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^ Gen. Pickens' Speech.
uocting-nt rccentty Hon P. W.
dslivered a spcecli on accession. Tlio
WBndvcrtitcr reports t!io 8|v;ooti fiillv. On? of ilie
I'V>?iii?'iis of Uen. 1'. is a* follows :
"Col. 1'iokeiiH next caii??* ?o tlie question of llie |
?-Ki-uuii ui oomn Carolina una announced |
i liitf conviction lluil it was hev solemn duty to take |
tlio rtop of neccssion immediately. lie was for j
passing tIto ordinance nt ns enrly ft (lay hh possible.
iiml only Uitlerrftl tVom other gentlemen in
} thinking it the narl of w4tidoui that it should bo so |
filmed us to take effect about tlie time or shortly !
before tlio in-coming of ilio hostile (lovernment.? I
The struggle was in no sense one with tlio present j
administration. It was with an adverse Sectional j
(lovernment and we must keep it so before tlio ,
0 world. If wo arc bravo and true, we cuiinot l>o !
1 affected by this brief delay. und it may give us '
advantages not to lie overlooked. We will thus
' not prcciplt.ito Ih^um on immaterial points und
collatteral questions. It is exnetly what our adversaries
desire, tliat we may in homo way come
into eollision vvitli tha present (Jovcrniuvnt. It
woiftd relievo tliem vastly if tlicy could avoid being
the fio only offonding party in this great political
trial. lie was also impreyscd with the heliuf
that substantial aid would in several channels
aecrue louur cause from the course of the present
V . u<Jm initiation provided we do not ^embarrass it.
lie thought it but the part of calm and. resolute
forecast to arrange with one or more (Jovprntnents,
either by special mission or by application to their
^ representative plenipotentiaries in this country, |
iue nature ami Ucsoriptiun ol papers niul clenrnn- I
ces tluit would pass our produce in tlie markets ??l* i
the vnrl 1. sn tluit our bunks could got control of i
foreign bills of oxchange to sustain trade and
crodit. And lie would here say (lull our banks
owe it to the country to unite their strength at
-once in tnis cause. While they are private insti.
tntiong to a certain extent, they yet tire also public
in some of tl^e purposes of their crcnUon. And
they wore now bound to stand by their States with
nil their resources; nor should the State be nilmindful
of their necessities in weathering the
BB financial storm that is upon us. lie was there
I in on t of bnfc ov-liuiinqe and its taking effect to do I
nil ilint could" iii properly iloiiu to marshal our [
strength in this rtsj^ect. lie was also willing to j
nllow time fur otir States to net, tluit none might
find a flaw to pick in our onward but deliberate
Jiotion ; but he was not willing to delay a day Ion .gcrthan
llio flrd of March.''
Wc find tin) following dispatches in tb.c I
Ji/crcun/ and Courier:
Washington, Dec. 2.?The President's I
MffiSntrA w nuifA Iniuc ?1 -
?j ..v?. i.mii- viutuu iiuiumn^ |
of the Const it tit ion newspaper. It is positively
certain the President rccoininends a
M 'iivcntion of the States to reconstruct tlie
jauituti ) i. It is als) certain that he
announces his purpose to enforce tlie Federal
laws, while deprecating secession.
Mr. Wagner, ChiefsJOIerk of the Census]
Bureau, resigned yesterday, lie will inline- i
diately return to South Coroliiu, to share the !
fiii^uiidu i\r t1?i* Vll.iJ*
I Tho Abolitionists held a caucus to-night, 1
mill had u division oil a proposition which
liriggs, of Now York, will introduce into tlie
House of Representatives, and which is, in
cft'eet. a resolution of the Missouri Compromise,
and a modification of the Fugitive Slave
law. The majority present favored-it, hut
the parly, as a wliolc, is against it. The
Americans are also favorable) to this compro- i
injsc, but the Southern delegations indignant
1 :? ?ni.. 1
_ iij npum ii. Jill.: proposition I.S UlUlCI'.StO.OU |
to omahuto from the Seward wing of the Ai>- I
Tlio Abolitionists intend to tlirnst forward
Win. 11. Seward as their (jreat Pacificator.?
1 . He is preparing to make a set speech very j
soon nfter the session opens, lion. Horace j
HL ..Maynaid, of Tennessee, intends introducing
:i linmilKiliiili tn nin<nlii? .. '.e '
^ t J-.,. ?? ?* VUIIIMIIIU'U Ul IIIU i
House, eonsistiAg cf otic member from each i
^ State?thirty-three in all?to whieh all ques- '
tions relating to slavery shall ho referred.? |
W Mr. Nelson, also from Tennessee, will propose
1 a compromise similar to that of Briggs, but
not immediately. i
(Jov. l'rown, of Mississippi, is here, and
s iys wo need have no fears in relation to the
course of that Stite?that her secession is
jk .certain, lion. Wm. Phillips, commissioned
by the Government to try the slaves at Key
it ujsi., iciunii'u io u:iy. 1 no trial liail been
? post polled, lie reports Florida unanimous
A caucus for the Douglas party has duel- ;
di*d to take the I'nion side against the .States
1 Rights men. Douglas made a Union speech
I 'last night.
C .Mr. Breckinridge is not for immediate J
* accession. He favors the co-operation of the '
Southern States, and a general conference j
ji upon the question of dissolving tha I'liinti. I
to bo followed by n demand of Southern rights, '
Avitli tlift alternative of imnnj&iato dissolution
Tho U. S. rovenue lust mouth, was S70U,4
000 loss than during November last year.?
J The corporation of Washington City suspend- '
I t-d p'lyinent Saturday.
