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In Advanco of tlio Mail.
WaSIII vrjTov. Fobniary 20?Tbo Soimtfl passoil
tbo f illowin^ bill*: a bill establishing a Tor*
ritorial Government f-?r Colorado, Novoda, ami
I) ii.? ?<r i > !
? |. ?ov ? ??^?j imiu v'Miniinu uj?firupn*
ntion. Tho army appropriation bill was discussed.
Tho II >u?e postponed the force bill till Thursday.
which is equivalent to a defeat?vote 100
Crittenden's resolutions, in substance, are
under debate, and hopes are entertained that
thev will 1)0 carried.
The tariff hill of yesterday abolishes tho dutios
on tea, coffeOi and sugar. It is in ufaiu qurt.
>v Aftt<ixar->v, FMirnary 27.?The I'onco ConlVrciioo
reviveil and posded llio Franklin substitute
by ii vole of nine to ci^lit. It is understood that
Virginia and North Carolina were divided, tlie
iriijority in each being against it. This latter is
not authentic. Tlio Conference then adjourned.
Washington. February 27.? In the I'oaco Conforcnco.
Franklin's propositions was voted on by
sections, tho votes varying on eu<,h. On the principal
clause, the vote stood S la 7. New York was
divided : Missouri and Indiana did not vote; Virginia
and Norii* Carolina voted no.
Month imkkv,- February '27.?An Act was
j>a-<*c?l to raise provisional foreos for the Confird'jrate
States, and for oth^r purpose*. It diruot*.
along -with other provisions, the President
to take charge of all military operations l?etween
the Sotithorh Confederacy and all other
jgOj An Act was passed to raise money to support
the (i ivernmetit, aOlhorijting the President to
borrow !> I ">.000,000, pnynlde in ten vonrs. at
vight per cent. interest. The Inst motion <li- j
roots mi export duty of one-eight. per ccnt. per i
pound on cotton exported after the.Qrsfc day,of
Aii;?u?t. to oronio n fund to liquidate the principal
and lutcrost of tlio loan.
Direct Importation of Gunny Oi,'->tii?The
Savannah Nr.tcx announces tlnvt 4,000 hnloK of .
gunny hugging havo been shipped from Ouleut- !
tu for Savannah. direct. The hugging will nr- i
rivo in full tiino fur the coming crop.
WasiT'.noton, February 25.?Tlio Star
ntitosth.it the tjovcrnmont bus rccoivod advices
from Toxiik that General Twiggs has
surroad iro I all the Federal military property
in his department to tho Texas authorities. ,i
porriov ilkcoovitiom of Tilk SolJTIIRRV CoNfeobracv?The
Washington correspondent of
the Philadelphia North Americuti (Republican)
navs. >h<? pre IhUion may now ho ventured. confidently,
that England will receive a Minister
or Commissioner from the Montgomery Provisional
Q ivernment: at Itast, such an impression
is warranted by declarations, traceable to British
Legation in Washington.
IT is stated that accounts from Montgomery,
Alabama, received nt Washington, state
that the Southern Confederacy have made arrangemonts.
by which they will have, on the
1st of March, fourteen millions of dollars, and
*0 regiments of drilled men ready to take tho
A Cool FiddlerThe
New Orleans Picni/nnc tells the story
of the snagging of u stoainboit, with her owner
on b<vird, who was very fond of playing
Art the ttolin. The captain, pilot and engineer
were in tho cabin playing cards one day.
when her i> ?w struck a snag with a forcc that
knookefa hole in her as big as a hogshead.?
The shock upset tho faro hank and those
ftathored around it; and caused u general confusion
and consternation among all except the
owner, who, having "rfghted himself in his
vmiir, ru-uOllllUCIICeU II1H tUHO WtlOrO >10 left
-off, and went o.i as though nothing lm?l happened.
" She's a sinking," shouted an Arkansaw
Jii'in, dressed in a hickory bark coat, who was
linking his way out of tue cabin with a pair
fcp <?f saddle-bags on his arm. " Tomahawk nio
if she ain't a sinking, sure."
The owner heard it but fiddled away as unconoemed
as Nero nt the burning of Home.
' Three feet water in tho hold ! Hun old
I^oxzard nshoro if you oan " shouted the captain.
Tho startling wordu ronohed the oar of
the owo?>r, but ho oontinuod to saw away.
The passengers run to him and bawled !
out, " did you know tho boat had snagged?" j
" I susneetcd something of tho kind," !
coolly nnswerod the owner, as he laid his loft1
ear upon his Tiotin, o la Ole Hull, and appeared
porfeotly enchanted with hia own
".She'll bo lost in five minutes," continued
' She'* bn?i* * losing concern tho?o five
years," replied tho owner, ns ho drew a most!
^excruciating note from his fiddle. '
" I tfun fool her sottlo now," paid a passenger
' I wish alio would settle with iuo for
what I havo lost ' >' her, before she goes *
down," wa? the owner's eool foply, as his <
right hand moved" backward and forward over '
m . the flddlo.
