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Tho Pormrtoort Constitution of tho OOM
foderato States wa? ratified hy tho Convontion
NKW YOUK, June 10.-Tho steamship
Fulton on?vod at this port to day, bringing
advioes from Liverpool to tho 23d ultimo.
Sales' of ootton for tho two days 18,000
bales, of which speculators and oxpprtor.s took
0,000. The market closed linn. Sales on
Wednesday 12.000 bales-market steady.
Breadstuffs dull. Wheat in better demand.
Flour declined Od. Corn activo; mixed ills. ;
. yellow ?2 to 512s. Od. ; white 113 to 81s.
Consols 01 j to 9If.
CATHO, Juno 8.-Con. Prentiss, on learn
ing that tho secessionists lind established n
camp nt Fdlicott's Mills, in ''Kentucky, sent
two companies there Col. Wyckliffe remon
strated against til in invasion of a neutral State,
but Prentiss replied, " it i.< mydetei'iniiuitiou
to scud troops in any direction and upon ?iiy
soil that my Government requests."
lU OH MOND, Juno 9.-Tho Richmond city
council yesterday passed a bill for tho pur
ohaso of tho residence of Louis I). Greushnw
ns a mansion for tho President of tho Con
federate States. The cost was 3;>0,00U.
Hon. Pierro Soule, of Louisiana, arrived
hore last night.
FIIO.M PKNSAUOLA.-Twenty-eight hun
dred troops have been transferred from Pen
sacola to Virginia. Tho New Orleans Delta
says that this reduction of Cen. Bragg's com
mand leaves him ample force to conduct all
thc operations against Fort Pic.kens. The
.tro >p.s leiving co uprise the Louisiana battal
ions, tho Zouaves, and a Georgia and Alaba
inn regiment. Seven hundred men of the
enemy's forces have been landed at Santa
Rosa, with a large Supply of provisions, inclu
ding live, cattlo. Their pur poso is evidently
" to establish an entrenched cam]) on the island.
Gen. Bragg is strengthening and augment
ing his batteries, and making such arrange
ments ns, it is stated, will make the result a
glorious one. Reinforcements nt this season
of the year aro not of much value, as sickness
will prove a decimator of tho ranks.
it is said that great alarm prevails in Fort
Piokons, ns thc general and his officers have
little confidence in their men. The. dry dock
was not sunk in the channel, as, owing to tho
want of steam ors, they could not get it to tho
channel. This is said to be a matter of small
importance, as no vessel can outer tho bay
with impunity. Gen. Brown, tho commander
of Piokons, thought thc old dock was a float
ing battery, and sent two communications to
Gen. Bragg on the Subject.. On tho assu
rance of Gen. Bragg that it was neither a
Trojan horse nor a floating battery. Brown's
apprehensions subsided, and affairs ?t Fort
Pickens have been more quiet since.
THK GIIBAT R.VUTIIQUAKW IN SOUTH
A.MKttie'A.-hound/ Twenty Thonmntl f/ices.
-Mach additional arrival from South Amer
ica swells the dreadful account of tho num
bers destroyed by tho recent oarthfpiake in
thc Argentine Republic. At first v e. were
told seven or eight thousand, then not less
than eleven, and now by an arrival nt Boston
from Montevideo, with (lites to the 17th ult.,
wc learn that the number destroyed at Men?
do/.a, mid several small towns in the neigh
borhood of that city, cannot be loss than
20,000. The Centinela Puutano, of Marci,
.10th, says: "Thc reason is obscured, the
soul saddened, to hear these phrases. Men
doza is to-day a mountain ol' ruins, under
which remain sepulchred 20,000 of her in
habitants. Human intelligence cannot de
scribe (hesa?l picture that Mendoza and her
'idjnooht villages present. Senor Don B.
Orel lil no, the last who lins arrived from there,
mid who merits entire confidence, says that
Mendoza, onnprohending the capital, San
Jose, San Vincent, Infernillo, Ponquiqiia,
Plumerilla, und all tho other interior districts,
is,to day a mountain of rubbish and. corpses
-of the latter not loss than 18,000 to 20.
000." In the sp'co which was destroyed
there ?pull not have been less than HO.?00
of both sq%cs> Calculating that in four
leagues of the area there have, perished four
io each square, gives 20,786 perished; Of
ninny families of twenty and thirty, not a
single member has been saved. The d?tails
of thc numerous letters from thc unhappy
porsom) who esoapod, are terrible ; their .suf
ferings fir the first d ivs were cruel ; the nar
rative of so much suToring rends the heart.
luwrttmwjum^owwp .II II , , fcfc-wp-pi- imumH.vBmzauttm
M-VHRtRU, on Thursday ihc ?tli instant, hy .John
R Govett, K:' |.. Mr.'JOHN S. TIIACKHTO.N, of tireen
vill.v ti M i <-> M MI v. daughter of Tiltmpi ami .Sarah
('. Miller, of Piekens.