Mr. llreokinridge, with Senator (Jreon, |
of .Missouri, and several members of the
< Kentucky delegation, has arrived, and is j
, stopping at the National. lie will bo ser- !
i onaded to-morrow 11 iirht when he is expected
to make a speech defining his position, ile
'will take the ground tlmfc the North must J
make concessions to the South, and give satisfactory
guarantees that the Constitution will j
bo carried out in good faith.
Col. Keitt and Messrs. Ashmoro, llonham, ;
J .Miles and McQueen, of the South Carolina
A 'delegation, have arrived. (Jov. lirowu, of j
^ Mississippi, has also arrived. Ho is for so- !
* .cession, and declares that Mississippi will ;
5 -certainly secede.
^ _ A ptm^iia aC jlm ? ?
__ .. uwuiuui ii wuii^resoiiiun
3ias bcon nrragged for tn-iiigbt. I mportunt
matters will be discussed. The meeting is
>to be strictly private, and none but Southern
anon will bo permitted to participate.
A Icttor from (Jov. Letcher to u gentleman
of this city declares for h (Jonvention of all .
, the States.
Mr. (lu'.iclc, of Nofth Carolina, lias been ,
'.promoted to th? responsible post of Chief1
Clerk of tbo Census olfioe, in place of Mr.
Wagner, of South Carolina, resigned.
Won sr. and Worse.?Senator Sumner, of
(Massachusetts. delivor.idiilccture at Vrovidenco,
llhode Island, last week, nominally upon the
fliihject of Ijofavotto, but abounding in tlio po1
etiliar freortoil and abolition pentioionts of tbo
lootnrer. Wo > i
... -. ? vt? ? ow* <t gviiWII^V IIMIII I 11U lU'J"
turc, as reported by 0110 of bis eulogists, tho
" Yot in tho Assembly lie openly proclaimed
tho right of resistance to tyranny, and declaring.
koeping in yl??v .of the goutimont which
% liaa been given to us Iiy tlio Stato of Virginia.
I that ' reairttaneo to tyrants in obedience to God/
and that whore pin very oxists, insurrection in
tho motl paurod of duties."
Tho'Matfe* are not our own. nor in the sontimont
itnlioised that of Lafayette. It is coined
from tho brain of ft United States Senator, and
in the ncntimenfc of ono who, in tho faco of bin
oath to support the Constitution. declared tliat
i lie wa* bound to dUobev onn nf U* ?m?i
injunction*. and ono, ,,oo, witluMt th* ?n?nff5on
V of which tlio Constitution could nevor l?avo boon
HtfTrho possesses n suscoptible heart lias
Ik sin iucifclnautiblc mine of street oipotioiis, . ,
Letter from Gov- Hammond.
Ur.Dci.m-K, November, 21, 1800.
Uontleinon : 1 hnvo junt received your despatch.
It i* impossible for mo to comply with
your flattering roquoot. South Carolina will ;
certainly reccdo from the Union ?,? the 17th or i
18tli of December next, Slio intends to try it
folly at all costs. No more compromises of any
sort. She wjll tnke no guarantee*. but will go
out high and dry uml forever. If Georgia will
uncK nor there will bo little or no trouble. I !
only wish sho "nail called her Convention for tlio I
dny before and gone out first. Wo don't wnnt j
to lead. Wo will gladly give Georgia tho lead
and all tlio honors. Lei her put forth her hand ,
and grasp them. Slio is and must be the Empire
State of the South, and South Carolina
will have perhaps a hard time without her sustaining
Your obedient servant,
.J. 11. Hammond.
Committee of the Mass Meeting, Columbus,
Cot'HTor Ai-i-km.s.?The Court mot at Columbia
Tuesday. Present: Chief Jiuiico O'Neall; Justi- j
cos Johnson aimI Wnrdlaw.
The following gentlemen wero examined and
admitted us attorneys: l?\ U. Heine, Colleton;
K. II. Hobo, Spartanburg; llob't. Campbell, Colleton;
11. W. Cannon, Ilurnwell; .S. R. Clmpmun,
Newberry ; Jno. I<. ti.iterling, Manning; F. II.
Klinoro. Columbia; 1$. C. Ourlington, I.aureus;
J. N. ti.witon, Cheater; Mortimer Clover, Orangeburg;
\V. W. Ilanec, l/iurens; \\. S. Hurley, Colleton;
A bra in lliigiien'n. Iteuul'orl; Thos. K.
Legure, Orangeburg; \V. \V. L^garo, Or.ingolmrg;
1'. K. Malony, Barnwell; Wns. II. I'erry, Greenville;
.lolin Preston, Jr., Columbia; .los. F.
Ill mine, Sumter; John T. llliett, Columbia; Jus.
A. lloss, Charleston; Jas. Simons, Jr., diaries- j
ton: 1'!<1. Wallace, Columbia: O. J. Vuuiihiih
DeIITS 1)uk IIv TIIK Sot'TII to TIIK NollTII.?
There exists apprehension in soincipuirtcrsthat,
in I lie event of it dissolution of tlio Confederacy,
tlio Ucbts now due and to bccoine due by
Southern merchants and citizens to Northern
houses, will be, in some manner, lost and not
phjH. . . !
