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Occupation of Alexandria
Tile Uiohmoo'd pnpors of Monday brjng tts
sonic details of tho seuu.ro and ceoupation of j
Alexandria by Lin ooh? soldiery, fr'om whioh
\vo extract tho following :
'. Tho telegraph oflico was tho first place
seized. Mr. Kates, tho principal operator
and manager, had just tinto enough to gather
up his instruments and run around one corner
ns tho villains rushed in nt the dour. Tho
last heard from the oflico, tho Lincoln agents ;
wore busily examining tho dispatches. They
did.not make a large haul, nfl only two days'
dispatches wore loft in tho oflico, all the oth
ors, dating for weeks and months back, had
beon previously sent away to Rich mond.
" Tho telegraph oflico, wc are happy to say.
was rendered completely useless for work.->
Nothing was left but thc key, whioh could
not ho wrenched front thc.table.
" Mr. Durniu, tho junior operator, got the
implements all safe in a buggy, and passed
tho pickets at two o'clock. They are safe at
" The Maiiass.is Gap operators'immediatoly
detached tho wires to Alexandria, rendering
it impossible for the enemy to learn anything
from tho interior.
" Tho Federal troops hurried on to thc de
pot, but thc train, with the Virginia troops
ti nd passengers, moved away just in time to
lt is stated that ai. officer of thc Pawnee
notified Col. 'ferrett (th commandant of our
troops ut Alexandria) that the Northern army
was coining tit roo hours before their-arrivnl,
und all our troops in the town had orders to
?onvo. ? Terreti got away safely with all
" It' nppears that Capt. Hall, of thc Fair
fax cavalry, had told his command that the
federal troops would not bc there until 8 o'
clock, and a portion of them laid down to
fdccp. Thc consequence was that forty of
these soldiers were .taken prisoners. This
event has created a disagreeable impression.
" Tho flying artillery and cavalry from
Washington came by tho Chain Bri'dgo-thc
other troops were landed from steamers.
Their landing was well donc. A spectator
declares that tho work was dono in silence
niul with remarkable speed. Ho thinks the
whole number were landed in five minutes.
" Our .sentinels and pickets at the Long
Bridge fired on the steamers ns they passed.
All the riflemen down the sido of the river
did tho panic. It is not known whether they
succeeded in killing any of ?ho individuals
In relation to tho death of Ellsworth, the
Richmond Diqmtvh has the following par
Fillsworth ascended to tho roof of the
Marshall House, and secured the flag. C i
ing down with the flag wrapped around him.
he met. Mr. Jacksop, when lOllsworth remark
. rd, ' Herc, I have got a prize.' Jackson re
plied, ' Vos, lind hero is another prize,' at the
8:iine time levelling his double barrelled shot
gun, and shooting lOllsworth dead on the
.'Jackson was speedily murdered hythe
Zouaves. The shot that killed him pierced
" Mrs. Jackson and her sistci, as wc are. in
formed, took possession of tho flag, drew re
volvers, and defied tho Zouaves, who endeav
ored to Cnke it from them. Tho ladies tore
tho flag into shreds, determined that it should
not pans.into thc hands uf Lincoln'? ruffians.
Another report says :
" A sailor from one of the ships, in at
tempting to place an American flag upon the.
?top of tho polo nt* the market-house, fell and
?killed himself. The death of tuc man who
'removed the ?Southern flag,* and the death of
.itlio man who attempted to raise the United
.States.flag, in a ?State whioh had severed its
?connection with tho Federal Government,
.constitute a curious, and may wo not hope
4tn ?u?tru?tjijg, coincidence/'
- A special despatch to thc New York Trib
une, d.?ted at Washington, will bo found be
llow. In view of events whioh have recently
tlMlispcccd, the plans foreshadowed will not
?cause wery great surprise. Tho. telegram is
.dated May IO, und reads as follows :
AN ATTACK'ON lUOHMONH.
. Tho day of jubileo has come, and ti\6 30,?.
t-OOO troops 'remaining in and about this city,
. ,are rejoicing that they are so soon to show nf
what motu I they aro mado. Th'it Richmond
is the point of early attack, is no longer a mat
tor ot doubt, but by whioh route the force
will go is undeveloped.
VIKOINIA'S IMIOHAIH.K RESISTANCE.
At Culpoppor Courthouse Brigadier Gene
ral Cooke has 0,000 well armed troops, who
ure in ox poota ney of an early assault. ?Soat
torcd nt convenient points between Alex in
. dr?a, ?nd in it nro nearly 8,000 troops, who
arr. not expected to make a stand or show tight
until they have retreated to the main body at
HOW TUB .MOUTH WILT. PROCEED.
Tho Government has definite information
.01? thopo poiuts, and it is considered by milita
ry authorities that the proper course will be.
to. niarol) direct to Culpepper, and thence, if
possible, to Charlottesville, where aro now
"2,f)00 troops, nnd thonco to Lynchburg, ns
may be doomed host. Thoro will.-also bo dc
?fr-patohod forces by - Arpiia Creek, nnd n large.
?force by way of Norfolk, so that on all sides
Richmond will be surrounded
WU Kit K \VI!,I, liKtllK FIRST FIGHT.
Probably the first battle or encounter wjll
?ho at Culpoppor Courthouse, which is a town
*>f 1,000'.inhabitants, shout 00 miles from
'Washington and 100 from Richmond, though
tho routo is somewhat circuitous. Wo aro
aiot permitted to som! moro than this more
cutline, oven of surin?80, but tho censorship
would scorn'to ind?calo tho correctness of the
- -.- -o ? ?_
Coi,. VAN HORN'S LAST CAPTURE.-Tim
lotest news from Texas wo find in tho New
Orlonns pnpors of Friday Inst. Tho San
Antonio papors announce tho sucoess of Ooh
Tun Dora's expedition to capturo tho Hinted
States troops uiirfdr Col. Recvo, who wore
ooining down from Koria lilias, Quitman and
Jjanoustfev. ;Tho United' States troops were
eomo 818 ip cumber j tho Texans about
700. Tho terms were u unconditional Sur
., To Pr^NTKiis.^-Whcnfc is now being RA th.
bf od. * Pin nt tho ground hi coro Imwpdintoly.