* " But why don't you apeak to tlio captain ]
?^#jvo him orders what to da in the emer- i
^Mnoyr^sked tho good 'natured pissengof. <
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; . boftt in a delirtatA ipfttter " rneokly ?nd quietly
remarked the ownar, ?e he still sawed away.
The bout narponod ovAr. and the next n)o* i I
uiont the cabin ww hnlf fall of water.
The Bnxzard, together with liar cargo and '
pinehiucry pw od a total low The o?oor$,
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crew and passengers saved themselves by
means of a yawl?the owner swam ashore
with his fiddle under his right arm, and the
bow in his mouth. There was no insurance.
Charcoal put. to the roots of dahlias and
other flowering plants, will redden tliem vividly
; flowers nearly white being thus turned
to n deep red, sometimes altogether, and
sometimes mixed with a lighter hue in halfa-dozen
varieties, from one and the same root.
A KKW nights ago a Mr. Bodkin, on sro'n r
home late, borrowed m umbrella, and when
his wife's tongue was l oosened, bo sat up in
bed, and suddenly spread it out.
" What arc you going to do with this
thing said she.
" Why, my dear, T expected a very heavy
storm to-night, bo 1 come prepared."
Kvkuy morning we enter ppon a new day,
carrying still an unknown future in its bosom.
Thoughts may be born to-day, winch may never
be extinguished. Hopes may bo excited
to-day which may never expire. Acts may
be performed to-day the consenuencoof which
niny not bo roalizod till eternity.
Diko, on (he 20tli Ffcbrnnry b?st. after a lihgering
illness of chronic affection of the bowel*. N.\thaniki.
Lynch, sr.. in the 71st year of his nge.
The deceased was a native of l'iekens, and was
distinguished tor his high moral and religious
character, lie hud been a consistent member of
the Baptist Church for twenty-five years, and felt
the cohsolations of religion in his expiring hours, j
In I lie character of citizen, neighbor, husband and ]
father bis life was exemplary ; and, whilst we tic- |
plore the loss of one ? > hoii"st an 1 upright, we are i
nevertheless cheered bv tlie belief ilmt nur u ? .
his eternal gain. ' *
March 1. 1 R?>1.
BANK OF STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA !
C?ARi.B"T.?f.'February l.?. IHOI.
rpiIH LEGISLATURE linving. .it its Inn
J. session, authorized the issue of Bonds to
tlio amount of $075,000, bearing an interest of
7 per vent-., for the purpopo of providing tho
funds requited to sustain the State in thoac.t of
resuuiinir hor ritrhts of Snvi?m!i?n?? t(ii?
in Qow prepared to dispose of the H ?n?l. They |
nro issued in sums of $">0. $100. ami $150. Alt I
opportunity is thus afforded every citiy.en i<> I
make si secure and profitable invOHtment, while
contributing niil to (ho cause in which the Sta'e
is engaged, With the view of enal citizens j
in any part of the State to share in the l?an,
the Clerks of the Courts of the several Districts
have been rerpiosted to open Books of "Subscription
for the Stock. Suitable nrrunj?eu?pntH will
I... .....-I . C _ r i
?- niit'i'j iur mrnisiung imm<is <>ii tiie reeoipt of
the money, at nn curly ?ln v after each nubseripi
lion Inn lieon imvlo. I'lUgagenients f<?r tlio
purchase of Bonds may be made at the Ilank,
or at any of its brandies. It is probable that,
at t!io next session of the Legislature, those
parties who desire it may have bave their Bunds
converted into Stock.
C. 51. FCKMAN. Prudent. !
February 28, lftrtl i 30 tf
nN the Orecnvillo Road, between Mitchell's Mills J
\/ ana .1. IJ. <;!ayton's, ft fancy-colored CAUl'lvT ' i
11 AO, supposed to contain articles of clothing. For
1'iirlli?r particulars. apply at this ntlico. i
February 27, IH01 30 tf ,
/IIIAKDIANS, Trustees, Committeemen, KeeeivvJ
ers, and nil other persons wlio have derived 1
their appointment from the Court of Equity, nre i
hereby notified to file their annual Returns in my j j
Ollico on or before the first tiny of April next; ;
setting forth therein the kind ati<l value of the <
Ultalaa 1I..I * ?
vunnuihcu hi ihi;ir uiiniouy, mm Slimilltllllg '
nil deeds of transfer, muniments of title, stock, j ,
bonds, etc., by them bold in tlic-ir fiduciary capacity.
Hiiles will bo issued against defaulters nt
once, nftor Hint time.
Bt-jiy So Return will be received on puhlio dnys ,
uiiIckmi properly made out.
KOll'T. A. THOMPSON, c.r..r.r>. '
Coin'rs Oftice, March 1. 1801 -80 4
8TATB OF SOUTH CAROLINA) ;
IX ORIMMAMS CITATION. ]
WHEREAS, Henry Xynoh nnd Q, M. Lynch >
tT have applied to nie for letters of administrn- y
lion upon nil nnd singular the personal estate of ?]
