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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 February 1883

LOc.JALF iTEMS. Mr. Morris has redentl.y located im stetim siw mill near thIA plauie t6nd is awing lumbe'r with a Rush. Sovotl of our best farmors are talking of purohasin;; tulty plows t1he spirit of -progrttB i mua'cfiinny on. . rho 'eomtniention of "Tencher" i s.rowc!, t if :, 1-suu . It w ill *' l1. I;; 1 l ;. T . - oking better a Mid without some disastor befalls it, there will be a good crop made. Tho. continued bad weather has tbrown the farnora. considerably bo llinid with tho breaking up of their , 4an and sowin! of spring oats. Itain fel heavily on list SaL uri ay evenltig, at this place, as we enn te. 'tify from person,al exp io nve It kseured off on So.idaiy Iniglht, howterv er, and we hope to have at "pull" oI good weather. Married, Pb. 13th, 1883, it the 7tesidence of the Bride's jothor, by Rev. S. P. II. Elwell, Dr. J. B. 1\atlorst,)ne, of Ashville, N C. to Miss C. t. Foster, of Pickuns Co. S.C. It is within the power of every manl to double his croli, p I )lrn,, nell...

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. — 22 February 1883

CHILDHOOD. t tI Ny ohildhood daysI Their memory otrs bi now: I dream and try to call them baok again; C But, through the iooting years that comoei yt g0, call in vain. W el Oh I they wore happy, careless, golden days, to When, unrestrained, I sported glad and free Whon every moment, with Its boyish plays, ti Had joy for me. sit Time then had no beginning, nor no end; A The prosdnt was a paradise of years; n1 No care could with my happiness .ontend, ,s To bring the tears. Each token of the ovor-wofcoil s pring )C Was treasured thou, as of a wonith untold; Each silvery bir<"song would to fancy bring it A gemi of goldi. 11C arl The summer diys brought only glad content- , A bright suterossion1 or unweario(l hours An endless holiday, rich-froighted, spoit O Among heti flowers. . M The sombor nutumn, with its harvest store, al its ripened fruits in rich abutntlanco plied. co Drought pleasures that wcro nbvor felt be la: IorU To me, a child. sil Stern, tcy) winter could not check the s...

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. — 1 March 1883

I) VO t TO 1OLIII M, MOlAI TY, DUCATION ANIf TO TOE By D- F. -Yl -ENERYML INTEiEsT OF TE COUMTY. By D. F. BRADLEY & C0. PICKENS, S. C , TIIURISDA.M .1u11Qt,lTVT ?1t ~ ~ 14 ff }'.\t4 , f NEWS GLEANINGS. Atlanta has docided to make war on the Epglish sparrow. he Gordon monument in Wright Square, Savannah, has bcen completed. = The warohoures of Danville, Va., are orowdcd with leaf tobacco, which is seoll e Ing hig;h. An old lady asked at the Eandersville, Ga., post-( flice for "yaller ctevelopme:nts to do letters uip in." Nt The First National Bank of Colum bus, Miss., is now in operattim. It is the only national bank in the State. A cempany has contracte: with the - Richmond, Va., City Council to furnish gas at sixty cents per 1,000 cubic feet. A woman in Hart county, (at., has given birth to twenty-one childr< nl and does not seeni to have had any g,rave yard luck. She has raised them alt. A bin containing 3,000 bushae!s ( f (ot ton aeed at Lancaster, Texas, exilndcd from the...

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. — 1 March 1883

TH" SENTINEL F -3RADLE', no~ PIC1EN8 0, .. 8 C.: ' TJRIDAT, MARxCf 1, 1883. TIluiM# s Por st4ep'litton, $1.60 per drrnem faro( mNontha, 76 cents; stritk(y its mjo'(" Adve ti,semetnts inserted al one dollor per 1rtwr of ons iItch or less"for te frol insertion fl(n Iftry ernta for eitrh sit/:str]lett ittaertion. ,if,errll,b,cott ,Ir to nef'rints anfd others trfrertiini fAir sir months or by the ,yerr. Ob tetr!/ Notices ai'i Tritbutes of Respect eItgtitdt.a rta a :'ertiseinenta A nno;tt.ry I ntiet fit*e dollare fn ad Blow 8ohedule. The citisenw of Anderson rnil Walhallr Fre very j)r -arlycn . in of a change re eitly inntt' .. . -- t'nd sl i , o the ile Ililge 1in' -* - . . now rit eis 'I ."..l freight 'nd t " . - h." ii . ,n:- t o is nit o irage, i ---i ..i ,-- , e . .< hour is ndee. There < train should be to bug rntrtng toil Ia Wnllatl,t, unless it is imply to fre nd worry the pa-aengers who ire obliged I< travel on the ronil ital the cilizens wh< 1ive along the line. The...

