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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 August 1886

L O1)CAL 1IMj4. - The potato crop will be fine. Many nice apples are coming to this market. Our merchants were over-stocked on chickens, last week. Last week was the time for still hunting by the candidates. yjf We return thanks to Mr. W. T. Meares, for some as fine musk-nel o'tH as we have ever seen. Being as it is cumptaign year, you. can have the SnmriNEL the remaiunder of this year, for 5U ceunts. The completion of the Savannah Valley Ritiroiad will he celebrated in Anderson on the 12th inst. The State Normal Institute for white teachers is in session at Green ville this week. We suppose there are no peaches in this county. "We have seen none ripe. ir. Jesse Dobbins was accidental ly killed at Central last Tuesday, by b ;ing run over by a trtin. Remember the meeting of the Ag rieultural and Mechanical Society, which meets on third Saturday in Atigust. The fun of the Slitte makers is all over now. Many of t.hem can say "I told you so." Good rains have fallen throughout the county...

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. — 5 August 1886

NELLIE oANT-SAI;TORIS. 'L'ho Urfortunato Marrlge a oroalil1itsj to mi ng uann. Lhla dofp)Ttn.s, } o bit of society news ever ctatcd greater surprise than the announce mnout of the engagement of Miss Nell io j Vrenshall Grant, iatgghet' of the 'residient of the Utited $Catos, to 1 1 gernon Charles Frederick Sartoris, a British subject. The prospective groom was a son of Edward SartoriF, of Ilampshire, England. Ili9, mother was Adelaide Kemble, daughter of Charles ald sister of 1alnny K omb!o the actress. The young man had been - ductctd in England and Gcrluany and about 1870 came to the United States to seek his fortune. In I$7 :, on the steamship R)cssia, while Miss Nellie was returning from a trip to Europe, the couple met and formed one of those unaccountable attachments called by women ''love afiairs,'' which tertni nated in courtship and marriage. At that time Nellic had turned seventeen. She had enjoyed a life of exceptional social opl)ortunities and had everv thing to utake a ...

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. — 12 August 1886

VOL. XV. PICK ENS, S. C., TIIURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1886. NO. 46. UNIT'E) WE S1'ANI) ! TIlE 1 EMOUBM AIY O1 SOt'T11 ('A ItLulalA I ST 'AUNCiI A%1) t:0LL). I'roceedings of the Becent State (onvenUion -- Nominattig Our tndanrdlIe.nrers for the Uanyn{gn of 'EIghty.Stx-Interestinig lIend lng for Every Good Ilcmoerat. 'The Convention of the Democratic party of South Carolina was held in the Opera house, Columbia, commencing on Wednesday the 4th inst. Gen. James F. Izlar, Chairman of the State Exceutive Committee, called the body to order. Col. J. Q. Marshall, Secretary pro temn., read the call of the Convention, as issued by the Executive Committee, after which General Izlar nominated (en. Johnson Hagood to be temporary Chair man, and he was unanimously elected. 4 On taking the chair Gxen. Ilagood said that lie was gratified by the honor con ferrod on him, and in view of the im portant business which the Convention had before it he would proceed at once to the work of organizing the body. Th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 August 1886

TIlE SENTINEL J. Es. BOGU8 Enrron. I). F. 11i1A1)IEY t CO., Prrcarrons. [ICKENS 0. II..S. C.: TIIUPSDAY, AUGUST 12 1866. For Subscriptioi $1.50 peraunmun, strlctly in advance: ftorsix nontths, 7nc. Advertisements Inserted atone dollar per square of one inoh or less for the first lsertion and fifty cents for caci subseq(j ent Insertion. Laiberal discount mmnie to ureha nts and others advertising for six ior:ths or by the year. Obituary Notices exceeding fie lines, 'I'ributes of 1lespnet, Comnuinientions of a peromleliraclt er, when atlinissable, vill bechargel fair as mcIvertisernents. For Ann1ounigil." Canrdidates, five dollars teh, strict.ly in a<lvlIce. Our State Ticket. For Governor. JOHN PETER RICHARDSON, of Clarendon. For Lieutenant Governor. WILLIAM L. MAULDIN, of Green. Ville. For Secretary of State. W. Z. LIETNER12, of Kershaw. For Comptroller General. W. E. STONEY, of Borkely For Treasm-er. I. S. BAMBERG, of Barnwcll. For Attorney General. JOSEPH H. EARLEof Sumter. For S...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 August 1886

