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pern, (lied suddenly, in tho neighborhood
of Ducktown, ft week or two sinee. Poor
Sut! After having innumerable encounters
mid conflicts with man and beast?been
shot several times, and consumed " Husthcad"
enough to run an over-shot mill for
forty days and nights, died ignobly at last
from a blow inflicted wit.1i tbr? fic? ..f <? f..i_
low-man.?Athens (Trimester) linnner.
Consignooa at Anderson Dopot,
Pan vtkkk ENDi.s'd atovrtBO.
Brown it McCicca, -I I) Jordan, \V E Walters,
r 11 Hawkins, Slielor & S, Sullivan it S.
.1 11 Sitton; Ilumliird, II tt Co, Benson it J,
Allen <t C. (lots Seaborn, .T W Crawford, W
C Bow ley, II K Havenoll, MeUco A T, llrown.
V 4, Co, If Towers, M It llunnieutt, B F &
T S Cravton. K B Benson it Son. C (' T-anc
ston, US Porclior, DQuinscy, W II D (witl1'inl,
Smith <fc Clark. M Doun. W A Jones, J
Hunter. K K Alexander, II L Joffors, Dondy
& I', A 0 Xorrirt & Co, 1 > Himrod, 1) Konno,
W 8 It lack. Wliltner & O. Cj II KovIht, .) A
MoFall. ,) V Shankliu, Knglntid 1) Co; J 1)
K Sloan & Co. F. HICK, A'iont.
iMahhikd, i n tlio 24th nil. Iiy L. Rogers,
K?|., Mr. .t. M. Wn.soy to Miss Ei.i/.aiif.th
Hi uson', nil of I'lf.kono.
Pkpahtki) this life in Pendleton, July 10th
18">8, .lixcv K. C?AMrnt!i.f? daughter of Mr.
II. K. Campbell, in the 24th year of her n^c.
ller illness was protruded. but she boro it
with Christian patience and resignation, and
gave strong evidence of her preparation thro'
faith in our Lord Jesus Christ to meet the
summons to leave the earth. May her family
and friends receive her dentil as a call from
(lod to them to prepare t'orctcrnitv. andnnw
their end bo as hopeful as hers.
Died, in Pickens district on the 2d May,
)8,">8, Corkki.ia C., daughter of W. mid M.
K. liurkett, aged nine mon'.hs and fifteen
days. This lovely rose of ours that was loaned
to us for a short period, and upon which we
doted so tenderly, has boon taken from us by
tho blessed Jesti", who says in his word :?
" Suffer little children to come unto me. and
forbid them not. for of euoh is the kingdom
iti ? '
w? Ikvitivu. I? VVJI *i\rv WlUilWU fiarvilis
for littleCoisNEi.iA C.t for while her Iwdy has
hean tawerod to the grave, her spirit has
found u home in Heaven. " Homo sweet
homo." we nil havo friends in Hon von.
rpilK Notes nnd Accounts due T. J. Kcose
|_ & Co ninv he found in the hands of W.
S. KecfO, at Fair Piny, until Keturn dav noxt.
l'ersons knowing themselves to he indebted
are requested to umko settlement withoutfurtlicr
notice, and biivo themselves cost.
T. J. KEESK & CO.
Fair l'lrxy, Aug 2S, 1858 2
IS hereby given, that nt the next session of
(lie legislature, Application will bo ninde for
nn act to incorporate the "Clioohcft Mining
C'omprrnv," niul also (lie "Hluo llidge Mining
Company." TAufc 22, 1858.
Soo and Hear!
A CIOOP 11AIUJ AIN TO BE SOLD!
rpilK subscriber offers for pate his HOUSK St
1 liOT. in the town of WiilluiUa. which enn bo
bougftt at private sale until the 25th of September
noxf. If not disposed of before, I will offer
it nt public outcry on tiint day. The House and
lot is minuted on Ma.i,i). street, adjoining lots of
K. IUu*son ami Isscrtcl. uipl nearly opposite the
Ainorienn Hotel. Persons disposed to purchase
enn examine the premises. Mr. Ilulwinkcl, who
i;*?. .,o?^ :ii ?i a? 1 - - -
Iivni, n^u nnun HIV JUl'IlllSVtt IU llliy OI1C
desiring to 8C0 them.
J. W. P. STIIUUS.
81, 185S 7 !
Watch Repairing*, &c.
PI1IIH subscriber hogs lenvo to inform tho
J. citir.cns of the yurrouuding country, that
lie will visit this plaeo again during next October
Court, and will remain until all ordor?
rue fillod. Ho Repairs Watches, Clicks, Jewolry,
Ac., in a workman-like manner, ami on
tlie most rensonablo terms, lie can he found
at Mitckkli/u Hotel, where work mnv be loft.
8. W. WKST.
Pickeng C II. Aug 28, 18">8 7-tf
BY virtue of (in ordor to me direotcd by
W. J. Parsons, Rsq., Ordinary of I'it-k?
ens District, I will sell to tho highest biibler
on Saloday irk October next, tho Ileal Estate
of Joshua Chapman. deceased, to wit:
One tract of mml, situate in Pickens District,
on Siioal Crco'j, adjoining lands of Carter
Clayton. 8atuncl Chapman ami others,
containing Ono Hundred and Ninoty-two
Acres more or less; sold for diviaion among
tho liftir* of ?nid decon?e(l.
rn L? "
i kumh ok oai.k.?un n creutt ot twelro
immthfl. with interest from day of wile. except
tlio cost, which must bo paid in cash. The |
purehnsor t<? givo bond with good security,
totho Ordinary to secure the payment of tlio
purchase in >ncy, with a mortgago of the
premisos if doomed noctWHftry by him. Purcliasorto
pay oxtra for titles.