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. — 1 March 1883

Several of our citilens are sick Wh cold. The wind blow cold from the 2urth west lati, Monday. There wa.!A failure at Walhulla Mnd one at Wllitmston last, week. The communieation of "Liberty" i> cro#ded out of this issue. It will appear next week. See changes In the advortisetnentx .I Messrs. E W. Marshall & Co., J. 9 Black, and Ferguson & Miller. The swine tribe seems to be ratlier 4OUt're at this tile in this section, 1sut everybody are trying to rase them and they will be plentiful hereaftor. Mr. Jao. R. Gohsott, Agent for the Navassa (tuatn has an adver t.etiomt in this weeks SENiiNEr,. May of our fatrmers have tried te Nevassa and know what it is. They ilao know Mr. Gossett to be accom '%todatting, obliging and a gentleman Ah every respect. The penalty for fighting in the town of Liberty is the erection of ti cedar horse rack. Four of this titd have been "fit," out i t, be town. We are gratiied to learn that inl till probability the Rev. J. R. Ri:ey, 1).D , will acce...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 March 1883

fc 1 lITII AND POINT. ---I'll make you dance," said an Irate a mother, pursuing an erring 'on, slipper In hand. "Then," remarked the jve. nile, "we shall have a bawl. --It is the easiest thing in the world to pp tell a man of brains from a fool, half a square off--a man of brains never acts ii as if he owned the whole stroet. JI .-" Employment so certainly produces P' cheerfulness, ' old Bishop Hall used to ' say, "that I have known a man to como home In high spirits from a funeral be- o' cause be had the management of it." al -Said a little daughter: "Oh, man ma, I do love Sunday so much." "I a am glad you do, my darling; but why c do you love the Sabbath so much?" "Oh, because we have fiss-balls for breakfast." t -Once, wnen papa was carrying Ava I aeross an icy spot, he slipped a little le several times. Ava tightened her wee hi arms around his neck. "I'll hold you at op just as tight, papa,'' said she, "and w thon vou won't fall down." in -" Confound tho3o cats!" exclaimed st ol...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 March 1883

t7 , '' j0'A "'rlr ..S . , n "" } :" i Z ' 7t w .- , {' 1w. >x .w V"h'it . rS'+.7 DEDVOTED TO I'OLITICS, MORIALITY, EDUCATION AND TO TIIE G~ENEIL INTEREST OF' THE COUNTRtY. By D. F. BRADLEY & CO, 1I1CKENS, S. C., TIHIURSDAY, MARCH 8,1883. V OL. XII. NO.24 NFWS GLEANINGSS Orange trees are being shipped to South Florida. A perfect gold fever is raging in Polk county, North Carolina. There is a negro boy in Nash county, A N. C., that is seven feet high. Freight trains are prohibited from running on Sunday in Alabama. West Virginia contains 52,000 persons over ten years of age who cannot read. here were 1,350 arrivals at the Cedar Keys hotels during the month of Janu ary. About $5,000,000 is the amount now invested in the manufacture of pig iron in Alabama. A bill making it a criminal offenFo to deal in futures has pasied the Alabama State Senate. Sixteen very large whales drifted ashore on thc sea beach near Cananeral. Florida, recently. A negro in Newberry county, South Carolin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 March 1883

8ETINE D. P .3RADLEY.Editor PICKENS 0. H.,8. C.: TU$MA't, A 1 8, 1883 For subscription, $1.50 per atnnufs f months, 75 cents; strictly in advance Adve tiaements Inserted at one delle euvera of one iuch or less for the fiet inset wr.. ffty cents for each subseittrnt inaeri Liberal discount umnde to *errhbante and of advertising for ei. months or by the yedr. Obituary Noticea end rributes of lci ehargedfor as adocrtisements Announcing Candidatee fide dollar. in tdnCr. Govenor btepheis, or Georgia, was th ght to be.dyiog at midnight Smtardnty ni --.ct. iis physicians thought he could -' live three hours. Since writing the above we have see copy of the Atlanta Conetitution in wh the death of the great Georgian is announ lie died at about 3 o'clock on Sint morning. Mr. Stephens was Vice Pre dent of the Confederate States, and onc the ablest, purest and nsost. patriotic c raens of the Union. lie was seventy-< years old. and had been an invalid nea all his life. The term of the present ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 March 1883

