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Thursday, October 18,1877.
Iilos G. Parker, ox-Treasurer of
South Carolina, was arrosted in Jersey
City on the 12th inst., under a reqi
6ition from Governor Hampton. Park
cr was arrested on tho ohargo of con%
spiring to bribe menmbors of the Logis
laturo to secure Senator Patterson's
oloction. He was lodged in jail and
in due time will be brought back to
the State for trial.
The Election in Ohio and Iowa.
Tho Democrats in the election in
Ohio on the 9th instant, gained a
brilliant and decided victory. They
eloct their Governor, Bishop, by
2,5,000 or 30,000 majority, and havo
between thirty and forty majority on
joint bnallot in tho Logislature. This
Scires a )omocratic United Statcfi
Senator in place of Stanley Matthows.
In lowa, the strongs-hold of Iadi.
'valism in tho West, tho Republicans
carried the election by over 30,000
majority on their State ticket, whilo
the Democrats made heavy gains on
the Legislativo tickot.
Meeting of Congress.
Congress met in extra session on
last Monday. Tho vote for Speaker
stood, Randall, 149; Garfiold, 132.
Tho election of Mr. 11andall will givo
Fatisfact,ion to the ntire0 Democracy
of the country. Mr. Randall addrs
sod the Houso in a short, but clo
quont and pointed spooh, ativocating
further retrenchmont and reform.
After tho address of Mr. Randall,
the members were sworn in. Objoc.
tions were made to swearing in of
Cain and Rainoy of South Carolina,
and they were ordere~d to.stand asido.
The further organization of the House
was completed by the election of Goo.
W. Adams, of Kentucky, as Clerkc;
Jt.o. J. Thompson, of Ohio, Sergeant
at Arms; Jno. W. Polk, of Missouri,
as Doorkeopor; J. M. Stewart, of Vir-.
ginia, as Postmaster; and Rev. Dr.
John Poise!, of Maryland, Chaplain.
The Indian War..
The Nes Perces, under the com
mand of Chief Joseph, surrendered
unconditionally to the United States
forces under General Miles on Sn ake
Crook, near Bear Paw Mountaine.
''lho surrender was made on the 15t.h
uIt,. af tor a desperate battle, lasting
over two days. The camp contained
three hundred and fifty men, women
an-.l shildron, of which one hundred
and sixty were fighting wvarriors.
The Indians betrayed none of the
brutality usually manifested to the
wounded' prisoners in their hands
prior to the surrender, and w.hilo
fighting stubbornly as long as they
could, acted in a surprisingly civil
manner. There was a bitter siego,
and( for five days Miles' men were
exposed to bullets, sleet and snow.
The lives of the mon wore really
The Next Speaker.
The appointment of Judge Northrop
to t,be United States District A ttorney
ship creates a vacancy on the bench,
which will have to be filled at the next
meeting of the Legislat,ure. When
Northrop's appointment wvas forosh ad.
owed in a tologram from Chattanooga,
we announced General Wallace, the
present Speaker' of the House, as OUR'
choice for the vacant Judgeship,
should Northrop's appointmont be
confirmed, and gave it as our opinion
that bie would be elected. It now
seems to be .conceded by all the pa
p)or8 in the Stato, that General Wa,
lace is thle coming man, and the undo
oided question is, who is to take his
place as Speaker of the HIouse? Cers
tainly thore are plenty of candidates
an the field, but who is to be the suc
cessful man i8 now the question. Col.
Simonton, of Charleston, lHon. Robt.
Aldrich, of Barnwell, Hion. J. C
Sheppard, of Edgefield, Iton. John J.
Hemnphill, 01 Chester, and Col. JameA
Li. Orr, of Anderson, are all spoken of.
