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Camden, N. C., tt'a.y 1,1858.?A most
atrocious murder was committed in this
District yesterday by a man named Mackwell,
011 *u Mr. Hughes, from Georgia.?
The facts, as far as ascertained, arc as follows
; Bluckwcll had sold Hughes a negro
who belonged to the estate of L. Boykin,
nllll wno nonnnt.!""-' 1- ? -
.vwuuiwu uy n representative ot
the cstato, whereupon Mr. Ilughes camo
ou in pursuit of Blackwcll, who sold him
the uogro. Having succeeded in finding
Black well, a difficulty ensued, and llughcs
received a ball from a weapon in the hands
of Blaekwell which almost instantly caused
his death. Blaekwcll has not yet been arrested.
Nkw Havkn,Ct., J unc 30.?The earthquake
of last night was observed in Woodbridge,
ecven miles northwest from this
city: in Wcstville, two miles distant in the
panic direetfon, and in New Ilnvon ?" ?"
mile#, nearly northeast from tho city, where i
0 Bccond hut slight shock won felt. Tho j
direction of the vibration seemed to be from j
pouth to north. The shock was also felt in !
Waterbury. Thcro has been but two shocks
of earthquako recorded as having oceurcd
within the last hundred years in this vicinity
_ ^ _
Hktvunkd to tns Fikst Iiovk.?Yesterday
two youths, of nearly full age, were
at the Farmers' Hotel, on their way to tho
" far West," to the home of (heir childhood,
. 1 ! 1 1 "
wnien tney piOtevrctl to all others. It appears
tlint they were stolen by Indians when
very young, and raised by one of the Western
tribes. Their friends ascertained the
whereabouts of the lo.->< "hildron some time j
ago, and induced tb o leave the Indiana
nnd return to .Jntives in one of
the Eastern States. The boys, after trying
civilized life a while, concluded that
tlwy didn't like it, and were here, yesterdjy,
on their way back to their Western
home. We could not learn their names or
the tribe of Indians they belonged to.?Indianapolis
A Nkw Institution.?Now York rejoices
in nnotlior "institution." Tho
small-pox, which in old times was only a
casual visitor, is now settled among us, a
permanent resident. If, in all Christendom,
anybody wants it, lierc is tho spot.?
If any physician wants practice, any medical
student observation, hero is the quarter
to get either. If any philosopher in
physic appiros to settle the disputed question
of variolous habit, let him shy Philadelphia
as a rural district, and Hoston as a
quiet, healthy villago, and come at once to
the great small pox metropolis, whore he
shall seo everything worth embracing in a i
uuiiuMiciuuiro or disease exhibited on the
largest scale. AVo arc not hoisting of any
trifling or temporary advantage. We have
no more small-pox this week than we had
last, and wo have hnd less this month than
Inst. Still, within eleven years we have
had 50,000 cases in this hi ogle city, ami
5,000 deaths from it, and if this does not
entitle us to the consideration of a headquarters
for the disease, wo despair of ever
attaining that honor.?At-w York Times.
I.N A Fix.?An American at Paris went
to a.restaurant to get his dinner. Unacquainted
with the French language, yet
Utiwillincr to show liis idiinrani'n l>n
.. ..... ..... ..... , ..v. |
cd to the first line in the bill of fare, and j
the polite waiter brought him a plate of fra-1
grant beef soup. This wan very well, and
when it was diepatched ho pointed to the
HCcond line. Tlio waiter understood him
perfectly, and brought him vegetable soup.
44 Rather more soup than I waut," thought
he, " but it is Paris fashion." lie duly
pointed to tho third lino, and a plate of tapioca
broth was brought him ; again to the
fourth, and was furnished with a bowl of
preparation of arrow root. Ho tried the
fifth line and was supplied with some gruel
r..- nn.. u...1?. .
tui iiivaiiun. JLUU MjfSMIIIUCrD HOW
supposed that they saw an unfortunate individual
who had lost all his teeth, and our
friend, determined to get as far from the
soup as passible, pointed in despair to tho
last lino on the bdl of fare. The intelligent
water, who saw at once what ho wanted,
politely handed him?a bunch of toothpicks.
This wns too much?our countryman
paid his bill, and incontinently left.
