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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 January 1883

w5.7 DIYOT1D TO !'OL1IIC, XOLLITY, EDUCATION AND TO T8E UENKRtL INTEREST OF THE COUNTEY. By D. F. BRADLEY & CO PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1883. VOL. XII. NO. Qa., has increased her li l s fty per cent. ' * are killing the surplus dogs in SOhatadooga. to prevent the spread of aSMAOL ; ildAng lots in the suburbs of Mont-. geipery, Ala., which not long ago were i*red for g,000, sold a few days since br $9,900. new Atlanta co.tton factory situ awn at the Exposition grounds, will be ready to commenee operations about the w. ' lEtof March. Corn is selling in 'some- portions of North Alabama at thirty-five cents per bushel, with not much demand even at that low figure. Two hundred new heuses are going up dn-Birmingham, Ala., and the popula tion is increasing at the rate of from 400 to 500 per month. Theeschool fund of Virginia has been increased by $500,000, one-fifth of which C sum Is to be devoted to the maintonan.-e of a colored normal -school. Mrs. Field, of San Antonio,...

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. — 25 January 1883

%N r{ s 'Z~N A T 25, 1889. .t tion, $1.50 per annum foreix 11!<0 '75 e'tes; strietly in aedeaner '. ' 4 tiaement tnserted rif o*e -o?Zatr rer ^= lre of one iuch er lese for t7e fprt *tnertion MAY etts for eaefi imberqant iaertion. frttdeto!ount nmaAer ttarcents and others dvertieutp for eo ftotihl'Pn'or kiy the year. ObtEts' ioyes 4n . Thbutea of Respect ag atyrea' d ertisementa A neanit ddidaes five dollars in ad The second number of the Newberry Ob serer, a neatly printed and ably edited weekly paper bat been reocived at this of. flee. The editor. Mr. W. 11. Wallace was, until tecontly, associated with 1hn,eaitorinl management of the Newberry Herald, and consequeniy is not; without experience in the 6ld' of journalism. We wish the 06 server, and all connected with it, abundawt success ot the uflertain ocean of journai, 1sm. The Princess Louise, daughter of Queen Victoria. and her husband, the Marquis of Lorne, arrived in Charlostoi last. Week, and set the city ablazo widi excit...

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. — 25 January 1883

to rI h oU o a Pi af huand 1y14p114e their pro d t on MondAy and was dis. ln e (ortll Its member "i tA hbir revpective homes tha 'her has been a great deal o it IU ng the past month and, it -nSeginne, the roads in llarce 'avl b omd abnost in)ustabl. 'Qsite a number of our cit izeri ttende Court on Monday, and *1tany' .them tcmemlt (1 'th< E14TNtF and muado thb prin't-dr. 'ppy. May long life, nih 'hap) iness a prospurity. be tih'ir lot Mr. T omas A. McMAhAtn, One (i he mos progressive and suc(sussfi1 "rmera I this Coity, says he tsem te ha w in the firs't, working of is corn nd cotton, and also on his heat oats. lie says it pays, nd he t i practical man an4 kn ows that1 he talking about. Maie , on the 13t,h instant, ut he Peld ice of W. N. liugho, Esq., r. John 1. Gibson to Miss Lau-, . Ulark,b oth of Greenville County Onr wrthy contomorary . 'hi reenville Jnterprise and Mountain r has boqi removed from it-4 form, locatio> to the Catgo Block on ain stro . ''ho ipa1tronage of th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 January 1883

_AflTii i4RE DOING. ~ 'I oVwhat motbert are doing to-night, vgadh lover the and ren in spotless white, r" Run4 many i happy tireside stand. 1BWturda ltl. ht,alnd, ros7 and sweet, 2'?ohfroiits tb like a oworlromn rain, Sttering about with ittle bare feet, And trailing night-dresses free from stain. I know what mothers are doing to-night, Puttingawaya toy or a 4l. ' Sari ng some dear ittle schoar raeite esson or text for her Sabbath-school. Laying out ready ,ree :ackets and caps, Seeing that shoes and stockings are right, Gloves, and collars, and cozy wraps, That's what mothers are doing to-ntght. Patiently mending some little torn dress, 8h end to think no better is there, Pung down needle and thread to caress Little ones bending besldo her in prayer. Praying herself, as she busily sews, Now a button, and now a tear: It's on Saturday night a mother knows The sweetest side of a mother s care. On Saturday night, when tho ohildron sloop, .And father st by the fire at rest, Tho angels gi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 February 1883