All of those gentlemen are worthy
anid well qualiflod for this responisible
The Greenvillo Enterprise & Moun~~
tahaW~'has boon coming to us for the
la6 infDoth O1' more in ai -half sheet,
withuti *Ord of oxplanaftion as to
the cause, from t,he proprietors. Woe
trust ,Lhid OekCdllt journal is not
The LOgishLtur mots on the 80th
day of November next, and the sos
Bion will loubtless bo an interosting
one. Many questions of grave im
portanco will come before that
body for consideration. Tho bond
question will likely create a long and
exciting discussion. The impeach
ment of Wright by the Senate, in
case ho does not reRign, will create
much interest, and 'in the event of his
rotireinent from the bench, a succes%
sor will have to be elected, as well as
a circuit Judge to take the place of
Northrop. If John J. Pattersen can
be got back to the Stato and triod,
thoro will be a vacancy in the United
States Senate to fill. It is intimated
that many of the Radical members of
the Senate and House are implicated
in tho frauds against tho State, uns
carthed by the investigating commit,
tco. If this should provo to -be true,
they will have to b looked after and
their vacancios filled. Rotronchmont
in tho expenditures of the State, the
abolition of uscless offlices and the
consolidation of others; tho usury law,
Trial Justiceo system arid many. other
questions of importanco will como up in
the course of legislation for considera
tion. Glancing over the field of legis,
lation, we aro of the opinion that the
session will bo an exceedingly impor
We havo received a copy of the
"Greenville 1ote I Registor," pub
lishod by Charlio Hall and Walter
Lee Speights, for tho bonofit of the
Greonvillo 1Iotel and all concerned.
One dollar will sOeCur 50 copios of
the palr. This paper, as above
stated, is publishod in the interost of
the Greenvillo 1Iotel, ono of the best
kept hotels in tho up country.
Speights is always untiring in his of
forts to make his guest comfortable,
and furnishes a tablo ladon iith dit
suiteti to the tasts of prince or' peas
ant--in fact his hotel is the travelers
It is riot a pleasant spectacle, that
of an ex-Sonator and ox -Assistant
Secretary of the United States sent to
jail for defrauding the government. It
is hinted that Sawyer received little,
if any, of the plunder, and is a scape
goat for the sins of others.-Spring
Sawyer was a New England school.
master who came to South Carolina
to develop and enlighten the natives.
It is not a pleasant spectacle to. see
him in jail, but it is perfectly fearful to
behold so many of the same kind who
are running at largo.
Thlo Baltimore Sun says that Cham,
berlain is the last rose of the carpet,
bag summer, and all his lovely com
panions are faded and gone. It will
not be long until.the blighting frost
will make him ref use to inhabit this
bleak world alone, and a conservatory
will be provided for his especial keep
ing this winter.
Ohio and California will send each
a Democratic Senator to the Congress
of the United States in 18'79, in place
of two Republicans nlow occupying
these positions. The Senato will ho
in the hands of the Do)mocrats beforo
the next Presidential election, and
electoral commissions can be dispensed
CoL.UM1nA, Oct. 12,--W. B. Nash,
the faumous black Senator from this
county, has spent the entire day in
the rooms of the investigating com
mfittue. The subject matter of his
testimony cannot, of course, be ascors
tained as yot. Itumor, however, do
cdares thazt it had reference to Mr.
Chamberlain and1( bribery, intimately
connecting the two subjects. What
i8srerly and satisfactoi-ly /known is
that enough occurred during the time
of his prosence to compel or induce
him to give assurances of making ro
stitution to the State to a very large
but unkow amount, aund to make
somo amendls to the people by resign,.
ing his office as Senator. IIis resigna
tion was handed in to-daiy. Nash is
,bo patriot who testified before the
..ongrossionial.committoo that he hand
ndJignantly spurned a bribe of $100,
100 to vote for Mr. Tildoni, lhe being a
On account of the increaso of ad-- a
ortisomonts, the Abbovillo Medium
ssued an oxtra last week. We areo
~lad to see our estoomedl conitempor-.
ry flourishing so much.
The Republican party is now split e
nto two factions-Hayes mren anid fn
talwart Republicana; Liet the kil.. e
renny cat. tightegin . slwrU. 1'
How a County Commissioner Repairs
a Public Highway. ]
1io ordors tbroo overseers to meet
him with all their hands liable to do C
road duty, at a placo to be ropaired, A
namely: A bridge across a emall t
stronm on a certain day, at 7 o'clock, F
a. m. The morning being very fino 1
for sport of some kind-the Cornnis- 11
sioner makes an early start, and takes o
witi him a favorite old dlog, called t
"li," and before reaching the public
hi4rhway, old Leo strikes a lively trail
and goes on and on until it became
very cold, or perhaps, run tho thing
in the ground. While thero in this
dilemma, ho hears another pack com
ing, , full . tilt, after a fox. The
thing was then to consolidate the
foreeg, with who over it might bo,
and on making the connection, found
it to be a young man who had two
favorite dogs, ono named "Mall," the
other " Wedge," together with others.
(The said young man had also boen
warned to work on said highway.)
