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THE STATE OF SOUTH CARODINA,
ANllKHSON DISTUIOT IN KQVITY.
Kxeklel I'ickcn*, ]
K/.ekiel 1?. Nob'.e, et. al. i Bill for Hnlo of I.itnriu
vs. f and Ncgrrfes. for DivisThomns
Jones lMekcns, I vi?iotv&o.
Maty )). Anderson, ct.nl. J
I)Y virtue of mi order from the Court of EquiJt#
ty. to mo directed, I will expose to stile, on
W?dncsduy tlto 7tli day of November next, (it |
Pendleton Villugft, tlic -Lnwl nml Negroes de- j
scribed in the nruceedinns of this enso, nf> a part
of tlio Pcrsonni nml Kenl Estate .of lv/.ekiol Pick- '
TUB COTTAGK Tit AO* OF LAND.
Containing Twelve Ilundfcd Acres mortfor loss,
which said land lie* on son oca River, three
miles west of Pendleton Village, and is hounded
by Inndi of Robert A. Maxwell, on the south*
. north and east l?y George U. Cherry, and west
by Sonecn llivor.
ONK TRACT OF LAND containing abont
Twelve Hundred Acre*, more or lean. Thin
Tract Iic3 tvt tlie foot of the mountain near Oconee
Station in Pickens District, and is lionndod
by lands of Klain Sliarpo, K?q., S. R. Me Fill I
and other?. x
Sixteen Sinvo*, to wit: Tobv, Charles, "Betty.
Tobias. (Jahriel. (an infant without unnie.) Pom-,
jtv, Loukv. Cufiiba. Polly. Loukv, ir.. Rchecoa.
Abrnm, Mary, William. and an infant.
TERMS OF SALE.
Tlio slaves on a credit of twelve months, \Yith
interest from (lute, tlie purchaser to give bond
with at least two good sureties?and the lands
on a credit of one and two years, in equul annual
instalments with interest from day ?>f salo.?
Purchasers to give bond with at least two good
securities, and to rooeive possession of the land
and slaves when tliese terms are complied with,
and to pay for all L>ocossarv papoi's.
A. O.'KORUIS, c.e.a.i).
C?>m'rs Office. Sopt. 5. 1800 0 til
J5S5y- Tim Keoweo Courier and Columbia
Sotif/i Carolinian will please copy once a weok
until day of sale and forward bill to mo.
A. O. Norrib. |
^IMIK Subscriber m the proprietor of a valnu1
miblo TRACT OF LAND. situate near
Wallmll?t on tlio HIue Ridge Railroad, cotituinin'x
Five Hundred Acros,
Fifty of which arc good Orcck nnil Rrnnoh Hottout.
There nro two H<itIlc?n?orits on the tract,
nml tbelnmli* ?U*<:eptihlo '?f division. I desire
to sell from Ono hundred und fifty to Four hundred
Aore?.on en?y terms. Apply by lettor to
mo at Wallmlla, or on the premise* (o
A. D. OAILLAUD.
Sept. 3, 1800 , 6 tim
The Carotiniidt will eonv in it* tri-!
weekly on Mondays, and in the thinner twice a
month ' for six months, and forward Will to me.
A . J > . 0._
LAND FOR SALE.
rilUK Subscriber will soil to the highest bhlI
der, nt I'ickeus Court House, on saleday in
October next, a
Tract of Land,
Containing Ono hundred Acres more or less,
adjoining lands of James Power, I). Orion and
other"', known a*? 'lie Cbesley Brock land. On
a credit until the 1st day of January next, with
note and approved security.
J. E. IIAGOOD.
Sept. 3. lftf>0 f> .1
WI I.I. ho. jydd. at tho Into re.-ddonco ??f .fa'ioz
.Junes. dncease l. ori Thursday ilio 27tli
September, iii?Uml.xa portion of tho IBcr.sosi- I
Hf Kjittuto <ifnaill doooasod. to wit: Hordes, j
II ??, Cattle and Shoop, about 100 bushel* |
Wheat, Oat*, largo Wagon. Ox Cart. Smith'*
Tout*, Funning implement*, Household and
Kitehen Furniture, and vurioti* othor articles. |
ft-gyTorius on dnv of nalo.
MAUY JOXKS. F.x'trix, !
JOKL 11. JONKS, Kx'tor.
Aug. 31; 1800 0 3 j
POWDER FOR SALE. j
rpiIK South Carolina Powdflr Mill**' Company j
JL offer for Palo, on pood terms. tlm f..II.
kinds of tt,?*iorior Powder, vis:
Common Blasting powdor per keg $4 ,
Brilliant- " " ' " f> '2'?
Common Mining " ' " 5 'J/>
Brilliant 14 " " " (> 2.">
Common Rifle " ' " 7 2/> i
Brilliant ' ' " " S 50
Where the keg is returned 25 cent*
will he deducted.
Addro?>* John Bou;ek <fe Co, Pickens Court
House, S, C.
WM. II. BOW EN. Agent.
Sopt. 7( I860 _ ?> tf
TAKE NOTICE I
A T.T. itrro'n
.... .......v, iMMUiiim til 11113 Illl/iil IM.YIiri
_/'V. PAYMENT without delay, as I expect to
leave the State soon, and must pay my own
debts. I had ratlusr do my own collecting; hut.
if / uiinnot collect, an officer will do it fur me
The ilobt* due S. II. JOHNS it CO. must he
olo?ed up forthwith, under tTie same penalties,
if default of payment is made.
