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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 August 1878

LOCAG 'L 'ethodist church, Rev. A. Walker, Pastor. lot Sabbath In each month at 4 o'clock p. m. 2d'8abbath in each month a 10 o'clock a. m. feoona Baptist Cburch,Rev. W. B. Single ton Pator, 1sLabbath and Saturday befo* in each month at 11 o'clock a. m. Rev. Hugh MoLees, at the Methodist Church In this place on 4th Sabbath at 11 O olook a.m Proceedings of Demobratio Club. PIOKENs S. 0., Aug. 18, 1874. Ptrsuant to adjournment, the Picks ens 0. U. Demberatio Clublmet this day. D. F Bradley, Prosidont, in the Obair. * The proceedings of thoJust niceting were read and confirmed. Maj. J. J. Lewis offered the follow ing prcamble and resolutions. which was unanimously adopted: WHEREAs, it is opmmonly reported that the colored voters of this County are laboring under the impression that any voter has a right to attach hinsoli tQ a Demooratic Club and voto in the pvimary election if he votes for a Democrat, but that it would not be bi'nding upon them to. vote for tho regular nominees of the ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 August 1878

t 4; m Dattorm o latforw and, lIAJptions after having carefully. n e tb Vlatform of lhe De %ocratio party ofSouth Carolina for &ir 1876i and the arions re.. tiops dhat ws's referred to them, s664 leave teWke the~.frlowing ie 'Porto We recommend as the Democratic platformof South Carolina in 1878, enanciations of the sathe principles, policies, and pledges, as were Con, tained in the platform of 1S76, wbfie is as follows, to wit: "The Demo dratic paery of South Carolina, in Convention assembled, announ.es the tullowing fks' ie platform of princi ples: We reiterate our acceptance in perfect good. faith of the Thir-. Oteenth, Fourteenth and Fitteenth amendments, to the Federal Consti tOtion, accepting and standing upon them; we turn from the settled and final past to the great, living and mo. Anentots issues of the present and the futnre. We reaffirm the platform of princi - p1les announced by the Natiunal Demo cratic party assembled at -St. Louis, and in accordance with the declar...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 November 1878

W.. -m THE. SENTINEL6 1- PURLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY D. F. BRADLEY.& CO. TERIRS: 1i For Subscription, $1 50 per an nUm, strictly in advance; for six months, 75 cents. 8i Advertisements in serted at One Dollar per square of one inch or less for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. 8&- Contracts made for three, six or twelve months, on reasonable tvrms. at-o Advertiscments not having the number of insertions marked on them, will be pubtishe(I until forbid and charg. ed accord ingly. aW Obituary .Notices exceeding five lines, libutes of Respect, Con munica tions of a personal char, cter, when ad missable, and Ana nauncements of Can didates will be charged for as adver tisemnents. 19y Aecessity compels us to adhere strictly to the requirements of cash pay, ments. PROFESSIONAL NOTICES. L. K. CLYDE ATTORNEY J- CO UNSELOR AT LA W, GREENVIL LE, S. C. Special attention given to collections April 4, 1878 30 6m A. 1.YTn, ( C. 1'. BAnR-RTT, 1. F. ANSL;. f ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 November 1878

- THE SENTINEL. D. F.BRADLEY. Editor. -VIOKENS 0. iI., 8. C.: 0 Thursday, Notember 28. 1878 ERRATA.-in our editorial oom.., ments, in our last issue, on the decis ion Of the Suprome Court on tho, Pioliens County Bonds, on the fif. toonth line the word "occurs" should read accrues. To Our Friends. Tboso of our subscribers liiving beyond the limits of' our County'who are in arrears must settle by the Ist of January, 1879, or their papots will be discontinued. WO hopo they ap, prociato our patient indulgonce so far. The SENTINEL is published at the low - price of $1.50 a year, and it is necess sary that every subscriber, both in and outside of the County sh,ould pay up pt'onply to enable us to continue the paper. To thoso who have como forward and paid up promptly, we return thanks. Dont Sell Your Homes. We hear somo' peoplo talk about, selling their lands to avoid paying the Railroad Tax. 'This is a mistake. Tho market valuo of the bonds is about fifty cents in the dollar, and the as ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 November 1878