Nathaniel Lynch, sr , doceased, late of the District |
of Plckons nnd State aforesaid: Tlie kindred and v
creditors of said deceased are, therefore, cited to
appear before me nt l'ickens C. H. on Monday j
the 18th March, instant, to shew cause, if anv i .
they can, why said letters should not begrnntcd. ]
flivon under my hand Mid seal, this 22d February, '
.W.J5. HO LOOM BP.. O.p.n. *
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, ?
IN M4)UITY PICKHMfl.
Bhelor A Stribling, ") (
ys. > Petition for Holief, &o.
K. K. Mason and al. >
IT appearing to my satisfaction f hat K. K. Mason;
one of the defendants in this case, reside with- v
?ut the limits of this State ; On motion of Reed ?
k Brown, Pro Pet: Ofdered, that a rid* be published
in the JCtonee Courier requiring him to j(
(dewi, answev, or demur to the petition in this ;
:uge, within throo. months from Out publication (
thereof, or th? sriuq will be taken as to ldin pro
. ROB'T*. A. THOMPSON, o.*.r.o. c
Oomr'i Offioe. Fob. 2*. 1R1 .&0_ 8m (
Religious Notice. t>
rIilIK Frst Qimttorlj Meeting .Conference of .
JL M. K, Church for Picken* oi'euit, will he i ?
l*l?1 at WMHnllfc. on thq 2d ?n<1 *<1 of March, I
1WH. r. M. MOllOAJf, Pastor. ?
WILL UK SOLD, nt tlio late reninenco of
Samuel Loopor, dcceii*c<L on Thursdny
tlio 14lli day ??f Mnrclt. instant, tlio
IM sunt <locea.?ed, namely: Two Horses, Stock
>f Cattle, Hogs arid Sheep. about four hundred
bushels Corn, one Bug^y ami Harness, twohorse
Wnjjon and Harness, lot of Hncoti and
Lard. Fodder, Shuck*, Household and Kitchen
Furniture, and other articles too numerous to
Terms?On a credit of twelve month*, with
interest from day of snlo fur Hums over $5 ; tinier
that sum. cash. Note and approved security
must he given for all property purchased at
the sale. 1
Bl'ersons owing tlie docen?cd open ?<
Munta will pleu^c attend On the day of saleuml
UloSC Up tin* S'.llllO.
SAKAII J. T,OOPF,lt. } Adm'x.
COLUKHT HAKllBTT, j Adm'r.
Vohnmny 28. 1801 .'to 2
i LI, persons indebted to the Kstute of SainX
\_ ui'l l.ooper, deceased, must make payment:
iirnl, all ilioso having demands against saiil Ks
iinu ?iii jiriiM-m iiu'iit ionic ur.norsiyncit, attested
according to law, within Ikio time prescribed
SA11 (VII J. LOOI'EK. I Adm'x.
COMiKKT HAItltKTT. j Adiu'r.
February 2K. lSf?l ;$0 3
State of (/Ui'Qilnat
IN ol* DIN UlY?OITITION.
\f\J III-III'',.\S. I), M. Itussull hath applied to mo
? i for lei loin of administration upon nil urn!
singular the pergonal ustate of Quinoy 1>. Klrod,
tlcccased. late of ilie District of Picketis ami State
aforesaid : TheUindrcd nnd creditors of said decenscd.
are, therefore, oiled to appear before me nt
Pickens C. II. on Monday the 1 lth day March next,
to shew cause, if any tlicy can, why said letters
smiiim nni ne grantc<l. (iivcii umler my hand and
seal tlii:< 201 h February, 18<>l.
W. K. HOUOOMBB, o.p.i).
Your XVIonoy or Your Note!
4 T.l< p?irrtons imlehletl t'? MAXWELL & SKA/\
HOllN' or JONI'jS it SK AHOUN must wi-fIlo het'ori!
Return day. Wo must have money or its
.TONUS k SKAROUN.
Pendleton, Feh. 20, l^ni 20 H
PLAINTIFFS AND DKFKXDANT.S owing
mo cost, us former Sheriff. will lake n -fiee
tluit I have their Accounts mudo out ready for
settlement. If they are n >t paid by or during
March O.mrt next, they will he sued itulitscrimiuately.
This is the last notice.
L. C. CRAIG.
Febrimrr 21. IRGI 20 -l
NEW TOLL BRIDGE.
riHIK BHIIKIB ovor 8cnacu Hiver.nt tho Old
x S1'?:\ii's Forrv, mi tlm llond from I'endlcton
to Wsilliiillu and Oconoij Station, having been
completed. will In* upon for travel from this date.
