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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 January 1876

rnmmmmmmmammmitmmmmwmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m wi i m> imi *m Cuban ComplicationsTHE PROPOSED INTERVENTION AND THE MONROE DOCTRINE. A Washington lottor of Thursday last Bays: Tho possibility of an cjuly intervention by tho United Statos to compel a cessation of hostilities to Cuba has boon tho chiof topio of conversation in Washington to day. Almost tho only official or trustworthy in for mixtion that can bo obtained on tho Hubjoct is tho assurance that no interruption in tho friendly correspondence botweon tho United States and Spain has occurred, and thv.t, in an\r ovout, thoro is no danger of war. But these assurances aro unsatisfactory to many. Thoy sa}', if tho President intonds to interloro in Cuba, it may not bo in his power to provent a war. Intervention itself, if not an act of war, very often results in an outbreak botweon tho intervening State and one of tho com baton ts; and if,when wo havo submitted our terms, Spain refuses lo accept them, only ono oourso will bo left open f...

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. — 20 January 1876

DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. VOL. v. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1876. ~ "no 9n". From WashingtonWasiiinoton, January 10.?In tho Houso, to day, among othor bills introduced, was ono by Wood, of Now York, to ropcnl in part tho act of January 19, 1875, providing for tho resumption of snccio navmont. and to facilitato tho resumption of spocio paymont without contraction of tho currency; ropoaling tho stamp duty on chccke, and doclaring tho department of agriculturo ono of tho oxecutivo departments. Folton, of Georgia, introducod a bill for tho imnrovomonL r- - . of tho Etowah, Coosa and other rivers in Georgia; also, to refund tho oxponbob of Georgia in the .Revolution War. IlarriB, of Goorgia, introduced a bill for tho improvement of Chattas hoochco and Flint Ilivors. Bradford, of Alabama, bill to socuro compotont jurors, and prevent abuso of the IT. S. lirnnnsftOR ill AlnKnmn- nlan (a i->l nstn r ... , vv the heirs ...

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. — 20 January 1876

THE SENTINEL? D, F, BIUDLEY, Editor and Pponrieior. Teriiu of NiibM'riptloH, Ono Year $1 50 8ix Mouths 75 Advertising fliute?. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 Ser square, of (9) nine linos, oklkss, tor the rpt insertion, and 60 couts for cach subse(Jtioht iusw.ition. Contractu made for thkbh, six or xwblvb months, on favornblo terms. ...Advertiaowqnta not having the number of insertions marked on ihom, will bo published tfntlt forbid and charged Accordingly. These torms aro so eiidple nny child may undorstaud them. Nine lines is u square? one inoh. Tn every instance wo chargc by tho spaco occupied, lis eight or ten lines oan uo uiuuv iu uuviu^-jr luur ur 11*0 wijuuros, IIH UIO advertiser may wish, and is charged by the space. 8Qy* Advertisers will please state the number of B(\uaros they wish their advertisements make. &GT Business men who advertise to bo ' benefitted, will bear in mind that the 8BNTINEL has a large and increasing circulation, and is takeu by tho ve...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 January 1876

4 Local items. year baa iiftystliree Sundays. J ?I <p ? ^Jfftntiary contaiu6 live Sundays. fc drtio public well needs cleaning out Vfcdly. Tho Council ebonld givo us pure water if nothing olso. J V'/ \ . ~ r Attention is culled to tho salo of real estalo, advertised by W. A. Lc9lQjr. ip Ihn issue. * V- ' ? l)rt8 boon much moving and changing of domicile in and about ^ipkeno during the last two or threo weol.'s. , + <to>* Diico.? Mrs. Frooinnn, the- wife of Win. Freeman, died at her residence, neur this place, on Saturday 14th inst. Mrs. Freeman loaves a largo family of children, relatives and friends to mourn her great lorsa. ? " A serenading party wan out the .1 . 1 . 1 ? * k ouier nigui in "oroaa moonshine/ for tlio express purpose, no doubt, of "discoursing sweet music in dulcet tones" for the benefit of llio newly married couple; but, through mistake, serenaded a couple who had passed nineteen summers ol married blessedness. Acoidknt.? Wo regret to learn Mr. Walker Ford...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 January 1876