We presume that there is ns much individual
honesty and commercial integrity among South- J
crn merchants and citizens as among any oth- j
er people; and any acts of dishonesty will !
meet with tlio same condemnation at tint South !
that thc.j mc/it and receive among honest* peo- ,
Whilo the merchants and manufacturers of,
the Xorth have, in many instances, been shame- 1
filllv ilm-nlinl tl...;> ? 1-1
...... ... .HUT l<7 ?IIU IHKl K) ]
the Union, yet such dishonorable conduct will j
ncvor be made the pretext by honest Southern
merchants for tlie nvoidanco of a just obliga- 1
lion to pay honc>t debts. " Goods, wares and
merchandize," purchased at tlie Xorth, will lie
honestly paid for, whether the Union be prescr- !
ved or dissolved, unless the North vacates the
obligation to pay by making war upon the
The law of natWins has no better established !
principle than thai of a state of \ynr vacates all '
uehts. claims and contracts existing between >
?i.? .. . vat* .tk*-- "
iiiu mmjuuut iillU CHIZeilS (II IIIC UiUIOn.S tit Will', j
Tho payment of debts due from tho South to tho '
North will depend folely npon tho North. If!
that section appeals to war, to cnorcion. and j
seeks. not to maintain but to avenge tho Union, !
thou it will become the duty of every citizen of
the Siuth to seek for all ulceus to intliot injury I
of every kind upon each and all of tiro citizens '
of the North. Tho ellhrt at coercion, followed
hv war, can only prevent tho North from roccivinjr
tlinir just debts. The people of the South j
are aide to pay. and will pay. Commercial re-j
vulsion may postpone and defer payment, but j
cannot repeal tho just obligation to pay. Tho j
merchants and manufacturers of the North arc
thus doubly interested in preserving tho peace,
and all their best efforts should be directed to
that ond.?Itic/uiinnil Kiiquirfi'.
a v..\i.i. Ti> Ui'rv.? L'ho Charleston^ Mercury |
of yesterday publishes the subjoined cull to ;
South Carolinians in the Army ami Xuvv scr- !
vice; of tlie Unitftd Stales :
"In bchnlf <>f the people of the State ofi
South Carolina, wo would this day call upon j
cach and nil of her sons, who arc now engaged
in the military service of the <iovernment of
the t'ubed States, to renounce at once the
hword and the rations of the vulgar oppressor,
and t hasten at unco to the homes that gave
them birth, for the protection of their native
soil, the preservation of tho institutions of
their State, and the maintnimmcc of tho liberty
of freemen, bequeathed them by their fathers.
' South Carolina wants her soldier-citizens
around her now. Tho m-ither looks to her sons j
to protect her from outrage Shall she look in
vain? She wants, now, military skill and scienco
to direct the courage and energies of her '
people. She looks to her army and navy olli- j
cers to supply that want. Let them return I
home at once, without any hesitation whiitnvni- i
They need have no metro doubt of .South Carolina's
going "Wt of the Union, than of the ,
woi^d'a turning round. Every man that goes j
lo the Convention will ho a plodgod man? I
pledged for immediate soparate .Stale secession, j
in any event whatever. O.ieeoutof tlie Union, j
nothing hut nmiiur.il will bring her back. JSlie J
is resolved?siok of the U'lton?disgusted with j
it ypon any terms that are within the range of
the widest possibility.
' Her sons, however, will be taken care of. ;
whatever the result of her secession?for (hut
is a fixed fuel. Lot them not hesitntu; but
rather let their promptitude bespeak tlio a- j
mount of their devotion to thoir native State." ;
I I.m'l'lnks.s and sorrow are the measures <if
our mortal life ; we willingly record the mo- ;
mcnt of gladness, and sorrow's hours make |
their own impress.
M v it it i k i>, mi die liiii of November, lust, by II,
J. Antliony, Kscj., Mr. Asukusos lloi'Kii to Misa
Sauaii Watson-, allot' l'ickcns.
On tlio 2d inst'int, by Itcv. W. 11. Singleton, Mr.
U. A. Oooi'ku to Mil* Liobsa Ciiii.okka, nil of
1 AAA rtOZRN WANTED, at fiftoen cents
1 UUU nor dozen, by
J. ?. E. SLOAN A CO.
PeniilflKin; Nor. 2H. 1800 10?4
Sale N'ntos, belonging to the Kstnto of
I Sitlnev Moftow, ftro nn\r duo and must be
paid I will bout Pickens C. II.. ?n Snleday in
Jr.nisftry t" ??oko snttlomoiit. All matters nut
then paid will ho sued nil immediately.
HOH'T. OliAIO, Admr. I
Deo. .4. I860 10 td
THE STATU OK SOITII CAltOMNA.
Wm. Slierard, Aam'r i
vs V lot. for application of fluids. J
Jolm Groon k others. )
IT nppearinfr to my satisfaction Unit John Orocn, !
Samuel Green, James Grcon, .1 nines Davis aud i
wit'o Clarissa. Martha Ifnrdiu. Hiley aud
wife Rarali, Win. Oreeti, defendants in tliiH case, |
reaido willimit tlie limits of this State: It is or- j
llerid. tlioreforo. tliHt the uaiil nlisnnl ilofi>ni1ni.iu I
<lo appear iii tlic Ordiunry'a Ofllco, at I'iokena C.
II., on Monday tlio lltli day of March next, to
hIicw crtuso, if, any tliey can, why tlio fund arlflincj
from tlio *alo of the Ileal P.stato of John
Green, (loooanod, should not bo applied to tho
payment of tho debts of said tleceaned. ?
W. K.HOI.COMDE, o.p.n,
l)ec. f?, I81IO 8m
rpHE .undfrtdgned liavo formed a purlncrnbip in
1 the practice of T<aw and Kquity for lMckeiiH
District. Mr. IIaddk* may be consulted at hia
oHice in Pickens and Mr, Unit at Anderson.
JAMK8 L OH It,
\V. M. irAPtXKN.
l'ickons 0. R., Mny K?, 180V 4?*tf
. ?<?>? ? 01J-0
It. A. Thompson, Adm'r. ) p f pArlUioil.