On Sabbath morning, tlie 2d inst., 1>Y Hov. T.
It, Mautuhin, Mr. W. M. V. A. T.uiou, of'Franklin
county, (Sn., lo Miss N.\itriss.v P., daughter of
Kdaiund I fern don. ITsq.i of ('tokens.
~ ST AT Kl 'OF" SOI Ttl CA KO Ll NA, "~
IN* ennis \uv-CITATION.
WHKRKAS. fsnbidl Whmhesier nnd/W, Winches
li tor applies to me for letters of administration
upon nil and silifrulnr tho personal estate of Joseph
U'inolio-ttor. defensed, late of tho District of Diek
ens nnd .Slate aforesaid: The kindred and credit
ors ol' said deceased, aro. therefore eilc?t lo iipi>ear
before.nie nt Piokcns C#.ll. ott Friday the 2SiU
Juno, inst., to show cause. If nay they cnn, why
?aid letters should not he grant od. Given under
my hand aiufsoid, this Duh June. 1801.
_W. B. HOLCOMRW. o.r.n.
' Taxes Must bo Paid !
1")KRSONS-who have not yet paid their Tuxes
inu it do.so on Knlodhy next, as the District
Ticasurors want their money. I do not wish
to make cost, but have no discretion in this case,
'Tho times aro hard, but tho money must como
?for taxes. J. W. L. CARY, T. C.
Juno 3. I sra dj_ __4__
ALL PKRSONS are hereby forwarnCd not
to trade fora note of hand given by mo to
Pi pekocy Trammell for ton dollars, dated about
.25 th March, 1801 ; us the consid?ration for
, which said noto was givon has failed, I do not in
tend to pay the same un lost* compelled bv law.
WM. O. DURHAM.
.Tunea, 1S0I_ ll 3.
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD.
ri^IIIS -is to givo notice that from tho 15th
JL day of juno, no freight other than passon
gor'a baggage', will ho received bv tho Rino
Ridge Railroad Company to pass the Twonty
iSi.t-Milo Clock, until tito completion of tho
Bridge over tho quid Creek.
Trains will bo run for tho accommodation
-of passengers who will havo to change oars at
tho Six-nhd-Twonty trestle,
Duo notice will bo. gi von of tho resumption
C. J. BOURN,
Assistant Engineer H. R. lt. R.
* " Fondloton,. May 31 'jj^ _43_3
OHS. MARRY & SLOAN beg to inform thoir
friends and patrons that thoy havo romovod
thoir office' to tho brick building formerly'ocoupied
\>y Dr. T. J.-Picken*, whoro ono or thc other may
always be found, oxcopt wuon profcaiji?nolly ab
*a?l, . ; MARRY k ?LOAN'.
Toudlfct*n, Jan, IR, loti ?itt if.
In Advanoo of tho Mail.
TUB STATU ! NVA DUD.
Tlio Savannah Republican reports til iii federal
troops were laudud from tlic blockading squadron,
Ot Hilton Head, in this Slate, on the Ulli. The
nulabor could not bo nsoertnincd. Troops from
.Savannah had gone in pursuit.
Hit 11,i.i ANT YICTORV.- RICHMOND, Juno ll.
On Saturday last a scouting party of Confed
erates near Hampton encountered scouting pie
ties of federalists, numbering about two hun
dred mon. Tlie federalists' misiaking tho Con
fed?rate-?, claimed to ho friends, Thoy said
I they belonged to the Second Now York Hog?
I ilium I. Tho Confederates brod. Ten fedci al
ista killed, twelve or ii flood sounded and ono
taken prisoner. Conf?d?raluninjured, al
though the federalist? returned the lire. JJoth
sides withdrew. On Monday tho federalists,
numbering almut (our thousand strong, attack
ed tho entrenched Confederates, about one
thousand, nt Hot liol Church. Tho Confederates
repulsed tho federalists three limes. The fede
ralists then withdrew. Thc Confederates hold
their position until this morning, when limy
withdrew? The federalists' loss is about tinco
hundred. Thc Confederates, had ono killed and
tho or six wounded. The entrenchments at
Bethel Church were very favorahlo to tho Con
[From a privnte dispatch wc learn that the
Confederate troops onguged wore ono North
Carolina regiment, ono Battalion Howitzers
from Virginia, and one other regiment, all com
manded by Cid. Magruder, and that a federal
colonel commanding was killed.J - Cuant?an.
