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Tie Mens Sentinel.
D. F, MtiLEY* Editor and Frosrietor.
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PICKENS C. II., S. 0.:
Thumday, Nov. 11, 187$.
Those in arroars to tho SkntineIj
will plonso romombor thnt wo
need tho monoy, and thoy must como
forward and sottlo or wo will bo
obligodto oraco thoir namos from our
Fuira lmvo recently boon hold in
tho Countios of Anderson, Abbovillo
and Oconeo, all of which were successful.
Govornor Chamborlain addressed
tho visitors to tlio Anderson
Fair. Wo think our farmers havo
pride and onorgy onough to get up a
Fair for Pickons County next year.
Govornor Chamberlain has pardoned
Humbert, the defaulting Treasurer
^ r r\ ? ^ * -
oi wrunguuurg uount}', on llio grounds
that his punishment has boon suftlcient
to mcol tho onds of justico.
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, Tho Earth Quake,
Tho shock of an earth quako was
lelt at this placo on Monday night,
the 1st inst. From our Stato cxehangAR
wo roo that it was foit, all
over tho stato and from 1 nlflcri-nnhirt
, .V ,
reports it seems to "navo been a huge
affair, shaking tho whole continent.
Sale of the Air Line Railroad
Judgo Woods, of tho United States
Circuit Court, has issued an ordor for
tho sale of the Air Lino .Railroad to
satisfy tho first mortgago bonds of the
road. Away goes tho interest of
The Governor's Platform.
Govornor Chamberlain had a handsome
reception in Charloston, on tho
ovening of the4th instant. llo made
a vory good speech, and laid down
two planks of tho platform of tho
unrtv wif.li wKifli
4 j .. .? iiv jmij(UDua HJ
march with horeafter, which arc:
"First. Great reduction ol tho burdons
of taxation throughout tho whole
Stato; and second, for nn honest expenditure
of tho public monoys for
public ends." This is a good platfoim,
and one upon which all good men in
tho Stato aro agreed. Let Governor
Chamberlain push his reform measures
vigorously, anc ho will havo ovory
honest man in tho Stato at his back.
Wo notico that Miss Mamo Partlow
was tho Buccoasful contestent for
tho stovo prizo in tho cooking contest
at tho Anderson Fair.
Tho Stato Tax Union moots in Columbia.
on tho 23d inst.
mL - i
mo x rcBiuoni/ naa issued a proclamation,
designating Thursday tho
26th instant as thanksgiving day.
Tiik Air Link Rai i.koaj>.?Tho fata
of this railroad is perhaps sottlod. To
be short and plain about it, it will
doubtless fall into tho Imnds nf l.lio
first morgago bond holdors, who aro
represented by Mr. Fisher, as roeoivor.
Thoro has been a dospcrnto struggle
for supremacy?and a very usoless and
unjust one botween tho stockholders
and first and sccond bond holders
Tho first mortgage bond holdors had (
nil legal advantage, nnd protoctod
thomselvcs. Jt has boon a fair busi?
noss transaction. Tho stockholders?
tWf pooplo who subscribed?hnvo lost
thoir monoy, but Irnvo dorivod ftdvantftgofl
oqual to tlio amounts lost, nod
in many ci\hob ton fold ah much.?
rrn.. m is I
woro hold in elovon Slates
on tho 2nd inst. Tho Republicans
carried Ponnyslvania, Massachusetts,
Now Jorsoy, Minnasota, Illinois Kan*
?aa and in Wisconsin elcctod tlio Gov
or nor, but tho Doinocrnts oloctcd all
tho other Stato ofticers and a majority
ot tlio Gonoral Assombly. Tho Democrats
clccl tho Slato ofticois in Now
York by a mnjoiityof over 20,000,
but tho .Republicans have a majority
in tho Gonoral Assombly. In Mary
ihmi, v lrginia ana Mississippi tno
Democrats mako a cloan sweep, but
have ? roducod majority in Maryland.
In Misslseipi tho Republicans havo
hold high carnival over sinco recon-.
struction. Tho State has boon govornod
by a band ot plundorcrs and
niiovcs. j no uomocra's ueiorminea
to malco a desperate ofTort lo redeem
their Stale and give it ftn honest and
capable government, and by tho ussistaneo
of tho honest and moro iiuelli^
gent portion of tho colored rar-c, succocded
bo)*ond expectation. Thoy elcdt
fivo of tho six Congressmen and
havo about thirty majority in tho
The Third TermA
Washington letter says: It is no
longer ft secrot that tho friends of tho
President, in pushing him for n third
term, made a compact with tho llo~
publican leaders to tako tho result of
tho elections to day in Pennsylvania
and Massachusetts as an indication of
his eligibility lor a third nomination.