A Story of the Sea- 11 The Sail Francisco Chronicle says: f On tho 8teamor Mikado, which arri- i ved in this port on Saturday last > came Capt GrovctJ and his wifo and I two children?one a babe?who had t a most remarkable escape from tho i never satisfied jaws of old ocean. All , that human beings could sutler, en- j dure and live; fell to their utifortu* nate lot. Tho captain and bia wifo aro both comparatively yonng aud look sufficiently careworn to have borno tho burdens of many more years than have passed over their heads. Tlio lady ia small, dolicately formed, and yet plucky or courage ous ana tun ot animation when do tailing tho thrilling adventures through which alio and her husband have passed. On April 29th they loft Antwerp lor Callao in tho ship Albert Gallatin. They had a prosperous voyage for three months. But August 2, oil' Capo Horn, 5G degroos south and 79 degrees west, a heavy sea struck the ship and carried away tho rudder at about 10 o'clock, p. m. rni r... i l...

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. — 27 January 1876

DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND i'O THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. VOL Y ~" PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1876. ~ NO. 21, Speech of the Hon- D. H Hill. Wo oxtract from Mr. Hill's oioquont upeoch in Congross, in reply to Mb. Blaino, liiu grand peroration, llad wo room wo would hko lo givo raoro Of ftUis magnificent address of JNtr. lift I: / t "THE 80UTII 18 IIEUB AND IIEllK SITE INTENDS TO REMAIN." I do not doubt that I am tho boaror of unwolcomo messages lo tho gen* tloman from Maino and bis party.? llo says that thoro aro Confederates in this body, and that they are going to cotnbino with a few from tho North for tho purposo of controlling this government. If ono woro to listen to tho gentlemen on tho other sido, ho would bo in doubt whothor they rejoiced moro whon the South loft tho Union, or rogrottod most whon tho youth camo back to tho Union that ? their fatbora holpod to form, and to Which thoy will forovor horoafter contribute as much of patriotic ...

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. — 27 January 1876

THE SENTINEL. D, F, BIUDLEY, Editor and Froorietor. Tfcnns oF Subscription. Ono Your $1 60 Six Mouths 75 Advertising llntcs. Advertisements inserted at tho rate of $1 00 square, of (9) nine lines, on lf.ss, for the atBt insertion, and 60 oenta for each BiibseQQonl insertion. Contracts made for tiirkb, six or twelve months, on favorablo terms. Advertisements not having tho number of insertions marked on them, will bo published until forbid and oharged accordingly. Those terms are so simple nny ohild may understand them. Nine lines is a square? one inch. In ovcry instance wo charge by the spaoo occupied, as eight or ten lines can bo rondo to occupy four or fivo squares, astlio ftdvorlisor may wish, and is charged by tho space. fljgy Advortiscrs will please slate the numbor ofsquaros they wish thuir advertisements 0 make. 8Of Business ntcn who ftdvertiso lo bo bonefltlod, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL has a large and incroasing circulation, and is taken by tho very class of porao...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 January 1876

LOCAL ITEMS. Wo call attention to tho now advortisomontsin this issuo. We call attention to tho advertisement of Mr. R. E. Llolcombe & Son, ju this issuo. + + There was enough castor oil sold at the salo the othor da v. to nur?? J 9 -- I Dthe wholo couuty of ali its impurities. ? i - .... Tlio unprecedented warm woathor still continues, and wo still hear of p'oilt meat both in town and county. The winter thus lar has boon the warmest experienced for years. Wo call attention to tbo milling notice of our friend J. Calhoun Griffin. Ho will do tho grinding for persons gratia. This ia certainly a rare offer, milling business is a great bore; and we aro glad to know that some one lms taken pity upon tlie town. Success to him. ? M ies Annie, tho daughter ot Mr. P. A. Porter, died on Monday mom. iiig early, of typhoid pneumonia. We extend our sympathies to tho parents and family in their sad bereavement. 4 On Satnrdnv 9,9d inof o fr??i <1nlloi> _-v , ?, bill was extracted from tli...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 January 1876

