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A fVisc Landlord-?Otic night a 1
judge, a military officer, and a priest, |(
nil applied for iodgiug at an inn where J
there was but one spare bed and the
landlord was called on to decide ,(
which had the better claim of the 5
4I have lair .fifteen years in the gar 1
rison'at B,1 said the officer.
*1 have sat as judge twenty years '
in .K,' said the judge. j
'With your leave, gentlemen, I've '
stood in the ministry twenty-five years
at N,' Haid ihe priest.
'That settles the dispute,' said the
landlord. 4You, captain, have la n
fifteen years*, vou, Judize. have sat i
twenty years; but the aged pastor .
has stood five and twenty years, so
he certainly hcW the best right to the r
Among the passengers in the stea- |
mer Euro pa, which left New York ;
on Thursday lait for Liverpool, were ]
the brothers Montcsquiou,. who had i .
been confined at St. Louis tor some ! ,
time on the charire of murder. Onu ! .
was proved innocent, and the other |
declared a maniac. <
1 ?"< <
If South Carolina is so unreasona- ,
hie that she will give up neither her ,
land nor n&grb?8 to the North, and
Massachusetts insists on taking both, i <
we think a Couple of such inharmo- j
nious States ought to be turned out (
of this glor.ous Union j
[Southern Prcs*. (
'the Calhoun Statue.?We are
graUrtecj to announce the recovery
of this riohlu work of Powet-s, whicn
was reported to us bv despatch ves- terday
evening. It is said to be slight
ly injured; but we trust the dania
tfe.i will not be such us 10 impair essentially
its value as a work of art,
or hs a representative of our lamented
statesman. It will be shipped
for Chai'insiou, wo prcsme? at un
\/f R ADAMS will give his first
1VJL Party on Tuesday Evening, !
19th inst.. at the Hall of the Sons of
-a- i -v_^ i*. _al, w ij
ALL person indebted to me at <
Holly Hill, can save cost by j'
calling and settling thoir notes and (
accounts very soon, ns longer indulgence
will not be given. 'JL his is no
J. J. HOWARD.
Holly Hill, Nov. Gth 1850.
V. S.?I would' also inform the
public that Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Bagging
and Rope cau be had here on
_ J' J' Ht '
Hcnti <|uartc^. /
Edisto, Oct. 15th, 105Q.
tvt.v .i.. . i
rpHE Third Brigade of (Juvafry >
1. and the Uniform Corps of the <
Regiment of infantry aro order- 1
o,d to parade for Review and Drill at
roltjtnbia on Wednesday, the 4th of <
December nexi. i
VUt Troops will be ready for re- !
view at twelve o'clock, M. i
The Major General and Brigadie^
Generals of the 3d Division will at- <
tend with their respective suites.
AU the Aidt>;de-camp of his Excel- '
lency Governor Senibrook, arc re- -
quired to be in utcndance fully equip <
The Brigadier Gene al of the 3d
Brigade of Cavalry and the Colonel !
of the 3d Regiment of Infantry will
extend this order to their respective I
By order of the commander-in-chief i
J. W.CANTKY; I
Adj t & lnsp r Gen. I
All the papers in the Slate will I
insert once u week till the clay of re- <
Oct. 31. 25 lawtdr. ,
/"V . I H trtitn I
CiUIB'I'O. \JCI. 19) IOOU.
THE following Troops are invited (
I to parncle at Columbia on Wed- (
nesday, the 4th of December next, j
The 1st I???gimcnt of Artillery. ^
The Uniform companies of the 10th <
_ i I?,l : ?f -- '
U11C1 S Mil HC?Z!'!r S'.OXJ! JHlIHKiry. f
The ad Regiment of Uavnlry..;>^t J
The Uniform companies of Sumter,
Kershaw; Lar raster, Fairfield, Newberry,
hexinglon and all other
Uniform Corp* that may find it convenient
to attend. v " k J
Such of She Troops as may be dis- j,
posed to accept the invitation are requested
to report to thd Adjutant
and Inspector Genera! at Goluiu'uia
on or before 1st day of December, I
mid state if Tents arc preferred by
so, they will be pitched for ?
