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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 31 January 1878

Ev. gnie y laid a lett* Nnd 9I ~ for'e bln. The.old man Iny~ ipend looked at It and lnaan lo savage -as he notieod that the het read the letter wincb was a Tery cotrteous epistle from a. South man not yet reconstructed, who that, inasmueb is the United tes has se'oeeded to the assets of tht Cotifederates, he presumed there wo1 -,b no objection- to assuming iaiabiiliies, and closed by request th e1 Treasurer to cash the-note. &'linor Jilid the letter. .4wargentr nd leaning back in his chair be gan tothink it over afd gt mad - The-' proc6ls was Impid, and the-sup Gs,a 'illiant beyond precedent. . bl ely roared at the cool impudence f the lipter, and 'after discharging a AnIber of v igo-ous and far from' pi ous dentinciations at the Ied of the *x*reb, he turned to the clerk and *6Id, '1Tell the mati to go to--" ie dieidt cri6e accordingly re lId by' reneToslng the note, and stating that the power which be cd)4 led the Confedet,acv and its paper money inito existence having return% ...

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. — 7 February 1878

ht-t IdTD zTO XTSORALITYt DUCATION AND M TET NK PI KEN8, S. C., THURSDAY,FBUR 88 4 ~~~~ ~ i HN ')*'. * ~~ .VLISKED *VEa TIURSDAV H ~ 1D. F. BRADLEY-& 00. t& t Xear . . . , .,... . * . . .* .$1 60 %.dertal.og .t. . &isemenfs Inserted at tt4e rate of $1-00 of (9) nine lines. OR L3ss, for the *#6 W onrtiou, and.60 dents for each subsi .Gott~a,oa made for titsi, six or r**Lva -~*, ~ 19tht tiVrorable terms. ~4ettsneents not having the number of 6 rons'va.rked on them.,-l be published AMl and charged #oordingy. - 64 terms ate so simple. an'y child way Wtitd then. Nine lties Is a sq1iare tlaoh In every instance we ch'arge by : spa. occupied, as eight or ten lines can 06d to oooupy four or fve oquares, as the i~dretienw may wis, and is charged by -the Adoettisers will plesse state the num sr of squares they wish their advertisements Sam Business men who advertise to be benefittEd, . wl bear In mind that the 1UNTINEL has a large and Increasing cir-' tat.ion, and is. taken by the ...

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. — 7 February 1878

'e~tJR~ orespondenoe. A, S. 0., Feb. 1, 1878. inef: The:bill to organize U"rOity.oreated the hot,%, dbate that bas been bad on any a ib t yet troughtup In th Legis . Aftor several days spent in 11il., 111 passed, and was sent >& .0ig'Senate, wbere n doubt it will also ,Ras aud Rcome a law. The no 1 y,for estsa>lishing this institution A part14ular time, is not apparent ~ In the up country we have Walhalla, and Newberry es, ald the Furman Univern fr the e'ducation of males, while fut a are Willhtmaston, Due West and Oyth4w6od olleges for the educa. V 4r be females. Tbese institu.. tArish ample opportunities for Shintelletual and moral training of Ohe youths of the up country, while hbe lr.couitry could have patron.. .9d them,.and the. Colleges in Char. ,I$Qn and Columbia as,. cheaply as troy can the University, when es-. i"ablished, notwithstanding the free tuition given to one student from each county. But it is urged by the ad.. 1ooates of the bill, and I must admit with ...

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. — 7 February 1878

6,01p11nj at 60. 61"V06 wo escape eAS,Wasreca tured eri 8 ao,nar ne o 0 'c1quk Uast Tuemd.y 08 eIs now ocou py11i her n'ddrs' was itried on last day F'r -mli4to toempass king1his rop f'rom thepana . , rguson, botore -a d , ". .nd;k.-Tmetflement PL-JHe w,,s ni11ty and sentenmed to pay a 'fte dollars and 0e costs or go tqWifor ten days. 1* went to jail. dW. ni, h't. ,Aoult, day-liah)t on the foiNg morning a cold, .e rot"Z1119 r) f ia and soon sheet,ed the,arth ad fsooned the forrest wi'an icy naigOn -Th.ursday, a flit' snow' fe 'i. 'e now 'uve, feirully y streets.i . e-the Green Vindd street$? (BmmrxxACADF0MY.-vee advertise - nent,in -this oissue, or; Prot D. G Humbertpfincipal of the Ette7'Ac-al. de Married at Eusley, by T. W. Rus -Es. n th' '2It3 ulimo, aR. TAxeid"FEoUlo N to * st WILLI Married, on Sdasday wast, by Rev. V. B Sin lefon, at cth rlesidence br-id'O,.MdPLISHA ALEIXANDER t.0 MRS EA1ZTn'U ROPER, both Ot Pickens. Mayi8ed,a' a e residence ito the bride's brother, in thetwn o...

