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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 July 1886

QIeNl' (FroS the Boston Commercial Bulletin.) The earli.L... ptter in the Mathpr papers that aludCs ,to the delusin Of witchcraft is "The :testimony o Wilt - liam Mors sni his wift," relatin der- j ,.tiin qvents that ,9cQurred .at his 1ouse 11h 1479, which w#ere' believed to be the result of witchcraft. This testimony was inclosed In a letter froln tiro Rev. Joshua Moodey to the 'Xev. Increase Maher. "The last thing heard of," says the venerable divine, "was 1he L carrying away of seycral axes in the 1 --night notwithstanding they were lad c up, yea, lockt up very safe, as the t owner thought, at least, which was ,Aone this spring." The tramp had 6 evidently not yet. beenc invented for the benefit cf the careless. It secns thtt Master Mors and his wito had but just retired for the night when they were roused by the violent falling of "Stokes & Stons". on the root On opening the door to discover the cause of these nocturnal disturh ances both he a>d his wife were dt*ven back b...

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. — 8 July 1886

714 k VOL. XV. PICKE;NS, S. C., TIIURSI)AY, JUL Y 8, 1886. N O. 41 iOUN''AIN MEAD)OV. ONE OF T1E ATiiOCIll: t'iEis of THEj WEOT. A Story Thrillihgly Iteiold--Nenrly One Hun dred Emigrante Ilatughtcred iand $70,W0Xl Worth of Property Stolei.-The Bodien Ilorrl. bl,y Mutilated, Itc. In a work relating to Indian history, by J. P. Dunn, Jr., recently published by the Harper's, the author gives a vivid and authentic sketch of the atrocious Mountain Mcadow massacre, the thought of which excites burning indignatiol to-day, although nearly thirty years have passed since this dark stail nin Anmeriean annals. As illustrating the savage spirit which incited this horrible crime, the - writer quotes from at sermonit of Brigham Young, published in the Desertet N ews just prior to the wholesale murders. Young tells his congregation: "I could refer you to lots of instances where men have bcen righteously slain in order to atone for their sins. I have seen scores and hundreds of people for whom there...

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. — 8 July 1886

VOL. XV. P~1IUh1ENS, S. Ui., TIIS1)AY, JT, ,l MOUNTAIN MEAIDOW. ONE OF THE ATI'ot'to't's t'IM11ES OF TIE WEST. A Story 'Thrillinigly Retold--Nearly (ne u1111. dred Emnigrant" Mlaughterd and $70,O(N) .Worth of Properly Stolen.-'TIhe lieN Ilorri bly Mutilated, Itte. In a work relating to Indian history, by J. P. Dunn, Jr., recently published by the Harper's, the Luthor gives a vivid and authentic sketch of the atrocious f Mountain Meadow massacre, the thought of which excites burning indignationl to-day, although nearly thirty years have passed since this dark stain im American annals. As illustrating the savage spirit which incited this horriblo Crime, the - writer quotes from a sermon of Brighm Young, published in the )esertet News just prior to the wholesale murders. Young tells his congregation: "I could refer you to lots of instances where men have beent righteously slain in order to atone for their sins. I have seen scores and hundreds of people for whom there would have beent 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. — 8 July 1886

THE SENTINEL. J. E. BOGG8 Ebron. D. F. BRADLEY & CO., I'oPRPKORB. PICKENS 0. IH.,S. C.: THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1886. The Primary System. The primary system of nominating a candidate for Congress from tho Third District is impracticbale under the present constitution of the State Democratic Party. We are, and have boon in favor of the prineiple of the primary system for the Distrit nom ination, but it would not be safe to risk the plan, or establish it as a cus t'om, ulless District politics can be brought down to as fine a point as county politics. Under the constitu lion of the party the county conven tion makes whatever rules are neces sary for the loection, but the District convention has no such authority. Until there is an amendment, the Congressional convention can meet for no other purpose than to select a canci late for Congress. The Uso.i'ns aud~ the Crops. It has rained and rained again, and it. did look like it was going to rain the summer through Some of the farmors seem ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 July 1886

