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th? spaco occnpicd, as eight or ton lines can
be mndo to oeoupy four or fivo squares, as the
advertiser cnay wish, and is clmrgcd by the
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PICKENS C. II., S. C.:
iPhurNday, March SO, 1876.
mr Noxt Monday tho County
Democratic ConvonUon moots.
Tim Jjogiulnturo on Thursday Inst,
23d inat. rescinded the resolution to ad
journ sine die on that day, and on Fris
day, concludod to take a recoas until
tho 10th day of April next. Most of
tho llopublioan mombcrs aro delegates
to tho Stato Kopublican Convention
which moots in Columbia about that
timo, and as momliers of tlio Gonorul
Assombly they havo free tickets on
the ituilroads, and will bo onabled to
attond tho Convo?t?on without railroad
oxpon8e8, but if tho Legislature
had adjournod sine die, their tiekots
would havo been taken up and thon
thoy would havo had to pay thenway
to tho Convention. Thus they
econnmiKn nt. (lift mililin ovnunun ?
Railroad Gompanios should bo pro?
hibitod by law from issuing free passes
to membors of the Legislature.?
This would bo ono of tho surost means
of shortening tho sessions. When a
final adjournment will talco plaeo it
is hard to tell. A bottor class of Lo
gislators is sadly needed in South
Tho Pickens Democratic Club
recoivcs daily i:ow acccssions to its
membership. Let organization bo
New Hampshire Elfinton.
Tlio Republicans carried New
Hampshire in tlio recent olcclion by
3,000 mujority. Tho result would not
bavoboon surprising to any ono bad it
not boon for tbo exposures of high official
corruption in Washington just
boforo tbc election; but taken in con*
noction with this fact, wo confess it is
Knwl ?~ f .1 I'
iiuiu iu itvuuuiib iur i>iiu lUHUit, CXCOpi
upon tho hj'pothcsis of tho moral degoncraey
of tho Amorican voter.
W&T Tho Abbovillo Pross and Banner
is ono of our most valuublo and
ostoomod oxohanges. It has boon reconlly
onlargod and greatly improved.
Its selections aro made with caro and
tasto, and its oditorial columns aro
each woolc ably filled with tho fresh- 1
est and spiciest matter. lis typo> 1
gtaphical and mechanical exooution '
can scarcely bo exccllod- Mny tho '
Press and Bannor long wavo ! '
The Price of Introductions I
Gonoral iiioo charged Evans, a post
trader, $1,000 for an introduction to
Belknan. This was a unnrui nri#?n f^
simply nn introduction, but, wo bus- (
poet, Evans mado it pay. liolknap '
then was a groat man, but now ho 1
lias fallon so low, that "tlioro is none 1
no low as to do him revorcncc," save
General Grant. Socrotary Bristovv, as '
kn anva I imunir ? 1
.<? wj ? ...uiovu, ivi/inuu u uuuiiuiand
ton thousand dol lars for arguing '
n caso in tho Court of Claims, and in "
troducing his cliont to Attornoy Genera!
Williams as a "gonllemun of "
charactor and standing." This is the
first tinio, wo boliovo, in tho history
ot this or any othor civilizod govoi n- ft
mont, that priccs aro charged for in- (|
troductions. This is new oti<juctto f,
indood, and it is to be hoped that it b
will I'ocnioil Ull/.i. <1 ilmnlK l-l'
< uvuvii uiuiv i rum
tlio Congressional Investigating Cornmittoo,
tlmt it will never more bo a
hoard ol'in this govorntnonl. ^
* # _
M6&. Grant wants to <kiclc ont"
Hristow, boeauso ho is tho only honcm ft'
man in his cabinet. Grant dislikes $
hononty oithcr in himself or othors.? h
Tfrt nnrl bi* nnhinAt I"1"" "
vw vMuuiuniiy o;
killed tho Republican party. J ^
The Peabody School Fund
Wo learn through Mr. It. Ax Bowon,
School Commissioner, that tho application
for aid from tho "Feaboily Educational
Fund"for (hoschool locatod
at "JNino Times," Pickens County, hat?
failed. Dr. Scars, tiro "Pcoaident of
tho Poabody Education Fund," has
T! I I D ! "
i iiitu iiiuu i?j.r. j 11munj ouuu oupurui?
tondant, that tho nmount of fuud,
that can bo givon to South Carolina,
bus already been cxhauatedj and thero
foro, ho aid can bo oxtondod either to
this school or any other now applicas
tion in this Stato.
