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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 June 1878

-4W 1, rv AL4 Ath b ' :, j Tbi..1.r.XO v 111'sVr napHE SENT1NEI 8og W PWL1bHED EVERY THURSDAY the Pei/ T1 BY D. F. BRADLEY & CO. Y'Viessma of Subscription. : Year $16 8.Mot1b.0 7 "Vertisivag Rates. AdreMyt6qseoPts inserted at the at:e of $1.0 square, of (9) nine fines, oit t'.38, for tb t Insertion, and 60 cents for each subsq quinent inser tion. Glodt'adts thade for Tutta, six or TWELV 11 onbhs, ,o favorable terms. toeS.4dyertisements not having the number i .%.rJions morked on them, will be publishe Loc. "forbid arid charged necordingly. evi ines'teins gedof e simple any child ma *1 . nderstnd'them. Nine lines is a square -:oane ijcho. .In eveiy instance we charge I Be. e pae,oacupied, as eight or ten lines ce ,atde t~o occupy four or fiye squares, as tl ent vertisir may wish, and is charged by ti Subqt**' 3W Advertisers will please state the nur EL anfler of squares they wieh their advertisemen the g. make. SW Business men who advertise to, 1 *' tenefltted, will bear in mind ...

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. — 27 June 1878

fEN11 O. H., 8. 0.: Thurdsay, run* 27,1879 At Edgeffeld Coart House on thec bth fne1t. Yorton Brooker a white man, shot and kiffed Gus Harris, a otored United fttes mareshafl The killing was done In sWlf defense, and -yudge Aldrich released Brooker from Arrest on his own recognizance. Kayes Title. Congrese, before its adjournment, by a vote of 225 to 14, declared that in as much as a former Congress had declared Hayes elected President of the United States, by adopting the Eloectoral Commission's count. N6 future Congress had the right to question his title, and that, notwith, standing the frauds by which he ob tained the office, his title was legal and unassailable. This is legalizing faud with a vengence. Personal. Nr. C. McKinley, the able and In dnstriops reporter of the Charleston News and Courier, came up to Pick. ens on last Friday. His mission is to gather and report all the facth in re, ference to revenue outrages in this County, and he has found rather more thra he anticip...

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. — 27 June 1878

Ih h . A . . k .sto4 - Ch 1 - 4 Whin each month vtt 4 -.'616ek p. at. th tooso hmofb A-10* o'clock r. m. " 24al~ - .4v;ot"- f * ,~ mio, s Sbbat a S8ud yiff month at,1 o'glock a.-so. tev.Jugh )4q1eov, at Secona on 4th Sab- I batb' at 11 o'clook a.- m , and at the Methodist Chutob In this piace at 5 o'clo6k p. m. t IV' -Our price for announcing a ina n didate is $5.00,.cash in advance. Posi dively no announcement will be inserted without the cash accompanies the same. I Clandidates and their - friends will take a due notice-and govern themselves accor- I t ousin John," at Central, keeps the best HotWt in the South. Mr, Barnett Smith bad corn silks i on the 8d of June. ' a stey locals crowded out of this isue-will appear.in.our naxt. . i. d. endriks placed us under tbigations to him'last week for a i -nice. iess of okra. This was the first we have see this season. Capt. C. L. Hollingsworth has re-. signed the position of Clerk of the Board of Cottnty Commissioners, and Maj. J. J. Lewis...

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. — 27 June 1878

It*Ilf4e*. r f* h6.est7 printed there. t 9PM of those that boy, s.as wbete hearth Ares glew. i&sgktq thatbua below. S thos whose words A ft like songs of birds, 4beo uttersoe prudese6 girds. a de Iwo thode that do that Is sraaest and brave and true, r at by 'onest the long day through. t iKI feet are those that to t adly ministrisv to and 6o. Own lowliest ways, If God wills It so. . j utiII shouldern are those that bear t sasless burdens of homely care ith patient grace and daily prayer. tul lives are those that bless, at rivers of happiness, C tvlhose hidden fountains but few may guess. L aatitl twilight, at set of sun, A Okutftl goal, with race well won, -1Ut3ai rest; with work well done. C eautiful graves where grasses creep, Where the brown leaves fall, where drifts lie % deep c Oer worn-out hands-ob, beautiful sleep! V The Blue and the Gray. Mr. H. V. Redfield, who is one of t the most careful and observant cor- V respondents in the country, has just a opntributed a paper t...