IIamdity ojt Thol'uht. on Nrrvoitk
Action.?A method of transforming the
vahmtiou of time into space by the rapid
revolution Of a cylinder, under the plau^ of
. ^Ir. Fizeun, ^ French mechanician, has
beon^tvmdied to the measurement of the rapidity
oTtl^n nervous impulse. Such a cyljudcr
ha* betftt made to rotate so ns to measure
as minute\i Bubdivision of time as tho
one five-hundrcH-thgiusandth part of a second,
nnd by means of microscopic observation,
this small uivision ma^ be subdivided
so as to obtain the ten-millionth oart of a
- Kocond. If au clcetrio ?hock bo given to
tho arm, it produce* n sensation and contraction
of tho imwcloti. Ifonco, by notinfr
tho interval of timo between tho shock and
tho contraction, tho time occupied by the
transmission of-l)io Eonsation and the action
of tlio brain may bo determined ac u,
Thifl has been done by actual experiment
!n France, and so carefully have the results
been attained, that noicneo him boon cna|'^
bled to arrive at tho following fftota : That
HCimtionH are transmitted to tho brain at
iU- i C - J ion *
wny *?wj ill ISUCIHI U? 1 DV-' IOCt pOT HCC01K1, Of
ftlidnfc one-fifth na fast as sound j that the
brtmt required, ou tho average, one-tenth of
4 ri second to transmit its orders to the nerves
presiding over voluntary motion; iTtOT tho
tiraa required to transmit An order from the
inotor nerves to tho mosolcs is nearly tho
naino uft that required by tho tuJrves r?f s^nBOtfckH
to jjfrumiyt a sensation; and that the |
^whal^fluinitioiirorjuiros from one and a
IfiSKsS^B i<;"t)i.; to two tiHithu nf it flflnAhfl I
with <lilVi:iriif, iiuli vi.111.its.
8.l*nt Rur,V8.?Always t?k?? tho
SPP^ffEj* ahucnf person who h ccnnumlia
company, no far as truth aud propriety will i
Novcrdisputo if you can fairly avoid it.
Nor dispute with an old man more than
seventy years of age, nor with & woman,
nor with an enthusiast.
Nor affect to he witty, or to jest, so as to
wound the feelings of another.
Hay as little as possible of myself and ;
bavnu uuv urt* uuur inc.
Aim at chcorfulnosa without levity.
Never court the favor of the rich, by fluttering
their vanity and vices.
Speak with calmness mid consideration j
on all occasions ; especially in cireuiu.stan- I
ces which tend to irritate.
frequently review my conduct and not
On all occasions to have in prospcct the
end of life, and future state.
A T.OVK11 shouUl l)c treated v ' tlie same
gentleness as a new glovo. The young lady
should pull him on with the utmost teni
demons at first, only making the smallest
i advances at a time, till she gradually gains
upon him, and twists him ultimately round
her little finger; whereas the young lady
who is hasty, and in too great a hurry, will
never get a lover to take her hand, hut ho |
left with nothing hut her wits at her fingers'
M vninkti, on the 4th in*! nut, lty W. S. (irishasu,
K.sq,, at the v.\sulcncc of Alex. Moorcheml, !
Mr. John OarvkiUo .Miss Hannah It. llrcitr.s,
H ?? ?l.:.
In l'ondloton village, on Sunn..; mornin;',
June 27, l?y J. H. llelotte, Ksij., Mr. John j
I'attkusox and Mif.-j Susan Camanaok.
i_! ? - l
l)iki?, lit his rcsidetioc in Chickasaw county,
Mississippi, on the 1 St li of June last, Mr. Thomas
11. Ukii?, in the 72d year of his age. Mr.
llr.m was a native of this State, and romoved
soine twenty-three years ngo to the West, lie
niAintained, in all the relations of life, a chnrftcter
nnsullicd, and was highly respected and
esteemed by all who knew him. In early life,
when his country called for soldiers to chastise
the Indians, lie entered the service as an olliccr
mill ilisf?1i!irnr/><l U?-? ilnli* 1I1--0 '? o.J.l'm.. ?? ' rt
- O-- ?"'J ? ? ? H11"
triot. Conspicuous in the settlement and ?.<Ivancemcnt.
of tl?o scot ion of country whirl) he
last made his home, with his simplicity of manners
:tn<l kindness of he ?'t, endeared him to n
large circle of friends. Tints, lie died as lie had
lived?an honest man, and is mourned by many
relatives and friends. *
War in Amorioa.
rplIE undersigned returns his thanks to
_L thoso of his friends who have cal'cd and
settled by Cash the demands lie held against
them ; and now inform i those who arc indebted
to him prior to the 1st day of January
last, that they must settle in a few days, or
the SlierifT and Constable will call on them
to remind them of their indebtedness. 1 have
waited lon^ and patiently?uonkv I now want,
and must have.
E. M. KEIT1I.
July 8. 1858 _ ft I 3
VI,T, persons indebted lo the Estate of R. H.
T. ('. Poster, deceased, must make payment,
mill tho.-je having demands against said Estate
will presont them legally attested. Promptness
is desired as it is important to seltlc up the Estate
as far oh it can lie.
A. J. ANDERSON, I v ,
11. P. FOSTER. } Kx 0,BJuly
7, I808 f>l 4_
NOTICE is hereby given that a final settlement
of the Estate of Aaron Monro, deceased,
will he Iniide in the Ordinary's Oflice, at
l'ickcns Court House, on Friday the 8th day of
October next. Those indebted must make payment.
and tlioso having demands will render
them legally attested by that time. Notice is
nlsn I ?.;il l.~
r>--~ iwi. uu iv^jiuuMiiiu i?r interest
after Unit time.
KMKRV MOORE, Adm'r.
