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THE SENTINEL.'
D. P, BEUDLEYi Editor and Proorietor.
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PICKENS C. 11., S. C.:
o
Thursday, Dee. 2, 1875,
Editorial Correspondence.
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 25,1875.
Dear Sentinel: Pursuant to tho provisions
of tho Constitution, tho Genoral
Assembly of South Carolina convoncd
in regular session on tho 23d
instant, at 12 o'olock, M, a quorum
of both Houses boing proso"t. Aftor
tho usual cxchango of mossagos befwftnn
t Kn u'a 1 Tahoao
? .. w.? vnu Ui) V ai. vhovjoj i 11 IW 1 111 I 11 ^
oach other of their organization and
roadinoBS to procoed to business, a
joint committco waitod upon tho Gov*
crnor, and informed him that tho two
Houses woro roady to prooood lo hueinoss,
when in a short timo aftor his
privato Secretary prosontod his annus
al message, his veto mosHago ol tho
Rlinnlv nr t.rtv hill n mncun ,,r, I ?./ .
vvj " " *"?
foronco to tho death of Vico Prosidont
Wilson, tho annual reports ot tho
Stato ofticers and othor documents,
which woro disposod of in tho usual
foim. The Governor's annual mess
sago is quite elaborate, and treats very
concisely and at considerable longth,
of tho various subjects connected with
tho administration of Stato affairs.?
llo shows no signs of weakness on
tho subjoot of reform, but rnthor ap~
pours to bo moro aggressive in that
diroction: indood it appears (eupor*
ficialy) from tho unanimity with
i.:- ? _r
wijiuii inrc vuiu l>l HID lliX Dili WHH
sustained in tho llouso yesterday,
that ho has mastcrod tho situasion,
though ho iiiay be standing upon ?hn
crust of u terrific volcano, that may
Boon burst and swallow up all his ro
iorm moasuros in tho lava of corruption.
Under tho hoad of "taxation"
tho Govornor says ho is happy to oxprosa
tho belief that tho tux laws of
thoStaloaro now administered with
fairnosB and ability, and that ho knows
of no instnnoo whoro complaints havo
been u?ilv nrcscr.tod ihnf Imiwa
rocoivcd due consideration. Tho taxable
property of tho Stato, roal and i
personal*according to tho last assess- i
rnont.. amounts to $130,880,415. Dmv i
ing tho past year, under tho decisions J
of tho United States Supromo Court, i
tlio entiro property of the .Northeast
crn Railroad Companj', and a largo j
pari of tho (South Gnralina Kailroad c
Com pan j' has boon suhjcotod to tax-> c
ation. Tho quostion of tho liability j
of tho Savannah and Charleston, and t
Lho Air Lino Railroad Companies, is
now ucioro (no ftupromo Court, and i
is boliovcd that decisions, favorable to t
tho Sfato will bo ronchod in thcso i
eases. Jlo has no spccifio rceommen- (
dations to ninko uj)on tho fuibjcct of |
our tax laws, but promison to warmly (
favor any changes whichjmay promiso ^
grcator emeiency or lairneHs in the ad (
ministration of this department of |
tho government. In tho matter of t
expenditures, thero has been groat t
advaneoE mailo during tho past year c
towards a proper scalo and monsuro. d
Tlio intolorablo abuses of former years i
in connoction with contingent funds n
bavo also been in n. frrniii. ?">
? O* w,*v VV * V/ I
movod. Tlio appropriations for Logislativo
oxponsoH for tlto last' year j,
wore greatly rcducod, and further re- (
duct>on for tlio present year is urgod, 0
and a short session earnestly rocom* t
mended. Tho public printing, nvor- ^
aged, for tho lant throe proccding yearn j
$181,209.95. it was roc.uocd tho last ^
yonr to ^50,000. This branch of pub- t|
lio work is recommended to bo thrown
opon to tho lowost responsible biddor. t
A reduction of tiio nmnb<v of public !
