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publication of the SENTINEL, Mr. J.
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With the office, as a printer, more
than a year. The typographical and me
dianleal appearance of the SENTINEL
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rial management will not. be changed.
D. F. BRADLEY.
Ini making my solicitous bow to
the people, I have only to say that,
in connecting myself with the citi..
zens of Piokens, my mother County, I
shatll use my best efforts to sustain the
Wide reputation of the SENTINEL. In
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with the encouragement and assistance
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forward. and building up a good and
Wgkstantial journal, devoted to the
interests of the people.
3. C. THOMPSON.
Ten of the LowndeRvillo negro mur
derers were found guilty at Abbeville
last week, and wore sentenced by
Judge Cook to hang on the third Fri,
day in April next.
A 8trong Resolution.
.At the meeting of the taxpayers ot
Groenville county on last Thursday,
thQ,followi ng resolution, among oth ers,
Was 'unanimously adopted. "That the
pretended act of Chamberlain's bogus
Legislature, levying an enormous tax I
on the property of the citizens of i
South Carolina, is null and void, and <
we pledge our lives,. fortunes and sa~ .
cred honor never to pay one cent of it E
uinder any circumstances, be the con-.
0equen ces what they may.''"
This resolution is as strong as Ian-- l:
guage can put It, and its spirit should il
actuato every honest citizen in the v
A Terrible Outrage p
On the night of the 17th inst., Miss ii
Pinson, a very handsome and respec- C
table young lady of Williamston, wajy a
stabbed with a knife elvon or twelve F
times, by her lover, Lawrence Smith,
who lives near Grove Station, in
OWeonville County. It is supposed,
that failing to gain the affections of t
W'oloung lady, he concluded to take C
herIffb. l'he young lady's oonditlon 1
lfrk'iticle, gnd a warrant has been i
fMidd1%r thb arrest of Smith. This E
4.A%tfr1ble outrage, and shows the <
ent teheo either a demon or a tool. <
Since the above was in type, we t
learn frm the Greenville N4ews, that]
9&0"trfelo of Smith carried him to '
Giotfille C. H. and delivered him to
the sheriff of 'that county. He has a
gIA.o beena turned over to the sheriff u
M tepgnon$ygAhdis said to. bh I
OgYg' *!he condition of Miss Pinson J
- * - -
A n ot $cnat, ~ordon is teach .-3
6n troshool at Dee*t E III. 'a
An Xte*toral Tribunal.
Ths joint ommittee of Ake Hoc&
ond t%nate, . ustiag pf 4p4 mom
bers fhm e body, bosagrod upo;
iplaS to couno $h el t4ral votew fo
President an4. Vice,President. Th
mntire Commtte, composed equall;
>f Democrats and Republicans, con
iurred in the plan, with the ezoeptio
>f Senator Morton, and there is scarc<
y any doubt but what the bill con
aining the plan presented to Con
;ress by the Commtttee, will pass, an
has settle definitely how the eoun
hall be made, This will allay excite
nent and be a great relief to th
ountry. The following is the plar
iogiven in the New: York Sua: A
juestions raised on the 14th of Fel
'nary concerning the validity of an
Alectoral vote shall be referred to an
leterminnd by a tribunal, cons36tin
)f five members of the Senate, fis
inembers of the House of Represer
'atives, and five Justices of the Su
premo Court. The resolutions repoi
Led by the Committee, names four (
Lho Justices by their circuits, Vi
Maine, California, Iowa and Pennyo
vania. The Justicos thus designate
are Messrs. Clifford and Field, Dem(
Drats, and Miller and Strong, Reput
licans. Theso four Justices are to s
loot in any manner they choose,
fifth, but it will be understood thi
they will select one of the two r(
maining Justices of longest servie
who were not appointed from Ohio (
New York, namely, Justice Davis <
Justice Bradley. To the Tribunal thu
composed are to be referred all quei
tions that may be raised concornin
the electoral votes, and their dectsio
is to be final, unless reversed by tb
votes of both houses of Congress.
