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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 January 1877

Bonde of the County are requested to meet at the Conrt House on Monday the Sb lust. A puaetual attendance of all Is essentially ece Let our motto be: "Mill'ons" for Hamp ton but not a ent for Chamberlain. T'erabbits ase been slayed dd g the HAjLv-qnzT -Owing to the extreme cold wea p' wq are compellild-,to gees our pa' tronf t4tlewek rth. a half sheet. Our new Couusty offloyers have made their bonds. had them pvoperly approved and have foiw%aided them to Ooverubt- Ilamt-0 for their commitoions. We are not given to lecturing, bult when v Professor shoots partridges on Siuday. we feel like we ought to say sonething to the rising -generat lon. Two of our friends went to file mtountatinb last -Friday to hunt." They carate back Stufiday--one rode in with something lid under his coat. while ibe other went: home the 'batck way." Sigtoificuat, but we lven't been Invitod yet. The wetier for the labt ten or twelve days kawzbeen as cold as we ever experienced in thupeotion. We have always htar...

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. — 11 January 1877

DEVOTEL TO POLITICS, MOR"ALITY, EDUCATION AND .0 TIIE GENEHAL INTEREST OF TIlE COUNTRY. VO;L. VI. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 1 1877 NO. Counting In. It cannot be expected that the re suit which has been reachod by the State Canvassors and Returning Bards in South Caroiina, Florida, and Loui siana, will be acceptahle to tho great body of the American pnoplc. On tho face of the returns as sent in from the polling places in each of theso throo States, the Tilden Electors and the Democratic State officors had a ma jority, and, unless tho votes could bo set aside, were logally choson. The method by which this apparent ma jgrity has been totally reversed will not command general confidence. In South Carolina tho nanipulation of the roturns which has produced such a result was made not only by ex trenie partisans, all of one sido, but by candidatos apparently dofeatod at the polls, who counted thomeolvos in without much doxterity and in the face of an order of tho SupremO Court of t...

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. — 11 January 1877

TIHE SENTiNEL. 3 . IRADLEY. Editor & Proprietor Terms of Subscription. Sae Year ... ............... 1 60 &ia Meathe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Advertisinag Bates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of (0) nine lines, Ol LESs, for the Gret Insertion, and 60 cents for each subse %uent Insertion. Contracts made for THRIN, six or TWMLVS foRt,s, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of Insertions marked on them, will be published until forbid and charged occordingly. These terms are so simple any child may understand them. Nine lines is a square one inoh, In every instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to ocupy four or five squares, as the advertiser rasy wish, and is charged by the space. MW Advertisers will please state ihe num ber of squares they wish their advertisements to make. SW Business men who advertise to be benefitted, will bear in mind that the BENTINEL has a large and increasing cir el...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 January 1877

LOCAL ITEMS. Comeforward and pay one-tenth of your last year's tax to the Hampton Government. The snow is likely to remain for some time, unless it is thrown out by some returning board. Professor C. says his sentiment for hunting in the snow has been cured, andje will not undertake it again qnless he is counted in by the return ing board. EmPTY TITL.-We are informed that Mr. J. F. Fd!-ger has been ap.% pointed Auditor of this County by Ex-Governor Chamberlain. An empty title. PAINFUL ACCIDENT.-J. Riley iFer.. guson, Sheriff of this County, while sleigh riding A Friday, wag thrown out and both bones of his right leg, just above the ankle were broken. We learn the horses wore going rap, idly, and in turning a corner, the sleigh struck a post, upseting it, which caused the accident. DIED.-Mrs. Mary L. Goodlett, re liet of the late Col. S. D. Goodlett, died at her residence in this place on Friday last. She had suffered scvgrely for several months from a complica tion of diseases, whic...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 January 1877

Orant's Latest Outage. very blind man must see that QmriVts purpose Is to provoke a civil war, and that the full oxcoution of this plan of tho 'coup d' etat''can only fail JAy not allowing civil war to be com, menced. Whether this plan gous further than (Witgurating Hayes we will for the fioment leave out of the question; but this we consider cortain, that, in the ease of a oivil war, Grant will remain o head of the Government, Wo do not believe that our institu tions:can be8aved through a ivil war for it is more than probable that they would totally perish. The American people, in spite of its inclination to be sontent with the appoaranco of Re phblican institutions, must see that such events as havo occurred in South Carolina put everything at stake. The peoplo must say to themselves that, in spite of their disinclination against .a civil war, such a war cannot be avoid ed if they should once come to a vio, lent rising against the authority of the President, and that, with tho fea...

