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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 February 1877

Politics and Collection. wSeen.tly a Iedioal, who is also a preaoer, tackled old Uncle Remus on the sUbjoot of politics. I.*I ubderstAind, old' man,' said be, tbat you are -a Democrat.' 'I danno 'bout dat, boss.' 'Well, it comes pretty straight.' 'I know doy got two sides, one what dey call Demmy erat and do udder what doy call Radikol, but I don't bodder wid 'em w'on do wedder gets , die stiff. 'But I hear you vote the Domocrat ic ticket overy time.' 'I woto wid my young nar6ter what. Inussed w'en ho wan'lt p big ger dan a buck rabbit." ''Now'don'tyou know that this is &ing back on your color?' 'But hit ain't gwine back on my belly, an' if I don't tend tor dat de fus cole rain dat come 'long mout wash do color right outon me. I ain't takin no chanoos. in dis biznois, boss. I'm a gett'n' ole, an' do oler I gits do hon grier I gits-I duz for a fac.' 'Look at me. I vote the Republi, can ticket, and I am not losing any flesh.' 'You sorter proaches 'round like, don,t'you boss?' 'Som...

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. — 15 February 1877

DVOTED TO0 POLITIC6, VRAUITY, VDUCATION AND fO THEGNRLITRSlFTI ONR BYtD. F. BRADLE & Co *. JUJP-Y PIKENS,RSD, -TH The Bengal Disaster. The Gazette of India contains th fol!owing minute of the Lioutenan Governor of Bengal, Sir Richard Tom pie, on the cyclone and storm way in the districti of Backergunge an Noacolly. In an area of some 3,000 squar miles out of 1,062,000 persons sud. denly throw into more or loss o danger, 215,000 must have porishod This, of course, is only an cstitpatc the exacet number cannot bo knowi yet awhile, perhaps never will b, known. We found in some village thirty percent. of the inhabitants lost in others fifty por cent., in somi even seventy per cent. There wa a severe cyclone in the bay of Bon gal on the night of the 31st October But it was not the wind which prove< so destructive, though that was bat enough; it was the storm wave, swool Ing along to a height of from ten fee to twenty foot, according to differon localities; in some places, whero it...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 February 1877

T HE ENTINEL f EN , W. .8. C.: Thursday Vebruary 15 1877 The Vote of Florida counted for Hayes. The tribunal of fifteen, appoi-ntOd by CopgoS to pass upon the electoral votes'in the dispdted States, has de oided, by a party vote of 8 to 7, to give iho vote of Florida to Hayes and Whooler. The bill creating the tri bunal 4osignated four of the five Judges, two Democrats and two Re publicans, who chose the fifth Judge, and as Judge Davis, liberal, had been elected to the United States Senate from Illinois, he refused to serve on the commission, and Judge Bradley, Republican, was choson. This gave the Republicans a majority of one on the commission, but no one ever sus pected that the dicision of such a grot and vital question, one in which the very oxistonoe of the American republic depends, would be decided according to political feelings. In the five Supreme Court Judges, whose docision on all questions ahould be up on the facts and the constitutional provisions bearing upon them, 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. — 15 February 1877

1 LOOAL ITEMS. .thoue in need of fresh gardon seeds should oali on W. T. MoFall. A negro by the name of Chastain was committed to jail last week, id .'default of bail, for assault and battery. The quarterly conference of the Xakens Circuit will be hold at Beth 4ebiin-Church on the second Sunday in nog m6nth, beginning on Saturday a When you enter or leave a room, bo carofl to leave the door open. There is nothing like ventilation-and besides there is no better way to find out whether the owner is a good Christian or a profane monster. Messrs. Jno. T. Gossett & Co. will *apt our thanks for a sack of their -A No. 1 flour. These gentlemen un derstand the advantages of printers ink and apply it. See change in their ad this week and govern yourselves accordingly. Interest table for the unlearned. Flour sold at $8 per barrel that is worth $6 cash-on four months time is 100 per cent. interest; at $12 is. 800 .per cent. for four months, at $14, is 400 per cent. for four months; corn tha...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 February 1877