The duties of the President of th
Senate are limited to opening and ar
nouncing the electoral votes, an
noting the objections raised by eithe
[louse. The Tribunal thusestablise
is to assemblo and organize immediat4
ly, and to prceed with all convenier
iispatch to pass upon the questior
rferred to :t, included among theE
juesttons, of course, is, whether 18
votes are necessary to elect a Presi
ten by the people, and whether, if th
votes of any State is excluded, tlb
Rlouse of Representatives shall the
proceed to elect the President and tL
Senate the Vice%President. Iti
therefore, an absolute reference of a
qjuestions which can arise to this tr
bunal, for it cannot be asusmed thz
any conclusion to which the tribun;
may come will be overt.hrown by ti
aoncurrenco of both Houses of Coi
In regard to the possible or probs
ble decision of the Presidential que
Lion, by the proposed tribunal, men 4
both parties con fess thot it cannot I
foretold. Republican members of tli
Committee, on the agreement, cxpret
the opinion that it id f'ully as likely t
be in favor of Hayes as Tilden. 0
the other hand the Democratic men
bors believe that the cause of Tilde
5 5o sta ong and so just that hi8 sup
orters can well afford to be confi
ieont. The Florida case at once come
o the front as the first importanec
[Phe rules of law followed by the Su
reme Court must (nevaitably guide thi
>roceedings of the tribunal of fifteen
)ne of these rules is to follow the deo
ision of the Supreme Courts of thi
tates in regard to the lawa of th<
tates. The Supreme Court of Flori,
a has decided that the Returning
~oard of that State had no judicia
owers, and the Circuit Court, follow.
g that decision, has decided in fa
or of the Tfilden electors.
Tak ing all sectional, par tisan anc
gal considerations into account, it ih
robable that the tribunal, if author
ed, will consist of Senators Edmunds,
ankling, Morton, Thurman and Bay
e'd; and Representatives, Payne
ield, Tucker, Hoar and McCrary.
During the investigation of the re..
Irns by Referee Wilkes, the fact thai
ertain returns had been tamperec
rith was detected. The fraud, it ap
>ears, was not well done, as the in
erting of figures was done with inh
fa different color from that of th(
riginal. The fact was quietly noted
mnd General Hlagood was sent t<c
lorry county for witnesses. These5
vitnesses were the Republican man
ge at Simpson's Creek, or Mill, an<
pon their arrival in Columbia, th4
nlatter was pointed out to them. Thb
igures gave Dunun, 82 votes. -Thes
sepublicans testified that he receive4
mt 2 at that poll, and the "3" hai
>oen prefi'xed after the return lof
lorry county. At Dogwood Neck ii
lho same county, Dunns vot ha
been abangod from 10 to 80, thu
I giving him a gain of .50. -he frau
9 Is clearly shiWn to have been m
I witted n06otary of Stat '*fl c
r Dunn'sianajority was only 1 and th
D discovery of this fraud gives Genert
F 1agood a olear majority of 49, eve
. by Radical returns. By "doctoring
3 returns the State Board of Canvas
era pretended to show that half' 4
theirState ticket was elected, includ
, ing the counties of Edgefield an
I Laurenl. This is doubtless the wa
t they counted in two or three of th
Pumpkintown to the Yront.
PUMPKINTOWN, Jan. 19th, 1877.
According to prevl6us announc
ment, the citizens of Pumpkintow
d township assembled, and was orgar
g ized by calling Maj. G. M. Lynch t
the chair, and Capt. J. A. Chastain t
oe act as Secretary. The chairman state
the object of the meeting, and the fol
lowing resolutions were offered an
unanimously ado pted. Resolved,
1. That we do recognize Wad
Hampton as the lawful Governor
South Carolina, and none other.
2. And to him alone will we yiol
d as Governor, obedience and suppori
. and to him we pledge such aid an
assistance, moral, financial and ma
terial, as may be required for the ce
tablishment and maintenance of th
a Constitutional Government of whic
Lt Hampton is the head.
8. That we co-operate heartily wit
the action of the County Cominissior
ors in not recognizing any appoin(et
or only such a aore appointod by th
or 1ampton Government.
4. That the proceedings of thi
meeting be published in THE PICKEN
g G. M. LYNCH, Chairman.
n J. A. CHASTAIN, Sce'ry.
Robert, Bobnel Kennedy has bee
"bulldozing" editors about Grecivill
C with cocktails. Wrong Bobert Bob
uel, you "hadn't ought to do 8o."
r 0 YfNEKM EAL.,
IARRIED, January 16th, 1877, at M
Ferguson's, the bride's fat her, by Rcv- W. I
4 Pearson, of Due West, MlR. WILLIAM\ A
MOFALL, of Anderson, and MRS. SALLI
e GRIFFIN, of this County,
e *, * Printer's fee received.