officers, and salaries, is rocomniondod. s
Tho expenditures of public monies t
Bliouidbo kept within the appropriation p
Tlio failure of tho South Carolina
Hunk and Trust Company haa had a
depressing olToct on our publio socuritioe,
and groatly rotardod tho funds
ing process, $3,618,200.82 of consoli
elation bonds and stock havo beon
isBnod. About sovon tonths of all tho
bonds and Block made oxchangoablo
undor tho consolidation aot havo boon
oxebangod. Borao oquitablo modo for
tho liquidation of tho floating dobt in
roeonimonded. Tho financial condition
of many of tho oountien has boon
improvod tho poet year. Tho roporte
of tho various public offioos and officers
of public institutions aro briofly
advortod to, and said to oontain much
valuablo statislical information. Ono
or two common schools in cnch county
aro rocommcndod to bo raisod to
tho grado of high schools, whoro tho
n,1...... t ? I.: t ...A.
iiuTitimn^un ui u iwgncr grauo oi OOU^j
cation may bo Within tbo roach of all.
Tbo condition of tbo Stato University,
; State Normal School, tbo Stato Agricultural
Colle?;o atid Modieal Institute,
and tbo school for tbo Deaf,
Dumb and tho Blind, aro briofly reviewed,
and cortain recommendations
made. Tho ^organization of tho
Stato mnlitia is rooommondod, but to
bo confinod to tho citios, which is not
so very objootionablo, but tho nooessity
of any organization whatever, I
am unablo to soe. Tho oondition ot
tho Ponikontiary and tho Stato Luna
tic Aseylum ia roviowod, nnd rooom
mondationB mado. Tho number now
confined in tho Penitontinry is 322?
818 males and 4 fonialos. Tho cloo*
linn '*e I I 1
v.v.i V?I jUOVIVUD U1 l/UU JJUUUO UlIU UUII?stables,
as roquirod by tho Conslitu-*
lion, is rcoommondod. Tho registratinn
of votorsaooording to tho roquiremerits
ol tho Constitution is strongly
urged. Tho system of minority representation
is again urgod. On tho
subject of the olcotion of Judges, the
Governor expresses himsolf in benu
tit'ul and lorciblo language). Ho says:
"Logal loarning, a judicial spirit, and
a high, umblomishod personal oharactor,
should mark ovory man who shall
bo oloctod to sit in the scats of Harper
and Dunkin, of O'-Noall and Wardlaw."
"If all tho.so qualities are not
attainablo, lot tho ono quality of nor
sonnl intogrity novcr bo lost sight, of."
"That community may well bo pitied,
which is doomod to submit itsgroatest
intoreet to tho docision of ono whoso
judgment will reflect hi* own passions
or interests." On tho nuoHtinn nf r?nrl
representation at tho contonnial tho
Govornor is vory cmphatio, and roeommonds
prompt action by tho
Genera' Asaombly in giving what aid
that is noewsary to insuro it. Tho
LOiiO of the whole na?H?ft?0 oxhibits a
high appreciation ot tho wants and
necessity Df tho Stato, and is ontiroly
nuvj 11 uin juiyLiim^ iiko a pariy or
partisan spirit v.'hioh ohavaotorizod
all tho racsaagOH of both his Bopubli
oati prodoooBBora. Tho moHaago vo*?
toing tho tax bill was next road, and
mado tho ?poo:al ordor for 10 o'olooU
Lho noxt da)'.
A mcanago on tho death of Vioo
L'roBidont Wilson vras thon reooived,
*nd on motion, tho llouso adiournod;
,o 12 M. noxt day, in respect to hiu
riemory, and tho flag on tho Stftto
liouso was ordered to be kopt at null
liast until aftor his funoral obsoquos.
At 12 M. yoatorday tho llouuo met
mrHuani 10 adjournment, wnon tho
sail of counties wan made, and notices
>1'a good many L ille, cto., woro given.
\L 10 o'clock tho veto messftgo was
aken up, and lo tho astonishment of
ill, was unanimously Bustaincd. In
h'.s message tho (lovornor rocomnends
tho reduction from 13J to 10i
inns, ana uomonstratos to the interest
>1 tho {Suite. JIo also recommends a
ovy oi only 9 J mills for tho noxt lis:al
year, and puts down tho fig u roe
itating that that amount only is no:essary.
