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U. P. BflAULW. T.Ma* Punnwatftii w? | IfllfBOII VttlVVI VVAIVlVtl Terms of NubNtTiptioii. C>n? Year $1 60 9t? Months 75 Advertising Rates. Advertisements inserted at tlio rate of $1 00 Jfer Bqaaro, of (9) nine lines, on Less, for the fltsl insertion, and 50 cents for each subse* 4&ent insertion. Contracts made for turkr, six or twelvk ftonths, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of Insertions marked on them, will be published Until forbid and chargod accordingly. These torms are so simple nny child may understand them. Nine lines is a squaro?I one inch In overv instanoc wc charire bv Mio space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the space. Advortisers will please state the number of squares they wish their advertisements to make. Business men who advertise to be benefitted, wilf bear in mind that the SENTINEL has a largi and increasing circulation, and is taken by the very class of persons whose trade they desiro. PICKENS O. II., S. C.: o Thursday. May 18,187<*. j Thanks. ur ? * a 1 i__ A _ .i T T> ?* u ruiurn uiisukh 10 ^ui. j. 1 , Thomas, Superintendent, tor an invitation to attond tho commencement oxoreiscs of tho Carolina Military Institute, Churlotto, N. C., Juno 10th, lGth. Tho Columbia Phoenix. Tho "bird" has again risen trom its asbos, but in rather a tooblo form. It is quito small, but promises to incroaso in srzo and importance as tho timo 'mprovos. It is Conservative in politics. Wo wish it success. The Charleston Journal of Commerce, Mado its appearance on the first of this month, and a notico of it was unavoidably omitted in our last week's iBSUo. Tho Journal is ably oditod and thoroughly Democratic, whilo its typographical exocution is socond to no othor papor in the Stato. Its nows and markot reports aro full *nd comploto, and, withal, it is a stor* ling and \ftiluablo journal. May suecoss attond it. ? 4^ The Centennial Legion. rii i. n i r A i _ r~\ j. no untu ai raugouionis ior mo oentonnial Legion, 1111(101' tho appoinU mcntto pa ratio at Philadolpia on tho 4th of July, wore mado in New York on tho 8th instant. Tho Legion is composed of representative commands from tho "old thirteen" States and parados in honor of tho Ono Hundredth Annivorsary of tho Declaration of Amorican Indopondenco. Tho field officers aro, G011. II. VV. Slocum, of Now York; (ion. Fitzhugh Loo, of Virginia, and (ion. Ambroao E. Burnsido, of Uhodo Island. National Orange LecturerCol. A. 13. Smodloy, of Iowa, Looturor of tho National Grange, will visit portions of South Carolina during tho latter part of Juno. lie will addroBB tho l'atrons and public at tlio following placos and datos mentioncd: Edgefield 12tl> Juno; Columbia 1 iitli* Orangeburg 14th; Newberry 10th' Abbevillo C. II. 17th; Andorson C. II. 20th, and Sonoca City at night (20th.) Tho Patrons in PicIconB who desire to hoar lum can do bo most conveniently at Scncca City. Tho State Convention Wo publish on tho outsido of tliin issuo tho proceedings of tho Into Donr ocratic Convention. It is conceded on all sides that tho convention was tho most dignified and ablo body aflsombled in South Carolina ninoo tho war. Tho action of tho con vontion, in oonfinlng its work lo tho selection of dologates to tho St. Louis Cor.vontion and tho olcction of a now Stato Exocutivo Committee, wo think, was ominontly wise and proper. Tho quoBtion of a Stato policy was properly deferred until tho meeting of tho nominating convention, When that convontion moots, whatever policy it adopts, wo fool aflflurod will bo for tho bout intcroHt of tho Stato and party.? Thorois nothing lost in waiting whilo much may bo gained. 