Gardening operations are now the orur of the day. Major B. A. Child is attending Anderson Court. The Town Council have had some work done on the streets. Shade trees have been set out on both sides of the principal streets of '.ur tow.. - Chickens are searce in this mark, .t, but there is a plethora of eggs S nd butter. The farmers have commenced thieir farming operations in good 1:rnest. We would.advise them to tiake the cotton crop a secondary . naideration. Col. IIoke is now progressing f nnly with the work on the new " "(hool house and will soon have it tady for occupancy. Mr. William Ellis, near Easloy - ntion recently had two hogs to mad. They out up many "an a" befote they died. J. 0. Cobb of Easley Station, grad. ted at the Charleston Medical liege last week with distinction. Cobb is a young man of ability d we predict for him a brilliant i honorable caree in his profos, n. We were pleased to meet Martin Welboro formerly of this County, !, now of Oconee,. in our town t week....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 March 1883

$r1ngidg 'a Ded Naa-to Life. A officer of the English line, while pass through a native village, aas annoy by the importunity of a 3ndoo , whom no rebuff seemed to disoouoer At longth, when the filthy vagrant aeoonded h petition by laying his gruny hand upon the Englisinman's arm, the latter, foolishly giving way to anger, re paid the freedom with a straightforward blow from the shiuldei', de,ivered with - such hearty good-will that the poor Iin doo- fell like a log, to all appearance dead. Before the assailant could recover from his bewilderment at this unlooked-for catastrophe, a howling swarm of natives came rushing to the spot, and with fran tie cries for vengeance upon the mur derer of their countrynan, dragged him off to the local magistrate, carrying with them as evidenco the body of the slain man. Matters might well look gloomy for the prisoner, for the body showed not the sliglhtesf sign of life, while the cud p At hlimself, overwlolnied with horror at t fatal consequciies ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 March 1883

------ -- I) T1 !'ULITI C, MORALITY, ElUCATIUN AND TO TTF; GENEl L INI'ECS 4)1 Tir; C0Ur yi By 3. F. BRADLEY & (0. PICKENS, S. C , TH URS DAY MARCH 15 18813 VOL ------V-L. XII. NO.2. .TO1ICS. OF THE DA? - Q=AT BnrrArw has no less than .1,674 Generals in her army, but only 250 of them are in active service. Ttn Inspector of Milk, in Hartford, Ct., recently found soven samples of milk out of thirty-five adulterated with water or skim milk. IN Massaohusetts there 1. Ie* divorce to twenty-one marriages ; in Vermont, New Hampshlro and Conneoticut, about one to fourteen ; in Rhodo island, one to twelve ; in Maine, one to Cight. A LATN Assistant Commissioner of Ireland says that a proper system of ar terial drainage is the most practical way of assisting the solution of the "Irish question." ly such a system landsu could hos relainied and farmors would take the place of laborers. AN EMINENT French physician, who has known Prince iisnark well for near ly a quarter of a century, says tha...

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 March 1883

PICKENS V, (I., s .: R3SDA ! A22 ' 15, 1883. TIERIMS : For eubacrlption, $1.50 per annum for si tanoths, 75 cents; etrictly in advance Adve tiaements inserted aL one dolIrr pe 0juara of one it4h or less" or the inJerltor hra fifty cents |or eeeh sutsequenl in<tertion Jiberaldiscoun mate 'T merrhants and other, advertisin.for six monthsa or by the year. Obst,tary Notiecs and Tributes of Respee rhtfged for as advertisemnts A nnwrnnin Candidates ive dollars in ad Carolina, Cumborland Gap & Chicago Railroad. 1'olonei S. .,. Uampbell, Secretary. and M:j. W. J. Kirk, Chief Engineer, are rid ing over the line of our Railroad, selecting site> for depoMe itii eectring the right of way. The Financial Agent of the road is in Europe negotiatling the bonds and se curing money. The actual coustruction of the road tatly contmence in A pril, or it may be some later before everything is in readiness. Gov. lingood is doing every thing he can for the road and its tilm initte euccess is a dea...