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. — 18 January 1877

DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND rO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF TUE COUNTRY. vo. v1. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 18T"O. South: Carolina's Vote. FATS ELICITED BY THE CoNGREssIoNn AL COMMITEE. WASHINGTON, Jan. 4.-The South Carolina committee returned to Wash-t ing early this morning, after an ab nence of about a month. A vast amount of testimoncy has boon taken, most of which is still in the notes of the stenographer. 1t has not, there fore, been fully examined by the com mittee; hence no formal action has been taken as to what conclusions will be reported to the House. The ru -0 mor, therefore, that the committee will report that the Hayes oloctors were legally elected has no foundation in any action tho committee has tak en, and must have boon based merely upon a remark by individual mom% bers of the committee. Mr. Saylor, the oairman,. says that the testimo. 4 iny taken by the committee will de monstrate, to the satisfaction of all reasonable men, three facts. Fir...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 January 1877

THE S],NTINEL. 2.F. BRADLEY.dit6r f rieo Terml of bulripton. one Yea A. 996A001 $1 60 ca.Yea. . . .a .a . . 51 0 0 Advertising Rates. AdvertfleMonts inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of (9) nine lines, oR LE5S, for the &rst insertion, and 50 cents for each subss qaw* insetIon. Cantracie made for THRIM, six or TWRLVX Ueaths, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of i taMio6s ihsirk'od othem, will be, publelied unfilUforbilt andtharged 4booroliogly. ..T40crns re so simple any ,child my understand them. Nine lines is a square otie inch, in overy instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can bi.49ade to ocoupy four or five squares, as the a4y9ttUser may wish, and is oharged by the spaeC. I- Advertisors will please state the num bd'6f9quares they wish their advertisemerits to inhke. -gB Business men who advertise to be hunefitte, will bear in iind that the SENTINEL has a large and increasing cir eulion, and is taken by the very class o...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 January 1877

LOCAL ITEMS. Leandr Cooper has been employed by the County Commissioners as Steward of the Poor House. When the newly elected officers storm the Court House with guns on their shoulders, the incumbents sur render "do fort." The weather has greatly moderated, and. 11 the snow has disappeared. 1t re2ined with us three weeks. x'-Gov. Harris has been elected U. S. Senator from Tennessee. "Chamberlain's anto-room and hall are still full of soldiers. Negroes still guard the doors. DEPUTIES.-In tho absence of com. missions from Govornor Hampton, our newly elected Clerk of Court and Sheriff have taken charge of their of fices in the capacity of deputies. When their commissions arrives the offices will be formally turned over to them by the present incumbonts. The exercises of the Pickens High School will bo resumed Monday, Feb. uary 5th. This institution affords an excellent opportunity for both sexes to get a thorough preparatory or busi. ness education. The Principal, is an educator of lo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 January 1877

Is There any Oue VfiI CItizens o o)townIiAp6 in Orahgedbbrg don%r bae appointed ft"ammittee-.4o eight whites and tv*jve blacks: to forMot-out the per petr'atorScofthe reCent acts of ino dlarism, and to organize patrols for the protection of property. A re ward of $250 is offered for the arrest of the person or persons who burned the mills and gin houses in the town.. gitp, and a reward of-$100 is offered for proot t'coorWici a6y -peron or persomW wJovuw )*4**Ps encour age. ipcen.diariem. ,Tbe meeting w1h ook iis aCtion0Was composed ot-Vhitfs and the better class of blaks,and-tbe latter condemned the house burning and barn-burning as stetly,e the former. This, perhaps, is as much as can be done at this time. Patrols will, un doubtedly, make t ho house-burners more cautious, and lessen the num ber of fires, and the offering of re wards for the arrest of incendiaries wvill have additional effect. It must always be remembered, however, that the torch of the house-burner is supplied by t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 January 1877

4bb bEVOTBD TO POLITICS, IOALITY, RDUCATION AND .VO THE G Tf O t NO-Ta vqL. vi PICKEN$, S. c., THURSDAY, JAN y-o* V ayes was Counte In. WASHINGT'so, Jarnuary 7.-Hero is the AWry of the Florid& Canvassing 13oard, from the Democratic side. It is a, plain -story, easily understood; and it is thought here that, before the Republicans claim Florida for Mr. Hayes, they ought to show this table to be falso. Florida has thirty-nino counties. When the Returning Board mot they began by an attempt to ascertain how the vote stood on the face of the re turns. But they met at once with difficulty in Baker county, from which twO returns came up, one of which gave the State to Hayes, the other to - Tilden. Under the Florida law the County Canvassers are required to meot at the office of the County Clork, within six days after the election, to canvass the vote and compile the of 1leial returns. The board of canvass 4e its are the county Clerk, the county ;vidgo, and a Jubtice of the Peace or Ohe...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 January 1877