1 think at this tinio, that
ii.i recommondatione in both instan
:ch win no carnoa out. A low bills,
>f minor importance, on tlio privato
inlander was then taken up unci conidored,
whon at tho usual hour tlio
louso adjourned ovor until Friday
,t 10 o'clock this Thursday, boing
hanksgiving day.
Jn thoSonato, no business of much
mportanco haa hoon done. Mr.
,'ochran, ol' A ndorwon lias given notico
fa bill to apportion tho roprcsentaion
according to tho last cenwus rounift,
which gives Piokons another
loproscntativo. I thinIc thoro will
o no doubt of our obtaining tho adlitional
llcnroBontativo.
Tho lien law, and tho act ropoaling
ho usury law, which aro twin evils, i i
hink will both bo rcpoalod titih boh- i
ion, though tho maximum ratoof in- <
orost may probably bo fixod at ten :
A? i/?A AI
v* vviivi II v |'I(?WVIVV V/l LMIJflll^ UUUU |
? _ 1 I
cotton attor night (which is generally i
stolen) by tho merchants, especially
In tho middlo and lower sections of
tho Stato, has booomo such an intolerablo
nuisanco, that an act to pro ont
it, I think, will bo passod during
A 1 - ?
uiu proHont session.
This boing thanksgiving day, 3
have h?d an opportunity to look
around at tho city of Columbia, and
regrot to say, that from ovory appoaranoo
and indioaton, tho spirit of im**
proTemont and progroas line flod her
kn?^l. 1 I ? 1 -
uumoro, X HUTU IIOVOI' BOOn MJ1H
grand old city which use to bo tho
beauty and prido of tho Stalo, preeont
suoh nn inactive, Bad, and in many
instances, dilapidated appearanco.?
I Nearly all tho ovidcncos of her former
I woalth and refinement, under tho rulo
of ignornnco and corruption, havo disappoarod.
No kind of property, I
am informed, can hardly bo disposed
of now, at flcarooly any prico. Tho
evils of which wo have long oomplaincd,
but pationtlv endured, are now.
bogining to show themselvos in unmistakablo
lorms on ovory hand, and
: t i! 11 . A i ? ? ?
io i(3 uigu Ltnio iiiht/ our poopio htiouiu
begin to cant about them to find a romody
for thoso ovils. But I havo
spun out a longor communication
than I oxpcctod to writo when 1 began,
and havo loft unnoticed soniothings
that might bo of interest to our
roadors, but knowing tho limited
spaoo, I will now desist. 13.
Death of Vioe-Fresident WilsonFew
toars, tho South at loast, will
bo shod over tho death of Vico ProsN
dont Wilson. An abolitionist in eons
timont, oduoation, and practico, ho
was tho uvowed and bitlor onomy of
tho institution ofslavory in thoSouth.
And IVH niinll l\lllifillnfl\ tliia inolitntinn
,
is forovoroverthrown, wo, ospocially
tho high-lo^od and chivalrous pooplo
of tho South, cannot mourn his death.
And why should wo? Mourn tho
(loath of a bittor and lifo-timo enemy?
Reason and tho common inatinofRof
our humanity forbid it. That tiio
pooplo of tho North should mourn
bin death, is not at nil unrousonablo
Wo always mourn for thoso who havo
either benefited us or who fur some
ioal or ii^gined qualities, havo cnliat
od nnr Iaua TUn??<WAi?n /.f
WVVM IVtV. A 1IUI ViVI Cj ?V ?J U1 IIIU
South cannot, in this instanco, feel
magnanimous enough to mourn tho
doath of tho Vico President of tho
United States. Tho only redeemable
foaturo of tho man's wholo life, viewod
from a Southern standpoint, in, that
latterly ho advised ft mildor course toward#
tho South, and for thu our gra?.
titudo may bo duo. Aa wo grow older,
wo should bocomo wiser. Porbaps,
the Vlco i'rosidont iiveu tu nvru l'iC .
follv of his rtroftfiftdirwf rif 1 f?-? ?
u I o 'v' ,,,v
a conviction that ho had boon a too
bitter enemy of hiH own people.?
Poaco to his ashosi
S- 9 ?