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

I 4)CL TJMM 1' A 140.4 L. I'T jMs. All fools day is apraaching. W 'ave a level-hdod6d Board of Cr,n n iv Commissioners. 3:m J. E. Boggs and his amiable )halt spent a portion of last :' , ' AnJereon. iGotene skatit- tink is building *t " soft peaces will follow close v ti,b, heels of its organization. II H. Bowen killed a cow last u~i' morning which had been :; y a rabid dog and showed igns of hydrophobia. tmance of agriculturo is to i b -,ey freely, harvest your cr'op in tie fll, pay f' r no' and have ia good time. '). 3. Marshall, of Greenville, e"i shot himself in Florida a r1:' day and is dead-another "cenvillo's ont,erpristing cit t >no. mmunications of Trustee, ,O "Liberty,", Sigma mnd 's Frivend" are all crowd, ,his issue. They will ap week. no arm of Stradley, Barr & Co t 'Treenville hah been dissolved, Mr. ndford r'tiring. Ilfe'mrs. Strad & Iflrr avb now tho proprietors. Change in their advertisement. 'ha sash has been put in the In ite, and the building is rapid-...

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 March 1883

A French View of Ameriea. The Kosmos of most Frenehmen lies between Belgitum and the Pyrenees, the Mediterranean and the English Channel. When they attempted to describe any thing beyond their own confines they aro very apt to blunder consummately. They seldom get anything right off tle.'r own soil. Of this country they nearly al ways chronicle marvelousthings-indeod, however senous they may be, they very rarely fail to be comical in dealing wr"ith America. Thelatestunconscions htunor ist is Jules Saussa, who has published a romance-in a (loublo senso---entitled the "Societe dei Mouchards," the action being laid in France, Italy, Zululand and the United States. H pays a delicato compliment to tlli city by calling it the rendezvous of all the scoundrels in Eu rope. One of his most, striking person ages is a Mrs. Pitt, aged eighty, remark al do for two fangs, like a boar's, (ntd an insatiable alpt'tite for what ho calls le (or(1, C' omlosed of nmuch whisky, little water, h'nmon and ru...

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 March 1883

yU DI. FO D'(PLI IC N, .ORAI TY, EDUCATION AND TO T E (-ENR, 1NIERFSI' I TlXULTN.Y. By D. F. B3RADLEY & CO. P~ICKENS, S. C , T IURSJ)AY, MARCH 12 2 1883. VO.XIN.2. babe in her arms, she awoke at 3 o'clocl in the morning, and missing her chit s,he began to search around in the be for it, but could not find it at lirm This frightened the poor mother so thn she made a careful sen.ch for it, an when she found it it was suspended b; tween the side of the house and he(] cold and lifeless. A Striking Resemblance. We once told a skory of two ";hmker down East who so n1eariy re'nmltd otml another in cortain caittraebristiec. H4 r is another somewhlatt like nl;lu) it - a sttor of two brothers, who were 1iVycra, anl p)ractieing in the some towii---Nwhi i certainly worth telling: A certaingentlln reqiuiring legal is sistaneC 111d been1 1e'OtnuI1iend. led t) ,l Of the two brothers, but lnul fcr--th the Christian Inamo of liimt he souhllt; s he called at the ollie0 of the one tin. found and a...

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

THE SENTiNEL D. F .3RADL Y,Mit-or PICKENS 0. 11.. S. C.: THURSD.Ak , MARCH 22v 1283. For subscription, $1.60 per annum forsix 9ontlhs, 75 ents; strictly in adoance Adve tionients inserted al one dol)er pr squat3 of one itlch or le"s frr Ike fh-st insertion and ftiy cents for eaeh sil'ser1tent iasertion. Liberal Jiscount nade .n mn"rei,ant.r and others advertisinq for toe tonrths or by the year. ObtNatri NoIicrs nld T'rr>utes of Respect chArgedfor em adeertisenents Anno*ni n Candiuatesfiec dollars iN ad Our IFailroad. Capt. Kirk and Col. CaMpluell were in town hwst. week. They are riling over the iroad securing the riglhtts of way, loeni tig tIopots, &c. At this place the necessary ground for the htilding of a depot., tiaking sidc 4rnaks, &c., was given by Mr. .J. C. Giitlin ot l'utnpkintown rstreet. This se cnrvts t'he depot withitt the Corporate limlitt of out town. We regret to learnr that these gentlemen experienced tnore trouble in se cutiing the right. of wily inl l4...