# Wlio is She A Washington correspondent of the New Orleans Times says: Aa I camo up the avenuo this morning I noticed at a fashionable jtowefry establishment a very neat photon drawn by a suporb pair ot browns. I also noted tho lair mis- J tr?$&, who wfts daintly descending, as ? woman to bo observed. Nothing could bo in bottom ton than hor ontiro equipage, ller dress was ono in which tho quietest tints blended in ..r . -l. . .. .1 rni. _ .1 i ? _ _ a . i -i jjuriout nccoru. xuo ueueiuu mil could never liavo been fabricated outside of the world's gay capital, Paris, and it seemod only a happy accident when the wanton wind blowing too rudely, swept aside the dress for a moment and revealed a loot to wear tbo slipper ot a Uindorella, and an anklo rivalling in beauty and delicacy tho swift footed Atlanta's own. Very quiet and deraurc was the faco, in wuich there wan no color, nor remarkable beauty, save a pair oi luvoly eyes. Which were ot a Boft brown changing sometimes to a dark...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 February 1876

THE" PICKENS SENTINEL. devoted to politics, morality, education and to the general interest of tiie country, VOL. y. ~ PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1876. NO 22. Cftvender and His "Fees " Tho following wo copy from tho Nowe and Courior in roforonco to tho doings of Mr. Cavondor in tho issuo of warrants undor tho provisions of the Little Bonanza. Governor Chamberlain, as soon as his aotions bocame Known 10 mm, cut on nis omcmi nonu. Tho Governor is thining thorn out rapidly, and wo oommond him for it: Tho lottor of Govornor Chamberlain to Mr. Cavendor published to day is a clear statomont of tho chargo that Mr. Cavendor has been guilty of improper conduct, to U8o a mild phrase, In tho I88U0 of warrants under what is commonly callod tho Littlo Bonan xu Act, ana it is oviuont ttiattno lucts admlttod by Mr. Cavondor, in his loiter of dofcnco, justify tiio requiretnont that tho accused person resign tho placos ho holds, and aro amplo roason for romoving him summarily. Alio Ajjuio...

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

TFTR flMNSPTKTTCT.I B, F. BRADLEY, Editor and Prosrietor. Terms or Nubserliitioii. Ono Year $1 60 Hi* Months 76 AdvertiMing Rates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 square, of (0) nine lines, or lkss, for the first Insertion, and 60 cents for qaeh Bubse^Tlent insertion. Contracts made for thrkk, six or twkivs nfonths, on favorable terms. Advcrtisements.not having the number of insertions marked on them, will bo published i _i 1 -??? - mini luiuiu uuu uuurgvu ocouruiugiy. Those terms are so simple any child may understand them. Nine lines is a square? one inch. In every instance wo charge by ho spaco occupied, as eight or ten lines can , bo made to occupy four or five squares, as the adverlisor may wibIi, and is charged by the space. JJQ?" Advertisers will please state the number of squares they wish (heir advertisements o make. 8fe?T Business men who advertise to be, honnfiHnil win Kaox ?? 41? 1 SENTINEL haa a lnrgo and increasing cir-1 ouUtion, and is taken by the very c...

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

LOCAL ITEMS. Our streots look almost deserted; t business is dull. Ergo, tho farmers are busy preparing tor the coming seed time. . ? Cold weather is again upon as. As we have liad no winter thus far, we suppose ? >8 yet to come. A late, cold spring is reasonably expected. These extrerooe in tcmpet aturo cannot fail to prod oco sickness. Wo call attention to the County Treasnrer's notice in reference to tho Air Lino Railroad Tn*?a Wn for ft merry tiino in Pickens boforo a great wliilo over these same taxes. Our Treasurer means business this time, lie doe3, nnd no mistaks. "Est aapienti vcrbiun sat." Neither Crooked nor straight whie* key baa any placo among us now Wo have consequently, and noceaaa rially becomo a sober people; for the officers of tbo law tiro doing thoir duty, and have well nigh drivon it from our borders. % At n lute meeting of tho Baptist State Mission Board of South Carolina, the Rev, Geo. W. Singleton was ?|)jioinieu ior me general mission work in tlio Twelve...