L. C. CllAIO, s.p.u.
Sept. 3. 18.')8 7 td.
T^Y. virtue of an order to mo directed by j
_ _> w. u. l'ltmoiiM, nun,, ununary ot l'ickons
district, I will soil to tl*o highest ladder
on Saloday in O.itulior ne&t, tlio lltfnt Estate
of JaniofciiUtUand. doJQascd, to wit:
Ono thiol tfC I<nn?l, situate in IMukons Ois'
trust, on Adams' (Jrcok, enjoining lands of
James II. Ambler, Joseph Massingill and
otliors, containing Oae Hundred Acred inoro
or less; sold for division among tlio lioirs of
Tkrms ok Sai.e.?On a credit of twelvo |
months, with intorosfc from dny of Palo, oxcopt
the eost. which must ho paid in cash.?
* Tho purchaser to give bond with good security,
to tho Ordinary to sooure the payment of
tho purcha*? money, with a mortgago of tho
promises if doomed noeossury by hiiu. i'urchaser
to pay oxtra for titles.
L. 0. CHAIG, s.r.u.
Sopfa 2. 1858 7 td
sjair <?r sossHb Carolina.
IX OUOI .V.lllY OtT.VTIOM.
WlIRlvK.yH, Jopth* Norton hutUnpplic?ltonio
for lottors of lulminirttr.itlon, upon nil ami
ginguUr the por*ohnl 0*tnt( of Mi^tlin Norton,
dcacANcI, Into of tho Stale i\fo?'o*i?ht awl (llnti'lot
ofriaUwii.u ffn^l oredjBoif ot ?ai?i
<le0cA?0(i nva, iltcrcl'oip, eltc;l to nppcnr hoforo
ino, at lMckens t"?. IT, on Monday the HOth ftopt.
lnrt., to nhotf o(Vii!*n, if nny they OAti, why miM
loitciM shonhl not bo ttirmtod. Given under my
lmn<l niul n? il, yopt. J. Iftfift. >
W. J. PARSONS, o.i'.n.
t " ? .**V~ * ?
hides and bark
\17IU, BE ISOUCillT AT FAI? PRICES
V liy , ,T' T'- x SMITH.
L T?o VarO, Jan A, 1858 25-1/ I
j SAW AND POWDER MILLS
I)Y vivtuo of sundry fi fns to nio directed, I will
| 1) Hell to the highest bidder, at PickensCourt
i House, on Halodoy in October next, the TRACT
! Ob' LAND upon which Kiudcv'fl Mill# live situn
! ted. The tract contains about Fourteen Hundred
Acres, much of which is tine nt'iiblo land
and heavily timbered with the best pine, oxcopt
about sixty acres which has recently been reduced
to cultivation. Tho tract also contains
n considerable quantity of tine low grounds.?
On the premises is a SAW MILL and fixtures for
running nil kinds of Machinery ; a Dwelling,
Store-house, Shops, fifteen or twenty cottages
and nil neccsKsiy outbuildings?all new and in
excellent repair, and the water power inoxhaustiblo.
The property is locatod tlirco miles from
: rn'KonsU. II. unci \'Z miles rioui Pendleton.
At tho same time, Easlcy's l'OWDER MILLS
i ainl Two Hundred Acres attached of ]>rimo
; land. These Mills are new, never having Seen
in operation, and are situated three miles iVom
Pickens Court House and eleven miles from Pendleton.
AI.SO, the valuable Plantation of the late
Col. John A. Kpsley, situated on Saluda Uiver,
five miles from Oreenvlllo C\ H., containing
about Eight Hundred Acres of Land, about one
I 1 1 1 .! ...i : i ? ? * -
luiKirvu <?i which is iirsi l ine uoiuuil.
All cold as the property of (lie InteCol. John
A. Kaslcy, junior, at the Kcpernto suits of Win.
Choice, II. ('. Young. M. 15. F.arlo ami others.
Tonus of sale made known in a future
I,. C. CltAia, H.i'.n.
August HI, 18">R 7 t?l
rpiIK subscriber having purchased the
1 Wool Cnrtltttg Mnuhitie, on Wolf Crock,
ifiir mimrrs store, respectfully announces
to the public generally, that ho is now propared
to <lo Oardwig in good style ami at
short notice. There in a capital Burr machine
attached, for cleaning Wool. Bv strict
attention to buHinevp. the undersigned hopes
to merit the patronage of the public. Toll
can bo paid in either money or wool.
A. C. UUQ1IKS.
Sept 2. 18.">8 7 tf
SIX STONR tT'TTKUS, at ClinngA liriilj^o,
one mile f? ? in the Stnmphouro Tunnel.
Apply nt the work to
Aug 24. 185$ n
XTT I I.li ItO kikld tn tl?f* liiirlioaf IuiMa*
YV " Pickens C. II., on Salcday in October
next, a TRACT 01"' LAND, lying nonr snid
town, containing One Hundred nnd Twenty
Acres more or less, nml adjoining lands of
Alex llamsay, D II Kcunemur and others.
This tract will be sold on a credit of twelve
| months, tho purchase money to bo secured
by note, bearing interest, with security.
At tho. rosidono.n of Win Slflnhnno on Tuna.
day after Saleday, the Cattle, Hogs, Household
and Kitchen Furniture, and other property,
will lie sold. For huiiis of and under
? ") cash, over that amount the same terms and
conditions as for the land.