February 12, 1801 28 3
p mi s\ fiS*j,
FIjAT BOAT, formerly used at Sloan's
_1_ Ferry. It was built aboii' eighteen months
iivjo, in a substantial iniiiinor nnil is .Ml JV?nt in
Ajiply at tlu> now T >11 liridjro.
February 12. I Stl 1 2S
1 /WW j IIUSI1KLS OF CO UN. fur which
1 v / v wo will i !?v 'JU cents in Cush, or $1
.1. H. B. SLOAN' & CO.
'Pendleton, Fch. 1 J?. 1861 28 *1
rpslK I'jXKUCISES of tiiis ixstituJl
TlOX will i.oiu!iuinoo on the 1st M ?ndny
in February noxt. under the direction "I* Mr.
\V. I! IIVVIK .-w.: :..| ? >
... .. if I IH1?(1
moral worth ami scholarly attainments from
the lirst citizens of Orconvillo, un I lior Institutions
of learning, givo ample satisfaction.
Tin* .Music Department will continue under
the direction of Mrs. Coknisii, already s<> favorably
known to the public.
in connexion with the large arid well arranged
School H nuns, is a commodious llOAltDiXlj
1IOUSK, to bo opouod for the reception of the
Teacher and family, and pupils from u'distance.
Tlio Scholastic Year will cmbraco two Sessions
of Fivo Months each.
F'ir?l Pin *2*a <5 ? MO ? - C
. ..... V \'Kf IIVI
Second ' * 10 00 "
Third " 11 00 "
Tht' above, with Latin or Greek, or either. Slfi;
Contingent uxpeuftea, $1; Music, $20; and $1
C?r uso of l'irt no.
- 11. C. mili.F.u, ^
J. \V. CHAWFOHI), I Board
j. e. hkllottk. j of
JAM I'.S lit; NTH It, I Trustees.
J. 15. SITTOX, J
Pi-ndletoh, s." C., Jnn. 21. 18(11 2'>?8
I WILL attend at the following times and
f.lii?,"-?i f>>r the purpose of receiving Taxes
fur tho your 1800 ;
Tho Into day at which tho tax hill was perfected
lias delayed the, arrival uf my hooks;
therefore, I have been e impelled t > ehango the
tlay of n?v departure and attendance at tlm v?
ri'Hjo points in the district This (.'linage is absolutely
iiffconsapy, ami I hope i? will nut work
n disappointment to any.
Monday 25th February, at E/.ekidl Cox's;
Tupxdav 20 " at Center;
Wednesday 27 " at Bachelor's Retreat ;
Thursday 28 " at Fair Play;
Friday latof M;:rch, at Doiithit'it ;
Saturday 2 " nt. Fant'a;
Monday 4 " Ai Pickens (!. II;
Wednesday 0 " at Salubrity ;
Thursday & Friday 7 & 8 March, at Piekoneville
>jitur<iav '.Hl? March, ut J. T. (iossott's
M-mlnjr II ' nt'frnp;
l'liosiliiy 12 ut Hester's;
Wednesday 13 11 atHagood'n ; "
Phnrodny 14 ' at Mm. lhirton's;
Kridnv 15 ' at Kli Stnnnell's ; '
Saturday 16 " at Wolf Crook
Jonrt weak 18, 19, 20 & 21 at Pickens C. II;
Saturday 23d March at Hurricane;
Monday 25 " nt Wni. Nimtnon's;
I'nosduy 20 ' at'Orant'n Store*;
Wednesday 27 " at?Tunnel Hill ;
rimrsdnv 28 ?' at A UuliW
?ric!uT 20. " at Jonas. Phillip*':
Saturday .10 " at Fen ton 1[. Hall's;
Hominy 1st A|fril at 0. P. Poole's;
Pnesday 2 ' ?t O. W. Phillips';
iVcilnemlny Thi'?sdny 3 & l at WnlVnlla:
ilondfty fcnd Tuesday 8 nnd 9 at Piokons ('. II.,
kt whioh time my books will bo closed.- All porons
failing to mnko their returns by that time
iro, by liiw. double tnned. The Tax Collector
m* no discretion in the ?untter.
Stato Tax twonty-fivo per coot higher thnn
Itond tax 2.r> per cunt.
P^?or " 15 per cent. *?
Tux payors will take notice that no Returns
vilI l>e received unless accompanied with the,
nonoy. Nkiio but Stnto money can be received. I
" Ono tonth of one por oont.'on all monies |
itaned, monies At interest, all monies invoked',i
li tho stooks or bond* of nnv niVior !
ban tbo bonds or stocks of this State. an<l
(her than the stocks of the hunks ami railroad
omrmnics of thiti Stoto." Tne
Aggregate amount of monies to ho re- |
iirned by cuoh person should bfi ascertained..
?fore the return is ntade.
Slavo ownars nre roouired by law to return 1
k3 ru-wlct of <b>scs belonging to their negroes.
JOIIH Vf' h- CAUY, T. 0.