There to lim? enough to mnjto a good orop\4
If sonked 2-i hours boforo planting it wil)
ooiVio up'iii four pr five days.- Courier.
' ? ...! 1.; '.o....i...jt ; jaaa?a
! TO HIRE,
( ?L GpOj) UK AI) O'ARpKNTKIt. st *25.00
J.JL ppr month 4nd board. Apply, bv lot tei
nt; Walhalla, to ELA^ t?llAltPB.
Muyl?? lSOi . 41
In Advanco pf tho Mail.
?ifif* Ibm. FRANCIS II. WAROLAW. Absolute
Justice of tho Appeal Court, died in Columbia,
on tho 29th ult.
JOS?* Cnptuin ?LL. SHANKLIN'S ?mupnny, of
Pendleton, hntt been ordered to join Ooh SLOAN'S
M?T Wo learn that four Adi companion will
tender themselves for ?orvicc in Ooh Onn's Reg
inlcnt from Abbovillo.
WASHINGTON, Muy 28.-KU Thayer has been
made Patent Commintdonor.
Gossip says that Hunks favors throwing 300,
OOO men into the Hold.
The Scoteinry has requested the Now York
Seventh lb \i\ ment t<? remain l h reo days longer.
Consenting, they loft lo luke possossioo of Ac
RALTIM'UIE, May 28.-An officer bearing Chief
.?ustioe Taney's attnohmont for contempt of
Coori against (Jen. Cadwalador, was not ad
mitted into Fort Mellenry.
Hielt MUND, May 28.-Ex-Govoriinr Wisc has
boon commissioned hy Fro-ddont Maris to raise
a Logion in Virginia. Several companies have,
already enlisted to serve under him. Capt. II.
Clay Malo of Kansas fame, bas volunteered to
servo in the Governor's Legion, and lins raised
H. M. Smith. Kditorof the Alnxnndiin S<m(S- 1
wi. un uncompromising secession joiirmil. has
escaped from Alexandria. Ile writes hore from
Warrcntou that he managed to pass tho onemv's
lines un molested. Thc Federalists supposing
him to bo concealed in Alexandria, hate offered
ll largo reward for his apprehension.'
Cen. Lee ami Stall'are now at Mnnussns Onjs
They left. Richmond this morning.
Oar scoots report ?.?; cnomy within fi^c lillie*
of Mnnnssus (jap. ?
Thc Confederate troops are making extensivo
preparations, anticipating a grand attack.
A large force of Federal troops hold possession
of Hampton. It is supposed they will combino
with the troops ?it Newport News, ami mareil ?
down t Richmond.
ST. Lons, May 28.-Hird'* H unt is occupied
by Federalists. Harney has ntlthni'l'/.O'l tho j
formation of a Ilonio Cunrd. and tho Union
mon nt llaunibul and St. .Joseph. Kansas City
and other places to bo fnrnisod with arm-', ami
mustered into the service of ibo United Sinter.
All tho State troops have left .Jefferson City lint
I wo h it nd rou, constituting tho Governor's Haly
PKMAM-: SOI.DIKKS.-We sec by our ex
changes tint numbers of ladies in Tennessee
and Mississippi-tho wives, daughters and
sweethearts of thc soldiers who have gone in
to the service of the Confederacy-.i.o prac
ticing with l ilies and revolvers, preparing to
..ender assistance in tho 4' good Cause." if
necessary ; or, al least, to defend their homes.
Some of the ladies in this community, we
arc informed, uro following the good example,
and expect shortly to bo able to do more exe
cution with fire-arms than they now do with
A special de<pnteh to thc Charleston dmr
inf states that a beautiful sight was witnessed
j on Monday last. Ol. the passage of the
' Clinch Hill s from Augusta Ul Millen, at
several points young and beautiful ladies,
numbering from sixty to eight.;.', were ranged
along the railroad, with niles in their h .ods
and presented arms to the. Clinch Rifles as
they passed.-/*offrshuri/ ( 1"?/.) I'J.rpress.
Si A lt lt I KU, on the'JSth Aprih-by Hov. Wm. Heid,
Mr. CALVIN ll. STANCH, lo .Miss NANCY ANN COW
MAN, nil ot' Picken?,
Ou tlic 10th institut, nt thc roshlcncc of lite
brille s ft. thor, by Kev. D. McNeil Turner. Mr. P.
H. IIAIUIJJON, or Anderson, lo .Miss MAHY Pint ll IX,
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD.
Fll.niS is to givo notice that from tho boh
.1. day of June, un freight other than passim
gor'.s baggage, will bo received by tho Hine
Ridge Railroad Company to pass tho Twenty
Six Mile Crook, until tho completion of tho
Illidge over the said Creek.
Trains will ho run for ibo ilcO'Hnmodinioi!
of passenger*, who will have to chango eats at j
the Six-nnd-Twoniy Ire-tic. ?
Doe notice will bo givoo f |fn o-i.n-.e. ..,
iif tra flic.
C. .1. HOC UN,
A^iiMnnt Bugin efe r R H. H. H.
Pondloi.n. Mav .'ll JZ_'_ 3_
rilli H H m rd vf Cotnini-sioiiers of Roads of thc
JL 6lh Regiment.-S. C. M.. will moot nt llnn
inr's, mi M .oday ibo i Ol lt Juno noxt. at 10
o'clock, ?i.- liusi n's- ul' imp irtuoco will t'C before
the pop rd f A prompt nt tendance is desired.