Lnura J. Miller, nnd til. J
BY virtue of nn order directed to me by W.
K. Ilolcombe. Ksq., Ordinary of Piekcns
District. will be sold to tlio highest bidder, at
Pickens C. II. on Saleduy in .Tnnunry next, tbo
Ileal Kstato of Hubert L. Mu.cr, deceased, to
Oiio Tract of Lund, situate, lying and being
.. r. :i~.t i ??
... . iMOIIKIi II IV? IIIIIUO IHHHC 1 (| | I II ('I
llill, containing One Hundred ami Thirty Acres
more or less. and adjoining^ lands of Win. II.
Lnml, llobt. Muxwoll anil others.
Terms <>J' ?SW<\?On a credit of twelve months,
with interest from day of sale, cxeopt the costs,
which must he paid in cash. Tim nureliasor
to give bond with good security, to the Ordinary
to secure the payment of tlio purchase money,
with a mortgage of tlic premises if deemed
necessary by him. Purchaser to pay extra for
titlos. W. N. C'KAICi, s.i'.n.
Doc. 9, lSCO 10 4
Wild, be Hold, to the highest bidder, on
Thursday, COth December, at the residence
of A. II. Hoggs, Corn, Fat and Stock
Hogs. Cattle, Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Farming Tools, and other articles.
Tkiims?Sums of ami over $3. twelve months
credit; under that amount, cash.
A. II. liO(KiS.
l>cn. r>. I860 111 2
positively ho soM on Tuesday tlio
T i 8tli day of January, 1801. at my plantation,
Tiiino8soo, to tlio highest bidder,
4000 KMRHKliS CORN ;
10,000 BU'NDliKS KODDKU ;
15 II HAD IIOUSMS & Ml'MOS ;
00 II KA I) CAT'lMilO ;
2 YOKK OXKN ;
i;lIK. v i> 11m.
1 .LACK ;
2 CAltKIAflKS ;
And a variety of funning implements.
Terms inauo known on ilav of sale.
Nov, 14, 1PM Hi K
H. C. NICHOLS- COLUMBIA, S.C.,
"T T AS I..??!? v..-...:. ? I .1!-?? r- '' "
I 1111 llll! .11111111i.
factory in Kuglaml, a loll ami well assortoil
CHINA AND KAIITIIKNWAKK, '
Including best White (iraiiite Ware, common,
&e., edged and painted Wales.
Al<n, Ity late arrivals, a large stock of fine
UI.,1S.S WAKi:, Flll?lVClff <THBI\A.
Tea Trays. Lamps. Talile Cutlery, and House
Keeping articles generallv.
11. C. NICHOLS.
Next to Commercial Hank.
N. II. ? A large St.iok at wholesale.
Columbia. Nov. T.lWiO 1"? tf
1) V virtue of sundry writs of liori facias to mo dii)
reeled, witl be sold before the Court House, in
I'iekens District, within I lie legal hours, on the first
Monday mid Tuesday in January next,
Ono tract of land containing 7"it) acres more 01
less, lying on the east side of Twelve Mile Hivcr,
whereon tliere is a good Saw Mill, adjoining lands
of Madden and others, levied on as tlie
property of <?. S. tiarviu ?' ! of ..1. 1<. 11 itgood.
AdinY, anil others. - ?
On" other tract, containing 205? acres move or
loss, adjoining lauds 6f Samuel L'arsons. F. N. (Jarvin
and others, levied on as the property of < . >S.
fJntvin at the suit of Powers an I others.
Olm^tmet of land on Mile Crock, adjoining
lands or TosKpi, Price, I.. N. Kobins and others,
containing 1 ;">t) acres more or less, levied on ris the
properly of llcnry lirogan lit tlic suit of J. 1$.
One tract of land on Tug-ilo River, ndjoining
lands of J. I'". Jones, W. 1). Denton and others,
containing Silo no res more or less, levied on as tlio
propcrtyof Juntos A. Doyle at the suit of 1'. II. I'rnthor.
Ono tract of hind on I.ongnose Crock, mljciiiing
lands of llurell Broom, George Grant and others,
containing 120 acres more or les?, levied on as tlio
property of J. 15. Ilunnieiitt, at the suit of J. W.
Norris, and others.
One tract of land on water* of Twelve Mile lliver
adjoining lands of Jacob Boroughs ami others
containing 100 acres more or less, levied on as tlw>
properly of M. I.ivcly at iho suit of T. A. Kegel's
vs. M. Lively and II. F. Morgan.
One tract of land on waters of Saluda Uiver,
whereon J. J Former now lives, adjoining lawls
of .James Fori not1,' Phillip Martin ami others, containing
200 aeres more or less, levied on as I lie.
property of L. M. Keith at the suit of II. Htuckc
One tract of land on waters'of Todd's Crock,
known as the Mill place, containing .V.l acres, more
or less, adjoining lauds of A. Todd and Joseph 8.
(iasaway, levied on as the nronertv of A I! X.n.
gent at tlie unit of C. M. l.ny and <>. W. Hoggs.
One tract of land on Stamp Creek, whereon
Leonard Capehart now lives, containing
acres, adjoining lands of Captain Andrew Wilson.
Mrs. Mary 1'rico, and others; one other tract
known as the (Irislifttn tract, on Corn House Creek,
containing acres, adjoining lands of Fin ley
and Morcton, J. J. Howard and others, the two
tracts supposed to contain *JOOD acres, levied on
as the property of Leonard Capehurt at the suit of
J. is. Sitton and others.
Terms, cash ; purchasers to pay for papers.