LOCA IIlMe4. One more candidate. Mr. David Porter in still very sick. Mr, A. B. Riley is teaching school bear Griffin church. Mr. John P. Boggs has about recover ed from his injury. Miss Mary Riley is attending the Nor anal Institute at Greenville. Prepare your land well for turnips, elover and grasses. Mrs. (4. W. Taylor is visiting her fa. titer at Cokesbery. The wife of Mr. N. Boone Cary died at her homo in Walhalla last week, The colored school at this place thtght by C. T. Miller has ninety-one pupils. Texas gets in the first bale of cotton before South Carolina reports a boll. Col. J. E. Hagood and Ben A. Hagood arrived from Charleston last Mo ndAy. Mr. Robert J. Ellis of Henderson, N. )., with his family is visiting relatives in Piokens Mr. A. J. Crane of Gwinnett Coun ty Ga. is visiting relatives in Pickens nounty. Complaint was made to this office that the SENTINEM did not reach Table 4 'Mountain post office last week. Mr. A. M. Morris and wife are on a visit to relatives i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 August 1886

'J TlOUGTS-FOlt TI ME' s1AONADjLE KUGOESTONS PROM 111011 AUTlOR1ITY. What Work the Ood l*atmnt* shodln Ho I trIa ontk of Atust--qn invstl g Article :an Integmrit%y Whter. (W. L. Jones in t)le Augsst "culttvator.") To one who is' iot ttu)i artr nice questions eo'leitues sprun ' this month tou hig the )nanagement of 1, As a rule. "laying by, is ted by the last of July, but shduli heavy, compacting rains follow close on the heol of the last plowing, and hot dry weather sets in is It'better to plow again or not, and how late in the season may plowing be advattageously continued? No in flexible rule on theso points can be laid dowu-one must decide according to circumstances. it the land is fresh, or the soil filed with humus, so that it is friable and loose, plowing may be stopped earlier than where opposite cotidif1uhpreva1 i the loll is dis )osed to luir to(eether and bake, plow ing shoul(1 continue as late as it can he without breaking off lllibs and bolls too badly. One furrow in eac...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 August 1886

VOL. X V. PI(' hEINS, S. G., Th lURISDAY, AUGUST 19,vr rrro 86. NO. 47. .JONSUN'S ISLt. I) '' A P'EN PI?'TUl: OF T'll, (:it1:.1'T .lonTt'il IIit I n ?-o. 'Iii, Pirate of Lake ICrik' -'ie hei.zure" of n Iate htennier by a Hn il of (ot Iederni ite -n pathimzerT-'he IFnlure of 'hiir 19:: 't'he ChIef of li' Crew, le. (I.rtn tlo Atlanta Conutit.ution.) Johnson's island, now an historic sjiot, lies four miles from the city of Santhisky, Ohio, in the midst of as beuattiful a sheet of water ns can be found on the lakes. Seen across the blue waves, its green slopes relieved by the ptils of white limestone, it presents a hvely pie turo. 'T'lho highest is perhaps lifty lect above the water level, and is near the center of the island, which is ine mile long, a half wide, and contuins :00 acres. In the days long siiice departed, it was covered with a magnificent growth if o.k and maple, and was a favorite resort of the Indians, who then thronged all the lake shore. The waters which v:tsh its sho...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 August 1886

THE SENTINEL J. L . BOUG S Enrrox. D. F. DI;llLEY & CO., Plorrrons. PICKENS 0. .,5. C.: TlURSDAY, AUGUST 19 1886. Eor Subscription, $1.50 per anmun, strictly ii advance; tor aix months, 75c. F Advertisements liserted atone dolla: Prsquareofonie inih or less for the first nsertion stnd fifty cents for each suhsequ- C ent insertion. Iiberal discount nmde to P mQrchantn and others adlveitisiig for six H months or by the year. Ubltuary N'otices exceeding five lines, 1 Tibuttes of Respect, Communication 1 Afa pcrsonal charncter, when admissale, F will be charged for as advertisements. I) :!or Announcing Candt(lates, five C dollars each, strictly in advance. Our State Ticket. . For Governor: JOHN PETER RICIHARDSON, of Clarendon.a For Lieutenant Governor: a WILLIAM L. MAULDIN, a of Greenville. c For Secretary of State: f W. Z. LIETNER, of Kersliaw. For Comptroller General: W. E. STONEY, of Berkely For Treasrir: I. S. B3AMBllIt, l of B3arnwell. For Attorney Giener:(lh JOSEPH H. EARILEt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 August 1886