I have a z'?od TRACT OF LAND, containing
Throo hundred and Seven Acres, thirty cleared
and the balanco woodland, -.ear Bachelor's Botreat,
on tho mod leading to Pendleton, which
I desire to sell. The tract is situatod in one of
tho host sections id tho district, and makes corn
drouth or no drouth. The terms arc one, two
and three years; the purchase money and inter
e*t to bo -A*ell neoured. If not disponed of boforo,
I will nell it At auction lit VickoiiH 0 II, on
3alcd?v I? October next. A bargain can bo
Anguntfi. 18G0 2 tf
THE mfDwluer will hcII nt private eulo on
good tennc. a /
Valuable Tract of Land,
Situated in Pickens District,' on fiio wnthru of
Ohoentoo creek, near- Bachelors' liotrent, con'Ininiiig
Five Huiulicif Acres more or Iohs. Tlio
tract in improved, vritli about thirty notes of bottom
land mereon. There >iro #>od fchool* and
churches convenient. Pur tiart'u'ulnr*. annlv to
o: W. 1'1ULLU>&
Col<>r*el's Fork Po. An;?. 22, 18G0 4-tf
NEW LAW FIRM*'
VVfTfT t WIT V fQ
ATTQ9IM-IKV-? AT LAW.
TMIB undersigned lirtving formed <* copartnership
1 tmdrVtho mimeand sty lo of KEITH k WILKES,
nntl vriU attend promptly to nil business entrusted
to tliem for fhe DiMnofs of Abbeville, Anderson,
Pickens. Oreenvllle, Spartanburg and Laurens.
Mr. Keith will praotlc* In thfc Equity Courts In
Their nflSft* in Na ft ttvlnV R?, Ifro A nf1o??aAri I
C. II., 8. C.
E. M. Krith, wabnr.h D. wii.kem.
Aug 14. 1800 4 1 y
'j'nB uuUcinlgned will dovote Motself entirely
1 to the practice of T*w tnJ Equity on . 4he
Western Circuit. Mr. IIad&k* ia liia partner at
ftcksns. . JAMKfl L. <)HH.
, AaUernou C. 11., May 10, i860 42-1/
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THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
William Hunt, 1
\? > Bill for Partition, &c.
Samuel M, HunCict. nls. J
UNDKU a deorc'o of tho Court of Bqulty, inndo
in this CB80 HI Chambers, tho Commissioner 1
will sell to (tie highest bidder, (it 1'ickcnu Court i
House, on Saleday in October next, tho
Valuable Roal Estate
Of tlie late Charles Hunt, deceased, nituato in tlic !
District iiml State aforesaid. lo wit;
Tract No. 1, containing Two Imudi'ed and Sevetity-livo
Acres, known as the Home place, and
lying on Little Ueaverdain creek, adjoining lands
of It. ft. Harris, No. 2, It. 0. Triblo, Jordan
Hums and others.
Tract No. 2, containing Two hundred and Sixtynine
Acres, and adjoining Nos. 1,,3, 4, Win. Iliuit
Tract No. 3, containing One hundred and Thirty I
Acres, and adjoining Nos. 2, 4, 6, S. Hrown, It.
Holcontbo and others.
Tract Not 4, containing One hundred find Four
Acres, and adjoining Nos. 2, 8, Win. S. Woolbrighi,
W. Hairy and It. It. Harris.
Tract No 5, containing One hundred and Klglityseven
Acres, and adjoining Nos 8, 4, 15. Holcombe,
II I I ~.ll...n- 1 '<
is. u utiuvuni iuiu uuiers,
Tract No t>, on (,'onerosn crock, containing One
hundred and Forty-two Acres, and adjoining T. C
Magec, Lucinda Grant, Livingston and others.
Tract No 7. on Oonoross creek, containing Two
hundred and Highly Ac res, and adjoining 1$. 1$
Harris, F. W Kilpntrick, llcv. Win MoWhorter and
Tract No 8, containing One hundred and Two
Acres, and adjoining \V. 1 I avlcs, 11. B. Harris,
Kilpntrick and others. ''
Tract No 9, containing Three hundred and Fifty
nine Acres, adjoining W. \V Abbott, Samuel :
Brown, F.stato pf Cleveland and others.
Tract No 10, oil Oonoross creek, containing Five I
hundred and One Acres, and adjoin in or J. J. Coatns. I
D. 8. Taylor, Fitzgerald or Benson.
Tract No 11. containing Four hundred find
Twenty-seven Acres,* find adjoining J. Davis, \Ym.
llurdett, M. H Morgan anil others.
Flats of thoso several tracts have been made and i
are on tile in my olliec, for the inspection of tho.se 1
These lands are valuable are situate in a desirable
section of country, are somewhat improved,
and there is thereon considerable quantities of
TERMS OF SALE.
On ft credit of one. two and three years, with
interest from the dnv of snl? il>? !
which arc to be paid in cash. The purchaser or
purchasers to enter into bort'l to the Commissioner, |
with at least two Rood and .sufficient sureties, for j
the payment of the purchase money, and pay extra v
KOB'T. A. THOMPSON, C.K.IM>.
Com'm Office. flopt. 0. 1.800 0 !
TLIK STATIC OK SOUTH CAROLINA,
in KQt'lTY l'lCKKSS.
Joseph S. Gnsnwnv, ]
by his next friend, |
vs. ; . j- Dill for Partition.&c.