By thij timc, the race got to ho very
interosting, and some four or five
miles fion said highway to bo re,
paired. In the meanl timo, howevor,
two of the overseers, wI a p1-ortion
of their hands reported at tho place
appointed, somo with axes so dull
they could do nothing, and lost some
two hours in grinding, while a few
went to work in good earnest, and
two teams wore furnished to do tho
hauling. Directly, the enquiry was
mado, "whero is our Commissioner
and tho other overseer and his hands,
they were all to mcot hereC and they
halvo not dono it, and the County
Commissioner has failed to report, so
I think we had botter quit." The
third overscor took his hands some
threo miles in anothor direction to
consume time on their road, and waA
giving it a real good "scourging", and
was still at work when last heard from,
perhaps, p)utting ini some 12 or 15
days. After getting the most of the
imber to the placo, the few hands
became almost unnmnagablo by 12
o'clock; so "quit" wias the order, and
on going to dinner, found the County
Commissioner and the above named
young man and a large old gray fox.
HInd the dogs como in hearing, I do
not suppose there would have boen a
stick of timber cut to repair said high..
In conclusion Mr. Editor, 1 de
sire to enquire if wo have no road
law, and if we have, can it not be
FOR THEI. PICKENS SENTINEL.
The Colored Campmeeting.
MaL. EDITOR-Please announce to
your many renders, through the col,
umns of T H E SENTTNEL, that the great
cst campnmooting that over has boon
wvitnessed in Pickons County, among
the colored people, was hold at Union
Church, commencin-g the 4th inst. and
ending the 8th. Tfho meeting was
conducted by order of Rev. R. 4.
Fletcher. Those who labored with
him were Rev. George Gray, Rev.
Potrick Fair, and also Simmons andl
Goodlott. The result was that 101
members took sacrament, 8 wore bap,
tised 13 received in to full followship
and 21 on probation, making, in all,
34 additions to the churceh, and there
woro also 18 conversions. Them moot
ing was well attondod. Mr. A. M.
Folger was present, with his Bibles
for sale. The p)ulpit was occupied on
sunday by Rev. R. A. Fletcher. The
order of the meeting was excellent.
Thc meeting closed on Monday at 10
o'clock. After the bendiotion was
pronounced, all went home, rejoicing
in the Lord for their successful camp
meeting at Union. A STEwVARD.
Arrangements have boon made with -
the Air-Line Railroad to pass all vis-~
itors to the Greenville Fair, for one
rare, from all points east of Toccoa
The Season for Intermittents.
All miasmatic complaints, in other words, t
d,1 disorders generated by unwholesome ex.J
ialations from the earth or water, are rpreva
ent at this season lin every section subject
a the visitation of fever and ague, or othier n
)rnms of intermittent disease, the causes d
rihich produce the maladies nire nlow actively
L work. This, therefore, is a period of the
our when the inhabitants of such districts
houild prepare their systems to meet the uni-1
hiolesome condition of the aitmospliere bya a
surse of tonic and ualterative treat ment.--- M
oremost among the inivigorants, reco,mme,n
ad by time and experience as a mens~ of ml
irtifying the system against all endemic and oj
ideic maldadies, stands Hostertecr'sStomach p)1
Itters. By a timely use of the Bitters, the c
chiet, resident of an uhealthiy soil may tl
icape the sickness which, without the alit of te
is potent ally of nature, will be apt to over
heO the strnaet.
'or Bilious, Bernitent, and In
r what is more commonly termed Fever and
gue, with pain in the loins and through the
ack, and indescribable chilly sensation down
lie a ine, an Irresistible disposition to yawn,
ain in the eyes, which is increased by mov,
ig them, a blue tinge in the akin, and great
stlessness and debility, VEGkTINN is a safe
nd positive remedy. It is c9mpounded ex
lusively from the juices of carefully selected
iarks and hetbs, and so strongly concenlrated
hatit is one of the greatest cleansers of the -
)lood that is or can be put together. Vs
IRTINE does not stop with breaking Chills
%nd Fever, but it extends its wonderful in,
aluence into every part of the human system,
aid entirely eradicates every -taint of disease.
Vegetine does not act as a powerful cathartic,
or debilitate the bowels and cause the patient
to dread other serious complaints which must
inevitably folldf; but it strikes at the root of
disease by purifying the blood,.restores the
liver and kidneys to healthy action, regulates
the bowels, and assists Nature in performing
all the duties that devolve upon her.