Proverbs for Subscribers. 4 &"b#dr sin &keth:a Gas'd fathour,' and sprompt syreg,eqb*griber caus eth an editQr,tQ lapglh. 'd'Is a joy thlt is destitute of wisdowl, Out-a deinquent subscriber easwet suffering in the bouse of the newspaper w*ker. &All the ways of man are clear in his own eyes,' except the way the de linquent subscriber bath in not pay ing for his newspapers. *1etter is a little with righteous nes,' than a thousand silbscritsers m ho faileth tW pay what they owe. 'A just weight and balance ate the Lords,' but that which is due upon your newspaper is the publisher's thereof. 'Better is a dry morsel and quiet ness thereof' than a long list of sub scribers who cheateth the printer. -Better is the poor man that walk eth in integrity' and payeth his sub scription than the rich man who con. tinually telleth the "devil" to call again, 'Judgments are prepared for scorn ere, stripes, for tbe'backs of tools,' and everlasting damnation for him whc payeth not f6V his h...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 February 1877

DR0TE TOPLMs 0 1t ------------ DEq.TtD TO POLyT10, MQRALITY DUCATIONAND TH ERNERAL INTER &W IC HENOSNTRT. 8Q! .b a --- I" 0D t ' - - - t - - VOL. V PICKENS, S~ O.,THURSDAY~ FEBRUARY 22, 18T NO ~ ~ ~ 1j . 24 T HE SENTINEL 0 1-(, - , IS PUUL11ID EVZRY TltAtDAY. BY D. F. BRADLEY .& CO. !erms of Subscription. One Yba- $1s0 1I9 Months . 75 Advertisinag Rates., Advert4etn6nts inserted at the rote 9f $1 00 per square; -f (9) nine lines, OR LESS, for the frst insertion, and 60 cents for each subse quent insetion, Centracts made for TnRNN, six or TWULV2 inenths, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of 1isertione marked on them, will be published until ;orbid and charged.necordingly. These terms are so simple any child may understand them, Nine lines,is a square one inch. In every instance we charge by t.e 4pace occupied, as eight or ten lijues can boipade to occupy four or five squares,' as the advertiser -rgay wish, and is chargqd by the S Advertisers will please...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 February 1877

ID. F. 11~LY~~r WV1KENW o4 It., .8. 0. Thursday, February 22, 1877. Ceaa Oweep Governor Hampton made a clean PWeep:ad removed all the Chamber. lain Treasrert and Auditors. He has now turned loose on the Trial Jus tices, and soon there wiN be none of them left. Let the official pruning kpiife be applied. vigoously, and the body politic puriffed. The Electoral Tribunal. Louisiana, like Florida, has gone ghmmering for Hayes. In the Flori, da case, Joe Bradley, the fifth Judge and Piesident maker, voted with the Demo6rats to inquire into the eli. gibility of 71=9phreys. but when it came to Louisiana, he voted against the same proposition. . In the Florida caso he knew Humphreys would be able to prove his eligibility, but when it came to Louisiana, he know that if he voted to inquire into the eligibility of the electors Hayes would lo0, and he stultified himself by voting against inquiry. The clectoralj tribunal was raised with the express understand.. ing by both parties that a;fair and...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 February 1877

V)~ALTTEMSO Varm work baw begrs in good ea nest. That now - bonne of friend Mike's i gradqally creeping on to Oompletiom For guanos, call oh Jao. T. Goesst &:QO., Basley Station, S.,0. Those who sow plentiffilly of sprin oats, and plant loss cotton, will soo discov the wisdom of their ooor A litlit snow fell hero last Tbursday It *as ,cnsiderably heavier in th mountains. There seems to be a surplus o horses and mules in this County. Plenty of them to sell and no buyers Parties about town have commen cod' to garden. Irish potatoes and English peas should be planted now, A party of gentlemen spent last Sabbath on Glassy Mountain. The obeese, sardiaes, crackers, "et coteras" were enjoyed hugely. Some of the studenL* of our High S6hlare studying Astronomy by ifoling 4at the moon -through a spy glass. Progress: The weather for the last week has been spring.like, and if it continuce many more days vegetation will be gin to spring forth lLUGn the earth. Liborly Station, we are informed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 February 1877