Fobru^ 5, 180> 27 If
PREP ABE FOR WAR!
frUK UNDERSIGNED offer* for sale Low,
STAI'LE IHIV GOO??,
For 8;ilo LOW.
SoUl for CASLI only.
' QUICK SALKS & SMALL PROFITS."
Country l'roducc taken in exchange for
J. J. LKWIS.
lVndioton, .Tan. i>, lMIil 22 tf
Rov. Aug. Angercr, A.M., Principal.
rpiIB 1'IKST TEllM of this School begins
JL February 5th, and will continue for live
month*. Tito ucouti term will begin first of
Thcro is vet no Primary Department, but ono
will hnadded as sunn us practicable.
The Scholar* have to partnke in tho .Study of
all tho common Knglish brunches.
jjixcijiliuc?Alibi, friendly. yet decided.
Each course of live months, $7.50
Latin, French or (jermun. extra, each, 0.00
Drawing, extra, 3.00
Piano, per lesson, extra, 40
Payable middle of each term.
For further particulars, apply to iho Principal.
Itcjco'iici'.s?Uov. F. Hacnman, 1). I)., and
llev. L. Mullcr, Charleston; Air. D. Bicmann
niwl lit- M.>. vi-..II...II..
"\V it 111 ii 11 u. .Jan. .?>0. 1 SO 1 26 tf
TKUSTKKS take pleasure in announJL
''ving to the public, that they have secured
tho services of .Sir. (J. Ij. IIoi,i,iNO*woKTU ami
L.auv, tn take charge of tho Ctaremont Aoftdeiiiv.
Those Teachers Intvc experience, and arc
competent to instruct in all tho various branches
of an English relocation. By arrangement,
a Male ami 1'emale School will lie taught in tho
The Academy will bo opened on the 2d Monday
in January. ISO 1.
O.iod boarding can be had in'tho neighborhood
on favorable terms.
Tho salubrity of the climate and the moral
tone 'if tlie vicinity, lire inducements that
alcnld nut lie overlooked l>v parent* and guardians
in educating thoir children and wards.
l$y order of the ltanrri :
M. S. STRIULIMJ, Seu'v.
Jan. 'J. lSl'.l 23 'tf
SALE LOW, by
L1 1 * J. J LEWIS.
Ja'nnnrv IT. 1 SnI'i I ? l r
OltS. MA.BUY &. SLOAN beg to inform their
frionds and patrons that they have removed
Iheir office to the brick building formerly ooCupied
by Dr. ')'. J. Vickens. where ono or the other may
always bo found, exoepf when professionally absent.
MA lilt Y & SLOAN.
Peiidlelon. Jan. lft, 1801 25 if
1)Y virtue of sundry writjj of fieri facias to me di)
rccted, will be sold before the Court House, iu
I'ickens District, within the legal hours, on the first
Monday and Tuesday in March next.
One tract of land, on Little Brass Town crook,
adjoining lands of George Uider, John lJlackwell
and others, containing seventy acres more or less,
levied on as the properly of Win Cape, at tlie suil
of Win Hot hell.
One tract of land on Mile Creek. Adjoining'
lands of losoph Price, L. N. liobins and others,
containing 160 acrva more or less, levied on as the
property of,.Henry Grogau at the suit of J. B.
vrnw u nci in isiihi containing zuu acres more or
less, adjoining lands of Klijah Alexander, sr., J.
N. Murphvee ami others, levied on as tlio property
of Henry Grogan At the suit of \V. K. Euslcy,
adnt'r., ami others.
Ono tract of land containing 800 acres more or
less, lying on Hooky Fork, waters of Oliaviga Creek,
adjoining lands of Spencer Chambers,, fcphraim
Cobb and others, levied on as the property of Win.
l'liillips at the suit of Robert Spencer and others.
One tract of land, on ("rooked ('reek, adjoining
lands of Daniel Butler, Joseph Brewer and others,
containing two hundred and eighty acres more or
less, levied on as the property of I). Von Kit/en, at
the suit of the State ami others.
On Tuesday after Saledny, nt Fair l'lay, ono
cooking-stove. &c., one Clipboard, one bureau, and
six stool bottom chairs, levied on as the property
of J. C. Stephens at the suit of J. T. Wait.
On Tuesday after Saleday, at defendant's residence,
near Fair IMay. 1 one-horse wncon and harness,
fifteen goats, and about live hundred bundles
of fodder, levied on as the property of Robert Holland,
jr, at the suit of A. 11. lirako & Co., and
iS.'.n K/v ......
......v. ...nnv, luviu-i on iv* iiiij property ot
ft. W. Htirkcl ul the suit of (?. W. Phillips, for llio
iisc of J. M. l'hiilips.
Olio sorrel liovao, ?xl ono buggy nnd harness,
levied on ns 'lie properly of K. E. N orris at the,
suit of Leonard Towers.
Two negro men. Hill and Tank, and one woman,
Lctty, levied on an the properly of J. M. llroek al
the Hit it of W. K. Archer and others.