DEYOTD TO rOLI1IUC, RORALI1Y, EDUCATION AND TO TRE GNNERIL INTEREST OF THE COUVTiY. By_D. F. BRADLEY & 00. IICKENS, S. C , THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1883. VOL. XII. NO. . iue asylum of Alabama, has 19e1r arl llds yet white with cotton Tneseo, in 1882, produced 9,000, 'OQ bushel of wheat, and 78,000,000 bushels o, corn. Nine new cotton factories, with an aggregate capital of $1,725,500 have just been chartered in South Carolina. In five yqars the sales of governmen !' nds in Alabama, Arknsas, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi have increaed fourfold. The pine lands have been especially in demand. Frain the;deposit discovered in 1872, in the Appgmattox river, al Bermuda, Virginia, thro are now taken 1,000 tons annually or about a third of the fine ochre used in the United States. A test was made in Sparta on last Sat. urday of the amount of water a hale of cotton would absorb in Rbout one-half Ii an hour's rain. The increase in weight Y was thirty seven'pounds. The project for a Confe...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 February 1883

jZt Mitor ENS 0. H., S. 0.: " MUA=T 1, 1883. & F,sbcription, $1.60 per annum for six 70 cents; strictly in advance Iietets cnsrted at one dollar per ' u t one inh or less for the fret insertien tpy cents for each sbrequent insertion. J:beral discount made to merchants and othere alvertisint for six months or by the yetrr. Obituary Notie- -tnd Tributes of Respect chargedf"'r as etdvcrti)ements Announei Cenndidates five dollars in ad va nce. The Recent Legislature. The SE'feafurnal in comn ent ing upon the statement. made by us in the SrNTINt.L, that the recenti Legislature approprinted "about eighty thousand dollars more than the preceding Legislhtitie, &e., calle upon is for "figures antd facts-" We are sorry that we can not comply with the request at this time, as the .%cis of the last Legisla ture have not yet been published, ad we hare not seen tho appropriation bill. 11lheln tihe approprintionl 111 passed. it. was an notunnced, and has not been conl radicted, that the ap...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 February 1883

- RNILLLE ; t i ctgeaeive and popuIale 0ikd ' ho stand. NQ 1 in gho , ttnsile bu> nes.ai the.xpand% $9O fvillle, ag*Iu alkfress .ti sons of Piukens through our e,olumn, For ptrticulars, coneult helfsavertlsnmont. 3. 3rafnan, the Clothior-of Gi eon l has a new advertisement in bien the public is informed of the .tity nice and cheap goods he has hand. Mr. M. Warren Ford who well known to the people of Pick 3 for honesty uand polite attontion the general manager of the llouse. Dargan, the great book min in-, *ma our readers wheg they can d all kinds of books and' stations at bottom prices. Aessrs. Stokes & Irvine, loading vyoi-a of the Greenvillo bar pub I thui' card in this issue an1d it of our readers should need lo help they could not, find better noro responsible mnen. tA$LF.Y 1IOTEL .--. J. Smith has ontly taken chargo of the E;msley tel, and is now prepaured to ac imodato the traveling public in very best of Style. Ilis table.' Ibe Itupplied with tih best the rket, ufti rd...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 February 1883

XT ALhIU Ito3$o. tow ehall Y"tild, Ot or - g how the oYM tayo assune 1 That t a maso yougt - ht X te oAe baal uw u i r aQind b w A unadone, YOreyes a V4 mess that ruokless One 0 Who you, newly-born; o 01r"helpleae cradle" bent vlerae to turn, a his tiresomo compliment h A oWi unconcorn I ay---let my worda be so discoreet That, kee ing Chance in view, 6t Whatever after-fate you meet Apart inay still be true. e Let others wish you more good looks Your sox is aiways fair; Or to be writ in Fortuno a books- a She's rich who has to epare ; f I wish you but a heart that's kind, 0 A head that's sound and clear; (Yet let the heart be not too blind, The head not too severe 1) A Joy of life, a frank dolight, ( A moderate des'ire; f And if yo-u fail to Ouet a Knight, At least--a trusty Squire. TILE WEEPING ChAMlBER. An Ortenlal Legend. A strange story was once told me by a Levantine lady of my acquaintance, which I shall endeavor to relate-as tar as I am able with the necessary abridg- 1 ments-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 February 1883