Thousands of invalids are suffering to day
from the effects of powerful purgative nos
trums, frightful quantities of' quinine, and
poison doses of arsenic, neither of which ever
have, or ever could, reach the true cause of
works in the human system in perfect liar,
mony with nature's laws, atid while it is pleas
ant to the taste, genial to the stomach, and
mild in its influence on the bowels, it is ab
solute in its action on disease, and is not a
vile, nauseous Bitters, purging the invalid
into false hope that they are being cured.
VICm:TINN is a purely Vegetable Mediine,
compounded upon scientific principles. It is
indorsed by the best physicians where its
virtues have been tested, is recommended
only where medicine is needed, and is not a
mixture of cheap whiskey so!d under the
cloak of Bitters.
GIVES, HEALT11,STRENGTH & APPETITE
My daughter has received great benefit
from the use of Vegetine. Ifer declining health
was a source of great anxiety to all of her
triends. A few botles of the Vegetine re
stored her health, strength. and appetite.
N. 11. TILDEN,
Insurance and Reil Estate Agent No. 49
Sears Builling. Boston, Mass.
BOSTON, November 18, 1877.
H. R. ST:VENs, Esq.-Dear Sir: During
tie past five years I have had ample oppor
funity to judge of the merits of VrT:1.
fify wife has used it for complaints attending
a ;ady of delicate health, with more benefi,.
eial results than anything else which she
ever tried. I have given it to my children
under almost every circumst ance attend(inlg a
large fam'ily, and always with marked benie
fit. I have taken it myself with such great
benefit that I cannot find words to ex..
press my unqualified ~appr'eciationi of its
While performing my dulties as a Police
Dfficer in this city, it, has been niy lot, to fall
in with a great deal of sickness. I unhesi
latingly reco,mmend VEGETINE, and I never
knew of a case where it did not prove all that
was claimed for it. Particularly in cases of
deblitated or impoverished st ate of the blood,
its effects-are really wonderful; and, for all
complaints arising from an Impunre state of
he blood, it appears to work like a charm;
and I do not believe there are any circum
stances under which Vegetine cain be used
with injurio us results; and it will always af
~ord me pleasure to give any further infor
nation as to what I know about Vegetine,
WI LLIA M B. H IL L, Police Station 4.
H. R. STEVENS, Bostori Mass.
IEGETINE is Sold by All Druggists.
ogt 11. 1877 6 4
G ADDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS, LEA
THER, including Lace Leather, and the
>est of French Calf Skins, Whips, BLuggy
[Jmbrellas, etc. Premiums awardled met at
state and County Fairs. Shoe Findings, and
L'anner's and Machine Oils specialties All
loods warranted as represented, Among my
>thier Goods I desire to call particular atten
ion to my very neat and substantial Strawv
mnd Wool Facedl IIome Made Collars, which
think excel any made in this market. hecre,
iJPPER, KiP AND COLLA R L,EA TiER.
Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
oct.11, 1877 65 3m
[ OFFER VALUABLE PROPERTY, situa-.. ]
Ltod in the Town of Easley, for sale.
If not sold at private sale before 1st No.. ]
rereber, I will sell to the highest bidder, on'
['uesday after saleday of said month. For
orms and price, apply on the premises to
Mrs. L. C. FOLGERL.
Easley, S. C., Oct 11, 1877 5 4
SOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS '5
All persons having demands against the '1
istate of ALCY BAKER, deceased, will pre 'J
ent them properiy proved; und ihose in
lebted will make payment to the undersigned
y the 10th November next.
WV. 0. FIEED, Admn'r.
oct 18, 1877 6 4
OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
- otice is hereby given to all persons in-i
crested, that 1 will apply to WV 0. Field,
udge Probate of Pickens Oounty, for leave
a make a Final Settlement of the Estate of1
y Ward, Laura C. Couach, (formerly LauraJ
-Day,) on the 3d (lay of November next,
nd ask to bo discharged therefrom as Guar
ELAd DAY, Guardian. L
act 4, 1877 4 4 a
41All persons ind(ebtedl to the Estate of
M. K. ALEXANDER, deceased, must make~
Lyment, to the undersigned on or before
0 1st day of November next. The accounts
those who fail to pay by that, time will be
aced in the hands of a proper offider for
il .ntion. Those having demands against'
e E.tante will present them properly at-- F]
.MORRIS MILLER, A,dmn'r. si
sept 27. 1877 8 3
NOW IS THE TIME TO
Buy Your Goods
WE HAVE JUST tECEIVED A
[ull and coinploto LINE of NEW
GOODS for Fall and Wintor Trado,
purchased in Now York, by Mr. W.
