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THE SENT T L
j D. P. BRA LAZY, "dtor.
PIOKENS O. i. S. C.:
Thursday, February 8. 1877.
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SENTINEL has a large and increasing cir
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persons whose trade they desire.
Judge Carpenter decides that neith-.
or Hampton nor Chamberlain wore lo
gally inaugurated and that Chamber,%
lain holds over as Governor. Judge
Mackey decides that Hampton was
legally inaugurated and is Governor
of the St,ato, Tho dicision of Judge
Crpontoi. is being reviewed by tbo
Supromo Court, and wo,will in a fow
days know who the highest judicial
athority in the 1tato recognizes as tho
The Question Settled
There has been a controversy bo,
twoon the Charleston Journal of
Cormmierco, Columbia Register, Greens
ville News and Union Timesi, as to
whomi the credit of originating the
straightout movement in this Sttnto
belongs. Each journal claimed, it, but
the Charleston Nows and Courior,
constituting itself a Returning Board,
throw. themn ll out and counted in the
Anderson Intelligonoor and the Edge
fiold A dvertiser. We in tended to askifor
a rocanvass, feeling assured that when
Pickons was board from~the SEJNTINEL
would come in aboead of the Journal
of Commerce, Register and Greenvillo
News, on the grounds of seniority, as
the SEN~TNEL was established before
either of themn, and did absolutely re
fuse to endorso the candidacy of eiths
or Tomnlinson or Grecn and con tended 1
all the whilc for a straight,out ticket. ~
As to the Intelligencer, Times and
Advertiser, we did not know how to
got over them unless we alleged fraud I
and intimidation. But the Winneboro I
News and JJ.rald has settled tho ques
tion and relieved us of, perhaps, a long 1
and exciting contest. The4p News and
Hrald says that to Edward F. Stokes,1
of Greenville, and Willis Goode, color
ed, of Fairfield, O'Connor IDemo
crats, belong the honer. We throw
up'theo sponge and retire from the
field chagrined and demoralized.
The Louisiana Infamy.
Congress seems to be getting at the
bottom facts in the Louisiana infamy
at last. Littlefield, ono of the Clerks
of the Returning Board has lot a right
smart sized cat out of the wallet in his
tostim>ny before the committee at
Washington. Hie testified to altera
tions, manufaceture of returns, forgery
of signatures, the procurement of false
affidavits to bolster up the mnanufacs,
turod returns, etc., etc. It was also
brought out in testimony that Wells, 1
offered to sell out, to the party giv-.J
ing the most money. Ho endeavored a
to procure a million of dollars for C
himself and colleagues on the Board
from the Deomocrats, for which they
were to give the Stato to Tildon. The
D)omocrats, of courso, refused to trado,
but what the Republicans done for
him is not known. The transactions
Mithes'B3oard is the dir iest and most
infamnous piceo of work ever done by
amy ot of anoundrels. Every day the
committee is diving deeper and doop.,
or eso their infamous conduct.
The - opartnership heretofore exist,.
hVg' between Messrs. E. P. Earle and
A. S. Todd, in the publication of the
Anderson Journal, hias been dissolved
by mutual consent. Mr. -Todd be
ccsos:the sole proprietor and editor.
Th)e Joarnal is a~ spicy and progres
sive newspaper.and we wish it con,
tinued success.unider its now manag
Counting the Electoral Vte.
At 1-o'lock -on Thursday last, the
'yo Houses of Congress inot in joint
x1sembly for the purpose of counting
tIe Eleotoral voto for President and
VicelPresident of the United States.
rhey mot in the hall of tho House of
Representatives, acting Vico-Presi
lont Ferry presiding. The Senate
%ppointed two Republicans, and the
Llouso tw o Domocratic tellers. The
States wore taken alphabetically. The
arst State counted was Alabama, and
ton votes wero scored for Tilden and
HIondricks. The next State in order
wai Arkansas, and six 'moro votes
were scored for Tilden and Hendricks.