T'tos. U. finsnwny, ct.nls. I
XT N I) Ml ti deorctnl order of the Court of K>|J
tiity. in this o?sm. I will sell to the highest
bidder, at Pickens C. II, on salcdny in October
IS V.\ S, ESTATK
Described in the bill, as follows :
One Tract of Laud, situate, lying and being
in Pickens District, containing Three hundred
Acres more or less, and adjoining lands of Win.
Ballinger. Kstatoof Samuel Addis, and others.
T<:rm.< <>!' Suit?On a credit of one year with j
interest, except the costs which are t > be paid
in cash. The purchaser to gi\e bond to the i
Commissioner, with gotid surety, and pay extra
HOB'T. A. THOMPSON, C.e.p.D.
Qotn'r.i Office; Sept o. 18(10 6 4 *1
TUE ST ATI?) 01? SOUTII CAROLINA,
is' V.IJI ITY?t'lOKKNH.
C. It. Bunker, Assignee, ) . ,, ,
? I ti> foreclose
Richard Isxortoll arid al. j Moitguge.
' | iiih i/'diirt i)t Jvpiitv, lit Juno Term. 1HQ0.
I J. by dcorce, ordered the Commissioner to sell
I to tho highest bidder, at Pickens Court House.
' <?n Sulci'ay in October next, tlio
| ' LOT OP LAND
And buildings thereon. described in said bill of
foreclosure. viz :
One Lot nf Land, in tho town of Walhalhi,
fronting nn Maine-street one hundred and five
foot more or loss, and in depth on John-street
four linti'lred m l twenty loot more or less, being
the same premises whereon Alex. Williams
'/< / ?j.t nf Si'-.?Tho c >sts of this unit and
the sum of 27. must ho paid in cash on tho
dnv nf sale, Tlio ,l>:i|anee on a credit until the
1st day of March.' l?itj3 ; to he iooureJ by the
blind of the purchaser given to the CommissionOr.
with at least two goo I suroties, to secure
mo payment 01 tno purchase money. I'urohu- j
cor to pay extra for titl6, and receive it when
the terms of *nle ftrc c tmtSlieri \7ith.
llOli'T. A. THOMPSON, c.t.r.n. I
C/nrt'i* Office. S*pt. & tHQQ ft 4
TIIK STATUS OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
I'lUKKNS? IN EQUITY.
J. W. Gray. Master in Kqoity, ) t() Foroolo8C
J. li. Fischosnor. j
BY virtue of a decretal onler directd to mo
from tho Court of K>piity. I will sell to the
bidder, at Pickens C. II, orj Suleday in
October next, tho
Lots of Land
And building* thereon, dosorihed in the pleading!'
in this case. to wit: j
i>ots Nos. 9 and 40. situate in tho Town of
Wullmlla, ami fronting on Main-streot, betweon
1>. Biemann's and tho Post-office, containing
One and one-half Acres more or less, being Iho
fame promises now in the possession of A. Fischessor.
Terms of Sale?A credit of twolve months will
bo extended, with interest from (lay of sale, oxcept
the costs oi this suit and sftle, which must
ho paid in cash." The purchaser to give bond
to tiio Commissioner, with two good and sufficient
sureties, to secure the payment of tho purchase
monev. Purchaser to pay extra for title, j
JtOBT. A. THOMPSON, C.B.P.6.
Com'rs Office, Sept. .*>. I860 0 4 |
THK8TATK OP SOUTH CAROLINA, j
It. C. Craig |
vm I Bill to Foreclose Mortgage.
K. M. Keith, ot.ali) !
I >Y virtuo of u dedi'Wnl :?r<lt?r of the Court of
\y Kquity ?! --<;to?l to me, i > thin dime. I will I
pmceori to hoII to (lie liighu.it bidder, at Pickenn
Court limine,' on Snledwy in October next, the
VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND,
Described in the plondingi", nnnioly :
One Ti'nflt of Lntid, nituato, lying nnrt being
in Pickons District, on tlio went side of Keoweo |
inver, near ricxens village, containing 'three
Hundred nnd Sixtv-Acres more or less. and
bounded by lands of Col. Jepthn Norton, H. A.
II. Gibson nnd othors.
Thore in about Forty Acres of Iliver Bottom
on this Tract.
TERMS OF SALE?The premisos will bo
sold on a credit of twolve month*, with interest
from the duy of sfilo ; excent h sufficiency to p?y
tho costs of suit nnd r.'jo, which must be paid in
cnsh. The purchaser to give bond to the Coin- '
misslone*, with two or moro good sureties, to J
ncvuru vim |)*ytneni <?i ine parenave mnnoy.?
Purchaser to pay extra f<?r titfof, and receive
them when the terms of tlio sale nro complied
ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, c.t.r.u.
Com'rw. Office, Sept. 1. I860 ft td
HIDES AND BARK
WILL ME BOUGHT AT FAIR PRICES
by . J. h. N. SMITH.
Tan Yard. Jan 4.
NKATtV DONK AT THK COURIER OFFICE.
AT PRIVATE SALE,
ONE OF TUB HANDSOMEST and most
do A) ruble pluccH in tlio country. " West
lJnio?," nettled 1?v Col. tiritthnm, containing
FIVE HUNDRED AND TWKNTV-FIVE
ACRES, with the growing crop, Is otiVred at !
private sale. It is near tlio flourishing Town j
of Wnlhalhi. nnd immodintelv at tho
On tho Hluo llitl^e Itullrond. Tho dwelling fa
suitable fur u Hotel, and much of tho Tmot
could ho out up into Lot* nnd sold at high rates.