'7 I F 9 ITEMS. Church Directory. Methodist church, Rev. A. W. Walker, Pastor. let Sabbath in each month at 4 o'clock p. m. 2d Sabbath in each month at 10i o'clock a. m. Secona Baptist Church,'Rev. W. B. Single ton Pastor,-lst Sabbath and Saturday before in each month at 11 o'clock a. m. Rev. Hugh McLees, at the Methodist Church in this place on 4th Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m Look out for chicken thieves. Several of our citizens are witnesses i nr' :1ntied- States Court now in esdsIorirat (olumbin. Everything is a rush at the Troans.. uror's office; and the Railroad tax receipts are what they arc after. EXCURSION - TO ATLANTA.-There will be arr excursion train run to At.. lanta for the benefit of Ruhamah Methodist Charch, to leave Liberty orl.)N4 4th December, at 5.22 a. m. a1 at 9.40 p. m. on the 7th. plat.i esf rm a distance will have suit able accommodations who come to Liberty the evening before to go on the excursion. Fare 62.00! The large piles of wood in front of doods and. g...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 November 1878

4 hange in Southern Farming. The farmers.of the South Atlantio and Gulf States must follow the ex ample of Kentucky, and pay mos e attention to raising fine stock, cows, horses, mules, sheep and hogs, and they must make tbeii home sapplies of meat and bread. The longer they stave off this policy the power they will become. But to carry out this system of farming successfully *e teed more mechanical talent among the farmers. Sheds, pens, barns, granartes, chicken houses, gates, pasture fences, souuke houses, dairies, cellars, good wells, cisterns, and nu merous conveniences of the kind are needed, that thestock, and crops, and products of the farmer's toil may be properly cared for. How few of the farmers of these States have sudh conveniences. It is useless to have fine stock, vr abundant mixed crops, unless they are protected as they should be. A good winter's supply of food should be provided for every animal and every living thing which the farmers conbider of any value. Every fa...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 September 1880

7- 4 41 P.IN , -8 C' TH RS.4-.-FM DT 3)EXA GLABK WHILTK~eY $ poine Ido not undersund 'T1 tkeek Wdisemble *by at tbe touob of someone's hand My Angers glow and tremble I Though thereos tothing to appal In eonerww's bonny eyes, Wbiashould they make mine shyly fall. 'Tis Something to surprise. When someone'. footsteps follow mine, * I wonder *hy they falter; Tie somethng I cannot here define. * mnOthing I wold not alter. so0meone', voice I would follow through, Death's Itaters, dark and cold, Nor heed their chill or somber hue, For love Would make me bold. And for the Pak9 of someone there, Heaven will brighter be, And sweater smues wil angels wer When sorneom smiles on me. RHL UMATICS. SY J. L. HIIERsEY. Uncle Ben in his younger days had the rheumatic orfuL Poor soul I it's a wonder how he lived through it all. You see,. when Ben was young he was an orful critter to skate. He'd skate for ever and the day afterwards. He sed he l9ved tha fun, but his father sed it was only to git red of...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 September 1880

LS JPA s 0. 13., s. 0.: 4wu SLIon annum, for six Abonthe, let to advance. Adver to Inspise& at one dollar per square.o Inch ge lesa for the frst inser io and ets for each subsequent in sertlon. discount made to merchants and other$ advertIsing for six months or by tho year. Obituar*l Notlees and Tributes of Respect oharged for as advertisements. AnnouniW*g Candidates five dollars, in advanoe. VATIONAL DEXO03ATI TImET. FOR PRESIDENT: WINFIELD 'SCOTT JIANCOCK' OF PEONRTYLVANIA. FOR VI(E-PR1CSIDENT: WILLIAM II. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. Presidential Electors. At -irge-Hon. John L.Manning Colonel Pirst, District-Gen. E. W. Motse. .Se col Dutrict-Hon. C. It. Simonton. Thir' /)istrict-J. S. Murray, Esq. .V-; ,i. District-Col. Cad. Jones. J# 0 itrict---on."G. W. Croft: 1Or State Ticket ''PoR GOVERNOR. JOHNSON IAGOOD, of Ba .'OR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 'OIN D. KENNEDY, of K9 FOR SECRETARY or STATE. Ro. R. M, SIMS, of York. VOR COMPTROLLER GENERA AMES C. COIT, of Che FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. ROY F....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 September 1880