California camo next, and six votes
were announced for Iayos ard Whool,
or. Then cano Colorado, and three
moro votes wero counted for Hayes
and Wheeler. Connecticut came
next, and six more votes woro counted
for Tilden and HIondricks. Delaware
came next, and throo more votes wore
counted for Tilden and Rendricks.
Florida was then roached, and the
prosiding officoi first handed the cer
tificates signed by Governor Stearns
to the tollers, which recognized the
IIayos electorA, and after it had boon
road, the certificates of the Tilden
electors were also handed out, and
both were road by the tellors. The
chair then said ho still had another
certificato, received on the 31st o
January. Ho then handed the paper
to the tellors, which proved to be the
certified proceedings of the Board of
Canvassers authorized and appointed
by an Act of the Legislaturo of Flori
da, who declared the Tilden and Ien
dricks electors elected. Included in
the paper was the printed proceed
ings of the Board of Canvassors, giv
ing In detail tho voto of, each county
for Presidential Electors.
Tho chair then askod if thero was
ob*jections to the count of the vote of
Obw Stato of Florida.
Mr. Field, of Now York, rose and
presented objections in writing to the
count of said tai.e. The objections
were signed by Senator Jones, of
Florida, Ucopor and McDonald, and
Ropresen tati ves F icld, Tucker, Jenuks,
andl Springer, and are directed to the
first certificatos, which is that given
by Gov. Stearns to the Hlaves elecs
tors. The objections were read by the
Clerk of the IHouse. They are to the
offect that the persons to whom the
Dortificates were given by Governor
Stearns wero not app)ointed electors
ror President and Vice-President of
he United State; that the said certi'.
cato was procured by fraudl and by
~onspiracy entered into between
Jtcarns and the electors and others,'as
hat these electors wore not elect
d, and the pretended certificate can
iot be recognized on accoutn t of fraud
~nd conspiracy. Tfhey, present ini sup
ort of their objections the evidence
aken by the Florida special commit,
cc and other papers on the ques.
Senators Cor.nover, Sargeant, Sher.
nan and Teller, and Representatives
WVoodburn, Donnell, Kasson and Me
3reary, objected to the certificate of
he Tilden electors, on the ground
.hat they were not, authenticated as
'equired by the Constitution and the
aws; that they have not the proper
sortificato under the lowe of Florida,
md that the certificate of the Repub,.
ican electors are duly authenticated,
md no others should be counted. Trhe
3enato then retired to its own chaim
bor, so the two IIouses might consider
uhe objections. The question has
bwon referred to the tribunal of fif
boon. The case for the Democrats
was openedl by Mr. Field, of New
York, followed on the same side by
ftr. Tucker, of Virginia. The Re
)ublicans replied by Mr. Kasson and
~Ir. McCrary. It will doubtless be
overal days before the tribunal reneh
5 a conclusion.
A stetomont is published in the
ow York papers, that a numher of
fflcers of the late war, some of whom
rerved on one side or the other in the
ate wanr, havo determined to offer
Jhoir services to the Mexican ex-Pre
ideont Iglesias. A conference wase
rold in WVashington, and of' their num.
cr was deoputed to tender their ser
iicos to Iglesias. They say they can
'iasily raise 10,000 or 15,000 men in
Louisiana and Texas. "We don't1
want any in onlr'n."
The Winnsboro News and Herald
nowv comes to us as atri,weekly. It is
m good paper and deserves success.
The wine crop of France is one third
a rger thain the vineslC at the end o
"Wade Hampton, Governor of South
Is tho subject of' an exquisito nearly
life sizo engraving, just publishod and
now ready, by our enterprising
friends, Walker, Evans, & cogswell,
Charleston, S. C. We congratulate
theso gentflomen on tbe grand success
they have made of so noble a subject.
