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-S*? ' H?I?ii-I..1. '!
AT PUBLIC SALE,
At Pickens Court Houftfe.
ny order or tub court of equity,
On the first Tuesday after the fifth
Monday in October next, seventl tracts
* * *
wi viuuuuie junnu, appertaining to the
Kstnte of the late J. E. Colhoun, lying
on the Twelve file and Kcowee Riven*,
in the nieghborhood of Pendleton Village,
. Tract No. 2, containing 524 acre?, on
the Western side of Twelve Mile River.
on the road leading from Pendleton Village
to Pickens Court House, adjoining
the lands of J. and E. Laurcnce, F. N.
Garvin and others.
Tract No. 4, 432 acros, on the Eastern
sido of Twelve Mile /fiver, (called the
Saw Milltratt,) adjoining lands of John
. T. Sloan.
Tract No. 5, 134 acres, adjoining the
&amc, Z. Powers and others, nnd also on
the public road.
Tract No A r>ifi nn ?
. - . ? - ?.. v mvI l IIV wchvi til
Tract No. 7, 420 acres, adjoin'ng landB
of J. XV.. Crawford, J, C. Calhoun and
Tract No. 8, 291 acres, within J 1-2
milos of Pendleton Village, adjoining
lands 6f Mrs. J. P. Lewis, 8. Maverick
rr k XT _ n -
Antub xiu. u, jpt uugn branch tract)
220 acres, lying on the Eastern side of
TVelvo Milo, containing some of tho
most valuable low grounds, both on the
Rivor and Waugh lii ch, to be found in
lllA nnnrtf onimtw
The above Lands arc veil known to
bo valuable and advantageously situated,
and particularly adapted to the culture
Terms of sale will bo a c redit of One,
Two, and Threo years, to be secured by
bonds and mortgages on the places, with
interest from date.
In the meantime Applications for private
sale will bo received by the Administratrix
M. M. COLIIOUN.
Bepi. '2'2, 1&49. 18-Gw
Will be sold at the late residence of J.
T> A J
vmiucu, nciir A IBHCMSYUIC,
on Tuesday 13th November next, all tho
personal property of so id deceased; consisting
of Four Negroes, Cattle, Hogs,
Oorn nnd Fodder, Oats. Wheat, Cinrt
and Oxen, Carryall and Harness, Housebold
. Furniture nnd Kitchen Utensils:
&hd other articles too tedious to mention;
on a cred^ of twelve months for all sums
of and over tjjree dollars, with interest
from date, with note and approved security?under
three dollars, cash.
Ti T.'" ti a rn ni \t a ?
XJ. K . V?4X\Jtiuivi, Mwnr.
1 Sept. 14, 1849.
^411 persons having demands against the
Estate are requested to hand them in,
legally proven; all indebted arc request'
ed to make immediate payment.
B. F. M.
[?I. t. JEKFERB,] [w. 8. COTUnAN'.J
[E. 3. BUCKMA8TKU.]
Market-Street, HaxiBuuo, 8. C.?Watskpiioof.
Mclntosh-fitrect, Auoibta, Oa.?FiBErnoor.
Take this method of informing their
fiiends and the public generally, that
^ they still continue the \YAninou8B and
Commission business in this place and
Augusta, Ga., where they offer their services
to Receive, Store or sell Cotton,
Flour, Bacoh, &c., Receive ahij Forward
Merchandise, Buy Goods, kor,
Planters or Merchants. , - Thoir
War<>hnuiin in A
- ? ? "?wp; ,nu,|
Mclntosh-street, in the ceutre of the Cot;M^>n
Wp Their Warehouso in this place is safe
, IpjP from water and isolated, therefore not
exposed to fire.
As they will be constantly at thejra|
^%post, promoting the interest of their
Triends (which they ait; aware will add to
their own.) They solicit and hope to
merit and receive a full share oLJhat libJral
patronage heretofore bestowm, ^d,
irwhich they now roturn thank
L/iberul cash advance* will h? mnne >
^ when required, on any produce in store.
JEFFERS, COTIIHAN <fc Co.
Hamburg, Sept. 1st, 1849. 18
JAMES V. TRIMMIKR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SPARTANBURG, C. II, 8. C.
Wat practice in the Court* of Union,
Bpartanburg and Greenville.
All business committed to U? care will receive
prompt And faithful attention.
Hon. D. Wailac*, Union, 8. C.
T. O. P, r.?~BHON, o. ?. b. d., Spartanburg, 3. C
Mar I?? 1- If
A large and well fcclc<it?d nsfiortmentof
Books and Stationery, consisting
of HUtorics, Family and Voeket
Btblee, School and oth#r Books.