5TOTIOETO~~CREDITORS.~-I am~ i
-- NEED OF MONEY, and would be gladt
e have part ies due me come forward and settle
part, if not all. Tt would be very unpleeaa
0 for me to have to leave my accounts with a
n officer for collection; but as am unable to rid
over this County to see them all, I will hav
e to adopt some other course. Respectfully
I. II PIIILPOT
11 Jan 25, 1877 20 ' 3
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sands of dollars in traveling and doctor
ig, have, by the use of a few bottles,
awlirely recovered their health.
"WON'T GO TO FLORIDAs"
O R. TUTYT New York. August 80,1873.
Dear Sir i-When in Alken. last winter, I used your
Expeetoranit for my oough. and realised more benefit
from It than anything I over took. I am so well that
I will not go to lorida next winter as I Intended.
odme one doen bottles, by express- for some
frend.. ALIRUD GUSRING,
Boston. January 11,1874.
) Thu sk'bttae. that!I have recommended the use of
Dr. tutt's Expeotorant for dIseases of the lungs
i for the past two years, and to my knowledge'many
bottles have been used by my patients with the hap
Iplest results. In two casos where it was thought oo,-.
bAmed eoneumption had taken plaoe the Ripeotorant
eftected a euro- * iR. H. SPRAGUE. M.D.
"We eani not speak too highly of Dr. Tutt's ix.
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hope It may become more generally known."--uats
r lAR AnVoOATr.
HSold by nr-gg.st.. Pr..e .0 -"
n JOHN T. 0,88ETi & CO, HAS IN STOR11
a heavy lot of FLOUR, which they purchase
before the recent hiavy rises, which the
offer to their customers at a small advapoe fo
cash, or in exchange for Corn, Cotton 'o
We will ply 0d oruo"as for 1,000 soun'
JOH T. GOSSETt & CO.
d We will purchase1.000 bushels well cleane,
Peas, and pay the highest market price fo
d them in Goods or Cash.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
We request you when you come to Easle,
to sell your Produce and buy Goods, to cal
in and see us before selling and purchasin
elsewhere. We wish to make your acquaint
ance, whether you buy from us or not.
JOLN T. GOSSETT & CO.
We have on hand, a good supply of Blin
and Open Bridles, Lines, Saddles, &c , &c.
n which we will sell at and below Greenvill
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Goods at Cost.
* In order to make room for our Spring an
E~ Summer Stock off Goods, we will commeunc
the sale of our Woolen Goods, such as Jeani
Flannels, Skirts, &c., at cost.
nJO[HN T. GOSsETrr & CO.
0 Easley, S. C., Jan. 25, 1877
e TIIIS PAPER JR ON PILE WITIE
Where Advertising Conatracta can be made.
25 O A YEAR. Agcnts wanted on om
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150 distinct BOOKS wantedl everywhere.
The Biggest Thing Ever Tried. Sales made(l
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Agents wanted on our Magnificent Family
Bibles. Superior to all others. With invalu
able Illustrated Aids and Superb Bindings.
These Books beat the World, Full particu
lara free. Address JoHN E. POTTER & Co.,
$66 a week in your own town. Terms and
U$5 outfit free. H. HIALLETT & Co.,
$1 for 25 cents.
SEND FOR OUR CATALOUE
ON THlE LIST PLAN.
For information, address
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- NEW YOnK.
$1 adayat home. A gent swanted. Out
f12 and terms free. True & Co., Au.,
25 EXTRA FiNE MIXED CARDS, with
name, 10 cents, post paid. L. JONEs &
Co., Nassau, N. Y,
~TO aY' Week to Agents. Sample.
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IV E HUNDRED A MONTHl TO
F Active Men selling "ur Letter
Copying Book. No press or wateraused.
Sample copy worth $8.00 free. Send stamp
for cironlar. EXCELSIOR M'F'G CO., 99J
Madison, and 182 Dearbon-street, Chicagoe.
$5 to $20 per day at home. Samples worth
$1 free. Stinson & .., Porland, Maine.
Newspaper Advertising Ag'ts.