<> The Major and Brigadier Generals
Gf the Jit ate with their suites .re respectfully
invited to attend.
By order of the > n n u 1 avn ",Ynf
CO*,M*VMa till (lryMoSwJPl
, p Oct. 31 f ?u&*tdi
The gold ni nes recently discovered
In Venezuela arc at it acting many
persons from lhe West India islands,
riie yield promises to be more ahnnlant
than that ol California, and the
?liort distance to the United,Siates
uid Europe is a great advantage
,vhicn it has over our El Dorado, If
Venezuela was an American province
low s(?on these, 'nines would be fully
ieve!opcy?. As is, they bid lair to
)e known in good time.
SOU I'll C'AKOi.tNA.
IS KQ'.'i r.
rtenj. F. Kilpatrick )
ind wife and Others, >
vs ) Bill for Part.
Thorn. H Jones &l (
wife, and others. \
It appearing to my satisfaction,
lhat Thomas H. Jones, David Jones,
Susan C. Jones, Lucinda J. Jones,
Rebecca C. Jones, Nancy Jones.
Martha M. Jones and Matilda C.
lories; defendants to this Bill, chilIren
of Hart well Jones, and Mary
11S (IprcatiP I iviln fncmoi-lif
"^tribling; and heirs at law of Jesst.
Siribling deed, late of this District,
eside 'from and without the limits of
On motion of H. C. Young Oomp.
Sol. It is ordered that the said defendants
do appear and answc or
lemur to said Bill of compla tit, with11
three months from this date, or
heir content to the same will be taven
M. M. NORTON, c. k. p. d.
G oinmV Oitice, )
Nov. 7, 1850. f 25?8m
rickem XHafriet?p< 1/
IT VIRTCK OF WltlTB nr ? ??. ??
w * itoiki r AViAo ru
MK DIltECTKD. ^
Will be sold before the Court-house
n l*ickens District, w'hin the le&at
tours, on the first Monday and Tues:
lay in December next:
A O A Acres lan^,' more or less
~lO jl lyinfjronthevvater.sofCoiie oss,
adjo'ningr lands of James Jeiv
v ns, G. VV. Plrlips and o1hers, levied
on as the property of A. W. (?orlon
at the suit of John P Thomnsnn.
t T --|?T-T--T
lane his wife, and others.
A likely yellow Fellow about 20
^ears of age. And at defendr>rts
esidence on Tuesday after Saie day,
iOO bushels Corp and 20 bushels
Wheat, all levied on as theproper'y
if A- W. Holcoml? at the suit of
John B >wcqpud Thornton Benson.
Purchasers to pav for tit'es.
J. A. l)OYLE, S. P. D.
Nov. 9, 1850.
SECOND ANtffrXL FXiH OF
iPlt'NI.'n flV Tift' lOt'IT ...
* , tttt-?THE
second annuai Fair of the
South Carolina In^tilute> for the
promotion of Art, Mechanical Ingenuity,
&c., will be held in Charleston,
opening on the 18th November, and
to continue during the week.
Specimens of every branch of Industry
are earnestly solicited. Premiums
will be awarded?for the best
specimens, a Sifter Medal; for the
next best, a Diploma. Fo^ Original
Inventions, a suitable premium, at the
discretion of the judges.
A. selection will be made of the
best specimen of Mechanism and the
Arts?of Cottop, Rice, Sugar, Tobacco,
Corn heat, Flour, Kosin and
rnrpentine?and sent to the World s
Pair, to be held in London in the
Spring of 1351.