THE ENTINEL IS BJSINEDf -I yory I ay Moroing. D. AD & 0., PsarToxx. Editor. Terms of SubscriptiOn. o . - 76 Adv6rtisalg Rates. 4 werti embnserted at the reto of $100 pe snquar, of (y nine lines, oz ras, for the Ame d0tio, and 60 ceits for each subse. quent insertion. Coentrets Made fhr THAnR, ar or TWLVB .a nths, on fsvorible term*. Advertisements not having the number of neerttons marked on them, will be published, 6ntl forbid and charged accordingly. these terms are so simple any child may Anderstand them. Nine lines is a square One-inoh, In every instxnce we charge by tme space occupied, as eight or ten lines can 6e made to ocupy four or five squares, as the I advertiser may wish, and Is charged by the space. W Advertisers will please state the num ber of squares they wish their advertisements to make. W Business men who advertise to be benefitted, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL has a large and increasing oir eulation, and is taken by the very class of persons whose trad...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 January 1877

eLOOAL ITEMS. SThe Publio, well neeads clning ole There are tht-ee prisoners now lh our jail. Mr. J. J. Nix, we are informed, is soon to take charge of the Easley Hotel. Capt. 3. J. L6wis, our now Clerk of Court *ill move his. family to town Ohnsily. Now is the time to prove your pa triotis. by paying the Hampton tax. Mr. Joab Mauldin, our popular new Sheriff, has moved in the jail, and will be the jailor as well as Sheriff. The party who hid or carried away that choess board did the SENTINEL a favor, which is hereby duly acknows edged. We move that the Roturning Board be called upon to throw that sleigh out of the Court I-ouso. Haunt &tories are being revived in our midst. They always make our hair stand on end like the- quills of a frightful porcupine. We regret to learn that our fellow townsman, Mr. W. M. Hagood, has been suffering from an attack of ery cipelas. Rev. Mr. Merritt, who has charge of the Pickens (Methodist) Mission, has move into Pickons. Capt. Borry will soon a...

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 1877

no6k grat mseoes of th. late CoVn raodore Vandrbilt Is st"aibpating &ad railroadIng, whereby he amassed * **for4i than any .otherp TAto poe .dwIng a lifetime, has IakwaUy awakened * stoong desire to, eM the seoret of his uniform and moet surprising achievements. The Comemodore laimself, when question"a ed'pom the subject during the latter ys.s of I1e life, gave varteus explar na e6ft Tooneyougtan who was about enterinmg4poU, thq career of a *ail Sti broker, and i o had sopghta;his.co~neel,:he said: "Soeny do,4't never sell what you haven't got," which was an excellent piece of advice for a stockbroking adven. turer, notwithstanding is defective grammar. To another ho said: 'Sam, don't never put it into any man's power to ruin you." And this might be put in letters of gold over the desk of every one who runs financial risks whether in Wall street or elsewhere, and it would be an excellent maxim also for a politician. To another as pirant for fortune, who bad asked his advice he s...

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 1877

DEVOTBD TO POLITICS, MORAIATIr, EDUCATION AND .O THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY VgQ v1. PIQKENS, S. C., THURSDA'Y EBRUARY 1 N S ( FOR TWNTY YEARS. It don't seem much of a story to tell, though it was a tough one to livq. You see, it was more than tW6nty years ago that my twin broth. or and I sold out our homestead in ew York, and went to California to seek our fortune. All the rest of the family were dead, and we two were the more attached to each other for that. Well, we tried mining, and we tried trading, and we tried every-% thing we could think of, but nothing seemed to prosper with us; we only -%w peorer and poorer. Finally, we thought of the idea of separating, so as to work two fields at once, before the last of our capi. tal was gbne. There was a great tgl4 jgghe:of some new gold. re gion*,aad - we agreed that one of us * should go there and try his luck, while the other stayed in San Franm qsco and carried on a little business we,had started there. Of course, everythin...

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 February 1877

THE 89NTLWBL 1S *'IBLIBHEQ .VEAY' Tii*SDAY, .. BRADLEY, Editor. Terms of Subseription. e-Yea. . .. . ,,... . .$1 60 sia~ 0thh. a P 0 76 dVertislng Rates. A4etlsements inserte4 at the fteof. $100 per sqSare, of (9) nine lines, ol r.1s, for the rit Inteition, and 50 cents f6' each stibse qwsht id1ettletf. O,ntrmote ma -for woue, Cix br 1w.VS mouths, ou .vorable terms. 4dy9rti#ement. not havlng the bumber of isrtons morkod on them, will be published 6i1 %*Aid and bhargd accordibgly. :Ithese terms hre so simple auy child Inay v#adostaad them. Nine lines Is a square. one inoh. In every instance we charge by ibe Space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to oeoupy four or five squares, as the fdvertiser may wish, and is charged by the space, Advertisers will please state thq nurn ber of squares they wish their advertiaemente Lo zwake. ' aP Busifiesa inen who advertise to be benefitted, will bear in mind that the ISENTINEIx has a large and increasing oir ulatiop, and is taken by the...