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. — 4 July 1878

- 1 - - - - - * At DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND .0 THY GENERAL INTER L. VI. PICKENS, S. C.. THURSDAY. JUL SENTINEL PUBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY. BY D. F. BRADLEY & CO. !et'ms of Subscrlptioii. Year... ...........$150 donths --------.............. 75 Advertisiag Rates. dvertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 square, of (0) nine lines, oR LEsS, for the insertion,' and 60 cents for each subse Inset tion. atraots made for THURE, sIX or TWELVE ne, on favorable terms. Ldvert-isements not having the number of artions morked on them, will be published I forbid and charged accordingly. iese terms are so simple any child may s'tand them. Nine lines is a square .ch, In every instance we charge by ace occupied, as eight or ten lines can Ade to occupy four or five squares, as the ertiser may wish, and is charged by the oe. " Advertisers will please state the num e of squares they wish their advertisezuents iake. 5"' Business men who advertise to be nefitted, will bear in min...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 July 1878

C t ( f I. ( I I' I I I ( I I ( J I f I C t t f t 3 I I I 3 I I ( A wORD OF EXPLANATION. If I may travel outside of tho re ord just here, it may be remnarke hat the failure of Ladd's family t leny, in their affidavits, the allege act of Ladd's having attempted t hoot thbe officer, is doubtless owing t he fact that they did not know of th :barge having been madeongainst himr ~s they had not, of course, seen th efldavits mado by the officers. ] Iadd had a gun in his his har~d,i nay be further said, this cannot b sonsidored evidence of any evil inteon .ion on his part, as no one of th nonntainocrs over leaves his hous without bearing on his shouldcr th 'amiliar old squirrel rifle, which is al vays carried 10or the purp~oso of kil ng such game as they can findi ,heir r'ambling in the woods. Lad kvas just on the point of leaving homn >u such a short journey to a ncigh >or's house and had slung over hi ihoulder a havorsitck containing sow bell and one or two plough point which he in...

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. — 4 July 1878

A roh irectorys Iethodist ohmroh, Rev. A W. Wa)ker,?Paster. 1t Sabbth In each month at 4 'o'clok p. n. 2d Sabbath. in eqch month at 101 o'olook a. M. 0SeeooA-aptit Church,oRev.W. B. Sin gle te Pastor, Jit Sabbath and Saturday before I& esh'month at 11 o'olook a. m. . Rev. Hugh Netees, at Secona on 4th Sab bath at 11 6%6lock a. m , and at the Methodist Church in this place at 5 o'clook p. m. 1W Otur price for announcing a can. didate is $6.00, cash in advance. Posi tvely no announcement will be inserted toeltottt the cash accompanies the same. Cbndidares and their friends will take due notice and govern themselves accor dingly. Mr. Perrin O'Dell, near Easley, is the ohampion potato raiser of the County. - He had a sweet potato pie on the 26th of June. Who can boat it. Capt. Wm. Hunter brought to this office last- Monday, cotton blooms, which opened on the 27th ult. The Captain has 88 acres in cotton this year. Capt. R. L. Lewis, of Central, that bigshearted, wholeisouled, 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. — 4 July 1878

Bu xons -r PIOr PEACE. " EDrruft-I love to meet a na bdr and hear him ahy. "bow's craps?' 1,eontIue to like farmin. I like il vbtter and. exsep that the wheat it sumwbat doubtful about makin v 'rap. A ittile long bug with a tail al both' eends has got in the joints anc sucked the' sap out, and its fallir down in patches. L)oks like there is always sumthin preyin on sumthin and nuthin is safe from disaster it this subloonary world. Flies an< buga and iust prey on the greet wheat. Weevils eat it up when iti cut and put away. Rats eat thi corn-moles eat the gubbers-hawki eat the chickens-the minks kille< three of our young ducks in on night-cholera kills the hogs-an< the other night one of my naborE mules cum along with the blin staggers and fell up a pair of seve steps right into my front gate an died without kickin. Then there i briars and nettles and tread safts an smart wood and pisen oak and Span ish needles and cickle burs and do fennel and snakes, thats always i the way...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 July 1878

V ~ W. "Ups~.t3 4?r.F~ ;."JPT;,4i AIN-, 4 DL. 4. ' - r -4 -- DBYOTBD TO POLITiCS, MORALITY, BDUCATION AND ?O THE GENERAL INTEIST OF TUB OOUNTR PC VII . PIOKENS, S. 0., THURSDAY, JULY iL, 1878. N THE4 S TINE t8 PUBLISUED I RY TItURSDAY. Teems of S bacription. Orne Year. . ... $150 six Months ... 76 Advertiw.g Rates. Advertisements inprted at the rate of $1 00 pe square, of (9) nkhe lines, OIL Lss, for the Brst Insertion, and 0 cents for each oubse quent inseytion. Contraos made r THREM, six or TWELV Woaths, on Ivora terms. Advertisements t having the number of S asertions marked n them, will be published astil forbid and o rged accordingly. These terms ar so simple any child may understand them Nine lines Is a square eIe inch, In ev y Instance we charge by the space occupi , as eight or ten lines can be sade to ocou four or five squares, as the dvertiser may sh, and is charged by the SOe. ISW Adverti rs will please state the num ber of squares t ey wi.th their advertisements to make....