DITOTJD TO rOLITICN, JORAL1ITY, 1l1UCATION AND TO TOEl GENKR4L INTEREST OF THE COUTiEY. ly D. F. IRADLEY & 00,._.. PICKENS SCT -S. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1883. VOL. XII. NO. 20 11 deeline of Raleigh's trade dung sat twelve months 4 said. to be z gtsed by freight disorimiotions. l"' iird's-eye maple, i4Ieh"sells for $160 t 000 feet in .nglawn, is uced for {' wRod in Westeen North Carolina. , T2to sheep 90,*n of Texas are losing .;heaviy. Ooh W. H. Martin, from a 4oo of fine merino sheep numbering { 3 2,500, lost 1,200. Abol500) negroes have left North Carolina through fear of small-pax, and have gone to work on the turpentine farms of Georgia. There is talk of an elevated railway at New Orleans, to run along the river front at a heighth of i.teen feet above the surface of the ground. In jrexas the State accommodations for the insane are utteriy inadequate. There are more than 1,000 subjects fit for an asylum, who are dependent on private care. Information from various sections ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 February 1883

n E . fTEBERVARY 8, 1883. "' 'osi eription, $1.50 per annum for,ix 7h, 7 cents; strictly in advance Ad,"e-g,.sements inaeed at one dollar per i,guare of one itch or les for the fret insertion and, fy cents for eieh subsequent insertion. ;,berit discount made to merchants and others tdvertidng"for sir months or by the year. ptarwry Notices and Tributes of Respect tharge lor as advertisement Annosnc%64t Candidat( five dollars in ad 'ence. W. T. Field and His Personal Slang. We publish elsewhere in tis issuo of Ta Utsamar, a communieat ion from Mr. W. T. Field, in which he asserts that. we have denoupoed the Legislature for passing cer tain Acts. This is not. true. We have made such criticisms of certain Acts of the Legislature as we thought they deserved, and have commended it for other Acts, but not one syllable or line written by us can be3stly eonstrued as a denunciation. But. the eoemnunlcation to equally untrue in ether respects and I characteristic of the man who wrote i. It sho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 February 1883

1fe is small pnR in Gr IIe V4, il' g peopleied , A sociable i t wEa' st;Fridauy evening. great many of the- citizens of <C bnt.y aire attendug the U. S. ort at Greenville, which is now in eselon. Mr. John' C. Cary, a prominent nescbant of Seneca was in town lat Monday. Mr. V. M. Kennemore has just teturnedfrom a tri to Cartorsvillo, ia., and is looking very much im. improved in health. Mr. Charles Thompson, son of Col. 11 A. Thompson. of Walhalla. visi ted relatives in Pickens this week. lIe says he likes the looks of our young ladies first rate, and thinks he will come again soon. Any Druggist will tell you what be knows about the merit of Shri ner's Indian Vermifuge. the popular r-emedy. .1 Married, January 14th, 133, by W. A. Clyde, Notary PtubRc, Mr. John Irvine and Miss Sarah Gil strap, all of Pickens. The Editor of Taz SENTINEL Went to Charleston last Saturday and un der instructions from the Board of Directors of the Penitentiary will make a thorough inspection of Con vict...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 February 1883

OT y tlrt rotettes:) t' ma itnlt and fw, , a thouand now at %I m.or the way. ,'? , pheto er the wayl iwl t.,'1 ic''o-o.ispi of doubt, t, lan'ern of faith tlaisue out, the mist booms the anoh.rod stl l ro'gns, and must mean well ' f, htle ones over the w y1" 4 Koughon, 4n chcraitan Union, itOUT ADV15NTURE IN LONDON. a night was hdoous. The autumn e were blowing a terrific hurricane. t was raining In torrents. I had the litortune of dining out, not far from ampstead, in one of those numerous abbrbs of ' London where cabs on a r'iny night or on any ordinary morn'ng are as scarce as pleasure yachts on the snmm t of the Rooky Mountains. I was, therefore. toiling ankle deep In water and drenched to the marrow, when suddenly a piercing yoll.rose for a sec ,nd or two above the continuous up. roar of the tempest. I rushed .orward. youn and active policeman, elter - V-nlg at the samne time froin some invii. bi spot,, passed me with lightning ra pidity. I quickly caught up with him. His helmet...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 February 1883