W. N. CUAKS, H.p.n.
Dec. G. 1 ftOO lit id
WILL be fold, to tho highest bidder, at the
bite residence of Klishu Alexander, deconned,
on the 12th dny of December next, all
Bolonging to f>ni<l Estate, consisting of one
Horso, one^Still and Stands, one put Blacksmith
Tools, two or threo hundred bushels Corn. Fodder,
stock of Cuttle. Hogs, 1 one-horse Wagon.
wwiu worn 01 wagon, rifle (Jua, Household and
Kitchen Furniture, &o,
Terms?All sums uwlor$5 cash; of and over
that amount a credit of 12 months will bo given,
with interest from date. Note ami approved
8cctirity to l>e <?iven beforo the light of property
WILLIAM ALKXANDKIl, Adm'r.
Nov 26. 1800 1? , 2
J AM KB r,. OKU. W. I?. l'KICK.
ORR & PRICE,
A T T 0 R N E Y S AT L A W,
Urceiivttlv C. ei.,
I'ractice in tJio Courts of tlio Western Circuit.
Oct. 17, 18C.0 12. . ly
Pay Mo Monoy!
A Lli persons indebted to mo must make payment
/l forth with, ns 1 am obliged to have money.?
Tlioho who disregard this notice will have cost to
pay. Hoc to it at once.
Walhalla 8opt 18, 18C.0 8 tf
I>KnSONS indebted to tho Estate of Ktisha
Alexander, deceased, must make nnvmnnt
Ami those h??v?ng doiimndsi ncrninnt suid Estate
arc roquirod to present thoin to me, loyally fit*
tested, within tho timo proscribed by law.
WM. ALEXANDER, Adm'r.
Not 27, I860 18 3
\TriLL BE BOUGHT AT ifAlK PKIOES.
W hy * J, L* K/SWftll.
Pendleton Prices Current.
I'OltKKOTKIl WKKKI.Y II* J. J. I.twis.
I'KNDLKTON, Nov. lit). IKOO.
'Cotton, per lh 7 nlO ColFoc, Rio.per lb 1H a 20
Corn, " bush 100 ft 112A " .luvn " 28 ft 2ft
Corn incnl " 100 ft 112.1 " I.ng'u " lt?ul7
; Bacon, bog K lift IHitnlo Hope " 11 a 12
Hugging, (jun'jv, lf> a 10|H<*ci?wmx. 18 a 20
j Nutter, per lb . lfta lOjKggs, per <loz 10 n 12.4
1 Flour, per bl 7ft0 h $8 Iron, Swede, Cjj u 7
j Indigo, ? 140 ii 1601 " " ft to 7 7 a 7|
I, I??ll I- " I'.llgllSIl U II ?? J
| Mnddur, " 20a 2o Molasses, NO 7rt
Nuilri, per keg. !j>(! n 02<"> " IV 1 40 a AO
j Oalu, jut bu.-di, 10 a 46 l'owder, per lb 40
i I'ouh, " " 7A a HOI " " lb .17 ii 10
i Kico, " lh _ti| n 7 Pepper, " lb I'- n ! ?
| Stcot. lUisler, ll a IHlHalt, per wick, 2">0
" (Icriiiuu, 12 ii l4|Sugnr, browu, tl n 10
" Cnst, 22ii 2">ISlioi, per ll> 10
I Sogurn, per do/ 25 a OOlTolcieco, por lb I f) u 7o
1 Ten, 70 u l 50]Wheat, per Id 287a?2AO
Wlilskv. " ciil 1 ()i)ii l.Mtlv,.,-.. i.\,.inn., no
i Oximbur^j, per ynrd, 12A u 1 I
Von will always find a large lot of (troccrics and
! other lieavy goods on hand and For sale low For
| ousli or its equivalent. .1. J. L.
FAIL AND WINTER
OTOCK OF (iHfK.'IiRLKS, consisting ?t'
i ' SU<iAll,
NAILS, ,tC\, AC.
The liest giioils f>>r uien'? wear, now ntaito, nnd
j oilier Dry Goods, Ac, f<>r sale low
Country Produce of all kinds tnk-?n in exchange
for ( omit'.
.1. J. I.KWIS.
Pendleton. Oct. 10. 1800 11 tf
A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY,
j |~ !! A V ! : ST I! ! ".(' K I V K DA X K W ST< )C K,
' X. consisting of Staple Fall anil Winter
: iiats & caps,
HOOTS & SHOES,
; GROCERIES, iVc!"U'
WATCISKS, CLOCKS ASI> JI'.WIILHY,
As I iiftcnd f<> make everybody rieh. I am
determined to sell for the shortest possible profit
: for cash. My term* are slrictty ca.v'i, or no
I no kaIo. No Hooks kept.
Watches ami Jow.olrv repaired as usual.
II. A. II. CilffSON.
October 11. I860 II tf
COME TO DACUSVILLE!
rnHK Solisi'i-ilioi- !>> ? 1.:.. n- & *
E. and WUVASER tt'D'OC'Bi, consisting oi
i Fancy (Suods. 1 lard ware, Crockery, Drugs and
Medicines. I hits and Caps, Hoots ami Shoes,
UKADY MADK CU)TII1N(J.
With the usual variety in tlie Dry (louils
All of which lie intends (jelling low for cash <>r
tu punctual customers, lie will take in KXCllANdl'j
Wheat, Corn. I'eas, Beeswax, Tallow,
antLi4V-fiiof'7iTTS'"-^?orehantablo barter for
--iioOlls, at the market nriceV*
. I?: 1N.M0K0AX.