Tho conditiuns upon which aid can
bo obtained from tho "Poabody Edu?
cation Fund" aro so numerous and
rigid that but tow communities, in
our sparsely settled country, can avail
themselves of it. When cities fail to
secure aid thinly populated country
placcs can scarcoly hopo to do so.
Grocnvillo tried a few years ago to
, keep up such a school; but tho conditions
necessary to obtain aid, grow
I)ardor and .harder from your to year,
and sho, thorcforc, abandoned it. TUo
conditions necessary to obtain aid aro
too ligid ior tho South; and, as a
conscqucnce, most of this fund of Mr.
Peabody, goes to tho education of tho
most populous States, such as tho
Kastcrn, Middle, and Western. Wo
regret that tho good pooplo of East a*
too havo failed in this noblo ontcrpriso.
We hopo, however, that they
will continue, even by their o'.fii unaided
efforts, to roll tho bull that, thoy
hftvo so huulably commonccU to move.
R??f" Marsh and his wife, tho chiof
witness against Belknap, on learning
that they would bo punishod equally
with tho Secretary, fled to Canada
for rnftlf'P: hut. nn hm'n<* ni'nmliind im
D-; --.-i "b I" > ? munity
from punishment, havo returned
to give testimony beforo tho
Congressional Investigation Committees.
It is better for one man and his
wife to go unpunished than that tlio
chief sinner escape and jLlio nation
General Grant, after the disgrace
of Scher.clc, minister to Eng
land, appointed Mr. Dana to tlio court
of St. James, but "Beaut'' Butler, who,
also, is a Massacusotts' man, feeling
himself slighted by tho appointment
of Mr. Dana, has brought ngiiinst him
tho cbargo of literary piracy, and tho
Sonato has rofuscd to confirm the appointment,
and tho President will
have to look out for some ono else; ho
noou not got disheartened, for tbe Republican
camp it seonif, has a bout ol
spotless angels. Wo now hear Mr.
Longfellow spoken of in this connection.
JSSeif ILo that is not with us is against
us, and not to unito with tho Democracy
is to bo a Republican in fact and
Tho deeper the Democratic Investigating
Comm lIooh dig tho moro
fraud they unearth. A few days ago
Mr. Barlow, tho head of a firm of
mail contractors, testified that in 1872,
when a Republican Congressional
Committee was investigating tho mail
I'Allf HQ llA o \ \.r nol.I.w.i^r. 1 ..
vuvvu, >>v> i'uiii u ii iioiiiii^i.uii iuwyur
nnmod Fai rer forty thousand dollars
with tho understanding that no in-*
rjuiries should bo mado about hit)
roil toe, "lie didn't know and he
lidn't want to know" what was done
with tho mono}'; but ho did know that
Jio Congressional C'onnnitteo didn't
ntorforo with or inquire into his con
A joint resolution was passed in
Jongress, authorizing the 8ccrotary
>1' War to issue to tho Washington
Liight Infantry of Charleston, 8. C.,
iiicl the Clinch iiilles of Augusta, (?a.>
hroo hundred and twenty improved
iroaoh loading riflos; to fully arm and
qui|> said organizations to participate
ii and form a part of ilio Contonnial
jegion of the originrl tliirtccn States
f the Union, which Ijogion lins boon
Cbignntod to nppear and participate
n tho International Centennial Exhibition
JEWr Tho woman in tho easo against
lr. I'ondloton is "Mrs. Oonornl" Rod*
y, a prostitnto who was recently bojro
a Now York police court for
luckmailin# or Bloating, or both.
W: There will ho no postal cards f
ftor the flint, uiiIohh Jewell gQt8 8(585,- ^
DO special appropriation. \
The Charleston Fike.?The bound r
lies of the burnt district nro: on the t
ruilli rVilnmhllft uti'onl nn/l .?!
- ? ?*".
iy,on tlio lion li iho raco com ho, on tho
i?t, South Carolina railroad, and on 1
10 west, St. Philip and Perry slrocty, 1
Resolutions of tfift fffif.miVllnl Hnrnmit-!
teo of the Twelve Mile Biver Association
At tho Fust meeting of tho Committeo,
Kid or W. B. Singloton, tho Choir
man being pteeent, and J. C. Hudson
acting Soorotary in tho absonoo of 6.