A large and commodious building
lias been selected for the Exhibition,
jnd every attention will be paid to the
T.ception and care of articles sent to
lie Fair. All articles mustbedireced
fco L. M. Hatch, Chairman ol
Committee of Arrangements; and be
lelivered by the 14tn of November.
Communicationsnddreft?sd to James
A . MV - I ? -
i-, layior, cnairman oi Uommitte on
Correspondence, will meel with
The Hon. Jos. H. Lumpkin, of
Georgia, will deliver the Annual AdIrcss,
on Tuesday night, the 18th
Arrangements have been made
vith the South Carolina Rail lload
Company, to let all articles intended
or ihd Fair, return tree of charge.
' WM. GREGG, President.
E. C. Jones, Secretary.
snow receiving a great variety of the
itlesfnnd most fanhionnble
French nnd English
i*or Gents Spring Hnd Summerwe?r.l
Among Im a?8ortement nt?y be found
Sroatlclofhfs, & Onsimcm;
Vrabd'Etc, $ntftnct?$ 2
Plain nnj Ktu.cy.
A handsome aswirlinrnt of Headymet*
.Clothing, ?tll of whioh he vrill d ?ck+.
of clu-iH) for onsh.
Com? hm examine fojr jroarselree &*
Officers and Soldiers (or their sur
viving widows or children) who serv
ed in any of the late Wars; are enti
tied to Bounty Lands. I will attene
promptly to claims of that character
And flatter myself that several yearf
experience in this business, attendee
with great success, will he a sufficient
guaranty to those having claims*, U
entrust them to my hands.
M. M. NORTON.
Pickens C. Hi; Oc'. 15, 1850.
1^>Y mutual consent we have
13 agreed that on tlu fu'st day o
January next we will discontinueoui
business at this place. All person*
indebted to us will please make ar
rangements to pay us by tl at time
The Goods we now have on hani:
wn will I nt voru I'liilimnrl
. . ^ . . ... v-x - ??v f v? ? !; IUUO
BENSON & TAYLOll.
Pickens C. II., Oct. 4, iiO-tf
r|^HE Undersign take this method
X of calling I lie attention of pur
! chasers to a large stock of Groceries
both in Augusta (ia.,nnd Hamburg
S. C. Consisting in part of
I> 1111 dee; 11 to to inches
wide, and heavy.
Bale Rope and Tivinc.
SVG All COFFEE SALTlllOft
,V?. ft *?-- J ?
jni/nmc?, y^Hwcsvt luucmrreiy
Flour, Dacon, Nails superior quality.
UANDLKS, TALLOW, AND I'ATKN'l
>, MOULD, of all kinds,
Sole Leather, Oak lannod,
and Heiniock, do,
Powder, Shot, Load, Soap, Starch,
Indigo an.I Madder
Negro Shoes, and Blankets of the
heaviest and best quality.
Homespun, Calicoes, &c. &c.
All of which we will sell at the very
lowest prices of the Augusta anil
Orders from Georgia, Alabama,
and South Carolina will be thankfully
received, and filled at the lowest
prices.?Orders addressed to Howlii'd,
McDonald &, Co., either to Augusta
or Hamburg, will meet willi
J. J. HOWARD.
T. M. BR1NDLEY.
(ErThe Laurensvillo Herald, am
Hamburg Republican will please
copy one month.
Oct. 4, 1850. 20-41
Rcmain'ng in the Post Office a
Pickcns C. li, Quarter end ng 30ll
September, which if not taken ou
with n three months will be sent U
*he Post Office Department as deac
Elisha Alexander; Daguarean Ar
tist; C. Allen.
Anna Calhoun or Watson Collins
J. C. Clayton;
Bright Gilstrap; F. Garvin.
John Holcdn John Hurd; James
Holden; Mrs. i\iary A. Honnicutt
W. T. Holland, U; John Hudson sr
J. C. Hughes.
James ICeith jr.