II. C. HHIOOS. Chm'n.
May C7. 18nl___43_2
TH INSTATE OF SOUTH CA'ROLlNA,
j SA HR A PAN1K1.S. wile ol'.lohn Daniels, of
I <| Picketts District, hereby gives notice Mint, upon
lint expiration ot thc legal length ol' lime. I will i
trade ami act nft ti I'roe iletder or ''femme covert ;" ?
tote1 publie notice ls hereby given accordingly. My .
occupation is that of ii fanner inul weaver.
May 2Q, JgQj_48_8m j
rtSJ?? P10KKNS MOUNTAIN CAVALRY
J. will hold nn Kloclnm for i)i>h??t??jit?t?l
RB A.fOll of the 1st Regimen), to which they
have agreed to aUnch ibom-ehes, at Walbnlln,
on Friday tho I4l.fi Jone next.
Lioutc'imnt M. F. Mitchell and T. J. Keith 1
uro hereby detailed to ussist mo in the manage- !
mont of t lie Election.
Rv order of Hrigadior (lenet al J. H. GRICKIN.
. ' M. M. NORTON, Captain.
Mav 22. 1801 42 2 ,
IV S. The Company is hereby ordered to '
uppeur for drill on that day.
TU K ST AT ti pP S0UT?I CAROLINA,
Nancy A. H.. Oillilund )
vs. IPet. for Purl ilion,
.lohn ll. Y. aillihuid, et. als. j
IT tippeiu-iug to my satisfaction that I,onutel J. j
Uilliltuul, ono of tho defendants in this cuse, is I
absent fro tn mid without tho limits of this Siato :
II is ordered, therefore, I hat (lie said absent do
fonda lit do appear in tho Court of Ordinnry. nt
Piokous C. H. on Monday tho 20th day of August
next, and object to tho partition or salo of thc Heal
l?state nf David (lillilaittl. deceased, or hie consent
lo lite sntue wil) be entered of record
VV. K. IIObCOMftB, o.i'.i).
^Ordinary's Office, May 20, 1 PO 1 . j 42-Sm
STATh? ( Vlf St >HT1P OAUOlitNAv i
V?7 fl KItH AS. h. lingers and !.. A. Rico applies to
tr me for holers or administration upon all and
singular thc personal CHinto of .lames lingers, jr..
deceased. Into of tho Diidrict of Picketts mid Stale
aforesaid:. Tho kindred and creditors of Said de
ceased, aro, therefore, cited to appear bofore tue
flt Piekens C. H. on Monthly tho loth of .lune
noxt.' lo shew cause, if 'niiy they dm. why ?aid
letters should not be granted- Oivon under my
hand' nrtd seal, lld? 2lsl May. 18(0.
MEPI??t N0T?CE-?EMOVAL. !
l\ns. 'MAHRY & SLOAN beg to Inf?ri? their
J J friends und patrons that they have removed
tti'drefBo? to the brick building formerly occupied
by Hf'. T. J. PiokehH. r?hero ono or Alie other may
ft?#ays be found, oxcopt wlion profeislonnlly ?b
.ont- . , M A Oil Y & 8L0AK.
Penaioton, J?H.? I?, 180V . : 26,: if
Eil ?tor : A roport having geno nbrnnd
tin?. I should have ?sod disrespectful.lunguago
concerning tho vnluntoers, I wish to inform tho
puh'?o. through your columns, that I never used
any <lisrosp<>otfnl language concerning any of ,|
thc volunteer*, intentionally. What I said was
concerning my brother keeping company prcvi-'|
nus tnhis volunteering; AVilh all duo deference
to any misunderstanding as to what I did ?ny,
I am a poi nal friend to tho volunteers, am]
l)nid then1 i the highest esteem.
U. Wi STKIMIKNS.
Twelve Mile. S. C.. May 27, 1801. 1 j
We. the undersigned, having been called up- j
on to investigate tho report above alluded to, j
we eortify that wo lind nothing or think there is j
nothing criminal attached to it.
J. N. ARNOLD,
SA MU KU PA USONS,
_May 27. 1*01._ J. lt. H AMLIN.
The " Koweo Volunteers " aro desirous of
Uniforming themselves, and will be much ob
liged to those parsons who formerly belonged to
thc Piekeiis Riflemen, for the Palmetto huttons*
which they have upon their old uniforms.
Applv to W. X. CHAKI.
May 20. 1801 4?_1
All pprsi ns having possession of the gil lin
Which were furnished hy th? State In the Pick-!
Ons IliflcmOit. are roipiired tn deliver them at.
my nilleei immediately^ the proper nulli ^ ri ti?; s
having rpquirod their return to thc armory of
thc Stale. The bonds for said gnus are in my
possession. J. J.'N?RTI?N.
May 27. ISO!_1
FOR MAJOR OF CAVALRY
t&SSP Tl?e friends ol' Captain A. 1>. QA ILL All t)
j rei peel lally announce him II enmi?late lor M A.IOU
! of the Squadron, Isl Regiment of Cavalry.
I ?i?jrTho friendi of Cd. \). A. LEDBETTER
. nunoiitioo him us a candidato for COLON KL of
th? lto<riiliont of Volunteers now forming.
Col. E- P- Jones.
TUB remaining Volunteer Companies in this
llrigade will soon be organized inte a Regiment.
Wc most respect fully suggest that Col. .JONKS is
the proper man for the position of COLONEL, and
wc trust he will be elected without opposition.
O Rli KNV IIiL E VObUN T li E H.S.
JB?&'-Tho friends ol' CAPT. lt. A. HAWTHORNE
anniMuioe hiiii* a candidate Tor MAJOR ol' the Keg?
?mont of Volunteers now forming.
?S?y-Tlie friends of CAPT. I,. P. CRAIG nie
noonoo him ti Ciliidldnlo for MAJOR of the Volun
teer Regiment being now formed. *.
t^-The friends of DU. (i. ll, SYMMES an
nounce him a onndidnlofor Major ol' the Regiment
ol' Vnlunteers now being formed.