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. — 7 February 1878

44 uiwe astbeen .6*44t8isat tooe *oYAl Westwlinter, which .1 o Uo tmteresing to the .-bic, aid pwoliarly so to S.One is an exhibition of roadinary power which a Aby6sinian stake charmer as over reptiles of the boa 0*btor clage. We had an oppor yesterday of witnessing this rfmance, which is unqestion 'c'Jaly of a most singular and aston "-*_i!j character. The snake charm .q of Snalla differs in some respects ormn that of the Indian 6nake cbarm re*h o,were brought to Europe by ;r DG n. In the latter case the *6eomtrous cobra was shown to be *gpable-Of control; but in the pres ant 1nstance the serpents belong to the non-venomous class, which kill their' prey by com pression. 3nalla has brought with her three small anacondas and a boa constric tort'and Mr. Farini, to whose enter% yUprid. wo owe this remarkable exhi bition; has added a splendid.pytlon fromn the southwest coast of Africa. ftiella is spparently about twenty eight or thirty years of age, of a light brown color, with somewha...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 February 1878

-A \ e . U ke. e A b' ~~~ ~~DBVOT=UI TO POLITICS, MORALlTyl EDUCATION N WTEGNRLITRS FTECUTY - PICKIENS, S. 0., THURSDA,FBU R 1,18. -Ir --A a S1NTINEL MID ZaY -TURSDAY. .BADLEY 4 CO. -,of subserIption. . $150 ., 75 *vertising Rates. Isements inserted at the rate of $1 00 O ,'of (9) nine lines, oR LESS, for the t tLon, and 60 cents for each subse td ,ion. .made for THaU, six or TWXLVE nfatwble'terms. semente not having the number of ,0,marked e them, will be published tabid,ond charged sccorlingly. =,-o Is aso simple any child may 141 them. Nine lines is a square -01., a I, every instance we chargf4 by s90 occupied, as eight or ten lines can jdo,to ocoupy four or five squares, as the ,mAyish, *nd is charged by the Adytrisels wil please state the num qares they .wish their advertisements ' Bqiness' men who advertise to be nettd will bear in mind that the T e4INIA1 hs a large and increasing cir oaton,and Is taken by the very class of . atsobs whose trade-they desire. Navada's Wonderful ...

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 February 1878

3 h $51Y. Editor. Q9Nm 0o. H., 8. C.: sday, February 14, 1878. *ditoria Correspondence. foMXA, S. C., Fob. 8, 1878. r Sentinel: The commission to fbvestigato the indebtedriess of the tato, elected at the last session of -the General Assembly, bave at last sUbmitted their long looked for report. T'go into a a detailed statement of the facts concerning the 'bonded in debtedness of the State, as presented by the commission, would require too much space for one letter, and I must content myself by giving you the gen etal result. The amount of bonds, stock and unpaid interest, authorized to be funded and scaled 50 per cent., Vnder the provisions of what is known asthe funding act, is $11,508,838.41. OQ this amount theie has surrendered and oonsolidated $8,*192,779.00, leaving a balance outstanding, or unfunded, of *2,716,059.41. Of the $8,792,779.00 the commission put down as good $4,787,852, or one half this amount, (sealed,) $2,368,926; bad or fraudulent 64,054,927, or half, 62,027,463...

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 February 1878

4ist oburab, 14w. A. Wrfalk"r, Wa ~* ~t bstb in each maonthr wd 4% #0I*k th in esh afonth at 101 o'oook b. W1. PAIgh MoLees, Pfebyteriai. (89onUg) -o hymepeals this week. Every% m natrled last we4k. easole are raging in the upper of odr County. b haven't bad a jury Court in two w I I have a heavy criminal psext tet m of.Court. kti'. F. Kennemore killed a mad dog, within a few miles of town, one -day aht week. Mr. Robert and Wm. Hunt killed swven of their hounds last week. They bad been bitten by a mad dog. "Uncle George" says, he is over for%y years old, and has no children. ae cant understand how it is he owes for.tuition. Consider your shelterless cattle du ring the inclement weather. The honest man-one who pays for his paper. -Miss Dickinson has a flourishing school at this place. 8ome people enter tain the idea that -newspaper can be sustained without mobey. l'ts a mistake. () "devil" says the weather. as conpared with that of the regions below, ain't worth a cent. Ten prisoners...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 February 1878