July 6, 61 . 3in
I WILL )>rcacli at tho following times ami
places, viz: At Holly Spring on the 2#th
ami 20th of July, at Oolonoy on the 30th and
31st and 1st day of August, on Monday and
Tuesday the 2d and .Id at Cross Road, on
Wednesday and Thursday tho 4th and f)th |
at Mount Oarmol, on Friday, Saturday and j
Sunday tho 0th, 7th and 8th at Peter's Creek, j
and at Antioch on the 2d Sabbath in this
month and Saturday before.
duly 2, 1*58 JOHN dWEXS.
TTEND your regular parado on Satur
u. uiiy wiu liin 1 use. j>y oruer ot Jbieut.
D. HUGHES, o. s.
July 8. lftfift f> 1 2
IWIFiTiScn at Kasloy's Mills, ow Tuesday
tho 27th uf July, at publio out ?*y, na a
portion of tho personal Astute of the late Jno.
A. Kivsloy, deceased. a largo lotof Hogs, Cow
and Calf', Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Waggons, Carts, Waggon llarnoss, &c., window
sash of various sir.os, a variety of prepared
and ruff lu in her, two nets of Hlacksinith
aud Carpenter's Tools, a Centervent watsr
wheel and fixtures, old Stoolo and Iron, and
t nrinna nll,Av ??l~ I -
.....vviu viiwi '?i biuivm JLVJ1111.7 ux oaiu w in uu
made kijown on day of ealo.
W. K. EASLEY, Adm'r.
Jiiiyfl, 1KT)H 51 3
STATU OP SOUTH ( AUOLltA,
rIC K HNH?JN ORDINARY.
W. R.. Bowon aud others jTo wm in
John Bowen, Kx'or. ct als. j 80'emn f<n*mWIII'.RKAS,
W. K. Bowen and others have app'ied
to mo to have a p?per purporting to
bet(l 6 Inst Will and Testament of William Bowen,
deceased, lato of said district, provon in due
and solemn form of law; nnd it appearing to
my satisfaction that T. II. Howen, .loci Wellborn
and wifo Martini, Thoraton Benson and
Wife Kluahctll. and 'P. II. Ilnwon ?nil wifn Mn?.
cy, defendants in this onno, resido without tiio
limits of LhU Stat*: It la ordorcd, therefore,
that they appear in Iho Court of Ordinary, to
be held at Pickens Court House, on Monday the
11th day of October next, to show cause, If any
fhey tmo, why the said papor, purporting to ho
the last Will And Testament of tho deceased
aforesaid, should not bo proven in due form of
hiw. Given under my hand and seal of oOics,
the Oth day of July, 1858.
W. J. TARflONB, o.P.n.
Ordlna/y'a Offlee, July 0, 18AB 8m
K. B. BENSON & SON
HA VF<m ImndTWOlIUNOUKI) SACKS
SUP.K'LFfNIJ, V1 <OUR for mIo at IVo
Dollars andlfifty conts per Suck.
Vundfoton, Juuo 22, 1858 40 -4
| LAND FOR SALE.
TIAIIK undersigned offers fur salo, on tho
1 most accommodating terms, tlic follow- j
ing TRACTS OF LAND, located in Pickous
District. On cach of the tracts are comfortuhlo
dwellings aril out houses in good repair,
and well supplied with spring water.
Tract No. 1. Contains -100 acres, 200 acres
of which are in cultivation, and balance in
the woods, ami lies within one inilo of Thalian
Academy, and nine miles from Pendleton
I Trnnf. \Tr> " 10A -ll i_
I > ?>vv ?< </ Ml VVIIIIIIIIQ l"VI UV.I U^| nil III HI'J
I woods except 20 acres, and lies on Eighteen
I Mile Crook, within <S miles of Pendleton.
Tract No. 3. Contains 100 acrcs, of which
GO arc in cultivation, balance in the woods,
| and lies on Guldcu's Creek, 10 miles from
I Tract No. 4. Contains ,100 acres, about 10
are cleared, balance well timbered, lying on
Gregory's Crock, and has a good Mill Shoal
with plenty of wntoi for ordinary machinery.
The above lands will be sold to suit purchasers,
if applied for soon. Address meat
Salubrity P. 0. Pickens District, S (J.
WM. S. WILLIAMS.
July ft, 1838 61 4
? UK SALE,
\ Valuable Tract of" I^aud. j
WK offer for sale that valuable Tract of
Land, known us Yisago Ohl Field,
situate on tlio road loading from I'iekens 0.
II. to Joeusscc Valley, au?l lying on lloon's 1
ami Full ('reek, containing 810 acres. On 1
this Tract there i? near 70 acres of bottom, j
and the greater portion of the upland is good, |
ami lies well. On the place is an excellent I
peach orchard; and several beautiful building J
sites with excellent springs of water. The !
I most of the land is uncleared. It is situated I
I in an cxccilent portion of our District for
I stock raising, and oarticularlv for Sheen.? I
This tract of hind is offered tit private sale,
until tho first Monday in August next, when
if the same is not sold, it will bo sold at Pickens
0. If. to the highest bidder. For further
particulars apply to either of the undersigned.
A pint of tfic same can be seen at E. M.
Terms made as easy as the purchaser can
desire. K. II. KKITJI, ) Bx'rx.