1^ Judgo Jlood haw written a lottor to tho CharloHton Bar, in which ho declares his intention to hold on to bin offico as Judgo lor tho constitution* al torm of four years from tho dato of bis election t 0 \ The Centennial Tlio groht Contonninl Exhibition was formally openod, at Philadelphia, ot) tho 10th inst. Tlio gates wore opened lit 9 o'clock. Fifty thousand pooplo woro in attondanco. Tlic coro monies woro oponod with tho nirs of all nations, under tho direction ol Thoodoro Thomas; prayor by tho Itov. Bishop Simpson; hymn by John Groonloaf Whittor; prosontation of building to tho United States Contonnial Commission by tho Contonninl Commissioner, John Welsh; Cuntnta Iitt Ki/] nntf T <0 ninn r\( ( inAtv*! o oiwl nnn. IKT J k/IU IIVJ JUIUIIUI VI VI VV/I illIV* J/l V sontation of tho Exhibition to tho Prosidont ol tlio United Slates by Job 1?. Iluwloy. Tho International Exhibition was thon opened by proclnmation by tho President of the United States. At 10:30, a. m., Dom Pod to was es~ cortod to a Beat by Genoral llaw'oy. At 10:45 Conoral PhillipShoridan and wifo passed ovor from tho building to a stand in front of tlio Memorial Hall during tho rendition of national airs, lie was greeted with great applauseHo was closely followod by Hon. J. G. Blaine, Sonator Joiior, of Novada* and wifo. At 10:55 tho Prosidont cn~ tored through Memorial Hall, and was conducted to a seat on front of the platform. Govornor ilartranft, Gon. Hawloy and lion. 1). G. Morrill occupied scats on bis loft, while Messrs. John Wolsh and Goshorn wcro on his right. Fred Douglass, by nomo mis*> chance, worked his way through the crowd, and was holpod over by ofllcors and conducted to a sent on the ...... :. I. jjiuLiui iii, -ijlu >v?o yruuiuu witii checrs. At 11:08 tho Wngnor Contennial inauguration march was performed by Lho orchestra, under 'the direction of Thcodoro Thomas, at tho conclusion of which Bishop Simpson offered up a dovout prayor,during tho rendering of which tho majority of tho vast nssomblago stood with uncovorod head*. Tho Empress of Brazil, oscortod by Mrs. Gillcspio, visilcd tho Womon's Pavilion this p. m., and mado a tour of all tho aisles and passugos. There wero no formalities attending tho visit. JDoin Pedro also wailed tho Pavilion, and gavo emphatic approval of the work thoro displayed by American women. Tho reception l>y the President was omitted. Ilo was fatigued. Tho fol lowing was 0110 ot Lho moat lmprossive scenes of the day: The President agisted by bis Imperial Majesty Dom Pedro, started tlio motive power of the ball.. At ti signal from General Hawloy tbe President and JOmperor seized a crank, and opening ti?o valvot?, turned tbom several timcH. At once a sound was board, which gavo to the people tho understanding that lho ongino was about to move; then tbe monstious sovonty ton lly wheol began slowly moving, incroaalng gradu ally in rapidity until it was traveling at ita fall speed. Gonoral ILuvloy started tho hurrah, which was taken up by tho surrounding multitudo.? Deafening echoes travelled through tho building, and as all tlio wheols in tho hali began moving tho ringing o* bolls and other demonstrations told to tho world that tho Contennial Kx? hibition was lairlv ononod. 1 M KKT1NO OF Til B STATU PuKSH ASSOCIATION.? Tlio annual mooting of tlio State Prose Association, hold at Spai tunlmrg, Wodncsdny, was well attondod. The following officers wore unanimously clioson to servo for tlio ensuing yoar: President, Col. Jnmos A. Hoyt, of Anderson; First Vice President, Captain F. \V. Dawson, of Charleston; Second Vico Prosident* Colonol T. Stobo Furrow, p\ Spartanburg; Third Vico President, S. W. Maurice, of Kingstroo; Fourth Vico Proflidont, It. U. Hemphill, of Abbovillo, Fifth Vico President, Jamos TBacon, of Edgefield; Recording Sccrotary, A. A. Gilbert, of Sumptcr; Corresponding Secretary, E. H. Murray, oi Anderson; Treasurer, T. F. (ircnckor, of Nowborry. In tlio evening an ad Irons upon the subject of "Journal mm, whi) uouvercu uy i.apiain J'. W. Dawson, at tlio Court IIouho, beforo a largo audioncc. The Pickkns Skntinkj, lust wcok gavo lift a fino notice nnd our noigh^ bor will pleano accept our thanka for liiri high appreciation of uh, an well as for tlio haudKOmo manner in which ho was ploasod to sponk of our pnpor.? Tho Sentinki. in a good pnpor which is always on tho rightsido of ever important question. Ahbovillo Pious & I J.anncr. xvanroaa xaxosExecutions against tho taxpayors of tho Ooun who