Tho clo8e*shavo in Ohio three weeks
ago startled tho lcadors of tho party
1 1 A U il.-l A ? _ A J
uuu wuruuu morn umt mo 7vumims?.
tration could as woll,as it did in Now
York a year ago whon tho Custom
House Republicans laid out John A.
Dix, defeat all opposition within tho
party by defeating the party itself. A
truco betwoon tho friends and tho opponents
of (j rant for the nomination
of 1870 was tho conscquenco of Hayes'
slim majority of only fivo thousand in
a total popular volo of f)00,0()0 and a
cariei wiib urrangeu in anticipation 01
a llopublicnn victory in lo day's elec^
tionn, by which nil opposition to the
third term would, in such an ovont,
bo withdrawn by Grant's opponents.
Meantimo the President's friends organised
in his behalf. Zachariah
Chandler was given tho vacant scat
in tho Cabinet and tinlcd his return
i ~ ~ ~ i. - i.:
VW ?f Uflll I 11^ LUII rj\f UD IU Hiuno 1110 I'UilfJpoaranco
hero 10 morrow, when iho
results in Pennsylvania and Massa~
chusctls will have fired tho Ropuhlio
can heart afresh throughout the countiy.
Judge Edmunds was in turn
takon into counsel with Mr. Chandler
and a plan of campaign agreed upon.
The die is cast, and the third termers
havo won, oven without the great and
unexpected .Republican gain in New j
iuui,uiiu *.ii?j)inv;ii oiij iiijj Linit onward
has carried tho Stato by 8,000
majority. Hartranft's ro-eleciion and
Ilico's victory siloncc tho opponents
of tbo President. From to morrow
will go forth, as far an tbo ltopublican
loaders horo in Washington can nrgo
it, a fresh propaganda of tho third
term. In this proposocl canvass to
oiuiiiu till' nuiil I liill.iuil 1UI VJri'HDb I10XL
year, his friends have hit Upon the
ingnnious idoa, if indeed it had not
boon suggested by tho President himsolf,
that tho question of inflation
should not boa Presidential issuo, but
should be referrod back to the pooplo
in their various Congressional I)iH
tricis, to oo Bullion in Lhc way ilorneo i
Groolcy proposed tlio f'roo trace issues
abould bo settled when bo accepted
tbo Democratic Presidential nomination.
Tbis project shows no moan
slratogic powers on tbo part of tbo
tbird torm managers at tbo very
outset of tbeir now movomont. In
tbis way tboy will bopo to safely sail
around tbo rook of inflation nnnn
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which tho Domocrnoy nro Hpliting, I
Knst and Wohi. Thoro wasjoy, thoroforo,
lo night at tho Wliito ilouso.
Homicide.?llntto, a dcsporado,
shot an<l killed Edward Elmoro, coU
ored, marshal of Allondalo, in this
State, on tho 6th instant, and then
(MIVMV IUI9 UPVIipVl
Joe Arnold, a penitentiary bird,
stole, Inst woek, two bales ol cotton |
from a Mr, Dial, in Laurons County
and was pursued lo Hon. llowlott
Sullivan's plantation, in Groonvillo
County, whoro ho lived, and tho cotton
rocoveroa. Joo cursed tlio party out
for intorforing with his individual
rights, and marchcd off with a gun on !
his should and a pistol in his pockct# !
mi... t> t . * >
j iiu oil|)lihl niaio *.;onvonuon win
moot at .Spartanburg, C. JI., on tlio
23lli ins!.. i
Press Comments on the Recent Emotions
Tho Now York Sun (Ind.) advisos
Republicans to boar in mind that: "in
ovory ono of thoso six States in whiob
thoy huvo now boon successful thoir
Stato Conventions of this yoar, which
put in nomination thoir respective
tickots, nil passed resolutions in favor
of administrative) reform nnd nvninfit
- - a
ft third torm for Grant." It says.
'The ?lootions of last year, in w hioh
iho Domocrats won Buch great victories,
wero a vordiet against Qrantism.
Tho elections Tuesday, whorein the
Republicans achiovod such extraordinary
triumphs, aro a most unmistakft*
bio judgement against any moro of
Tho Now York Tribuno (Ind.)