W. Taylor, tho following resolutions
'vvnorcas, mo Uentonnial Committco
of Baptist Convention of South
Carolina, .has chargvd us with tho
Contennial work in tho Twolvo Miio
liivor Association. Thoroforo, ros
1. That wo rcquost pastors and
activo brethron nml ?is?ot? ni?l no
in circulating such book*) as will givo
our poople n bettor know lodge of
Baptist history, and ft nioro corrcct
idoti of Baptist principles; particularly
that blood-bought principle of roligious
liberty socurod by the Baptists
of ono hundrod years ago.
2. That wo ask our pastors to proach
a Centennial sermon, or a Baptist memorial
sormon at ovory church during
tho month nf Anril ?* no
0 w. mm j v ft ??U OUV/II tlO
prepared. Wo suggest Ilob. 10, 32 as
au appropriate text: "But call to romombranco
the iormor daj's." However,
such passages ofScripturo as sot
forth roligious liberty may be road,
and tho peoplo addressod without usiug
any particular text.
3. That wo urgo tho following named
brethren to visit as many churches
as possible, and attond othor meotings
as they may have opportunity,
and mnl<o Centennial speeches or
proach sormons, D. II. Konneinoio, T.
SV. Tolleson, G. W. Taylor, J. T.
Lewis and VV. G. Field.
4. That wo rocommond a Centonnial
mass mooting, and request Eldor
W. C. Lindsay to bo with us on the
5th Sunday in April.. By invitation
ui uiu [motor, oroiiidt ?Y. i>. SingleIon,
wo appoint a mass meeting to
l)o hold with tho Sooona Baptist
(Jhurcii, one milo from Pickona C. if.,
on Saturday and Sunday, April 29th
and 30th. Wo hope that all working
members of our Association, and all
pastors who aro preaching lo our
ollliritlins will lli> ni'nunnl < "
J ..... vv |/> vovilb t?; tiilVU Jlill l>
in this discussion, and hoar tho speeches
and sermons, as follows:
Saturday, f'romlO to 12. Civil and
Religious Liberty. Discussion to bo
oponed by W. (J. Lindsny or J. C.
Saturday, from 1 to 3. Religious
Liberty and tho Baptinte. Discussion
opened by G. \V. Taylor.
vMHMiij, 11w 111 iu iu 11?oilnnay
School (Jenlonnial Mass Mooting, with
speaking and Kinging.
Sunday, from 11 to 1?Haptist Momorial
Sermon, by W. C. Lindsay.
Sunday, from 2 to 3?Centennial
Sermon by some ono appointed by the
committoc at that mooting.
In duo respect to tho ladios,wo haro
loft an hour each day to be dovoted
lu mum, jiiiu uuuuiiusa mey win onor
nn entertainment that will attract
5. That wo respectfully ask tho
Pickkms Sentinki, and the Working
Chrsitain to publinh thoHo rosolutionu.
COM MITT ICR.
XV. B. Smglolon, Chairman; G. W.
Singleton, E. II. Barton, O. II. C?
Smith, G. \V. Taylor, Secretary; J. C.
Hudson, acting Secrotary.
^ + m*
Liberty Democra*io Club.
Dear Sentinel: Liberty Democratic
Club was organizod on tho 4th ult.,
under the government of tho Pickens
Democratic Constitution. Tho following
aro tho ofllcors electod :
Win. Smith, Esq., Prosidant; J. It
Ilolcombo, lHt vioo-Presidont; S. I).
stowart, 2d vicc-I'rosident; W. T.
Smith, 3d vico-PrcaidonI; C. S. Robinson,
Secretary; Wm. K. Jioggs, Treasurer.
Kxccutivo Committoo?W T O'Doll,
Henry Arinil, Enocli Richardson, Dr.
Ci. K. Robinson, Samuel J). S to wart.
Rogular mooting second Saturday
iu eauh month.
On account of tlio dedication of tho
A. l<\ M. Lodge at Kasloy, wo havo
Lo postpono ourrogular meeting until !
tho 3d Saturday.
Our club now number**75 members.