DEVOED T l'LITI O - DEVOTED TO I'OLITICS, IQRLITY, EDUCATION AND TO TUE UENER&L INTEREST OF TIlE COUNTRY By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKhNS, S. C, ' U A U [ U V .RDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1883, VI An old ladyv n HEWS' GLA EANDilZ8. Ostrich farma are to be established in Southwestern Texas. The demand for Georgia pine is great ly on the increase in the North. There are 3,400,000 acres of United 1tates lands for male in Mississippi. Four thousand merino bucks have been received by a San Antonio, Texas, firm. Lake City, Fla., is supplied with ebar meat, which is sold at fifteen cents per pound. The Governor of Alabama is mansion lees, and his salary is only sufficient for a bare subeiste>yce. The Vieksburg Herald estimates that there are forty pistols ato evei y subsoil plow in the State of Mississippi. Augusta, Ga., loses the $50,000 dona flon left by Gazaway B. Lamar, through a decision of the Urited States Supreme Court. The noted Indian mound at Tusca loosa is to be excavated. It i...

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. — 15 February 1883

8" F S ADLsY.stw PICK ENS 0. H.,. O.: HURSDAT, f f : T 15, 1883. !'or etsba tonv511.5O per annum fortix .nth&, 75 eetnt' arrie*p 4h ,fintsee Adve thse nents tnserted at we *1?Ner ptr uars of one itch or less for the ftrs? *lion d Afi cents for each subsequent insertion. iberal J.eount tnwA to +w' rmts and others foertising for six monthi-or ly the year. Obanery Notices and Tributes of Respect crged ftr as odVcrtisements A nnencing tCuttdidatee ffs 4*lrs in ad nce. C. C G. & U-0... The Greenville News says Ex-Go. Ham. ,.l, l'reslAe%t. of the Otena, Cumber ,i Gap & Chicago Railroad. passed throu s Greenville on the 10th inbt ant on his re in from a business trip to New York in e interest of his road Gov. ilagood speaks mfidently of the success of the enterprise i0 nys he completed impor'ant and fa. ,r:sble contracts for terminal facilities th the Louisville and the South Carolina -as. Encouragement was received rom .pitalist in New York and the financial a ut has left New ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 February 1883

The we$tbet'has oeon very "bad' 'ro the ls two weeks. Wheat looked '-a&he& bkh in the' tit/lr unt it is''"oming o6t" now 4cpo to see a good crop harvoI", ,c+l. :th prayer meetings at the Moth. * 0' ( t.'.'ct h e$ery Thursday night ar . "r.1tmng vety ?tCcresting and : I aI tendtb. A series of talks ' last Thursday night, -by t,,, ,+r: pastor and members,on ' sermon on the Mou,nt, "ontinue for several meet. everybody go out and '+1nb1'est '1'h Lli&hh. ott Keunnonore killed a tat woek. The dog fir-t - in but he climbed on top w. the dog cod not hViere the remained until ..tarted off-then ho fol 6,+;i tt'll ho had a fit, when )atched him with a fence . Cobb will accept our an invi'tation to attend fourth annual comrnee e Medical College of the 'ath Carolina of the class the Academy of Musik, S. C., March Ist, 1883." . a medicai student of the d will gitdtrxt' in this become a full -fledged ENT.-- We re'. ret to AiVtS. llIIrton & Brown have been forced tomake men t fo'r t...

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. — 15 February 1883

JO ~ r M~Y5 AL o1u. Gray was go tome one night And the snow op 4e -ground was oolts and white, The wind moaned chill through the pinetuos' a..:..ranks. And the river had overflowed its bgnks The ice-cakes raced down the swollen ihje, And the current was strong, and the waters wide; And out in the midst of the stream he heard, As faint as the pip of a frightened bird, The cry of a chile. lie turned in a trice, And saw a babe afloat on the Ice. The stream with connecting Ice was yacked, liat, with Gray to think was at once to act. li threw off his we-n great-coat to leap, Undaunted, into the icy teep' And bravely he swam, but thie tilo was etrong, And his brawny ars were tire<d ore long. Thr-oo timos the current bore hill ashoro, And he felt that he coulti struggle no tuorO. "Why should I rise my life?" lie said: "Why shouldl risk m" childron's l>read? My babes are at home, an<l aslee, and safe lilali I give my life for this wretchod waif?" But the tiought Inaie the father's ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 February 1883

