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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 December 1875

! I i ...gTn.i.... ? .Mginr. ^ A NAKROW ESCAPE, In a small, poorly furnished room, in a littln rotfrnrn Kifnufpd on tlio outskirts of tho flourishing town of G , a young girl eat sowing for daily bread. She was very young? ftdt twenty? and alio was literally tjdouo >n,iho world. Father, mother, brothers and sisters and had all precoded her in tho universal pathway to heaven, and if sho had relatives moro distant sho know nothing of thai? existence. Sho had been born fh tiffi iionnn v nnrtnrod_ r>nvp. fully educated, and when sbo was not quite uinotccn had loot, with her father, evorv dollar of property she 1^'ad over hoped to claim by inherit tance. Tho day was chilly, one of October's clear, cold ihiV9 that hint ofi * * r opining winter, and tho busy iicecllo j woman was wrapped in a 6oft white'! B^awl, that Boltcnod tho effect of tho Wavy black dross eho wore. fthe! was palo from recont illness, hut there fitted over her worn facc now, and a smile that whispered of sonic hop...

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. — 9 December 1875

THE PICKENS SENTINEL. DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. VOL. V. ElC&ENS, S. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1875. NO. 15. _ _ ?i ? Proposed Amendments* Son a tor Cochran, of Anderson, has writton a lotlor in which ho proposes certain amendments, ol wlrch the following is a brief outlino. 1. Fix constitutionally tho public debt as is now fixed by legislative enactment. 2. ltosist tho powora of tho logisla luro ior lovying taxes aiul making appropriations. Itoquiro such to bo Bpocific and not to oxcoed a given amount for any fiscal year. 8. Mako the logislativo sessions bionnial, and change tho day of meeting to tho second Tuesday in January. Make tho pay of legislators 8800 for a eossion of thirty days, 8700 for forty days, SGOO for sixty days, and $500 for a longor timo. 4. llcstrict tho tho courts to two terms for each county, annually, res sorving to tho judgos tho right to call special tonus for session business only. Also provido ...

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. — 9 December 1875

**- - - -Li THE SENTINEL. S. f. BRADLEY. Editor mi Proumlor, ? -- ? ?~? Terms of Subscription. One Year $1 50 Sis Mouths 76 Advertising Kates. Advertisements inserted tit the rate of $1 00 Jot p<jtiirc, jbf ;.(9) nine lines, or lkss, for the ra< muortion, and GO cents for each subsequent inseition. Confflfote trtado for thukk, six or twelve mouths, ou favorable torus. Advertisements not having tho number ot 1. ...1 .1 --Ml 1. LI- < . .^ui.ivj.o uiumcu uu UIUIII, Will Ot! pUOllSIlOU I ntil forbid and charged accordingly. These terms arc so simple any child may understand them. Nine lines is a square? one inch. In every instance we churge by the spuoe occupied, as eight or ten linos can j be madfc to occupy four or fivo squares, aa the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the spuoe. itoj" Advertisers will please state the number of squares they wish their advertisements o make. Business men who advertise to be benefitted, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL has a largo and ...

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. — 9 December 1875

lOCAL "ITEMS. There will bo preaching hereafter at Griffin church on the second Sunday, instead of tho first. The plan of Pickens Mission for 1876. will be as follows: Mt. Bet hoi, tlio 1st Sunday in cncli month at 11 o'clock A. M.; Porntts Chapel, let Sunday in each month, at 8 o'clock P. M.; Twolvo Mile, 2nd Sunday in each month, at 10| o'clock, A. M.; Hopewell, 2nd Sunday in cach month at 3 o'clock. P. M.t Porter's Chapel, 3d Sunday in oach mcnth at 11 o'clock, A. M.; Glt).68oy Mountain 3d Sunday in oach month at 3 o'clock P. M.; Snlom, 4th Sunday in oach month at 11 o'clock A. M. Mr. E. 11. Grifiin, whoso hand had been torn in iiis gin on tho 23d nit., and whose arm was subsequently am putated, died on tho 3d inst., His death lias cast a deep melancholy over, not only hid immediate friends and relatives, but tho entire community, becauso of the many and peculiar circumstances attending his death. lie has lett a wife and three vnimrr nnrl Infnpnistinf* r> li i 1i1 mm nii/1 JVH...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 December 1875

