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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 April 1877

Be ut, a, Ma "ry the clothes he wre, for God ma^de one, the tail ia n'&- jude i man by the house heg lige, at, for the lisard and rat sOmetimes inhabft the grandest of "Don't judge blin by his speech, for the parot talks, and the tongue is but an instrument to make sound, Pq't fdge hui by his family connections, for Cain belonged to a very respectable family. Don't judge him by his success in life, for that is much oftener the re a1lt of A'coibination of circumstan ces, with which be had nothing to do, than of his own merit. Don't judge him by his failure in life, for many a man faile because he is too honest to succeed. Don't judge him by the show he makes, for an average turkey-cock in a barnyard can strut all around bim and not half try. Don't judge him by his lack of die, play, i>r the long-e ired beast is the humblest of animals, but when ar oused is terrible to behold. Don't judge him by his activity in church affairs, for that is not unfres quently inspired by hypocrit...

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. — 26 April 1877

-b.u.* ... L.* Vle . S THE SENTINEL IS PUB LTSHED EVXRY THURSDAY. 3Y D. F, BRADLEY & CO. Ve*Ams of Subscription. One Year... ........... $160 461 Months............... 75 Advertising IRates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of (9) nine lines, oR LESS, for the frst insertion, and 60 cents for each subse quT t iuseirtion. .ontracts made for THREE, six or TWELVE z64uths, on favorable terms. Adiertisements not having the number of iWsiertions morked on them, will be publithed uintIl fbrbid and charged accordingly. - These terms are so simple any child muay understand them. Nine lines is a square dni inch, In every instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ton lines can bq made to occupy four or fivo squares, as the 4dvertiser may wish, and is charged by the splice. ' 4& Advertisers will please state the num ber of.squares they wish their advertisements to 'iake. .g Business men who advertise to be benefitted, will bear in mind that the #ENTINE...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 April 1877

THE SENTINEL D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. PICKENS U. H,, 1. 0.: Thursday, April 26. 1877. State Press Assooiation. The third annual meeting of the 8outh Carolina Stato Press Associa, tion will be hold in the city of Char leston, beginning on Wednesday morn Ing, the 9th day of May proximo. Tho annual address will be delivered by Dr. U. W. Bagby, of Richmond, Va. A full attendance of members is earnestly requested, and journalists who aro not members are invited to unite with the Association. Any editor or proprietor of a newspaper or other periodical in this State is eligible to membership, and applica tions are to be made in writing, ac companied with the initiation foe of flve dollars. JAMES A. .1OYT, Premident, Charles Pearce Pelham, Editor~-in-chiof of the Columbia Register, departed this life on 19th instant "without pain, quietly and calmly, resigned to his departure, at peace with God and man." Mr. Pel ham was born in Marlboro county, South C.Arolina, Nov. 14th, 1816. IIe received h...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 April 1877

LOCAL ITEMS. Engli1b~p*e" are Ih bloom herej The weather for the past few days is really delightful. Monday last was the warmest day of the seseon. To cure dull times, apply an adver tisement to the afflicted part. Rev. 1qgh McLees will occupy the pulpit ihhe Methodist Church on the 5th Sunday, the 29th inst, Hon. D. F. Bradley, one of our Representatives, left here on Sunday last, to attend the meeting of the State Legislature. Tanned squirrel skins, for the pur pose of making telephones, are in great. demand at this place, and a fair price will be paid for them by the young man with the sid'e whiskers. Died, at the residence of her father, Mr. Abel Hendricks, on Monday 16th inst., Miss T. A. Hendicks. She was an estimable young lady, and her death will be mourned by all who knew her. All nature is now rapidly putting on again that beautiful and golden green dress so pleasant and agreeable to the eye. Spring is certainly the most lovely season of the four. - 0* The piscatorial seas...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 April 1877