NI. RAGOOD, with great caro, and at
lower prices than ovor beforo, and
will take great pleasuro in showing
Dur Goods and giving pricos.
Wo invite special notice to our
Ladies', Childron's and Men's Shoes,
Ladies' and Gonts Hats, of latest
Calicoes and Delainos;
Flannels and Joans;
Ready Mado Clothing;
Bridlos, Saddles, Ia-rness.
Tho best grados of Sugar, Coffoo,
Choose, and Syrups, always on hand.
IIAGOOD, ALEXANDEI& CO.,
Pickons C. H., S. C.
W. M. IIAGOOD & CO.,
Eialoy, S. C.
Sept 27,1877 3
WE ARK PLEASUlE IN AN
iou nci ng to onr' customecrs and tho,
mblic, that we havo opened one ol
,he largest stocksi of
Brought to this market. Consisting
JEANS, CASSIMERES, &-c.
D)RY-GOO DS in ond less variety.
1108I E RY,
Jtoaks and1 Shaws,
Black A Ipacca a specialty.
3,000 yards RIBUONS, 2 to 5 inches
s'ido, at 15 cents per1 yail.
Largest stock of CARP'ETS over
)rought ti> this market.
JIOVEY & TOWNES,
Next door to National Bank,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Oct 4, 1877 4 3m
Main-St. Greenville S. C.
I[ardware, Cutlery, Gunus,
'INE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, A
lar Iron and1( Steel;
llacksmithI's, Carpenter's and Mechanic's
3uilders Hardware of every description;
Vagon and Carriage Materials;*
i. full line of' Best Quality Leothier and Rub
ber Bolting, always in sf.ock;
~airbannks Standard Scales;
'he Hall Safe and Lock Company;
he "Taylor" Cotton Gin;
ucker's Patent Alarm Money Drawer
LIso, for the Ce]lbrated Shanenberger Horse
and1( Mule Shoes.
We areo prepared tCD sell Sweedes Iron at
ec lowest (juotations fr'om any markets, and
ill propose to dluplicate in voicous from North
rn Jobbing Hlouses, adding only actual
WILKINS, WILLIAMS & CO.
Greenville, 8. C.
Sept 6, 1877 52 G
SOTICE OF FINAL SElTTLEMIENT.
. Notice is hereby gi.ven to all petsons in..
rested, that I will apply Lo' W. 0. Field,
i(dge Probate of Pickens County, for leave
make a Final Settlement with my Wards,
ZZI 'rOM AS, R. M. STEWA RT et
.on the 2uthi day of October next, and
k to be discharged therefrom as (Juard(ian.
J. E. HIAGOOD, GIuar'dian.
sept 20, 1877 2 -6
:oowee Lodge, No. 79. A. F. M.
THlE REGUL RT,~ MONTITLY MEET-.
INOG1 OF OWEE L~ODOE, No. 79, r
A.-. P.-. M.-. will take place on thi
RsT MONI,.\v in NOVSMnERL next. The at. C
ndaince of all the members is earnestly do
red. RL. A. C11IL0, W. M.
wV. T. nami~ 'Srtary,
3TATE OF SOUTH PAROLINA'
IN TilE CO URT OF COMMON PLBAS
Stephen D. Keith, James A. Or flin, and j.
C. Griffin, as survivin Administrators of
the Estate of E. 11. Or ffin, Sr-., deceased,
Elias E. Mason and W. Thomas Davis, De.
Foreclosure of Real Estate.
BY virtuo ot a decretal orden to me direct.
edyby Thompson 11. Cooke,Judge of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit, in this case, bearing
date the fifth day of March A. D., I will se
to the highest bidder, before the Court Houso
door at Pickens Court House, during the legal
hours of sale, on Monday, the Fifth day of
November next, the following DESIRABLH
LtINDS, to wit:
"All that Piece, Parcel or Lots of Land,
lying near the Town of New Pickens, known
by a Plat made by J. B. Clayton, as Lots or
Tracts, Nos. 8 and 9. Lot No. 8 containin%
Fourteen and One-balf acres, and No.
containing Nine Acres more or less, adjoin.
ing lands of J. A. Griffin on the West, Main
Street on the North, and the School House
Lot on the East. Both Lots containing 231
acres, more or less."
These Lots or Tracts of Land will be sokd
separately and for cash. Pur'ohasers paying
extra for titles.