Pour mules, levied 011 as th > property of Dr.
Charles Urownut inc suit of M. 11. Hunnicntt. and
One buggy and harness, levied on as the property
of Thomas 1\ Campbell at the suit of K. I,.
Ono saddle, levied on as the proportj of John
Hawkins at the suit of /.. Gibson and others.
uno rc?i steer, levied on as the property of J. 11.
Crenshaw nt the suit of C. F. Seeba.
One negro man, mimed Oreen, levied on as the
property of Win. Nimmons at tho suit of A. D.
Terms, cash; purchasers to pay for paper*.
W. N. CRAIG, s.i'.n.
Jan. 8. Iflfll JX id^
iiif;Di AL (;AK?.
DU. O. II. SYMMFiS having completed his
Colleumto omiroo, nfftm hia Profensionftl
services to hi* friend* i\nd the public generally.
Wtjl bo prompt in hia attention to his patrons.
Ilia office will he fouud with l)r. M. U. SHARPS
in the brick building Adjoining Store of Into E.
1!. Kcnaoti &, Son.
Pendleton, Ma.V 12. 1R0(V 41 tf
fFHK undersigned have formed a partnership in
1 (ha practice of Law and EqOity for Pickcns
Ulatrjct. Mr, Hai>i>kn may ho conHulted at his
office in lMcVonn and Mr. Obr at Anderson.
J A MRS L. OltR,
S, M. HADDF.N.
a . 42 tr
FOR SALE! !
rpiIE Subscribed is tho proprietor of i? valoa- I
I uahlo YKAOT OF LAND, nitunte near
Walliulla, on llio Bluo ltidgc Railroad, con- !
Five Hundrod Acros,
; Fifty of which uro good Creek and Brunch B?t
I win. mere aio two Poltlonient* i>u the tract,
j nnd the bind is susceptible of division. I desire
| to soil from One hundred und fifty to Four bun|
died A'-rea. <n> easy terms. Apply by letter to
; mo at Wulhtilla, or on the premises to
A. D. UAILLAUD.
Sept. 3. 18(>0 6 (>ui |
, The Carolinian will copy in its triweekly
on Mondays, und in the Banner twice a
month for six months, and forward bill to me.
1! ' i VK11Y ONH CAN UK SUITKD, AS WK \
j lmvc on hand mid rcccivo every uionlii j
! tlii? host
ra \ I, a a s a * ? a rc e: b v a x
I-Olf MONUMENTS, SLABS, TOM US j
II V \ nCTrWWO % i t nrr/Mfi
IIJJ.IWIU.1IW VI' ^VIJIJ OIA1"JC5
i Anil u-> ohc-up its Civil lie bought nilVVVuCre, With j
Cut letters, ;} 1-2 cents each, liaised letters.
'20 cents each; and tlio letters cut Icon and
j We have secured the services <>t Mr. JOHN
I C. CIH'jKHY as iiur Agent, who will d>> all ilint
j can be dune to give entire satisfaction. j\li i
business transacted by him will be ratified bv
LKAVKMj Si WHITE. * |
March 20. ISOO 33 tf
THE PENDLETON HOTEL
rpiIE Subscriber takes pleasure in informing
JL hi* friends and the public, that he lias tal
ken charge of that large and commodious House
in tlio village of
l?KKDfjETO!V, S. C.
He intends to keep a lirrft class house, and
invites the trnveiling, public and his friends to
! give him a call. Atnoiicsh tlm r>...t
! conveniences added. is lltat of n Rending Room.
I whore the latest papers may bo consulted.
A. 1J. BOW DEN.
Fob 2.1800 ^ '27 tf
FOR GOOD BARGAINS
A\? ( IU]41' <?OOR$,
COME TO \V ALU-ALL A !
undersigned has just returned from
j Charleston, where lie has purchased one of
j the most complete
STOCK OF GOODS
Ever before brought to t'.ii: pln<'? The variety
is great, therefore, enumeration is practically
impossible. He has
Both for Lmlies and Gentlemen's wear.
Of the various sizos ami patterns, out and made
uj> in the latost stylo.
; Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
In groat variety, ami of the latest pattern ami
My stock of llanlware, Glassware, Cutlery,
&o, is largo, anil will comparc favorably with
Of every description, fresh, and a fine supply on
Goods will ho bartered fur Produce and artielos
in tliis line, on tlic very best terms.
My GOODS have been bought with onro nnil
at tlie lowest juices. This enables me to offer
one of the host stocks in the country, on the most
accommodatinc terms. Call, examine my stock,
and try mo. I am bound to sell.
1). MEM AN X.
P. S. My Bar is stocked with the choicest
Wines and Liquors, and is open at all proper
times. I). II.
Wtilhnlln. April 20. 1800 30 if
I HAVE two Tracts of Land for snle?the
Darker and Craig places, lying near the Road
i loading from Oconee Station to Nicholson's
j Ford. GEORGE SEABORN.