L.OCAL ITEMS. DMr. Frank Cox is quito ill 'with Ty phoid fever; Mrs, O. S. Bolt of Daousvillo is visiting relatives in Pickens. Mrs. J. L. Fant died at her home near A derson on the 6th inst. The Town Council of Easley have had the streets put in >%ne trim. The two roads from this place to Eas ley have b*m v !1 worked. There wil 1 ".mrsion from Eas ley to Talul'' . 'U i, a fow days. I The tickett: ? ,iu, were mado out and laid away were bustod. Mr. E. Smith Griffin has an elegant fish pond, containing many fine carp. Prof. and Mrs. McCaslan attendod the Normal Institute at Greenville last week. Mr. T. H. Smith of Liberty has the finest sweet potatoes we have heard of. 4 Miss Annie May Griffin has returned from a visit to relatives in Greenville. Mr. A. B. N. Folger has movod into the Kirksey house opposite the Pied mont Institute. The dinner served at Liberty on cam paign day by the ladies of the Prosbyte rian church was quite a success. It has been clearly demonstrated that with...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 August 1886

FIREB WIfyN HOTH 'E8 SHUT. A. as American lie Fotught the Duel and Killed the Cuban. Soon after the Cubans were compelled to surrender the Virginius to Uncle Sam I landed in Havana as the agent of an American agricultural works, says a writer in the Detroit Free Press. For tunate for me in this catse I could chattEr 1 away in Spanish with any of them, and though I was born and reared in Ohio I was supposed to be an Englishman. Had I given out that I was a straight haired Yankee the chances of being 1 mobbed or knifed or shot, would have been excellent. The feeling against Americans was so very bitter that one from the States was liable to insult and violence ot the public streets. I had been here about a week when an American named Charles Whitley, from Michigan, arrived with his wife. .Whit hey was an invalid, and he had coie to Cuba by the advice of a physician. I re member him as a tall, pale-laced and cx trenely courteous gentleman, while she was a little bit of a woman who was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 August 1886

.7 .~w. _____ __ VOL. XV. (KN. S. C.. TiI URSDAY, AUGUST2, 86 FORSAKING 'IlE OL,) T ils. PGENKItAI. .1IIa3ON IIAt4OOI) I *i,AI) FORi A MtIXI:1) E IstNi i. An I,say Rend Iefure the ttnte Agrietnilurni Society and the bln l: Grange at TI eir . o nt bnuner Neehing ou AngaYt -1, 1SMU. It is doubtful whether, iii all 1.11( time since South Carolina was the hunting ground of the Indian, any single lifthl of a century has witnessed within her bord ers a relative progress in material welfare equal with the last. It needs n1o comn pilation of statistics to show this. Look at Columbia, the beautiful city iii which you Ao holding this sununr meeting. Compare her in ]86i, sitting amid ashes and her population feeding on the refuse cattle of Sherman's supply train, with her condition to-day. See her waste places rebuilt, often more substantially thr n before; her homes onco more stir rounded with the comforts of life, and ler pcoplo on the streets and in the marts again steadily asserting themse...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 August 1886

THE SENTINEL. 3. A. D(XUS Et ru>x. D.F. FD1WIEY & CO., Puuixisro. 'ICKENS 0. II..S. C.: T1U 1i3DAY, AUCIUST 20 1886. For Swbscr1ption, $1.1W pe annum, atrlctly in advance: for six Inonths, 7c. ] Aadvertisetents Iewerted atone (oilar I per square of one inch or less foc the ti:at. ingertion and fifty cents for each Fubsectpu- I eut Iusertion. JLihera discount naa<le to ] unkreiants and others advertiasing for ,ix ] waonths or by the yenr. Obituary Notees exceedling; fiveliner. I Tributea of ltepcet, Cmmunications ofa p'raaonalcharacter, when admissable, 1 will be charged for as advertisements. Ver Anniiouneing Candidatcs, five doUars each, strictly in advawe. Our State Ticket. For Govornor. JO11FIPT ER RICHAIDSON, of Clarendo>. For Lieutenant Governor: WILLIAM L. MAUL)LN, of Greenville. For Secretary of State: W. Z. LIETNER, of Kershaw. For Comn,troller Genera: W. E. STONEY, of 3erkely For Treasurer: 1. S. BAMBEIG, of Batrnwell. For Attorney General: JOSEPH II.. EARiLE' ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 August 1886