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 1877

LOCA.L ITEMBA 'Walk 0p to thp O0ptains okoe and pay your Rampton tam Nearly all the wells -n towh have gone dry. R6id the advortisin oolum'ng oft SENTINEL.I sUjast week has boon warra T d pleasant-AlUOst like spring. 6d0 whiskers are beginhing to aln-tho mitAtnonia"tI8(f1 tning. TkpdpublIo well has bon elpaned out and the occupants of the Court Hd4e Aro happy. There was an exciting horse raco It Pjasley last Saturday, Capt. Wel otn carried off tho stakes--506 Thoso. of our subscribers who havo tome forward and settled their bills a ve our thanks for the same. -:Dr. George Earlo, of Anderson County,,has become a citizen of our town. We. heartily wolcomo him + - nogst us. We saw a moustacho the other day which we thought vas the mourning dress of tho upper lip for the loss of brains. Our friend Mc. the other day, took anlegro by the head, because ho ro, * tiuhed obedienco. This is what wo-call a-seizure of wool in default of duties. Col. Grifflin's horso got drunk at 9asloy Station la...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 February 1877

Oolor in Xasonry. i.h whole of the fovob9n &nd a portion of the, afternoon oftbe, Grand Lodge meetibg was dev6teA to the disselon of what Is called the "Afri 4a 1L4g," sIys the St. Paul IMbneer ?%ist The tOestion 'of rocognizing tU 06lored lodges has long ben dia Oussed 6j the Masonic fraterrIty.. Last year the grand master alluded W the sibject in his addres, and sthe.t lodge had an application fram PrAnce, .Ball Lodge of Boston, and two from two lodgos pere in teM t aing to 6e recognized, it wa. d.qmed best to bring the mattet' to' W'h'n'clIsion as soon " possible. A;io)-dingly 'that portion of the grand master's addries which referred to the questin, and the thre communications were refor red to a large committee. Yesterdey three reports were made, one by Mr. A. T. Pearson, and by Aarqr%Good rich,- and one by Mi'. Oriswold. ,The two first reported against recognizing the colored people. The last, Mr, Griswold, reported in favor of recog nizing them. Tie whole question resolve...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 February 1877

41PPI 4 DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND rO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. BY D. F. BRADLEY & CO. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1877. VOL. VI.-NO. 2 S10, ]ilj's Great Speech in Favor of the Electoral Bill. WASHINGTON, Jan. 26.-The feature, to day, in the House was the ton. minute speeches of members on the Edmunds bill, and there could have been given no better ovidenco of the truth of Mr. Conkliug's parodox when he apologized the other day, iri tho Senato, for the loigth of his spcoch "becauso he had not had timo to shorten it." Noarly every speech was a model in its way of taking Judgo Black's celebrated plan of "coming at once to the middlo of things," of tersonoss and directness to the point desired, and in several instances open applause from both sidos of the Houso greeted the momber as the Speaker's hammer fell. BEN HILL's BRILLIANT SPEECIH. Especially was this so in the case of "Ben" Hill, of Georgia-ho who has 0 always been known as representin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 February 1877

THE SENT T L j D. P. BRA LAZY, "dtor. PIOKENS O. i. S. C.: 0-: Thursday, February 8. 1877. Terms of Subscription. On. Year... $1...........1 50 WK-Mogths .............. 75 Advertising Rates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of (9) nine lines, oR I.ass, for the first insertion, and 50 cents for each subse quont insertion. Centraots made for T1HRER, siX or TWBLVB months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of insertions morked on them, will be published until forbid and charged accordingly. These terms are so simple any ohild may understand them. Nine lines is a square one inch. In every instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or five squares, as tlie advertiser may wish, and is charged by the space. XW Advortisors will please state the num ber of squares they wish their advertisements to make. A business men who advertise to be benefitted, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL has a large an...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 February 1877

LOCAL ITEMS. These are (he tighest times over ex perlenoed in this sotion. What has become of that Base Ball 01pb? Did Chamberlain "bull-dozo" it? We think a literary society might be organized at this place. Will some one take the initial stop. .Now, hat our High School has opened for the season, we hope the debating society will be revived. Items of interest to the public are solicited from our friends throughout the County. The Sheriff and his deputy are kept busy serving papers, and Judge Cooke will have a pretty heavy docket be fore him at the March term of our Court. A new road from this place to Liberty Station is being openod, which is said to be much shorter than the present one traveled and on much bet terground. We always favor improve ment. What has become of our correspon. dent at Contral? We haven't heard from him since he pulled off his red shirt. We hopo he hasn't been "bullk dozed." Our friend Wady has erected a new horse rack in front of his store, and prepared a s...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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