K. M. KKITII, > Ex'or.
T. J. KKITfl. j Ex'or.
Tiily 8. 1858 51 t?i
J"I.'ST UKUKIYKI). n largo lot of American
Refined sind Swede IRON"?low for
C.ish, or on short time, to punctual customers.
JOHN T. SLOAN & CO.
Pendleton, duly 8. 1S.">S *>1 3
BY virtue of an order to mo directed by
W. J. Parsons, Es(j., Ordinary of Pickens
district, L will sell to tlio highest bidder
on Saleday in August next, the Ileal Kstate
of Allen Blnck, doceasod, to wit:
All the interest deceased had in a tract of
land, situate in Pickens District, on waiters of
Tugnloo River, containing ? Acrcs more
or less, known as the Fowler Tract. Sold for
division amongst the heirs at law of said deceased.
Tckms ok Sai.e.?On a credit of twelve
months, with interest from day of side, except
the cost, which must he paid in cash.-?
The purchaser to givo bond with good security.
t > the Ordinary to secure the payment of
tlie purohasp money, with a niortgago of the
promises if.deemed necessary by him, purchaser
to pay extra for titles.
L. C. CIIA ICS, s.r.D.
Tnly S. 185ft 51 td
sifli:ieiri '.s s alios.
1)Y virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias to ine
!> directed, will be soM before the Court House
iu Pickens District, within the legal hours, on I
the first Monday and Tuesday in August next,
One tract of land, containing eighty-two
acres more or less, whereon the defendant, A.
\? p..i..? ?:? -i ?
.m. ui^c? iumt men, unu, out1 uiliur Il'HCl COU- |
tnining one liuiulrc<l ami twenty acres more or
lcj?3 adjoining lands of.I. N. Hawthorn anil
others, near to l'ickensvillo, loviefl on as tlie
property of A. M. Folgcr, at the suits of Roberts
& Duncan vs. A. M. Folgcr, anil lhill, t'riss &
Co. anil others vs. A. M. Folgcr and 11. W. Folgcr.
Also on Tue?<lay after sale-day at defendants
rcaidcncc ncur l'ickensville, 1 buggy and
harness, 1 bny mure, 1 brown horso, H head of
cattle, 10 head of hogs, 1 sido board, 1 prtoss, 1
Terms cash ; purchasers to pav for paper*.
L. 0. CRAIG, a.v.n,
July 10, lfi.">8 M td
State of South tJiU'olinn,
James M. Abbott )
vs v Summons in Partition.
Noah Abbott 4 others. )
IT appearing to mo that Noah Abbott and Jno.
Dow in and wifo Sarah, defendants in this ca?e
reside Tridiont tho limits of this State : It is ordorcd
that they tlo appear in the Ordinary's
ofhee, at I'iokcns C. II., on Monday the 11th
day of October next, and objoct to the division
or sale of the Real Ksiato of William Abbott,
deceased, or tlieir consent to the same will bo
entered of record.
W. J. PARSONS, o.r.i>.
Ordinary's Office, July R, 1H58. 8m
Slate or Mouth Carolina)
IX ORDINARY 1'IOKKNH.
J. AY. Kelly )
/a v Summons in Partition.
James.I. Kelly, et alu. ),
Ii appearing 10 mc that .lames J. Kelly, rtcfciuiantin
tills case,rosid.:t without (lie limits
of this Ktnto: It is ordered thnt lie do appear
in tlio Ordinary's Oflice, at Pickens C. 11., on
Monday the 11th day of October roxt, and objoct
to the division or salo of tho Real Kutato of
Andrew Kelly, deceased, or his consent to tho
same will be entered of rccord.
W. J. PARSONS, O.r.u.
Ordinary's Oflice, July 8, 1868 3in
tho jailflf Pickens Diatriet, on SuturI
day the 3<1 July, instant, a nojjro man
Adam, who pay* ho belongs to Frederick llarbert,
of WilllfUnitnn. Adam is black, nlwut
fift Vftftrs of nirrv mnl uir fnnf lii.rl, 'l'i.An...n?. i
is roquired to cmno forward, provo property,
pay charges And takn him awnv.
L. C. CRAIG, j.i-.d.
July?, 1838 51 tf
Final Notico. ^
milK Rstato of John Abbott, d0<;0a?0d,wUl
I bo finally settled in the Ordinary's.Offieo,
at Pickens 0. II, on Monday tjic 2|th day of
Sjptombfcr next.' Thole indebted mitini make
paymonft by that time, and thoso having demands
will rondor thorn to mo legally attested
on or by that day.
G. \V. PHILLIPS, Kx'or.
Juno 10. 18,18 48 3m
iH lierelyr given thnt application will ho roado
to the Legislature, nt its next sension, tot an
act to incorporate the Church (Mount Olivet)
Mid tbo <)a?r.p Ground, at Plokcnevllt'.
July 8/ I808 60 3lo
Anderson Prices Current.
co^kkotkd ? i.i.ki.v by kkol^no, lil.KCKI.Kr a co
Amikunox 0. II., July ?, 18">S.