GEO. P. ROWELL & CO.,*
41 Park Row, 1N. Y.
They have the-satisfaction of controlling the
most extensive and complete advert isingecon,.
nection which has e,ver been se'cured, and one
which would be- hiatdly possible ini any other
country but this. They have succeeded in
working down a complex business into so
thoroughly a systematic method that no
change in the newspaper system of America
can escape, while the widest information upon
all topics interesting to advertisers is plaqed
readily at the disposal of the public.-Extract
from the New York .'Tlmes," June 11, 1878.
SEN.D FOR CIRCULAR.
ILLUSTRATED PRICED CATALOUGE
Fifty pageu-800 lilastrations, with De
scription of thousand. of the best Flowers
and Vegetables in the world, and the way to
grow them-all for a two cent postage stamp.
Printed in German and English.
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25 cents. a
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, 50
cents in paper; in elegant cloth covers $1.00
Address, JAN55 Vsog.IRoohester. N. Y
Vick's Floral Gaide
alboau Quaterly journal, Anely Illustrated
1go snd 4?,gant colored Flower
t th rit huaiber. Price onlf 2d
f e y . e first No. for 1877
j I in Germ and English.
ick' ?ower an4',getable Garden, In
'I'llu s $ 1. 0y.
cents1 with elega moth cove
Vick% Calalogu Illustrations, only 2
JAx.v-VIox, Rochester, N. Y.
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE GARDEN
is the most beautiful work of the kind in the
wbrl4. It contains nearly 160 pages, hun
dred4 of fine illustrations, and six chromo
ples f Aow8, bea4ifully drawn and -col
ored from eture. Prie 60 cents in paper
1 4041 %41-00 iv ele- nt eloth. Printed in
German and nglish.
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 6 cents.
Vick's Catalogue-300 Illusta*tiond, 26 ets.
Address .JAX1s IY1OK, Rooh*ster N.'Y.
Jan. 25 20 4t
Eauo H igh sci ol1l
r y O_
EASLEY, S. C,
THE FIRST SESSION BEGINS MONDAY,
JANUARY, 22, 1877.
RATES PEr SF.sioN, 20 WErvs.
Primary Department, $7 50
Intermediate Department, 11 00
Hfigh School Department, 16 00
F Board per Month, $10 to $12
For full information, address,
G. E. PRINCE, Principal.
Jan 18, 1877 19 3
The State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF PICKENE.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
S. D. Keith and B. F. Morgan, Administra
tors of the Estate of E. H. Griffin, Jr., de
Hagood & Alexander and all creditors of the
Estate of E. H1. Griffin, Jr., deceased.
TOTICE is hereby given, that Ly an order
of I. 11. Philpot, Esq., Judge of Probate
for said County, all persons having any
claims against the Estate of E. H. Gritlin, Jr.,
deceased, and who have not proven the same,
are required to establish the same before the
undersigned on or before the 23d of February
proximo, or be forever thereafter barreu of
their right of action against said Estate. By
said order, all parties are enjoined from com
mencing or carrying on any suit against said
Kstae. 8, D. KEITTH 1 d's
B. F. MORGAN, jAd'.
Jan 18, 1877 19 4
den ambrll,decesed,arehereby notified
to file the same with the Probate Judge of
Pickens County; legally proven, on or before
the 20th day of February next.
liARY E. GAMBRELL, Admn'x.
Jan18, 1877 19 g
B.\D)EN P'ROLI FIC FLOUR CORN.--This
.corn excels any othier for bread andi is best
fo,r stock. It ripens six weeks earlier than
aniy other kind, i:nid grows from G to 141 ear*s
on a stalk.
The important paints we claim for this new
variety of corn are these: 1. One stailk of
this corn bears fromn t to 1-I ears; one hill
with t wo stalks makes from 10) to 26 ears
I>rodulcing from one acre of ground about
thiree or four times as many buishels on thle
soil and wvith thle same culture as t he com,.
mon corn. 2. The Corn is heavier in weight,
hsas large an ear, thinner husk, and niakes
corn mieal, for family use, sweeter andi more
nutritious, and valhable for feeding stock. 3.
That it will grow and produce a profitalec
crop on groundl where other corn w~ill not
grow to maturity. 4. It iipens earlier and is
-not.liable to be caught by frost. 6. The grains
are large, pure andl white, and an ordinary
yield is from 80 to 100 bushels to thec acre,
on medium land.