JOAB MAULDIN, s.P.O.
oct 11, 1877 5 4
SHERIFF S* SaLES.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
B Y virtue of an order from W. G. Field,
Judge of Probate for Pickens County, I
will sell to the highest bidder at Pickens
Court flouse, on Saleday in November next,
during the legal hours of cale, the following .
property, to wit:
All that Tract or Parcel of Land, situate in
Pickens County. S. C., in the Fork of Twelve
Mile River, adjoining lands of Wm. .3ze
more, Warren Boyd, LauraBaker, the Estate
of RobertlUriffin, deceased, and others, con
taining Three Hundred Acres, more or less,
of which there is Fifty Acres of Fine Bottom
Land. Sold as the property of Richard B
Baker, decease(l, for partition.
TEMS-Uosts of partition and sale, in
cash, on the day of sale. One third of the
purchase money on a credit of six months;
one third on a credit of twelve months, and
the balace on a credit. of eighteen months,
wvith interest, from day of sale. Purchasers
to give h)ond anid mortgage to the Probate
Judge t o secure the purchase money, and to
pay extra for papers.
JOAB M1UALDIN, s. P.c.
oct 11, 1877 5 4
ST'ATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA,
I)Y virtue of an execut ion to me direeted,
1) will sell to the highest bidder for sash,
at Pickenms Court House, in front of the'
Coturt hlouse st-eps, on the Fifth day of No
vemiber next, during the legal hours of sale,
One Tract of Land, containing One Hun-.
dIred andl Nineteen Acres, more or less, lying
in the State of South Carolina, County of
Picken-, on both sides of Twelve Mile River,
adjoiing lands of Mirs. Neal, Joseph Gas,
away-the Real Estate of Newton Arnold,
deceised, and others. Levied on as tho
p)rop)erty of A. Weemis, at, the suit of WV. E.
Tri Et.TilS C ASII. P'urchasers to pay extra
JO.\B 3.\ULDlN, .r c.
oct._11,_1877 5 ''4
STAT.E OF SOU ll CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKEN8.
B Y virtue of a decretal order to me direot
ed, by His lHon. Thompson 11. Cooke,
Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, I will
sell to the highest bidder, oin Saleday in No
vemiber next, the following Real Estate sitn
ate in P'ickens County, S. C.,
On Fotur iMile Creek, waters of Keowee4
River. adjoining lands of T. J. Hooper, John
O'lirian t and ot.hersi, andl conitaining One
Hlundred and Thirty-one Acres, more or less,
Sold as the propeirty of J. C. O'Briant, at
the suit of E. B. Alexander.
TElRMS CASH--Purchaser to pay extra
JOAB MAULDIN, sf...
oct 11, 1877 65 4
The State of South CaroHlua
COUNTY OF PICKENS,
By W. C. Field, Judge of Probate.
Whereas, :J. J. Lewis, Esq., C.C.P. has
made suit, to me, to grant him Letters of Ad-.
ministration, of the Est.ate and Effects of
Elam Chapman, deceased.
These are therefore to cite andl admonish
all and singular the kindred andl creditors of
the saidl Elamn Chapman, deceased, that they 4
be and( appear, before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Pickens C. 1H., on the
30th day of Octbber, inst., after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock,in the forenoon, to shew
oause, if any they have, why the said admin
istration should not be gi'anted.
(Given under my hand and seal this, the.
5th day of October A. D., 1877,
Pub)ished.on the 11th day of Oct., 1877.
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STATE OF SOUTII CAROCINA,
~COUNTY OF PICKEN8.
By WV. (G. FiELr. JUDOE OF PROnATS.
SThmereas, J. .J. Lewis, Esq., c.o.P , has
made stit to me, to grant him Letters
>f A dmninistraytion, (10 bonis nion, of the Estate
md1( Effects of Sarah Chapman, Sen., de,,
These are therefore to cite and afmonish
LII and singular the kindred and ce ditors of
he said Sarah Chapmen, Son , deceased, that
hey L.e and appear before me, in the Court of
'robate, to be hota at Pickens C. IH., on
lhe 30th day~ of October, instant, after pub,
ication herQof, at 11 o'clock in the forenog '
4) show cause, If any they have, why theo sat
,dmiistration should not be granted.
(Oiven under my hand andi seal this, the
Lih day of October, A. D-, 1877.
Published on thme 11th day of Oct., 1877.
W. 0. FIELD,, j.r.p.o.
Oct 11, 1877 e 5