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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 June 1882

ord 4 , A I DETOTED To r0LIrICS, XORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE VENER ils INTEREST OF TUE COU stY By Do F, BRADLEY & 0O0 PICKENS, S , THURSDAY, JUNE& 22, 1882. V L I O 0 of )Xempbis is about O AfOrly 2,400 convicts in her Ue 49g of.eorgia coat more than he preachers. A large cottonseed-oil mill is to be W4t in Madison, Ga. Au unusually rich copper mine has been opened in Cabarrus county, N. 0. A tourteen-pound cabbage has been Ahipped from Americus, Ga. 0o0rgia's wheat crop this yea- will be the best raised in twenty years. The Richmond, Va., water works are to be completed, and will cost 860,000. A Aold-fish 10i inches lonpwas recent ly taken from a cistern in Macon, Ga. Virginia, will come to the front this year with a remarkably large fruit crop. For the firstitime in seventy-five years Putnam county, Ga., is without a sa loon. Tennessee has 18,000 acres unimproved land, most of which is covered with fine timber. Two hundred and forty convicts are at work on the Marietta ...

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. — 22 June 1882

s-P, ibebslpdIon, 1.0 p#r antsum, for sei at'he, 't gents; srictly in advance. mients Inseried al one dollar per J"Orj of oue inch or less for the fret inertion uad ffljg cen" for each fubsequent iise'ion. Liberal dscount mnade to mercMnts ond owhers advertising.for six wotihs or by the year. ObstUary Notion itd Tribttes of Acep ect thargedfor as advertiseme4.t.. Announcig Cy~didate f-ive dollare, in ad 'The place of meeting of the stockholders of the Atlantic and French IBroad Valley Railroad and the Edgefield, Trenton and Aiken Railroad has been changed froin Ninety Six to Greenwood on account of the inability of Ninety Sir to furnish accommo dations tor the meeting. The College. Our editorial in last *eeks issue on the subject of a college at this place seems to have met with unanimous favor in this vi cinity One gentleman has informed us that uton certain reasonable conditions he will take one thousand dollars worth of stock in the building. Another agrees to furnish two hundred...

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. — 22 June 1882

Ilet itite one Or Wie 41r -he C0C144%g- aesom., uisi a gbes$,.,l libftthewi 1 days, enwill tqe visitTexas -before re. ue' to his duties in the college. Hrmer Moser basjettt this office a go y e way of corn. There are I ea *Ors lineloijed In one shuck. There oie'pentre ea~r around which eleven oth 0tL ..uster. The ears re all siall, but m1.oiri and distiuoily developed. He age' To u nd seor, hok n the sam daW14. wi o" thnee to six ears -incaed in to. I have hung this Ilo# na t up nu out sabetm where our farming firiends eln ca11and see It if they desire to do so. Whetn the Profesor found that ee f obaceco in the pocket of his iti ie wits satiefied tha th e Jew hatd not, made thle exchange with hiim. A negro passed a spurious gold d olhl 't'o n da ceterk n hon e of t he sO res at litdh place last wok. ' A genuie doiur put in ithu places uaveti a casu in the UiLtd Sttes Cuirto Thie editor and family return thaniks to Mris., J. C. Thompsion fur 110ome1 Very fine Peaches. They were tle A...

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. — 22 June 1882

I, LAEA Date.)* the Ding. fresped for acewen Mijhir they set Witthe laid 20dt became a mAi. NOr buam k1sed her lips, 'A fbrsifded bair, Wt posoeful hand's Urgpm psom fair. saw on one a ring, ti me-WOrn thing. & poit from the icy hand U10kcd for rhymo or name, v to say why it was thoro, sfond thought it cae. Sa slysaw through many a tear, Ad6 paat-day, mouth and year. as some schoolfollow's gift," the sighed, --he child forgot to show," A hut It back in its own place Wi tender touch and shav; And saw Its tiny glitter rest Like sunshine on that quiet brcnst, Ab little ring, you kept it well, The secret of your date I Whate'er its meaning, it goes inutold Beyond thr eart and fate; Pan or blssi,-w can say Uow much of either in it lay? We watch the light in our darling's eyes, The lines that the slow year bring*, Yet know as little of what they uean ' As the seoret of tho ring. Joy or aorrow-God only knows -low much of both lies under the roso. A Fearfaul Sotunvd. They wero standing ...