havo not paid thoir Iiailroad tax, has boon issuod by tho County Trensuror, and placod in tho hands of doputios for oollcction. It socms, from tho host information wo can gather, that thoy do not pronoun to rnnlra ii nlonn swiwn lint, nro i ? ^ only sorving tbo oxocutions on cortain individuals in oach neighborhood. Why, this courso is pursued, we aro not ablo to say, unloss it is to stir up oach neighborhood and boo what thoy are going to do about it. The pooplo aro at a loss to know wbothor to nav up or rosist furthor, and sovoral liavo como to us (or advico. Of courao, wo aro unablo to adviso thorn legally, and would suggost that thoy havo a maas mooting at an early day, and como to somo understanding as to what course should bo pursued. If furthor reaiss tanco is contomplatod, it should he united and dotorminod, and no timo should bo lost in employing tho best legal talent in tho State. If no furth or rosistanco should bo dotorminod upon, thou tho sooner wo pay up and .stop nil litigation, tho bettor it Mill bo lor all parties concerned. This is a subject ot vast importanco to tho taxpayors of tho County, and an intorchangoof viows would do no barmTwo cases horotoforo appealed to tho Supremo Court of tho Unitod States, havo boon dismissed by that tribunal, for tho want of jurisdiction, the amounts involvod not being largo enough, tho law limiting appeals to sums of fivo thousand dollars runt upwards. In Una instanco, iL is true, tho amounts aggregated moro than fivo thousand dollars, but tho cases woro soparato, ono action being brought by tbo Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, and the other by tho Bank of Commerco of Richmond, Ya.?noithor of tho judgments separately amounted to the requirod sum, and tho casos were thorcforo dismissed by tho court. Tho court reiuseu to dismiss one caso, ana will hear it on its morits when it is ronchcd on tlio docket. Of course, tliis will settle the whole question, but how to get rid of tho present executions is ft question, not yet solved. Wo therefore think, ft mass meeting could not do any harm, and might possibly do much good. We morely .nalco the suggestion and leave the maucr wun me laxpayors to uoicis mino for thomsclvos. Sinco writing tlio above, wo have boon pormitted lo liako I ho following oxtraot from a privato letter of Col. Norton's, ton gentloman in this place. Wo also, in connection with it, publinh a teller of Mr. Jiarlo'H, published in the Cjroonvillo Nows, to tho Treatsurcr of this County. Col. Norton is iho Attorney for tho County, and Mr. Eavlo for tho bond holders. It will bo scon that both hides arc sanguino ol ultimate huccosk. Col. Norton says: "Lot tho pcoplo stand firm in thoir icfusul to pay tho Hail road tax. Tho oaso under whioh tho tax hns boon lovied has not boon dinmisbod, but the court refused to dismiss it, and 1 loo. VV. W. Boyce writes mo will bo hoard on its merits when reached on tho docUot." Mr. Earlo writes as follows to tho County Treasurer. Gukknvillk, S. C., May 10, 187(>. Mr. W. A. Lesley, County Treasurer of Pickens: "My Dear Sir: I prcsmno that by this titno the people ofyour County are fully uwnro that tho Supremo Court of tho United States bus dinmissed i i., / iziiv iij'jjumn wrun ui Vl'iurj ill KOI) upon tlio judgments obtainod last l)ccoiubor, upon the coupons duo Jan. 1, 1870. And J hold those good taxpayers who Binned the supersedeas, bonds hftvo anticipated tlio result, and provided in advunco the moans to moot thoir obligation so patriotically assumed. It would havo boon ITIDUi LU lltlVUUIIHIUU UUV III m_JUU Jill III llio nropohition to Bottle the cntiro matter by paying $1,500 a yoar for fivo years, instoad of involving thornHelves in tho litigation which lias just on (led. However, thoy havo been coriHcicntiouHly advised by mont oxcellont, asniduoufl and ablo counsel, iin/l it !o rnmii#n < a m %r ?