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where these reports have oomo to tho knowledge
of the State Department, application
has been made immediately to the proper
Collector, to procure from the (.Vptaiu of
tho vessel a particular nccouiit^of tho outrape,
with a view to make it tho subject of
reclamation upon tho Ilritish CJovermncut.
Answers to souio of tbeso publications have
lioen rccoived, ami copies of them, agrecahlo
to the annexed list, avo herewith transmitted
for your information, as well a.s for
yodr prompt action. You shall be kept
advised of those assaults ou our untioiuil
' In addition to these aggressions on tlie
high sens and indefbnftiblo acts of violence
against several of our merchant vessels, said
to be elyvcn in number, a forcible entry ami
examination lias been committed by a British
armed steamer in the harbor of Ragun
la Grande, in flie island of Cuba.- No aujthcrttic.xonort
has readied tlio Department j
with tin} exception. of a letter from our
Cbstil General lit Havana, and of which a
copy is transmitted. Proper measures hav.e
bcoti taken to procure nil the necessary information,
winch will lie forwarded you.
When nil the facts have been ascertained,
propor representation's' will ]je made without
delay to the Government of llcr Catholic
Majesty ngainkt this search of American
vessels Jby tho'uaval forces of another
power, within the territorial jurisdiction of
ppnin. The (.iovcrnmcijt of the United
^ States is satisfied that tho "Government of
mat country will adopt tlio, most oUieicnt
measures to protect their vessels resorting
to Spanish ports from law logs violence.?
Spch protection they ato entitled to, anil if
it is not sefeured elsewhere it must he found
ih the power of our'own country.
Secretary Cass says he is not informed
whether any injury was sustained in consequence
of the proceeding against those vessels.
] f there were, it is expected it will
be made good by the Spanish (jovcrnnient,
or uy menus ot its interposition with tho<
Government of Great Hritain.
Thosiv flagrant violations of the rights of
the United Stntofl, h adds, Imvo excited
deep feeling through the country, and have
attracted the attontipn of both houses of
Congress. Their continuance Cannot fail
to produce the most serious effect upon the
delations of the two countries*.' Thci President
confidently believes that; the Ikitish
naval ofiiders, in the adopt ion of those highhanded
measures, have acted without "the
authority, aud have mistaken the views of
their government. But it is not less due to
the United States that their couduct shall
bo disavowed, and peremptory orders issued
xo prevent tno recurrence ut'BtiuHarnj'peecdings.
You conmiunicnte to Karl Mahnesbuiy
the reasonable expectation of the Pros-1
idont that this subject shall receive the immcdiato
attention of her Britannic Mnjca- j
ty's Government,. .'.nd that the officers who j
have been guilty of these outrages shall be
held properly responsible for their conduct, I
and that; whore pecuniary interests have
been injured the interested parties shall
r<vvr>ivn iinst coinucnsatibn. You will invite
the particular atfcntiou of Lord Mahnesbury
to the occurrence at Sa^ui la Grande, and ,
to tho just expectation o" the United States
tliat the measure of rn<lri<?n lw !>.? I
British Government upon this ca^e will bo
such as to Murk with its displeasure the
coudui't of the officer whose proceeding*
liaw given serious cause of offence to a
friendly power, and to prevent similar interference
I,KTTKH HIOM OUlt CONSUL GKNERAL AT
Mr. Blythc, Consul General at Havana,
coTunnmicntes to the State Department, under
date of April 21)th, a statement of (he
capture of the schooner Cortex, of New
York, by the British gun-boat Forward, on
or about the 15th of April, about half way
between lfnvnnn ?ml Nfntnnnna IT?
that for some time past a number of British
gun-boats and largo ve;?ols have been
aetivc in (n uising .for slavers on the north
and south sid<; of the island. Many complaints
have been made by Antovicim masters
that espionage has been exercised over
their vessels both annoying and insulting
in their character* The American brig A.
A. Chnptnnn. tradirig to New Orleans, was
tl,?? j._.? iA. 1 t ' '
i. mij jiuuujTu uu tier inst rvisii 10 Havana.
I lor Qon>maiuloir>complained tit id '<jx pressed
fours of beftfjt pursued and boarded. Similar
complaints wire made a f<;\v days after
by Mr. Simpson, oaptain of the Brownsville,
tio"Hnmo trndo. I Jrhorsh^t
d'bark ("Jlcnburn, of Uiehmond, coniicd
thai h? wtflj stopped on tlib 12th of
April by the British steamer Ibisilink, white
on a yova^o jrbni Antwerp to Havana, rind
boarded by ati officer, who stated that he
had ordcra from tho Admiral at Jamaica to
board any vessel in th<5 neighborhood of
Cuba. ' ^ , '? .
Several affidavits from passengers on board
tbo schooner Oortez accompany Consul
frlyfclio'h letter, one of' whom * snyk lio was
robbed by the erew of the British gnn-bdafc,
the captain of wbicb'was drunk. There is
also the evidodee of tbo soamon, sustaining
the fact* alleged.
The doetfmotits wero referred to tbo Committee
OH Foreign Isolations.
Wkw Vni?K. Mnv Vrt?Th
Black Warrior, from HflVaria, hn? arrived,
which port aho left on the 15th instant.