As a work of art it stands unrivalled,
but still its chief merit lays in its being
a lifo%liko portrait. It is the first
product on so large a scale, of a now
secret process based on photography,
having the advantago of groat truth,
fulness. As the photograh has super,
sodod the oil painting. becauseo of its
exact reproduction of the subject, so
this procoss is bound to take the
place of stool ongraving, or any meth
od which depends upon artistic con,
coption and executLion for results-wo
mean for the production of portraits.
what tho peoplo want in a portrait is
truth-they do not vish the artiet's
conception of a man, but the face and
features of tho man as ho is-and by
no means can this grand result be
botter attained than by tho means of
photography, and this now pr-ccess
based thereon. But whilo these great
advantages are secured, it admits of
the embellishments of art, and a por
trait is produced possessing all the
truthfulness of a photograph, with
the artistic effect of the steel engrav
ing, The publishers have boon ex
tremely fortunato in their selection of
the mode by which they give to all
admirers of the gicat statesman the
noble, generous, manly features, which
speak so plainly tho great. mind, Cl
v'ated feeling, and generous heart of
Thoo Nwho worked for tie grami
c:use, "131ampton and HAono Rule,
who havo paid taxes to the govern,
ment of' their choice, can now place
this picturo at their fileFides, as they
have placed its subject in their Learts.
It must becomo one of th "Penates
of South Carolina.
Those who sympathized with this
gallant little State ini the struggle
aantsuch tremendous o(dds, will bo
p)leasedl to have this por'trait ini their
homes--a glorious memento of a
peacefuf, noble effort of aL liberty lov
ing peoplo to redeem themselves from
oppression and misrulo. It will be
sold1 by subscription only, at $3 per
copy. Agents wanted to canvass cv.
cry city and t.own in the land. Tc
those who cannot be reached by agents
the pu blie. bers will supply copios pmi
mail, on receipt of the price. We
trust that this thoroughly Southern
enterprise will receive the encourago
mont it deserves.
The Anderson M~eet.ing.
Thli San D)omingo meeting of the
neOgroes at And(ersonI C. II. turned out
to be a political affair. There was,
according to tho Intelligeneer, about
six hundred collected in the town, but
only about three hundred of them par
ticipated in the meeting, the rost re
fusing to have anything to do with it,
when they learned it was political in
its nature. They passed a resolution
commending the Presidents messagc
about San Domingo, and askedl Con
gress to adopt its reccommendations
They then adopted resolutions dec
nuncitory of the white people in their
labor policy, and the leaders vented
their spleen in inflamitory speece.
Chamberlain's administration was en
dorsed and his help asked to secure
the removal of the colored peolo to
San iDomingo. After pasing a reso
lution to have the p)roceedings of the
meeting published in the most vile
R~adical paperls in the country andl( a
cop)y sent to the Presidcnt and each
of' the Representatives in Congress
from this State and to the Governors
of all the States, the meeting adjour,
A FAiR FXCJIANGE ?
L'HE" FOLLOWING CEL EBRATE
JAROLI NA FERtTILIZ ER.
3RA DL EY'S PAT. PHOSPHLAT.E,
P~ALM ETTO ACID) PHIOSPH ATE
WILCOX, GIBBS, & CO'S MANIZ
For sale on liberal terms. (Freight
lIUDGENS & BOLT.
H AVING been appointed Agent to receive
the Hampton Contribution Tax, I will
be at the following places it the times spe
Pickens C. I., February the 8th, 9th, and 10.
Easley Station, February 12th and 18th.
Liberty, February the 14th.
Contral, February the 15th and 10th.
Daousville, Februrary 19th.
Pumpkintown, February the 20th.
Eastatoe, February'the 21st.
Hinoklo's, February the 22d.
. Herds, February 28d.
I will aftirwards be found in my offlc6at
Pickens Court House, where; parties who
have not paid will have an opportunity of
W. R. BERRY,
Feb 8, 1877 22 8
BY permission of W. G. Field, Probate
Judge of Pickens County; I will sell t.3
the highest bidder, at the late rosidenice of
Jackson Arter, lecoased,
On the 20th Instant,
The following PROPERTY, to wit
Seven Ilead hORSES aud MULES;
Hogs, Cattle and Sheep;
Corn, Fodder and Shucks:
Bacon and Lard;
One Three Horse Wagon;
One Sett Blacksmith Tools;
Household and Kitchen Furniture.