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 July 1878

PICEENS 0.H, 8. O.: Thursday, July 11,1878. The Columbia Register. We would have noticed what the Volumbia Register said about us last week had spao permitted, but as our columns were filled with other matter considered more important, we defer red our reply to this issue. Any siurs or inuendoes burled at us by that journal we propose to pass by and briefly state facts in justification of what we said in our first article. The .Re~!eter. in the first place, pub, lished, wth flaming bead letters, the telegram sent to Mr. Brayton, about the Ladd murder, by tho men who did tho killing, or by their friends and sympathizers. It then, a week later perhaps, published a statemon t from Brayton, to which we took exceptions and upon which we at the time made the objectionable comments. All this time the Register had not published a word on the other side, and the only excuse made for not publishing what we said about the affair was "because it was misplased on the night it was received, and w...

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. — 11 July 1878

W, Nit'eor. aontbh at o'olookp. m. S otb 101 floo a;. m. chu'rchov. W.* .B singe abbthand aturds bifr ili M 11 o'clook's. m. Noeies, at Seons on 4th Bob c lock'&. in , "ad at the4 Methodist 4$this place at 6 o'clock p. M. Our. price for announcing a can 65.00, cash fn advance. Posi' o announcement will be insebted thq,%zh accompanies the same. te and their friends will take otice and govern themselves accor -odat crop in this County, we * formed, is very fine. "glorious fourth" came and we this section. That's all. cholera has made its appear an this section. Several hogs hav ed from it. C. .Barret is now rusticating on the Mnost heighths of the Blue 'Bid Th as been the coolest summer othts we ever experienced. What - is the use of it! Can some one tell us. Ca . C. Hughes has vary fine sorgh cane and will make a quan. tity o lasses this year. Mis Vesta Mauldin and Addie Hollin orth, of this place, have re cently duated at Williamston Fe male go. Maj. . Stewart informs us thal be...

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. — 11 July 1878

~ere ,dti~ reapd to take touri, idd doubtless Intended do so when they arrived here. ol Oothran, the Circuit Solieitor, on hand, and well prepared 9ppose this action, as lie was do ied to meet the issne and force to a final settlement. The alter W6neti coorse of moving for a change 1venne be- had decided not to re sist, for reason already stated in the News and Courier. Court convened at 10 o'slock, and tre grand jury being pr-esent several bills were submitted to them for ac.. tion, and Judge Kershaw delivered his charge. A TRUN BILL AGAINST THE OFFICERS. The jury retired and quickly re turned with a true bill in an anim portant case, which had at once prom ceeded to trial and was soon disposed of. A seoond time they retuined and handed in a "true bill" in the case of the State against Kane, Dur ham, Morse and Scruggs, indicted for the murder of Amos Ladd. The counsel for the prisoners, who bad beard the Judge's charge, and doubt. less considered that they had little to hope for in...

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 July 1878

I I am44; t -t *. - -- * -a PT DEVOTED TO POLITICS MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO TEGNRLITRS FTECUTY 'iPICKENS., S. C., THURSAJLI8 88 g PUBLISHED RY, THURSDAY BY D * AD EY & Co. Termw of ubscription. no Year ... .......... $1 50 BIX Months .............75 Advert Ing Rates. Advertisements gerted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of (9 ine lines, OR LEsS, for the first Insertion, a 60 cents for each subse quent inset tLion. CPontracss mad or TRREEF sIX or TWELVE pmonths, on favo ble terms. Advertisemen not having the number*of asertions maerk on thepn, will be published tta~t l forbid an barged accordingly. These terms e so simple any child may uddirstand th . Nine lines is a square one inch. In ery instance we charge by the space occu ed, as eight or ten lines can be made to oc py four .or five squares, as the advertiser ma ish, and is charged by the space. Adve sers will please state the num ber- of square hey wish their advertisements to make. Busi sa men who advertise to be benefit...

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. — 18 July 1878

A: -.Carstiaa? WO, .9ed pleas. atf the iobalityi\*fin 1 Is likely to"ct*r, so that all the people may be Inform.. S0: ed of the bad intentions of a portion of tbet' follow citizans? We have not before sincee the days of Chamber. 18,1878 lain, Corbin & Co., heard of a proba. bility of a revival of Ku-Kluxism, In a able andex'' and if General Hagood had made any n, refuses fhemotion such discovery, he is certainly ahead .0e of Kane et al., for* of any newspaper man in the State. of Amos Ladd, to the n utterances sound very wildly to iions to fill and we want non to Rules Governing the Primary ,ltta fill themthn t ire honest, sober, xpe- for Pickens County. iiened, practical, intelligent men; RULIg 1. The primary election for men of the best - talent and bra in Pickens County ohall be held on Fri. tle County, 0 that they may be an day, the 30th day of August, 1878) at a mthe usual place of meeting of each honor to the office and not the office club. an honor to the men. These are s...