By tn's arrival tho news ia ooii)umo?cn<&ed
tf it a party of British recently
landed noar Havana, and ecAroncd the phijntationa
for negrooa. Tho captain of tho
port wns ordore-d to trial for permitting tho
Ht. Lou if#. Mny 20.?f!ol. Kane arrived '
at Fort Tycnvonwprth on tho lVthj Accompanied
by Abbo Gilbert. Tho latter atntos ,
iltn* It.t.A V ? -LJ' ' ? " 1
?u..v * uun^ ukb nimiojuon. uoy. (
fUnnming#, nt lnteatdaton, was thirty milo# j
from Salt Luko Oity. A deputation pf flf- |
ty MoriuQtii were aont MWmoct hitfl.
An Oflttor pot shaved in a barber nil on
lately, and offered tUo drirkoy a dime, whicli
was rofiwed, boon una, H.'iid lie, "I understand
ypu is an editor." ''Well, whntof
that f* "Wo never e!mrgofditoramiffin4" I
'Hot such liberality will rulti you." "Dhl I i
Ifovor iuiu?Vv<? walfix 1$ '
| From Washington.
Washington, May 18.?In the Senate,!
Mr. Seward's resolution ofinquiry it"further
loj^irtlafciou is necessary to enable the Presi- j
dent to protect American vessels from 13rit|
iuh eruisers, was passed.
I The bill admitting Oregon as a State was
I Tho bill for running the boundary lino :
! between Texas and Mexico was passed. I
| Mr. Grvfriu intfoduocda.resolution, which
wan adopted, lor the iidjustmcufc of diflicul- i
ties with New (Jranada, Mexico nild Ccn- i
trol America, niisiu^j out of recent outrages '
in these countries on citizens oi the United
: In the House, Mr. Wright, of New Jer- j
I soy, (Dein.,) was elected door-keeper, in 1
I nhicn i\f 11 Jii'l.- nnv /liun.i
| The Civil Appropriation hill wan discus- i
j<cd It appears.that tlio Committee of
Ways and Mcann have reduced tho amount
asked for from upwards of $3,800,000 to
Washington, Muv 1'.).?In the Senate, t<>- j
day, tlus bill for the repeal of the Fishery ;
Bounties was pnstwl by a vote of 30 to 2.r>.
In the House, a resolution of inquiry of tho !
President relative to the transfer of the Sloo ,
grant was adopted. The Appropriation bills
wci'Q up for discussion.
Mr. JJoyeo, of South Carolina, has niftdonu
important report in favor of a modification of
the tarilK ignoring the policy of protection.
Tlio Government asks anew loan of fifteen
millions for ten years.
Washington, May 20.?In the Senate
to-day no new business of general interest
was introduced, nor nljy definite action taken-on
any business before that body.?
The lion. A. P. Ilayne, the recently appointed
Senator from South Carolina, appeared
and was sworn in.
I In the House tllO ftil'il imnmnriatinii Mil
I . 7 *-* ?*
Washington, May 25.--.-Tho Ohio contested
election has been decided in fiivur of Yiillandighun.
Nkw York, May 23.?Tlio ship Globe
has arrived from New Orloays, leaking at
the rate of eleven inohes an hour.
The .John 11 owe wm? honrdod at Sagua
lc Grando, by a boat from the British wnr
steamer Buzzard; and ari examination of 1
her papers demanded. At tho flame port, 1
lWtLwt i~~ ? ? i
? |.v. A'.MV.VW) VI UI\ Olli|M KliUIIUWII, UUU1IU |
to New York, was ordertd to show his papet's
anil hoist liis ensign by tho Captain of |
the captain of tho Buzzard. llo refused,
and was thereupon boarded with a hundred
men, after the firing of several blank cartridges.
Cupt. Jhirtlctt still refused the
demands made upon him, and tho Captain
of the Buzzard left with his purpose unaccomplished.
The U. 8. vessels Waterwiteh and Arctic
arc to sail for the (Jnlt immediately.
New Yokk, May 17.?Thousands in ^
this city were to-day profoundly shocked, i
as no doubt your readers will be, at hearing !
of the suicide of Henry William Herbert.
The reading puolio have better known him j
for years as an author, under the non tie
! lAii^ I.-? i. --- ...
i ianiv rurrcHicr. Jiis reputation
us the author ot' "Field Sports," "Fishing," |
and some other works, was .enviable. lie j
was an Englishman. Domestic infelicity j
was the cause of the act.
&t. Luri?i Miy. 17.??Tlio Kink a poo correspondent
of the Republican snys that the bundits
in the neighborhood of Port Scott number
two hundred ami fifty, and are commun
(led by the noriuus Captain Montgomery.?
They Are thoroughly arniod and mounted en
(lect horucH. and defy the United State* troops
swearing that thoy will not he taken. Upwards
ot one hundred and lifty families have
been fobbed and driven by them into Missouri
Throe hundred troop?, comprising the firAt
detachment of the Seventh Infantrv. left Jof
i'crson Barracks yesterday for Leavenworth.
Onn. Harney arrived ut Leavomvorth on
tlio 12th inst., and Secretary Iladtnell loft
for Utah on tho 13lli.
Medical Cou.eoe.?-In consequence of the
ro-dgnation of !>r. Ucddings as Professor of
.Surjjory, ami Or. Uiekaori as Professor of tho
Iontuutoip and Practiceo.-Medicine, I>r. J. J.
Chisolm has boon elected to the former ami
I)r. I*. C. (Jaillard to tlio latter chair irftho
Medical College of South Carolina, at Charles
ton. " t
The following gentlemen have been oleetcd
TrustcQS to supply vacancies in tho Board:
Tho Hon. A. 1'. Hayne, Win. J. Grayson,
Ned son Mitchell, K?os., Col. Wado Hampton
and Hon. John 1^.Maiming.