A Lot of Iron, Nails, Castings, Ac., dec.
At tb crStore of
BENSON A' TAYLOR.
TleUm 0. H., Jluy 7, 1910.
Wocxd te$pfectfully inform his friends
and the public generally, that hi has on
k..?l - Tf tr *
uumc ii r IMS > AltlKTY CT
BROAD CLOTHS, CASlMfifcES,
Satjnetb, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, *c
An Assortment of Ready-made
which he will sell chcap for Cash.
The public arc invited to call and ex
uiutn, uexorc purcnasmg elsewhere.
Pickens C. H May 26, 1849.
Cheap an the Cheapest!
Tiie subscriber respectfully informs
his friends and the public generally, that
he is receiving at short intervals a
HANDSOME SELECTION OF
Hardware 8c Cutlery,
CROCKERY AND GLASS WAPV
Drugs and Mcdicincs,
&c. i0 <$> .
All selected expressly for this market and
will be sold positively a* cheap as the
cheapest for cash.
S. R. McFALL.
Tickons C. II., S. C. )
May 18, 1849. \ 1
A ll persons indebted to P. 6c E. E.
Alexander prior lo the let January last,
must pay on or before tho lOtb October
Due attention to the above will save
costs, as no longer indulgence can be
P. E. E. ALEXANDER.
Pickens C. II., ?Sept. 10, 1849. 18
dr. A. m. cox,
ne ii r*s e * -
ui uiu i ii iu ui rui|(Kr ? v-ox, nas re- |
moved to Pickensville, 8. C., nnd may
bo found, exccpt when profee?>ioii&ily engaged,
at the residence of M. F. Mitehel,
Sep:, 5, 1849. 18?3t
W. S. Grioham having applied to me for
Letters of Administratson on the Estate
of Chns. "Williamson, late of Pickens Dist.,
Deceased, The Kindred and Creditors
are therefore cited to appear before me
on Friday th*:- 21th inst., to show caus?
if any they can, why Letters of Administration
should not bo granted.
Given under my hand an seal this
10th day of September, 1840.
W. D. 8TEELE, o. r. d.
Application will be mnde at the next
session of the Legislature for a Charter
for Jenlori's Ferry, on Tugalo Rivor, 8
milca belpfw Jarrett's Bridge on the road
leading from Pickens C. IL to Carnsville,
6'cpt. 8, 1849^ 173m
By order of W. D. ^Steele, Esq., OrHinnrv
frit* Pif>l^pn? 1^5u#re/># Ka
? ? j ?v?? A ivnviiu A/|?VI?VV( nil! UO CUiU
on Sale-day in October next, before the
Sheriff's Office, within the legal hours,
one hnlf of an undivided Lot situate in
the Village of Pickcns, known as Lot
No. 44 in the Plat of the Village.
One Tract c? Land lying on Cornhouse
Crock waters of Little River, containing
On-s Hundred nod Twenty Acres
moro or lees, adjoining E. E. Alexander
pf Also on?other Tract, known aa part of
thC' Ofc&ory Tract, lying on Gregory'a
Creek, containing 280 Acres more or loss,
bounded by lanes of Col. B. JIagood and
othcrSjbelonging to the Estate of Johu
^Hlj^N^LegntreK of the deceased.
TwirPw months credit except cost
which wilt be required in advance. Pv*4
chatcrs giving bond with approved security,
and a mortgage on the premises
if restored by the Ordinary to secure payment
the of purchase money.
* J A. DOYtE, 8. p. d
Sopt 3, 1840".
?iELLIN? OFF AT COST!
Th? undersigned, finding themselves
under the necessity of re covering and
otherwise repairing their Btore, havo determined
to sell off at cost the large
f ^ it ?
owe ui uoooswmcn icey nave on nana,
consisting of every description of
Hard wart, Cutlery, Ctockrry,
Glassware?Drurjs it Medicines,
Boots, Shoes, Saddles, B *dks
And a full supply of Grockriss.
W. 8. i T. f. WILLIAMS.
Salubrity, So. Ca? Aug. 35,1840.
Is htreby given that application *(8
be made to the n?xfc Legislature for an.
Act incorporating the Village of Pick1
August 11, 1810. 1? 3m.
. .? * w? ii ?
Stolen from the subscriber's stable
near Storeville, 8. C., on the night of the
Oth, inst., a Bay llorso, With ne particular
marks roco1tecte<h except come
harness marks. Any information res
pecting the horse will be thankfully received;
and the above reward will be,
paid for tho deliv-.y of said hoise to me,
together With the thief who stole him,
with eviclcftce sufficient to convict him.