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

LOCAL I'T'E1M. ''ho lantern hats bon Very effo ivoly l-.tod on the colerud '-brud lor" )tt Easley. Th:0 I:" veiuo mill ht this pINce 11'noneod grinding out grist ( g u 1w nLst term of the United lurt at ruooiViill'. *' -moiihor A. M. Folgor Still solls - iar hFortili, er", known ttr+ Nono butter in tho State. i and try it. Copuland was convicted at last woolC fo' the inu-der IInnt,icu;t, atnd settnced1 digud on the 27th day of .!Ith. 4ble Hi\picnco is bottor than i hiiling" -ailrd the samie .,)d of A ll(?y a c ni re'pared it,h homo :nldu)'m51 r uro. Mairriel,on Tnl-rday Mti'e'.h If1Ith R ll. M. Allen, at theo ru-.iencu o to bride's mnotheoi', Mr. B. F. Blac1k -ly of (1rieenv'i"4,. to M Iins .Lucy rock of Piekoos Cou'nty. 'TtsoNAL.- R ,G illilnr.dl Jr. mn o'f 1)r, i(. J. Gilliland of a,-lcy. n'aluatted ilnimedicine with (listirne, on at the 'Univer'sity of Marylai i the 15th instant. Dr. Giiliai , at young Inll of mtch pIronilise and 'ill d(ou ttleMs 111ke lli.y ini utik in his r(oes...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 March 1883

he 'Fnid" Speoatlea In MANaoh' setts. The chief topic of conversation this k week has boon the sudden and unao- P countable changes in certain business place., and the collaspe of the Chicago b grain speculators' expectations. Vari- ti ous reasons are assigned for the bu <i- u nes changes, and dilerent re plo be- I leve diflerent stories. Some of the tales U are scarcely to be credited, and it is said i that persons of whom they are s being told threaten to make the N gossipers prove their assertions. It isto be hoped if they make the at empt a they will succeed, and not find them selves in the predicament a certain 3 politician is sai( to have once found A himself. Returning home one night, P in quite "a state of mind" his wife w asked what the matter was. "'hat t scoundrel Jones called me a liar le'oro o the whole meeting," he replied. "'lIht 11 that hadn't ought to annoy you," she P s.id, "for he couldn't prove it." 11 "There's the trouble," ro.ired the hus- 1 band, "for ho di...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 March 1883

fw. b;$O I'EU TO t'OL rU;w, 31ORLAI,I Y, 111UCITION AND TO THEP GENkR sL 1N I'LESH OF 1,,il? COU titY. By D. F. BRADLEY & CO. PICKI.NS, S. C, '1IIURS.DAY, MARCH 29,1883. VOL X-I_ NO 27.-- __ ao. has been made a slgpa ie;; tatlon. A three hundred pound Porpoise has en caught near Wilmington, N. 0. The amount of naval ttor'es produced tin North Carolina is more than double 'lbs yield of all the other States com 14ned. There is about the usual average of wheat sown in Tennessee, and farmers are expecting good crops. A raft of 400 walnut logs for New Orleane, to be shfpped to Boston, is Xf4y to leave tittle Rock. A. M. Scott, of Hill county, Texas, raised last season'680;bushels of sweet pot.tees ou one acre of ground. Bitds-eye maple, which sells for $150 per 1.000 feet in England, is used for Are wood in North Carolina. Eighteen Mormon elders are in Chat.. tanooga, on their way to different points South, where they Lo proselyting. A New York fin will shortly estab lish a regular l...

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 March 1883

B. F .3RADLEY.ddtto PICKE NS Q, It,, S. 0.: MUR AT, MAR1 29, 1883. At adbaefiption, $1.50 per annum JorSix months, 75 cents; strielly in adtance Adve tisrments tnserled al one df7ae r t*ltra ofjr, intA or le.,;>r the rit t'nertion ttd ffty cents for eart 1O71irquiet insertion. Liberal discount made to nrerhaWtsand others advertising for ietrotMior t,y the year. Ob1trarr .A'oftrn -nd Tributes of Respect chergtdAfor as Aducrtisenenta Annonoing Candidates Jitw dollars in ad Radical Persecutiobs. 'Brewster has employed the carpet bagger Willard, who the Democrats through a mis tA en policy elevated to the Supreme Jis, ficeship of this State, and one :nyder. or 'ennf8tva'art, t'nd Croswly of Nev York, to, ntsi Mellon in the persecution of Demno tffiie voters throughout t he St ate. 'he"y have therr agen4s out in different sections of the State 'm'bafai eringcases 'tno 'h 'rieel nt the npproaching Aptil term of the Uniita -States Court at Charleston. Tlie cnting, ycophantic ronegade, M...

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