Melancholy Dkatii.?Our kind relations
to the connoxidiiB of tho. d*jce?.ecd
have prevented us heretofore from chroni- i
clirnr a iiiclfciwiiinl" i--i
0 -- u.iuij uivut) tTHIUli IUUK
place on the Xlbany river ono week ago todjjy.
It. seems that James M. Taylor, Ksq,
who had resided in this city for many yon in?
a son of Maj. Thomas Taylor, formerly of
Columbia, South Carolina, and a brother o?
our highly esteemed townsman, Col.. Win. i
Henry Taylor?left this city in one of the
yiver steamers on Mouday evening, tho 10th
ipst., for his hono in Coireeuh county, Alabama,
intending to got off at Claiborne.
When tho boat arrived at that point ho
could not bo ft fond, Mid upon search bciim
made a noto addressed to his estimablelady
was discovered, stating that ho had drownod
Wo ascertained yesterday that a body had
been fuHiid by some fishermen near lirairio
IilufT, answering to-tho description of tho
deceased, and tliat it had boon thcro, iutcred
Mr. Taylor was a uiau of high, fceucrous
and uoble sensibilities and impulses, and
lioa InfV innnir ft " aUV. ---
...? .v.v r....v ? inuiiu iis iium ciiiiiiiiiuiiiy
vvho%ill h&?r of his untimfely with
ilcop regret and Hipocro sorrow.
' [Mot.ltjuvtrry Vmftderation, J 8th.
May 24.-i~Tho ftovcramcut
it^aijaor Fulton ha# arrived horrt from Turn- .
plco, With dateH ot that port to tlio l.Sth .
instant. The civil war wa* enAed, Tho
dovornfnemf. troopa having boon ro-Inforcod ;
i>y a ihoqsgnd inon nndur Qeti, Mcjift, nt- j
Hacked the nestogew of the oJjjy and dispcr- ?
??? mow. iin took tho fovtty and thojwv- I
-iris now opened- <
v * \
Print it xu Lkttkm of Gold.'?
(atnor wlioao son m* addi^wi to w>tne Ti
oious propensities, bade tho boy to drive a
nail into a certain post, whenever he committed
a certain fault, and agreed that a
nail should be drawn out whenever he corrected
an error. In the course of time tho
post was completely iilled with nails.
The youth becoming alarmed at tho extent
of ins indiscriminations sot about reforming I
himself. Ono by oho the hails ?ro drawn
out, the delightful father cuinmouded him
for his noble, self-denying heroism, in
freeing himself from his faults.
"They arc all drawn out," said the piycnt.
The boy looked sad, and there was a j
whole volume of practical wisdom in hissadnoss.
With u heavy heart he replied:
'True father; but the sears arc still there.
Parent}* who would have their children
grow sound and healthy characters must
how the seed at the fireside. Charitable associations
can reform the man, and perhaps
i 1 ... ? ?
v..-i u unuim iiiwuuvr u( suciciy ; DUl
alas! the scars are there! The reformed
drunkard, gambler and thief, is only the
wrcck of the man ho.onco was, he ia covered
with scars?dishonorable scars?which
will disfigure his character as long as he
...I. . i ii I. i . . ... nil ^> i
Consignoos at Andorson Dopot,
FOR WF.Kft. KN1I1NO MAY 17.
Maxwell & S, J Adzor, C llandall. II A
M .i v ....11 I V \WI.!i. - I \ <
xiuAiivM, u .1 ii iiuiiur, 171' yy IVIIK, r Ijt L;?F- )
penter, David While. Knglaud, 15 & Co, J T I
Sloan & Co, AVilhile & II, MrsS Wnrley, 1' !
Hon no, Ford. J it Co, I lumliunl, II & Co, 0 j
Ricekc, >1 Ciofdou, \V S Sharpi4, J V Monro, 1
Dcixl v & 1\ 'L' Roper, C <! Lnngston, McOeo
& T, A () Norriti. ! T Cook. S K Mrtxwoll, i?
II Benson, J B K Sloan & C:>, S & K W Brown,
.1 1$ Sit ton,J W Harmon, L T Arnold A Co,
Blue U H R, O^horne & II, S F Brown & Co,
J 1j Dawspn, WJ Speed, J I) Aslim:>re, J W
(lleiiu, Israel & Brussel, W II I) (Jraillinrd, M
Isroal, .1 l? 1 \io-l, Brown, Vmullver & Co, |
Moore <fc IVytun, Blielor & SMI/ling, Sullivan
& Sloans. .J 11 Voiirlit. !1 I. . I I* J Vo 1*?2 f OBdV^oll 1
& Nortnan, Uoiibou & J, MrsK Pickens.
F. HICK, Agent.
Mmumbo, on the 20ili instant. b,\ Rev. fiideI
on Klliu, Mr. Pimkr Alf.xajO>bh, Jr., to Mi>a?
Victoria Cottrki.l, nil of l'icki-hfl. u
On tlie -Olh instant, by ltov. \V. 0. MuUiunix,
JotfN C. wnitriri.n. Hnq., tu Misa susan
Fini.bv, both of Audermm village.
On tlie 20th instant, hy ttcv. John Corn, Mr.