Oat 25. ISfiO U __V>*N tf
fj'MIAT desirable Lot of with a good
j i dwelling. niul other necessary out-building
'.hereon, containing Tliroo Acres. On the
promises, there is a line puden. good orchard,
Are. Tim Lot adjoins Jacob Schroder nnd otliers,
nnd lies immediately on tlio public road,
1 e(|ua-distant from West L'nion and Wnllialla.
Terin?. oasv, II. llOOl'S.
Oct.:??, 1HG0 1 I tf
WATCIIMAKKlt AND .IKWKLLKR,
HVaMlictoii, ?. C5.,
j . liKUS leave to inform the cUi/.cns
I'endleton and vicinity, that lie
v ^ffijJilias located himself permanently at
V??>this place, and is prepared to exo
cute ait work in Ins lino on shyrt notion, and
tlio must reasonable term*. II? may lie found,
at all times, at the Shop formerly occupied by
Oct. in. isr?o 12 if
FA I;]j AND WINTER
AT W A L II A Ij L A!
^,17 r. tnl/O IVimiU'A.l r.lnoon?.? t.? !..l*
? .V?V<1<M 1 v; III ill mini I ll? "lir
y y friends and the country at large that wo
nrc now receiving ami opening a large and handsome
EM ELS, A\ l> WI.VI'HIl
Of tlie latest importation and the most approved
styles. Wo invito the special attention of our
lady friends to an assortment of PRINTS, consisting
of every variety from the common Lion
1 up to the finest French.
M lilt IX OS,
ALL'A CO AS,
Combined with a lot of Fancy Goods, which are
always necessary to please the ladies.
In connection with the nlmvn we mm &l?iw
^ >o<l an assortment of
! Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
With u choice anil selected lot of
(ients' Dress Uuods generally, as can bo found
anywhere in the upcoiintrv.
e,i 1SOI!BOSS BBS
A choice lot of ISclined and Brown Sugars,
Coffee. Salt, MohiHses. Choose, Nails, Ac. Ac.
With a few DUlKiS and MKD1C1XKS to
render the hIock complete.
(Jive us a call?wo limko no charge for showing,
but will be nlcasecl to wnir on ??n nt
| time. ' W. II."l)KNI)V & CO.' "7
WalhrUln, Pot. 11. 1800 12 If
? \ll. 0. II. SYMMKS having completed Ins
J I." Collegiate courso, otters his Professional
i services to his friends end tho public generally,
j Will ho prontpt in his attention to his patrons,
i His oflice will bo found with Dr. M. I?. Siiari'K
i in the brick building Adjoining Store of Into K.
IV Benson & Son.
| jl'cndleton, May 12, 1800 41 tf
rpiIE romaindcr of the asidgncd lv<tnte of F.
\ N. Oarvln, consisting of Horses, Corn,
| Household nnd Kitchon Furniture, and other
j articles, will bo sold at his residence on Sntm..
! dixy the 8th d?y of December, instant.
The terms of t'no previous bnio will govern
It tlic tortus of the former ?ulo nro not complied
with by purchasera on or before tlmt day,
such property will bo re sold nt their risk.
G. W. HANKIN. Assignco.
It. A. TUOMFSON, Agent, &c.
Not -7, 1800 18 '2
I Oil SAL!:!
I f|"\JIl< Subscriber is tho proprietor of u valna- i
I uablo Tit ACT OT LAND, situate near j
j Wullmlln, on tlio IHao Ridge Railroad, eontiiiiiin<7
Fivo Hundred Acros.
i Fifty <>f whioli arc good Crock :m?l It ranch Hottom.
Thore tiro two settlements on tlie tract,
' ami thchujd i* susccptiblo of division. I desire !
to still from Olio hundred and liftv t" Four hundred
Acres. on easy turn j. Apply by letter to
me at NValhalla, or on the promise* to
A. 1>. OAILIJAKD.
Sept. 3, 1800 0 Oni f
fpsiy The Carolinian will copy in its tri
! weekly on Mondays, and in the Manner twice a]
month for six months, and forward hill to me.
IM'KRY ONK CAN BK SU1TKP, AS WE
j have on hand and rcecivo every mouth
H'IWIjIAI\ AND AitltiltlCAN
FOlt MONUMENTS, SLA US, TOM US
11 EA I)ST()NES OK A Mi SI/ES
| And as cheap as can be bought anywhere, with
(,'ut letters, 1-2 cents each. liaised letters,
20 cents cach : and the letters eut vleeu and
Wo have secured the services ot Mr. JOHN
C. OlIKHllY as our Agent, who will do nil that
can he done to give entire satisfaction. All .
| business transacted hv him will he ratified hv
li4avkIjL & wnrriv
i March 20, 1800 311 tf
THE PENMiETON HOTEL
rjlllK Subscriber takes pleasure in informing |
J his friends and the public. that ho lias taken
charge of that large and commodious House
in the village of
I'l^uLin oiv, s. c.
11i; intends ?' keep a first class house, and
invites the travelling public and his friends to
give him a call. Amongst the comforts and
ciuivenienccs added, is that of a Heading Room,
where the latest papers may he consulted.
A. II. iJONVDKX.
Feb 2.1800 -27 if
' FOR GOOD BARGAINS
A N I)
COME TO W ALII ALL A !
PIMIK undersigned 1ms just returned from
I Charleston, whore la- lms purchased one of
tlic most complete
STOCK OF GOODS,
! Kvor Iiefore brought to tliis nliu>f?. ti??
is great, therefore, onumcration is practically
impossible. lie has
lJoth for Ladies and (lontlcmen's wear.
Of the various sizes ami patterns, cut and made !
up in tho latent style.
B00I3 and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
In great variety, and of the latest pattern and
BSoimcls, Blilihons, &c. *My
stoek of Hardware, (.< lass ware. Cutlery,
j t&e, is large, and will compare favorably with |
j the best.