Dr. Thomas Lee; James H. Lesley
M y ,
John Mongou'd; James M!cG tiffin
David McLella.n; Robt. Maxwell jr
3 . N '
O. W. Norris.
F. W. Pickens; David Presley.
Miss Margret Rogers; V/. R. Rice
J. L. Roach 2; Caleb Robertson; 1..
B. Rut ledge. ^
Stephen Smith; Wm. Sisemorei
Jerry, or Jeremiah Satterfield.
T ' ;>
J. V. Trimmier; Epps Williams:
James Youngb.ood; J. Young; T. A.
i; pwfc. & At,Zander, p. S
OCrWE are authorised to an*
nounce Cupt. John G nu Riff r* a an?
didate for .Sheriff c#f Pickens Ditriet
i at the ensuing election.
Will be sold on the 14th day
November nextat the lale resident
of William Jameson, deceased,
j NINE LIKELY NEGROES,
Crop of Corn Kodder Oats &,
Horses, Cattle, Household and Kitcl
en Furniture, and various other ari
} cles belonging to flip Estate of W'n
I Je meson- deceased?Sold on 1
I months credit.
, Also the Plantation will be rente
WM. H. JAMESON.
Oct. <4, 1850. 20-tf
' . : ,
IK T1IK COM MO M PLKA?.
j. PICKENS DISTRICT;
* Allen Keith, assignee, ) Dec. in Atui
5 v?. > Perry A Keith
Joel M. Keith. ) Plff'sAtt'j
The i'iainlitf having this day filed 1
j Declaration in my ofi;o? , and the Defe
| dant having no Wife, nnr
known to be in this State on whom a c
py of this Declaration may be serve
On motion of Plaintiff's Attorney,
It is Ordered, 'l'hat the Defendant <
| i appear and plead or demur to the sit
, ! Declaration, within one year and a di
j from this date, or judgment will cr\ter<
r | by default.
W. L. KEITH, c. c. r.
Clerk's Oflice, )
I January 1, 1830. f 33-ly
ii jir g7i Jjvs
I Tlvo subscribers nre now receiving
j well s-. le ted Assortment of
firoccrics, Roots and Shot
li t r$ and BO.\i\KTJsl,
Together with a great many otli
Goods not usually kepi in country Vill
jjesr All of which we will sull low 1
cash or credit.
* \ - '
?./*? una examine for yourselves t
fore buying elsewlici*-.
P. Jt E. E. ALEXANDER.
Pickens 0. II., tmv 17, 1860.
I*. S.?All those indebted to us befc
the 1st Junuury last, me requested
P V up.
I E B. k P. A
; 'iSP?MW(R,58 HOMtt
THE subscribe.* have commenced t
publication of ii New Weekly l'iipcr f
families, with the above tiile, undtr the e
lire control of'J\ 8; Arthur, who will co
central? upon it all, or neaily all, of his 1
1 entry labors. Tl e d? sign of this paper
I t - "
cicniiv expressed in the tiile?"Iloinr G
zette.M It will ho, emphatically n pap
for the home circle?a household com pit
ion?u pleasant fi.eside friend, coming
I all with a cheerful countenance, and >ee
S ing, while it imparts instruction, to ent(
lain and interest all classes of readers,
leading feature of the "Home Gazette" w
he a series of Original Nouvelettes by t!
ICd tor, who will furnish some four or fi
picUures of donvstic life, written in his hf
t style, for every volume. The ''Home G
j zette" will lie the organ of no party n
^ sect; nor will it be the exponent of any
^ the isivs of the day. But it will faithful
. ' advocate tho right, and seek, by eve
| means to widen the eiri-1? nf Immnn
pines*. Honestly will the editor (each tl
truth, as lie bus overdone in his writing
for the sake of good to his follow mm. I'1
in doing this, he will avoid unnecessai
harshness and esiu;-eloss offence, and ke?