Ablie Wo=dUW ii ti~Qthe b6u, PaxmaS x3 1850. -1 nier* how, vI;at-e plano, Wtfe si1 An4 matlin Boys Greek ahd Xat*. And all hands gazetted -Men all -in debt, Wives in a pet', Boys mere muscles,, - Girls puffs and ruffles,. And everybody oheated'. Weighed and Found Wanting. The New York Tribune says: The Republican politicians of the South have had their day. Opportunities -were given them such as come to no mau tw ice ii a lifet ime. A most glorions and most solemn trust was committed to them when the task of construction was placed in their "hinds, and all the power of the United States put forth to sustain them. How hare they met that trustl For years their power has been absolute; where have they pro. duced good government! They have been tried. With rare exceptions they have failed disgracfully. Even thefew who have tried to do their best have been awept away by the current, have allied themselves with known plunderers in order to secure party success, and to have no chance whate...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 May 1877

JEVOTJD TO POLIT1C, IORALITT DUCATION AND AO THE GEN#RAL INTEREST OF TIIE COUNTRY. vOL. vi. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1877 NO. 34 * THE SENTINEL IS P19LISHED CVERY THURSDAY. B D. F. BRADLEY & Co .Werms of Hubscription. OUe Year ........... -.$1 50 5g Months .1. . . . .. .........7 Advertising Rates. Advertisements Inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of (9) nine lines, OR Ess, for the fAit inpertion, and 60 cents for each subse quest insertion. Contracts made for THRIC, six or TWELVE Months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of Insertions mrked on them, will be published "*tit forbid and charged accordingly. 'fhese terms are so simple any child may 4usdrstand them. Nine lines is a square one inch. In every instance we charge by the opace occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the spape. 'W Advertisers will p1ease state the num ba of squares they wish their advert...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 May 1877

THE T D. F. B L Y EN C. ., c Thursday, May 3, 1877. Editorial correspondenme. COpvaUr 1rIA, S. C., April 25, 187T. Dear Xettinel: On our arrival at Ois plIaoe We.4AM ftm 'tIA L amongst DP us of a deocion from the party of enough members f the Lcgislaturo, t.onablo itio '14 L lig anS to elect id aY 4Y6b % %6'6a Vn g"'Domercati theU liWN'6f J03stl ship, and to th6 Unhodtate Sennte, thereby defoiutitih -the rigtila eait inieos of the DomQ01rd46 4a'tY. There was much excitornut tiboutoIt and a thousand wild :rumors were afloat on the streets. After tho ground was spied out and otcry. man illooat od," it was disoovored that the .omp crats were as :soljd as % r.ock, gnd would march shoulder to -shoulder until the completo and,pormancnL rp domption of' Sotl Carolina was an accoinplished fact., The Republican3, supposing. that the blection of a United States Sonator would come.up, hal, it is said, agreed in caytctis to sulpport Gen. Gary in oppositioh to'Gd. itt lor, on accountof his sti-mi...

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

V#f**bAll M~bt~ The fruit c ps now Alinty. TbHa ria 0lhe-ve'sd6ift' how lan. g0 or want of easps,t Our farmipra Aru,o ,6sy plant ingAbalmour town is visi8td sdu sl, d" Mta is consequently dell W 1pd di'Stt6Atk*b1ll will be ii the time for its do.lendri'bo este.Mdl1till fall. I WheV.Ndp r gunita.MdIeait Pink- I eo,ia dying official *Fbeeth! to 'be I Ce04ted. Such is lif74appy; 1 0yo dVA9 %4norrow missern-blel -"We are born to'6if'tM1V sy,hrks fly in WRL authorizcd to stato that . tgrIMLfs w 1)roaoh at So, cona 4urohon the -eoon.d Sunday, itAWt., at 11 o'cioek,A. A . e qf 5 -----+++ --_.._ W04ibreby acknowledge the receipt' ofaggg 'of Iusciousr b ti'aw borries I f1igabdigahdevnof Mrs. Ann Griffin, t S fi rst t qho soason. We love t srra oe.r .41 ho wij. .0* next to I t .nF wiffmlla Pmunno? I qudj, 0 D8cfsville, h)fvipV6strawberries and ho has cu-. ehj s now running. Hurrah for Dacusville! OI0 t;estied fellow townsman, VdA..L#goq#, Esq., and lady, re% 3 tf0tietlfn Friday last fiom Char...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 May 1877