BY T). AJ?EMANN".
rjSlllS LAKOi-l AM) COMMODIOUS ES
.L TAUIiiSilMKNT has been compleied and
furnished in the best style, and is now open fur
ibo r?ception . f hoarders and transient custom*
i'--. Toe H udor uglied gives the House his por
s mal iitieuiiiiil and supervision, and his table is
supplied with the best tho railroad and country
Walhalla is a pleasant and flourishing town,
at thc present terminus of the Dine Ridge Rail
road. There uro churches ami the'nest school?,
with fino rond s nod thc usual facilities for travel
in almost every direction. The invalid and
traveller, too, have here a most salubrious eli
mino, willi a line flew nf mountain scenery.
Th travelling North heretofore for health
and plen-ure ure now cut oft* from spending
I hoir money amongst our enemies. The under
signed lins boen ut great expense to prepare for
this class and others; and. with his long oxpo
rieoic in thc business, he Hatters himself "bal
he ea-- giu" entire satisfaction, Ho resptvifullv
solieii- iii" patronage ?if l;is friendi) and tho
travelling publie. His terms are moderato
D. BI LIM A NN.
Wa india. Muy 0. I SOI 40 if
iivjf The Charleston Courier will copy daily
tm Monday and tri-wcckly on Thursday till
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE,
rpi (ft SUBSCRIBER ?fters for sale his vnlu
j_ able and eligibly located
TIS 4? tv or liArvPt
Containing Three Hundred und thirty-three
Acres more or less, situate on Cane Creek, and
.within three miles of thc nourishing .town ??f
Walhalla, 'fitere are on the jduce, p'O acres of
good bottom, toreo so?tlaioonts, dW?lii?igtj and
? nit buildings ; nod fine building sites, in view
of the whole range of mountains,
The Hine Ridge Railroad will, in n few days,
bo running to Walhalla, which brings thc place
in easy ikccpss from alni ist till quin t?is of the
lion it try.
On ibis Traci, waler power abounds, and
lucre arc also n Saw and ';rist Mill thurooii in
Terms, m .derate. Address me at Walhalla,
or upplv on the premises.
.J li SS li A. II ALL.
May 0. 1 SO 1 _d0 ^_ _ if
ILL Bli SOLD, nt tho lute rosidenco of
Leona ni Capuhurt. dccoused, on Tuesday
thu Uth of June next, all the
V IO U SON A L V R O-V K H T Y
Of said deceased, consisting of one Horse, one
Mule, one Carriage, two -Wagons, Household
and. Kimhon Furniture. Also, ut his Mill
place, nt p. m.. mi tho sumo day, one pair
Mill Sinnes and Irons, ono Cotton Oin,ono
Dutch Fan. ono Hopper, ?nine Saddle Troos, &0
THUMS - Kor all sums under live dollar-', cash;
for sums of and above that amount, credit till
1st January nox.r. with interest from dato.
not? and security.
M. M. NORTON.) "
L. N. ROBINS, f k*0"*
^May_21. IS61__ _42 .1
CO ill ti TO THE tW8V?)??
THE CR is ru is uro y rsi
ALL persona indebted to W. H. DUN DY ?i
CO., for the year 1860, must come forward
and make settlement by Not? or Cash-oath'
pri'.feitcil-ns we aro needing inonoy.
Persons indobted to the firm of DUN DY ?fe |
PULLEN for tho years 'lK.iS-'SO iniist pay j
within twenty days from this dato* or pay cost,
W. H. DENDY ?& CO.
WalhaU^ Feb-X 18f)l _J26 , tfi
TUK S'l^VTK"OP SO?TJH CAROLINA,
I'lOKKNU-- IN KQUITY.
Tilnian Q? Mng?o. J !
vs, }> Bill for Partition,''ftc.
Minot .Mugeo, ct. al. j
IT appearing to tho Comminsionor that Maret .,
Magee, N A. Magee. Nancy Hunt ;% heirs- .
nt-liiw of Fanny Mason, decoirsei'l.to wit: Ben,-,
jamill Mason,' Elias Mason, Ezekiel Mason,
Benjamin Brown, II, M. Salmon and husband
Waid, d?fendant* in this cuso, resido without
the Ii|nits of tbi? State: ' On motion of Harri
son & Podium, Pomp. Sol., it is ordered, thoro- !
fore, that the said absent Refondants do appear. '
plead!, an-twer, or /lemur to complainant ?"aid ,
bill of complaint, within three months from the
publication of this rn! ?. oran orderprocoi\fcxso
will 'bo" taken, against thom. * '.
ROBT. A, THOMPSON, c.E.p.t?. .
Comm'rs ?fftob Mi>roh I80lv 3w '
T" CLAREMONT ACADEMY. ' '
rpj?K TRUSTiiKS luke plensiiro iii nnnouii- ?
.JL ???fg t?) tito jiu Mic, that ?hoy hnvo scoured
tho sorvices of Mr. C. li. HOI.I.INOSWOUTII nod .
LAOV, to take idiuig? nf thtj Ulnromont Acndc
my. Thoso Teachers huvo experience, mid mo t"
oompotenl tu instruct in ?ll thc variuiiK brunch- ?
OH of mi English education. By nrrnngeinont,
u Moto mid P?mulo School will ho taught in tho
sumo house. 1
Tho Academy will be oponed on Ibo 2d Mon
dny in January. 1801.
Uoou boarding cnn po had in "tho neighbor- j
bond on favorable terms. f
Tho sui II liri tv of the eli mato und the moral
tono id' tho vicinity, mo inducements (hut ?
should noi ho overlooked by parents mid gum- y
(Huns in educating their children mid wnrds.