to sob56l). SO!L8tbhAMC A 2 to e io 'DSit,gwiav- sor oW too mvebhP 'MDey"Iin ine te'oos' us no WnO 'kase do council 4.1e'id antedpdA cael4odeMlndb$ yo Rat'sal eqr', -den; )diSy*r's got tor bo moughty 'tiokler 'bout de kTne 'HoQWls& lt? ? . 'VelI, da;is t,go kile .oh ed4ya shin-dat what strales an' dathwat 'dnoastVatest.. - embeabs' ayer', but I don't 'zackly nderstand do pint. '.i'_,Ois do6ityQr kin go ter school an' larn 'bout dat raloroad ingino an' how ilkI fetsge','btita ef' jIi climes ontor do cab an' tries tor sth the e1or g Ae*st r di ' ier tetch de rn's. d 'feO dat? 'y of yer staid dar long-'nIt yet' learn how hit cum 'part-but do betti' 'cda l4o ' ',er kurinor,8 findin' atif 0 T6ba' de eddycatod niggdF dat trfed .7ter avorghtb do morshoeol n Dat's eddyeashun dat's lustratif;--yer oo?' ';'nk0o'hdsde'Lt'gyIont.I a!Wd*OdOn;'sPOsin'dat yer dotft gitO n4ing4nie an yer don't 'go -ter rjob on,ee o044se yS N14 a otvj-Prod tol n o D "boa 4s Bay tor yer bofe ter rn an' got out sh...

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

~4 4 D9VOTED To PO-ITI,MOoRAlITY,BJ TXJnE'NIERAL INThRIIST OF THlE COUNTRY. SFSD PICKEN$, ..S* TtR D Y AR H1 8hN.2 THE SENTINEL Is PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. IY b P. BRADLEY & CO. terns of Aubseriptio-n. One Year ,.. ... ..........$160 Min Months . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Advertising Rates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of (9) nine lines, oP LSS, for ti:e Arat insertion, and 60 cents for each subso quent insertlon. Contract# made for TURE, six or TWELVE months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of Inserk,lops morked on them, will be published unI forbid and charged accordingly. These ternis.are so simple any child may understand them. Nine lines is a square one inch. In every instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines dan be qade to occupy four or five squares, as the adveriser may wish, and is charged by the :', Ae0rtWeAiillioease staelliein m ber of squares they wish their advertisements * to make. SW B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 March 1877

THE SENTINEL D. P . E iL Y, ditor. Thursday, March 1, 1877. Kayes Stolen In. "The great conspiracy has been con% sakumaped -4fid Hayes given the Presi Aanoy'by the high old Commisslon. Dy- perjury and fraud, the Radicals havo Stolen the Presidency from the Democrats. They, as a party can not survivo this crowning act of fraud. Nor6enslblo man in Amorica doubts for one moment that Tilden was l acted. He received 250,000 votes majority, including the negro vote, and excluding that ho received a million majority of white votes. But 9 1Domeocrats in Congress, for the sake of peace, consentcd to the tri bunal, the Radicals got one majority on it, and true to - tho thioving in stinots of their party, they deliberately went to work, and by stultificatior Ahd dishonorablo practicos, gave th< Prbsidoney to Mr. Iayes. le wil hereafter be known as Rturning Board flayes, or the fraudulont Preo sident. This is oither the end of the Radical party, or the ond of Ropubli can- Govornmont. Hampton...

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 1877

-OOAIL ITEMS. ePhis tocourt week at Walhalla. Northern IHh.'V-fAtd6s are selling in this markek at $2.60 a bushel. W 809awt.oommenoes at this plac next. Monday. .1i*tpary evils trouble some poPle more tan roal oneeb PEggV have been selling at six cents pb6 en in this market. Uss- Alice. McKinnev is the Post, mistrss at Eighteen Mile, instead of JVsO Margaret McKinney, as stated by us last week. -4* Jisdge Cooke will be here next Monday, for the purpose of heating aidisposing of such cases as do not require a jury. ,Ar. J. Nix, recently of Liberty Ottion, now haopharge of the Easley hotel, and is conducting It in first, ohs style. rThere were several cases tried in Tlidl Justice Hollingsworth's court laI :'riday, which drew several to .-Eaeley 8tation, notwith stAdting the bard times and the do * prssliqu. in money matters, is improv. igdousiderably. The new Methodist CbA9h,,,which is quite a handsome buRdings is about completed. The new Accademy building is finished, and Mr, Prince ...