June 30, 1849.
Apulication will Kp mn<Jp
Session of tho Legislature, for a ChnVtcr
for ft Turn pike Road from Pickcna C. ft.
through Jocassce Valloy to tho WTiite
September 1, 1849.
[CONKAD ZJNCK.] [H. llLCHEtt.
The subscribers have entered i *o Copartnership
in the Cabihet Makii... Business;
and will keep constantly on hand
a variety of Bureaus, Side*
board*, Ladies' Toilettes,
Tables, fancy or plain.
Together with a general assortment of
plain l-airniture, which they will sell low
Flli'IlUurf! of any description
made to order with nMfnoou nr>/l
with prices to suit the times.
Repairing done at short notice.
ziNCK & Hughes.
Pickcna C. II., Jul)' 21, 1849. 10
I, Nancy Cnntrell, wife of John Can
trcll, a fanner residing in Pickens District,
So. Co., do hereby give notice of
my intention to trnde as a Sole-Trader,
and to exercise all tho privileges of a
Free-Dealer nfter the oxpiration of one
month from this notice.
Occupation, FTcaver nnd. ?tfe*-^stress.
Ajgust 25, 1849. lt>-lm
just received i
A Freeh Tyot of OenC* Haoti and I
Boys do., Ladies and Misses Slippers
and Ties; Gent's and Ladies' Saddles,
Bridles, Whips, dc? dc.
Iron, Castings and Nails, cheap for cash.
Together with a full supply of Dr. D.
Jaynes' Family Medicines; Dr. Rogers'
Compound Syrup of Liverwort and Tar;
Jew David's Hebrew Plaster or Pain
Killer, Ac,, <&c.,
jia mi muuccmcni 10 me Buyer the
subscriber will take in exchange for
Goods, Beeswax, Tallow, Raw Hides, dtc.
S. R. MoFALL.
Pickens C. H? July 14, 1849. 9
Remaining in the Toat Office at Piokena C
II., Quarter ending 30th June, 1840, which if
not taken out within throe months will bo sent,
to the Poat-Offijo Denartmnnt ? !???? < I
Daniel D. Alexander, Jercm'ah Moody,
Sam'L Albeiton, Rev. A. A. Monte, 2
M. Chandler, James Morgan,
Daniel Alexander, Jr., Stephen Nicholson,
Joseph Burns, Win. Nowton,
Messrs. M.Morchcad* James Neal;
Nicholas Bacon, Oinens Nix,
Watson Collins, Jesse Oglesby,
J as. E. Calhoun, John Ovrens,
Leonard Canehart, Mrs. Mary Stephen*,
James Dodu, Miss Harriet Sniller.
L. A. Edge, Col. M. 0. Taiwan,
Wm. Qanaway, 2 Charles Thompson,
J as. W. Gray, Alexander White,
Mm. A Wm. Howard, J. E. <fc R Willinma,
i D. II. Kenneroore, Robert Wilson,
j Jacob Lewis, Mrs. E. Wilkinson,
Hiram L. Whitworth.
T. ALEXANDER, P. M.
July 1, i849.
John Lukcroy. two milos East of
Cherry's bridge, tolls before mo a Bay
Marc, 16 or 17 hands hiirb.nnd ??inr?rvB<<d
to be 19 or 20 yeara old, dim star ii
forehead, no brands perceivable, collar
marked, right eye out. Appraised p'
J. B. E. CARADINE, m. P. D.
Pickens Dist., July 6th. 1849. 1C
IK TUB COMMOM rLEAS
Henry Wbitmirc, ) Dec. in Attachment
vs. > E. M. Keith
John Bishop. ) Pl'ffs Att'y.
The Plaintiff ha?/ing this day filed his
declaration in my office, and the defendant
having neither wife nor attorney
known to be in this State,-?On rofttion;
It is ordered, that the defendant do appear,
and plead or demur to the said declaration,
within a year and a day from
this date, or Judgment will be entered by
W. L. KEITII, c. c. p.
Clerk's Office, )
May 10,1S49. f 1
E> M. KEITH,
Attorney at Law.
Will continue to practice in the Court*
of Law and Equity for the Weatarn Circuit.
Business entrusted' to hia care will
raeet with prompt attention..
Orncs at Pickens Court House, 3. C
May lb, 1819. 2-ft
-n.'.L1.. , ?'.iiiL-1. *!' mi* mi*' me***
The Money has to Come t
After the lOtli October all out-standing
Notes and Ac'cpuhta dtte mo, -will be
Kiven to E. M. Keith and W. J. Uantt,
Esqrs., for collection.