I his journal free from stain of wounding re
somdity. He will oppose what is fal
. and evil, as one of hi? social duties: b
while doing so, will use no sharper laiigua)
than its rein ke and correction may rcquir
The "Home Gazette" will he elegant
piinted, on fine white paper, with 1 irj
clear faced type, that may be read I
youngahd old without injury to the eye
TERMS OF THE PAPER
: IN ALL CASES IN ADVANC1
: v^ne copy, per annum $2 (
MM- _ e /
i ur#t6 copies 5 V
Six 10 (
Fourteen 20 (
Where a Huh of six, ten, or fou
teen copies arc sent, an extra cof
will be famished to the postmaste
or oil cr person who makes uptl
; club. One copy of either Gocley
Lady's Book, Graham s Ma?azin
or Sartain s Magazine, will be sei
; for four dallars. All letters must I:
j ?? .. ..
. }Him. Money mat is current i
the place where the subscription
made, will be taken in payment f<
Address, T. S. Arthur & Co.
No. 5 Athenian Buildings, Frankli
; Place, Philadelphia.
> . * r i r r i- -n ? - - ' ?
roads, roads, $
Application win be made <
the n?*t Legislature, for it
appointment of Commissioners to a
ter the following roads, via:
' From Eastatoa to Pickens C. fl
by Poor Creak. . / ii
From Poor Creek to Anderson (
From CqK Wm> Nimmon's I
, Pendleton village.From
Easlatoa to Cashier's Vallf
bv way of White-Water Fail*.
Sept. 10, 1850.
of, rpi-IE WuUsciik>er offers 100 acres
:t?: X. of well improved land lying on
| the LOnst side of the West prong of
Little River for sale on terms favora*
r i ble to purchasers.
Ij' P. S. Application must l>c made
oil the pre mi sis, between Ih.s time
and the 5th December*
!; EPPES WJLLIAAtS*
Oct. 29, 1850> 24?tf.
? T11E SOUTHERN PRESS. "
Ax association of sixty-three Members o
Cougre?a, ^senator* aud Representatives, luivo
constituted the u Eder?iuuyu a committee to
s* superintend tlie establishment cf a Southern
l'rexi at Washington City, to be devoted to the
. exposition and defence of Southern rights and
institutions?the dissimulation of correct information
as to Northern |>olicy, and the course
of political alfitira genorally, without reference
to the old piirty lines of Whig and Deinocrut.
Arrangements ai ts now in progress, promptly to
ensure the issue of such a paper uuuer the
c]j title of
l( "THE SOUTHERN PRESS,"
'8* or the conduct of which, suitable Editors have
w<m cugv^cu, who will ai?o rcceive the aid of
n. number of eminent and able contributor*.
There will be both a tri-weekly mid a weekly
J' i?Hue?the latter to contain substantially the
? Htrne mutter m the former, und intended to
d, reach those points of the country whose mail
facilities ore limited.
j0 A Daily issue will be added hereafter,should
i it be deemed advisable or nece-^ary by the
press an J people of the Southern 8 ate*.
*)' The paper ..illnot be exclui vety political?
ed but will embrace on its bioad aheet the gencr?l
noTi of the day, domestic and foreign, by
mail .vud telegraph; commercial and agricultural
and literary pieces; criticisms, original es?*vn,
literary and miscellaneous; and, in short,
*11 those items of general interest, the collec?
led aggregate of which constitutes the intercsf
tlrtg and valuable Newspaper. Greet care
' will betaken to give full and correct Report of
t the Proceedings and Debates in both 1
? " or Congi cue) as well lis the action of the locu
Legislatures tin the Southern question.
A limited number only of Advertisements
will be received?tliemain object being to furnish
a large amount of rending matter.