W,m, J. Nkvii.i.k, of Chiyton, On., to .Miss Sali.ik
It., daughterof .Mnj JosianCarter, of Towues
On the 27th in.st. l>v J. E. II?*ond. Kmi..
Mr. John Hawkins to Miss Cakoi.ike Dodo,
boih of I'ickpns.
! ' > -. omwmyo' J
I Diku. in the Lunatic Asyhitn, at Columbia,
on the Ibt May, instant, Milton StuubleviKl.n,
of this district.
Mtt. EDITOR : .Seeing at this oavly day llint
thcro (ire various candidates oltcrlug tlieir
Ultl-vinno 1? ???! !..> - " *"
>U iuu ui^yrvui omt'i's UI OUT IHSl
trjet, wo suggest, the name of Rov. J. R. Hl'NN1CUTT
us a candidate for Tax Collector, ftl
the ensuing olcotlnn IV? <?<? l>iia t?
im nit answer through tlio "Courier," ift an early
u day as practicable, whether he will he a candidate
or not. Vox J'oi'l'M.
M>y 2(j,. 1Q38 46 1
A.'. F.\ M.\
4 N EXtltA COMMUNICATION OF
x\_ Koowco Lodge, No. 79, A.*. IV. M,\
will bo hold on Wednesday evening 2d Juno
iiii.M. in 15 r. M. moilicr A. U.' 31ACKEV,
tile drawl Secretary and Lecturer, will be
.present. The Graft will take due notice and
govern theniHelves accordingly.
By order of Uoh't. A.* Thompson, W. M.
K.' II. LAWHKNOK, Scc'y.
M?y 28 45_ 1__
IS hereby givOn that 1 will not be reRponniblo
for uny contracts made by my wife
Elizabeth Lewis, and hereby fonyaru all porKOliH
from hfirlulriniT tit* nouictiiw: l.?..
o ~"V..? 1.VI mi lium
nrctenco whfttevOr, n$ tiic litw -will l>o nguiiy
enforced agaiust litem.
LKONAHD LEWIS; '
Mtvy 27,1858 45 *3_
Head (tiiai'U t'N,
Jt'IUST BtttilADK, S. C. M.i)
Ordor No.? OKEK-KVii.i.e. S. C. j
iir W. IIOfcLINliHWOllTH I
YV been duly olocted Mwj6r of tjio 1st |
Battalion, 3th Regiment, S. 0. M., and commissioned.
ho vrill bo obeyed , and respected
Jly order of Brig. Gen. W. K. EASLEY.
II. Lps Thkuston, Brigfylo Major,
May 20. 1H58 45 ^ 2
APPLICATION will bo made to tho Commissioners
of 1 toads, nt their next meeting, for
heave to chango tho public l'oad leading lVoni
ricKensu. n. to UttHliler Yulley, by leuvii'gtho
present roml ?e .or near Dfyman hill, four tnilcs
from tlio former place, nn<l lonnocting ugiiin at
or near Stump Creek ; illso, such other chnn<
gen lis may be thought iiecessuvy.
May *25,. 1808 _ 45 3m
Ntnlc of* Sou II* /.ta*o I ilia,
J 08. Morck and >vifc ]
vh I Huntmoi-.slu Partition.
Joel Clinpinnn, et als J
f'l' ownnai.'in/. irf 1
. . iviu? mm iiuiuiih .ucivmney ami
I wij'e Mary, Jool Chapman, 0> J. Wiggioton i
and wife Ilutli, and I?rael.Chftpmft.u, defendants 1
in this case, resido withoftt the limits of this ?
Stale: It is ordered ;lint tliov do np]?<H?v in the ,
Ordinary's ottico, at Pickens C. If., on Monday
tlio 2d day of August next, and object to the
division or salo of the Koul Kstute of Joshua '
Chapman, deceased, oi? their consent to I ho siime ]
will bo entorod of roonl. 1
V. J. PARSONS, o.p.Df
Ordinary's Office, May 25, 1<l;58 8m ?
W. M. HADDEN,
ATIWNKT AX LAW, J,
So'Jcllor in Equity,
PICKENS CQUltT JIOUSJB, 8. C. 1
Jnn 14, 1858 20^ if
Estate Notico. |
NOTICE la girfct! that'? final mttiftntorit j
oftho fktato of Iana'o Anderson. Jr. <1? i
inn sod, will bo rofiilo bofurd tho Ordinary, ftt <
Piekon*C. H., on Mobility tho 28il* d>iy of
Tnno next. All poraons indebted to said ?s;at?
will mak'o payniont, anil those having
ioniand* will render tlicm to mo. lotrallv At
touted, by tbftt tiroo. ?
KSLf IMTNT- Adm'i-.
Mufoh ?0, 1858. - 90 8oi. h
. * ^ + ' < v > !
Andcrgon Prioos Current.
ObURKCTKP wkrklv Bt KXULaVo. rim kill a CO
Anukumon 11., M;>v lS-r?H.