A fino~ quality of Flour can be made from it.
When ground it produces sa flour analaugous in
appearance and taste to flour made from the
best white wheat. Even an epicure would fail
to distinguish between Bread made from the
two. The corn shelled weighs 01 lbs to the
bushel--which is 6 lbs heavier than any other
PRICES BY MAIL POSTPAID.
1 Sack, $1.00 | 6 Sacks, $4.50
3 Sacks, 2.50 |10 Sacks, 7.50
Each sack contains 1,000 sound grainsq.--- (
Sample stalks with the cars on themu will be
sent out to Agents. Write for Test-imonials
with ter ms to Agents. Beware of swindles;
no one else has the genuine seeds in this
St ate except, myself. Some parties advertising
this corn anud offering to send stalks, when
you ordler of them they write you that their (
stalks are all gone. Remnember Agents get a
good commission, and write for terms at once
before the agency of your county is given to
sonmc one else.
Address, WV. 8. TIPTON,
Jan 11, 1877 18 4tf
The State of South Carolina
IN COURT COMMON PLEAS.
Hfudgens & 0. 8. Bolt, merchants, do
ing business under tlep flrm.namne of Hludg
Ins & Bolt Plaintiffs, a;gainst A. J. 1H. Day,
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
To the Defendant A. 3, HI. Day.
Y0OU are hereby summoned and reqgnired r
to answer the comuplainut in this action,
of which a copy is filed in Clerks office for ~
said County, and to serve a copy of your an.
swer to the said cornplaint on t.he subscribers
at their office, at Pickens C. H., within twenty (
(lays after the service hereof, oxolusive of the
day of such service; and if you fail t.o answer
the co'rnplaint within the time ~aforesaid, the
plaintiff in this atidn;will appl$y to the Court,
for the relief demqud,ed In the complaint.
Dated 6th Ibecember, A. D. 1876.
HIOL~OMBIE & OIH1LD,
TO A. J. H1. Day: Take notice, that the (
complaint in this action was filed in the office :t
of the Clerk of the Court for Pickens County, s
on the 63th day of December, 1876.'t
HOLCOMBE & CHILD,
Jan 6, 1877 17
THE UNDERSIGNED FIt
with the viow of changing their busi
ness-proposo to soil out thoi F ntire
took- of Dry4uola,
&T COST FOR CASH-CONSIST
Largo lot of Ready Mado Clothing;
Ludies' Dross Goods;
Notions and Hosiery;
Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes;
Kons' and Boy' Boots and Shoes;
Orceckery, Glass and Eoarthenwaro;
11ardwaro, in great variety;
Jeans and Cassinores.
And many other articlos-all for
We mean what wo say, this in a ^o
rood opportunity for merchants or
iny one in need of anything.
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.
Nov 30, 1866 13
Thoso knowing themselves indebte4
to Russell & Wyatt, for 1874, or T.
W. Russell for 18'; cithor by note or
accounL, will find their papers in the.
hands of an officer after 10th 1ecera
ber, without respect to persons. 1
mnst settle. T. W. RUSSELL.
.N:Wv AND Ar,TTfL&OTVL9
HAGOGD & ALEXANDER'S,
PlCK[ENS C. IL., S. C.,
W E A RE NOW R ECEIVING~
from No w York and Baltimore, a large
and sple~ndid Stock of
These Goods~ were carefully soleted
and closely bought by one of the ffrm,
aind cAx and wIr, RE sold at astoine
ih ingly low figures.
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oun in oi ur stock, is the neat and
flampt on .1 A TIS, anid th dtylishJ
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nd be hiappy.
.IAG(;OD & ALEXANDER.
Oct 25, 1876 8
wV. A. LESLEY,
PICKENS C. H.I . .
IAS JUST RECEIVED A BEAUS
TIFUL STOCK OF
GENT'S' FANCY BOWS,
3ROCE RI ES,
DR UGS, &c., &e.
A nd, every thing usually kept in
ny line, will be Bold cheap fir
W. A. LESLEY.
Oct 5, 1876 5
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wvho subscribed in aid of Mb. Olivet
hurchi, that their subscription is due, and
1e money is greatly needed. Further aid is
alicd. Pay ment can be made to Messrs.
UJlmTON & CO.
0. C. FOLGER,
Secretary of Building Committee.
Easlev., Jani. 0.,1877 1R 2