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. — 18 July 1878

4 -P1 Is 18,1878 e ease ofpKaae.et at., fo MoYf to so that all the people may be Worm ed of tbe bad intentions of a portion of theW follow citizans? We have not before since the days of Chamber. 1,1878 lain, Corbin & Co., heard of a probas bility of a revival of Ku-Kluxism, and if General liagood had made any .b,'rofluses the motion such discovery, he is certainly ahead %case of Kane et al., fow of any newspaper man in the State. Amos Ldd, to the Ufaitterances sound very wildly to tf Cntirt. WA . haie not pg" -A-WW! 1 M, 1 -O.tlons to fill, and we want men to Rules Governing the Primary *$1tegp i thet that are honest, sober, xpe. fdr Piokens County. alenced, practical, intelligent men; RULi 1. The primary electionfo.r men of the best - talent and brain In Pickens County bhall be held on .Pra. the County, so that they may be an day, the 30th day of August, 1878, .at Sth the usual place of meeting of each honor to the office and not the Offiee club. -. an honor to the men. These a...

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. — 18 July 1878

VERYTHIN G i USUALLT~ KEPT IN AN at a I.o ,r 1ith ud in~ to do 1,pid pow.. p kil, lun~ Of .ap rrks: W, .VcFLL .KE IVTAD ETSE NS J.i 1on0 :, 18 &188odstet it AGENTVA VREA THIEMN! WonderfuIvento a igs. Address,xx &J., MarI&Sal, Mich.8WodstetPt WeM noil pricAent a10 oly of$425.Uper Superb Graand Square Pianos, price $1,100 only $255. Elegant Upright, Pianos, price $800 only $165. Now atyle Upright Pianos $112.50. Organs $35. Organs 12 stops $72.60. Church Organs 16 stops price $800, only $115. Elegant $376 Mirror Top Or gains, only $105. Buyers come and see me at home if I aim not as represented, R. R. Faire paid both ways and Piano or Organ given free. Large illst. Newspaper with much in. formation about cost of Pianos and. Organs sent free. Please address DAxI5t F. IsiarTY, Washington, N. J, SaIrltfr'Is The only combination of the true Jamaica Cin 1ger with choice Aromatics and French Brandy for |Cholera, Choira Morbus, Cramps and Pains, Diar. Jamaica jrhoea and Dysentecr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 July 1878

Chi~oh ~ rootory. 4~iod bI~h Rer. A. W. Walher, Pastor. theach month at 4 o'clook p. m. URb h is paoh tynthb at 10j o'olock a. m. Seo~n Bpist Churob,'.e. W. B. Bin gle. Pst 3t sbbath and Satuirday before. 90134o~ at 11 o'glook a. mn. . Ih Motees, at Seconia on 4th Sab,. ~ Ub~t~at 1 e'olook-a. mn , and at the Methodist ~hwh I this plsce at 5~ o'clock p. ni. 33 p rice for announcing a can. Tatefis .Q0, cash in -advance, Posi.. eyno unouncement wvill be inserted t~oti# t caek Accompanies the same. didat 'and their friends will take d Asotice nd govern themselves accor-~ omnmu ication of "Vidi" will ap, r next eek. arried n the 7th instant, by Rev. . Gain , Mr. Jerry Price to Mr's. Bsv. D. .Butler, of Georgia, one of tealsBpitmnsesi h next, 2'cloins.at.10notclock, A.nday for ths pmroefisruto nddil be aee off- rthe Pies Coquest Houe preemnticCut ikn 0. H on T reay the 25th intant, aS2 'ook m. Membnersgnd Dre Stpropitors oF . BRAL, fPeright \set atWilsnk ent f.n aturdayn for theepurposie ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 July 1878

Death from Hydrophobia. Mr. Asa Pool, a citizen of Spartau, burg county, died from hydrophobia, on the 27th ult. The following ac count of his death is given by a corres pondent to the Columbia Register: "Pool did not seem to be vicious, but rather frightened, and solicitous of help from those around him, and talked rational up to late in the after. noon. 1Ie said he was in no pain, but when the spasms came on he seemed to experience a smothering sensation. Hie wont about the yard with a dipper of water in his hand, and would say, "I want this water, but I can't drink it." Late in the afternoon he seemed to grow worse, and wont wild, and ran as fast as he could for about a hundred yards, and was forcibly brought back and confined in a smoke house, when he became so furious that he had to be tied with sheets. He foamed at the mouth and was raving mad up to the time of his death. "Mr. Pool was a single man about 45 years old. All who visited him were profundly impressed with the terri...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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