A. S. STEPHENS.
Aug 23, 1858 ? td
: STATIC ()K SOUTH CAROLINA,
1) W C CantroU and wife | fi|p p Ution
Mrs E Powell and others j
T>u USUAXT to an order made in the above
i jl biiuwi cosut oy viinnconor narillaw, at
tho last term of tho Court of Equity, for Pickens
district, I will soil at publio auction, to
the hicheat bidder, at Pickens Court House,
on Saleday in October next, tho IlEA L ESTATE
of Alinon Powell, deceased, to wit:
Olio Tract or situate in Pickens
district, and lying on Tugalo Itivor, contlliiiilior
h'i'rlit Ifunrlwiil nml
I K ivr.,15 ngtll 1.
Avarilla (irifliu J
vh I Bill for Pnrtition, kc.
TIiov. Griffin, ct. nls. J
IT appearing lo the Court, upon bill filed, that
1 J. II. Mansell nnd wifo Vanhtli Hnrton Griffin,
lienjamin Griffin, Sargent flrillin, 11. II.
Oriflin, II. A. IlillingMly midwife Minerva; the
licirH-nt -lnw of Hnlley Oriflin. decouxed, to wit:
Avarilla OrifHn; Sargent J. Griffin, Joseph GrifI
fin; nnd the hoirn-at-law of William Oriflin, deceased,
namely J Avarilla A. Oriflin, Nancy V.
j Griffin, Kliliu II. OritTin, llosannah M. Oriflin,
1 0. U. Oriflin, Mary I,. M Oriflin. Bniloy II. Grifi
fin, Thomas V. Griffin, Margaret T. Oriflin, Mar
urn r. i/. t trim it nnu June jvi ?. Oiilhn, results
| without llio limits of this State: on motion of
i Harrison, complainant'* solicitor, it l.s ordered,
I therefore, timt the said absent defendants do
i appear in this honornblo court mid plend, answer
or demur to complainant's said bill of complaint,
within threo months from tho ] ublica1
tion lieroof, or tho Haute will bo taken pro confctno
as to them.
ROUT. A. THOMPSON, c.K.r.n.
vom rs omcc, Aug z-t, in?? Hiu
GOOD LAND FOR SALE.
rjllIE subscriber offers his Imnds for sale,
L 'ying ond situate '>n tho waters of Mossy
Creole, in Whito county, (la. One Tract
contains 250 Acres, a part of which is goo<l
Uftttam; upon tho placc is two dwellings, out
buildings, orchard, &J. At ono houso, forty
ncrosaroeloarcd, and ntthoother thirty acres,
flood springs aro convenient to lwth plo"??
This tract is in 5 miles of the Court House, 1
niucoi a p?Hi niuco, more, campground and
clnireh. ALSO, 215 Apron of Lnnd.lvinzon
the Creek, with water fulln and power for iron
worka, mills or any othor improvements.?
I Thoro i? alao good farming laud on thi? tract.
Tlioso tract* aro locntod in pleasant neigh- i
ltorhooda, and was formerly a'part of Hnbortdiam
county. Now is tho tiniO to got a
hcrgain, iih I am determined to foil at a reducod
nrleo. Addnis* mo at T<oo, Ga? or in?
snoot tlio promises ut nnv time,
August 2, 18.18 8 8m
PREMIUM COOKING STOVES,
OK all with fttul without Hollo\v*wnro.
For rtnlo by J. H. VOHJT,
| OppoMto Planter's Tlotol, Walhulla, 3.0,
Aygu*t6,1307 4 tf
n v. ",,M il" IOi,?
and adjoining lntul* of .) W Hare, J W Pratlior.
.1 II IjpUi?v and Harvj Davis.
TKKMS OF KALE?On a credit of one
and two yours, with interest,except the costs
which arc to be paid in cash. Tlio purchase
money to bo scoured by bond, with two or
more good sureties, conditioned for its payment
in two equal unnual instalments. Purchaser
to pay for titlo.
This Tract of Land is a verv valua
bio one, find in also improved. There arc
ft bout ono hundred ncros of ohoico rivor mid
crook bottom on tho promises. For further
piirticulnrH, upply on tho pluce or to the uudersigned.
A pint of tho promises is on fdc in my oflroo,
and Oftn bo seen fit nnv time.
roivt. a. Thompson, c.e.r.n
Com'rs Offiep, Aug 24. 1858 td
.State ot* . South Carolina)
J Andorson Pricos Current.
irotlHKUTKD WKKKI.Y ?V KNULAKD, I MiklKl * lO
Civtuoii C. H-. August 81. 1
, Cotton per lb. 8J (li\ 11
Salt, per sack, - - 2.0Q .
ouco, mo, per id. - - 1<5 (?/) 1 I
Sugar* brown, per lit. - 9 (ff\ 11
" crushed nmlloftf, per lb. 1 I (?> 18"
Molasses, West India, pur gallon, 40 (<o 45
" N. Orleans' 44 " 45 (?/; (10
Yarn (Cla.) per bunch, - - l.liO
Osnnburgs, (heavy) per ynrtl, I'i ( > 11
Shirtings, " - 10 (<i, 11
Iron, common sizo Swede, por lb. 01
" Kngllth, ... 0
Nails, per keg, - - - 0 (n) 0}
Oil, I.insoed, per gallon, 1.37 (<i 1.60
1 ?i Tv?i,i <? . on 1
Glnus, yxio - - - ;} (? a.2 ?
i?X12 - - 3.25 ft, 8."0
ltico, per lb. ... r.J (?\ 7
Flour, per bnrrol, 4 (ii\ .>.00
Wheat, per bushel, - - 90 (a) 0i>
Corn, " - - . f,.", (,, ?)