Sda ig& to64 There is a Igend Atlog aitha one day nearly a hundred XOars ago, the snow was ikly 6,en feft deep on the streets of Detroit. On that day iot a womasp Was sen down town, but next day, when the snow bd seided i foot or so, they were abroad as usual. They were out wading through the slush and jump tng the pools, and one of them fell 'kor splashl' S *,,6 p4se@k so -- dier's wonume .t. A wan standing thirty feet away began aUighing up roariously. He got red in the face, tears come to hia eyese and his hat fell off as he laughed and erid cu: 'Went right down like a bag of sand-slush a foot deep, starched uip to kill-never saw anybody look so cheap-oh ho 1 ho! hot' 'You are no gentleman, IPPl re marked a man who had witnessed the mi,lap. 'Can't help that--ha! ho hor langhed the other, bending ahnost double. 'You haven't the first instincts of a gentleman, sir,'continued the other, growing very mad. 'I know it, but ho! hol hol'sereamed the other. 'I know just how ehe felt a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 May 1877

DBVOTBD TO POLITIO, MORALITY, BDUCATION ANP tO TRJS GSNERAL IJTE7EST OF TBR OUNTRY. VI. PICKEXS, S. C., THURKDAY, MAY 10, 18Th NO.3 14 THE SENTINEL D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. 3 D. F. BRADLEY & CO. Terms of Subscription. Oae Year... .. .. . ... .. . . .3160 kM1 th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Advertising ]Rates. Ad*ertisements Inserted at the rate of $1 00 pr square, of (9) nine lines, oR LesS, for the Arst insertion, and 50 cents for each subse. itoont isertion. * Centracts made for Tnaux, six or TWLVE months, on favorable terms. Adertisements not having the number of insettions marked on them, will be published until forbid and charged accordingly. These terms are so simple any child may Saderstand them. Nine lines is a square oup insh, Ia every instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be inade t,o odoupy four or five squares, as the *4votiUser may wish, and is charged by the gracs. S80Advertisers will please state the num be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 May 1877

THE SENTINEL D. P. BRADLEY, 161or. PICKENS U. H., S. C.: Thursday, May 10, 187. Editorial Correspondence. COLUMBIA, S. C., May 4, 1877. Dear Sentinel: Since my kMet, say oral more of the "repentent rebels" have boon seated under the same emN ditions imposed upon thoe who were seated before them-that of porging thomelves of the contempt of the HIouse of which they had been ad judged to be in. Andrews, a colored member from Sumter, said that he did not fool in his conscience that ho had done wrong, and would not toll a lie for a 4oat in the Houso. H-e said that his course in the Mackey Houso should be sufficient evidenco to the Demo crats that ho desired to do right, and he pointed to the fact that he had voted against Mackey for Speak ei and against the action of that body in excluding the vote of Edgefield and Laurens. Ho was a member of the last House, and from my own personal knowledge, was one of the best and most conservative Ropubli. can membor3 in it. But hii apology was not s...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 May 1877

lmur irisia.now without yeat. Plenty of kerosepe oil In town. A refreshing rain fell on Friday 4 zight. The leaves of the forest is not yet halfigrown. barden. vegetation looks promising. T*e - wood buying season ie over. Lo Virejoice. Afiloher refreshing rain on datur day.. The gardens and upland farms woko beginning to nood it. ka Otrjailer must feol a little lonely without that singing with which he hts boen familiar for several weeks. Red tape has proved to be a potent OoWer on the office door of the State Capital. The practice is bpreading. We will take "strawberry" in ours Er*6y time. The nectar of the gods wah never more delicious. The treasury of the Easley Town Council is plethoric with 'greenbacks.' Usc$ers have had recent accossions. ,Thie recent cold soap has not hurt the fruit or even the tenderest vegita tion. Although frost was plainly vi. sible-in favorable placee. Mr. H. J. Lewis. who lives almost Ander the 13lue Ridge, has Irish po tat6es.as large as hen's eggs. Th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 May 1877