\haoa?i i?u\< w id ?v/? vigii wv nijr j/i unt'li' Jllir^ poso to oxult over tlio rosult,r,r taunt the peoplo who havo this burdon to boar. What J have to say is this merely No bond was givon on the appeal upon tbo firat judgmont, and tliorc ia no reason for staying tbo collection of tho tax leviod under the mandamus from tho United StatcH Court to pay that judgment. J am approhoneivo, however, that in the prCHon i iinanoiui atringonoy,ovon this collodion will produce distress amongat Bomu of tlio poople. "Tho holders of LIicho bonds liavo shown a disposition to donl liberally .villi Pickens County about tins matter, and though lliiH spirit has received a very rude and unmerited ro. j buiT, I am confident that oven now i thoy would bo willing to do very nmoh to nmoliorate tho prosont situation, if satisfied that tho good pooplo of t?iokons County would unito in a propor ioffovt to pay up tho judgment, alroady obtninod. in rosiHonahlo itmtnllmnnt.M. and provido for tho balanco of tho dobt as it ahull mature, "As a taxpayor of your County, | considerably interested in its futtiro ' prosperity, I would bo greatly ro~ joicod at an adjustment of this mattor, and I will bo obliged to you personally if you will make eomo effort to as-j oortaln tho public sontiraent on this nubjoct, and communicate with mo fully and frankly. I do not wish to bo misundorstood. You know that I havo novor doubted the final result of thoso caso3, sinco tho bonds woro issued, and it will bo a groa^ mistako to supposo tlmt my olionts nro at nil wanting in porfeot confidonco in tho justico and logality of their claims.? Thoy paid high piicos in monoy for thoso bonds, and a rocont docinion of tho Supremo Court of tho Unitod Statos strengthens confidenco in thoir logal validity. Yory t'uly yours, Wm. E. Eart.f.. + Tho Blue Ridge RailroadThointcrost awakonod in this great cntorpriso is increasing ovory day. An oarnost effort, by discroot and ac tivo men, is now boing raado to reoganizo tho company. Tho Koowoo Coin rior, in speaking of this important ontorpriflo says: "Oconco and Pickens Countios, as well as the intermediate country to tho soaboard, aro also groatly intor-. ostod in tho completion of tho I3luo liidgo Koad. "\Vo join hands with tho Anderson Intclligcnccr in saying that "NValhalla, Andorson, Abbeville and .Nowborry should unite thoir strength in thin movement and lend encouragemont to whatever schemes may bo devisod to securo an early resumption of the work," and would rospccttully BUggost that IMekons, Pendleton, Groenviilo, Columbia, Orangoburg, Edgefiold, Barnwoll and othor soetions of the State, bo roprosonUd by dologatcs in tlio Convention to bo hold in Charleston on tho 25tii day ol May, instant." Wo should cortainly liko to see Piokons represented ?n tho Convention, for wo do not consider that the towns located dirootly on tho .Road, or tho Counties through which it will run uro alono to reap all tho bonefita from tho comploiion of this grout enterprise, but every section of tho State will bu benefitted thoroby. Wo imru ly think Pickens will bo represented, but nevertheless wo wish tho gentles men engaged, abundant suecoss in their undertaking. Jt?er i>ir. jjiiwrenco uox, n respectnbloj-oung whito man, was killed near IIuntsvillc, in Grccnvillo Courtly, on tho 3d mat., by a negro namod Calvin Patks. Parks wont to Laurone C. II. and Hurrondorod himsolf and if in jail at that place awaiting trial.? Tho imirdor is said to havo boon unprovoked. jjsay" Another campaign, on a small scale, has been commonced against tho Indians in the North west. 10( soidiors havo been sor.t out from Fori Laramio. Tho Ashcvillo, .N. C, Expositoi says that partios in tho noighborhooi of Sugar Hill, Old Fort and Marion report heavy and tremendous rumbling in tho vicinity of Bald Mountair a few days a^o. Tho shocks uro suit to equal tho most cxciting of thoso * few months ago. tm - Ex-Congivpsman Barnum, J)oinocrut. has boon olocted llnitod Siatet Senator from Connecticut. A forty thousand dollar fir< occurrod in Columbus, (in., on tlio 5LI innlant. Bayard, Tlldon and Thurmar now Bccin to be tho meat prominunl P * t. - l\ _ * ? - 111 u11 lor uh) jvcmoonuic nominauor for President. Tho Now Ycrk llorald thinks that oithor one of tho gen* tlomon as Prosidunt, and tho othoi two in tho Cabinet would bo bard tc beat. 