Ihicon, hog round, - - Ki (,> ,2
Bagging. Utinnv, per yard, 17 (n 18
Oats, per bushel, - - 30 (?;, .13
! Pons. " ?' . 1 on
j Po **v. Hi Ho, per kop, - 7.J (W\ 8
Pijp rc is always lo bo found a,piod Slock
l oi' <;? > 1? t K., Jt. & Co'h.
ri^llF, Captains having command of hetit
companies in the 5th Regiment, SC M,"
will parado theia at Hunter's on the 10th of
S eptember next, at 10 o'clock, A M. Oilicor?,
commissioned and non-commissioned,
the d?.j previous, for drill and instruction,
armed and equipped ns the law directs for
| ordinary militia duty. Col 11 II Orlf;
fin, the .Judge Advocate, and officers in com
I uiniui <>f tmo sovoral beat companion, will as,
sotnblo at tlio court house sifter tho drill,
I cqnippod as the law directs, for tho purpose
I of holding court martial.
| By order of Gon W K Knslov :
JOSHUA J AM ESOX,
Aug 20. 1S.")S (> Col ('oni'g
SALE OF LOTS AND LANDS.
WE WILL SELL to the highest bidder,
before the Storoof lssertol & Norman,-,
in tlio town of Walhalln, on Saturday tho
2.r>th of Soptomber next, tho HEAL and L'EH
!?u.\ Aij KHTATI'I assigned by tho said Issertel
it Normau for tlio beneiit of their cred-.
itors, to wit:
All tlioir interest in tho Ileal E.stato bp-fl
low mentioned: hot No 1, lying in the to\vh
of Walhalla, immediately on Main-street,
containing Four Acres more or less, adjoining
I) Hicinaun and other!?.
One House and hot in said town, containing
One Half aero, lying on Main-street, and
adjoining lots of 11 raj en and other*.
One other House and hot, known as th&
new Store house, unfinished, lying on Main
street, containing One ami one-third Aero*
move or less, on which there is n good garden,
bum, stables, Ac. It adjoins lots of Mrs.
Niebuhr and other?.
Two other lots, lying in said town, on Main
street, containing One-half acre oaeli, and adv
joining lots of Capt Wagoner ami others.
ALSO, one Farm, containing Kigbty-scvon
Acres more or less, known as section No ,
lying in tlie vicinity of said town, and adjoining
lands of D Niemann aiul others.
ALSO, one other Farm, containing Fifty
Acres more or lc.is, known as section No 3,
and adioinine lands of Dr W T Ilollnn.l nml
other*. li>tli of tlic.sc farms arc improved
ami in a high statu of cultivation.
Also, the intoroat of lasertel & Norman in
the German Settlement Soe.ioty.
The Heal Kstato will be sold on acre(lit
of eighteen months, payable in equal seininnmml
instalments, with interest; scoured
by noto and ample security.
At the same tii?*^? and place, the Remaining
STOCK OF GOODS, Cuttle, Household ami
Kitchen Furniture, nml a largo quantity of
Lumber will ho mictionm! nfT
For tho Goods, &?j., sums of $f> and upwards
nix months credit, secured by note and security,
with interest; nndcr tfiatsum, cash.
B?5uThc Goods, Modioines, jfce.. arc s,tiil
offered at cost for cash until tho day of sale.
J. E. IIAGOOI), Assignee.
KOli'T. A. THOMPSON,
Aqp; IS, 1838 Agent for the Creditors.
rOlt SAL 84.
I 1TTIT T 1- --1 1 4 A? ? " ^
Wiuii iju num. at me rosmonco 01 Ut\ptttin
.John Maxwell, seven miloasouth
west of Pendleton, South Carolina, on the
6th day of October next, the property of Baylis
.). Maxwell, viz:
One Negro man, Dave, 31 vcors old;
" " woman. Julia, 18years old;
" " boy, Perry, 9 years old ;
" " girl, Ann, 6 years old;
" " 'child, Alton, 8 mouths old ;
One llrass Clock, 1 Silver Wuteh, 1 Rilloilnn,
tMA- 111 ? r *
nily oti."iiuis 01 'iliout; i .J.ICK, I5:Ulg?. tour
yearn old; four Jennets ami ono colt, Jack;
half interest in ono Jonnett and colt, .Ju^k ;
1 lot (Joilt*, 1 lot Hog*.
Besides tho above mentioned property will
be alsoRold: two other Negroes, ono mnn
and ono woman; four .luck*, two of them very
liir^e, (proved) onoof thorn 14 hands high,
both of black color, the other two quito young.
uhu?]/ mnnfinnnil r% Kwa *I?a
being imported. Tlio abo\o property will bo
8obl 0:1 n credit of twelve months, with interest
from day of sale; notes with good security
August 0, 1858 4 8
ri ha ou i)7i r r e it?,
1ST nUIOADK 1ST DIVISIONS. 0. M.
Greenvim.k 0. II., S. C.
I Order No. ?
rrillB Roglmenta comprising' tho 1st
.JL ado 1st Division S. C. M., will assemble
atihe following tiuto? and. places, for lloviow
uiiil drill, aratW mid equipped as the law
Tlio 3d Regiment, at Tonoy'a Old Field,
on Tuesday, the 31st August.
I rno l?t itogiraeut, at Jlruton's, on Thura- !
: day 2d of September.
Tho 4th Regiment, at llaynio'c, on Thurs'
day. tlio Oth of September.
Tho 42d Regiment, at. Minton's, or Craig'n,
I on Saturdny, tlio lltli of Scptembei.
Tho 2d llogimont, at IlalVa, on Tncf-lay,
i the 14th of September.
Tho f>th Regiment, at Iluntor'a, on Thtirsj
day tho 10th o?Soptombpr.
i'lio commiHsioned and notvcorainlssiofted j
: Q(floors will ftBHombl# tho days provioax, nt
' thoir rofpootivc pliico^ of Koviow, for Drill i
| Colonel* of llogimonts ar? chared with thft
| extol,sion of thi* order. They will bo pronarft<l
And inikn thslr Hotuma nt tV.?