abbath ue 8o.thP. a iwa $**=a Rev.OlisiL. k* 84 *~A . Bv.J. W. Daoded, 4t fbAh at aP. x. Prebytian-Rev. Hug;h McTees, at the M = is hburch, on 4 Bebbath at 11 ZVO- 5ema Church, 1ts. W. B. SingI ton Pator, Ust Sabbath *nd Saturday bd~w n esh month at 11 o'clock a. m. i*Abty Charah--Liberty Station-Rev W 13 in on, Pautor--erviles every 2d Sabbath arday before. dourt will probably continue all The new cotton crop seems to be finding Its way to market very rap idly. On young friend John I. Hollinga wortb leave& for Walhalla this wook to attend the Fall session of Adger Col, logo. - Result of Primary Election for Trial Justice in Central township: B. J. Johnston, 85 votes; B. S. Gaines, 68 votes; J. 11. Newton, 21 votes; Brown 2 votes. Jurors, litigants and witnesses are the only persons attending Court this week. Everybody else has business at homo.in ,teir cotton fields. Ofr youn friend J. Robbie ITagood leaves for Spartanburg this (Thurs day) morhing whore he goes to enter Wofford...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 September 1880

as'a. Ja. 4- 18 4.4 "". .been v*y slok over tWo year gave me A paot -u hey didot rah the worst part: Th Ion and heart would'fill up every nigh an distress me, and my throat was e r. Itomyofle wa Vee onl dqin u AMtil -tredIR03ipa I have taken two bottles. They hav< #ry a bhdeed. I fhal ~ewo more; by ft time I shll be WeL There was aiote atsick-flka hhrl who have seen how they help)64 me, and tb hem and aw oR and feelna a.tr aso valuabl -UDG. MNG. Bu Caix, Mich., Jan. 81, 188A I'ha used seven bottles of woy Bit rave cured me of a severe chronio difficulty of the kidneys and have da ple antegQt oj my system. WANEWO, Kwa"as. Dec. 8, 1879. I write to afgawu yio what great relief I got frona vidng your Hop Bitters. I was suft1ring from neuralgia and dyspep sia, and a few bottles have entirely oured me, and I am truly thankful for so good a medicine. MAE COOPn. CnAn BAYOU, Texas, Oct. 28, 1879. HOP Brm Co.: I have heretofore been bitterly opposed to any modicine not prescribed by a phy ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 October 1880

lie a 00 DEVOTED TO POLITICS, NROI&LiTY,9 EDUCATION AND To THE 6ENERLITRTOFHEOURY Bjr p*D F. BRADLEY &CO. PLUKENS, S, C, THU RSDAY. OCOE0,18 O.X-N.3 BONNET. AT AFLRED SAGR LAUORTEB. Twould have been better had we never met, For then no tantalizing memory Of summer hours that I enjoyed with thee Could haunt my winter days with vain regret. May I not hope thou wilt almost forget One person whom thou canst not quite forgive? But in my thought thy name may ever live, Like eve's bright star when sui- wf love ham set. Unto the worshipers who throng the pave Of marble through the grand cathedral steles, Music'@ sweet voice to all alike doth tell A charm for curing woe. Thus, by open grave My folly digged for love, thy pardoning smuilles, Warm love's cold lips I kissed for death's farewell JONE S' MISTAKE. "Heigho I" yawned Mr. Ellicott, the real-estate agent, as he looked out of the window at two old women, a market cart, and the postman. " Times are dull -fearfully dull I Never ha...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 October 1880

THE SMLTINEL. - P. BADLEY. Editor. PIOKENS 0. II., S. C.: TERSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1880. TER~MS: For subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six months, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per square of one inch or less for the first inser.. ion and fifty cents for each subsequent in sortiO4. Liberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by the year. Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respeot charged for as advertisements. Announoing Candidates five dollars, in advance. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TI0KET. FOR PRESIDENT: WINFIELD SCOTT IIANCOCK' OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICE PRE)8DENT: WILLIAM 11. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. Presidential Electors. At Large-Hlon. John L. Aianning Colonel Wrm. Elliott. First District-Gen. E. iV. Moimc. Second /hitrict-lion. C. II. Simonton. Third Ii.isict-J. S. Murray, Eiq. Fourth >i.strict--Col. Cad. Jones. Fifth District.-lion. U. IV. Croft. OZur State Tielket. FOR GOVEIRNOR. GEN. JOHNSON HIAGOOD, of Barnwe FOR LIEU...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 October 1880