Taxpayers MeetingWo
aro authorizod to Htato that
thoro will bo a public meeting
holdon in tho Court JIouwo on noxt
Haiethiy, in reforonco to oxeouting an
appeal bond as suggested by Col. J.
J. Norton. It in an iinporativo duty
of each and cvory citizon of this Coun
ty ihnt. this bond bo cxcoutod without
delay; for thoro aro momentous interests
at stako, and ovory taxpayor, in*dividually
in Pickena County, should
bo dooply and vitally interested in the
success of Col. Norton: lor. if ho sue
coed, ho will lift vo iVcod I lie County
from an ono roim debt of $100,000, :i
sum suflioicnt to conHumoone sixth of
tho property of each individual now
in tho County. And, sinco wc lmvo
ojiloiou luc arena, 10 givo battle to 1
what wo boliovo an unjust and illegal
moasuro, and havo employed Colonel
Norton, as our attorney, lot ub collectively
and individually aid him in
whatovor iu essential to a Kiiccosslnl
inauo oven to tho hitter ond. If" ho
should fail (and ho novcr was moro ; <
confident of buccosh), tho additional i
oxponso to tho County will ho a moro I
bagalollo. Wo, then hopo, that ovory '
taxpayor (and wo aro all taxpayers)
who may ohanco to road this notion,
may individually fool it to ho an im? *
jiorui-ivu uuty uevoivingon inm,to aU j i
tond this mooting unci seo that Ihis j 1
bond bo gotton up, in ordor that (Jul. ! (
Norton may carry tlio caso up to tbo j ^
Supremo Court of tho United States '
in duo form, as required by law. Jt >
must bo attended to at onco, as the ! J
probabilities aro, that fiufiicicnt tiino I
will not 1)0 allowed to nvormfi. it fnn I 1
tho Circuit Court of tho United States <
is now holding in Columbia, and (hero J
ire only ton dayn nliownri nftnr it in j
Jecidod there, in which to talco an \ 1
appeal to tho Supremo Court of the f
Uuitod States. Tho County Coniniis- P
UJ?
Btonors havo alroady uigfrod the ap?
poal bond; but, as in the caso of individuals
taking an appeal, tboy too,
mustgivo soourity for tho niaintom?nco
of tho suit. This ia why wo want
natnos of privato persons on tho bond 1
?not that thoir property will bo dU
roctly bound for tho amount of tho
bond in oaeo of failuro, but as a moro
/ - / 1
turui ui law.
9
The Supremo Coort previoutly,
and Judge Maokey rooontly, have
dccidod tho question?that a lien tak
on upon a man's crop, to oecuro payment
for a horso or mulo, can not bo
onforcod.
Grant
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
you that I
Will
Provo to all, that I have as good and ohcap
lot 0f Confections as any to bo found, and
there is
Not
A man who can beat my Stock of Cannod
Goods. Resides the abovo, I havo purchased
iv stove, and a nioo Lunch of FroBh Oysters
can
B e
Had at any time, provided I ain not
Elected
Intcndaut, in which caec you might,
Again,
Have to go homo hungry and moneyless,
B u t
Hoping no such missfortune avraita mo, I
cordially invito all my hungry friends to give
mc ft call, and I
Will
A nilMQn llmiv am ? *
? --.W "U.'bV. v/.? ..V/llOU ?*UV* ?l
low figures, an my object is to livo aiid lot
Live in
These hard times. Dont forget to call on J.
tt. OLAZENEll, who oan he found in the 1'ost
Office at
Easley .Station.
Dec 2, 1875 14 tf
Moo FiMj Sotuol.
Nine Times. ?. C.
TIIK Exorcises of this School will opon 011
the 3d day of January next. Session 10
111 Oil 1.11H Til linn nnt. V,. I. ?i._ i
- i'vi wu.iumi iur hiiu lurnr.
Vrimai-y Department - $4.00
Intermediate Department, 6.00
High School Departmont, 7.60
For further particulars, address the Principal
at Nine Times, S. 0.
JNO. O. WALLACE.
Dec 2, 1876 14 S
Notice.
A TT ~
Aku puiouns miiuDica 10 mo will pio&ae
come forward and Settle, as I mual have
Money. All that do not Hcttlo, 1 will be
compelled to plao? thoir Accounts in tho
hands of an attorney for oolleolion.