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

A San Jose Mystery- I f TIio following is from tlio San Jose JHorcnry, ot January (3: Ono of the strangest and mo6t pc ! culiar cases over evoked from real life, or from tlio fancy of tho novelist, was brought to our notice on Wednesday. The story, as far as it goes, is true in everv particular. and onlv */ I I */ furnishes anotlior opportunity for ( tho inquiring mind to aek: "Of what j manner of tnen nro we?" About ( three in nths since there came to the roBideneo of Dr. A. C. Hooker, on San Fernando street, two young men, twin brothers, named Alonzo and Lorenzo Pike. Tlieir appearance was prepossessing, they seemed to possess more than lho average air.ount of intelligence, and they wore aliko in every particular?dices, height, | features, voice and manner. Their \ homo was in Iowa, but latterly tlicy had resided in Oregon, where they had engaged in teaching 6chool. The room was taken, and though rent should have been ] aid in advance they did not oiler to pay, and nothing on that...

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. — 10 February 1876

THE PICKENS SENTINEL. I DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO TIIE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. TOL. Y. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10 187fi wTO*. I The Desolated South. Qovornor Chamborlain, of South Carolina, has addressed an important U lottor to a prominent Bopublican deflator in Washington, from which we print uio ionowing oxtrecta: 1 took my soat as Governor Docom~ her 1, 1874, and 1 addroBscd myself earnestly to tho work of kooping tho pledges I had made and tho plodgos niftdo for m? by all my frlonds and by my platform in tho campaign. I soon found that many of thoso who supported mo in tho campaign and had talked roform did not want reform; but I porsoverod, dotorminod, aa a manor 01 ngut ana oi good policy, to adhero to my party platform and pledges. Of courso thoso who din*, liked practical roform criod out: "llo is going ovor to tho Domocrats. IIo wbou> hucim rocognmon rrom tho robels," and all tho rost of thoso sonso? loss orioa such as you now b...

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

THE SENTINEL. D. F, MLEY, Editor aid Pioariitor, ' Terms of Subscription. One Year $1 f>0 1 Six Mouths . 75 ( Advertising States. I Advertisements inserted at the rato of $1 00 i per square, of (9) nine lines, ok less, for the ] first Insertion, and 60 centB for each subsequent, iusottion. Contracts made for three, six or twelve ' months, on favorable torms. Advertisements not having tho number of ' insertions marked on them, will bo published < until forbid and charged accordingly. , Tlinao loi-inu n.? Un clmnln n l> ir nhil.J 1 understand thom. Nine linos is a square?? ' one inch. In every instance wo charge by the apace occupied, as eight or ten \iues can bo made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, aud is oharged by tho space. Advertisers.will please state the number of squares they wish their advertisements o make. tOSSF Business men who advertise to bo In.) ...ill .. 5.. ... I .,,1 , I. I . 1. ? SENTINEL has a largo and increasing circulation, a...

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

LOCAL ITEMS. ^Rontion is called to tbo ndVortisc monl of Cely & Broth or in anothor cokjYian. ?W& Would call the attention of our r^i^irQito the advertisement of MrSullivan, in reference to the salo of Tq^U lote.^. I ^ Order your seed, both floral and vegetable, frora Jarucs Vick, Esq., 7toc}ifl?tftl' Now Ynrk. TTiuaooMa nra fresh. Now is tho time to make out your orders as seed timo will now 800D be hero. Wo omitted to call attention to his advertisement in our laat week's issuo. Ho has a complete afitfoffment of flower and vegetablo seeds. > <> ^.... Out Town Council is bogining to bo in earnest in roforonco to punishing drankonness and and disorderly oondu-'.t withiu the town. Two drunkop. and disorderly" porsons woro put in tho calftbooso last wook, and cnch xs i ac ir ? .? - nnu jtvoop on gonnomon ot tlio Counnil and do your duty. You liavo ? law and tlio sympathy of all good cittaont on your eido. Teach tho lesson that tlioso who will havo thoir fun by disorde...