!T.ermh Directry. . 8. P. i. EtW, second S 104, 9010A. 11M.. W, 4Hh SAbatho aibery tor nt-ev. M bsn, at the o t ' oturch',' n 4th. nbbathn at 11 0 ok a. no p staeona Church, Rev. W. B. Sie gle .t astbr, "li' Sabbath and Sottfrdagj before i ah bnnth at 11 o'ploeet a. to. Qjgahpj.-Liberty Staion-oWB Potr-Services every 2d Sabbeith a Demoatho eaedi e have rcionvd the programme ofaeon of the oreonville Fair, w ioh i" to com off the 12th, 18th, and 14th io rn at. fo:tr. Alfred Godfrey purchased him.. solt a Hanook tap and the Liberty Dainooratic Cltub a banner at Pendles. ton.the other day. He intends hav ing a suitable motto inscribed upon the banner and then present it to the club. A Democrat who wais defonted in tho primary election in this County for a nimination to the Logislaturo wa approaseled rcently and solicited to run is an "Independent" candidaLe for that position. . He indignantly re. fused to listen to the proposition. The following gentlemen from neighboring bars woro mn a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 October 1880

OUR BEST REWARD. WINSTON, FoWMEru Co., N.C., March 15, 1880. To TuE Hop BrrrEaw Mpo. Co.: Gents-I desire to express to you my thanks for your wonderful Hop Bitters. I was troubled with dyspepjsia for five years previous to commencing the use of your Hop Bitters some six months ago. My cure has been wonderful. I am pas tor of the First Methodist Church of this place, and my whole congregation can testify to the great virtue of your bitters. Very Respectfully, Rv. H. FamiD. ROCHESTER, N. Y., March 11, 1880. Hop BirrERs Co.: Please accept my grateful acknowl edgment for the flop Bitters you were so kind to donate, and whichlwere such a benefit to us. Yours, ver gratefully, OLD LADIES OF THE OME OF TEE FRIENDLEsS. DELEVAN, Wis., Sept 24, 1878. Gents-I have taken not quite one bot tle of the Hop Bitters. I was a feeble old man of seventy-eight when I got it. To day I am as active and feel as well as I did at thirty. I see a great many that need such medicine. D. BOYCE. MONROE, Mich., Sep...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 October 1880

-- DEVOTED TO POLIT ORAITY EDUCATION AND TO TRE GENERAL INTEREST OF TE OUNTRY. By, P. P. ?00.ADLEY&CO* PICKENS, S.-VOL. A.--NV. 4. SONG. * ur D, .a ouA s Not where the poison dews distil, Which bring much woe to men, Shall we our brimming glasses fill, - And drink and ll again. But e shall quaff the water pure, Which sparkles in the wave, Whose draught so sweet doth health assure, And far removes the grave. Water, true gift of heaven thou art; Without thy smile to blees, Earth were a desert and man's heart Could ne'er And happiness. STARVING TO WIN A .WXFE. It was a July afternoon. Three mei sat on the veranda of the village hotel. Their feet were on the balcony railing, their chairs were tilted back and they were fanning themselves. These men were Judge Barron, County Judge, Parson Miller and Col. Gherkins, a retired militia officer, on no pay. Not one of them would see his 50th birth day, for they had passed it. "Speaking of fasting," said the Judge, breaking a long silence. S...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 October 1880

I HE SENTINE THES D. F. BRADLEY. Editor. PICKENS 0. 1., S. C.: THURSDAY, 0CTOBER 14, 1880. TER~MS: For subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six nther, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Advertisements Inserted at one dollar per liparo of one Inch or less for the first inser. Jkn and fifty cents for each subsequent in 1-tion. Liberal diecount made to merchants nd others advertising for six months or by thk year. Obituary Notices pud Tributes of Respect 'irged for as aiertisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in *vance. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICEET, FOR PRESIDENT: t INF.IELD SCOTT HANCOCK' OF PENNsYLVANIA. FOR VICEC PRESIDENT: WILLIAM 11. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. Presidential Electors. At Large--Ilon. John L.1lanning Colonel Inm. Elliot t. rir .;t )idr"eC-(IGen. E. W. MOi. Srond /bstrict-Ilon. C. II. Simontlon. /'hirdl Mlicit-J. 8. Alurra1y, Etq. our11th /Misrict--Col. C1111. Jone.. it' A ~itrit-Il . IV. Croft. OZur State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR. hN. JOHNSON IIAGOOD, of Barnwell. FoR LIEPFTE...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 October 1880