JO "AA 8 T R4L. 3ona was going hone one night "' r"~ And t esnow on the -ground was oolb and o white,o The wind moaned ohlU through the pinettes' yq ranks, And the river had overflowed ite b nks; A The Ice-cakes raced down the swollen IlQe, ti And the current as strong, and the waters t wide; And out in the midst of the stream he heard, ? As faint asthe pipe of a frightened bird, d The cry of a child. Io turned in a trice, And saw a babo afloat on the ice. The stream with connecting ice was Packod lint with Gray to think was at once to act. * lie threw off his warm great-coat to leap, a Undaunted, into the Icy deep, 0 And bravely he swan, but the tidlo was t-ong, ' And his brawny arms were tired oro long. Three times the current bore hlt aslore, b And ho felt that he could struggle no inoro. 1 "Why should I rise my life?" hesaid: ol "Why should lI risk my children's bread? It My babes are at holno, and asIeei), antd safe- w hitali I give m' life for this wretched waif?" hut the thou...

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. — 22 February 1883

S lir I)EYOTED TO POLITIs, MOI;AITY EDUCATION ANI) TO!fE GENERAL INTEREN-9 OF? THE COUNT__ By D. . B-ADLEY & CO. IICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22 1883, VOL. XII. NO. 22. -- --- -_- --- .- F BRUA Y 2, lb 3,Vol X1 . . NEWS GLEANINGS. There are 60,000 colored Baptists in T neesee, with 150 churches. West Virginia contains 52,00 persons o er ten years of age who cannot read. .Acording to the official statistics there 9ere in Arkansae on June 80, 1882, 1,415 school-houses. The new city hall at Rome, Ga.; has just been completed at a cost of $16,000. The street car companies of New Or - . le.gns/altogether collect about 70,000 fares daily.. Ex-Gov. Warmoth, of Louisiana, has been in Maine buying machinery for a beet- root factory on his plantation. Two years ago Werson, Miss., was on 'ly a pine.forest. It has now a cotton mill empldying 1,000 hands, and nearly 8,00 inhabitants. The Texas cattle drive for the coining spring is estimated at 220,000 head. Of these not moie than 120,0...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 February 1883

D 1'OLITICS, NOIIAI'ITY, FIUCATION AND TO 'hE IIENERIL INTE'ESC OF TIIE COUNTY : By D. F BRADLEY & CO -'CKIN -. - HRDY . BR. PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1883. VOL. XII. NO. 22 - - - - - - - - t NEWS GLEANINGS. There are 60,000 colored Baptists in sfneesee, with 150 churches. West Virginia contains 62,C00 persons ver ten years of age who cannot read. .'According to the official statistics there gere. in Arkansa on June 30, 1882, 1,415 school-houses. The new city hall at Rome, Ga.-, has just been completed at a cost of $15,000. The street car companies of New Or -" leena /altogether collect about 70,000 fares daly. Ex-Gov. Warmoth, of Louisiana, has been in Maine buying machinery ror a beet-root factory on his plantation. Two years ago Weeson, Miss., was on 'ly a pine forest. It has now a cotton mill empleying 1,000 bands, and nearly 8,00 inhabitants. The Texas cattle drive for the coming spring is estimated at 220,000 head. Of these not more than 120,000 will reach the ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 February 1883

'lE SEN'T N E L. D. F ,BRADLE.Bditor PICK ENS O. II.,8S. C.: T$URSDAY, PEBRUARY 22, 1883. t _____ _______ I T E R MSi t"4 l 'For asubcription, $1.60 per annum for sit month., 76 cents; strictly in advance 'Adve tisements rnserrel at one dollar per t equare of one inch or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for earh subsequent insertion. Iiberul discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by, the ,year. Obituary Noticis and Tributes of Respect V charyed.for as advertisements el Announcing Candidatea jive dollare in ad- w vilnce. The price of coffo 1 as advanced about tIl two cents on the pound. or - -o" - Cr Oliver Bristow was sentenced to be hung at Camden last week, on the 301th day of W Z arch, next, for the murder of Fred M. aLt Alel)owall. u It is rumored in Columbia that. Senator 2 I1am pt on Avill soon resign his seat in the in S nate, and- the politicians are casting Cu about to tind a itn to suecced him. Sev, eral unities have suggested. but....

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