By order of tho Board : (
M. S. ?TRIBUNO, Soc'v. I
.Tun. Q. 1801_tf
S H EftIF E ' S ? A1/ ESL
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri fuciusto me di
rected, w:il be sold before tho Court House, in
I ricken"* Hist, -t, within ibo legal hours, on the first
I Monday ami Tuesday in .lime noxl, j p
One tract of land containing IUD acres more or i
I less, whorcon A. M. Mnuldin now lives, levied on i ^
i aa (lie property of Allen Mnuldin at the Hitit Of I j
Hardy G i Ut rup vs. A. .M. Mnuldin and Allon
One Iraet of land containing 5'J aeres more or .
less, lying on waters of Mile Creek, adjoining lands 1
of J. P, Ourlinm mid ot hors, levied on ns the'prop- >H
ort'y of William O. Durhntn at the suit of W. c
Creen & Co. *
One tract of bind containing ?'OO acres more or
less, lying on Rocky Pork, waters of Changa creek,
adjoining/lands ol' Spencer Chanibers, ?-'phraim .
'Cobb and others, levied on as the property of Wm. '
PliMlips ni (ho suit of Holier! Spencer and ethers. I
Om trtUj of hind Containing I.V) aries ni"re vi' }
lc *, whereon the defendant now lives, adjoining
lands of David Shepard, bli (Shepard ami ol hers, I t
as Hie property of L. lt. Rutledge ut lite suit ol ?
ti. H. H. M. mid 'JVJ. Keilli lixor's. j ,
i One sorrel horse, ami one. buggy and harness.
I levied on as ihe property ol' lt. J'3. Norris ut the j
I suit of Leonard Towers.
One yoke of oxen, levied on as the properly of
.lames Cox, ul ibo suit of Neville & Pitchford.
(Ute gray horse and one pray mare, levied on ns 1
the property of David L. and John C. Richey, ut \
the suit of Messiah Long, vs. David L. and John i 1
C. Richey, and lid ward Hermina.
On Tuesday utter saleday, ut tho residence of.l. j '
W. McIntyre, ten hogs and one heifer, levied on | I
ns his properly, nt the suit of James Hare vs. J. j I
W. McIntyre timi Hob"I. rowell. ! 1
One sorrel mare, levied on as the properly of J. j I
W. Garrett, al thc suit of L. ll. J. Goodwin, for nil- I
other. j j
One sorrel horse, one sorrel mare, one ox wagon ,
and one yoke oxen, levied < n as Hie property of (
Jofese A. Hall, at the suit ol J. C. Vonhlee, for un- ,
oilier. * (
Ono sorrel horse, and on Tuesday nfl er saleday.
al the residence of-.!, ll! llanuienti ono yoko oxen,
one wagon and ono Sorrel coll, as his property, nt
the Suit of J. M. IlimuiCUtt vs. J. ll. ami M. lt.
One negro girl. Patsy, ns the property of li. B.
Keith, ul tho suit of Scott & Prut her vs. Alexundcr ?
Hrvco et. tils, sureties on his official bond.
Terms, cash ; purchasers lo pny for papers.
\V. N. CRAIG, s.p.o.
May 8. 1801 lt? id
TilK~S'rATJ0 OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN Olin IX All Y-PIOttKXS.
J. Ii. Ibigood, Adm'r, \ Petition
vs V for
?T crom la li Wldtmir? & wife Anna.et.tils j Settlement.
IT nppcaring to my satisfaction thal Jnines llob
1 inson. (?coge Robinson, jr, Joseph Robinson,
ItiUldiil] Rollinson, Lydia llagood. Thomas Hilt
and ?vile Martini, the heirs-ai law of William Roh- ,
inson. deceased, (mimes and number unknown.)
and the heirs ol' lili/abeih Reese, deceased, (names
and number unknown.) delehU.-inls in this ense,
reside without the limits, ol' Ibis Slate: ll is or
dered, therefore. Hint these several ubsont parties
do appear in (he Court ot Ordinary, to be holden
til Picketts Cou i'l ll luise Oil .Monday the 8ih day of
Jjll.V next, to shew can?", if any tiley cnn. why a
final sel dement ol' the lis?ale ol Hard,, Rollinson,
deceased, should not be linnie und a decreo pro
W. li. HOLCOMB!?, o.p.i).
Ord'nary's Office. April 2. 1SH1 .'lin
I) UNAWAY from the subscriber! on thc (Ith
\< of Inst December. BKUK?. about 5 foot
7 Ilieh?* high, very black skin, 20 years (lld :
sometimes he limps slightly, from having had
one of bis legs broken three years ago. Ile has
u ivifb ut Dr. II O. .Miller's, near Pendleton,
nm! is probably lurking in thnt neighborhood.
Tho nbovo reward will lie paid for his appre
hension und delivery to tho nearest inil. All
persons detected in harboring or niding 'dm in
any wuv, will bo dealt with according to law.
JULIUS N? BOSS.
Fi.oiiK.vcE, S. C. April 0. 1801 .17-tf
JA MKS !.. Oltll. W. 1?. PRICK.
\< QRR & pRICE "
A T T O ll N li Y S AT L A W,
Opoeiivillc <C. BI.,
Practice in the Courts of the Western Circuit.
THE 8TAT1? OV~ SOUTH CAROLINA.
Mary Jane barton, "J
by her next friend, j Bill for construction of
j li. Harleston Harton, Deed, &0.
and Jane Ibirton, J
IT appearing to my satisfaction th it Jane Harton,
ono of Ihe defendants in this e:;se. resides with
out tho limits of this State : On motion of Norton.
Comp. Sol., it ?S ordered 'hal she do appear in this
Court, and plead, answer or demur to complain
ant's sahl bill of complaint, within three months
from thc publication of this rulo, or nn order pro
voii/fifiso will he taken ngainst her.
ROUT. A THOMPSON, o.K.ivn.
Com'rs Office. March 80. 1801. 8n)
^???i STATIS -O P fijO.OT II .CAROLINA,
IN KQl ITV-1MOKKN8.
John Hurdino, ")
vs. . > Bill for Partition, icc.