What Bob Wade Says* Ben Wade, of Ohio, talks of Presi. dont Hay.s in a siyle th4t makes Mr. Blaine's innuendoes and Mr. Phillips sneers look as mild-as milk. He coifesse, In a letter published In tihe Times of yiWterday morning, that lie did all b could to procure tle not. inati4, of I4yes at the Cinainnatti ConventiOn, and adds: "I do re member it, after what has transpired with indignation and bitterness of ol t'at I noter felt before." He says that lie supposed the President was in sympathy with the party in regard to the negro, but is now no louer of that opinion: "I have been deebived, betrayed, and even humili ated by the course lie has taken to a degree that I have not language to express." The despondent Ben Wade does not take the same rose-colored view of the situation that the joyous Dick Thompson does, and thus de scribes the movement for the resues sitation of the Whig party: "No doubt he meditates the destruction of the party that elected him. A con templation of all th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 May 1877

DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND .0 THE GHNERAL INTEREST OF TIE COUNTRY. L. vi. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1877. SoNO 3HRS THE SENL.TINEL '1 .PUBLISHED EVERY. THURSDAY. BY D. F. BRADLEY & CO. Terms of Subscriptionk. die Year.. ............ .1 50 514 M6nths ............ 75 Advertising Rates. 'Ad'ertivement s Inserted at the rate of $1 00 pap aquoe, of (9) nine lines, oR LESS, for the lyst insertion, and 50 cents for each subse fuesh lnsei tion. - Contracts made for TnREE, sIX or JrWFLVE rpenths, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of insertions marked on them, will be published qtil forbid and charged accordingly. These terms are so simple any child may ttaerstand thon. Nine lines Is a square one. inch. In every instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can tbe vade to occupy four or five squares, as the avWertifer may wish, and is charged by the spce. - g' Advertisers will please state the num ber of squares they wish ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 May 1877

THE SENTINEL( D. P. BRADLEY. Editor. PJOXENS 0. 11., 8. C: -- - -c Thursday, May 17, 1877. Editorial Correspondence. 0 )VOL10411rA, S. C., May 9, 1877. 1 Dear &ntinel: The work of the t General Assembly is progressing roa. , snably fast and satlisfactorially. Thero has boon a great deal more business presented for the action of the Gonoral Assembly than cati possibly be dis posed of at this session, unless it should be an unreasonably long one. But most of the members are now ones, and each has his pot scheme, which ho thinks is more important to the State than anything else, and he is exceedingly anxious to get it be foro the country-especially before his constituency. My idea was that only f such legislation as was recommended by the Governor should be passed upon at this called session, and we should have made it a short ono. To go into and perfect such legislation as the best interest of the State demands, C will require months of hard and pa tient labor. It is not the doing...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 May 1877

LOCAL ITEMS. Communication from "Rover," is crowded out of this issue, will appear next week. That delicious vegetable, the Eng" 11sh pea was furnished from our gard. ens last week. A mad dog was killed three miles west of $his plaoe, on Friday last, after bitWg several cattle and hogs. Service will be hold in the Methodist Church at Pickens C. H. on the first Babbath, at 4 P. M., and on the second Sabbath at 101 A. M. The cold weather has well-nigh set, tied the cotton question. All nature itself, it seems, as well as the Russians and Turks, is against the production of cotton. To walk a mile out of town, on a hot 'summer's morning, to hear a good preacher and eloquent sermon, and in the midst of the vernal fresb. ness and beauty of the rural scenery, is, perhaps, not to be regretted. Mr. A. M. Folger is the agent for the unbreakable Monitor Lamp Chim ney. Mr. Folger drove several 8 penna nails Into a box with one of these chimneys, without breaking it. They are the greatest invent...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 May 1877