Tho outbuildings arc pood ami numerous, and
in first rule repair. The farm was never in
1 irtt J - w fl . ? i~\-~ * '
uvuni u<MKiik.n>ii. vju tuc premises, is u lino
OIICIIAKD of the host fruit.
Will bo Hold, in tlit) same way, twenty head of
Cattle, fifty lieatl of Hog#, twelve Sheep, five
Horses anil Mules, Wagons, Farming Tools,
Wheat, live, Oats, Fodder, fee.
tfi-iT" Terms made easy.
Apply oil the premises, or address
C. SA1I I.MANN.
Walhalla. Sept. 1, 1800 5 tf
Tho Charleston Courier will pnlilish
threo weeks. Munduv nml I*Viiln? i
Wednesday in tlio tri-weekly paper. Anderson
Gazette nn<l Jlfuc L'itli/e llcruhl will copy threo
wceka >\11<I forward l>ill to C. S.
VnliiuMc LiukIm an?l You'll I.ots !
rpiIK GHUMAN SKT'l'LKMKNT SOCIKTY
JL OF Oil AULISSTON olFor for f>nlc tho following
valuable Tracts ami Lots of Land, situnte
in 1'ickunH District, to wit:
The l ull Tract,
Or No. 1, containing Sixteen Hundred nnd
Forty Acres. On the premises, thero is a Merchant
Mill. Saw Mill. Throshing Machine,
Turninji Lathe, Cotton Gin. firstrate lhvclli
ami'good out houses. The Water Power on this
tract if superior to any in the State. The Land
lies on both sides nf Little Uivor, adjoining Col.
lJurnett, -leptha Norton. Uankin and others.
Tract No. 2, containing Threo Hundred and
Sixty-live Acres, having thereon a stnull water
r..n t _ " ....
on. nun unjoining . i.w>, 1, Uupt. Kobins ami
Tract Xu. 21, containing Two Hundred and
Ten Acre.*, adjoining II. \V M 1J<ami othors.
Tract N* >. L5, containing One Hundred and
Ninety-three Acroft. adjoining Hoggs, Crenshaw
Tract No. 1 . containing Two Hundred and
Forty Acres, adjoining lands of von llollcn and
Tract N't. ll?, containing Two Hundred and
Six Acres, adjoining von Hollcn and others.?
New |f"i>n meeting-house is on this tract.
Tract No. 17. containing.Two Hundred Acres,
adjoining No. 10 and others.
i nu;t ?N<>. r.1, containing Two Hundred and
TwI^yAcre.-1, adjoining Until/., Ucnnike and
Tract No. 20. containing Two Hundred and
Ten Acres, adjoining trivet No. '. Huntz and
Tract No. 21, containing Two Hundred and
Twenty Acres, adjoining C'apt. L. N. liobins
We will sell in the Town of Walhalla. N1NK
AC UK LOTS and TWF.NTY ONK HALF
ACRE LOTS. For the above Tracts of Land
iiiiu ino.-c LiutSj \vc cun make good warrantee
| Wo will sell the following Lands around WnlliuIIu.
fir which unwarranted titles only will he
made, as follows :
, Tract No. 64. containing One Hundred and
Eighteen Acre*, adjoining J I. Fujcn, Fisher
Trnet No 01. containing Eighty-four Acres,
adjoining (J. Oordes, Jacob Bnsch an<l others.
Tract N i r>2. containing Eighty-two Acres,
ad).lining Jiiooh Busch and others.
Tract No 0.'5. containing Ninetv-six Acre<?.
| Als , Tract No 01, containing Ninety seven
I Acres. These Tracts are situ ufi on the i'ickens
j Koad, west of 1'lat Uoek Master Ground.
I Tract No, 07. containing Eighty-two Acres,
! adjoining John Ilousknmp, J Buscli and others.
Tract No. OH, containing Eighty-one Acres,
j adjoining John llouskainp, McKay and others.
Tract No, 00. containing Eighty-two Acres,
t adjoining S. Hunko? and others.
| True! No 70, containini; Ninetv-nine Acres.
adjoining S. Uunkcn and other*.
j Tract No 71, containing Kighty-one Acres,
adjoining S. llunken and others.
Cfej?" Those Tracts and Lot" of Lands will be
j Hold at. WaUmlln, on.the third Thursday (lHth)
I in October next, at public auction. Persons
I wishing to purchase before that tiino, at private
j sale, or wishing any information touching these
Lands will call on the President or Secretary,
Tho Soi'ui3 r.rc one-fourth eft0'*?tho bfcjnnnp
in ono. two and three years, with interest, secured
by bond and security.
II. l\ TIIODE, President.
.T. M. IIencken. Seot'y.
August (i, 1860 2 10
nine Kid^c Knilroad.
C^AItS on ihclllne Hidgo Kuilrond leave I'enJ
dleton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
dayH, at 15 minutes before 4 o'clock, A. M. On
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 1 o'clock,
Anderson on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays immediately after the cars arrive
from Helton in tho niorninir. On Tuesdays.
Thurtnluys and Saturdays, on tho arrival of tho
cars from Columbia.
Sopt. H. 1800 G tf
IIIuu Ridgit litiilroud Co., in So. u.
('n,Viii.i;.s/i>x, February 9. 18(10.