Patsy Hurdino, et. als. J
IT appearing to my satlsfaotion that tho hoirs of
Pidly Lnthein. to wit : Geo. Lalhem. T. H. South
wick and wit? Patsy, J. W. Ltithem, Hiehnrd M.
Lnthcm, Amlrew P. Ltithem. Anthony G. Lnthcm,
j Sum. W. Lnthein. Jas. !.>. Petit and wife Jane Ii.,
? Licob KrU.esI ind wile H elsy, Jos. Hurdine. Sam'l.
j Hurdine. Kl i j ali Robinson and wife Henrietta,
I defendants in thw case, reside without tho limits
I of this Slate: On motion of Harrison & Pallium.
I Comp. Sola., it.is ordere.., therefore, (hut thc stud
; absent defendants do appear in this honorublo
i Court, mid plead, answer or demur, to compluin
\ nnt'ssaid bill of complaint, within three months
! from tho publication hereof, or an order pro eon
fexso will betaken aa to them.
ROBT. A. THOMPSON. c.K.i.n.
Conn's. Office. March 2d, 1 Stil. Sm
rFirhiliT?Wi~?Tr ?OIJTI? CA1WLI?A.
AVarren lt. ti. Moss, "i
vs. KAmcndcd Hill for Ro
SJnmuel M. Hunt. ct. al. J lief, ko.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Samuel M.
Hunt, one ol'the d?tendants in tlliseaso resides
.without tho limits of this State: On motion nf
Norton. Comp. Sol., it is ordered that ho do ap?
pear In this Court, and plead, nnswor or demur to
complainant's amended bill of complaint in this
enso, within three months from tho publication of
thisldo, or on order pro confetso will bo takou
ngbinst fi m?:,
BOBT. A. THOMPSON, o.F..e.n. '
Co'm'rs. Office. !h?ich HO. 18C.1. 8n?
TI I "?r-8T?TK" OF. 801 Wu[??$. RoL???,
? Th' John Jcnkutst ' //t'.v t(h(i:i\ or Crrditors :
YOU aro hbroby Viotiflcil to be and appear lu tho'
Court of Ordinary? to bo boldon at Picken* 0.
H., on Monday tho 1st day of July next, to show
cause, if any you cnn. why tho distributive phnre
'allotted to John Jenkins lu .inp Ronl jislato of
Prnncls Tenklns, deeensedi nhouhl not be ?lltridcd
amongst tho next of kin of tho'snid John Jenkins.
' ? N W^. B; ?O^OMB??, o.^m.
' AT PENDLETON.
i^VElty.pNK CAN DM SUITED, AS WK
I j lia-VO o? liuii l und reecho every month
ITA Ll A rv A?\? A M B;KIC A JV
?OU MONUMENTS, SLABS, TOMBS
HEADSTONES OF ALL SIZES
Vnd us cheap as eau be bongin anywhere, with
Out ' Mers, 3 1-2 cents each. Raised letters.
10 cents Odell: and tho letters cut Jeep and
We have secured thc cervices et Mr. JOHN
5. Oil 15 Blt Y ns our Agont, who will do al! that
an bc done to give on tire satisfaction. All
niaincss transacted 1>V him will bo ratified by
LEAVE!,!, di WHITE.
Mardi 20.1800 83 tf_
THE PENDLETON II OT EL,
IIHK Subscriber tnkes pleasure in informing
his friend* nod tho public, that he has in
ion charge of that lnrgo und commodious House
11 tho village of
1* KN HILTON, H. C.
Ile intends to koop n hist class house, nml
II vites thc t rn veiling public nod his friends to
jive him a cull. Amongst tho pom forts and
ion l eniences lidded, is tluit of u Heading Room,
vhere thc latest papers may be consulted
A. D. BOWDEN.
Feb 2. 1800 27_ ?f
BANK OF STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CHARLESTON, February 15, 1801,
ii II E LEO ISL AT URE having, ni bs hi-r
session, authorized the issue of Ronds to
im amount of $076,000, benring nu interest o("
per cent., for the purpose of providing the
linds required to sustain thc State in the net of
'csumlpg her rights of Sovereignty, this Hunk
ri now prepared to disposo of tho Ronds. Tlioy
ire issued in 8Uinsof$?O, ?100, and$160. An
ippm-i unity is thus alibi dod every citizen to
nnke a secure and profitable Investment, while
.ontributing nid to tho cnusc in which tho Stoic
s engaged, With the view of enabling citizens
n any part of ibo State to share In the loan,
he Clerks of the Courts of the several Districts
nive been requested to open Hooks of Subscrip
ion for the Stock. Suitable arrangements will
l)C mudo for furnishing bonds on the receipt of
:be money, nt nu em ly dav after each subscrip
tion has Deon made. Engagements for the
purchase ol Ronds may bo mudo nt the Run':,
ir at nny of its branches, lt is probable that,
it the next session of tho Legislature, those
parties who desire it may have have their Roods
jonvortcd into Stock.
C. M. FUR M AX. President.
Fobruary 2$, 1801 30_ tf
m ti im; Ab .??tttt>;
DR. 0. H. SYMMES having com plot cd his
Collegiate course, offers his Professional
icrvl?os to his friends mid thc public generally.
Will be prompt in his attention to his patrons.
Ills office will be found with Dr. M. L. Sh A lt PK
n tho brick building adjoining Store of late E.
?. Ren ou .v. Son.
Pendleton, May 12, 1800 ll tf
BLUE 1UDGE HOUSE,
Pendleton, S. C.
rpiIR SUBSCRIBER, who h ns had several
.JL years experience in Hotol business, (hav
ng been sole proprietor of the Willianiston
Springe Hotel for nine'veftrs,) is now proprietor
>f tho BLUE RIDGE ROUSE, where he will
io glad to seo all his old friends ami patrons
ind also the travelling public. His house will
10 provided with OVorything necessary for a
,vell-kept house, both from thc sea board markets
ind surrounding country, und bis Rur with
dioico Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Ho hus
good servants, and every attention will be paid
0 his guests to render their sojourn agreeable.