\tf a nnrof*'*'
??. Q. VflVlOIlASl.
West Union, Sept. 7,1849. l7-?w
We have Two Likely f!rls.
from 10 to 12 yoars old, for sale.
M. M. NORTON.
W. D. STEELE
Sept. 7,1849. 17-tf
Vk n * ?*r 1* wfcw
?f W . Ci flk Ei X J ,ti i
Tenders his Professional Services to
the cit&ens of Pickens Village tuid the
District. ;lle can always be found at his
Office, or at the residence of Maj. W. L.
Keith, unless professionally cngrged.
He hag received a fri-sh assortment of \
Drugs and Medicines, which lie Rill sell I
Pickens . II., Ji lj J ?, H <C. U
Application "will be made at the next 1
Session of (lie Legislature for a Charter
for a Tu in pike Road across ?S'assafrns
Mountain, beginning near the house of
Jacob Lewis, and terminating nt the
North Carolina Line.
August 22, 1840. 16?3ra I
LAND FOR SALE.
Tho subscriber having more Lands
than he can cultivate, offers for sale a
valuable Plantation, situated in P ckens J
District, on Fuller's Creek, waters of <
Conneross, containing 309 acres; about i
150 of which is cleared and mostly fresh, j
?there is a largo quantity of bottom ]
land ditchcd and drained. The Planta- ]
tion is g?od tillable and productive ]
ground, as any in the up-country, under ]
good fcnce and in a high state of culti- ?
vntion. On the premises is a good Dwel- !
ling House, Kilchtn, Negro House, Cot- '
ton Gin and Thrashing Machine, and all !
necessary out bulidinga. i
He will also sell 272 acres of Wood- .
land lying near the above tract, situated ;
near one road leading from Pickens C" II.
to C'arnsvillc, Ga., by way of Bachelor's
Retreat, the other road leading from '
Andersonvilie to Clarksville, Ga., both |
loads running through the tract. On
said tract is a small improvement; the
balance well timbered land?the greater
portion of it good farming land.
Persons deaiting to purchase would do
well to call and judge for theraselvca.
Terms mado to suit purchasers. Apply
THOMAS W. HARBIN.
August 25, 1840. 14?tf
TAKE WARNING !
All persons indebted to the Subscriber
previous to the 1st day of January last,
either by Note or Account, are required
to make payment by the 1st of October
next. Tnose who do not will find their
Notes and Accounts in tho hnnds of officers
Also, ull persons indebted to Col. T3.
Ilngood are required to make payment
by the same time, under the same penalty.
J. E. HAGOOD.
| Pickens, Aug. 22, 1849. 15-6t
Dr. J. TV. Lawrence.
Will attend punctually to all calls in
the line of his profession. Unless absent
on professional business, he may be found
at his Office, or his private residence in
the Village. He also, has on hand a
general assortment of medicine* which I
he v/ ill furnish to customers at reduced!
* Pickcns C. H.. 8. C. )
May 18,1849. j 1. tf
80UTII CAROLINA INSTITUTE.
For the Promotion of Arts,
1 x jr i
The Fibrt Annual i-aiu of the above
Institute will beheld in harleston, commencing
on Wednesday, 17th October
next, and continue open during the weok,
Spccimcns of Aht, Ingenuity, Mechanical
Skill atsd Industry of wwj
: description, is solicited for the Exhibi- j
| tion from nil the Southern Stntcs, nrnl \
I'liEMiuMs will be awarded ?c those pre*
senting the best specimens.
As this is the first effort made in the
Southern Statfcs to advance the Mechanic
Arts, by means of annual Fairs similar to
those that proved so bcncficial to the
Northern Mechanic*, the Board of Mam
agers earnestly solicit the co operation of
all who feel an interest in tho prosperity of
the South, and appeal to every Mechanic,
Manufacturer, ana all persons engaged
in purauita of skill and industry of whatever
descriptor, to send some specimen
to this Exhibition, and the* hope that
cvety district in this State" and of o?r
sUtor States wi!l he represented at the
All those who intend (lending article
for exhibition, trill pleasa give notice tb
L. M. Hatch Chtiianan Committee* of
Arrangements, at as early a day as po#
siuie, nna every specimen *eot will Lb
carefully attended to and returned aftef
OFFICERS or TU/. IWBlttVTK.
Wm Oreoo, President.
Wm. Kibkwood, 1st Vi?<5 President.
Wm M. Lawtch, 2tl Vic? President
E. C. Jorso, Seore'Jiry.
IT ? Oniono Tv.^..w
... ?< At J.'IU iCLU,
Joseph Piker, G. 3?*. Pe?n d?, Jr.,
J. H. Taylor, E. W. ?. ugcrt . n, . G. Dot
S^usswc, L. M. lint:);, C. D. C.irr, II.