C. S. IIohinson, Soc'ry. 1
Guilty.?Tho Sonato has found '
fudge Montgomery Mohos giii'ty of '
iro of tho nine charges proforrod
gainst h m by tho Houeo, and ho ban
;oen dismissed from ollico. JIo was
?nly a dead cock in tho Jlndicnl pit^
tnd they iiavo eiir.nlv draercrod him
i ' nn ?
tST Tho Charleston (Jhiof of Polloo
ms issued nn order closing nil gnmbing
saloons in that city. J'
mr_-i" v_.i: i*4?r nt?L* i
vuvwii 111 now lore on mo suiu
instant, was qaotcd at 18 5*16, to 13}
cents. Gold, 1.14ft.
MARRIED, on 6th instant, at the residence;
of th? bride's mother, by Rot. O. L. Durftnt,
Mm. M. W. FORD to Miss 8UNIE E. GREEN.
both of Eaaley.
On 28d instant, by Rev. D. D. Byars, Mb.
JOHN O. DAVIS, of Central, to Mm* MAR.
QARET MULLINIX, of Liberty.
' ".i 1' r :
JTIIIS POPULAR 1IOU8E is conveniently
locked to t lie Depot; Rooms well furnished
and the (able supplied with tho bost in tho
r arket. Hoard reasonable.
Conveyance furnished to Tablo Rock,
Cresar's Head, or any other point which
parties may wish to visit.
CLYDE & MOTES,
March 30, 1876 80 Gmo
A Fine LINE
ABB? HCTIMS &r
A/i^.nr a t r >c
1VX L.JL / Vl^JLv O,
IIATS?LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, fit prices to suit the time.-.
A*. t* ? ? T *
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Good and Clicnj).
At McK ALL'S.
ttROfHTETlV TTM AVn llAUn
WARE. Pricoa Way Down.
At AloF ALL'S.
FANCY & FAMILY GROCERIES
At McF ALL'S.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Pure
and genuine?will cure the sick and
make the well feel better. Try me?
Don't be backward- but ask fur
vliat you want..
March 30, 187G 30
The State of Noiitli Carolina
Jh/ /. 11. 1'hilpot, Jud^e of Prolate.
WiiKitkah, Clarinda Clark, has mado unit
(o inn (o grant her Letters of Administration,
with the Will Annexed, upon the Estate ftinl
Effects of H. E. Clark, deceased?
Tlio kindred And creditors of (kc said It. E.
Clark, are therefore oiled lo be and appear
before me, in the Court of Probate, to be
holden atPiokensC. II., on .Saturday, the 16
day of April next, at 11 o'clock, a. m.,
lo shew cause, if any they hwe, why the said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and real this, the
26tl? day of March A I)., 1876.
I. II. PHI WOT, *r.ro.
o?r i cnr. ?**
iiinruii ^i , ioiu ow
Norton, Keith & Hollingsworth
A TTOUNE YH A T LA )V,
Will practice in tlio Circuit and Prebnte
Uourts for Pickens County, And in the United
Si a tew Courts of this State from thnt county.
[)ne of the Henior partners will be present to
assist in (he transaction of any important
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTON, > ... ,.
W 0 KPITII j
C. I,. HOLMNGSWOIITII,Pickens C. H.
March 28, 1870 29
ATTOHSKY ANnCOUNftKI.f.OR AT ?,AW,
"^EENVILLE, 8. q.
PraclUv > >n (lie Circuit ourt and Court o
Probu.e for Pickens ountv.
May 10 4'2 0m
J E Y-5 0 0 E ?!
I WOULD AGAIN RESPECTFUL
ly call tho nttonlion of tho public | i
to my well boloctcd nnd assorted
BUI AMD SUH1TCR DRY-GOODS,
DRY & FANCY GOODS,
11 ATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, .
A?iJ ALll.1-- if. J. - ?i - 1A?
uenw wowing mm a specially.
All of which 1 will soil chonp for cash. '
I nm still Agent for tho "EURE*
ICA" FERTILIZER, uno of tho boat
in tho murUct.
Prico paynblo in cotton nt 15c. 1st j
Nov., 860.00 per ton.
Prico paynblo in currency lsi Nov.,
$55.00 per ton.
Prico paynblo it) cash on delivery, 1
$47.50 per ton.
Freight G.OO per ton, to bo added
to this point, and must bo paid in
Last but not least, lot mo impress
it upon thoso who aro duo mo on ac?
count for 1875, that I need the rnonov
and MUST HAVE SETTLEMENTS.
Pay up at once and favor mo as I
M. W. FORD.
EASLEY STATION, S- C.