Church Directory. ethodist.--Rev. 8. .. P Elwell second Sabbath In each month at 10{ o'clIc A. ii. Rev. Olin L. Durant, ad athih st il A. N. Rev. J. W. Daniel, 4th Sabbath at Vt. N. Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh lcLeen, at the Methodist Churph, on 4th Bbbath -96t 11 o'clock a. m BaOlat-Becona Church, Rlet. W. B. Single ton ,astor, 1st Sabball$ ai -Batcrday before in esel month at 11 o'clook a. m. Liberty Church-a-Libeoty Statiorr--Ite W B Singleton, Past or..lettsi every 'd Sabbath and Saturdaj befofe. Sweet potatoos are fine. Cotton picking is the order of tho * day. The forest will soon put on its au tumn dress. -o Radicalism must nover bo permitted to raise its hydra head again in Pick. ens. .udge Durant has bought the Max, cy place in town. "Up and at thern" should be the watch word of the Democracy. Quito a number of bales of cotton v iavo been bought by the merchants of this place. One of our citizens who attended tho King's Mountain Contennial says it is his last for the next hundre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 October 1880

CONVERSATION. Tum vices we scoff at in others laugh at us within ourselves.-Sir Thoma Broume. Tam first ingredient in conversation is truth; the next, good sense; the third, good humor; and the fourth, wit.-MSr W. Tbmple. ONE of the best rules in conversation is never to say a thing which any of the company can reasonably wish had been left unsaid.-Swift. As it is the characteristic of great wits to say much in few words, so it is of small wits to talk much and say nothing. -Rochefoucauld. NOT only to say the right thing in the right place, but, far more difficult still, to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting mnioment.-G. A. Sala. NEVER hold any one by the button or the hand in order to be heard out; for, if people are unwilling to hear you, you had better hold your tongue than them. -Chestcrfteld. Tross who speak always and those who never speak are equally unfit for friendship. A good proportion of the talent of listening and speaking is the social virtue.-Lavatar. A COOL...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 October 1880

e1p DEVOTED TO. POLITIC8, NORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTERENT OF THE 00UNTRY. By D. F. BRADLEY & CO. PICKENS, S. C , THU RSDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1880V TMOUGHrTS OF THE PORTS ON GREAT NBAs. He who surpasses or subdues mankind Must look down on the hate of those belw. Bound him are icy rocks, and loudly blow Contending tempests on his naked head. -Byron's " Child Harold." High stations tumult, but not bliss, oreate: N4one think the great unhappy but the great. -Young's * Love qf Fame." Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime, And, departing, leave behind us Footsteps on the sands of time. -Lon'felloso's POems. Who is a great man? It in he Who, from the universe of thought, A purpose self-conceived abstract, And by his mighty power and will Doth make it parent to his acts. -Wet's 'I. Chandler." 0 1 greatness I thou art but a flattering dream, A watery bubble, lighter than the air. -Tracy's 1 Perfander." Tnou hast not gained a real height, Nor art thou ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 October 1880

D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. PICKENS C. I., S. C.: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1880> TER~MS: For subsoription, $1.5%) per annum, for six 3months, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per square of one inch or less for the first inser ion and fifty cents- for each subsequent in sortion. Liberal disconnt made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by the year. Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respect charged for as advertisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in advance. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT: WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK' OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICIC PRICSIDENT: WILLIAM 11. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. Presidential Electors. At I.arge-ion. John L.Mnniuing Colonel WM. Elliott. First Iaitrict-Gen. E. W. Moizo. Srcnnd Thstrict-1lon. C. H. Simonton. Third Distrit-.J 8. Murray, Esq. Fourth Diatrict-Col. Cnd. Jones.| Fifth Dietrict-lon. 0. IV. Croft. Our State Ticket. VFOR GOVERNOR. Oi. JOHNSON IIAGOOD, of Barnwell. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. ...

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