Cot I on per lb. - 10 (?', l~J |
Suit, pap Hack, - - 2.00 |
Oolfoo, Hlo. pvv lb. - - 1H (<t) 11
Sugivrrt bv'iwii, p6v lb . - (?, 11
vriinuuii mm loni, per iu. 14 (?, IS
Molnssos, West Iinliu, pevgftllon, 40 (?> 15
' N. Orleans' " " 4G (o (' ((
Yarn (On.) per bunch, - - 1.20
O^nnburgs, (heavy) per yard, 1ft Ch 1 '
SliirtingH, " - 10 (a) 11
Iron, cuvmon size Swtfflo, per lb. 0.J
" English, ... 0
Nulls, per keg. - - - 0 (i7*, 0.}
Oil, Linseed, per gallon, 1.37 (w 1.50 ;
" Train, ?? ? . 00 @ 1.00
Glass, 8X10 - - - 8 8.25
" 10X12 - - 8.25 (<i\ 8.50
Tliee, per lb. ... i?,j (? , 7
Flour, per barrel. 5 C'i o.RO
Wheat, per buidiel, - - 90 (<(, 05
Corn, " fu" /A r.i?
llucon, liojr round, - - 10 C" 1l!aji?inp;.
Gunny, per yard, 17 ( '' IS
Out s, per bushel, - - 4"> (/< ">0
1'eas, " " - - - 1.00
Powder, lJifie, per keg, - 71 (<i\ 8
There its always to be found a good Stock |
Of tiooils, nt K.. It, & ( o's.
NEW SEASONABLE GOODS!j
XI l>Jckc?? SB.
undersigned nro now rebeiving and
i opoitiug a well nclcctod stock of
Spring and Summer Goods, j
Which we offer to our friends f 1 eustomors I
low, in nccordancp with tin; luiru times, con-*]
sistinpr in part of the following:
l'ltl \ TS. MI'SMVS T? i'
, - . , wiv-o* 11 tvn?i |
Hlcached Shirtings and ShecUng:
A well sol,coted stuck of Heady-uiudo CLO- I
TIUN<S. Hats 11 tid Caps ;
lion nets. Ribbons. Trimmings. Ac.: . |
lioots and Shoes, Saddles ami liii< 1 loai
Hardware find Cutlery, Nails ami Cuttings: j
Crookerv nml Gin- arc ;
(j HOC HiU KS, Drugs and Medicines: and al- j
most every other article usually foumj any
where in the up country.
We take in barter country Homespun, Tallow,
Hoeswux, Corn, Fodder, Wool, Hugs,
P.- "U A. ?
o,r., in iim customary prices.
Wc return our thanks For past pntronngo,
nn<l hope our friend and tho public; will call
ami examine oxir slock before buying elsewhere.
K. &, K. E. AT.KXANDKH.
1 May 13, 1SS8 43 tf
G. fiIECKter JE,,
B'AS just returned from Charleston with
ii line selection of SPRJNO iV Sl'MMl-U
DRY COODS, for Gontlemens' Wear,
Black and Blue Broadcloths,
DOK-SKIX CASSIMl'fllBt ( ' A S 11 MKRKTTIi,
P... 9. .
ALSO, some articles-for Ladies Dresses, suoli
as Calicoes, Muslins, &o.
Gentlemen who wish a fino suit of CLOTHING
will do well bv giving liim n cull. look
at the Fashions of (lenio 0. Scott, for 18f>F,
and have their measure taken, as Mr. W.
WALSEMANN is there yot, ready to execute
any work in his line, in the moat fashionable
and approved stylo.
U. KiS<:CK(3, Jr.
lias also received a tine stcck of GROCEUIKS,
such as MoIurscs, Sugars, Coflve, Too,
Tohueco, Soap, Stu.eh, Ac., &c,
HftVdwaro. Hats and Cans, li.iots and Shoos; i
all of which ho offers to flic public us cheap
as tho cheapest for CASII1
AValhiilla, May 1 1; 18ft8 43-1 f
Ono of tho Best Plantations on
Tugalo Rivor for Salo.
fJMIE subscriber ofl'ors for sale his WEL1. j
1. KN'OWN PLANTATION'. lyinjc ubovo
mid below .larrott's Bridge, ou Tugalo river,
contain "nig One
Thousand Four Hundred Acres.
Tlioro are Two Hundred Acres of Cxcctlont
H.ittouv Land, as to the fertility of which it
i? unnecessary to any anything, as it is well
known that it cannot be surpassed by niiy in
the Stato, The remaining twelve hundred
acres mostly woodland.
There has been recently erectcd a commodious
Cottage, of tho most approved and modern
stylo, on a beautiful eminence, within i
two hundred yards of the river. This, to-i
gethor with the salubrity of the climate. miro I
water ami ft 110 land, mako this one of the
moat desirable places in the un country.?
Churches nrc convenient of rresbyterijm,
Methodist and Baptist denomination. The
tract will bo divided to suit purchasers, provided
ib all can he disposed of at one time.
Will bo sold with the place, ifdbsirpd, Corn,
Fodder and Wheat. Also, stock of all kinds, i
If you want-ft " Ilomo, sweet. Homo," you i
had hotter apply early, or you may loose a
bargain, as such plocos are rarely in market.
Possession given the first of Xoveiubor next.
Terms wdl be mado aeeommodiitinw A.?. !
tlrcsB mo at "Walton's Ford, Ga.," ov npply
uu the promises.
P. II. PRATHER.
May a. 1 42 tf
Pondleton, South Carolina.