Cotton per lb. - - - (<I) 1 H
nult. pcrmck, - - 2.00
Coffee, Bio, per lb. - - IS f") l-l
Sugars brown, per U>. - U (a) 11
' ' crushed nud loiif, pcrlb. 1-1 (T?) 18
Molasses, West India, per gallon, 40 (nX Ait
" N. Orleans' " 44 4o Qi\ 00
i urn \ua.j per Dun(||i, - - 1.20
Osnnbnvgs, (heavy) per yard, 13 (it) 14
Shirting*, " - 10 (jy 11
Iron, common sir.o Swede, per lb. (>J
14 Knglinh, - (>
Nails. per keg, ? A (7?\ <ij
Oil, Iiinacud, per gallon, 1.87 (n? 1.50
" Train, " " - 00 (a\ !.()()
Claw, 8X10 - - - 8 S.'J't
" 10X12 - - G.2"> (Hi 8.BO
Rico, per lit. .... IIA (m 7
Flour, per barrel, 4 @ 6.00
Wheal, pi . bushel, - - 00 (u,
Corn, " - - - (j/j Oft, 00
15acon, hog round, - - 10 (i\ 12
Ibtgging. (1 unny, per yard, 17 C?v IK
Outg, per bushel, - - 30 (jf> 88
Peas, '? - 1.00
Powder, Rido, per keg, - 7.J Oh 8
There is always to bo found a good Stock
of floods, at E., IV Co's. |
II ft A V onnn xti.uim i
n u iiuiia??iuwi/ n r< M O 1
rruvo THOUSAND FOUR IIUNDHF.D
I AC11KS of Mineral Land, including tho
Poor ^Tountain, for sale. It lies immediately
in the vicinity of the Herman villago (Walhalla,)
and in sight of the l?luo Kidge Tunnel.
L'rof. Tunjiiev reported to the Legisla
ture of South Carolina that the .second largest
deposite of gold in thcStato is at or near this j
mountain. In IHI'2, tlie property was pur- ,
chased hv two practical minors, after being j
fully touted. '1 hey were gentlemen of char- j
acter. wealth, pruuencc and sagacity. They I
died before it was operated on, and it has re.- I
mained so until the present time. Mr. Elihu
Crfiswftll nml .Tnlm V ........ ?i.~ '
_ ikvu 10 u um; vim: |?urchasers.
Tills place is susceptible of being
made one (if the very best grazing farms in
the district?linen large quautity of first quality
of l)ottom ami upland, a portion of which
is newly enclosed. T' is a tine mill seat
on the place, with mi(Yi< '.lit pine timber near
to it to build the Blue Kidge Road. I will
sell this property on reasonable terms on an
extended credit. I will reserve one-third or
one-half, and operate jointly according to the
Amount invested My residence is Wayside,
Pickens District, and my post oflice l'ciulleton,
J. OVERTON LEWIS.
July 1. 1858 50 3m
PICKENSVILLE FOR SALE.
"TXTir.I. l.o ?AI,I t ?'
! - . V... III m:.\l,
I T nt l'iekens ("ourt House, the above
well known TRACT OF LAND, containing
about Two Hundred and Sixty-five Acres
more or on which there is a Hotel, Store
House, Wagon and lilucksmith shops, and
tho necessary out-buildings.
ALSO, one other lot of Land in the town
of Piekensville, whereon Win. A. Alexander
TKltMS?Notes with approved security
bearing interest?one-third due 1st January,
18f>9; one-third duo 1st duly, 1.S5U, and onethird
due 1st January. 1X00.
1IAG001) & NORTON'S, Assignees.
June 30, 1858 50 ft
WILL lio sold on the 22d July, at the late
residence of Sargent Grifltn, deceased,
a part of tlic Personal Estate of said deceased,
consisting of Corn, Fodder, Oats, Sheep, Cattle,
Lard, 2 Carryalls and I set harness, and
various other articles too tedious to mention.
TERMS?On a credit of twelve months for
all stuns of and over $5 ; under that amount,
cash. K. II. GRIFFIN,) . , ,
T. GRIFFIN, / Adm r8'
; Juno 28, 1858 50 3
vmir civ* A ar\it * 11 T -r%
JLllilV DJiiLDUl^lAliLl!j liUUDS ! |
At KMckciift V. B0.
milE undersigned are now receiving and j
I opening a well solected stock of
Spring and Summer Goods,
Which wo offer to our friends ami customers
low, in accordunuo with the hard times, consisting
in nart of the following:
PRINTS, MUSLINS, Cambrics, m-own and
"Bleached Shirtings, and Sheeting:
A well selected stock of lieady-nmdo CLOTHING,
Ilats and Caps ;
Bonnets. Ribbons, Trimmings, ?fcc.:
Hoots and Shoes, Saddles and liridles;
Hardware and Cutlery, Nails and Castings;
Crockerv and 01annwn.ri> ?
GROCERIES, Drugs and Medicines; and almost
every other article usually found any
where in the up country.
We tuko in barter country Iloinespun, Tallow,
Ucoswax', Corn, Fodder, Wool, Hags,
at the customary prices.
We return our thanks for past patronage,
and hope our friouds and the public will call
and examine our stock before buying elsewhere.