Subscribers to tph'capital stock op
this Company ore horeby notified that Instal|
ments on the tf&tfood Subscription aro required to
bo paid an follows, vis:
hleTcntli and Twelfth Instalments on the 9th
Thirteenth Instalment on tho 9th June.
Fourteenth Instalment on the 0th August.
Fifteenth Instalment on the 9tli October ntoxt.
By ordor \V. II. PKUONNF.AU, Treasurer.
I SHERIF F'S SALES.
B\' virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias to me directed,
will be sold boforc tho Court House, in
Pickens District, within the legal hours, on the first
Monday and Tuesday in October noit,
On Tuesday after Salcriay, at the house of Thos.
Tomkins, one Still and Stands, levied on as the
property or James K. Howard at the suit of Samuel
()no bay horse, 1 two-horse wagon; also, on
Tuesday alter Saleday, at defendant's lioune, 4
head of cattlo, 7 still stands, '2 head or hogs 1 beehire,
2 empty whlnkoy barrels, 8 kegs, 1 still cap,
1 clock; some household furniture, &o., levied on
as tho property of J. C. O'llriant at Hie suit of D.
A. and T. M. Alexander, Adm'rs., and others.
Tho interest of Wm. Kothel in 494 acres of land,
adjoining Wagner', II. Quurles and others, levied
on as his property, at the suit of Abel Williams and
Ono negro gbl named Pliillis, levied on as tho
ytroptrly of F. N. Garvin at the suits of Davi.i T.
IJVIIAIIU UIIU UIIICIB,
One bay mare, levied on an the property of J.
R. Hunnlcutt, at the suit of J. J. 0. llightower.
Term*, cash ; purchasers to pay for papers.
W. N. 0UAIG, ?.r.r>.
Bept 6. TWO 6 \4
Application wui bo made to the Legislature
at its ne*t session for nr. not to incorporate
the " Walhalla iliflemon and Society,"
August 0, 1800 2 3m.
Plan of Pendleton.
V* fli1 'jii c
tMi *_ ,
C0080 8 A "^pIORE '
"?t"[7 ^ <% -Yr
ToCAl*^ 'i?. *o?*t0sr??
PtNDUTON _ I?IP08T
hotel ^ orrioc
1 ? J,B.E.SLOAN. j
J. B. E. SLOAN & CO.,
AT 1'iiN DLMTON,
i A Rfi continually adding to their already
I xV. lar^e nnd varied asnortuiont of
DRY GOODS, (!ROOElllKS, &C.
Wo now have on hand nnd n nfV.?r;.w, ft? i
sale low fur cash, or to punctual persons on
time, nn clognut assortment of
lawse*' smkihss r;oons,
. A nice lot of Ready-ma 'c Clothing,
100 dozen Ilose nnd A llo?o,
40 " Linen Handkerchiefs.
I 30 pioccsof Jaconott Muslins and Cambrics.
! 40 " Swiss Muslin,
l 130 " Calico,
! I *>00 pairs of Shoes and B tots, in every variety ; '
i 1501) dollars worth of Hardware,
| A large lot of Tin Ware,
| " " " " Hats,
" " " " 1 loop Skirts,?
I " " " " School Bonks.
I)lUr(5S AND MKDIUINHS.
JUST RECK IV El),
300 Callous of good Molastes,
1 Tierce Hieo,
1 lot of Coftee.
In fact we keep everything to be found in a j
country or village Store.
. live us a call. No ehftrge for showing.
We take in exchange for Goods nil kinds of |
Produce, including Kggs, Chickens, Hotter and I
Mav 1 I. IStj!) 41 IT
THE PENDLETON HOTEL,
i rjUlK Subscriber takes pleasure in informing i
j x hi* friends and the public, that lie lias ta- I
I ken charge of that largo and commodious House '
! in thfc Tillage of
I I To intends to keep a first class house, and
j invites the travelling public and his friends to j
! give him a call. Amongst the comforts and I
1 conveniences added, is that of a Heading Hoom,
i where the latest papers may be consulted.
A. li. HOW DEN.
J Feb 2.1800 27 __ tf
L AiVS) FOR SALE, j
f I'M IK Subscriber offers for salo his desirable 1
1 TRACT OK LAND.
Containing Two Hundred and Seventy-five
Acres, situate in Pickens district, on waters of j
Richland Creek, six miles oast of Walhalla.
The Blue Ridge Railroad rnns through a part |
of the Land. There arc about Seventy-live
acres in cultivation. 2."> acres of which is good
branch Bottom. The place is in good ropair,
with lirstrute dwelling anil out-houses. The i
j land uncleared is good upland. The farm U
near a School and two good churches. Method- !
ist and Presbyterian. It can be bought low for I
cash. Call at Colonel's Fork and vou can see !
me. W.M. DICKSON, Jr.
July 10. 1MQ0 A2 tf_
BLUE RIDGE HOUSE,
Pendleton, S. C.
rpiIE SUJiSl'VlHEU, who hnft had sevornl
I years .experience in Hotel business. (having
been sole proprietor of tlie Williamston
.Springs Hotel for nine years,) is now proprietor
ol the ULL'E IIIDOE HOUSE, wlioro ho will j
bo glad to fee nil his old friends and patrons '
and also the travelling public. His house will '
be provided with everything necessary for a
well-kept house,both from the sea board markets |
and surrounding country, and his Bar with
choice Wines, Li(WiorB and Cigars. Ho has
good servants, an.I every attention will bo paid
to bis guests to render their sojourn agreeable.