By 01 ^lor of Ilrig. Oon. Kasi.kv.
II. I.KK T1I1UJSTON, Hrig. Miy. ,
Aug. 18 5 til
API'LIC AT ION will be umde to tlio Legiclatuvo
of South ('? vMnn, at U? noxt aesaion,
for nn net to hieorpt/ftto the Retreat Churcli
and lands appertaining thereto.
II, i8i8 ft 8m 1
STAT IS OF SOl'TH* CAROLINA,
Mary Ann Ooucli )
Vrt I if.ii ft... i>.,
Rol/t Couch, ct. ills, j
TN ohfldionc'6 to uu order of tho Court of
K'|uit_v, in this ruse, 1 will cxpoao to ?ulc
nt Auction, to tho highest bidder, at Pickens
Court House, on Suloilay in September next, i
the KEAIj KSTATK of John Couch, doccaaod.
Tract ,\'o 1, situate in the District of Ph-k:
.....I -r. ; I
<?..< uum- mwiuHuui, <m nruaitv crock, \va- '
tors of Saluda river, containing Five Hundred
Fifty and one-half (SAO)} Acres, and'
adjoining lands of (Ion. Oruikslianks, Hubert
Conch and others.
Tract No '2, situate in the nforosaid State ,
and District, on waters of llrushy creek, containing
One Hundred and Ten Acres, and
adjoining lands of Joel F.llison, Thus Mont- j
goinery and others.
TKIIMS OF SAIjFi?On a credit of mm mul
two years, with interest from day of mlo.? I
The purchasers to enter into bond to the t.'om-1
missioner, with at least two good sureties, to
secure the payment of the purchase money in
two equal annual instalment?. Purchasers
to pay extra f.?r titles. The costs to he paid
in cash on day of sale.
I'lats of the<e tracts are on file in the Commissioner's
oflico. Tract No 1 is valuable.
uom? won unproved, and on which there is
some good bottom laud.
HOB'T. A. THOMPSON', c.K.r.n
August 0, L.S58 t<i
STATE OF SOUTH" CAROLINA,
J limes Kogers, |
vs Bill for Partition.
Kdward lingers, et als )
? TXDKlt an order of the Court of Kipiity
^ J in this ease, made nt .Tuno Term. lfr">8,
there will be sold, to the highest bidder, at
Pickens Court House, on Saleday i September
next, the KKAL ESTATE of Jiinaj Powers,
senior, deceased, situate in Pickens district
and State aforesaid, to wit:
Tract No 1, lying on Oconee creek, waters
oi ljiiuo Kivor. contiii 11?n>Si\ Hundred
Acres, and adjoining lands ol' Cajjt I. \ Robins.
tract Xo 8, und others.
Tract Xo 3, <:o Gaining Throe Hundred and
Two Acres, adjoining Tract Xo 2, unknown
lands, and Tracts Xos 1 and 4.
Tract Xo 4, containing One Hundred and
Twenty Acres, and adjoining Tracts Nos 1
and 3, lands of A D Rogers, James Todd and
TKKMS OF SALK?On a credit of fine
nnd t\i*n jpni-o 41 ' ?r ? 1
The purchaser or purchasers to give bond,
with nt least two good sureties, to secure the
payment of the purchase money in two equal
annual instalments ; and pay extra for titles?.
The costs to he paid in cash on day of sale.
Pints of the land are on file in this office.
The lands belonging to this Estate arc of excellent
quality. Tract No 1 is improved, and
has creek bottom on it.
ROUT. A. THOMPSON, c.E.r.n
Com'rs office, August <>, 185S td
CVP t rn,^ i \ Cii\lT?ni i r\ I i VI T ?
fii.vj jv v/r ov?i J ii L AUUJjI.NA,
Margaret Armstrong )
vs > Hill for Partition.
\V. 11. Armstrong, ct nls. )
I)V virtue ot' u decretal order of the Court of
li Kquity, directed lo me, will be sold on Sulodhy
in September next, to the highest bidder, at ]
Pickens Court House, the ltlvAL KHTATE of
AbneV Armstrong, deceased, namely :
Tract No. I, situate in the district of Pickens
and State aforesaid, on Concross creek, containing
Two Hundred and Forty Acres, and adjoin
ing lands of K. Vomer, Mary McWhorter,
Zachariah I'ower and others.
Tract No. 2, situate in the State aforesaid anil
district of L'ickens, containing One Hundred
and Eighty Acres, and adjoining Tract No 1,
M Crenshaw, Alexander Bryco and others.
Tract No. 3, situate in the district of Pickens i
and State aforesaid, on Colonel's Fork, containing
One Hundred and Ninety Acres, and adjoining
lands of Lafayette W Allen, Daniel Hull
TKKMS 01' SALE?On n credit of one, two
and three years, witli interest from day of sale,
(except the costs wliicli must lie paid in cash.)
The purchaser or purchasers entering into bond,
with two or more good sureties, conditioned for
the payment of the pureha.se money in three successive
equal annual instalments. Tho purchaser
to pay for nil necessary papers.'
These lands arc valuable. On the Home
place, or Tract No 1, there is a comfortable
dwelling, with out-buildings. There is nlso a- ,
bout Severn'j acres of capital bottom hind on this
I ..ill. 1 1 1
AillVVi VWtJl milllir.l.
l'latsof those tracts of land arc on file in my
oflico, and can ho referred to at any time.