C8 The paper will be printed un a sheet equal
in sue loihose of the other Washing!) n papers
tinl tlio fosrtcml will be procured especially
for the purpose
It i? confidently hoped that ererytrue
friend to the South will aid in procuring subcr
cribers, And forward tho iiutncs, with the
| imount ?ubicribed, to some Southern Hepre'
tentative at Washington, forthwith.
ur | ?ro authorized by law to remit
bubdcrtption* freo of postage,
For Tri-weelcly during tlu* ScRcion of Congrem
And Sorni-weekly during the receva, the prii e
will be, per annum - 00
ll0 Wvokly pnper 00
. The price of Hubncription must be pnid invutrnbly
in ad/anco, and the cash accompany the
.V pj r*'n* procuring ten nnmes ahallbuen
led tore oive a c-spy gratia for one year.
A. P. BUTLKR,
J A CKS ON M OR TO 1V,
, R. TOOAfBS,
r J. THOMPSON.
01 HTRitdoM mid paper* friendly to the enn"
erpriio will pleane publish this I'rosprctus
n which will entitle tlu-m to an exchange with
it. (he newa- aper.
n* fn. l. jBrrKtis,l fur. t. coriiRAK.l
*r r i
n. [b. J. BUCKMAHTKn.J
^ Commission Iflcrchnnlff.
|1C Market-Street, IIambvro, S.'C.?WATrnr*oo?
UcIntosh-8tre?t, Akiukta, Ga.?FiutrROor.
ve Tftko this method of informing their
st friends and the public generally, that
u* they still continue the Warehouse and
Commission business in this place and
" Augusta, Ga., where they offer their ser^
vices to Receive, Stork on sell Cotton.
r-v Ki.our, Bacon, ?fco., Receive and ForP
TAIID MERCHANDISE, BUY GOO! *. FOR
U PLANTERS OR MKRCIIANTB.
' Their Warehouse in Augusta is on
Mclntosh-strcet, in the centre of the Cotton
Y Their Warehouse in this place is safe
' from water and isolated, therefore not
ut exposed to fire.
re As they will be constantly at their
* post, and promoting the interests of their
I' Meads (which they are awaro will add to
fC their own.) They solicit nnd hope to
merit aad receive a full share of that liboral
patronage heretofore bestowed, and
for which they now return thanks.
^ Liberal caRh advances will be made
when required, on nnv produce in store
X) JEFFERS, COTI1UAN & Co.
X) Hamburg, Sept. 1st, 1849. 18
X) ? ?
r. PICKENS DISTRICT.
?y John Cobb, Ap- )
r* plieant vs James > In the Court of
Cobb et al. def,ts. ) Ordinary.
8 Whereas there has been deposited
^ in the Ordinary's Office of said Dis)e
trict a paper purporting to be the last
will and testament of Robert Cobb,
js deceased, the applicant aforesaid
w I having filed his petition requiring the
same to be proved in due ard solemn
form of law, and it having been
in showr to my satisfaction that Jas.
Cobb, one of the heirs at law of the
__ said deceased, resides Without the
limits of this State,?it is therefore ordf?r<*d
nnrl d?nr<>oil iKot Ko ~ -
...w.vvu ?" ? HO UU Ujipcni
!o at the Codrt of Ordinary for said
16 District, to bo held at Pickens C. H.,
l'* on the 8th day of November next,
to show cause if ho can why the
l,? said will should not lie prov< d in due
and solemn form of law, and entered
Ji on record, or h?? consent to the same
w'jl bo taken. j?ro con/otto as to birn.
, Given under my hand and seal
y ^Ugl,%VhbS8STKELE, 0. P. D.
>2?tdQc. I, ( .
m . .. "^Tf, fr'f ? *?>.? > * Jt.-i ^
KANAWAY from the subscriber*
at Kingston, Cass co., Georirm,
a ne^ro man nam<*d CTJPIT. Ha?
a wan over his left eye, inclined to
be gray, about 45 years old?of rather
a brown complexion. I bought
the boy of Gen. Garvin, of Pickeaa
Pis't. S. C., and formerly belonged
to some of Lynches, of thai District
I will give the above reward of pj&
for the delivery of said l>oy to Jacob
Burris, Esq., near Anderson C. H.,
Kingston, Geo., Aug. 14, 1850.