The good society of l'ondleton Village?the proverbial
crood .health of its iiilmliilmiN?!???..?
c-.nl ?votor ? >>' ?T(ii-in<r atmosnhero?its prox- '
inut.y to tho mountain* and its accessibility by j
Railroad, all contribute to make it one of* the
best summor resorts in tho upper country. Per- j
sons arriving here on th? curs, and wishing to I
visit tho mountains or any other point of the !
surrounding country, can be accommodated with |
good conveyances and careful drivers from the j
Livery Stable kept here.
.t. w. conn.
May 15, lROQ 42 _tf!
PLOWING MADE EASY
For tho Man and Light for tho |
I HAVE recently purchased tho Right, for j
Pickens District, of tho Adams it Co's. cele- j
bruted Patent Plow Stock. This plow stock is ;
of Georgia invention, and is being used, goner- !
ally, nmongst tho best planters of that State.?
It is tho common stock, with concavo Foot and
i Rod and Heel-pin combined in one *, and tho
different plows are attached to the Stock upon
the principle of that of attaching the bayonet to
>l?l. - C>.. -1- 1 -
uiu ii. x ut; oiock, wnen mauc ot ash. weighs
12 poundf ; made of white-oak, 10 pound*.
t consider it fur superior to nny Stock I have
ever seen, cliiofl v on account of its combination :
of lightness and strength. I will scon com- I
menco making thorn, and will deposit thorn at i
tho different plaoos of re?ort in tho District. I j
will sell Plantation Rights for $1.25 each. To |
persons who only work one horse I will sell the '
Right for 75 cents.
I will send a specimen Stock to Pickens C. j
II.. PickonsviJIe, Walhalla and Poudloton, in a ,
J. W. CRAWFORD. |
! Cot.ii SrRi.vo. Pickens District,
May 23; 1800 40 it
kT.i.1 " I
I'PLICATION will bo made to the Legislature, |
; /V at it? noxt ?ession, for an aot to inoorporato '
Hioliland (Presbyterian) Church, in Pickens district i
Aug. 0, 1860 2 .%?
ALL PKR80N8 interested in the Kstate of John
Couoii. decoasod, especially tlio heirs-at-luw of
KUeuder linker, deceased, (formerly Couch) are
hereby notified to coine forward and receive their
dintributlva shares in said Instate \ otherwise, we
shall" reftiAo to pay interest on said shares any
MARY A. COUCH, \ Admi'x.
ROB'T. COUCH, / Admi'r.
Sept. 6. 18A0 0 8m
hettfa~ ?. f n?t?grj-- -i/mi-i..
a iixj oinii'i ur null i ll U:\IIOIjINA,
PICK KNS DISTRCT.
NOTICK is horebv given that from nnd nftor
three months from this (into, I will
transact- business generally in rny own name,
an 1 in ton, at that time availing myself of the
1 provisions of the law making " femes covorw"
1 free dealers. ?n
I RIIODA MAL'LDIN,
I Wife of Maulton Mauhlin of the place aforesaid. |
Aug. 9, 1860 2 3ro*
GOOD BAltG A INS1
IN" GOOD LANDS & MILLS
C1AN be had by culling on the subscriber, as
> 1 intend to pay my debts, and nrrnngo my
business so us to devoto mynolf entirely to my
trado. To tliis end, I oflbr my
With Two Hundred and Einrhtv.thr??> nf I
Land, with tho host Water I'owor in tho Din- !
trlct, nml Thirty aeron of good crock bottom. I
Also. nrijoining this, n tract of Ninety acres of
good land, with a good Saw Mill in tmcccsRful
operation, and in less than half mile of the tine
of tho Hlue llidgo Railroad.
Also, adjoining tho above tract, Twelve IIuudrcd
and Fifteen acres of well timbered land.
Also, on Cane Greek, above Maxwell's Mills,
One Hundred and Forty acres, with six acres
Also, on Little River, five miles below tho
Falls. Three Hundred and Thir'y eight acres,
with about twenty acres good bottom.
Fo.'.all of the above Lands I have warrantee
title, and therefore will mako such. I want
cash in a short time for one fourth, and one J
fourth in twelvemonths; and 1 will give any j
indulgence on the balance, well secured with I
annual interest. For further particulars call on
or address me at Martin's Creek 1' 0, Pickens !
District, S C.
M. R. 11UNNICUTT. I
Dec 23. 1859 22 ?r I
JUST R1CB1VBD BV TUB LAST STB A MB It,
At Hfo. 61, IVfaiu Street,
(IN ADDITION TO OUlt FOltMKR STOCK.) j
4 1JEAUTIFUL lot of Amorican ami Kng- j
jl\_ lis'i I'riuts. A'^o, a few rich ami elegant j
patterns of Summer Muslin and French Calicoes,
expressly fur the Summer trade.
Having on hand an usual supply, but being
awake, us heretofore, to the wants of our trade,
wo have added 2000 pounds BACON, clean ^
Sides Mid Shoulders, of the best quality, which I
will be sold on reasonable terms for cash. Give j
us a call.
W. TI. DEXDY A CO.
AVallmlla, Juno 18. 18t>0 47 tf
"T^VKHYONR CAN BK SUITKD, AS WE
1 j have on hand and rcccive every month
FOR MONUMENTS, SLABS,-TOMBS
HEADSTONES OF ALL SIZES
And as chonp as can bo bought anywhere, with
Cut lotters, 3 1-2 cents each, liaised letters,
20 cents each; and the letters out Jeep and
We have secured the services of Mr. JOIIN i
C. C11KIIHY as our Ageut, who will do all that j
can be done to give cotiie satisfaction. All !
liilsinnsR triinenntnil ' '
? ? ?- ,, j mi) " 111 ??. hhiiiuu in
LPiAVKLL & WHITE.