TERMS OF SALE.-Sums of, and over
Five Dollars, on acredit until fitst December
next, with note and approved security, and
interest from date, except for the Ootton and
one half t.he Corn, which must be paid for on
delivery. Sums under Five Dollars-Cash.
W. E. WELBORN, Executor.
Feb 8, 1877 22 2
I TAHE t his method of informing all parties
1ntereme(i,' that I will be found in my of
fice, at Pickens Court louse on each Vbn
NYBDAY Ad TIIURSDAY, and on each SAL,EoAY,
for the purjwso of transacting any business
that coime(s inder my jurisdiction.
As ly dutlie as 8chbol Comisioner vill
compell ime to be absent. in different parls of
the C unty, 1 appoi nt these special days for
the I:enefit cif all concerned. Uflice hours,
fromt t) a. mt. to '4 p. mI.
(. W. SINGLETON,
Feb 8, 1877 22
B3Y virtue of the power conferred on me by
alortgage executed by John 11. Motes,
on the seventh day of December, 1875, 1 will
sell at public outcry, at Pickents Court House,
en Saleday in MarchL next, the following
Thec Undivided One Half Interest of the
said John I1. Metes, ill that Certain Piece,
Parcel or Lot of Land, situate in the Towvn of
Eabley, in the County of Pickens, in the
S;tate of Southi Carolina, and known in the
PIla, of said Town as Lot No. 5, containing
One Haltf Acre more or less, it being the sanic
whereon the Hotel now stands.
W. C, OWINGS, Mortgagee.
Feb 8, 1877 22 3
b b virtue of the power conferred on me by
a Mortgage, executed by John H1. Motes,
on the seventh day of December, 1875, 1 will
sell at Public outcry, at Pickens Court House,
on Saledaiy in March next, the following
P'ro pert y:
The Undivided One Sixth Interest of the
said John H. Notes, in that certain [Pieee,
Parcel, or Lot of Land, situate in the T own of
Easley, in the County of Pickens, in the State of
South Carolina, and, known in the Plat of said
Town as Lot No.56, containing One Half Acre
more or less, it being the same whereon the
Hotel now stands.
Tile said John IH. Motes' One Half Interest
in the Sole and Exclusive Interest of the Bar
and Rulliard Rooms in said Hotel.
J. U. HAWTHORNE, Mortgagee.
Feb 8, 1877 22 3
STATE OF SOUTIlI CAROLINA,
BY virtue of a levy, made by J. Riley Fer
guson, as Sheriff of Pickens County, on the
28dl day of October, 1876, om a Lien War
rant, issued by S. D. Keith, Clerk of the
Court for said County, I will sell to the high
est bidder at W. B. Bogg's House in O'trvin
Township, in said County, on Tuesday, thle
6th (lay of March next, at 12 o'clock M.
One Barrel of Molasses; 1 Bale of Cotton,
1 Lot Cottos Seed; 1 Lot of Beed Cotton; 1
Lot of Corn; 1 Lot ot Shucks. Levied on a.s
the property of Jacob E. Boroughs, at the
suit of Clayton & Co.
TERMS OF 8ALE-CASIT.
JOA B M AU LDIN, s.r.c.
Feb 8, 1877 22 8
STATE OF souTru CAROLINA.
BY virtue ofaa execntion to me directed, I
will sell to the highest bidder, before the
Court house door, at P'ckens C. HI., on Sale
day i* Marsh next,
One Lot of Land, situate in the Town of
Easley, in the County and state aforesaid,
adjoining hands of Jeff. L. Cox, 3. B. Smith,
and others, containing one ace more or less,
and being the same Lot eonveyed to J. M.
Berry by Jeff. L. Cox, on the 9th of Septem
ber, 1876. Levied on as tIhe propert.y of J.