A hCAJ 1PEMPi. r ain last wook interfered with the neoting. ct onvenog at this plhoo on the 3d in Sopteubar. SM n j I). F. Bradley was in town last every day partion pr.a through way - ut:ains. crc t that Mr, Frank c' da d haM been quite ill < < it ritit tud in u; Chas. M. ia,. .. . of his S 1ho U. S. GIoological survey had .n' rt last woek shooting bats. A i who has a chap of her own on .y afternoon, does not want a no. :,<good has beou aooomplishod at - rated umeoting held in the Mo th a m, iroh last wok at Eusloy. Sr. T. Hill has been rcomarndod ipointmont as 'rW1rer, and Mr. lydo for relappointmaut as Aud ,his County. 4 y. J. Pope and family passed 1 Piukens last Friday on their the mountains. J. A. Boggs and Mr. S. D. Stewart embors of their respective families n a trip to the mountains last ios-in Pickons County, sinco the y, is as calm as a lako, when it is and bin . in the valo. W. M. Hagood and family went ip to Ctesar's Head and western Carolina last week. 1 propo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 August 1886

1i TIIE INVENTOII OF SACUSIAIil1V. An Acctident Leat' to an Iutdportant DiMcovery A Substance Which Out-Sugard tugor. Dr. Constantine Fahlberg, the in ventor or discoverer of saccharine tcho now coal tar sugar, is a tall, well-built, handsome Gorman-Anerican, of about thirty-eight years of age. lie speaks the iodern languages fluently, and despite the celebrity thalit so suddenly fal en upon him, is quite difildent and re served. To an inquiring roporter, who had called upon him for the express pur poso of conversing with him on the new sweetoning agent, lie said: ''how ddl disCOVer stccltrino? Well, it was partly by accident and partly by study. I had worked a long tune upon the conpotnd radicals and substitution products of coal tar, and had made a number of scientific discoveries that are, so far as I know, of no commercial value. One evening I was so interested in my laboratory that I forgot about supper until quito late, and then rushed oif for a meal without stopping to wash m...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 September 1886

VOLJ. XV. P~ICK ENS, S. 1., 7'.[ [1 [tSI)AY I , TE I, R ,18. JA1CiT'TrilE BUJSIIL\hUEI . A T'lltti,LING. St1'UY OF T1Ifti .\t'b: Trlt. l,..\ HUI'll1. TIo lStrangc IxIerIuie. o' nu Li;.IIih C, iiIt" nan \V'Io \\e'nt t:old Intithrtg iii i (S'anit W\'here No Man t;ouli 4OnII IlIs I.If' t'al. (From the Atlanta Con:titation.) ltcading in your journal an iticle headed ''A Bus]hranger interviewed," says a writer in Chambers', recalls to imy memory a strange incident which oc curred sonme years ago to my owni 1brothl or, when on his way from tydniey tt the gold fiolds, and for the accuracy of which I can vouch. At the time of his arrival in Ausiralia the country was ii a state of panie; a reign of terror existed, caused l y tit daring outrages Conunitted on parties on the journey to and from the diggings. Robbery with violence, escorts shot down, and large consignmients of gold carried oil; were of daily occurrence. 1'he bush was infested IV a gan) of des p erate bushrang;ers. \ IUose Ii:0l...

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

THE SENTINEL J. E. 13:xGS Ezrron. ). F. Ii.tA)1E CO., Pio1'r.11{TntR. PICE.ENS 0. U1..S. C.: THU.RMIDAY, SLiI'rEMB3R 2, 1886. c 'or Subscriltioni, $ I O peranntim, strictly in a(Yttiian ; for six nioithS, 'i 5. .Ai1 'rtisemllenIts insertld t: d1)0 loIlar porayareofone incht or losw for the fir-I u insertion and iSfty etts for facLh tlt sub<: ent insert ion. I,ih)(rI (li'ount nuule tf i' I ntareIhants nd otthers ;idverisiig for six nijntit.t or by the voer. Obliary N'ftice's oxo(e(linlfivt'lirt s. t,t 'rlbites of teslpoot, ('ommurtunientit)nS of a perrsluloha:ro t or. wein adniiNtssa,bl, It, will he(:ltmtr;<l fttr a- I I ert iomnti s. or A1nn)uncilg (an<1i(Iates, five " dollal eah, striot y in ad aneu . 11 Tffl$ PAPER tn". tt fs"A nnAtnn " i AMidvi) urosn(t0Rpruuoi3t.. w.er.' adv y,jct toetMactsW 1ar beimao for It, INEALIW IOU Our State Ticket. r' Goreriior: i JOHN PET L1t ItIIAI)DSON, of Clare(1ln. - }or I(Liut(ilut (lovernor: WILLIAM L. MAULDIN, of G rcee nille. Ft r Secro...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 September 1886