p b t tufa bed, "i1 ajts &h'oy We M ihouss of years ~ wrU5 say, fior thye sI0dated on. Uar I ash or eIWer; It Is - eprd la. artity'a - rait. It is gray It1a' n strueture.. 04u imbedded. in globes of bomb. w9naed ia the itrata, n he.retaceous period; re. ioolineto the opinion, 0-"glacoal. Tho trees 411' "different levols--on north and south; at t northeast and southwest. 4 r 19 the trees must urrlid under eilty or a kri, A of lava; at the lowest, - v~tu red-feet. Thoir dip oon le' 1:o the dip of the tufa and is at (from thirty to forty five ke They are in fragments, 1081YA *hich have been converted aroil, others into lignite, and irUto beautiful specimens of jet. the heart of the tree had de V$bd,* the, cavity is filled with opal, 1 6f lustrous, unorystalized siIi < * ontaining water. Chalcedona, soother for!p of silicla, but clear and uond in other cavities. No as beon petrified, and only here 'ere a root. Many have Ghar d by lre. Some are broken after ctriUation had taken pl...

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 February 1878

- - ~ e ~ --- * -' low I IN 0 tw a' -' - - a ba=*.- -1 - I.. .' DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND 0 THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY . -. vot, PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21 1878. ... . II '.I " - '- - .9S. ... TH U SDN TI4E SENTINEL IS PU5LISIED EVERY THURSDAY BY D. F. BRADLEY & CO. Ternas of Subseription. One Year . . . . . . . ....... $1 60 Sik Montlys ............ 75 A'dvertisinkg Rates. Advertisementsinserted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of (9) nine lines, oR LES, for the first insertion, and 60 cents for each subse quent insei Lion. . Contracts made for TUUM, six or TWELVE months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of insertions morked on them, will be published 2. until forbid and charged i1ccordingly. These terms are so simple any child may understand them. Nine lines is a square one inch. In every inetance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four Dr five squayes, as the aAvertiser ma...

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. — 21 February 1878

TH SENTINEL, is PURNSUND ZVRT THURSDAY. D. 1. BRADI4EY. Etr. 910KEN5 U., 1., S. C.: Thursday, February 21, 1878. Air Line Rafiroad. Tho.bonds of this County, in aid of the constrution of the Air Line Rail road, were voted and issued under the impression that the track and all other property of the Ro$d would be taxed under the laws of the State, and would, thereby, contribute largely to. wards the payment &t the interest on the bonds. After the bonds had been Issued, the State called upon the Road for its 4axes, and it refused to pay, claiming exemption under its charter for a period of thirty-six years. The Case went before- Judge Bond and he decided in favor of the Railrmad. The State appealed to the Spreme Court of the United States, ard there the case has been pending ever since. It is the opinion of well informed law years that the State will gain the suit, and the'Road will beompelled to pay its.taxes. The Supreme Court in some Railroad case has alroady do.. cided that whe...

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. — 21 February 1878

hr Diretory. Wthodst cbProb, ROT* A.'W. W*lk*r0,P&stor. lat Sabbath In each-vonth at 4 o'elook p. m. 2d Ofbbath in each! oyathlat 101 o'clock a. M1 Vol., . " .Rev. gugh Wa'aee,'Preabititisf, (Becona) St lftbbath In each month, at 11 o'clock 'm. B3ring in your chickens. Advertise in TiE BENTINEI. Garden reedslor sale at McFall's. The days 'are longhthening. O It Is time ;o commence. gardening. Who.will pave thle best garden this year. b ;f Wo have heard nothing ofmad dogs this week. .Are they atll dead The back mountains are still white wBith inow.u .V Seetise in advertisement of J. T. Gossett & Co. Sheriff Mauldin has ten up-atairs boarders. Thet Legialaturo has at last elected Judges. IL is hoped we will have a courtL this term. Our people are in a muddle. They 0don't know wat to do ab>out the rail,. road tax. Mr. J. H. Newton of Central, says he was not bit by a mad dog. He don't believe in mad dogs. and tlls te timerous not to be frig t itned. REICIINIED.-W. it. Berri,...