IIOIVT. A. THOMPSON, o.K.r.n
Com'rs ofliuo, July 24, 185:$ 1 0
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Emma and 11. A. Hawthorne j
vs. > Hill for partition
Susan l'crrv and others. I
rpn p.i?p ?.;n n ? ~r
1 Equity, for partition amongst tlio licirs-ntIhw
of .losiah F. l'oiry, deceased, ?i Pickens i
Court House, on Saleday in September next, to I
tlio highest biihler, on a credit of twelve months J
with interest, except so much ns may lie necessary
to p:iy tho costs ot' partition and sale, a |
TRACT OF LAND, on the waters of Snow t 'rock, i
in Pickens district, containing Four Hundred |
I ami Thirty Acres, and adjoining lands now or i
| formerly belonging to Jui .es II. llecder, IK-nj. j
n. i-gri-j' nnn ntnorn.
Tlio Land is well timbered, and aliio lies well.
The soil is productive, nncl the land would make
n fino farm if cleared ami cultivated. It is all
in tlio woods at present, except tlio Methodist
Camp Meeting (Iround, which is on the place.
The land lien on the public road loading front
| Andersouvillo to Piokeus Com t House, and is
A plat of the premise}!, on file for reference,
can bo seen at this oflice.
JlOIl'T. A. THOMPSON, c.K.r.n.
All'. T..1 ? 1? lO'.U "
* win i n wiiiou, ? ui#y i"i 10*10 f
The Last Notico.
T>ONDS, Notes, Costs, &o., <lue in the OrJ
) dfnnry'g Oftico or to me, mast be puid
| on or boforo tho 20th of September next;
otherwise, the.y will bo put in suit. Tliero
can be 110mistake this time. f/>ok out!
W. J. PARSON'S, o.r.n |
Aug 22, IS.r>8 3__
A FIX A L Settlement of tlic Estate of Allen
Bliuik, drwjeimod. will ho rondo l?o- (
! furethe Ordinary, nfPiekons ("5 II. on Friday
! the l)tlj dny NoVerabflr next. Those liav- j
' ihg1 lidmnnds'ft^HinHt tho Kntntc tnnnt render
I theiA", ''ognlly nttoxtcd, mid those indebted ,
! thereto muHlmnkn pnvmont by that time.
K. HllOtIKS. ) . . .
J. It IIUXXICUTT, \ A(ln, r8
Angnot 2. 1858 3m :
\1'PLICATION will bo mnilo to the Lotfiela- j
tyro of Sputh Carolina, at its next bohMoii, j
for rohnrtcv for '*Tho Clraugn Lime und Man- (
July 13, 1858 61 3ui
Bk2f" COL. T. O. 1>. V KllNON, ofSjmrtanl>urg,
is lonpeoU'iilly announced as a candidate
for Cohki'OSh, to suococd Col. Oit.
fiSSr Tlio Morula Of COI.. JOHN I). ASIIMoltK
respectfully announce lilin a candidate
for Congress, at (lie l?c\t election.
JK$f"Thc fricnd:? of COL. E. I'. .TONES, of
Greenville, respectfully present his name t? tlio
Congrcssionnl Diotrlct, in pluccof Col. Ohm, who
declines a re-election.
FOU T1IK SENATE.
Tlio friends of Mr. EfiAM S1IARVE
(>?-?-1 111 v announce nun a candidate 10 represent
Pickens district, in ilio Statu Sulinto, at
the next. election.
f&y" The fricndH <>f Gen. F. N. flAKYIN
announce iiim a candidate lor tlic Stato Senate,
at tlie ensuing election.
fay-The frionds of KLUIIJ II OUIFl'IX,
F.sij.. respectfully announce him iv candidate
for tlio Senate, for Pickens district, at tlie
FOR Til!: I.KtUSLATURK:
! fl^The friends ..f MK'All MILLKR beg
loavo to niincilllico hill! A I'.amliiliif o 1<? rnni'nunnt
Pickens in the next Legislature.
r,^>"Tlic friends of Mnj. RORKRT MAXWT.LL
respectfully recommend liirn as a suitable)
candidate for the Legislature.
B^tX^Tlic friends of \VM, N. MARTIN respectfully
nnuounco hint a candidate for the
Legislature, at the next election.
JO^Tlio friends of GKOIUSH R. CIIKRRY
respectfully announce liiin a candidate for the
Legislature, nt (lie next election.
^fj-Tho friends of Mai. JGIIN C. MILLKU
announce him n candidate lbr the Lmr
lslaturo, at tho noxt election.
Rfci)'" The friends of Dr. A. .1. AXDKUSON
respectfully nnnouncc him a candidate for
tlie Legislature, at the ensuing election.
jpSy" Wo are nutliorizcd to nnnounco WILLIAM
HAMILTON a enndidate for the Legislature,
at the ensuing election.
fttvy* Tlie friends of S. II. JOHNS respeclfully
nnnouncc liiin a candidate for Ordinary ui
tlie next election.
i no menus ot Hoy. .IOII.N OWBSS bog
leave to announce liim n candidate for Ordinary
of l'ickeijs district, at I lie ensuing election.
Tlic friends of THOMAS J. K KIT 11 respectfully
announce him u candidate for Ordinary
of l'iekens district, at the ensuing election.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
t&r Tho friends of Mr. A. S. ST K I'll HNS
respectfully announce liim ? candidate for the
office of Tax Collector of Pickens district, nt
the ensuing election.
The friends of Mr. GKOROK F. STJ5ADING
respectfully announce him a candidate for
tho oflice of Tax Collector, at the next election.
Rr?V,.The friends of Rev. J. K. lll'NNICUTT
rPSliPC'l tllll V lilllKMliion I.!... .> < ?.. >
oflicc of Tax Collector, lit ihe enduing election.
The friends of Ilcv. II. M. HAHTON
respectfully announce linn n* n candidate lor
Tux Collector nt the next election.