Tl). SMITH & CO. would rcHpootfully
inform thoir patrons and the public
generally, that tlioy lmvo just rooeivou ami
ixro now opening at l'oudloton under tho '
\ now and complete iiSBortmcut of superior
Spring and Summer Goods,
3bi)Histing, in part, of a sp'ondid variety of
Lawns, Calicoes, Muslins, Ginghams, Hobo
DroSs*.*, Liuicgos, Tissues, Dluck and Colored
Taconct, Corded and Swiss Muslin ;
Tneonot and Swiss Edging and lnsortings,
t^m Oroide rod. Swiw? and Lawti Collars;
White. Brown and Fanoy Linens;
Sjilk, Cotton nnd Lisle Hoso;
3ilk, Kitl aud. Cotton Gloves;
[JonrictH and Bonnet Ribbon*, Flowers aud
ijilk Mantjllai and H<iop SkivlH;
|3ooIh imd Shoes tf all ?i*oh ami qualities;
tints artd Capi, a good assortment} together
with the usual Variety of other articled. All
f which will bo sold low fur cash. 1
J. n. SMITH & CO.* 1
May_10.J85S 143 tf_ 1
txmva A ?t\ ?
A M.m jj JJAJK-IV
VfTILIi BE BOV/OIIT AT FAIR PRICES ''
yj *y .t. l. k. SMfrrr. ;v
lj?n VSrd, Jftn k
u' - *
I fc,rCOL. T. O. I'. VKKNON. ofSpnrtniij
1 is rt?spoctfully announced n? a cnndij'divto
lor Congress, to succcbu Col. Orr.
i figaV-Tho friends of COL. JOHN I). ASH-'
i MOIltS n-apeotfullv nnnouneo liiu? n cmi<li<l>iio .
for Congress, at the next eloction.
fi^y- Tl.o friolii't r COL. 1$. 1\ JONES, of
Greenville, respectfully present bis nan.o to the
Congress! on nl I list riot, in place of Col. Obh, who
declines a ru-clcction.
roil THE SENATE.
8^#' Many of tlio votor.s of tho District aro
determined to support Col. A. P. CALIIOITX
for the Stnte Senate, nt tho October election.
The friends of (i?-n. P. N. OAftVlN
announce him n candidate for the State Senate,
at tlio ensuing election.
fl^srThd friends of EL1IIU II. GUIFFIX, i
Ksf|.. rcsnootfully announce him u candidate i
fur the Senate, for Pickens district, at tho
8'^y" The friends of Maj. ROHEltT MAXWELL
respectfully rccoiniucnd him as a suitable.
candidate for llie. Legislature.
IJf^The friends of WM. N. MARTIN' rcI
spectftilly announce him u cariTlidatc for the i
! Legislature, at the next election.
j flkSy-Tlio fricnflK ol OKOlUSK U. CHKR11Y j
respectfully announce liim a candidal? for the j
Legislature, n( the next election.
py^-Tlio friends of Maj. JOHN* 0. MIL- :
I-lvU announce liim a candidate for tho legislature,
at tlie next oloctiou.
The friends of Dr. A. J. ANDEUSON j
respectfully announce liiui a candidate for
tlie Legislature, t?l tho enduing election. j
BwY" Wo are authorized to announce WIL- ;
MAM HAMILTON a candidate for tho Legislature,
at the ensuing election.
VOIl TAX* COM Ki'Tfll!
jagy-Thc fricnda of J. W. L. OAttV respectfully
announce hint a candidate for re-election
lo theollioo of Tax Collector, for Picltuns disi
nict, lit tho ensuing election.
| RytF Tlie fiond* of 11. CLEVELAND HUNT
| respectfully announce liitn a candidate for Tax
(.tollcutor, ut tho next election.
The friand# of ('apt. 1). T. DOYLE lv- !
j spectfnlly announce liini a candidate for Major j
<f tlio Ud' Uattalion, 2d Regiment, S. ('. M.
1)Y virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias to me |
) directed, will bo sold before the Court House I
in l'ickcns District, within the legal hours, on j
the lirst Monday and Tuesday in Juno next. 1
One tract of land containing three' hundred
acres more or lo.M on waters of t'oncross creek,
adjoining lands of Widow Dondy, TyvoU. Mauldin
and others, levied on under attachment as
the property of Thomas Chastain at the suit of
Itickerson II. Lumpkin.
j 2G(? acres of land, lying on both sides of Ooneross
crook. adioiiiintr lands heloiuMiwr *< .lni?i>?
tj <-> -*C* I
Sanders, Hrooksand others, being tin-same |
purchased by Mrs. Fitzgerald fr$>ju J. \V. Harrison
ami deeded by hor to W. F. Fitzgerald |
and mortgaged by him to Cory and Garvin; sold
as the property of Warren F. Fitzgerald at the
suit of J. \V. L. Cury, K. li. lletisoa and others.
Also,.I man's saddle, sold as his property.
10^ aerea of land on ObnerosB creek, adjoini
ing lands of W. F. Fitzgerald and others, where- |
I on Mrs. Margaret Fitzgerald now lives, levied
| on as her property nt tho suit of K. 11. Henson
| against Margaret Fitzgerald and YT. V. Kit/.gerald.