Feb 17, 1H70 21 (f
COME ALL i
E.1NLKY STATIOX, H.
TIIE UNDEItSffiNMl) FIIt.M (SUC
CISSSOUS to T. W. iJUSSKIi)luivo
uj/viivm wnv t/ini uvorj iiv u.nir y OUIIIUII,
A. L. I?. It., and propo?o to kcop a
fu st class stock of
Dry-Eoods and Groceries,
?i.~ - -..11 -* i
?? IIII-II Lliv> jJIOJHJMU IU BUII IlL UOl 10m '
prices, as the following prices i.uii
Factory Yarn, ?1.20 per bunch.
7-8 Shining, 8 cents per yard.
3-4 Shirting, Gi cents per yard.
Livcrpor 1 Salt, ?1.05 per sack.
Sugars, 0 to 10 pounds to tho dollar.
Rio Codec, best, 1 lbs to tho dollar.
Good Tobacco, at 05 conts per lb.
Flour, Family, 87 00 por barrel.
C. It. Baltimore Bacon, 13 cent? por
All other things in proportion. Al\vaynin
the Corn and Cotton Market;
and other produce taUon in cxchango
Guanos of I ho heal on hand. Call
and examine before purchasing.
RUSSELL, MARTIN ?fc CO.,
March 2, 187<> 26
An old physician, retired from active practice,
having had placed in his hands by nil
Kast I ml in. Missionary the formuln of n simple i
Vegetable remedy, for the speedy and permanent
cure of Consumption, ltronchitis, Catarrh
Asthma and nil Throat nnd Lung nfTcolions,
also a Positive and Radical Cure for Nervous
nAk:i:>.. - ? .l \r n * -
i/ci'iiiijr mi<i nvrvuun VyOUipminiB, aiicr having
thoroughly tested its wonderful curative
powers in thousands ot cases, feels it his duly
lo make it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated
by this motive, and a conscientious desire
to reliovc human suffering, ho will send
(free of charged to all who desiro it, this reccpc,
witli full directions for preparing and !
successfully using. Sent by return mail by
addressing with stamp, naming this paper.
DR. \V. C. Str.VBN8,
Mur.roo IMook, Hyraouso, N. Y.
TTTII r l.~ ~ 1 ' > ' '
W. uu >? nvi'i sv I Iiinciia vunn JIOUSO On ^
Kftlcilay in April next, (
A LOT OF LAND intlio lown of PickctiB, r
known in tho I'lnt of tho Town ah Lot No.
?? . Sold fth tho properly of E. II. Grif.
fln, 8r., dcccnacd.
TKit MS CA8H? Purchaser lo pay extra for
On tho mmo ?la<p, wo will soil nil ilio N#(oh , \
nnd Acoonnts appraiped worthless, due said 1
a. D. KF.1TH, ) !,
J. A. OKIFFIN, J. Adin'ra. I |
J. C. GHIFFIN. J
Maroh 2, 1870 26 6 I
JNIiW A L) V JUK'JL' 1 SJi i\l ISN TS. -r
Southern Home, SCHOOL
m TOUMO LADIES.
Greenville St, Anderson, S- C*
MRS. J. V. MOORE, \
Mirs S. V. UOBINSON, / 1,,no,Pal?Miss
L. BUTLliK, Music Teacher. i
IpIUST Session commencing on Hi? 4th of
TEUM8 PKR 8K8SION OF FIYB MOtiTftB.
For nil (lie Higher Branched, including Frcnch
Latin nnd Qreck, and Mathematics $15 00
IlllnrmnilmlnPln.^u 1 O an
. ... V. ><l vv?M?kW UlitVtfVa i *4 WW
L'rimnry Classes 8 00
Music 20 00
Drawing nnd Painting 20 00
Board per month, exclusive of washing
.and lights 12 f>0
Parties boartllng -with (he Principals will %?
receive Tuition free for one session.
For further information, address
Mub. J. V. MOORE,
Anderson, 8. C.
March ft, 1870 27 4
SHERIFF'S NOTICE. ^
TUB Treasurer litis lodged in my office, ft
number of Tax Executions, which by law,
1 am required lo levy.
Parties will plense call and settle, and saTO ~
lurincr costs ami inconvenience.
J III LEY FERGUSON, s.r.c.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. *
County of Pickbns.