Cfciy* The friends of J. W. L. CAHY respectfully
announce him a candidate for ri>.nlno?inn
(<> theoflico of Tax Collector, for Pickens Uistr.<.t,
nt the ensuing election.
Lffif* The friends of H. CLKVKLAND HUNT
respectfully announce ldm n candidate lor Tnx
Collector, nt (lie next election.
Hamburg Ciico More!
TO MY 01,1) F1UBXD3 IX PIOKKXS!
I WOULD respectfully inform my old friends
of PirknilM flnif 1 nin in # 1??? **?'
Mr. W.m. Hn.i., ol' Hamburg, S. C., dealer in
all kinds of
Harrtwavc & (viiilery,
Planters, Mechanics, Huildcrs materials, &e..
where 1 would be happy to meet with thorn and
offer tlicni GOODS in the above line at as low
prices as thoj c:in be purehnsod in any of the
H?JX.-Orders from the country will meet with
J. A. GUKI.EY.
Hamburg, July 20, 1858 8m
I^Y virtue of sundry writs of fieri fncins to me
) directed, will be sold before the Court House
in Pickens District, within ilic legal hour*, on
| the tirst Monday amlTueaday in September next:
All the defendant's interest in one hundred
nnd ninety-two ncrcs of land more or less,
nuuivuii uosiiuiv i_.unpinan, oeccasea, lormeriy
lived, on waters of Twelve. Mile river, adjoining
lands of Carter Clayton. Samuel Chapman and
others, at the suit of Garner Evans and wife
Lucy, formerly Lucy Chapman, Adiu'x, against
.All the defendant's interest in one hundred
and fifty acres of land, moro or less, whereon
Nathaniel Duncan, deceased, formerly lived, on
waters of Fowler s Creek, adjoining lands of
Moses Hendricks, Thos. Iloilingsworlh, Itoid
Trotter and others, rendered in on schedule, the
rsiiuc against Pnvnl Duncan, lor costs, So.
One tract of land whereon the defendant now
lives, containing two thousand six hundred ncres
inoro or less, on Stamp Creek, waters of Little
River, adjoining lands of ('apt. Andrew Wilson,
Mrs. Mary Price, Hiram Gibson and others.?
Ali>o, one negro man, named Amos, levied on as
the property of Leonard Capoheart at the suits
of William Hunter, J. M. Sitton and others.
All the, defendant's interest in two hundred
ncres of land, whereon Lee lives, on Long
Noso rrcok. fiillfilninr' Iftnik nf \llnn Tliciit
others, ns the properly of Ira Qassaway at the
suit of Lewis Levy.
One tract or parcel of land lying on Horse
pasture creek, containing twenty-five no; ?,
more or less, adjoining lands belonging to i-*stato
of Samml Maverick, deceased, levied on
under nttnc)>.ncnt, Willoughby Jlait. against
John .T. Orcon.
()n Tuesday after soledoy at the house ot illiam
Anderson, the running gear und wood work
of one two-horso wngon, wheels and axles ot .1
buggv, one set of carpenter's tools, one set cart
wheeis, rendered in on schcdulo as the nronert v
of William Wilson, at the suit of the State against
Willinm Wilson for Kstreated Bond.
On Tuesday after uale lay at tlio houso of I>rnry
Knox, one yofco of oxen, levied on as his
property nt Clio suit of Claiborne I'. Poolo and
Ono frray stallion, lovied on as tlio property
of Thomas Powell nt the suit of the State against
Thomas l'qwcll for fine and costs.
Ono bay mare and ono gray marc, levied on na
the property of Kobort Powell at the unit ol the
Stato against Robert Powell for fine and Costs.
On Tuesday after gale-day at the. house of
Alfred //(Mter, one two-liorso wagon, levied on
us tlie property of Warren 11. Hacklev at tlio
Htiil of J. 11. Johnson, assignee.
'forms cosh : piuschuscrHto pay fop paper*.
L. C. CilAlOi S.im'.
^<ig. 12. 18o8 t td
JOS. J, NORTON,
ATTOKNIIY 4 T LAW,
KoUfcitoi* in I'qnlty.
piokkns eouirr uot'SE, s. <\
Jun. I, 1M8 ?!> tt
NO HOAX?GOOD NEWS!
rpwo TIIOl'SAXI) FOUR HUNDIIKI)
I A< KKS of Mineral Lnml, inclmlini; tho
Poor Mountain, for *nli\ It lies immeuiately
in the \ icinity of the Gcrinnn village (Walhalla,)
nnd in sight of tho lJluo Kulgo Tan
nvi. ? ?*?>. i uwiiivj ir|muii*u n' i??u kmjgioiu.turn
of South Citmllnit tliot the second largest
depo?itc of gold in the State is at or near this
mountain. In 1832, the property was pur*
cha-i'il liv two practical miners, after being
fully tested. They wove gentlemen of character,
wealth, prudence nod sagacity. They
diid before it was operated on, uud it has remained
so until tho present time. Mr. Klihu
t.'ioswoll and John I'".. Low is wcro tho purchasers.
This placo is ruvccptible of being
; miide Olio of the very host grazing farina in
tho district?has a hl^gc ijuuntity of flrvt tjual
ny (>i iiottom iin<t upland, si portion of which
i? newly enclosed. Thoro i? u lino null sent
j on I ho phicc, with Hiiflicioht pint: timber near
I to it tn bnilti tho Dtpc Llidp? Iload. I will
: m:11 this property on reasonable terms 011 nu
extended credit. I will reserve one-third or
j one-half. and operato jointly according to tho
; tiiiHMi.it iii\C'jica ,M\ rcBiUciKO if Waysiilo,
| l'ickru* L)it>triut, ami my j>i>st oiftcQ 1'muUetun,
,1. OVK11TOX LEWIS.