W. H. ASIIMORE.
Deo 2, 1875 14 8
COL, ASBURY COWARD
a ?i*r rir-W',^,
4 v ?ia4j.\j*Ji.yo ?u tiuu) r i ujnftUKPTH ^
(T?miiKoCA4? JVirau. flir (nprootfJli
jruvd.vl .*xnrt i4ir:*L*L Uwm&d. JsAMtiMi juXod
VrTf^t *** " " ?* l^woni>M. xVil nxul Sid
111untfated L<3aJo0u <{^<uMin[?ii?
Easley Cotton Market,
Nvobmukh BO, 1876.
No. bales weighed for tho week, ending
Nov. 30, 165.
Middling Cjolton 12
Thos. W. Russell.
Nf.w Y'ohk, Nov. 28.?Cotton?From 16J
Jold I IJ.
Ukeknvii.i.r, Nov. 2&.?Cotton?From 12
o 124 cento.
Pickens Prices Current*
correct p. 1> weekly jiy w. t. m'fam/.
Cotton per iioniid, packed, 11 J(ri?l If
Cotton per pound, seed, 4o
Jncon per pound, 16?c
[iiird per pound, 20o
T'ork per pound, lOo
'nrn per bushel, 6f>o
iVhoat por bushel, IJl.fiO 1
\ j.plcs, Dried, per bushel, 1.00
\pples, Orcon, per bushel, I 00
'ens per bushel, 850
timer per pound, 16<$20o
Jeef per pound, b(h)G0
leeswax, per pound, 25c
'allow, per pound, 10c
'hickcns, per head, ]f)C
I ides, Pried por ponud, 1G0
! ?<le8, Orcon, per pound, (jc
Kg", per Dozen, 12ic
'iinlcrH, per btifthel, ?J.OO
Chestnuts, per bushel, 2.00 ]
'"onllicra, per pound, 60o
Vool, per pouud, 40c
vwwr A T?trUUmTOTf*?TJl\Tmo
/1JL/ V lo.
if Willi
New Prices!
HAVING FORMED A PARTNER.
SHIP IN THE MERCANTIE
BUSINESS, AND
OPENED IN
T H E
A/T A CAATTri U AT T
i vy ii a uu
AT
PICKENS COURT HOUSE
o
WE HAVE IN STORE AND TO
arrive a largo and woll solectcd
r'uv iv ui
GROCERIES, HATS AN D OA PS,
BOOTS and SHOES.
whinh wn n (f.ip fni' /jnlr> nniir I
I J
choap, but oxtromoly low down . for
CASH OR BARTER
Wo rospoctfu'ly invito our frionds
and tho public in gonoral to call and
oxamino our stock whon tliov oonio to
town, boforo purchasing olsowhoro*
ReBpoctfully,
BROWN & HENDRICKS.
Nov 18, 1875 12
HTflVlf f Hi Ml! flu A p3 N f
new mkuiui hbw uuuuci;
o
THE undersigned would respoctfully luforin
the citizens of Ensley Station and
surrounding country, that he has just returned
from market, with a lot of
NEW GOODS,
Consisting of LADIES' DRR88 GOODS,
Joons, Shirting, Flannels, Shawls, &o., &o.
Also, a fine lot of hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
nutl everything usualy found in a Drv eootls
store.
A fine neleotion of choice family Groceiies,
Candies, Cigars, Chowiug and Smoking Tobacco.
Also, a lot of No. 1 Family Medicines.
Hardware, Cutlery, Glass and Crockory-waro.
All cheap for eash or barter.
Highest prioes paid for all kinds of Country
Produco.
Respecfully,
d. 15 A SWELL,
Easlcy Station, A. & It. A. L. It. It.
Nov 2ft, 1876 1? 3m
NEW STORE,
IJEW GOOIXS!
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.
The undersigned havo opened a IIoubo in
Easloy, near their Livery Stable, for the purpose
of conducting a fanoy and heavy
GROCERY BUSINESS.
Und?r the Firm, namo and stylo of RICFIEY
&WYATT. They guarantees bottom prices,
?? muy micna semng strictly lor c&sli, (Jivo
Ihein a call.