Says: "Tho Rooublioan oartv was boat
on in 1874 by Uruntism. Tho Domocrnlio
party baa boon boat in 1S75 by
inflation. Tbo elections of tho two
years, taken together, provo tho oxistonco
of an independent voto which
has both tho power and tho intelligence
to dictato tho result in 187G,
and to secure tho triumph of sound
J/l IIIVI JSIVO. A'V/A Ultliui [MIIJ j VIUIUIJ
is possiblo only upon certain conditions.
Tho independent votor will
watch tho behavior of each with somo
satisfaction in tho assuranco that ho
has thopowor to give tho victory to
that party which most fully satisfies
his wishes by fidolity to tho public
Tho Now York World (Do?n.) says:
''It is an unpreccdontod success. No
other political party in tho United
Stales over before staked its own ex*
istcnco upon reforms within its own
constituency. That has now twico
boon dono by tbo Democracy of Now
York. First, in tbo figbt to oxpol tho
Democratic mombors of tho Twood
King from tho Democratic party,
which cost it the control of the Stato
for a term. Second, in tho fight to
oxpol tho Democratic mombora of the
Cumil liin^, which lias been carried
through triumphantly, saving every
administrative and executive officer in
the State and costing lis nothing but
tho loss of ono branch of the State
Legislature. It is thus a huccosh unprecedented
in the history of the Dom
Tho St. Louis Republican (Dcm.)
says: "If tho party's merits afforded
tho truo explanation of any of ila successes,
ibero was aa mueli reason why
it shonld carry Massachusetts and
Now York ihia Fail as iasi raii. Nuy?
more; for tho administration oi Gaston
and Tilden have been not only irreproachable,
but admirable. Hut if tho
party has no possilivo merits that
cbal'engo tho icspectand ad'ociion of
tho Northern people, and if every
Democratic triumnh hntwnon
Presidential yours is nothing more
than the expression of a transient
popular impatier.co with tho vices ar.d
blunders of .Republicanism, then it becomes
a question what the Democracy
shall do to gain a firm, substantial
hold on this popular confidonco that
in clutched at ono day to slip through
inoir nngera tlio noxt. Jt 18 vory certain
that tho party cannot much longor
survivo thcso boatings and batterings.
Tho Now York llorald,(Ind.) eays:
Tho cortainty of a cIobo contost will
liavo a salutary influonco on both
parties, for neither will think it safe
to mftko bold experiments on public
Ir.ftll.w, " Iw.r, ? ?I ?
?? HUH t? 1UH LIM/Unailll VUIUH III
some of iho doubtful Stutos may turn
tlio scale. Tho ^Republican party will
not bo bo anxious lor President (Jrant
nor tbo Democratic party to mako an
inflation platform, nor will either
party dare to prosont candidates
wlio.so character for integrity is not
imprognablo against all assaults. A
near approach to equality in tho
strength of parties is about tho host
guarantoo of good government we can
liavo under institutions such as ours.
Neither party can afford tho risk of
putting forward bad candidates, and
tho temptations of ofllco aro moro
likely to bo rosistod when tho incumbonts
aro watched by an opposition
powerful enough to cashier thom for
slight deviations from rcoiitudo.
Tho Hartford Times, (Dom.) says:
Tho elections last Tuesday, in ton or
eleven Stales, were favorable to tlio
Republicans, n?n general thing. It
is nn "off year," tho Congrossmon and
most of tho Governors having boon
olcctcd Inst Fall; and probably tho
total voto is not largo. Had tho Democrats
of Ohio takon tlio right stand,
an tins would probably have boon
chunjjod. Tboy would have carried
tlmt State, and tbon tboy would bavo
done much bettor in otlior Statos.?
But tho demoralization cauaod by tho
action in Ohio had its oftoct upon >
Coneorvntivo votors, nml tho result
this Fall is npparont. In tho Pros!
dontial oloeiion, wo boliovo, all tbi?
will bo romediod. But tho result of
that olootion will dcpond upon tho
men nominated and tho wisdom ef tho
policy pursued. Tho Domoorats can
win tho Presidential election, or thoy 1
can loso it, by thoir own action. i
Tho St, Louis Timos, (Dem.) says:
There is no loss hatred to Grantism
and tho scoundrelrem ot his adminie*
tration, nor will there hoj thoro is
simply loss confidonco in tho ability of
ono man to rogulato tho Democratic
party, to dictato its policy and proscribe
it3 nomincos. Now York will
enior tho noxt National Democratic
Convontion with a dosiro not so much
to rule, as to discovor what must be
done to conciliate all sections, accoms
moH.lt.rt fill intnVfalB onil mnb-n onnna^
euro. Tho West will meot her in tlio
same spirit, and tho result will bo a
ticket that will win on a platform thai
will bo just to all. Had wo carried
Ohio, impossible terms might have
been domandod of tho "bard monoy
Democrats;" bad Tildon carried Now
York by his old majority, his arro*
ganco would Imvo boon insufferable.