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. — 21 February 1878

1. p ( igie OorrosjGudenbe '1 WASUTNGTON, Feb. 15, 1878. 6I.01Mfict over le slver bill in I ie Senale-etiW cuttinges,,sud has its -2Klliar lea'ures. Tbe qucestion i aliance, as Re (1<14f4ae iand - 'Deilincrats Otand qiodr to sioulder on .either side, fspsbsing dr favoring the niQAsPe. Ft om every section ot' the country 11 11ign109fre to,00,Of,a\o,.i car ades of opinion, advocating a silver 00inmgd. - Ne% York, Phila pai, 20ustop atid Baltinoreb a're tbe,geea an 11ti-'OllveE "Jattpilecs, vhlichl, seiid vibraliysg. through their Com. WeEaavptiires a piioppositio that,pe.ks,to defeat the proposition. New Fngland,. that was oupposed to be as firm Is W Pismonth R,ck itselt ag111lis emsistie4yel has brole'n rainks, ad the g.ld idol lie' brokon. in the-lDuso of its ff-iends. Tle contc4t te -tge o'ver tie p riirci, 51's of' a bi-inetallic cirency ratheir than- the size and weight of the silver d .liar. ,-great victry ivfll*be won i k a iet.lhdrla < 1425 grain8, more ot less, shall be...

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. — 28 February 1878

- -- e - - - -*V- * 4A.. ,-- * - DOOT ro POLITiCs, )ORALITY, IDUCATION AND '0 THE GEERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY PIK N - VOL. VIL- PtOKEN8, S Os, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28 187. NO2 SENTINEL IS UBLTSUED EVEaY THURSDAY iY D. F. BRADLEY & 00. Ter$*s of RabsecIgaton. One Year ........... . .. $1 60 S.I8 [ojths..... 7 Avertistg Rates. Advertiqements Inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of (9) nine lipes, OR LESs, for the Ugt insertion, and 60 cents for each subse bu6t inset tion. -Contraets m%de for TnaMn, six or TWZLVE mouths, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number lf p Insertdons morked on them, will be published untI forbid and charged t1ccordingly. 1 These terms are so simple any child may understand them. Nine lines it a square oneinh. In every instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can bi made to occupy four or five squares, as the - advrtiser may wish, and is charged by the spa;ce. 'AWb Advertisers will please state the nupn ber of s...

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. — 28 February 1878

THE SENTINEI Is PUBLISHE, E9ER 1T RSDAY. ,2F. BZDLFEh 4ttor.V IC NS U.''"t., S.~C: 0 Thursdav. February 28, 1878 Editorial Correspondence. CtlUlmA, S. C., Fob. 22, 1878. SDear Sentinel: For the last week nol much logislation of a generol charne ter has takon place, nearly all th< bills disposed of relating only to af, fairs in different counties. The bill introduced by myself to repeal Sec tion 2 of an Act relating to the pur obase of Railroads, &c., and by which it has been claimed the Air Line Rtail road would be exempt from taxation, has passed its second reading in the House without opposition. The bill - was publishod in your last issue, and provides that after its 'passage the Road shall be liable to taxation. The consideration of the report o the bond commission has been post, poned until Tuesday next, at which time it will be taken up and discussed without intermission until disposed of. Mr. Memmingcr, of Charleston, has Introduced a joitit resolution confirm, ing the...

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. — 28 February 1878

W *AL 1EMS -Methodist church, Re*,, A., W. Walker,. Paotor. lst Sabbath In. eaeb gnvoa O4 ' 0'olook P. M. 2d Sabbath It-iadhInolath at 101 o'010ok a. M. ,ev Hugh MoLees, Presbyterian,s8ooa til'bbbsith In epobl;nonth, at 11 o'elooka.. 8oo chdnge inadvertl"ement of d2isrs. HRagood, Alexander &Co. The reply of Dr. W. T. Field to the alticle of ]Rev. Hugh MoLee, crowd. "d out .pf this issue. It will appear in our neAt. T'he. ring of tho' carpenter's hammer can b9o'eard on all sides. .Improving and - leairing the damage done by - thle storm. -WP acknowledge receipt of invi,a, tion to atAend 6,e anniversary cele. *bration of the Carolina Litorary 80, O ety, Adger College (at Walhalla) on t . he eveninig of Mar ch 8t,b. We return thank to Mepars. Ha, good, Alexanider & Co. for Buista, Al mana For 18"78. It iontains a list of thle best garden seeds anid how to S nt thoe.m. Miarried, on the 20th instant, at Slub Town. S.- C., by Rev. H. A. Rich.. ey,' Mr. WIofS .W T,LER lO Miss RooAN...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 February 1878