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. — 29 June 1882

St.' 144 U , 2 22i')& ki. .. i bs 41 '% 777 d3ge on Its br inches. unt house are in course q~o MCIattetuog5, Tenn. Sged 100 years die in 'Ala, a few daysago. 7, . hfas raised its liq Ml $27 to $1000 per year. S. C is shipping phos. net*, used for fertilizing, tQ Eng.. 'it Virginia produces nearly one *O f the nails used in the United 4a n6'w building at Columbus, t e largest stone dam in the 4 Cyton,.of Eufaula, Ala., has , g dealing in cotton futures is siana has 172,005 regstered vo which 85,451 are white and 88, Ie, Socuntains in Swain county, N, to be'of 'solid marble-red 'pkied and black. A careless druggist at Starke, Fia. gave Mrs. Jones poison instead of a dose chlomnel, and she died from its effects, bere are now in Wythe and Pulaski o nties, Va., fifteen blast furnacea en aged in making of cold blat charcoal 4on. An immense hard-shell turtle, weigh nrg nearly .100 pounds, was captured in ~ the Obion river, near Troy, Tenn , a few Ave go-y Charleston, 8. 0., has 250 sal...

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. — 29 June 1882

ensvws, jfre ix IVe *k4i e#'4 &,W"@ in' .4hiaiszt Wjet e by us-iance. a enserted .al ne nd Mdr pei tew lucAo lessfor the fret in*er eof jis0 for eOAe sNuequeni insertion. 4~eevnt maie to ilerchate tmd, other. mxusiMr y at pey.a otce apri ?rhbed of' Reped % w advrtisements~. ~4~vCaudidate. A4 Et bew 4i 4 ~ 1* .StUtement pblished by us-in our 84 as nitas to the number of ~el~s~ 4 a~ s entled to In the en~s, ietral was only al a was a mistake on our part phical error. Central club vles in the last primary election d etiledto 8 Instead of 7 delegawda. The School Exhibition, On Wednesday night of last week, as pre _ - iously annoiced, the school exhibition 'sae off at this place. There were from e to six hundred persons present as tor, and, had it not been for the dtbat ils about. the time the exercises 41lo open. would have been one of the tpleasant occasions ever experigneed tis'place. The programme had been so gedtht every child in the school ~id have been in some one of the acts,...

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. — 29 June 1882

4~~ "other t ihte for' to' Apad ther iofACJ'gisAtAure. ~lte fshonabIs In Pick. 00h . Is wilt gush 40eiAWdwWaid and Prof. McCas 4nd8ie Pue West ooibniencement Wwish thetm nuch pleasure leas, 'ot m-1 *'$Abir Tongue" Society is I pursuI$ the even tenor of its of its iemberq has been severe plIne4tfor being a little too limber 4# T. Ioughb not to be so. dia i'Hollingeworth received two e d .Miss Lueie Hagood four, for sholarshlp in the Wesleyan Fe * ~t~bte. South - Carolina always ilhnh -tand both at. lone and A ore of oxen belonging to- Mi. Cheis Ofson was'struok"'by .lightning and in. lakilled a few daya since. The driv 4fA the teAl staudin'g In the road, and I shelter till the shower was over. ble etu ned the oxen were lying in rosd dead. . A b. Nitholson preabhaed a very feical and Interesting sermon at, this on Suriday last, from the text: "Let S not he weary in well doing for in due esain we shall-reap, It *e faint nol." The Y. M C. A. *#is ncouraged on 1lst Bsu-day. aflernoon by ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 June 1882

4 ' e ~adwoefing* ewrlike toladpr, or fus hand of Oafo'u Jenarkably'logeIii .S. those of UsiI ofida ihridates of Pontus (57) k" Persia (71)s Alfonso (78) -Froctriak IM'~of (r ' tian IV, of Demark XIV, of France (72), George ad (59), Ferdinand IV, of apa Pro I of Drasil (51' o tUssia was a th when ~Ia on the throne, Mth$iates a boy, a new-bon babe, Alfonso an jv a ears old, Loris nand 8, and Pedro 5, and of h onarohe mentioned only George Mreakhed the age of four score. Po had one King who rerhed the age ot 88, Etatilaa LeesosynAki; but he reigned only Ite years, and survived his throne Afty-six years, living in quiet retirement., We must back to the daysiof antiquity io d William Il royal peers in Age, and the only ones we disoover are Hero I, of Syracuse and Mauninsa of N both of whom ended their reign at e age of aou9. The reign of Ramesses n Pbaraoh of t-the Sesotris of the Greeks--Is beved by some Egyptolo .914ito have lasted about 67 years, and his -]4% 1.about 100, but others ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 July 1882