* cC1A.L ITEMS. The Hardins are reported as still im proving. Mr. Harrison McKee has a stump suoking hog. FOR SAL.-A Fine Setter Pup, partly t ained, apply to this office. Mrs. Henry C. Markly, of Greenville, died en the 8d instant. -800 bushels blackberries at Oki. H. B. HEnDRuoHs. ,ihat the Teachers' Institute "t, t t , e14th inst. Be sure to come. 'N Vary flyers, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. R. Major, of this place. We do not hear of any one boasting about a fine crop of tobacco. Miss Charlotte Murfi, of this place, is visiting relatives and friends in Green ville. The beautiful grove in front of Judge Durant's dwelling is daily becoming more attractive. Mrs. W. M. McCaslan and daughter, Miss Marie, are visiting relatives and friends at Greenwood. So far, this summer, shade trees have been of very little use, but fire wood was in demand the lt day of July. Don't forget to cleanse your premises and thereby perhaps save the burial of some member of your family. Rev. J. T. Burdin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 July 1886

' t 3;" 11ANC7It JOLLY, - Vh kxplolts of a Daring Guerrlla who Operated in Georgia and Carolina. .(Proml the Athens. 0&., Banner.) Many af our readers remember 4Mance" Jolly, who oporated in South Carolina and Georgia soon after the war, and was a tcrror to those that wore the bluc. Jolly had a terrible account to settle with the Yankees, andi he paid the debt with interest. Five of his brothers had been killed during the war, and he swore that he would kill five Yankees for each one of his brothers that were slain. After a truce was declared bctwccn Jolly and the Yankees, ie went to Texas and mnrried. llis father-in-law gave him a plantatioln on the Opposite tide t the river, and Jolly commenced btulding a house, and would swi-n his horse that he redo while on his many raids in Georgia over to where he was buihhng. lie was returnintg to his father-in-law's for dinner, and while about midway the stream, "Dixie," the name of Jolly's horse, gave out and they went downi together, t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 July 1886

-i 1. A VOL. XV. P~1CK1,NS, S. C., TJIIUISDAY, JULIY15 8.NB s O)LD TIME JElBSEY MO)IMONS. BUT TWO LIFI' OF T';IIE ANCIE\'' BIUE RIDGE ('011.ONY. How a lIt Lotte .liIlonarv Stnrllcd a /Quk'tt ountry 'omnu:lly antd a1de Mlorao,IM of 'iemt Tiitty Yenrs Ago. (Frcm the Ne'c York star) The death of old Tom Perry, the greatest Mormon cider east of Utahl 'til the leader in what was once a settlmient of 250 of the Latter Day Saints, which occurred at Perryville, N. J., last week, virtually closes the history of Mormon ism in New Jersey. Of all the olt set tlement but two peopl now remain one, Adeline Meyers, an old maid, now residing in llainesvillo; atndl the other, Martin liecton, an old bachelor, living away back in the 131ue 1idge Mountaiins, fifteen miles from Deckertown. The history of this comnnity, as obtained I from Silas SIuydani, or ''Vloa-b oy Silo" as he is more coinuonly ealled, is an in terest:iag one. III fac't, old Silo himself is in an ilterestling story. Sile is one of l o...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 July 1886

.z 1OGS EmoA SJ: R. 110M IS EITOR. BR I f LEY & GO., Pnormuve>a. PICENS 0. II..S. C.: r TIIURSDAY, JULY 15, 1886. s A Wide Gap. Article 4, section 11 of the State Constitution reads- "All vacancies in the Scpreme Court or other inferior tribunals shall be filled by elect ions as herein proscribed: PnovmE), That if the unexpired term does not, ex eced one year, such vawancy may be f illed by Executive appointment." "Filled by elections as herein pre scribed," imeans by joint ballot of the General Assembly. Judges are elected for a term of four years; ao the death, rsignation or removal from the state of a circuit judge i any time during the first three years of his term, either malkes a vacancy on the circuit of which he was judge, or nocessitates an extra session of the Legislature to elect his successor. Almost every year, there is eight chances for this diffiiculty to arise. Of course no circuit can afford to he without a judge many days at a time. An extra session of the L...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 July 1886

F iir eks uni the Primary Election. qas another flood in Greenville last iturday night. Mr. W. H. Ashmore has one acre of oboi that is hard to beat. W are glad to learn that Mr. W. W. flobinson, of Easley, is convalescent h safest rule to be observed about a t44ado is to be some where else. Seneca oJity is one of the most thriv iag towns on the Air Line Railroad. Mr. H. B. HeiMrioks has manufactured 4ighty gAllons of wine from black berries. The twelve Mile Campmecting wil 1mmenoe Thursday before the second '-abbath in August. The heavy rain on the 8th inst, at and h4low Liberty, was accompanied by a .olent wind which blow down many trees. Mr. F. W. Drynan has a cabbage in his garden, two years old, which is de eloping a head on the second year's cqwth. There was on the 8th instant, s trem 1iduously hard rain just above Liberty. I . was almost as severo and disastrous in its results as if there had been a genuine water-spout. IF 'out of sorts' with headache, stomach lisorder, torpid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 July 1886