Those indebted to the subscriber cm
save cost by calling and settling tbeir
notes and accounts as longer indulgence
cannot be given.
Jan. 5. '50
if f? a n n wr a
Jl M. AJ i M MS /1H ML
Ciiakucston, Fkb.27, !&#
\GKNKRAL ORDERS NO.-}
CIRCUMTANCE8 demanding thatth#
Governor should he officially Acquainted
with the effectivo forcc of ihe jSttte, and
liie number of alarm men?the Brigadier
Generals are hereby directed forthwith to
> akc returns of their commands, to th*
Adjutant and Inspector General at Camden.
A failure in responding promptly to
this order, will not be overlooked, and th?
newspaper publications will be regarded m
A!..! a ?! *"
By order of the Commnndtr in Chi?
J. W. CANTEY, Adjutftu4 and lm
I spoctor General.
March 9, 42 lm.
B.r. I'KHKT.J [?. M.
PERRY & KEITH,
Attorneys at Law.
Wili. Practice in theCoUrtaof Law *b#
Equity for Pickens District.
rtvt-in* n tr c / ?
v * * i v*<| & iv n* no vy i j.1 | w *
Octohrr 1. 18 <9. llf?
NEW AND FASHIONABLE
SPRIK? AND SUMMER
The subscribers are now receiving and
opening large assortments of the newest
and most fashionable Spring nod Summer
GOODS, together with Drwuestica and
Groceries of all kinds, nil of which they
will dispose of on the most reasonable
terms for cash.
Call nnd examine before purchase
ALEXANDER Ac BARTON. atPiok
insvillo S. 0.; ALEXANDER *NEVIL,
ut West Union 8. C.
v2 nl if 1850
David Lesly and wife, Applicant*,
VVm. McWhorter and wife, and
Whereas it appears, to the Ordinary
of said District, that Mathew
Kyle, Henry Kyle and some of the
children of Jas. Kyle, deceased, v*.
James Kyle and Hunter Kyfe, th?
rhifrdrcn of John,Laughlin and Win.
Kylo, deceased, (names not 1 nown,)
and the heirs of Catharire Kvle*
v.. 1- j
.nuun ui uuuci i r% yie, tificcascci*
(names riot known) parties, defendant^
reside without the limits of
this State: It is therefore Ordered
and Decreed that they do appear and
object to the Partition of the Lands
described in the l'etition in this case
on or before the 1st Monday in Pa.
cember, 1850, or their consent to the
same will be entered of record.
W. D. STEELE, o. p. d,
? Sept. 2nd, 1850. 16-3m
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FASHIONABLE FALL ANP
THE Subscribers acknowledge
their obligations for a liberal
patronage heretofore extended to
them, and beg leave to announce to
the nublic. that thnv ?n -
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larger assortment of :.nj".it
FINE and C heap ??OIW,
lhan usual, all of which *re oHh*
latest style and well adapted to the
season. They pledge themselves to
furnish, as many, as fine, and as cheep
GOODS as can b ; found in .any
country store. GROCKRfES*
CROCKER K, and HARDWARE
good enough for any body. Our
friendo and patrons are invited to cull
and examine for themselves.
They have also several Two
Four horse WAGGONS ofextrg.
finish, and two or three horses whwto
they will sell on reasonable ternifc if
appitfa ior soon.
rH W.S.&.T. P. WILLIAMS,
L Salubrity S. C, ?Oct. 4,1 WO, ijo
li' i ;1 [ +"> ! '?'?)* ' ? ? 'Vi" mni'n
rrrrHOSE who wish Bureau# nnd **
I Bedsteads, con got them on roa*
onable terms by ap$y"Wlo ? "A1
n w I ?
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