WL'U.""; - "V"11' '^? How Jones Got Barrclld Up Mr. Jones sot on an empty barrel standing in trout of a store on, Miolii- ,f gan Avonuo and remarked thai ? was cheaper to loso $2 wortb of time t waiting for tho car than to foot it t nine blocks. Mr. Jones is long and c loan, and weighs 1G0 pounds. The < barrel ongbt to hold up two jiiBt' fifce I liiin, but as ho wriggled around to I secure an easy position, tho head full i in. M i*. .Tnhnn full in nffpv tlin lipnfl It wasn't tho best tiling ho could do, but notirao was loft him to plan and ) ondor. Tho first thing he know alter tho crash, was linding his feot and ankles over one side, and liis shoulders and head wedged against tho opposite. His head was bent forward until his nock was neatly broken, liis legs seemed to liavo boon driven up and lie was right where the boys wanted him. IIo yelled out in smothered tones, and an uged lady who keeps an intelligence office uear tho scene of tho accident Jookod down from her window, and...

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. — 16 December 1875

THE PICKENS SENTINEL. 1 ^ r ' r'1 n'^n-, |riil > ** I i j= ' " ' ' lli1 '* '' * ' ' .i'lMi r,.|ij n -1,,.i ,,! > i.> j .t .' . .,' . . . Diovqx^a TO POLITICS, MOKAL1TY, KDtrCA'ftaN A#D TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. i ?v- ' ' :r- .? . i . . . : . VOL. V. PIC CBN8, S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER TO 1875. NO. J6' - 1 ' ' ' ' - - ' ' * * v>> ' ? ' r- new advertisements. I ? ... 1'^^pomestic SEWING (f 1911] machines. woti-Jw Liberal Terms of ExO/ A^onffArA?On/.AnJ.l,nMJ ay1**1 CX wovwuu iiituu ^Machines of every des; cription. -V DOMESTIC" PAPER FASHIONS. The Beat Patterns made. Send Seta, for Catalogue. Addroos DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO. A0BN*8 ffmio. -M_? NEW VOllIC. (ft 1 Q a day at home. Agents wanted. OutJL/0 fit and terms free. True & Co., Augusta, Maine. i:; SHUN DRUG POISONS[MEDICINE RENDERED USELESS. ' Volta'N Elcdro Ileitis and i Isaiius ate indorsed by tho most eminent physicians in tho world fqr tho euro of rheumatism, ' neuralgia, liver Complaint, dy...

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. — 16 December 1875

THE SENTINEL, * i ,i Li I D, F. IMLEYx Editor and Procriotor. lOLi of MulMorlpUoii. Ono Year $1 50 Six Months 76 Advertising Kates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of(9) nine linos, oh j,ks?, for the first iiiHOrtion, ami 60 cents l'oi* each subsequent insoiiion. Contracts made for tuuei:, six or twblvk months, on favorablo terms. Advertisements not having tho number of insertions rnorked on them, will be published i _i i uw<? luimu nun unurgoa iicooruingiy. These terms arc so simple fttiy child nmy understand Hwfftr " Nin?. lines I9 a square? oaft Vhch, In ovory instance wo clmrgc by I tho spaco occupied, as eight or ten lines can | bo niado to oceupy four or five oquares, as tlic 1 advortiacr may wish, and is chargcd by the ' space. Advertisers will l-lense state the num- I ber of squares they wish their advertisements o make. fifcgT Rusiness men who advertise to be benefitted, will bear in miinl iliat the SENTINEL has a large and increasing circulation...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 December 1875