Thc good sooiotyof Pendleton Village-'the pro
verbial good heall!) of its inhabitants-its fine
*ool water and bracing atmosphere-its prox
mity to the mountains lind its accessibility by
Railroad, all contribute to make it one of the
>est summer resorts in the upper country. Per
ions arriving hore on tho curs, mid wishing to
,isit the mountains or any other point of thc !
lorroundingcountry, cnn be accommodated with
?oml conveyances und careful drivers from the
[.ivory Stable kept liere.
J. W. CORR.
May 1"), W)0 _____42_tf_
PlIJt? STATE OL^ SOUTH CAROLINA,
PICKE NS-IN EQUITY.
3. W. Rankin, A>signco, 1
vs. \ Pct. for Relief, Std.
LL F. Ilollaud mid others, j
IT Appearing to the Court that B. F. Holland,
Christopher Kirksey, Jared E. Fi Kirksey,
[sinh M. Kirksey, Mary li. M. Kirksey, reside
vitbont this State : On motion of Harrison &
I'ullinm, Pro. Pet., it is ordered, that tho said
ibsent defondahtS do appear, plead, answer or
lemur, to tho petition tiled in this COSO, within
bree months from tho publication hereof, or
heir consent to tho sauio will bo taken piY? con
"essa ns to them.
HORT. Ai THOMPSON, C.E.V.D.
Com m ' rs Ollicc^ Milich 23. 1S01. gm
MIK ST ATM OK SOUTH CAROLINA.
PICK Rt* S-IN KQUITY.
1. \V. Mnssingill, ct. uls. "j
vs. }. Rill for Account, Re
>avid McWhortcr, ct. als. J lier, &C.
j T appearing to my satisfaction thal Sarah E.
1 McWIiortor, Louisa C. Drown, John McM nor- I
er. ilefembmts tn Ibis case, reside without the
?mils of this State: On motion of Orr.x Madden,
'ump. Sols., it is ordered, therefore, that tho said
bsent defendants do appear in this Court, und !
lead, answer or demur to complainants' said bill
f complaint, within three months from the pub- |
?ontion hereof, or nu order pro confcMxo will bc
liken against them.
ROBT. A. THOMPSON, O.K.P.D.
Com'rs Oftice. March 30, 1801. _8m
fcfTATKt OJ? SX)l?Til CA?tQL?tf?, .,'
ICKK.SS DISTRICT-0?PIOR COURT OK COM MON PI.l'.AS.
WI Lld AM F. PARKER, who is in tho cus
tody of tho Shoritf of Pickens District, hy
irtue of a writ nf capitts (td soti&fiivicudum, nt
ho suit of Ishnm W. Taylor, haying tiled
11 my office, togethor with a schedule on ont h
f hi's estate and etfects, bis petition to tho'
iou rt of Common Plcus, praying that ho may
o ndinitted to tho benefit of tho Aetof the Oom
ral Assembly mndo for the rolief af Insolvent
>obtors: It is ordored, that the said Ishnm
V*. Taylor, -and nil others, tho creditors to
dunn the suhl William F. Pnrkor is in nny
dsn indebted, ho and they aro hereby suin
loncd nod have notico to appear before the said
!ourt. nt Pickens Court Rouse, on tho 3d Moo
ny of October next, to show cause If nny they
nu, why tho prnyor of tho petition aforesaid
boult! not bo grunted.
J. E. IIA(iOOI), c.c.r.
Qflico Common Pleas. April 1. 1801. 3m
7. K. BA8I.1?Y , IMA AC WlOKt.lKVK
?ASLEY & WICKLIFFE,
Attorneys nt ff,nu.
JIT I LL attend punctually lo all business en
? ? trusted to their caro in tho Districts
omprlsln'g tho Western Circuit.
, OFFICE AT PICK?NS C. IL, 8-C
Sept. 2^ 1805 _1? ?? tf
, V, . NOURIH, .IR, J. W. HARRISON. lt. O. PU1.I,.1AM<
iOKR?^'TlA.V?RISO?? & m?l?l?r.
AttornufM nt fl.nw,
AND SOLICITORS IN EQUITY,
?IP LL attend promptly to all business entrusted
Fy, to thoir care. Mn. 1'CI.MAM <an ?lii?y? be
lund in tho Offieo. . r ' ;
. . OFFICK A T 'PIOR ENS 0. H., 8. C. . ,.
JOS. J. NORTON,
ATVOliNISY AT I, AW,
Solicitor in Equity.
Pl CK ENS COURT HOUSE, S. O'
Jun. 1. lK-,8 25_jr-ff
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
WALHALLA, g; 0.?
HAS received'ut Iii? sttiud on.Mnin-stroot, o'
huge nod beautiful assortment of
Watches and Jewelry,
Which is offered very low to hin friends nnd tho
tending public. . ,'
REPAIRING, i.n nil its branche?, done in
a most workmanlike manner, und with de
spatch. All work wurrunted.
J une 22. 1 800 47 _f
H. FAJEN, i
A T W A L HALLA, S . 0 . .
IS now receiving a Splendid assortment'
Hit Y GOODS.
For Ludios nnd Ocntlcmnn's AVo?Ty
He also hus on hand'thc finest Cn SM m cr* nnd1
Linens, for the Spring nnd Summer; toge thor
with ninny other urlicles not lieccssnry to men
Mr. TAJEN continues tho Tailoring Dnsiness
?null its branches, and respectfully solicits .iv
shave of publie putrounge.
May 12. l8jW 42 tf ,
AT J?IO??Ai>''? Hll?i?i, S. C.;
fg^lIE undersigned is prepared tu execute all
I orders in this line. Promptness mid punc
tuality is promised if custom is extended.
JAM KS WHlTJi &> CO.