F?. & K. E. A LEX AX DEI5.
May 13, 1858 43 tf
G. RIECKE, Jll.,
nAS just returned from (,'hnrlostori with
n linn selection of SPRING & SUMMKU
DRY HOODS, for Uont'omons' Wear,
Black and Blue Broadcloths,
DOK-SKTN CAS8IMRUK. CAS1IMKUKTTE,
1)11 AP 'ETK.
A T Qn ? ? ^
n.u>j\j, noun! articles ior .unmcs Dresses, such
as Calicoes, Muslins, ?fce.
Gentlemen who wish a fine suit of CLOTHING
will <1o well by giving him n cull, look
at tho Fashions of Gonio C. Scott, for 18M,
niul have their measure taken, as Mr. W.
WALSKMANN is thoro yet, reaily to execute
any work in hit* line in the most fashionable
ami approved style.
Has also received a fine stock of OKOCF.lilKS,
such as Molasses, Sugars, Cofl'ee, Tea,
Tobacco, Soap, Starch, &e,., &o.
TTa..,lTT-* in i. i
.....un-noi HUM mill l^ll|>n, l>UOIP 011(1 OIIOCS !
nil of which ho offer* to tho puhlio as cheap
as tho chouiicst for CASH!
Wrtlhalln. M?.YJU.JR5R 43-tf
i ~ NOTICE.
APPLICATION will bo rnntlo to the Legislature
of South Carolina, at its next session,
for att act to Incorporate tho town of PicUcnatillo,
|wlt!i tho usual power unci privileges.
July 3, 60 8m
A PPLIOATION wilt InTmndo to tho next
J\ Lcgiulaturo for n charter to construct a
Turnpike Itoad from tlio west ond of tho
grrtat Tunncf, tho nourost and bost routo to
Pulaski, to be called tho Branstowu nnd l'anthor
June 12,1858 47 3m
CAN DO DAY S3.
t&r COL. T. O. 1>. VKIINON, ofSportnnImrg.
is respectfully antlouncotl us i? candidate
lor ContrroBH. to su??.???l (%>l Orr
BHjVTbe friends of COL. JOHN L). ASH- !
MOKK respectfully announce liiui u candidalo I
for Congress, at the next election.
B*>T Thc friends of COL. K. l\ JONFS. of
Greenville, respectfully present hisuanie to tl?e 1
Congressionnl District, iu pluec of Col. Oku, who
declines a re-election.
TOR THE SENATE.
!}?*>,? The friends of ^lr. ELAM SIfAUTT.
respectfully uunouuee iiiui ft candidate lo rep- J
resent Pickens district, in tlic State Senate, at j
tlie next election.
The friends of Oen. F. N. GAllVIfC
announce liiin a candidate for tlie State Senate, |
at tho ensuing election.
J8ST The friciuls ofELIlIU II. 01'FT FIX,
Esq., respectfully announce hint a candidate !
for tllO Hmint?> fur Pii'tnnu nl
POlt TITE LBO 1 sLATUItK:
JF$T The friends of MICHAEL MlLLl'Il beg i
leave to announce him a candidate to represent
Pickens in tlio Txt Legislature.
fifSf-Tho friends of Mnj. KOIJEHT MAXWKLL
respectfully recommend hiiu as a suitable
candidate for the Legislature.
Tlic friends of IVM, N. MARTIN* reHpcclfully
announco him a candidate for tlic
Legislature, at the next election.
Jfcty The friends of (iKOIltlE It. CHERRY
respectfully announce him a candidate lor the
Legislature, at the next election.
ttqrTlio friends of Mai. .JOIIN* C. MIL- j
LKK announce him a candidate for the Log- I
isluturc, at tlio next election.
toy The friends of Dr. A. J. AN DM 11 SOX i
respectfully announce him a candidate for
the Legislature \t the ensuing election.
B?,y* Wo arc authorized to announce WILLIAM
HAMILTON a candidate for the Legislature,
at the ensuing dection.
B?*?Tlie friends of Rev. JOILN* OWENS beg
leave to announce him a candidate for Ordinary
of l'ickens district, at the ensuing election.
Xt?X,.Tho friends of THOMAS J. K KIT 11 m
specl fully nnnouncc liim a candidate for Ordinary
of l'ickeus district, at tlio ensuing election.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
The friends of Mr. GEORGE F. STEADING
respectfully nnnouncc him n candidate for
tho office of Tax t'ollector, at (ho next election.
BOX.- The friends of llcv. J. R. 1IUNN10UTT
respectfully announce liim a candidate for the
office of Tax Collector, at the ensuing election.
BcJ' Tho friends of Rev. II. M. RARTOX
respectfully announce hint as a candidate for j
Tax Collector at tlie next election.
Tlio friends of J. W. L. (JA11Y respectfully
announce liini a candidate for re-election
lo theollice of Tax Collector, for l'ickcns district,
at tlio enduing election.
The friends of H. Cl.KVKLAND HUNT
respectfully announce him a candidate for Tax
Collector, nt tlie next election.