ZABqun Wari ,. ot Two Lawyerl with It rom -e San 1ranctsoo Call. li th thef illa- of Sonoma cotunty, not many 1mules from th1o town of el P'etaluma, there Is a noat, cosy country m house, built on a knoll. It is covered T with climbling roses, white, pink and N yollow, carefully trained, and the dI foilage and blossom is here and there mi initArL,wined with jessimino and Enug- ~c lish honeysuckle. From a broad por- SU tico in front of the building one ob- (Ih talns a view that, is enchanting. At al the foot of the grassy slope that leads th to the dwelling runs a silvery strcaln, f1 in the pools of which disport the beau- ft tiful and speckled trout. This place, tlh one of the most pleasant in that see- in lion of the county, is the home of the di Lawlers, the parents of Judge Lawlcr, er of the police court of this city. WIhen- ait ever the Jtdge seeks relaxation from to official cares, lie takes a run up to that <i1 honie to i'nhale pure country air and in expunge from his lungs...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 July 1886

VI.x.PI(E NS, S. (',, 7'IItH SIAY. J ULV 2 1.NO 3 '1'IlOU(GII'l'S FlOR TllE M NT01. SON LirE i MIAON\ti1h t+l'/:G;FTIONS 11nO31 What W%Vork the l.ooid luruierm Hsii h el in tihe Mouth of .1uly--.tn~lIntert"sil,p ILr:I4e14 Fromt an Intelligent Vriar. (W. L. Jones in the June "tCultir. or.'') Summer crops still require dili;;ent cultivation. )roughlt and heat ire to L fought as best we may, grass and weeds arc to be kept (owi, and ti Im mation in the soil of available phnt food to be promoted to the fullest extent.. Ono of the greatest antidotes againist drought is an abundance of humus in the soil. A farmer cannot stop now to sut',plly this in a ficld where there is a growing crop; it must be looked after in his general plans, embracing proper rotltiois, and resting of land, or during winter, whhn leaves, pine and other straw may I. hauled out and scattered upl,o'i it. But good growth of peavines sulllies a lirst quality humus for old land and peas may be planted for such purpose dur...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 July 1886

TIHE SIENTINEL J. 1i. BOtGS EurroIn 1Tn. D). P. I DL E Y & CO., 1tol1ntt1r(TO1. 'LCKENS C. H. S. C.: 'iU.liSDAY, J t'LY 22, 15 U. For Subs'r1ptiofi, $1. - lcrannu $trictly ill aulvate;: for sx - inonths, 75 ' Atlvertisenl('lts inS..rtrd it uoe ilolthr per squantreo one incIi or less 'or tithe first insertion and fifty cent' 1 fr caelb sub -c - ent insertionl. I,iberal dliseolmt niuol" t, ii;Mrchants an<l 4ters adve rt isi,g ' ix nimths ir by the year. Otituary Not ices :xeeerlin fivelit's, TributePs of Respert1, COmnnuilliention(s t fa personal chra(ct r, lien ndnissnbl(, will hl(eclatr?e(1 for a ad'vertin a For 1nniol(uncinlg (':iltilates, iv dollars each, strictly iii nl aine. Pubile : eettingiK. tu(cd.iy the 17th dcy of August was fixed for the Primaliry Elee;ion. So kies of neeting3 were ordered, and (andidates aro expueted to ho at each Ideoting' and givo their viows upon th. public ueasurols of tle d:ay. 'The luet Ings will bo held as follows: eontral, WSedn en(dy, Augu...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 July 1886