Ucnjmiiiii Griffin, T. J, C., 26 | James K Kirksey, 76 O W Dorm, 76 S K Cannon, 3 20 8 201 1 no John A HigglnB, ^ 'g0 Aloxonder RoWtto#, u gy Melinda Graham, - ?0 , Eli.a Graham, 8 a0 ClarUa* MahMll, 1 fto Ira T. Roper, 2 William Edens, * "Q ThoWMRPflce, 2W 1 A<?.von Blftsningame. g ay Zion MoKcdiI?) ^ M J Heed, ? nn Edmond M*ttlO| Total, L_J_ 412 G6|?U CO I Fast Indebtedneftft of 1873, as ] to a m B OF olaiMaKt. AKotfHf OK CLaIiI. J a FerfeuSort, $ 10 00 John H Gossett, 25 00 J 11 Haghey, 37 r,0 L S Brascalo, 47 60 W J Ilunnicalt, 25 00 C L Hollingsworth, 7 00 Dr S W Cla>ton, * 33 00 6 00 Friddle & Bonham, 26 00 Ilagood & Alexander, C'J 76 J K Hngood, 29 60 T 0 Hawkins, 5 26 Laura and Henry Bake?, _ 3 00 Alonzo SI Folger. 638 14 G M Linch, 26 00 J W Brown, 13 00 J W Southcrland, 40 00 Green Stephens, ?6 00 J Riley Ferguson, Shefiff, 32 36 G It Burgess, lGtiO J T Burdine, 104 76 llobcrt A Bowen, 47 25 James D Gasaway, 8 00 Irvine II Philpoti 6 00 J 11 Holcombe, 18 00 J...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 December 1875

NKW vVI)Vl-UiTISKMKNTS. if li 11 Mi j i New PkicEs! ; HAYING FORMED A PARTNER ' SHIP IN THE MERCANTljE BUSINESS, AND | i ,0 PEN ED IN 1 < ' , . -* * T II E MASONIC HA.LL AT PICKENS COURT HOTOE ' WE HAVE IN STORE AND TO avrivo r\ largo and'woll PcYcfftott clock of ! am ~ GROCERIES, 11ATS AND CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES. For which wo ofTor for d.nlo not only chonp, but oxtro.ncly low down lor f % " 4 CASH OR BARTER iv. > Wo reapootfully invito our friends nt-k/i 1 . .. . itiiu vnu ^/nuiiu in gonenn 10 ci 11 ana ** 4 oxamino our stock when they como.to town, bofore purolinsing felsowhcro. Kespccllully, *" .BKOWN .& HENOIttOKS. Nov 18, JJ&TJi. ^ J2 : "Sow Stora! lew*.M! .. u at iW|i% ^wllHU * I j I, r - ?*, * ? . ?i-?tnv , ;4r ~~ t 1 * ai J" 1 rjlHE ^pdersigned would l-cspoct^Dy in ? _x. lorm the citizens of Kasley Station anil surrol'mfling country, that Tie lias jus} returned from ifauvkct, with a lofof NEW ; GOODS, i ? Consisting of LADIES' DllESS GOODS, Jenns, Shirting, l'la...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 December 1875

THE PICKENS SENTINEL. ' DBVOTiD TO1 PDIilties, kOBlMUlt, tetfrcJOTIOwlAKI) TO THK UKNEltAI.INHiliEST OF TUB COUNTRY. VOL. V. PICKENS, S. C? THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1875. NO. IT' From tho Albany Argus. Message of the PresidentThe seventh annual message of President Grant is in eevoral respects n i?AmovVnl?ln ?1 Ann mnnf Tf Mr ? VI1KH V4VUUIIIVI1VI JL v Blaines Blaine with regard to tho school question. It talks Spanish sweetly concerning Cuba. A large standing army is suggested, in tho startling information that tho inili? tnrv forno of tho f?ovf>rnmont is in j D adequate to protect Americans from marauding Mexicans. Having tolorated tho "licensed immorality" of polygamy and imported Chinese women, tho President is suddenly reminded that tho Republican party might as well carry forward the reform with regard thereto which ii jiiuimeuu utriui u it \jhiiiu iniu |iuwor, and lias ever sinco neglected, as its habit is. In tlio samo spirit, his friende in Congress are urged to do somethi...