All the interest that the defendant has in a
house and lot in the town of Walhalla, whereon
hp lllf ?>lv mill TiiAo.t.K.?ft
the house of defendant iii the town of Walhalla, [
tlifl following articles, viz: I lot bottles, oil and
turpentine, 1 jug and contents, 2 pair of scales, 1
can of oil, I can of turpentine, 1 toVtle with two
drawers and contents, 2 jugs of turpentine, 1
bos of glass, 1 lot of Hiish, lease and contents,
1 lot of books, 1 lot of paints, oils, dyc-stutl's,
glass, Slc., I! picture frames, 1 lot of various articles
in the same room, 2 fiddles, 1 lot paint
brushes, 1 lot of measures, 1 lot of barrels, boxes,
xc.. eeive, tray and meal, 2 stoves, 1 swinging
book case, 2 mats and 1 bedstead, 1 lamp,
1 settee and mat, 2 pine tables, 3 pictures framed,
1 box and earthenware, I guitar, 1 box ha
con. i natonot, I lot window curtains, 2 thinks,
1 jar, candlesticks, &c., 1 broom, 1 wood saw,
I hand saw, 1 tea kettle, 1 lot tin wnro, 1 lot
jars, 1 cotfi'c mill, 1 bag of corn, 1 barrel and
contcrfits, 1 barrel, supposed to bp turpdntinc. 1
lot tools, 0 split In Homed chairs, 1 lot olii picture
frames, 1 lot < odder, 1 large can and some'
oil, 1 lot boxes, buckets, &c., 1 desk and contents,
levied on as the property <>f John Kruae
at thfc suit of Carmalt & liriggs. Thomas llaz/.m?l
One tract of land, containing one hundred
acres ninre or less lying on th? wators of Clicostoe
crock, adjoining lands of dins Earlc, Win.
II ear den and others, levied on as the property
of Scth 1'. l'oolo and Temperance l'oole. Bold
on a fi. fa. in favor of W. L. Keith and others.
\ju niosuay aucr satc-uny at Whetstone <|uar- !
ry, one lot of rock, also, ono lot oak scantling |
at Culvert by II. Qiiarles. one lot dressed'rock I
ut quarry near Cliattuga, one. lot dressed ami j
rough rock, and a term for years in two aerosol' j
In n't I and in an unfinished duelling hotise, eta- |
hie and shop-hottee and one set of boards, levied :
on by attachment as the property of John Phillips
at the suit of Noel Sanford.
On Tuesday after salcday, at the residence
of Col. J. L. Boyd, 0 head stock hogs, levied On
astho property of A. A. Howlund, at the suit
of W. K. Flnloy and others.
Uno two home Wagon, levied on ns tlic prop- i
crty ot' J. II. Hoggs, tit tho suit of Thomas II.
Hoggs and other*.
On Tuesday after salcdav, at defendant's residence,
6 head of hogs, levied on a.s tho property
of Joseph h". Howard, ut tho suit of K. A.
Ono sorrel Stallion, with flax ninne and tail,
levied on i odor attachment as the property of
Caswell Corhin, ht tho suit of Ilosa Corbin.
Ono' J>ay horse, lovled on as tho proporty of
0. W. Davenport, at the suit of J. 0. Ferguson
vs. (J. \V. Davenport and (). F. Smith.
Terms cash; purchasers to pay for papers.
L. C. CRAIG, s.i'.t>.
Mnv 13. 18r.fi 4.1 ?.v
'?- -- : r ?? i
. JOS. J. NORTON
ATTORNEY AT LaW, 1
A S D :
Solicitor in Kqulty.
PICKENS OOUllT HOUSE, 8. C.
Jan. 1, 1858 _ _ 25 J(
oCNoitUi < aroliiisi, i
R. II AloxaruyMf, j for TUlk-f,
I'rcsion .McKinney, cl. Rla. )
IT appearing to flip Commiwdoner thnt. Preaton '
J McKinhoy, ono of tho dofendHntH in this cnAc, j <
resides withdiit tho HmjM of thin'Stuffe: on mo- j '
lion of Ilnrriiwn, for petitioner, it is ordered thnt ; 1
the snid absent dofendiint <lo nuMm' and plca<i, ' '
Mnmorordemur tnthe'pciitloV Hlt'din ihiecnse, 1
Wittiiti tlirM monthafrom tta pnblreftflon of thi? 1
pulp, or theanid petition will be taken pro con '
feltojifl to him.
K01VT. A. f IiOMRWW,
yVmw OflM, Match 20, 1?XF) 3m
'#* ' ji?*v ' r
Domostic and Fancy Dry Goods.
itIRS. IS. KMli:
n AVlNlj just returned from New York
ullom n vory handwotue ncleetion ot*
(JRjODS to her lYiehds jind tlio public in eenoral.
Site is iihle to fell them at verv low
jirieos, having RcU-etrd thom from tho largest
wholesale store* in Now York. Articles of
every sum -i'u.ui'jM ii. as well as tA.M'li
G001>S. Also, Laces and Embroideries of
cvoi'v description, which she particularly recommends
to roticr, us they were selected
with great cv , and at prico* that will nloue
ho a temptation. Her MILLINERY sho
will not speak of, as the Northern styles aro
too well known to need recommendation.?
llor variety is very general and cannot fail
to please both in quality and price. To bo
convinced of which you have only to cnll at
an early day on
MRS. If. KNEE.
"Walhnlln. May 1858 42 tf
Blue Ridge Railroad Company in So Ca.
O UnSCltJUBBS <0 (lie enpital stock <?t' thisCom-*'
O panv arc hcrchv notified tliut 'i.c FOlMlTKUNTII
AND FIFTDKNTH INSTALMENTS
upon the fivnt Subscription, ami FIVK lM'.R
(IF. NT. upon the amount of the second Subscription,
arc to quired to bis paid follows : 'J'lio
Fourteenth Instalment and fivi ,er cent on Second
Subscription on the 22d Juno next ; tha
Ff'tcvntli Instalment on the 22d July next.
l!y order: WM. II. IMIRONNKAU.