Sopt 10. 1800 7 tf_
LAND FOll S A i'.Ffl i
rilUE subscriber will soli at private sale on
fl good terms, a
Valaablo Tract of Land,
J Situated in Pickens District, on the waters ol"
! Choostoe creek, near Bachelors' Retreat, containing
Five Hundred Acres more or less. The
tract is improved, with about thirty acres of bottom
land thereon. There arc (good schools and i
churches convenient. For,parttcnlars, apply to
G. W. PHILLIPS.
Colonel's Fork Po. Aug. '2'2, 1S(11) 4-tf
iua;e ridck house;
Pondloton, S. C.
rpilF, SUBSCRIBER. wbo ha? had several
I years experience in Hotel business, (having
been sole proprietor of the Willinmston
Springs Hotel for nine voar.O is now nnmnKinv
of the BLUE III DOE HOUSE, where ho*will
1)0 glad Id see all his old friends and patrons i
and also tlie travelling public. His house will
he provided with overyUimg necessary for a I
well-kept houso, both fronohe sea board markets
and surrounding country, and bis Bar with
choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. IIo has
good servants, and every attention wjll be paid
to bis guests to render their sojourn agreeable.
The good society of I'endlcton Village?the proverbial
good health of its inhabitants?-its fine
cool water and bracing ntmopphore?its proximity
to the mountains and its accessibility by i
oil - 1
vwniiiuilin.lll IIIUMJ II I'lUJ l>I T 110
bout summer resorts in tho upper country. Persona
arriving liore on tho cars, nntl wislung to
visit tho mountains or any other point of the
surrounding country, can ho accommodated with j
good conveyances nr.d enrcful drivers from th? ;
Livery Stable kept here.
J. W. COBB.
May 15, 18r.O 42 tf
JAMKK T,. ORH. W. P. PRICK.
OllR & PRICE,
j\ J J u ll IX I'j X ? AT li A W,
villo <7. II.,
Practice in tlioCourts of llio Western Circuit.
A T1IK UNDERSIGNED will cirry 011 (lie
fflQ) lllncksinitli business ai this plncc for (lie prescut
year. Wo uro prepared nt all times to
<lo work at the shortest notice. Wo will keep con
stanily on hand a quantity of Iron and Steel. We
will have a lot of first rate one and two horse Wagons
for ealo, soon. A lotof Uayne's Asca for sale,
at nil times. Plows always on hand, and all kinds
| of Farming Tools made to order.
J. K. IIA GOOD,
'Ptokens C. II.. 8. P.. F?h 8, 1861 20 1 m
THAT desirable Lot of Lftftd, with ft gno<l
dwelling, and other necessnrj ont-huildingMhereon,
.containing Three Aorof. On tho
pretnine*, thorn is a fine gAt-den, gnod orchard,
Ac. Tho Lot Adjoins Jacob flehroder nnd othch,
nnd lies immediately on the public road,
eqna-di?Unt from Wat Union and WnlhAllA. I
Terms, easy, H. Itw^S.
Oct. 30, tooO 14 tf '
COJfEjfO DACI SVII.LKI
rpHE Subscriber lias just rcccivc<l bin 'Aid*
1 iiimI WINTER KTCM'K, consisting of
Fancy Good*. Hardware, (,'rookery, Drugs and
Medicine^. Hats and Caps, I toots and Shoos,
III: A I) V MAI) 10 CLOTHING,
With the usual variety in tlio Dry Goods
All i?f which he iutcn-ls selling low for cash or
t<> tuini-ta'hl customers. He will take in KXClIAXdF.
Wheat, Corn, Pens, l$oet?wax, Tallow,
niul in fact any merchantable barter for
Goo<ls, at the market price.
B. F. MORGAN.
Pet 25. 1800 Fi tf
JOS. J. NORTON,
ATTOll X i: \ A T LA W ,
A N I)
"" ? ??? *?i????y.
PICK K N S COURT HOUSE, S. C
Jan. I. 1X58 25 tf
WaU'liisuikcr :?ib?I Jeweller.
WALllAliliA, S. C\
HAS received at his stand on Muin-strcct, a
lnrjjc and beautiful assortment of
Watches and Jewelry,
Which is cflerod very low to his friends and the
llKl'AlllI X(.5, in all its branches, done in
ft most workmanlike manner, and with despatch.
All work warranted.
June 22. 1R60 17 f
A T W A L II A L L A , S . C . ,
IS now receiving a splendid assortment
For Ladies and Gentleman's "Wear,
lie also lias on hand the finest Cassiniers and
Linens, for tho Spring and Summer; together
with innny other articles not necessary to mention.
Mr. Fajev continues tlio Tailoring lousiness
in all its branches, and respectfully solicits a
share of public patronage.
May 12, 1869 42 tf
AT .1101,1,, S. C.
fFMIE undersigned is prepared to oxccuto all
I orders in this line. Promptness and punctuality
is promised it' custom is extended.?