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. — 23 December 1875

THE SENTINEL. D, f. I&ULSY. Editor and Piosrielor. Terms of Subscription. One Year ... $1 60 Six Months . . . 75 Advertising Kates. Adtettisemcnts inserted at the rate of $1 00 pef square, of (9) nine lines, or i.ksa, for the first insertion, and 60 cents for each subsequent insertion. . Contracts made for tiiup.k, stx or twbi.ve months, on favorablo tortus. Advertisements not having (tic number of insertions marked on them, will bo published 5?' until forbid and chargcd accordingly. These terms aro so simple any child may understand (hem. Nine lines is a squareone inch. In every Instance wo chargc by the spaco occupied, as eight or tcu lines can be mado to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the Bpuoe. Staff" Advertisers will {.lease state the number of qtuvros they wish their advertisements o make. Business men who advertise to be benefitted, will hear iu miiul that the SENTINEL Jias a largo and increasing cirnillfll inn nnrl !a Inknn l,v...

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. — 23 December 1875

LOCAL ITEMS. Iter. Hugh MoLeos will preach (D. Y.) on lat Sabbath in January 1870 . Last Friday was tho coldest day wo have experienced for many years. ' Mr. Jackson Stewart, died suddonly at his residonco tlio othor day. Wo havo not hoard Iho verdict of tho jury of inquest, Wo aro glad to learn tlmt Dr. Earlo is convalescing,after his foarful illness. Ho is thought to bo out of dnngor. Bio Suovr at MoFalls.?Go and peo his Christmas Tricks, for old and young. Make hasto before they aro all gono, for tbey aro going liko hot cakes. At a mooting of tho Twelvo Milo rJvftnrrn hold on t.ho 10th inst ihn following officers?woro clccled tor tho ensuing year. John T. Lowis, "W. M. Warron Boyd, O. J. K. Kirksy, L. W. D. Edons, S. M. D. Cantrol, A. S. H. M. Singloton, Chap. . S. P. Ilinton, Trcas. W T? Pricn Sap. J. P. Perritt, G, K. Mrs E. E. Lewis. Coros. Mrs A. C. Baker, Pomona. Miss Addio Lowis, Flora. MiBS M. E. Edens, L. A. S. 1 We Must All Die.?This is a sad faot, and it behooves us 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. — 23 December 1875

The Little Bonanza tfrn ^bm 16 rSdrtta fWMtiJ*" mont of cortaih 'indWfttfo&s of tho was ngaty frojffta committee oisAVayft.ttl)tl M?^ua. . jfc^tv tttto 1 Mm* -tte? *>r ?' mill for ctfth ?l 1&T5, i4*i*WP Waymefifc oiou^f^K^imWS^ Thoao claims aro'fts foliotos: ' *< J*?-u mt if:j. Ettov^o4HS8BftfeSfe?2l. 8hro wabarry, qptk, , Ijpwi^ QACift; jioHdl*' * 'i^NMO' A. O. Jones, . . jj^rtifio^te, ***' -o<Mv<u .mmi9601 Greon Smith, tfuo bill 200 00 15. M. JBrayton, clork Mi ... . 360 Q9. S. J, 5^m?Holdf cloi k # 300 00 A. Harris^ clerk ??.. a ' "t 1'20 00 J& N&ab, sohdltbt 300 00 T? fim.ll nn A > UlliHIl) JJUI IUA HU UU (i. ShrowBborry, attnchco 185 00 B. A. Sisson 1,500 00 D. Harris, chaplain 880 00 J. L. West, comrailteo clcrk 500 00 T. S. Cavonder, comraittco clerk 1,000 00 S. J. Leo, solicitor 1,000 00 Thomas Hamilton, lot of pay cortifieatoa 1,595 70 Itdbert Bmalls, duo bill 250 00 jixaray ooiomon 20,117 00 N. E. Edwards, school claim 722 00 E. M, Jonos, cor...