_M a rob 20, 1800 __ 33 tf
4t A Tiling of Bl<>auty is a Joy Forever."
I WOULD respectfully inform the public that
I am prepared to take AMBllOTYPES,
MELAINOTYPES, &c.. in the best stylo of tho
art. Also portraits neatly lilted in Lockets.
Breastpin*, &?.. all on the most reasonable j
terms. None but good portraits will be allowed
to leave my establishment. Oivo me c call.
II. A. II. GIBSON.
Pickens C. II.. Jul v 10. 1800 50?tf
HTHIE undersigned having purchased the
JL MILLS formerly owned by Col. John A. I
Easley, deceased, three miles east of Pickens j
0. II., is prepared to till orders for LUMBER,
finished or unfinished; Sash, Blinds, Pannol
Doors, or anything in that line, at short notice,
and on the most reasonable terms. lie is determined
to carry on the. business in all its branches,
and persons wishing anything of the kind, !
are assured their orders will meet with prompt j
attention. Orders should bo addressed to tho j
undersigned. He respectfully solicits a share '
of public oatronage. i
M. F. MITCHELL,
January 20, 1800 20 tf
Como and got your WatchRopaired
I "WOULD respectfully inform my
friends and the public generally,
lit ^ have located myself at Pick^2^^*gfl&ens
Court House, and that 1 will
repair WATCHES, CLOCKS and JKWELKY,
gonerally, at the shortest notice. All thorough
repairing warranted 12 months. Give mo a
I also have on iiuud a nunc slock <>f JEWELUY
whiftii ? ;n Kr>
, v.. ..... K/v ov.uu.? ICIIII.^
II. A. II. GIBSON.
Jan 20. 18GO 20 tf
jflEHlClli CilUD. " I
Dlt. 0. II. SYMMES having completed his
Collegiate courso, offers his Professional
services to his friends an-i tlie public generally.
Will bo prompt in bis attention to bis patrons.
His ofRco will bo fouud with i?r. M. L. Sharps
in tho brick building adjoining Store of late E.
11. 15onson & Son.
l'endleton, Mav 12. 1800 41 tf
FOR GOOD BARGAINS
GOOD AND 4 111/A1* ttOODM.
COME TO WALIIATjLA !
rilllK undersigned has just returned from
I Charleston, where he lias purchafod one of
the most complete
STOCK OF GOODS
Ever before brought to this place. The variety I
is great, therefore, enumeration is practically
impossible. IIo has
Both for Ladien and Gentlemen's wear.
ic A:\DY rriADK CLOTHING},
Of the various sizes and patterns, cut and mode
on in the latost style.
Boots ana Show*. TT?t? n?rl
In great variety, and of tho latest pattern find
Honneta, lilblmiiH, Ac.
My stock of Hardware, (ilassware, Cutlery,
Ac. is large, and will comparo fuvorabiy with
0 HOC Kill ES
Of ovory description, fresh. ami a lino eupply on
, Goods will ho bartered for Produce and articles
in this line, on tbe very best terms.
My GOODS bave been bought with oare and
at tho loweat prices. This enables mo to offer
onoof tho best stocks in tho country, on the most
no'commuuaiinK icrms. oxnmino my stock,
and try mo. I <<m bound to sell.
I). HI J'MANN.
I*. S. My liar is stocked with the choicest
Wines and Liquor*, and is opou at nil proper
times. 1). II.
Walhnlln. April 20, 1 ftW) .50 if
J. H. VOIGHT,
Yin IUm???lhctiis?ek* & Repairer
W AMI AM, A, 6. C.,
WILL gire strict Attention to all business entrusted
to ?is cure. Terms the moat reasonable.
.Ian. 12, 184? 2ft tf
- . ,, ?
' ? A W (b a t? A T E S. _
J8*ay- Wo havobecn uuthoi'ir.ed to announce Col.
A. 1,. DEA1UNG a Candidate for MAJOlt GKNKllAL,
1st Division, S. C. M., to fill the vacancy
occasioned by the resignation of Maj. Gon. A. M.
The friends of Col. KM MKT SKIBLES respectfully
announce hiln ft candidate for MajorGencrnl
of tho 1st Division of South Carolina
Militia, to fill tho vaenhey Occasioncd by tho rcsignaii(.n
of Gen. A. M. Smith.
BttT The friends of Mrtj. SPARTAN 1). GOODI.KTT
respectfully announce him n candidate for'
Major-General of tho 1st Division of South Carolina
Militia, to fill tho vacancy occasioned by thd
resignation of Gen. A. M. Smith;
FOR CONGRESS. .
The friends of Col. JOHN f). ASHMORR
respectfully arnounce liim iv candidate for rc-clcolion
to Congress, at tlic ensuing election;
FOR THK LEGISLATURE.
?r5T The friouda of MICAII MILLER nh=
nouncc him n candidate for tho Legislature, at
tlic next election.
Tho friends of MOSES HENDRICKS respectfully
nnnounco him a candidate for the Legislature
at tho ensuing election.