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. — 1 March 1877

J h,Tb. f.-u"4amt VGeA it V ir -ginia be roomed with Dan Do Quille. A),1,9tp winserieq which .Qille over QnPAretsp4 all ,he bad pbaratere dited trow that 4ime. They lived in ead?fferet lodging hotsea, and wer'' tu-nedo6t bthm all, one after another, all on account of Dan, who bad acquired a bad reputation second to none in Virginia6 Wo respectable family would harbor Dan who knew anythtpg about him, and the very mention cf his name would cause a landlady to hold up her bands in vir tuous hof-ror. One morning Mark woke up and heard the landlady's ct mowing about the door, which was open. Dan was fast asleep and Mark grabbed one of his heavy boots and threw it with fatal precision at the in.truder. The cat limped off with a broken leg (the boot weighed five pounds,) and the landlady se cnred the missile and waited for its owner to appear. Mark got up, dressed, and went out with both boots on. The.4ndlady greeted him with a pleasant smile, and when Dan got np and was walking about in 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 March 1877

- - * DEVOTED TO POLITIC31 MORALITY, EDUCATION AND .0 THE GENERAL INTEREST OF TIE COUNTRY. PIKENSSDAY, MARCH 8, 8 NO. 26 T 1111 S E NTINEL 38 PURLISUED EVERY THURSDAY. BY D. F. 3RADUtY & Co. Terms of Subscription. fte Year..... ............ $150 Six onths............... 75 Advertising Rates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 er sq'aare, of (9) nine lines, oR LESS, for the t;t iusertion, and 50 cents for each subse on 14'osertion. ntr&os made for THR93, six or TWELVE months, on.favorable terms. Advertisements not having the uumber of insertions marked on them, will be published untit forbid and charged accordingly. These terms are so simple any child may undqraLand 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 fpur or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the Spa9. W Advertisers will please state the num ber of squares they wish their advertisements to mak...

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 March 1877

SENTINEL D. F. 3ADEY. lditor. PICKENS 0. H., S. C.: TiLIay, March 8. 1877. Inauguration of Hayes. Th6 fraudulent President, and Vice Presideut were inaugurated on Mon. tAqy gaat,;The inaugural address of f Haye6Ie oms to breath a fair spirit toward, the South. The inaugural is too long for our columns this Week, but we will give it to our readers noxt -reek. We clip the following tole. grAma from the Greenville News: WAsuINGToN, March 5. Xothing unusal characterized the in agural coromonies. The procamionn was small, but well handled and or derly. . The programme was followed in all its details, and nothing was owittod that was set down in the bill. The display to night is wonderful. Gov. Sheppard has disregarded ex .penso and tasto in decorating the Avenue. No attention has been paid to.cabinot or other serious matters. Col. Bristow, of Kentucky will almost certainly succed Judge Davis on the Supromo Bench, Ex-Sonator Key, of Tonnessoo, will be Postmaster General, Evarts probably f...

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 March 1877

.1LOCAL .TEMS. OU sheriff bas 4,ut one "up stairs" boader now. Our town has put on its dull ap pearance. The people In the country A o0 busy im their farms to come to town. Opr market is over run with eggs 4KAjare brought to town and car ried awpy fbr the want of a pureharser. E. U. Barton has resigned his poso W tjqn., In the Revenue Department and 0 man by the name of Darling has suoceided him. i 11 the grammer class of the High School parse the following sentence "Of all the saws I ever saw saw, this saw out saws any saw I ever saw saw in All the days of my life." We 'are informed by the County Commissioners that they do not in tend to grant licoences to sell spirituous liquors in the County during the prdsent year. The old Grand Jury wore sum tmoned an'1 served aG the present term of court. Under'tho law they serve unotil their successors are drawn and qualified. DIED-Ellbu Griffin, aged seventy., seven years, died at his residenco in this County, four miles south of thie place ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 March 1877