M. Berry, at the suit of WN. 8. Reys, Agent.
TEARMS CAMH. Purchasers to pay extra
JOAB MAULDIN, c.r.c.
Feb 8, 1877 22 1
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SEEDS! PLANTS! BULBS!
S ENT BY MAlL, to auny Post Office. As~
sort mont large, prices mnoderate, and so,
lection best. Bendl for Priced Lists. Mor,
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EDW'D J. EVANS & CO.,
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Feb 8, 1877 22 6
Notico to Executors, Admis
trators and Guardians.
I HEREBY give notice to all Executors,
SAdministrators andl Iuardians appointed
by the Cour-t of Probate for Pickens County
that they are reqtuired to file and prove their
rannual accounts for the year A. D., 1876, on
or before thme 25th February, instant, A. D.
Feb 1, 1877 21 8
31NALr SETTLEMENT-Notice is hereb3
Pgiven, that Aaron P. Stone, Administra
ton of the Estate of Silas Stone, deceased
has applied to mme for a Final Settle ment and
d.ischarge ne Adnministramtor from thme Estatt
of Silas Stone, deceased, and t hat the sam<
willble heard in my office, on Tuesday, th<
27th instant, 1877.
W. 0. FIELD, Jrrc
Feb 1, 1977 21 -1
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO., IAS-IN STORR,
a heavy lot of FLOUR, which they purchased
before the recent heavy rises, which they
offer to their customers at a small advance for
cash, or in exchange for Corn, Cotton or
We will pay cash or Goods for 1,000 sound
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
We will punthase 1.000 bushels well cleaned
Peas, and pay the highest market price for
then in Goods or Cash.
JOUN T. GOSSETT & CO.
We request you when you come to Easley
r to sell your Produce and buy Goods, to cal
in and see us before selling aid purchasing
elsewhere. We wish to make your acquaint
anco, whether you buy from us or not.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
& , &C., &c.
We have on hand. a good supply of Blind
and Open Bridles, Lines, Saddles, &c , &c.,
which we will sell at and below Greenville
JOHN T. GOSSETT & Co.
Goods at Cost.
Ini ordecr to make room for our Spring and
Summer' Stock off Goods, we will commenco
. the sale of our Woolen Goods, such as Jeans,
Flannels, Skirts, &c., at cost.
JOHN T. GOSSET & CO.
Easley, S. C., Jan. 25, 1877
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The f4tate of South Carolina
In the Court of Common Plens.
Elihu Griflin, Plaintiff, against F. C. Parsons,
J. C. C. Parsons, and WV. 8. Williams, Do'
Summons for Money Demand.
TO WN. 8. Willitams, Defendant in this Action.
to answer the complaint in this action,
of which a copy is filed in the Clerk's of.
flee of Pickens County, South Cairolina,
and to serve a copy of your answer on
the subscribers at their office, at Pichens
Court house, withiun twenty days after the
service of this summons on you, exolusive of
the day of service.
If you fail to answer this complaint within
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff will applyto
the Court for judgment against, you [or two
thousand, two hundred and fourteen 60-100
dollars, with interest at the rate of 7 per
cent per annum, from the 9th day of Febeuary,
one thousand eight hyndred and seventy sixe
Dated January 28th, A. D. 1877.
HIOLCOMBE & CHILD,
To WN. 8. Williams: Take not.ice that,the
complaint herein was filed in thie office of the
Clerk of Court for P'ick ens County on the 26th
IIOLCOMBE & CHlLPD,
Feb 1, 1877 21 8
MOTICE TO CREDITORZ.-I am In
.~ NEED OF MONEY, and would be glad to
have partiles due me come forward and settle a
part, If not all. It would be very unpleasant
tor mei to have to leave my accounts with anf
officer for collect ion; but as am unable to ride
over this County to see them all, I will have
to adopt sonmc other course. Respectfully,
I. HI. PHILPOT.
Jitn eli 1877 2.0 8