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. — 10 February 1876

The Man who Lied There ia a class of men who love ' to eit around tho atovo of a country , grocory <>F a winter's ovening ami ' oxchango lies. M. Quad, tho wag ol j tlie Dotroit Free Press, hits oft* this clasB in tho following story: One evoning when tho winter blasts moaned sadly across tho stroet corners, and the caotaina of tho forrv I * boats woro ftiixioua looks, seven or eight vessel owuersand 'laid up' lake captains sat around a choerful base burner iu a saloon noar tho river.? After tho usual amount of growling about tho weather ono ot them told a atory. There might have boon ono ounce of truth in it, but tho crowd felt cortain that tho ouo ounce was offset by twenty lour pounds, of tbe *awfullest kind' of lying. Thoroforo a second man told a story to beat it, and then a third man boat tho sees ond. When tho fourth man started out bo said: 'Gontlotnen, I havo also seen tough times. When 1 was sailing tho schooner Fortuno forty years ago two of uo were swept overboard ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 February 1876

I, I I .1,-111?J Li 1 1 l.L ! !_ 1 J .. -I ... _ , THE PICKENS SENTINEL. I DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO TIIE GENERAL INTEREST OF TIIE COUNTRY. Vol. v. pickens, s. c., Thursday, February it, me. no. ui From tho Qrocnvllle Nowa. The Railroad BondsMr. Editor: I see from the columns * - - ui your jmper mac mo question re-1 garding tho liability of the Railroad 1 bonds Ib undergoing discussion. Ins ^ asmuch as tho subject involves questions of very great importance to the public, I proposo to make a few observations upon it. Your corres uondont <kTaxr>avor" stronuouslv nr/r a - * - * D C8 tho iniportanco of our own citizens becoming tho holders of tho bonds. Ho considers it ft sufo and judicious investment for tho two following ? roasons, viz: tho legality of tho security and tho ability of the peoplo to puy n. Jiiuru Civil DO HO CTOUDl A3 tO tbo second reason he assigns, as an inducement to invest in the bonds. It is certainly a very strong one, and if tbo secur...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 February 1876

THE SENTINEL. S. r. BR&DLEY. Editor and Prmmlor, Terms of* 8u Inscription. One Year $1 50 Six Months 76 Advertising ltates. Advertisements inserted at tho rate of $1 00 square, of (9) nine lines, on i.kss, for the first insertion, and 60 cents for each subsequent insertion. Contracts made for thhkb, six or twelve Months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having tho number of insertions marked on them, will bo published until forbid and charged accordingly. Those torms arc so simple any child may understand them. Nine lines is a square? otto inch. In every instance wo charge by the space occupicd, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or five squares, as tho advortiscr nifty wish, and ia charged by (ho opaoo. Advertisers will please state the number of squares th,cy wish their advertisements o make. S&" Business men who ftdvertiso to be benefitted, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL hns a large and increasing circulation, nnd is taken by tho very class of per...

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. — 17 February 1876

I 1 , " g. -IL-li'JLi!? r /\r< a r tmrnittn i^UUAJLi IX-HJIVIE). Poach ticcB aro blooming along 1 the bflso of tbo Mountaius. - + We believe a drug store iti this placo is very much noedGd. Ono conld do well. c , ?<**? Rev. J. Q. Stockman preachcs in tbe Methodist Church, in this placo ? a 1 ?.. OAII. : i 1 < _i_t i UUAfc k?UIlUUJ') XiVi.Il IIIOU, IH XX U UlUUIt. + -- The Clork of the Board of County Commissioners, O. L. Ilollingsworth, lias furnished tho Court House with a fine lot of chairs, to bo in readiness t for the approaching term of our Court. mm 9 m* The Town Marshals arrested, Inst week, throe persons for drunkeness and disorderly conduct, and brought them beforo tho Council. Each paid ins tine anu worn on nis way rejoicing. Tho Council means business and no humbug. Tho public well needs cleaning ont badly. The County Commissioners, on whom this duty devolves, should give it their attention boforo the sitting of tho Court. The farming lands of Pickens aro finrtil...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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