D. Walker, F. J. Po .-.her. D. N. M'ln!osh,
C. Y. Richn.idr.on, Wm. Lobby.
K0' The following i3 a list of PrsMtt>'m8
to be awarded.
For the best Specimen .1 Silver Medal,
mid for the next best a Diploma.
l' ov New Inventions a Gold Medal, at
the discretion of the Committee.
Articles of all kinds nqt named below
will be received, and premiums awarded
for the same.
Design for Diploma fovtUo*S. C.-Institute
Painting in Oil,
Point ing in Wator'Cclours,
miniature minting, l ei: i?rawing,
Pencil Drawing, Cm yon Drawing-,
Best mode of const: ucting Wlianree,
Best Press for Packing Cotton,
dcsi jlucc inrnsiiir.g Machine,
Best Cotton Gin, best Refrigerator,
Best Plough, Chum, Washing Machino,
Stone Mason's Work, Carving in Wood.
Carpenter's Work by hand,
Carpenter's Work by Machinery,
Model of a Ship?specimens of
Boat Builders Work, Ship Joiuers Woik,
Pump and Block Making,
Mill-Wrights Woik, Coopufa Wo?k,
Four WhceJ Carriage, Baggie*
3ig of Sulkcy, Cart or Dray,
ts * - *
3iv?m jcngine, nrc lUigino,
Iurning in Brass, Iron or WoOtt*
Cusiing in Iiuii Oi BnisS,
Iron Hailing. Fcnccor Gate Work,
Brass or opper Work, Locksmiths work.
Hell Hanging and Gunsmith* Work,
Instrument Makers Work,
Lnmp-makcrs and Jewolern Work,
Silversmith Work, Silver Plating;
Die 8inking, Lithography,
Engraving on Steel, Copper or Wood/
Mechanical Dentistry, CutlerV.
Clock and Watch making,
Ornamental House Pointing,
Ornamental 8igu Pointing,
Cabinet Work, Fancy Prntjug,
Book Printing, Fancy 13iiidiag,
? J * - J
XVU11-U uiiu UUUUU meager*
Paper, Side of Sole Leather,
Side of Harness Leather
Calf Skin, dressed for boot*,
Buggie or Sulkey Harness,
Cart or Drav Harness, Hiding Saddle*
Beaver or Silk Hat, Cloth Cap,
Militflrv or FirAwnnt /^nw
Puir of Boots, pair of Shots,
Pair of Laidics Gaiters,
Pair of Ladies Slippers,
Tailoring, Umbrella or Parasol,
Hair Dressers Work, Gilding,
Stucco Work, Modeling in Plaster,
Tin Work, Plumbing,
Basket or Wip.Vw WnA
Dyeing in Wool, Silk or Cotton,
Upholsters Work, Mantati Making,
Milinery, Shirt Making, Quilt,
Embroidery in Gold or Silver,
Embroidery in Silk or Worsted/
Ornamental Hair Work,
Raw Silk, not less than 1-2 lb.
Weaving, Ilar.d Loom,
Weaving Power Lccru,
Spccimer. of Cot'or. Yarn,
Pair Knitted Stockings, Socks or Olorrs
Gimp, Fringe and Ornamental WeftviAg,
Cooch Laee, Confeetionmy,
Refinod Loaf Sugar, Pottei v, Gla?;>
Wrought Nails, Gray Bricks,
PrM? HrieVa TTir?
Tallow, Sperm or Wax Candlos,
Soda Water, Coko Matting;
Starch, Flour, Cheese,
Butter, for winter use, not fens than 1011*.
Turpentine, manufactured, Soap,
Manufactured Iron, Cut Nails,
Juno 80, 1#49. ?-4t
Ilr.nr.&h Clayton, Applicant.
Charles Allen and Wife. Saral; A. Allen.
.Tomes Yoowg a*d Wife, Mary Elizs*
beth Younff*. j?bn Tht\- C'livt**
C. Clayton, Stephen ?. Clayton
Margaret Clay ten, M. Ciaytuu
Fer * he sale of tiia Re.d Estate of
John- Ciuyton, deceased, not disposed of
by Will. And it appewiug that John
Thomas Clayton reside# without the lim
its of thia State: it i? therefore ordered,
that ho do appear within tlu*e month
from the date hereof, or hfo consent to
said sale -will be taker ** oWdased.
W\ p. STEELE, o. v, ?,
Ordinary's Office, 1 JL2*
June Y,i, 114# f 9~Wt