July 1. 1858 60 3nt
Something New at Old Pendleton
| GROCERIES, GROCERIES!
rpiIE IXDEKSKiKKD have established^
I 1 nt 111is place, a
Fuisiilv (iroccry Slorc,
! I\... *1... ............. i i:
. .... wmuuift iiiBuuiiim
with (! IIOCEIUBS at Anderson prices! Our
toi ins heing strictly c?ud? or its equivalent,
oiuihlcs us to oiler inducements not to l>r?
found elsewhere. It is useless to enumerate
our Stock: suffice it to miy, we have a complete
Stock of all kimls of liOODS usually
kept in a (iroeery Store.
W e >vill barter or pay the highest cash
price r?r 1'roduee, and the usual articles of
lionio nianufiicturc and barter.
All we ask is n fair trial!
.JOHN T. SLOAX & CO.
Pondlotou, March 12, 1858 34-?tf
NEW SEASONABLE G00Wt
At Pickens . II.
rilHK undersigned arc now receiving ami
J., opening a well pclectcd stock of
Spring and Summer Goods,
Which we oiler to our friends and customer*
low, in accordance with the hard times, e m
sisting i" part of the following:
1MUXTS, MCSMNS, Cambrics, Tirown ami
Bleached Shirtings, and Sheeting:
A well selected stock of Rcady-mado CLOTH
!X(1, llats and Cops;
Bonnets. Hihbons, Trimming0. Ac.:
Boots and Shoos, Saddles anil Bridles;
Hardware ond Cutlery, Nails and Castings;
( 'I'Mol'f'PV nh?l (lluccM-'t
(.iUOOElUKS, Drugs and Medicines; and almost
every other article usually found any
where in tho up country.
Wo take in barter country Homespun, Tallow,
Heoswux, Corn, Fodder, Wool, llags,
&c., nt tho customary pri? es.
Wo return our thanks tor past patronage,
and hope our friends and the public will rail
and examine our Htock before buying elsewhere.
K. fc E. I! ALEXANDER.
May 13. 1R58 43 tT_
G, R1ECKE, JR7
n'AS .just returned from (.'hnrloston with
a line selection of SPIUX<< & SUMMER
Dili* UOODS, for Cientlemena' Wenr,
ni. -i i <" ' ' ?
jujlvick; ana iiiuo uroaacioinG,
DOK-SKIX OASS1MF.KK, CAS1IMEHKTTK,
ALSO, some articles for Ladies Dresses, such
as Calicoes, Muslins, Ac.
( SontlnmfMl \vl?n wuli n linn cnit *?f ( 'I ( iTl!
INii will do well hv giving him n call, look
at the Fashions of (Scnio C\ 8oott, for 1K">S,
and have their measure taken, as Mr. W.
AVALSI1MANX is there yet. ready to execute
any work in his lino in the most fashionable
and approved style.
Has also received ft fine stock of GROCKHIKS,
such as Molasses, Sugars, Coffe 5, Ten,
Tobacco, Soar , Starch, &c., ?vc.
Hardware. Hats and Caps, Boots and Surges;
all of which he offers to the public as cheap
as the cheapest for CASH !
AVnlhulla, May 11. l*.r>S -l.Vtf
W. M. HADDEN,
j ATTORNEY AT B.AW,
Solicitor in KquKf,
PICKKXS COUHT 1I01JSE, S. C.
.Tnn 14, 18.r)S 26 tf
| NEW STORE & NEW GOODS,
' One Mile from Jnrrail'N Ilridgr,
Xoar tlio ltoad leading to Wallinlla.
j ri^lIK undersigned wish to inform their
.1 friends and the surrounding conntry
j generally, (hut they are now opening a well
: selected Stock ot
Fall ?ml Winter floods,
Hoots and Shoes, Hats nnd ('ftps. Crockery,
Hardware and Cutlory, Groceries. Medicine?,
ito., with almost everv nrticlo usually kept in
a country store: all of which will be sold low
! for easl; ! (/all and ?oo.
We will tiiko in cxclmn;?o for Goods. country
Cotton and Wool IJnmcsjiun, Wool lints,
j Dried Fruit. Venison llo.ins, Utiw flides, Peas
l IJcoswnx, Tullow, ilonoy, Arc.
.1. yi. A LEX A NRKR,
K. K. ALEXANDER.
Nov. 14,1857 JO _ tf
\ OTICE is hereby given that u fuinl settle
nicnt of ?ho Heinle of Aaron Mooro, decouscd,
will be mudc in the Ordinnry'n Cflicc, nt
1 Mel; ens Court iTouse. on Friday tlio 8th day of
October next. Tlioso indebtedtmist mnkc pnymont,
nnd those having dcmandH will vender
tlicin loyally Attested >y ilmt time. Notice i?
; ?1ho given Mint I will not he rcfponfible for In
toveat after that time.
K.UKKY MOORE, Adm'r.
1 July 0, 18">8. til 3m
J. H. VOIGT,
TIN ANI) 0 0 P V KU SMITH,
Wnlltnlln, K. ? ,
1 WORMS his fvicwls and tl o puMio Ihnt
' - ho hftf en^ftgod iv c-MnjictCiit Ccp) orninith,
who hii? upwind* of twenty ycnrs exifnotc#
j in tho manufacturing of COPI'V.U KKTi
tlks. sTii.rs ?u . ti."? ?
, _ u.. "uiv, unir.n^ jiiHfji:fncturefl
out of Coi>t?3r, Tin nn<l Pl.cot-lron ;
nnd is prepared to Jill ord.r* for nil work in
j liis lino ut short r.otjco. Torrnn nu doiatv. 1
Rmc.ru to tlx? durability of 1?i" work.
I August 6, 186V * tf