BY virtue of an execution to mc directed,
I will sell before I ho Court House door,
nt l'iokens C. II., on saleday in April next,
the following property, viz: '
One Hundred acres, moro or less, situate in
Pickens county, on Weaver's Creek, waters of
Oolenoy River, adjoining lands of
L.cvicd on ns (hp property of Lemuel A. How*
rml, vh. W. S. Kii kny, Administrator of James
TEtfMS'CASII. I'urohascrs to pay extra
for papers. m
J. Ill LEV FERGUSON, s.r.o.
Mar. 0, 1870 27 4
It is Found at Last! *
Somktiiino Nkw Usnun tub Si;n.?A new
era is dawning upon tlic life of woman. IIithovto
slio lias boon cnllcd upon to suffer the
ills of mankind aDd Iter own hpsirfoo ?
The frequent ami distressing irregularities
peculiar to lior sex linvo long been to lier tlio
"direful spring of woes unnumbered."? ^
In tbe mansion of the rich and in the hovel
of poverty alike woman has been tho constant
yet patient victim of a thousand ills unknown*
lou.au?and these without a remedy. *'()h
Lord, how long!" in the agony of her soul,
hath she cried. lUii now the hour of Iter rcilcmpiion
is comc. (She will suffer no more,
for l)r. J. Hrn.lfi.l.r- ??
. V mi or- ?*
Woman's llest Fiit-ml?is for sale by nil respectable
Druggists llirongliont (lie land at
Sl.OO per boiilo. In another column of this
newspaper will lie fontiil some interesting
particulars concerning the Female Regulutnr *"
ami other informalion liiglily important io
Near Maiiietta. fla. March 21. 1870.
Messrs. Win, Hoot & Sons:?.'lbout ono
year ago I bought a bottle of ib'atlficlil'a Fc- *
male llemilninr fi-nm *
^ - j?". iui unc oi my
daughters who had been suffering with suppressed
menses for > oinc lime. I have had
several physicians attending, bill met with no
success until 1 was persuaded to buy n bottle
of the llcgulator, and it is the very thing for
which it is recommended. She is now in perfect
health. 1 hope all suffering females will ^
nt least try one bottle and have health again.
Very respectfully, \). DOBBINS.
Mar oh 9, in7f> 127 4
Wo arc now prepared to furnish permanent Mtuatlons
for a large number of i>eraoii?, malo and fciualo
w.iosro\Out of Work!\ Tariicu
lnrs sent (rco on Application. Address, with stamp,
SouTHKiiN Co-oi'Khative Co., Nashville, Tonn;
"MIME Ruoor sllT ?
NINE TIMHS.'S. C. #
rpllB presnut uossion of (lio above School
J. opened January !M, 187t>, ami will conlimit
therefrom the scholastic year.
Terms of tuition per session of ten months.
For Primary Department, $4 00
For Intermedin!? Department, 5 00
For Advanced Depart met t, 7 50
Hoard in the best of families can l>o had at
from five to seven dollars per mouth. No deduction
rntido for lost, time, except in cases of
protracted sickness. No student admitted
into the school, except by subscription.
For further particulars, address tho I'rin*
oipal at Nine Times. 4
J NO. 0 WALLACE.
Jan '27, 1870 '21 6m
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VJ you dont, lookout. No excuse hcrcftflor.
A word to the wise is sulTiecnt.
DH. A. J. ANDER80N,
AH persons indebted to Drs. A. J. Anderson
& Hon will cull and settle. *
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Maroli 10, 1870 28 tf
NOTICE ih hereby given that Mathew
Mnnacll, Adininist rnlor of the Kolato of
jodfrey Matildin Imp thin dny Applied to me
'or leave to mftke a Final ^Settlement of said
flstnte nml a discharge tliercfrom, and th?
innic will he heard At my oflice At Plcken#
<'ouit llouao on Monday, 17th day of April
icxt. I. 11. PIIIM'OT, J P.O.
Match 10, 1870 28
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NOTICE is liorcby given thnt Lucy II.
Brock, Administratrix of tlio Kslatt of
V. C. Ilrock, lias this day applied to me for
cnve to rnnko iv Final Hotllcmonl of said Es-<
ntomul a discharge llicrofrom, nnd (ho narno
rill be nonrd al my office, nt Pickens Oourt
Iouho on Monday, 17ih April next.
1 II. riJILl'OT, J.r.P.p.
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