.7 ii' lipZ - -f 4A~4 AV-~~ .S I J U. . NO, 42. A.41 ~ tblishe~l e ~ 0.~t *fl~be he i rstli n r the Qonfede 6 l p delivered il the aere is a coi Vhet In .ast Tennesse 2,880,000 acres il A decrease from las t tIs troubled with ai ge' fever. Five hun epted. ie have been sold in Geor tap theentire cotton bel 1 ar ago. a crop of this year, so it i p resent appearances, wil: 'Q 00 bales. .,korchard In Nortb Carolint y . P. k'addisou, at Moulte nt. It contqins over 8,000 trees rees Monroe is the largest singh oatn in the world. It has al p .ot over $8,000,000 of money 6 thousand men are now em ed in rAilroad eonstruction in Flor Eighty thoutand people have set St4nhe State in the-past ten years. T last.aporopriation of $125,000 foi ~4g~4)~tr'ucting jottles at the mouth of the - hu' -river, Fla., is nearly ehaust. .nd it is probable the work will cease i4~u the 4th of July. SCharleston, (S.C.) News and Cou ~ las a proof dfi the growth of home ~.Ud ries, mentkons the building of a .tair and...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 July 1882

two uone dolar per W t14 first inawtion skeg udqent ispeertion~. 00tsanid othera *h. Year. uke of R2cepect ouars, in ad TO~ 'v 1ts. its has decided that session shull be confi-. '. S---redistricting the aii oiangein the election *metsent to the constitu 0oe td t rovisions for new rhe egistering of physicians d to the first of January. now counties. require icotity shall contain 400 4nd a population equal to the the population of the entire is about. 8000. Oting bill giving five Democrat ,ene doubtful and one Itadical gi eed on and is well nigh on - its l Islature will adjourn on Wednes or Thureday. The oost of the extra ~eIon is about $15,000. he pil are of the extra session -l hev i 'Ifie next Issue. .4okey's Letter. $J 4 has recently written an op ,.e Mor IHampton, in the Wash, I Republican. .He starts his t ag that he nd Ciskaberlain t04& the irei ahi to the white people of the tate to rise and defend it.. that to do his bey d6ter'aIned to move outside of the tsIen oofrupt Re...

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. — 6 July 1882

if. jAAll ~n j. W049as Wfepted s he High 0a tbe 14th. N .On will si nd e or- Tuesday night 'aiy in .uly. meetig of the tobool ,at 0elton ged from August to 111stn nv epthring a rding pupils td attend h's n0 the Pickene *atIkxtas -received a cot.. Own from Mr. J. Milton 4 h bloomed in bis-flid * -W. Taylor, after a plena. n4the principal cities of the NV ~ .46iothwza has returned sn1 of hisa friends. 1inie Gilreath and Mr. h'I th of dreenVille, and pc:~Otmes, oif Penidleton, ar'e vi~ lrunds in Pi'kens, SI dange~r of courting too un *elI tis proving too naiuch, otsi Lady id t~o the young - . *el the. other night. * 4i~i~yS an~d showvery nigh te bk1i the botto~n and coru *ttthe kinks." $lltt untionm to the. annun ers ouxcr on tra&ahy u Ouf bauhy a& lastinig p ptallytragranit and ureo Cologne, 0. W ~riol has sent to the ua a- tOsity ini the ~bEtI rih potato. 10. is oneo y6i4 is eseven. Ono0 of1t r epreseit~s a humann fac '~~-~rno~untain party of thet ~i~~ve Ao' Whitewater FalM, ...

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. — 6 July 1882

red af ChristI e a" holas fEstat winds of Saw. Maasfta. Vrd Gambling. --- o beuo limit tothe re - - deviges for gambling. The _ 2dustr has developd -'he artisan and the business e~naroh of civilization. The speculation has sehed upon - and all degrees, from the ane who toss pennies in the chuich deacons who man at the charity fairs. It will stonishent, however staid, sbrodSaeo en hpromoted a species of hihexceeds in grotesque-. -hof the kind that has yet. rd. alA stroll through m whoe " in Chicago, which is ~ up '-a confusion of Boards of eshops and pool-rooms. ateof cheks from neighbor itar so banks, would lead one \CeT~llgambling had there been h art, and a-at themost ative spirit or the most Wicd desperate sport could be with every possibleva o f g. But the Quaker State t new scheme. It ' known -bed insurance, but wih be nacourately dsignated ha graveyard P4licy-playing. he origtat this new system of ) latin mbln haby the assessment plof lifeirg whih has led to oran o various ass...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 July 1882