'r 11 ii1 1 11 1^ o L 1J .11 If 1,1 ke?isti:r, rUIJLIBIIF.I) DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY The Only Democratic Paper at the Capital, TRRMS, IK APVANCB : Dnily, six months, $3 6(1 Tri-Weokly six months, 2 f>0 Weekly, six months, 1 00 Pir R A T? W.fi'P Book and Job Printing Office IX TUE STATU. flnvY" Address all communications, ofwhrit* over clinrAOlcr, to Mnnnger Register Publishing Company, Columbia H. C, May I*. 1M70 iN'evv advertisements. mmmmm mm mmtmm ! ? m THE CENTENNIAL! OPENED YESTERDAY, AND SO IIAS < O. A. Pickle OPENED ono of the largest and boat solectod etook of Goods over brought to this city, consisting of Ladies' Dress Goods, Dlenohod Goods, Domestics, Parasols, Fans, Ilibbons, Hosiery and Notions. 200 Pieces Prints at Bottom Prices. A beautiful lot of SummerCassimeros? French, English and American. IIATS! IIATS!! HATS!! 1 Also an elegant line of Clothing at prices to suit tho times. Greenville, S. C. May 18, 1870 87 2 MiiGDt Land Sals. o rnilE following is tho List of Delinquent J_ I.nnds in l'iokens County, for 1875, furnished me by W. A. Lesley, County Treasurer. PICKENSVILIjE TOWNSHIP. Nenl, L C 317 acres and 4 Buildings jnmison, a r ou ncree ftnu 1 mulcting SALUBRITY TOWNSHIP. Davis, John 0 250 acres and 2 Buildings GARVIN TOWNSHIP. Davis, Wtn L 1 Lot and 1 Building Davis, Andrew S 1 Lot DACUSVILLE TOWNSHIP. Latham, James II 100 acres EASTATOE TOWNSHIP. McDaniol's Estate, B W Q 800 acres 1 Rogers, Josejth B 67 acres I XT ~~ 1 L.. ! ll-i il. l._1_ _ ? nu'.itx in nuiuii/ givuu nun uiu nuuiu ui 1 I he several Parcels, Lots and Parts of Lots of Heal Estate, described in tlio proceeding list, or ho much thereof as will ho necossary 1 l.o pay theTaxes, Penalties and Assessments, charged thereon, will be sold by the Treas1 uror of Pickens County, S. 0., at his office in said County, on the First Monday in June, A. I)., 187l>, unless said taxes, assesements 1 ant] penalties be paid before thai time; and , such sale will be continued, from day to day, until all of said parcels, lots and parts of lots of real estate shall be sold or offered for sale, i ALOK/.O M. FOLOEK, Auditor of Pickens County. Mny 18, 187f. 37 2 i , .. ! ANNOUNCEMENTS, For Probate Judge. Jttay The many friends of W. 0. FIELD, respectfully announce him as a candidate for Judge of Probate of Pickens County at the ensuing election?subject however, to the 1 action of tho County Democratic Nominating , Convention. * ' " For Sheriff; i t The ninny friends of J. RILEY FKR(JURON respectfully announce him as a r.nn(tidalc for re-election to tho oflicc of Sheriff of Pickens County at the ensuing election ? subject, however, to the nction of the County Democratic nominating Convention. * i- For School Commissioner. ) t IfcjT* The many friends of M. 8. HENDRICKS, respectfully announce him as a candidate for Sohool Commissioner of Pickens ! County, at the ensuing election?subject, I however, to the nction of tho County Democratic nominating Convention. * ? THIS PAPER IS OH*FILE WITH WUoro Advortlilog CoutracU caa bo mrulo. i Notice. i q J WILL sell nt Public Outcry fit the Into ji residence or rcnaB lioilingawortli, deceased, on MONDAY, tho 2'2?l May, inutant. all the Kstato of said deceased, viz: t, 100 ACHES OF IAN1); One Horse; One Wngon; Cows, Hogs, l?aoon,Corn, &o, , The Personal Properly will be Bold for cash, Land 011 a oredit till Iho 1st January * next, with note and security, and ? mortgage , of tho premises, with interest at ten per cent from date. Purchasers to pay for papers. II. E. IIOJ.OOMBE, Ex'or. May 11, 187 ft 80 2 Sheriff's Sales. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. Pickens County. Jesse Crenshaw vs. Sarah Julian find 0. W. Julian. I)Y virtue of an execution lo me directed, 3 I will sell to the highest bidder, nt Pickens Court llouso on Haloday in June next, lU U/.J l.sii.fa One Tract of Land, containing Sixty Acres more or loss, bounded by lands of If. N. Loopcr, Solomon Loopor, Lucrotia A. Dacus and others. Levied on as tho property of Sarah Julian. TERMS 0 ASH?Purchasers to pay extra for litlos. .). HILLY FKROU80N, s.p.o. Jfi?yI1,I87? :iO :? ? - -1 - J. u NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I EMII015! ' I WOULD AGAIN RESPECTFUL ly call tho attonUon of tho public . to my woll boloctod and asBortod stock of SMS AMD SQUUEft DET-SOUl consisting of "T nnv Xr vAMn\ annnst 11A TS AND GAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Gouts' Clotting Mads a Spotty. anocEMEa, , HARDWARE. kC. All of which 1 will noil choap for Cftftb. o ~ I am still Agont for tho "EURE* KA" FERTILIZER, ono of tbo beat in tho market. Prico payable in cotton nt I5o. l?t r Nov., 660.00 por ton. Prico payablo >u curroncy Isl Wot., 155.00 per ton. irrico pnyaulo in cash on aoiiTeiy, t 47.50 per ton. Freight $6.00 por ton, to be ad<f#?i to this point, nnd mnst bo paid to cash. Last but not least, lot mo impr?M it upon those who aro duo mo on count for 1875, that I neod tho money and MUST HAVE SETTLEMENTS. Pay up nt once nnd favor mo m I fnvnrrul vnn M. VV. FORD. EASLEY STATION, 8- CFeb 17, 1870 24 ll FOR SALE. * \ THE undersigned will sell nt Private Sttlm, his valuable PLANTATION, known M the Lnrkin Hendricks place, containing 112 acres, on which there arc about 40 acret ?f first class bot torn. There is nlso a good n*w Cotton Gin nnd Press on tho place, ( <! !):?:-!!ititr mil nil npRCHsnrv ()uLliiiU<lin?a "also: "" jr Another Trnol, containing 163} ncr??, fft which there (ire line Up Lands, well timb?r?4 anil first clnss boltoni: and n tine Orchard. slLSO, All my Interest in I^rkin HendrUV* m estate. It' not sold at l'rivnte Snlo before the 20lfc of next September, nil the above properly will be disposed of at Public Sale. P. O. address, Ducusville, Pickens Count)1, J risar, uur.wsiiAIT. May 11. 1870 30 td The State of South Carolina "* Cot nty of Pickens. IN THE COUliT OF COMMON PLEAS. M. A. Hester and others, ] f Plaintiffs, Summons against for Wni. A. Lay, Executor and Kelitf. others Defendants. TO Wm. A. Lay, Executor of the Kafat* ?f CJ M. Lay, Letty Newton and J. G. C. Newton, Defendants in tbia action. YOU are hereby summoned and required to answer tbo complaint in Ibis aeti*a, which is filed in the ofl&ce of the Clerk of tk? Court of Common Pleas for the said Coontr, and to serve a copy *f your answer on Im subscribers at I heir oflice, at New Piektsa ^ C. H., 8. C., within twenty days after the service of this summons on vou. exclusive ?# * the day of servioe. If you foil to answer this complaint within the time aforesaid, tho I'lainliff will apply to the Court fur tho relief demanded in the eom? plaint. April 21, 1870. THOMPSON, llOLLINOSWORTII, Plaintiff's Attorneys, Pickens C. H., 8. C. To ffm. A. L?y, Executor of the Estate of of C. M. Lay, Letly Newton, ami J. C. C. Newton, Defendants; Take notice tlmt Com* plaint, and amended Complaint in this Action * has been filed in tho-offico of tho Clerk of tho Court or Common Picas, at Now Pickens Court House, South Carolina. THOMPSON, IIOLLINOSWORTH, Plaintiffs Attorney#. ~ np 21, 187ft 86 0 STATIC OF SOUTH CAROLINA. PlOKKKR CoUNTy. lhj J. 11. rhitpot, Jxuhjt. of Probatt. vviikhkah, iwaria k. Uainbrell, has mad* suit lo mo to ^rant her Letters of Admini?? 4 i (ration, upon tho Estate anil Eft'cots of Mad* don Gnmbroll, deceased. The kindred and creditors of the said Mad* den Gambrell, are therefore citcd to be and appear before me, in tho Court of Probata, t* be holdcn at Pickens C. II., on Monday, thi 20th day of May instant, at 11 o'clock, a. tn., to shew oauso, if any they havo, why tho aaid administration should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal this, (ha 10th day of Mir A. D., 1870, I. II. PJIILPOT, j.v.t.c. May 11, 1876 80 U " FINAL SKTTLKJIEUT, IV] UT1UJS 18 nereny given thai N. M, MMXN d n, Administrator of the Katat* of Temperance W. Madden, deceased, has this day applied to me to mako a Final /Settlement of Raid Estate, and to be disoh?rf?l therofrorn. The same will be heard at my office on Monday, the 5th June next. I. IE. PIIILPOT, j.r.r.c, l/uy 4, 187'i 36 4 ^.