1ibOEerIA3W Auainess. A :t Aogwai citien of Croghan street i er day of a good feriian gentleman who always walk Od kA0i th a smile on his face. Woo .0eis. Perelan w8 asked why .lwy looked so.happy whoun oths or,meu louked sad be replied: "I smile because it may be mun shine to some poor soil surrounded by ihadows." "11v very i66 in the Persain, and Croglian street man said he'd be han god ii he coutldn't outsmile a Persian or aUbqdy else waking around on twlkgs. Lie at once began to ismilo at his wifo. She sto d it for t 1fw minutes, and then observed: "What's the matter, William,--got the eblic aiaini" 'I srnile because I want to carry sunshine to your karkened soul," he replied. She"W-itcd 11im to understand that fifteep,iyiguutcs at the wood pile would hlpj her Jpoo Ahan all the grns he could,grin in a straight week, tmd wl 1 he Went into the kitcliui to smile sano sunshine at tle hired girl the wif.41Wed him and raised a row tpstigt dinier three quartors of an hour behind hand. ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 May 1877

DEVOTBD TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND 'O TIB GIINRAL INTEREST O TH2 0OUNTRT. VOL. VI. . PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1877 NO. 37 T11 SENTINEL 1, PULISUED VJUY THURSDAY. iY D. P. BRADLEY & CO. teens of Subseription. Oie Year. .... . .1 60 at Months . . . . . . . 75 --Advertising Rates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 per kquare, of (9) nine lines, OR LZSS, for the irht, sertion, and 60 cents for each subse qieit inset tion. Ceak*Ats made for THREN, six or TWNLVE mf4ths, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of inertions mrked on them, will be published uq forbid and charged accordingly. These terms are so simple any child may udderstand them. Nine lines is a square one:inch, In every instance we charge by thse space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be'made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the space. 'X Advertisers will please state the num bet' of squares they wish their advertisements to ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 May 1877

477 THE f I TIL D- P. BR L .ditor. PIOKENS 1. .11 . 0: * Thursday, May 24, 1877 Editorial Cbrrespondence. COLAMBIA, S. C., May 15, 1877. Dear '&Atinel: The appropriation and tax bills har boon mado special orders from day'to'dfftMT6-i * of, and are being contAlorodTeAth day. The amount sought. to be appropria ted by the bill was about cor-octly Ptatod in my last letter. : There is con; siderablo opposition to the 6th soc. which appropriates 800,000 to pay the interest on the public debt. The arg4ment of those who oppose the ap. propriation Is, that thoro is very grave doubts as to the legality of many of the bonds hold against the State and that not a cent ot interest should be paid until all tho bonds are okamined and closely sorutinizod by a commis sion appointed for that purposo. Thuy ignore the fact that the funding act expressly provides that the coupons shall be receivable for taxes and there is no way to provont their tender, ex copt by a repoaf of tho act, in which event...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 May 1877

'LJA.L T.MS. ,,ag your XubsiePtoUO ItyO few taNtr qwen. vOa'tMlmost an entire failure. Quietude reigns supreme. Wo.have heurd of no liew case of bt4r*phobia. Local iterbi:(this waek) by a new band at thO bellows. h t in this county was never TO e mising than at present. Now- is 'the. tiie tq ;4tig up the weelVatd lot the corn grow." Ng8s'. Ragoed and 'Alexander are r1ghtl'ide up with care. Cotton has about spun out. It will avorage about seventoon hundred fine. So small and scattoring. Garden and vogotablo patches are doing welt-scarcely ever better at t414'sabon of the year. 'If an one slwuld send us a mess of Irish potatoes, it would certainly mako aa,feel very "Irishy." Otur Professor turns down all the tOWi.o11 Harty laughing. Some of our neighbors is hallowing MhUrrai or Cooke aud Mackey. Jorremiah Loopor has become a ggpd Ilamptou man. -Thd mad dog excitement is running vAry,high at present. '61. U. is a good business man and very ooo'mmodating it it pay's. It Is ab6ut time th...

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