August 21. 18f?0 4 tf
POWDER FOR SALE.
npiIE South Carolina Powder Mills' C.onipany
I ofter for salo, on good terms, the following
kinds of superior Powder, vi?:
Common Blasting powder per keg $4 2G
Brilliant " M u " ? .r> 25
Common Mining " . " " $ 5 2ft
Brilliant " " .? 0 25
Common Bille " V " 7 2ft
Brilliant " " " " 8 60
j??y~ Where tho keg is returned 25 cent*
will lie deducted.
Address JOHN BOWEN & Co, Bickens Courtf
House, S. C.
WM. R? BOWEN, Agent.
Sept. 7. 1800 0 _tf
Kine Kidgc ICailroad.
$m ? mm. jjgj aa
C1ABS on thc Blue Ridge Railroad leave Pen*
J dleton on Mondays, Wednesdays nnd Fri
days, nt Lfi minutes before 4 o'clock. A. M. On
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at I o'clock,
Leave Anderson on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays inimedintely after tho cms arrive'
from Belton in the morning. On Tuesdays.
Thursdays and Saturdays, on thc arrival of tho
cars from Columbia.
Sept. 8. 1800_tf
'DUI' undersigned will devote himself entirely
I to the practice of Caw and V.rjuity on Ibo
Western Circuit. Mr. HAUDKX is bis pm tner at
Dickens. .TAMES lt. OB H.
Anderson C. H.. May 10. 18.MI 4f>-tf
.WM, C. KEITH,
A T TOR N K Y AT L A W
\IT ILL attend promptly to nil business entrusted
fi to bis cure in Ibc Districts' comprising- Ibo
Western Circuit. Otlice ut Dickens C. IL
Pee ft, 18.V.I_'M _If
State ol'.South Carolina?.
Win. Hunter, Adm'r, ")
vs. I Pcb for Settlement.
J. M. Owens nnvl otbers. J
IT appearing lo my satisfaction that J. M".
Owens and wife Pcrmelia. A., Oliuttn Ar
cher .ind Eugenia Archer, defendants in" this
case, reside without the limits of this State: It
is ordered, therefore, that the said absent do
fendnnts to nppcnr In thc Court of Ordinary, nt
Dickens C. H., on Monday tho first day of July
next, to shew cause, if tiny they cnn, why is
finnl settlement of tho cslnto of Andrew H. Ar
cher, deceased, should not bo made itt Hint time,
mid a decree lind thereon.
W. E. HOLCOMBE, o.r.n.
March 2.1. 1801._33_3ni
Male of'South Carolina,
IN EQUITY-riCKENS. - -
Elizabeth Evatt, )
v. . ' \ Amended Bill for Parli
J. S. F. Evatt, et.al. ) lion,.* C.
TT appearing tn my PoHsfaptioh li.nt Addison
JL Buggs nnd wifo Snrnh. defendants in this
case, reside without the limits of this Stnto : On
motion pf Harrison & Fulham, Comp. Sub, it is
ordered, therefore, that tho said defendants do
appear in this Court, pleud, nnsw?r er demur to
tho amended bill ?ll this case, within three-'
months from tho publication hereof, or nn order
vro cenpeaso will ho tnken against thom.
BO BT. A. THOMPSON, o.E.r.n.
Comm'rs Omeo. March 2.1, 1801. 3m
IMIK undersigned bnve formed A partnership in
tho practice of Law nnd Equity foy Picken H
district. Mr. IIAUUEX may bc consulted ai bis
)Hlce iu Pickens and Mr. Ona nt Anderson.
JAMKS L. ORB,
" 1 W. M. BADDEN.
Dickens C. H., May IO, 1P?9 42-tf
?HJS ?T?TE OF SOl'TH CAROLINA,
riCKKXS-1,N KQl'lTY. "U
Wm. Hombreo .) \ -
vs V Petitiou for Belief' &o
fi. AV. Baldwin. j
IT appearing to my satisfaction that O. W. Paid
win, tho defendant in this case, resides willmot
thc limits ot tliis States on pi?llnn Of Reed and
Brown, Pro. Pct, ordered,, that ho do appear nod
plead, answer er demur to thc peril ion in this cane; **
within three months from this date, or tho Samo
will bo tnken against bim pro confess?.
BOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Q.?;i\n.
Mnrch ?, 1801 81 ' ^ 8in
Tho State of South Carotin*,
PIOKKXS lJlST?WT. .
ILUCY MCCOY, wifo of Roy McCoy, of
* Pickeiifi District, hereby gives notice (fiat,
rtpori the expiration of the legnl length of time,
I will trnde and net ns a free dealer OT^fchitne
'overt;" ami publie not ?ea.is hereby given oe
?ordinglv. My occupation is that of a Farmer
und Senmstross. L?CY McCOY.
March 23. 1801.. .. S3i 3m_
Bhe ?late ot'Sondh ?a io Ii na,
G. M. Lynch,'et. als. 1
*v?. \ Rill for Partition, fcc.
0. F. Lynch, ct. nls. ) ?. >
IT nppearing to tho Commiwloner that. Wil
linm J, Lynch, C. F. Lynch, Calvin Lyn oh,
Jnspn Oitlespiennd wife Elizabeth, Johrt Lewis
avid wife Mnry, William linker and wifo Sornb,
Hiolmtd ^?nbineon-and wife Ntinev, John Rob?
inson and tf ifo Eli|r.n, dofondnnts rin thi? ' enae,
resido without.tho limits of this State : - Or, mo
tion of Orr & Hiulden; Comp. Sols.,- it ls <n*der
od, therefore, that tho said absent d?fendant?
do appear In this Court, nod plend, answer, or
demur to coniplainfints' said:. p\\Y- of co^plftint,
wit?iin ihre? months from thu pnbliei?t?ctn hore
of, or an orderj>ro eon/e$ib wilt Wtaken ngaiftst
ROBT. A. T?^lPS??i; hk%.p.
. ?omtVpfflw, Maroh % .I6?L , %h