I" LALI 1TPEM 4. " LIberty has two marble yards. A young man idle makes an old man hody. Mr. J. C- Gritil i'a tob.onv ih"erd to 'seat. 200 bushols of corn for sale by I. C. Bakor, 2 muiles N. W. of 1'iokensy C. Ii. A spiko-tailo I lomist oponed the front gato for us lavt Menday moriing. We duppose i at is a good omen. The Bstrets will be lively now, with little boys and their satolol atteuding shool. Mr. Jnptha Morgan of Central iS build ng him a new store houno. Mr. W. N. Payne is having a new dwelling erected. Maj. Whitner gymmtes is improving hia recont purchase at Central. Mrs. Brewer iu visiting the fam ly of Dr. J. . Riloy. +There is a right good cotton crop in this county. Mr. A. M. Morris haa many nioo things to show and to soll. Give him a onll. Re will soil you a good stove cheap. Misses Lou Pembhoton and May \Vightnman of Chirloston are visiting Miss Luoio Hagood. Mr. Ric of Florida, a brother-in )aw of Mrs. J. R. Riley was in Pick ens last week. The excursion party from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 September 1886

TIlE LATE 111. U.AYN. A South Carollutau Who Llred on HIs Wire' Earnings ae Long as ll Could. [IFrom the 1'hiladelphia Times 1 Years ago .JUiIa )ean, a very pretty and engaging actress, was a great favorite in all American cities and had a host of ad- ( mirers in her train. Ihving mind and char acter likewise, all who ktew her esteemed b arl honored her. In an evil hour she lis tened to the illpassion(d suit of I)r. 1layne, son of b ert Y. 1layne, of South i Carolina; was flattered by his preference. ble was soiew hat imhitious socially 11n1d t accepted him, having no idea ie a gentle nrut of his tnteceents and exalted prof(s- 1 81011 would tlink for a mlonitit of allow ing her to remain on the stage. )r. I lave a was, it is said, always talking of the su peliority of his nat ive State, of his fat hier, the eloquent Senator, of his illustriouis un cestors and iImagI1inary ill UstrUios sell. No one who hadt heard his valuoings would < hayc believed him other luau the euihk)(l ment...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 September 1886

r - - - -- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ L_ VOL. XV. P1ICKINSq S. C., TiI uIRsDAY SE1''11F 1l 9,'886 A 'T'dUllRBLE EAfF^IIQUAh i! DRE A DF'. DE:bTR UOTIIONi OF l'It0'ili& AND IIlC'MA LIFE. Charle.ton Vite,l b,y a Calamity 'unpre<(."l ed In All Ite IllNtory--1'artiulnrw a tk Dreadful Oceurrence. The earthquake shloek experienced it different parts of the State on the n igli of Tuesday tho 31st ult., was felt wit] dreadful effects in the city of Clarleston The loss of property was dreadful, n estimato putting it as high as five mil lions of dollars-actual and ineiden1ta1 One report states that there arC only omu hundred houses left altogether m1in jur ed. This is perhaps an exaggeration but it is safe to say that the n uer e buildings injured will include the laee portion of the structures in the city Twenty buildings, in different parts o the city, were destroyed by fire causei by the overturning of lAm1ps. ]3elov will bo found an interesting account o th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 September 1886

THE SENTINEL. J. A. BOGGS nront. 1), F. BRiAI)LIEY & CO., Pnornrcoits. PICKENS 0. II..S. C.: THURSDAY, SEPTEMUEI 9, 188. For subscription, $1 .r01 erulnnm, etrictiy in lndYnce; fur si x nu1nth, 75e. Advcrt.Isemien ts inserteilat :ttene (loll:o p)er$ilre( fone in(h uror le fllr thec lir"t ininrtion atndi i fl cents for cull subs - ent insertion. l.ibiral <lisco 1nt nun-l t ngrchantsi a1u othirulerti ing fur ix mnonths ur by the ye:ir. Obitary Not ices 4ex(ee(ingIive lins, 'l'ribute of 1t po'ct, (' on11]1 in ( ie nt i ls o#a pernonil eharact "r, w1e(1n at11i-mis:ble, 1 will becharged for n iylvertisemenIs. For Announcing (nlhintes, live dollart each, strictly in adlv:uue. T DtS PAPER boto8 IlR era" 4*"i Our State Tieket. For Governor: JOHN PET iR BICH A I)SON, of ()arcndn. For Iieutenant (l(v)ernor: WILLIAM L. MAULI)IN, of Greenville. For Seert tarv of State: W. Z. LIETNER. of liersllaw. For Comtptroller ('eneral: \W. E STONEY, of Berkely For Treasurer: I. S. 3AriMEl, of Banrnw...

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