Mi d> iq vi iiting M1ia ant i of Brevari, N. C. T[h hard already since the -ains. mors are striking it fox 1 hll th - . Th>t pot:to wc have seoon his sent s by Mrs. J. C. i'hor 'k. H< u [auldin, of Oreenville, itni3 . by iis county for lo O'ivcrnor. Ti ,County, I)enloeraitic bonV ally doclared in favor . b Pr In for CongroaInn. Mr W. J. 1)uie, of Co. Irnb"., of their l)tutiful littlo girla i'icen lt. Saturday. They g at Capt. '1'ornloy's. Col i ood and his daughter, Miss d from (harlestoii last tt r t will spdricl th sutninor Pie e, tircn.Ched a moat into reetin., lie Prosbytoriani church last 1t s , is fast growing in popu' . tIi + On the 14th inst., there Wast " hail storm on lieo's Creeb . . Heater says his corn w%nD'. f Ar ., . slgi, the editor of this paper lotlciay for Buruetts C reekl - respor) to i tele grani )roter who 1:ts beeu hurt i ' . ' 1e is n) better. IF , vith headaclse, stomach Aisor r, pain In I ck or side, cun stipa- ct ni;?ilc fatal. One (lese Ot tlie I...

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 July 1886

MRS. FRANK LESLIE. TI1I WITCII[NG WIDOW'S WORK. llow n Pretty Young Widow Struggled aned Tolled andl Achtoved n Trluplaunt Sue ("e8A. Fr-un the New York Journ tIst. It has so often beoln stated that "women know nothing of bn.'iness," that it has come to be accepted as a truism by utnthinking people. Yet lnn1dreds of business men owe not a little of their Success to cool-leaded, sagacious wives. A frequent 111odlii cation of the first statnlent is that 'woinen excel inl sillall uconoicles, but are unable to grlta) liar:ge blsiness clnterpIises," or it' they do thev become Imasculinie andIt lose that gIracious lenininity which is the principa! charin of voleti. The litter talsity of thesc siatements is nowhcr"c Ito'e striikin2ly shown than in the case of Mrs. Frank Lelie. With exeutive ability, capacity for work: and( new\s palpet' genius possessed by few lleln, she re,erve- all the charm:-i of her woinanh(ocd and is as popular inl the socialasint ie tusiness world. Through the force ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 July 1886

* 4 *, - -- *.,* Uhr ruf;urL __ (I VOL. XV. PICK ENS, S. C., 'FIIURSI)AY, 4 LILY 29. 188G. NO. 44. E)1)ON'S I,IGII'F IDIA. 'WiA'T TIMl I'&tO'.N Ill OF 'i'fll': iTl It Wi11 Ta11t %Vth ih iuoi'er of a vi'l (;ron) II Manu-Lleciric 1'ro1iib,Jon. (P"rom thg New V o Star.) After an extended Ihoneylmoon1 ill Florida, Mr. idison has returned to the Scenes of his (lectrical labors anl tri tiphs and now divides his time hetwe"n his laboratory on Seventeenth stre't and his palatial residence at Llewellyl 'ark oil the Orange Motuitaint, paying Inl oc casional visit to his private office in Wall street. He has not been spoil:vd by sue cess, being still the geitial, approaclllhe, comlmtlon sens, hard-wtorkin "Tom Edison he was wA-hen unlmllown to fame and fortune. He hai; not startled the world of Into by any new mrarv I, ht his )rain is busy as ever, his lbor: ury has not lost its fascinatiun, nt it is a dull - day indeed when le has not al half (ozenII eXl)oriluelits iln ]Irogres.s. A few y...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 July 1886

TIE SENTINEL. J. E. BOGUS Inzro. D. F. BRtADLE1 .t CO., PnlOjrT:orsa. PICKENS C. I.."8. C.: TIIURSDAY, JULY 29, 1880. For Subscrlpt ion, $1 .fI0 per annum, I strh tly in advance; for six months. 7Fit" Adlvertisemraenlty inserted at one' dollar per square of one inch or less for the first insertion and fiftv cents for each subsequl ent insertion. Liberal discount male to msrchants and others advertising for si x months or byLi the year. ti Obituary Notices exceetling fivelines. Tributes of ltspect, Communications of a personal character, when adimissahle, will hecharged for as :ivertisements. For Announcing (andiiates, five dollars each, strictly in advance. ( Public MIeetings. Tuesday the 17th day of August was fixed for the Primary Elcotion. ;MS rios of neetingA were ordered, and oaudilatea are expected to bo at each meeting and give their views upon the public measures of the day. The meot Ings will be hol as follows: Central, Wednesday, August........4th Hurricane, (School Houso)...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 July 1886