Blaster and Buckwheats.. Ivgmsport is a modern city pros Vided with gas, water works, a Qhriel tion AqeocIatlpn, seven titerarey clubs, Iinnlmerable railroads, etaterprisitig merchants, skillful physicians, an abuidiice't newspapers, and hdw yerge%onogh tositipply a city of two hundred thousand inlitibitaits. Ev ery one is busy except the physi Ciane .and attorneys. One of tOe latter divides his time bet Ween cli, ents aid the kitchen, giving the greater portion to the kitchen. He has been experimenting in domestic economy for the past year, and the result- has demonstrated that one.1 man cannot successtilly mianage the law and the laumdry. While his good wite has been teaching the children how to die, he Ie been tryirg to teach the whole family how to- live. He gathered up the bills of fare at the Murdck hotel, and in that lien of regular meals, read them to his wife and children. When this failed to satisfy their ap petite, he ted them bountifnlly on past recotlec'ions; but the ch...

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. — 7 March 1878

-I 4 -4- - . - 1 - DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ?ORALiTY, EDUCATION AND ?0 THE GEN RAL INTJ EST QF TflE COUNTRY. WIL. VIL PICI{ENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1878. - NO.2 T E 'THIEVES' dARIVAL. AN ABW4DING C4TALOGUE OF T1H XODDER1E8 UNDER CARPET-RULE IN BOUTH CAROLgNA. TH9 WHOLE STATE GOVEliNMENT FED, IOURD, CO1OTUEP INTOXICATED A,D REDVCED TO CIV.ILIZATION AT STATE EXPENSE. Tb joint' committee appointed utnders concurrent resolution of the General Assembly, at -the. special seAsion of 1877, "to ascertain Whetber any improper or illegal use has been made 4f: the public funds or credit of :the State," beg leavo to report u.pon uch special 8ubjects of inves tigation as they deem comnplete, fand to make eupplcimentary repor ts' from tivne to timb upoin i.he :reiidue -of the matters before them,.71ntil fle en tire evidjnce ando conclusions are reported. The committe respectfully invite attention to the evidence und vonch ei's submitted witi this report,.nder the head of ouyplies. The abuses lav...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 March 1878

fRYiEVEP'CARNIVAL. over -the South Carolina Bank and Trust Company were furnished also, and were occupied by. Senator Y. J. P. Ow*ns, T. Hurley and W. I. Gard I ner, and that he also furnished Speak oir Le's rooms and other private rooms A the boarding. houses of mein bers with fine carpets, stoves and other furniture, and that they were Wdaimed as committee rogms. le - aya: "I cannot undertake to explain the actounts of Mr. Berry, I know that large quantities of furniture wore furnished by him every session, and that soon as the General Assembly adjourned it disappeared, and I was eompelled, under' the order of the 8peaker, or some committee chair.. man, to refurnish all the 'rooms as soon ab the Legilature met." "These rooms," he add, "were outside of the capitol buildings, and ho believes the furniture was stolen by those who had charge of it." W. k. Greenfield testifies that the rooms he rented were newly, thor. 6ughly and in some instances most extravagantly furnished every fah...

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. — 7 March 1878

LCAL ITEMS. -Munh Dirotory. we@this church, Re.v, A. W. Walker, Pastor. lot Sabbathin each month at 4,o'clock p. m. 24-Sabbath in ea"h month At 10i o'clock a. m. Rev. Hugh MoLees, Presberlan, (8eco,na) 24 Babbath in *act month, at 11 o'clock a. m. Secoa Baptist 0burch,:Rev..W B. Single to, Pastor 1st Sabbath and Saturday before ta &swk monthit 11 o'tock a. J. Egge are selling at 8 cents per doz, Our council should have horse J raki put up on Main street. The vpnicipal election comes off next m nth. Our Solons in Columbia are still hammering away on the bond ques e r. B. F. Lesley had a very fine cow to die the other day. -i We return thanks to the "Piedmont Literary Society," of Adger College, Walhalla, S. C., for an invitation to attend their anniversary celebration on 15th instant., Very few people were in attend ance on last saleday. This is a good sign. Our citizens are "making hay while the sun shines." Mr. F. C. Parson, of' Eusloy town ship, killed a mud dog one day last w...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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