And thon. loo. from thoRG tflmnnrnrv
t _ t 1 J
rovei-sos Grant's frionds will dorivo
irosh courago. Lot us hopo that ho
may bo ablo to cnforce a ro-nominatiOn
and that last Tuesday's w?rk will
imspiro him to do it.
"Bull Run," tho Washington oorrospondont
of tho Augusta Chronicle
and Sontinol, in a Icttor ot tho 4lh
instant says: Your South Carolina
roadors mv soon look for somo atni-b
I'n# dovolopmonts rolativo to tho Bank
and f rust Company of which Hardy
Solomon was President. It appoars
that Solomon was not tho guilty party
in thoso dark transactions which have
been so fieoly diecussod by tho press,
hut the real criminals aro corlaiu
high officials in South Carolina, who
expended tho money for election purs
poses. It is said tho monoy was gotten
out of Solomon's bank unon for/r
- g 0
cd securities, and not having been returned,
of cotuso, suspension was inovitablo.
The sumo parlies made
poor Puffer givo thorn ovor $o0,000 of
tbo assets of tho Bunk of tbo State.
This money, also, was not returned,
and tho Slato, of courso loses the
money. Thoro aro parlios boro who
know ail about tbeso transactions, and
J? i-? ? : ,?:ii u~
111 ill IU >T M VUtXO A V/ V VIUVIVIIO H III UV
mado which will groatly lesson tho
nrpl pnt.'onn nf roi-lnin cn.?>olI../I
i" ? v* vv*4m'" mv v1,,,vu lv'
formors." I shall dcclino particularizing
until tho facts arc all fully dcvellopod.
Cincinnati, Nov. 5.?A spccial dispaich
to the Cincinnati Enquirer says
that tho United States Treasury has
found indictments against District
Attorney Gouoral Patrick and Krum,
ox-United Stixtcs Marshal, C. A. Ma*
combo, Orville Grant, brother of the
President, Gen. Babcock, tho President's
privato Socrotary and others.
Tho greatest oxeitornont provails.?
Tho indictmonts char go thom with a
conspiracy with St. Louis to defraud
Iho government out of tho taxes on
an immense amount of whiskey. Tho
indictments drew out of tho testimony,
before tho grand jury, of Jos
M. Fitarroy, late Deputy United States
Collector. Fitzroy was indictod by
tho previous grand jury, and plead
guihy to tho charge. Ho is said to
havo boon tho troasuror of tho St.
JjOuih whiskey ring, tho most gignn^
tic combination ovor mado ro beat the
A national convontion, in tho interest
of tho Southern Pacific Railroad,
is to bo held at St. Louis, Mo., on tho
Moody and Saukoy, tho groat rovivalists,
aro mooting with much sucoobs
in .Brooklyn, Washington City
and Columbia, S. C., will bo visited by
thorn, lieltor fields for #thoir labors
oould not bo seloctod.
Uenoral FiLsbi'gh Ijco is to bo fiold
officcr of tho Ccntonninl Legion for
Ibo Sou Lb.
O II 1 T II ARY.
Mrs. Jamr 11 u o ii kh, wife of James W.
Hughes, departed this life in pcace with God
and man on (he evening of tlio 8th instant.
Sho was a loving wife and mother for many
years Bho lived ft christian and died the
sarno. Sister Hughes wns a mother to t!ic
mothorless and a nurne for tho Hick; nhe gave
groat evidence of her aocoptanoe with God;
Hho gave her heart to Ood when young, and
was a christian for fifty years. "lMessod are
the dead that die in the Lord, for they shall
inheret tho kinadoin of heaven." Kim 1 OILVnu I
a husband 77 years of age, four childjcn,
many grand children nndthu church to mourn
their loss, but it is her gain-?Ihnnks ho unto
God for his unspeakabl* gift. T. r. 1*.
Easley Cottrtm Market,
Novbmiibr 0, 1875.
No. baloB weighed for tho week, ending
Nov. 6th, 100.
Igloos?good grades, ll|@12o.