amU bod, V A.4of Ukholds Ai winds of dawu. A stper's Miagaden. - Gambling. -- be no limit to the re for avibling. The developd he artisan and the business a biakeh of civilization. The Speculation has seized upon -and all degrees, from the 6 nwho toss pennies in the e church deacons who man at the charity fairs. It will with astonishment, however, staid, sober old State of Penn has promoted a. species of which exceeds in grotesque of the kind that has yet, ered. A stroll through blo.aley," in Chicago, which is S a confusion of Boards of ftket-shops' and pool-rooms, of checks from neighbor feno banks, would lead one gambling had there been art, and that the most ative spirit or the most desperate sport could be with every possible va Sgamig. But the Quaker State h eWted a new scheme. It is known &ith-bed insurance, but might be r sonratelyd signated ha graveyard 'A-The orig this now system of hwably th assessment of lwhidh has led to organise o various associations erea t4 a th, ...

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. — 13 July 1882

-o * - -- -T o - - - A- - -- A & 0 PiC -'-A- JULY 3 _882.eow&..%.30 43. b~~~&1o~ ~~n 13aQ~lJ~~ at~ unties o f6 afote eos ist ~~xga Iss1pping Immense !fgund intirris county 4685 bushels of oats this .faii'shipped $75,000 worth fetigd ports last Sat. W Fla., receives about 100 each month from the West SstF., has sixty essels and r 9 niein engaged in the sponge 4taioty at Augusta, Ga., has just pped an order of 2,000 bales of goods ~oAfrica. k4re cotten seed oil mill is to be ted at Bailey's Mill, Jefferson coun aatern capitalists are buying up all t o d mines in the vicinity of Obar Iott*, N. 0. he cotton factory at Semina, Ala., has declared a semi-annual dividend of e4ht pr cent. ew Orleans, thinks of establishing a Ostle Garden for the accommodation i o~ mmigrants. A mammoth iron furnace is to be erected neat Covington, Va., by Euro pean capitalists. A company has been formed to oper.. ate a silver mine recently discovered Snear Gaylesville, Ga. Thabeautiful Confederate...

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. — 13 July 1882

kl?)',y - * -' -.. . . . .-;~ - - - * f______ unoQuiR~- Inv1 A44O -THE COUSTt. - ---- * \ T ? DLE 00, PICEdSDAY JULY 13 1882. iVOrkNO. 43 t~*a., I.A M ~II n tyis ipg A14ie4s '61, k to onaI round in aris o uty, 8 -bushels of oato this hip7d 5,000 worth foreign ports last Sat. Fla receives about 100 'ec month from the West V0t, Fla., has sixty vessels and e90'3n engaged in the sponge ctory at Augusta, Ga, has just an order of 2,000 bales of goods Afrios. cotten seed oil mill is to be 61 Bailey's all, Jefferson coun, ser capt, are buying up all MW gt go li minets u ae vicinity of Char lotte, N. C. - the cotton factory at Selma, Ala,, hs declared a semi-annual dividend of it pei cent. New Orleans, thinks of establishing a Castle Garden for the accommodation bf immigrants. A mammoth iron furnace is to be erected neaf Covington, Va., by Euro pean capitalists. A company has been formed to oper. ate a silver mine recently discovered near Gaylesville, Ga. The beautiful Confederate monument a...

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. — 13 July 1882

tt ' enton meets Ay of August next, 5tatltig a State tick O'V9f. tho State Execu e ittnber of delegates $ 1 be twice the number Genlral Assembly and lokne will be entitled to - e delegates as heretofore. this week the redistrictiig Spublish In our next issue, the Whe Election low and I ie Iwo #,Oons proposing Constitutional 16.1o be voted on by the people eTeotion- V'he provisions of an _In all physicians to regisler by - une was extended to the lt ~ u othg of the patrons and others in ' 1esfi the school at this place wa.s held in the Outt LHouse dn last Saturday evening vthe prpose of raising money to build .,O ool -400e. Hon. W. T. Bowen was 4ltitb ti Obar, and Capt. Thornley was *p $tM8eocretary. After a good deal of dbte it * decided to form 9 Joint Slock pany for the purpose of raising the neunt.1f money necessary to erect the ilding. A share in the CompanIy was ed at twenty dollars. Seven per cent $herest is to be paid annually-on the stock, hterest to be raised by a contingen...