141_ LO.oCA. 1TEM s. Miss Nannie Howell of Greenville, is visiting Mrs..'W. J. Bramlett. The County Campaign Ball will open in earnest on the 4th prox at Central. The Liberty Brass Band will accom pany the candidates on their round. Rev. J. D. Burkhoad will begin a so ries of meetings at Seneca City on the 10th of August. Attention is called to the advertisement of the Piedmont Institute, which appears In this issue. Capt.-V. P. Alspaugh and wife return ed last Saturday, from a visit to relatives y, in Mississippi. Hannah Goode, colored, was released from jail last Saturday, her term of thir ty days for larceny having oxpired. We regret to learn of the death of the little son of Mr. J. W. Thomas of Dacus ville, which occurred on the 22d inst. The bereaved parents and relatives have our sympathies. I' out of sorts' with headacho, stomach disorder, torpid liver, pain in back or side, con "tIpation, etc neglect may be fatal. One dose of $trong's banattve ills twill givo relief. Afew do...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 July 1886

WHY WE11V HAVE CYCLONES. They Must Increase Every Year Until We Plant Trees. 1ront it Ciiagt Icral(tl. In the scientific colton of a Chicago jouurlnal, of July -1, it seoms that the whole theory of cyclones was elabo rated ini a couple of liies. In an arti cle for the history of Chicago (vol. 1. p. 588), the writer gave the following sugges ion: "But Chicago has been singularly free from the devastating cycloneis that have cut swaths of ruin in alt the conterminous; country, and the reasonable soltition of the fact appears to be that tle light atmosphere of the lake absorbs lie approaching cyclone and dissemninates it. lhe Force ofi a cyclone, as the force of dynauite, requires repression and compression to educate it." In this necessarily bi'ief allusion tho two great factors of cyclones, siloons, llorthers or other other ereal convulsions, are stated negatively. But in these marvelous nattral convulsions all the postulates iiave to be expressed in th it manner. Il facl, to speatk ...

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. — 5 August 1886

VOL1. X-N.LPCKENS, S. C., T U-RSDAY, AUG.UST 5,18.NO45 Read ltefore the Richmion u (o ty (Ga.) %rl ,y eultutrnl )-oriety. (Frci the A otustaCi hra 1.) Much has been said and written upon this important subject, anid, ailithogh the merits of th system have 1beetn often and ably discussed, it does not seel to havo been presented with sulic forco us to recommend it to the great mass of our agricultural population. Tho great majority of Southern agri culturalists inugine they iud the methods of their fathers adequtte, it least to a poor support, and atre Ini'tfer cnt to any imiprovenu'1ts :'iggesteds b(y agricultural pa,pers, ma111gai4 JiRt ;, etc. In preparing this paper I tm indei)tcd for many valuable suggestins to our Commissioner of Agrieiultmi1e, (tl. J. T. Henderson, to Major .tiLuther M. luun soml, of the State 13oard of Agrieultre of the State of South (Crolina, to the book of husbandry by Col. George E.I Waring, and to Col. E. '1. t ckhouse for a practical letter upon lis own ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 August 1886

TdlE SENTINL. J. L. BOG) GS l'm'ion. D). F. 131\! & CO., 'l;Lrhrorls. UIGiiM:NS C. 11..S. C.: 'H1iflH'i).Y, A Ut'ST 5, Isc. t For Stiscriltion, $ 1.504) per iran,nm1. 1rict lt in aclrincc: l'o six ihuii1 us. 7;i> - Actvertisenel(nts I insirt l"I it one dolh:u- I nierMlnaric"of cune" iinch rlc l-s for l l- first inisert in Illti tflt v fe1i 'r 'ca li suqu ont in.sirt ion. l.ibic;tl (lisrinint Iiiin l( to s mn reba:tuts anll l,ttler :aclvertising fl,r six minmtlis rI liv tie tear. Obituary Notices ce"\1 lin tiveliInes, Tribti sc of lt+"spe1ct. 'ointrtttiientio>ns of a personal b:tnel t er. when ahllnissab1Ir, will Iw e:arced for as ilveri isemets. For Al niouncin:pa Candidtates, live Iutlitri i:cli, stric"tlh in advance. THIS PAPER p a".00na Ad,rert19tnglurpau(loRprnccHt.I wheroadvi i Ing wutraeu "n Io uwAu fur it Lt I1W ir OS. Public Meet.ings. Tull1iay tle 17th day of AuguMt was fixers for tio Primary Election. 18v rim's of me'tings wore ordered, and c(tuidilte-t are mq>...

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