Nkw York, Nov. 9.?Cotton?From 11 8?16
At *T A
uuKKHviiiLi, ?ov. v.?volion?From 1U}
to 12 cents.
Tribute of llcipeet.
Wiibmas, rvn Allwiso Providence, in His
wisdom, has seen At to remove from our midst
by dentli, our worthy and belovod Pastor,
Elder W. M. MORTON; and, whoreas, feeling
it meet and proper llint tho members of Socotia
Church ulionld givo nn expression of
their esteem and ndmiratlon^of his christian
character ami services to tho church as its
pastor fo>* the past two yoara. Be it therefore.
Resolved, That in (lie ilealh of brother Mor.
tok, tiro Jtaptist denomination lias lost a zealou8
and faithful minister, the community a
good and upright citiroD, and his family a
kind husband audan affectionate father.
Re.'olrtil, That tho pulpit of this church bo
drjiped in mourning for tho epacc of 30 days,
and a blank pnge in our church feook be dedicated
to his nioinory.
A tliol ?-? t -r
deceased brother our sincero and christian
condolence in their sad bereavement.
Kesolvsd, That tho Clcvk furnish a copy of
this Preamble nnd ilieso Resolutions to the
family ol the deceased, find the semo bo published
in tho Pickkns Skntinki. and the
Jas. A. Griffin, "j
w. o. fif.lt>, j-G'omlttoe,
W. A. JJOWBN, }
NIIi:iilI I >H "SAJLES. "
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN PROBATE COURT.
liy order of I. II. Pliilpof, .Tudgo of Probate,
1 will sell at Pickens Court IIouso, on
saleday in December next, the Real Estate of
Temperance Madden, deceased, to-wit:
Tract No. 1,
Adjoining lands of R. J. Johnston, E. W. Meritl
ard Tract No. 2, containing Nincly?scvcu
Tract No. 2,
Adjoining lands of B. J. Johnston, R. Owens,
find Tracts No. 1 and 3, containing Ninety
aces, more or less. Also, i he bi'ildmgs
Tract No. 3*.
Adjoining lands of R. Owens, Wm. Brock and
Tract jVo. contaiainir Ninetv.hi* neve*
more or less
Tract No. 4,
Adjoining lands of Miss J. Brock, J. T?. Clayton
anil Tract No. 6, containing 108 acrcs,
more or less.
Adjoining lands ?f Samuel Parsons. E W.
M orilt and Tract No. 4, 1 and 3, containing
188 acres more or leas.
Tract No. ((,
Adjoining lands of J. B. Clayton, the lands
whereon It. W. Folger now liv?3 and Tract
No. 5, containing Eigbly-cight nircs, nioro
or leas, l'lms of I lie above traces will be exhibited
on day of salo.
The above Lands arc sold for partition.
Terms?On n credit otiwelve months, wiili
interest from dn?e, except so much as may
be necessary to pay costs of these proceedings
I'urcli.iier lo give bond and mortgage
oi premises i. secure purchase money. Also,
pny oxUu tot lilies ami mortgage.
J. Ill LEY FKIUJUSON,
Slu ritf l'ickons Couuiy.
Sheriff3 ofllce, \
l'ickeus Court. House, Nov. 11, 1S76. j 11 4t
MIEIFF S SAL i\
?iAifcUb" fcUUTU CAROLINA.
(\'UN'1Y < F PlCKBNB.
Causby l'.ecse vs. Thin Ladd.
BV virtue of ilie execution in the above
stated case, I will sell, before the Court
House in Pickens County, on the FIRST
MONDAY in December^ next, lh? following
One Tract of Land, situate in l'ickcns
^ouruy, containing 0(?'.> acres more or loss,
adjoin ing lands of and others; levied
on as the property of Tliia I.add, at the suit
of Causby l'.eese.
TERMS CASH?Purchasers to pay extra
J. RILEY FERGUSON,
Sheriff Pickens County.
Sheriff's office, 1
1'ickcns Court House, Nov. 11, 1876. / 11?3
FOR S ALE.
A NO 1 YOKE OXEN, 6 ycarB old;
A No. 1 Maro with foald.
Terms mado easy to purchasers.
AIho, 100 huuhcls of CORN at tho orib, on
12 months crcdit.
WM. M. FERGUSON.
Nov II, 1875 ' ^11 6
Piokens Prioes Current.
corrected wkkkly dy w. t. m'fali..