Hard of Hearing. C A Young Jonthan once courted the daughter of sm old man who lived "down east," who professed to be de(#oent in bearing, as the sequel a will- show. It was a stormy night in the Ides, r bF March, if I mistake not, when lightning and loud peals of thunder answering thunder, that Jonathan sat by theoOld man's fireside, discussing with the old lady (his intended moth. er in law) on the expediency of ask ing the old man's permission to mar ry Sal. Jonathan rceolved to "pop it" to the old man the next day. Night passes, and by the dawn of another day the old man was found in the barn lot feeding his pigs, and Jona than resolved to ask for Sal. Scarce a minute elapsed after Jpn athan made his resolution ere be bid the old man good morning. Now Jonathan's heart beat; now he scrat ched his head, and ever and anon gave birth to a pensive yawn. Jona than declared that he had as lief take thii-ty nine stripes as to ask him. But, said he aloud to himself, how ever, here goes i...

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 1877

J,..iJDBVOTBDl TOu POLJIT108i 9OIRALlT1, MFDlCATlO- ANO ~~rl%~~Rb A1 V - 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - ,- 1 -1 r. - 4'?~-It.-4't? ?- v_PICKENS,_R.__e,_Tii_,_]RrmD THE SENTINEL IS PURLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. . R. ADLEY & CO. Teras or Subscription. e.. ...ar . ....... $1 60 W*.Montbs;....... . . . ... 75 Advertising Rates. AsIvertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 p.ar guare, of (9) nine lines, OR Lxs, for the o irst insertion, and 50 cents for each subse quent insertion. Contracts made for THUZ, six or TWLVX meuths, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of Insertions marked on them, will be published uatil forbid and charged accordingly. . These terms are so simple any child may ud.?stand them, Nine lines is a square *o ob.. In every instance we charge by the space oqcupfeid, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the 4r Advertisers will please state the num ber of squares they wish their adverti...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 March 1877

THE EL S D.M. Pi E . 4-.8. OCi Thuraday, Maroh 15, 1877. Hay" and the South. President Hayes has mado a good st4rt towards reconciling the South to hi& administration. 11e has cut 1tm ftom the "bloody shirt" olemont ot his party, and it is to be hoped, has burfit the bridge behind him. Al though he has made no public decla ration of it, his intimate friends and advisers declare that it is his inton% ,tion to disarm Southern distrust and pnomnto peace In that section on the b4sis'of justice and protection to all. It is declared that the nomination of Senator Koy to the Cabinet was the initial stop to this -policy. The fact that he has ignored in his Cabinet appointments, the corrupt manipulators and leaderL of the Ro publican party, who surrounded Grant and flaunted the "bloody shirt," so vigorously during the campaign, gives encouragement to the hope that he desires to do justice to the South. The first need of the South at prosent, as Ben Hill declared the other day, is r9form ...

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. — 15 March 1877

Some of our farmers, think the peaches have bon killed In the bud. Irfbig, jo true, we shall have no peaches again this year. QiQ4 sheriff, Mr. Joab Maldin, is t_Ag up his lots In front of the jail for the purpose of cultivation. "be spirit of Improvement bas left oqr people. But it will soon revive when the gubernatorial question is positively settled in Hamptof's favor. 'aAt Thursday night a heavy rain Iell" at this place, accompanied by loud peals of thunder and vivid flashes f. light.0ing. The weather was in,. tejnely cold on Friday following. Capt. Berry, the special agent for tpe gollection of the ten per oent. tax, is located at this place and is kept i, busy writing receipts and re coiving the taypayers contribution. Lft the good work go on. The Methodist quarterly conference hOld at Bethlehem Church on last 4turday and Sunday, was well at tended. Rev. 0. A. Darby, Presiding 41der, preached a most excellent ser.. mon on Sunday, which was very at .tontively listened to by a l...

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