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. — 13 July 1882

-0 (01oitnd -pro wib Anis is n6 d..Will doubt n.ovek eountains .dd -and *tas sipk be, e unantails hlimself hoW thlat hie his Iost to deathi on a 0inti cgra sweet 4hanks i to Mr. Jais j r h very d s siAsk ory I be W.4 Conducted the, 'tesent of tilhe NiNs 1 e t absetice, a ex-n.asosidon of the t f a''1'byterian Vihurab hans been Wi d b'y Mtr. Wernicko. v T 4 a6im lat hae beenf mndo '46orsngoi ceiling f thoe p mt'noains to b rdono to of nusuntatin tourist from e Wreived hton ouilas 1:LFi14 ht verya$other party 'C ni4g~ the conutetd h bl~wiJ)ng fr1 thea aEndI~ organr Ane lady~tc, 't i noe exrifeo~i, of thae, I aihthe byeM.ir nieker of J3lA..r Ingentrpriing f oh' 4y ogzi~ tom bo Gd-envite ttlemi n, (old1 baheor andiKe 11 :omuiatins 'i l~t nbe~ th e touvn aE. E 6 ,v# 40a, nr rsumeg. s tteex 'I ~ ~ th se wi it ,h~e t' 4 idii'in~ rly inrefased at ine btneddy at m8 pe ptadihgie a nu tro' s.. r a th l*M~&l*o~I~e h Stoi2kinstf, ou imthetice nu~) j a quto mak mee of such I ~p~qpns "t'otting...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 July 1882

the t 60 tattoo e10hooS footsteps through atthe sseht nighL athe shall be daintily fed ton sumbers sweet, go to o sleepless bed e vra crumb to eat I whad the hours go joyfully by, - lttlewe stop to heed and sisters' des iring cry r wo and bitter n I seth a world as the angels sought world 9 ours we'd call It 06rbthtberly love that Mhe iather taught Was felt by each for al. Yet a few short years and this motley throng WW all have passed away, And the rich and the poor and the old and the Young WiU be undistinguished cla, And Ip that laugh and lips that moan salin silence alike be sealed, And some Will lie under a stately stone An4 some in the potter's fold. But the sun will be shining just an bright, And so will the silver moon, And just such a crowd will be here to-night And jus) snob a crowd at noon. And men wiD be wicked and women will sin As ever since Adam's fall With the same old world to labor in, And the same God over all. "Guilty, but Drunk. Capt. Henry's misadventure recall...

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 July 1882

---A ;L - o XW) Ir~ Dy D ?. RADLY & 07r GAY T D ? jf1 1t f 3 3 ~ I T R S - V T B C U ~ Y 4 F PIlkS .C f~D Y UL 018.VO.X O 4 to, bis ~ ~bouda4 line@ between ~M~yoping, it is tobser, 46 40"a of O~l O~e~I~ta0.Iith oil rgions hasa pppu. ILOANx him been now. eurgeon General of the h plac. of surgeon General ~trdou aooount of age. OArJ platforms are constructed 1to a gallows. The candidates upon it and a number of the drawn from beneath their feet, $0f 0,0 on railroad ooin for every death duo to preventible te is a New York suggestion eets with general and publio 060 haS just opened an institr fot the reformation of inebriate and e#thIgomen, called the Martha n Department of the Wash iHoine. Ore to go to war to assert the ; :q Xsrishmen to resirt English law, *WA not be choaper to buy Irelaud of *hiWitish, Government and declare its A Qpendenoe? A s TO "what'is rarer than a day in ue?" the Boston Advertiser replies, - "kin-g their nunber into considera a day in February." And so it is...

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 July 1882

tion, 1.0per annug for aa e;#, strictly in advance . te(e tnertid at on" doflle per a s4ch ei, lees for the first insertion n p e jbr each subsequent insertion. bq*bount made to merchants and others ti dung for six months or by the year. W Noticts and TUr tes of Respect tih as advertisement, 91 Candidates five dolUars, (n ad- a Important Meeting. p a. Coubty Exeoutive Committee of the P .ieoratl party of Pickens County will p ,,et in the office of the SHNTINEL, at this t( on Saturday next, the 22d Instant, T' 6'elock A. M. A full attendance is i nestlg desired, as it. -is dhe purpose to a Arthe time ofkolding' the primary election s8 Mange a 1eiles of meetings through b *' 4he couny. D. F. 'BRADLEY, 0 Connty Chairman. b V. po "gs of County Democratic r Convention. IpKcExs 0.11., July 16th, 1882. h!,W6County Demo ratio Conventionmet 0 Iu". the Court House, afi was called, to order b the Countj Chaliman, Col. R. E. Uowen The roll was called and the follo*ing clubs responded by their e...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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