The friends of ('apt. J. G. IJRYCKhcg
leave to announce him a candidate for Major of
tlie 2d I'att.alion, 2d Regiment, .S. C. M., to fill
the vacancy occasioned by the promotion of
D6X. The friends of Onpt. 1). T. DOVI.li rcttlinr.lfiillv
nnnimnpn liim - ,..,,wli.lnt? r.... *l?!? I
. - .v.. .'"IjUl
of tli<i 2d Battulion, '2d Regiment, S. 0. M.
Ono of tlio Bost Plantations on
Tugalo Rivor for Salo.
r|MIR subscriber offers for salo bis WELL
1 KNOWN PLANTATION, lying above
and below Jarrett's liridgo, on Tugalo river,
Ono Thousand Four Hundred Acres.
There are Two Hundred Acres of excellent
Bottom Land, as to the fertility of which it
is unnecessary'to say anything, as it is well
known that it cannot be surpassed b_v any in
the State. The remaining twelve hundred
acres mostly woodland.
There has bee" rponntly erected a commodious
Cottage, of the most approved and modern
stylo, on a beautiful cininoneo, within
two hundred yards of the river. This, together
with tho salubrity of the climate, pure
water and fine land, make this one of the
most desirable places in tho up country.?
Churches arc convenient of Presbyterian,
Methodist and Baptist denomination. Tho
tract will ho divide*! to suit purchasers, provided
it all can he disposed of atone time.
Will he sold with tho place, ifdesired, Corn,
Fodder and Wheat. Also, stock of all kinds.
If you want a "Iloine, sweet Homo," you
had hotter apply early, or you may loose a
bargain, as such places arc i*irely in market.
Possesion given the first of November next.
Terms will he made accommodating. Address
mo at "Wultou's Ford, Da.," or apply
on tho promises.
1\ II. Pll ATI IKK.
May 3. IS58 A'2 tf
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
rpiIK Sl'USCMBKIt finding that his Land
I is of little value to him, being unable to
cultivate it himself, would hereby offer for
ptiiu me r..vi\.u on which no lorinerly resided.
The property is about four miles from
Walhalla, on the road to Pickens C. H., adjoining
the lands of Mr. Ivostcrnnd Mr. Van
Leho. Tho road leading from Pickens to the
Oeonec Station likewiso passes through it.
A more desirable location i? rarely met with.
Tho Tract contains 110 acres more or loss.?
Both tho bottom and tho upland arc of excellent
quality. On tho premises is a dwelling
house, smoke-house, barn, <to. There is an
excellent spring on ilflrpiacc. About twenty
acres 'have been cultivated for sovernl I
years, and the fences .uo in good Older, Possession
vrill ho givou imzncdiutul}' after tho
crop shall have boon gnthcred, and in timo.
to prepare for the next year. For the condi:
tionsof sale apply to the uudcrsigned at Walhalla.
B?iX..Thc tract will bo publicly sold at Pickens
C. II., on tho first Monday in August, if
not previously disposed of at privato sale.
0. II. I). CilAMKK.
Wnlhalla, June 22.18.18. 40 <i_
W. M, HADDEN,
ATTOKKEIY AT LilW,
Solicitor Ilk Equity,
PICKENS C0U11T HOUSE, S. C.
Jan 14, 185ft 20
JOS. J. NORTON, "
ATTOU.1IKV AT LAW,
Solicitor In I'qulty.
PICKENS OOUKT HOUSK. 8. C
f. .Jan. 1,1858 ?5 m v
'm - *
Pendloton, South Carolina.
Jr. SMITH & CO. would rospcotfullv
inform tlioir putrouN uud tin* public
gonorally. tluifc thoy lmve ju?t rocoivou und
:iro now opening at Pendleton uudcr tho
J. Ait.MIJK.V JIA IjI/,
A new ami complcto assortment of superior
Spring and Summer Goods,
Consisting, in part. of a splendid variety of
I?awnH. Calicoes, Muslins, (linghams, llobo
Dresses. Bnreges, Tissues, Blaok and Colore-'
laeonet, Cordetl and Swiss Muslin ;
Jaconet and Swiss Kdjjing and Inserting!",
Embroidered. Swiss nnd I.nwn Collars}
Whiie, Brown und Fancy Linens;
Silk, Cotton and Lisle ifose;
Silk, Kid and Cotton (Ilovts;
Bonnets and Bonnet llibbons, Flowers nnd
Silk Mantillas nnd Ifoop Skirts;
Boots and Shoes of all sizes and qualities;
1 f lit* find C?!in? ? nocnfh????a .
------ II'-CUI VIHMIl^ tw^vuiv ?
with tbo usual variety of other nrticlc8. All
ol which will Vie sold low fur on?h.
J. D. SMITH A CO.
May 10. 1S.18 _ . 43 tf
Something Now at Old Pondloton
(?R OCEll 1ES7 (5ROCElllES!
rpili: I'NDEUSIGNED have established,
_i_ at this place, a
I'amiiy (liroccry Store,
For tlic purpose of accommodating the public
with CJKOCElllESat Anderson prices! Our
terms beinjr strictly cash or its equivalent,
enables us to oiler inducements not to be
found elsewhere. It is useless to enumerate
our ."Stock: suiliee it to nav, we have a comjiloto
iSkok of all kimls of (JOODS usually
kept in a Urooory Store.