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 January 1876

THE PICKENS SENTINEL? DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OP TIIE COUNTRY. 1 ' A L ?. . ....... I, L ? . _ _ ^ fcsmvMk VOL. Y. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1876. NO^S 1 " From tlio Nowb and Courier. Governor ChamberlainVIEWS ON THK WillPPKR?MOSES INFAMY. Columbia, Sunday, Docombor 19.? * Upon my arrival hero to day I sought an intorviow with Governor Chamberlain, and now givo you an oxact report of what passed. Question?Ofoourso you aro awaro? Governor, of tho result of the judicial election. Did you oxpoct that election to tako placo on Thursday last? * Answer?I did not, ftnd I had tho best reasons for not expecting it. On Tuosday, when tho Sonato passed tho concurrent resolution to hold tho olcction on Thursday, 1 spoko to both my Itopubliean and Conaorvativo frionds, tolling them that I had a very important engagement in Grocnvillo on tho ovoning of Thursday, which I was the raoro anxious to kocp bonniiOA If i r* *tnl IV IUVWIVVVA \|UV WII...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 January 1876

THE SENTINEL. ft V fiH ART PV PdJimt kh4 TSiinwmstati ? mmmumatt muihwi auu ivmnivm of Sit Script Ion, i T#ar . : . ?1 GO Moath* 75 AdYcrthing Rates. Advertisements inserted at (he rale of $1 00 flMfiqwra, of (0) nine lines, on ncss, for the ^ t insertion, and 60 cents for each subsefor m ?r flMkw, on flavorablo terms. Advertisements not having tho number of {ftWIttafce tasrkcd on them, will bo published ?Mll forbkl ?nd charged accordingly. fwe terms are so slmiile any child may ttfederatand then. Nine lines is a square? one Inch, In every instanoe we charge by ffetspaoe occupied, as eight or ten lines can WMade to oeoupy four or five squares, as the saveruticr may wisn, ana is cnargou dy mo tV Advertisers will please state (ho number of iquares they wish their advertisements 0 make. MP" Business men who advertise to bo b?Befitted, will hear in mind that the SENTINEL has a large and increasing circulation, and is taken by the very class of yvivuua n uuoc irnuu inuj uuouu. PICKENS C....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 January 1876

MMHBHUL 'JLL!?L_l_! -w /n a r *- <-Ni IAJUAJLi JLTJ&Mtt. Ifeft . ; . ? Those indebted to It. E. Holcombe & Son bad better go forward and settle and save costs. See their notice elsewhere. On Tuesday last a general move nrl Mplianon of itlac.eH tonic nlanA between Prof. Carlisle end Judge Phil pot. * A young lawyer of this town it to be made happy to night. Full particulars next week. e^e Taxes.?Tho County Treasurer oivei nntinn in tliia iuna that Iia will ? ? ? ?tt?nd certain places on certain dates for the collection of taxes. See notice and understand when he will be in yonr neighborhood. We call attention to notice of sale of the splendid stock of goods, belonging to tho estate ot E. II. Griffin, jr., by the administrators on the 20th inst. .Accident.? Wo regrot to !earn that Mr. Archibald McMahan, was painfully hurt at Easley Station one night during Christmas week. He was coming to the Station from Greenville, on the train, and attempted to jump off in front of the h...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 January 1876