(i MX' I'iK 11'iS
j Of every description, fresh, and a line supply on
(hauls will lie bartered for Produce and arliI
ele* in this line, on the very host terms.
My (JOODS have been bought with rare ami
>^at the lowest prices. This enables me to.offer
I onTTof lill! VwkM stocks in tU^mtmntry. on the most
and try mo. I anMumnd to sell.
1). liI K.MANX.
1'. S. My liar is stocked with the choicest
Wines ami Liquors, and is open at all proper
I times. D. H.
Walhalln. April 20, 1800 30 tf
If II wr 'I'.-.w.io ..c i I r. I
_ ....... V ?. w a ice \j % t'1 UillMi IUI Mill.' (lie
JL liarkor ami Craig places, lying near the lload
leading from Ooonco Station to Nicholson's '
Ford. UKOKGK SKAUOKX.
Sept 10, I8I1O 7 tf
LAND FOR SALE.
rsilIH snhscrihor will sell at private salo on
B good terms, a
Valuable Tract of Land,
Situated in Pickens District,, on tlio waters of
! Choestoe creek, near Bachelors' 1 letrent, c<?ntninim;
Five Iliirnlrml Aito# mnM ?? l^o *ri..?
I trai't is improved, with about thirty acres of boti
tout land thereon. There are good schools and
I churches convenient. For particulars, apply to
<i. \V. I'll 1LL1 l\S.
Colonel's I'<>rk Pii. Aug. '2'J, 1^(10 1-tf
BLUE |!'l)(iK HOUSK
Pendleton, S. C.
I rnilK SUHSCWBKU. who has had several
A. years experience in Hotel business, (hav- !
ing been sole proprietor of the Williatnston
Springs Hotel for nine years,^ is now proprietor
of the BLUK UIDUK'llOrSK. where he will
ltl> <rlsill tri *nn (ill l?in #,1,1 ...v.I ??
? r> ?-- V"* r",,u,.,a
si ml also the travelling public, llis houso will
be provided with everything necessary fur a
well-kept bouse, both from the>ea board markets ,
and surrounding country, find hi? Mar with
choico Wines, Liquors and Cigius. Mo has
good servants, and every attention will be pai .1
to his guests to render their sojourn agreeable.
The good society of Pendleton Village?the proverbial
good health of its inhabitants?its tine
cool water and bracing atmosphere?its proximity
to the mountains and its accessibility by
Railroad, all contribute to make it one of the
best 81111111101* resorts in tln? nimm. r>..n i> I > t. !>?.. 1
sons arriving here oil I ho cars, and wishing to
visit the mountain^ or any other point of the
surrounding country, can bo accommodated with (
good conveyances and careful drivers from the
liiverv Stable kopt here.
J. W. CO 111 J.
May 15, 1800 42 tf
PLOWING MADE EASY
For the Man and Light for tlio i
I1IAVK recently purchased the (tight. for
Pickens District, of lite Adams & C'o's. oelo|
bratcd Patent IMow Stock. This plow stock is
I of Georgia invention nnil in lioinn hp?,1
i nlly, amongst tlic best planters of that Mute.?
! It is tlic common stock. with conciive Foot and
Hod and 11 eel-pi n combined in one ; nnd the
different plows are attached to the Stock upon
( the principloof that of attaching the bayonet to
the gnu. The Stock, when made of ash, weighs
i 12 pound* ; made of white-oak, 10 pounds.
! I consider it far superior to any Stock I have
ever seen, chiefly on account of its combination
of lightness aud strength. I will soon coin- j
menco making them, and will deposit them at j
j the different places of resort in tlic District. J I
| will sell Plantation Rights for $1.25 each. To
, persons who only work ono horse I will sell the
Right for 75 ccn'.s.
I will Bond i\ snccimcn Stock to Pickcns C.
II., Pickonsvillc, ? nlhnlla and Pendleton, in u
J. Vf. CRAWFORD.
Oou) Si'Hixo. Piekons District.
May-28, 1800 -10 tf
RIDE WELL AND CHEAP !
HAVING inrtdtf now nrninjreinents for tlio
present year, ll>o sulmerilier respectfully
informs hi* friend* mm tl>? pi;!.!';:- err; Uj
liis well fnni'lulled and well ro^umteil
LI VERY STAIJLKS
Anderson C H, Williamston, Pendleton
Arc now open no I always prepared to accommodate
t!i<' tra\elittg public wit It either Horses or
Vehicles, at the shortest notice. *1'lie following
is his scale of prices:
Horse per day. $1'.50; Horse and Ibiggv, $2.
50 Horse and Top Hujijjv. S3.00. Two itorso
Vehicles. with drivers, in the same proportion.
Hurst v Hounlrd.?Single feed, 40 cents ; per
day. $1.00; single month, $15.00; by the year,
$150.00, to be paid monthly.
Omnibus. Fare to or from any residence in
town, 50 cents; children. '25 cents.
Thankful for the liberal patrona^o beretoforo
bestowcil on ine. a continuance of the same is
Suitable lot* for stock of nil description can
bo bad at each place, on a|>|>licntion to my
agents. Mr. Newton Scott lias charge of my
Stables at Anderson; Mr. .lames b. Kvatt nt
Pendleton, ami Messrs. Koblcr & Hollos at Williamston,
who will Iir found accommodating and
attentivo to customers.
Juno 25. 1800. 48 tf\
JOS. J. NORTON,
A T T <> It X I-: V A T E. A W >
Solicitor in 9'<iiii(y.
riGKHNs contT noi'sj-j, s. r.