\\"e will barter or pay tho highest cash
nrico for Produce, and the usual articles of
home manufacture and barter.
All wo ask is n fair trial!
JOHN T. SLOAN CO.
Pendleton, March 12, 1S.")8 34?tf
ALT* persons imlebtcd to the, Estate of Almon
Powell, deceased, must pay promptly,
and (hose having demands Against raid
win luiMKM uii-iii in inc; icgaiiy aueotcil.
ROB'T POWELL, Adni'r.
May a. ISSS d2_ 3m
Blue Ridge Railroad Company iu So- Co,
Al'IUL 22, 1858.
SU1JSC HI Br. US to the capital stock of this f'ompany
are herein* notified thai tlie FOUKTliUNTH
AND F1KTKUNTIt INSTALMENTS
upou Uic first Subscription, ami F1VK l'KR
("KNT. upon the amount of the socond Subscription,
arc required to lie paid as follows: Tlio
Fourteenth Instalment and five per cent on Second
Subscription on (lie 22d June next: tho
Fliocntli instalment on the July next.
Ily oitlcr: WM. II. PEKONNKAU,
May 12, 1868 43 10
A I,L persons indebted to the Kntnto of N.
x\_ 1'. Koohostcr, (Incensed, must make payment
; nnd those having demands against
miui tvijue win ronuertiumi to mo legal I v attested.
S. U. McFALL, Adm%r.
June 22. 1?58 40 4_
riMlOSE having demand* against the EaJL
late of A. l\ White, dccoascd, will render
them to mo legally attested, and nil thoro
indebted to said Estate must make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
W. W. WHITE, Adm'r.
June 7. 1858 47 3m
State or South Carolina,
Daniel Alexander ^
vs. Smninons in Parlil'.on,
jus. Alexander, et. nis )
IT nppcnring to mo thnt .Inmos Alexander, Win.
Durham and wife Molinda, iin<l Sully lloatncr,
defendants in this case, rcsido without tho
limits of this Stttto: It is ordcrcifthat they do
appear in the Ordinnry'a ofllcc, at Pickens G.
11., on Mond&y the. 4th day of October next,
and object to the division or salcof the Ileal Estate
of Thomas Alexander, deceased, or their
conacut to the same will he entered of record.
W. J. PAK8QNS, o.r.n.
Ordinary'!) Offieo, July 2, 18"i8 3m
rpiIE TiU'STKES of the above Institution
1 tnko pleasure in announcing to tho public,
that their School is now open for'the rcccption
of .Students, under the supervision of
an experienced Teacher, WM. M. IIEATII,
Esq. Kates of Tuition for the Primary clans
f\t \ * t> ^
yjv pur session oi iivo monins. for U ranimnr,
(ioograpby, Philosophy, Composition,
and everything pertaining to nn F.nglish Kducrttion,
per cession. For tlio Lnngnnge.i
ami the higher branches of M&tbtmutic*,
$15 UO per session.
J. E. IIAOOOD,
M. F. MITCHKLL,
M. M. NORTON.
Fob 1, 1S,r>8 CO tf
NKW STORE & NEW GOODS,
0*10 flllio from Jnrratf'N Ilrkigo,
Noartbe lload lending to Wnlhalla.
flMlB midersigned >vislt to inform their
I friends nnd the Rurrounding eonntry
mi?ini*fl 11 tr llw.t ll.?- : '
... ><> ? intj tuv nun a KOU
solccted Stock ot
fall and winter (*oo<n,
Boots and Shoo*, lints and Onpa, Crockery,
Hardware nnd Cutlery, Groceries, Mcdicines,
?tc., with almost ovtrv article usually kept in
ft country stnro; all of which will be sold low
for ounh ! Call ftnd *ec.
Wo will take in exchange for Goods, conntry
Cotton and Wool Homespun, Wool IIat?,
Dried Fruit, Venison limns, Haw lliden, I'eaa
licOBwax, Tallow, Honor, Ac.
j. m. alexander,
E. e. alexander.
not. 14,1887 10 ?f
PREMIUM COOKING STOVES,"
/AF nil nizos. with Wltllflllt 1 liillfitr.n-or?
VJ For Ftiio by XTl' VOKST,"
Opposite Vlnntor's Hotel, Wulh&Hn, S.C.
Atigttftt 0, 1W7 4 tf
J. H. VOIGT~
TIN' ANT) COlTEJtSMITII,
Wullmiiu, S. <1.,
I N FORMS his fricntln nnd th? public that
1 ho has engaged, a. competent CopporrMiih,
who has up\Yiud? ofi^frciUv vein* eiocripnte
in r'lic m;;nufact>?W^ of GLUTKK KKT
frtioturcil out of 00 ^SBhQSI^
his lino At shorMBtico. Tc mvTTWf!* r*fTP= a
Rotor* to tlifl fluYahiWy (>f hi? \rork.
August fi, 1857 . 4 '. tf