? ?" ' " n* Which Breed is the Eeat- ? j ?cajr?ely a tnail is takea by ns from i! . _ A 4.1 < -1 . 1 * >? 1 IUQ J) Owl 0U1QQ CIliH uoes 11.06 COIIlUlI) , oA&*or moro inqtiftics similar to'tftV ( nbovo in taiior. Beginners nil over the country ask "What shall I commence with?" "What do you con aider fhfc best varieties?" "tlow shall I begin, with a choice of breeds?" &c. A> geuoral puswer to this sort of a. ffcuqiy can oujy 1)6/given in briof, . **1 I nu-wwi nr. "iwi - ? luasinjuau ap ilcvopcnaa largely upon what the amateur intends to do, what hifl facilities may bo, what his locafiou is, and whether ho purposes to breed as a fancier for the show rooms; as a farmer for marketings simply; for eg>^ producing mainly> or fur eggs and chickens in a general way. For the reproduction ot the largest quantities of ceres, the Leghorns, Spanish.' lioudans, and llamburgs may bo counted as tlio best. These varieties aro generally non-sitters, and during the milder portions...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 January 1876

1 __ DEVOTED T0 P?LITi08, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND 10 THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY ==l1 1 Y0L- V- PICKENS, S. c7 THURSDAY, JANUARY 13. lOTfi. THE MOSES "MASS MEETING " FAINT APPKOVING ECIIOICS OF THE JUDICIAI, INFAMY. Tlio "Grand mass mooting" of tlio 'Union Republican party," ut White Point Garden on Saturday, for the purpose of sustaining tlio action of the Legislature in the recent judical elections, was ft email aflair. It conl sisted chiefly of Custom llousc and Court II0U8Q officials and corrupt members of tlio Legislature, with a good sprinkling of old maumas ami street boys. Tho meeting was called for 12 M., but at this hour tlio ]>at~ tory was almost deserted, and the enthusiastic speakers, whoso propa ration fur. the occasion had been go, ing on for two or three days, were crestfallen at the idea of having to bottle up their rhetorict, or dso lot * it out on a few women and child i on. At 2 o'clork tho Battery presented tho Enmc appearance, and tho commit teo of a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 January 1876

? THE SENTINKI, D, F, BMIEY. Editor tad Proprietor. terms of Subscript ion. t)no Year $l?r>0 Six Months 7o Advertising States. Advertisements inserted at the rale of Si 00 per square, of (9) nine lines, ou i.kss, for the first insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Contrao'.s made for tiirke, six or twklvk iuumiiB, uu layornuio icrms. < Advertisements not having the number of insertions morked on tlicm, will be published until forbid and charged accordingly. Tboso terms nre so simple nny child may understand them. Nine lines is a square? ono inch. In every instance wo chargc by tho space occupied, 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. JDeiT" Advertisers will f lense state the number of squares they wish their advertisements o nmko. t&f Business men who advertise to be benefitted, will hear in mind that the SENTINEL tins a large nnd increasing circulation, and is taken liy t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 January 1876

LOCAL ITEMS. liev. W. 11. Ariail Iui8, probably, been assigned to this circuit a? junior preacher, by tbo Presiding Elder. Our Iligh School will opon nox( Monday uudor moie favorable cir~ ounistauoes than it has any session einco its establishment. The County Board of examiners met, at tho School Commissioners oflico, on lust Saturday and issued twenty threo certificates of qualification. Tho public school# opened on tho 1st Monday of tho presont month. ' Wo nail atf.nnfinn In (1m nrl!o.* i ment of Cnpt. J. \V. Gray, in tbis issno, offering for salo a valuable and dosirablo tract of land, lying in Ibis County, known as tbo Cruicksbank place. For quality, location, etc., seo advertisement. Tbo Rovenuo ofliccrs captured and lodgod in our County jail yesterday mnrninir lln-nn ? >? ? I--'1 1 v.itvv? IIIUII, uuo rtlillU IIIIU k two colorod, for illicit distilling. We call tlio attention of oar readers to 6ale of goods, by W.T. MeFall, Administrator. m ? Oar town marshal lias been tryi...

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