May 12, 18",8 -13 i(>
Something- Nov/ at Old Pondlotoix
riMIE I." XI) Ell SIGNED ha\o established,
H at this uhico, a
riimiiy Wroccrv s*orc,
L'or tho purpose of accommodating tlic public
with GROCERIES at Anderson prices . Our
tonus being strictly cash or its equivalent,
enables us to ofler inducements not to be
found elsewhere. It is useless to criuinoratu
our Stock: Bullice it to say, we have a complete
Stock ot all kinds of GOODS usually
kent in a Grocery Store.
Wo will barter or pay the highest cash
price for Produce, and the usual articles of
home manufacture and barter.
All we ask is a fair trial !
.101IX T. SLOAN & CO.
Pendleton, March 12, 1S5N 34?tf
\ LL persons indebted to 1Estate of Ali
\ mon Powell, deceased, must )>ny promptly.
and those having demands against said
Kstato will render tiiein to me legally attested.
KOU'T POWELL, Adm'r.
May 3, 1SSS 42 3in
Slate of Mouth t'arolina,
IV L'AI'!?rv_ n./n'Wf.
j.i I^VII i- 1"tvJVIJ.In.
.Tames Rogers "}
va > l>ili for Fnrtition, &c.
Edward Rogers, et. als )
IT appearing to Hip. satisfaction of 1 lie Commissioner
that Kdward Rogers, 'i'ciiipernuco
McWhower, John McWhorter and wife Sarah,
Wilson Drennan and wife Prudence, Amos Robinson
and vile Nelly, Illicit Rogers, and tlio
lieirs-at-law of John Rogers, to wit: Rogers*.
his widow, F.nterson Black and wife Elizabeth,
Moore and w ife Sarah, James Rogers,
Zachariah Rogers, William Rogers, John Kogors-,
and David Rogers, defendant? to complain
mil's bill of complaint, reside beyond the limits
of this State : on (notion of Norton, complainant's
solicitor, it is ordered that the absent defendants
above named do severally appear in
this honorable court and plead, answer, or demur
to the said bill, within three months from
the publication hereof, or their consent to tho
same will be taken by an order pro confrtto.
UOr? T. A. THOMPSON, c.K.r.o.
C'om'rs Office, March <10, 1858 3m
rpiIK TUPSTEKS of the above Institution
1 tukft pi ?lis urc in minounuing to the publie,
thut their School is now open l'or'the reception
of Students, under tbo supervision of
an experienced Teacher, WM. M. IlEATH,
Esq. Hates of Tuition for the Primary oh\*a
$(> 00 per session of five'months. ForOrnmtnar,
iioography, Philosoohv. Conino?iitinr?
and everything pertaining to an English Education,
per session. I'or the Languages
and the higher branches of Mathematics,
if If) OU i)cr BfHsion.
j. E. ir.ujocm,
M. P. MITCHKLL,
Z. C. Pt'LLIAM,
M. M. NORTON.
Fob 1. l*f?8 29 tf
NEWSTOllK & KEW GOODS,
Osac DIlift from Jarra?'s llrldgc,
Near tho Hoad leading to Walhalla.
r ^I r I'. ? ~ r
_ .,vio.^..vn umu 10 iiiiorin llieir
I friends ami tlio surrounding country
generally, tlint they arc now opening a well
uelcctod Stock of
t all iimd Winter Oo?()m,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Crockcry r
Hardwaro and Cutlery, Groceries. Medicines,
Ac., with almost every article usually kept in
a country store; all of which will bo sold low
for enshl Call and see.
Wo will take in exchange for Goods, country
Cotton and Wool Homespun, Wool Hat*,
Dried Fruit. Venison Hums Haw Hides, Peas
Hccatrax, Tallow. Honey, Ac.
E. E. ALEXANDER.
Nov. 11,1857 19 tf
PREMIUM COOKING STOVES,
OF nil si'/osj with and without Hollow-war#.
For sale hv J. H. VOIOT,
Opposite Vlnntor's Jlotel, AValhalla, f>.C.
August 0, 1857 4 tf
J. H. VOIGT,
TIN AND COPPERSMITH,
Ualliuliti, S. C5.j
INFORMS hi? friends and the public that
L ho llfl* rinrftrrpil n />r,mi\n(mit P...?
ivho has upwards of twenty years cxnrv'onca
n the manufacturing of "COPPKK KF.TI'LES,
STILLS. and nil other articles manure
tu red out of Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron ;
ind it?prepured (o fill order* for all work In
lis line at short notice. Terms moderate.?
Uoforti to the durability ot' his work.
August C, lfi(T7 4 tf
of South ('ni'olinn,
imokbn* di>t?in tiik corjiror common pi.eas.
Dicdrioli Bicmaup \ l'oroijju Attachment.
vh <. > Noriis, II. k Pullinm,
llomhkk .V I?odford. ) Pitt 's Att'ys.
\V IlKftKAH. the pillintiff hid, on Yife l?tli duy
Yi of Vf?y, file Jris declaration ngnin?t
the defendants. whftfnftH
^ . _ ,v ^mv nunrui irOfll
ind without tire limits of thin Stnte, rifW havn
i\cilh?rwi(|cnor ftllorncy kno^ n trilMn llic duriio.
upon whom n ropy of tlie ssUl declaration might
bn sorTcd: U is ordsfcod, tlercforc, t)i*t tho
Mid defendants do snd'plesdto th?Mlid