II. A. niCIIEY,
A. 0. \VYATT.
Eft.nlcy, Not 22, i?<o 13 if
__
Member of our firm has just returned from
New Vork where he purchased the largest stock
of General Merchandise ever bronglit to this
Market. A
Live Elephant <i
Loose on the streets would not create tho excitement
and wonder, that our prices do.
Best prints at only ton cents, and other
trnniitt at ~-i
n ?v r.v|M?v.ui.?vu |?? ivuo, i. yuiu uicrnn
always in attendance, and ready to place
our goods
On Exhibition.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no sales. Large
Stock of Groceries, C'olfeo, Sugar, Molasses,
Cheese, etc.,
At
Bottom Figures. Flats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes of every grade and prices. In fact,
anything needed b^ the farmer can bo had at
Hud cms & Bolt's.
Remember that this Bland is in (lie Masonic
Hall liuilding, fronting tho Hotel, just below
the Depot of
Easley Station.
Kasley Station, October 6, 1876. fltf
FOR "sALET
A NO I YOKE OXEN, 6 years old;
. A No. 1 Maro with foal.
Terms w.dii easy to purchasers.
Also. 100 bushels of COIIN at tho crih, on
12 mrnths orcdit.
WM. M. FERGUSON.
Not 11, 1876 11 0
ft
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
EVER! BODY COME!
TO
PICKENS 0. II., 8. 0.,
AND SEE WHAT
fMif
AMn WHAT A ATT A XTTTfPV rw
jy f? XIXt J. il U /111 A iX J. VAT
GOODS
E. H. GRIFFIN,
HAS RECEIVED AND IS JRECEIY-j
ING.
4
I proposo to soil thom chonpor than
n n \r r\nr*
?v
I can Buit any ono in all linos of
D R Y-G O O D S
GROCERIES, Ac.
.Tllflf. rn t !ii*nnrl IVnm iy? n T^amU
V ??wv * wvia UVM nvai UKMaVVi JL/UII t
fail to cull and see. No troubio to
show Goods. ^
Thanks for past patron ago, ami
liopo a continuanco of tho 6amo.
H&" All partios having accounts on
my Books will oblige me by calling
and having thorn bnlancod,.
JRcspoclfully,
E. II. GRIFFIN. ^
Oct 28 9
FALL Si WIHTER H .
rn
IX 1
EASLEY STATION, S. C.
T YV r? TT T. n TIT/iC'TllJnniniT?? ? ?
<. ii v/ u oj i/ nuornoi c Ui/liX
call tho attention of my'fricndu and the pub*
lie generally, to tho large and well selected
Stock of Goods
I have now in sloro. My stock coniiats of
DRY, FANCY & DL'ESS GOODS,
HATS AND HA PS!
BOOTS AND SHOES.
IIA Til) WAKE,
GJiOCEIilES, &C,
All bought in porson for this market, at price*
that can not be cut under.
Tho Ladies will find my DKESS nntl
I^ANCV GOODS, OHpccially suited to (heir
wants, and Goutlemcn in need of CLOTIUNa
of tlio latest stylos will savo monoy by in. <* ?
spooling my stock.
Uy strict attention to business, and with
fairness to nil, 1 hope to comimio to rev?i?&
the favors of the past.
M. VV. FOKD.
s
Persons who aro duo tho firm of FORD &
MAULDIN on account, will plenso settle same
1st of November, na the businoss of the old
firm must bo closed.
M. W. FORD.
Oct_14 7 tf
Notice!
NOTICE is heroby given, that we the undersigned
Deacons of tho Oolonoy Banlist
Church of Chrtst, in llio County of Ploltoits
and State of South Carolina, have this
day applied to 8. D. Keith, Esq., Clerk of the
uouri, ror n unarter, incorporating the Abort
mentioned Church.
MATTHEW HENDRICKS,
JESSE SIMMONS.
Nov 11, 1876 11 80day?
tHHlTHEB NYM9KK8, ^
ATTOHNKY AMD C01JN8KLL0R AT !>**,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
IJracliccs In the f'irouit ourl and Court ?
l'robato for lMckcns ounty.
May 10 4? Oat

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