Tho frier of Maj. J. C. MILLER lieg
leave to announce him a candidate ior the Legislature,
at the ensuing election.
flf^yThe many friends of E. 1*. VERNER, Esq.|
respectfully announce him a cundidato for the
Legislature at the ensuing election.
fiklrf-Tho friends of JEREMIAH LOOPER beg
leave to announce him a candidate for tho Legislature,
at tho next elect ion.
J&jTTho friends of Z. O. PULLIAM, Esq., respectfully
announce hint a candidate, for the Legislature.
at the ensuing election.
DttrTho friends of Maj. ROR'T. MAXWELL
respectfully announce him a candidate for re-election
to the Legislature, at the next election.
WM. C. KEITH,
A T T O It N E Y A T L A W ,
\\flliL attend promptly to all business entrusted
i* to his care in the Districts comprising the
W Astern Circuit. Jflico at 1'ickens C. If.
Dee 5, 18f>0 i!0 tf
PART LOW'S LIVERY STABLES, *
RIDE WELITAND CHEAP!
HAVING inado new arrangements for thrf
present year, tho subscriber respectfully
informs bis friends and the public generally that
bis well furnished nnd well rcgulnted
Anderson C H, Williamston, Pendleton
Are now open nnd always prepared to nccommo date
tlio tra\oling public with either Ilorsesor
Vehicles, at th< ortcst notice. The following
is his scale of prices:
IIor.se per dny, $1.50; Ilorsc nnd Buggy, $2.
50 Horse and Top liuggy, $i).00. Two llorso
Vehicles. with drivers, in the same pr<%ortion.
Jtorsr.s Hoarded.?Single feed, 40 ccnts ; per
lay. $1.00; single month, $15.00 ; by the year*
$150.00, to be paid monthly.
Omnibus. Faro to or from any rosidenco in
town, AO cents ; children. 25 ccnts.
Thaukful for the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed on me, a continuance of the same is
Suitable lots for stock of all description can
be had at each place, on application to my
agents. Mr. Newton Scott has charge of my
Stables at Anderson; Mr. .Tames L. Evfttt at
Pendleton, and Messrs. Kchler <fc Jlollos at Wili
liamston, who will bo found accommodating and
j uttoiUive to customers.
Juno 25, 1800. 48 tf.
THE PICKENS ACADEMY.
rpiIK TRUSTEES of this Institution liavo the
JL pleasure of announcing to the community,
that they have obtained tho services of Mr.
J. "\V. Philpot, as a Teacher for tho ensuing
year. His qualifications and character are such
as to commend him to parents and guardian?}
who have children and wards to educate.
tim ?ill ? - !_ - ? - -
?..x. jv.u. v..ii uu uiviucu inio sessions 01 five
months ? \ch, nnd thof?e entering the School will
be charged for the full quarter, unless different
Arrangements are made with tho Teacher.
TERMS l'ER SESSION.
Primary brauches, Reading Writing and Arithtic
The above, with English Grammar and
Geography, ' 7 50
t Philosophy, Chemistry. II ifftory. 10 00
I Higher branches of Mathematics and
Latin, 15 00
The School will open on Monday the 10th day
of January, I860.
J. K. HAGOOD, |W. K. IIOLCOMBE,
W. C. KKITII. |.IOS. J. NORTON,
; llOIVT. A. THOMPSON,I Trustees.
Dec. 13. 1859 21 tf.
JQS. J. NORTON, '
ATTORNEY AT I.AW,
Solicitor in Equity.
PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C
Jan. 1. 1858 25 tf
j A. FISCHESSER,
Watchmaker au?l Jeweller,
| W ALII ALL A, S. 0.,
HAS received nt his stand on Main-street; rt
largo and beautiful assortment of
I Watches and Jewelry,
j Which is offered very low to his friends and tho
: trading public.
I REPAIRING, in nil its branches, done in
' a most workmanlike manner, and with drHnatch.
All work warranted.
June 22. 1860 47_ f
H. FA JEN,
A T W A LIIALLA, S . C . ,
IS now roeeiving a splendid assortment of
For Ladies and Gcntlemnn's Wear,
lie also has on liwirl tl<? *
__ ...ivca vnosiilllTK I1IKI
Linens, for tho Spring Mid Sommer; together
with many other articles not necessary to mention.
Mr. Fajen continues tho Tailoring Business
in all its branches, and respectfully solicits ?
share of public patronago.
_May }2. 1859 42
1st Brio. 1st 1)iv. S. C. M., Grebnvii.me, S. C.
ACCORDING to orders from Head Quarters
an Election is hereby ordered to be hold
according to law, at the Regimental Parado
Grounds of the Kogimonts comprising this Brigadb,
on the 27th day of September noxt. for
tUAiiuu KllAL, to co.iu aw nd 1st Division,
S. C. M., nnd to fill vacancy occasioned by resignatlpn
of Miyor Gonernl Smith. The result
of said Election will bo forwarded to this ofljee
immediately thoreaftor. Colonels commanding
tbo respective Regiments are charged with (no
extension of this order.
W. K. KASLEY, Brig. Gen.
II. X?RK Tiirubton, Brig. Mty.
Aug. 2.180? 2 td
APPLICATION will be made to the Legislature
at ita next Session for a charter fur
a Turnpike lloftd; said road to commonce at :
IlinkleV Mills, in Pickens District, and inter- i
rect with a'l'urnpikeat the North Carolina line, 1
on Bock Creek. The said ?-oad to bo known M 1
it . <rv.? r%- ? * "
I v??ne *oa * reneh Broad Turnpike.
I A?gn*k22, 15*60 ' Sm