JAMES WHITE & GO.
August 24, 18G0 4 tf
Carried on at the same place, with workmanship,
despatch and neatness. Price, most accommodating.
Auirust 24. Ifififl
^ -* II
POWDER FOR SALE.
South Carolina Powder Mi'ls' Company
1_ offer for sale, on good terms, tin following
kinds of sun; ibr Powder, viz:
Common Pasting powder per keg $4 25
Brilliant " " " " 5 25
Common Mining " " " 5 25
Brilliant " " " " 0 25
Common.Rillo *' " " 7 25
Brilliant ?? " ?' K 50
Where the keg is returned 25 cents*
will lie deducted.
Address John Bow en & Co, Pickens Court
House, S. C.
WM. R. ROW EX, Agent,
Sept. 7, 1800 0 tf
(Hue t*iflgr ISailrond.
("MA11S on the Rliie Ridge Railroad leave PenJ
d'eton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Eri.1
.> K.-:--' -
ui i.t mniuL'a uciorc i o'clock, A.M. On
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 1 o'clock,
Anderson on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays immediately after the ears arrive
from Helton in tho morning. On Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, on the arrival of tho
cars from Colombia.
Sept. 8, 18<">0 G tf
'PUR undersigned will devoto himself entirely
1 to the practice of I,aw and Equity on the
Western Circuit. Mr. Haudkj* is his partner at
l'ickens. JAMES L. OKU.
Aii'h'ivou C. II.. May 10, 18.V.I 4'2-M'
TffTur ? '? *
\ T T () It V K Y A T L A W ,
WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted
to liis care ii> the Districts comprising tho
Western Circuit. Office nt l'ickcns C. 11.
Dec 5, 185ft 'JO tf
THIS STATE OF SOUTH CABOLINA,
F. N. Garvin, Adiu'r, )
vs. , 1 l'et. for Settlement.
Thos. 1). (Inrftn. ct. ills'. )
IT nppearinc to my satisfaction that E. W. Mcr1
ritt and wi.'o Ann, James II. Evatt and wife Marilda,
defendants in this case, reside without tho
limits of this State. It is ordered, therefore, tint
the said absent defendants do severally appear in
the OrditiAry'B office, nt l'ickcns C. 11., on Mondny
the 5th day of April next, to fliew cause, if ai.y
they can, why a final settlenien' of the Estate of
Thomas Garvin, deceased, should mjt bo made, and
a decree pronounced thereon on that day. These
parties are also required to render their advancements,
and receive their respective distributive
shares. \Y. E. IIOLCOMUE, o.p.d.
Jan. 12, lRfil 8m
jtii'j ?TATK OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Robert Kirkscy, Adm'r, ^
^ vs. v l?ct. for settlement. *
Wm. Kirkscy, ct. als. )
IT appearing to my satisfaction that David Garvin
a id wife Nanry, Isaiah M Kirkscy. .hired 15.
K. Kirkscy, Mary I<. M. 1*. Kirksev, Christopher
Kirktoy, Catharine Nullum, and It. F. Holland and
wife I cnelope defendi.-nls in thisoasc. riytide without
the limits of this Stale; It is ordered, therefore,
that tbe?e several absent parties do appear
in the Court ot Ordinary, to be holden at Pickens
C. II, on Friday the J5d day of May next, to shew
cause, if any they can, why a final b*. tlcmcnt of
(lie Estate >f William Kirksoy, senior, deceased,
(as 10 his distributive share in th-f Estate of fcilaa
Kirkscy, deceased,) .should not be usado, and a
decree pronounced thereon.
W. R. HOT.COMBK, o.r.n.
Ordinnry'H Office, Jan. SO, 18(11 8in.
tub Statr Oi?' socrn oakoli^a*,
l'K'KKSS DISTItlCT?OFI'ICK OOV11T OF COMMON PI.RAM.
WILLIAM F. PARKKit, who in the c??tody
of tlio Sheriff of PielcWis District, by
virtuo of a writ of capitis ud satisfaciendum, at
tho suit of Robert II. IIubbArd, o88iguoe, having
tiled in my office, together with a pohedulo
on oath of his estate and effuctn, It in petition to
tlie Court of Common Plons praying tlint ho
may he admitted to the benefit of the Act of tho
General Assembly mnde for thd relief of Insolvent
debtors': It if ordered, that tho said Robert
If. Hubbard, assignee, nnd all othors, tho
creditors to whoirt the Raid William F. Parker
i? in unywise indebted, ho and they aro hereby
awwnouoa ana nave notice to appear before M.o
said Court, nt l'ioken? Court IIoiipg, on tlic 3<l
Monday of March next, to shew oause. if any
ihev can, why the prayer of the petition aforesaid
should not bo granted.
J. E. HACOOn. c.c.P.
Office Common Pimm. Deo..15. I8(jv> 3Lm.
NEATLY ?>OXE AT THK COUlUKR QfFIOE.