Cotton por pound, pooked, 4MJ?11|
Cotton per pound, need, 4o
Bacon per pound, 18o
Lard per pound, 20o
^ork per pound, l()o
Corn per bushel; Boo
\Theat per bushel, $1.60
Flour per barrel, $8@10
Apples, Dried, per bushel, 1,00
Apples, Green, per hushol, 1 00
Peas per bushel, ?o? !
llutter por pound, 16@20o
Hccf per pound, 6@Gc
Uccswax, per pound, 26c
Tallow, per pound, 10o
Chickens, per head, 15e
Hides, Dried per ponud, 16o
Hides, Qreen, per pound (So
Kggs, per Dozen, 10c
V'inders, per bushel, $1.60
Chestnuts, por bushel, 2.00
Feathers, per pound, 60c
Wool, per pound, 40o
A ~ .
Member ?four firm lias just returned from
New York where he purchased the largest stook
of General Merchandise ever brought to thig
Loose on tho streets would not creat? th* ?x?
citemenC and wonder, that our prices do.
Meat prints at only ten ecnts, and other
goods at proportionate prices. Polite clerks
always in at tendance, and read/ to plfte*
Satisfaction guaranteed or no sales. Large
Stock of Groceries, Coffoo, Sugar, Molasses,
Bottom Figures. Hats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes of every grado and prices. In faot,
anything needed by the farmer can bo had at
Hudgins & Bolt's.
Remember that this stand is in theMasonio
Ilall Building, fronting the Hotel, just below
the Depot of
Easlcy Station, Octobor G, 1876. Ctf
FAIL & OE GOODS
HI A ?T T1VT ?m M mv ?? M ?
Xj?L01jJCjX Ol AllUJN, 0. (r#
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
call the attention of my friends and the pub-,
lie generally, to the large and well selected
Stock of Goods
i nave now in store. My stock consists of
DR Y, FANCY & DRESS GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
All bought in person for this market, nt price*
1 hut cun not be cut under.
The Ladies will find my PRESS and
FANCY G()01>S, especially suited to th?ir
wants, and Gentlemen in need of CLOTI1INO
of the latest styles will save money by inspecting
I5y strict nttention to business, nnd with
fnirness lo nil, I hope to continue to receiv*
the furors of the pnst.
M. W V0W.IV
Persons who nre due the firm of FOUD St
MAULDIN onncco.* i.'M pie \e K' ..\e %. .??
lul -- .1- ?... ? -
v.. ..vn.nui- ii:> IUU lill. i'iria OI 111* old
firm inusl l>e closed.
M. W. FOKD.
Oct 14 7 tf
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of the
lntn I \l U-Oi ' ' ?
^ a_ . ??? >. in. luvcnuu, ucceascu, cither by
Note or Account, will please come forward at
once nml settle same, in order that (he business
may go on sncccssfully.
W. T. McFALL, Adm'r
Oct 28, 1875 9 tf
I}R ilSOXS Indebted lo (lie mbscriber must
conic nnd make Settlement. My Hooks
must tie closed. 1 must linve money to pay
F. A. MILKS.
Oct 28, 1875 0 8
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
In tho rVotiftto Court,
Mary A O'Doll, Administratrix, uiid J rerry
Koopcr, administrator, l'laintifto.
Margaret M Loopcr, -James A O'Dell, Fredrick
G O'Doll, Noney L O'Dell, Julius
O'DftU. Unronri. I' a>n?il a ?? ?
, - ? . >v x^ou, /i iu neat,
Eiiaa E Mauldin, Andrew Q Wyatt and
Abncr Mullinax, Dofondants.
By virtue of an order in the above entitled
onso. all persons Holding claims against the
estate of (,'alvin O'Dell, deceased, are hereby
notified that they aro required to prove them
with the date and rank of eaoh, before me on
or before the first day of Deoember, 1876, or
de forever thereafter debarred from all bene*
a i 1 *? *
in. or iiuviiiiingo unaer tho deoieo to bt rendered
I. II. PIIILPOT,
noG tit Probate Judge.
Oclobcr 7, 1975.
W. E. I10LC0MBE. H. A. CHILD
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JI1W1VWIUUU <K t/IllKI)
attorneys at law.
WILL PRACTICE in Circuit, Probate, and
Trail Justice Courts of this State. All
business entrusted to them will receive prompt
i Sopt19 8ly
ATTOUNR* AMI) nftllMBEf.T nm ?
GREENVILLE, S. 0.
Practices in tho Circuit ourt and Court
Probate for Pickens ountj.
May 10 Opj