Ian. I. 1858 25 tf
Wa5<Sj maker Jc^vcllcf,
WAMIMjIjA, 8. C.,
| J AS received at his 8t?n<l on Muin-s?trcet, a
jl jl lur-ie and beautiful assortment of
Watchcs and Jcwolry, |
Which is ('tiered very low to his l'iiei.tl> nnd the
trading public. j
REl'A 1 111 XCi. ill nil its lirnni'liiifi ii>
a most workmanlike manner, uiul with despatch.
All work warranted.
June 22, 18G0 17 C
A T W A I- II A L L A , S . C . ,
IS now receiving a splendid assortment
For Ladies and Oentleman's AVeur,
lie also hn? on hand the finest Cnssimers and
Linens, for the Spring and Summer; together
with many other articles not iiccessary to mention
Mr. i'ajf.n continues i!?o Tailoring l'usincss
in nil its brunches, and rospeclfully solicits a
sltnre of public patronage.
Mny l'J. 18f)0 42 tf
AT JUO It WAN'S JJWS..S,, C.
^I^lIE undersigned is prepared to execute all
Jl orders in this lino. Promptness and punctuality
is promised it custom is extended.?
ja'mp.s aviirn: & co.
August 24, 1 sco 4 tf
Carried on at the same place, with workmanship,
despatch ami neatness. Price, most tic- *
commodnting. K. KAKliKXT.
August 24. 1800 4 tf
POWDER FOIl SALE,
rjMllK South Carolina Powder .Mills' Company
JL oiler lor sale, on good terms, thelV^mmm?mtm
"fcmsjs of superior Powder, vi^ '
Common JJlaMing p o\vAkeg $4 2o
Brilliant " " " " ;"> 20
Common Mining " " " 5 2f>
Brilliant " " " " (> 25
Common Itiilo " " " 7 25
Brilliant " " " " > '> f>0
JGWhere the keg is returned 2.3 cents
will lie deducted.
Address John Bou k.\* & Co, Pickens Court
II - o r\
HUtlSl'i o. V. ,
WM. It. BOAVEX, Agent.
Sept. 7. 1800 (> tl'
6S3?9i' ESni I road.
* v ,s^rCV' -\r -^ly*G'*r^-* *r?j
('1A IIS on tin? Blue Uidjio Kuilroad leave I'en- |
J dleton on Mondays, Wednesdays and I'ri
days, nt 15 minutes before 4 o'clock, A.M. On
Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays at 1 o'clock,
Anderson on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays immediately sifter tho ears arrive
lrom Helton in the morning. On Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Snhinl-ivd <.n ti>? -..i ..< >
- v.. HIV, til 4 1* 411 KJl UlU
cars from Columbia. I
Sept. 1800 0 if ?
LUlMWill EUMBeH !
riMIK undersigned having purchased (lie
i MILLS formerly owned l?y Col. dohn-A.
Knsley, deceased, (hren miles east of l'ickens
('.If., is prepared to fill orders for LUMBER,
finished or unfinished : Stish, IMinds, l'annel
Doers, or anything in (bat line, n( short notice,
and on the most reasonable terms. He is determined
to carry on the business in all its branches,
and persons wishing anything of (he kind,
arc assured their orders will meet with prompt
nltontiikn ( li'.lin.o . l-~ ~-i-i ? ? *?
vtmiui i .-Iimim uvi uuurcssi'll to 11)0
undersigned. Iio respectfully solicits a tlinro
ot' public nntronnjrc.
M. 1'. MITCllKM*.
January -<>, lMiO !?l> tf
rpill'. undersigned will ilevoto liintsclf entirely
1 to tlie practice of l<mv rind Kquity on llie
Western Circuit. .Mr. ll.u?t?:x is liis partner ai
Pickens. J AMDS h. ORU.
Anderson 0. II.. Mny 10, 1850 42-f
WM. C. KEITH,
A T TO II X K Y A T L A W ,
V\7IL!. ''lend promptly to all business culrmlcd
ii to liis cave in the Districts* comprising llio
Western Circuit. OUice ui Pickens II.
1)00 5,1851) 20 if
STATK OF SOI TH CAROLINA, i
PICKKNS DISTKIOT?IX TIIKCOVHT OC COMMON I'l.KAS. j
W. M. Tltoinns, Adni'r ") Dfelnration in Altacntucui. S
vs [ ISceil & Wilkes,
I',. A. Tale. J I'ltV's Att'yfl,
UNI Kit HAS. the plaintiff did. on llv 'JCilli dn\ of
M October, I860, tile liis declaration against the
defendnnt. who (as it is said) is absent from ami
?i._ ? -i
mmum >iiu iiiuiia oi iiii.i ruaie, mill has neither t
wife nor attorney known within the saute upon
whom a copy of tin: .snid declaration might bo
served: ll in ordered, llieroforc, that the said defendant
dn appear and plcnd (o the said declaration
on or before the L'Tth day of October, 1F01 ; otherwise,
tinnl and absolute judgment will then bo
given and awarded again*! Iiiiu.
J. I'. llAtiOOl), o.o.r.n.
CUrk'x Office, Oct. 1??. 18(50 l\q
\1jI< persons liaring demands againut tho
Estate of Thomas Montgomery deceived. %
must present them logidlv it Posted on or by tho
14th day of January next, for payment ; and
thoso indebted must nmko payment by tlint
time, as a final settlement of mid Estate will to
bad before the Ordinary on tbnt dnv.
MARY A. MONTGOMERY, Adm'x.
Nnv2t>J8G0 IS ft
J oh rriniiiBf?
NEATLY DONJS AT THE COtrttlV.U OIIU'K.