WASHINGTON. Juno ll.-Tea thousand troops
will bi", in Ballimore within thirty-six hours.
That city, information miyt?, is all prepared for a
vigorous ribing. Arms uro stored in private
houses. Thc determination is authoritatively an
nounced lo bombard ibo city from Fort Mcllonry
on tho first sign of an uprising. Hicks has warn
ed the (?ovornnient of tho Junger menacing tho
capital from Maryland, tlc requests thc full oc
cupation of Frederick city, and thc reinforcement
of Rall ?moro.
Marshal Ronisnnt says there are four thousand
secessionists in Ballimore with concealed nrins. n
wnittiig nu opportunity to nt tack the federalists.
Arrests of secessionists nial mili? ivy goods con
tinue. (len. Mansfield advised tho Marylanders to
tiro on Baltimore, Gov. Ranks takes command of
Col. Stone "IB advancing towards I.eesburg.
(len. Beauregard declares tho intention to con
centrate seventy thousand troops nt Mantissas, and
make ibo .1 linet lon impregnable. When tho feder
alists have oxhnusled themselves in endeavoring lo
dislodge him, ho will advance, incl overwhelm them.
Tun BATTLES OF LITTLE AND GREAT BETHEL j
- BAI.TI.MOHK, June 12-Gen. Buller hus moved
several regiments to dislodge the Southerners
at Croat Botlud. nine milos from Hampton,
At Little Bethel, thc lederal Cern?an regiments,
mistaking tho signals, Brod on Col. Townsend's
Column, which was marching in close order,
with tv.o pieces of artillery. Other accounts
say that Townsend's regiment tired first, but
his lire was harmless. The Connans'Aro killed
ono ?ind wounded two. Tho'Albany regiment
hoing behind, discovered, by tim aceontro-iionts
on tho field, that the supposed coomie- were
friends, but previously had (ired nine rounds at
them. Dory.-a's /. u.ivoi, hearing thc tiring,
returned the tiro on the Albanians. j
At diiy-broak two regiments moved fron For- !
tress Monroe to support the main haly. Bethel |
was burned, and the army advanced towards
Great Bethel. On arriving lhere they could see j
no men, no butteries, but only thc flashes omi j
tb?L' comrades fulling. A weil concerted move- j
mont might have secure 1 the position, bul Gen.
Pierce seemed to have list his wits. Lieut.
Grabble. H. S. A.. ami twenl\-livc others, were
killed, ami ono hundred wounded. There is
?ntonsf indignation against Piltreo for not hav
ing ordered an earlier (light of tho federalists.
lt is md known ul Washington how many
were killed und wontidod nt Lillie Bethel, whore
federalists whipped federalists, The lire id'the
federalists al Great Bethel was apparently harm
less. Tho attack lasted hut half un hour, und
the retreat s minded, which was promptly but
oidei ly obeyed.
H tOAtt1 TOWN, June I I.-The friends of Hicks
call for aid at Frederick. The disloyally is very
strung among the niombors of tho Logishithro.
I Toe dc-lruc:iou id' the dam otpisod great sousa
i ti 'ti in Southern Maryland. Tho Southerners
a le:n| ted t ? destr ?y Dam fi, which was resisted
with the Wi ll pl in sport Homo Guards. Fight
progressing.- Particulars unknown. The South
erners olu'mi fifteen thousand at Harper's Ferry,
Unionists say nine thousand.
RICHMOND, June 12. - At thc light al Bethel
Church, one hundred and fifty of the federal
ists were killed- Federal fbroo4.500. Confeti
ernte loss one killed named Wyatt, from .\<>rlh
Carolina, und one severely wounded, also from
North Carolina. Cid. Davis, of the federal for
ces, killed. His sword, with his namo on it,
was taken from thc field, and is now at Rich
mond-I have Hoeti it. Cul. Duryea, formerly
Col. of thc New York 7th regiment, ami com
manding 1,200 New York Zouaves, was killed
while rallying his men. who were living in
COME TO THE MOUNTAINS !
By R:?l, Wheel and tho Saddlo !
I r|1H|? gUliSCniBKIt has open mid in full
LIVERY and SALE STABLES,
i ANDERSON! PF.NDI.l'.TON AND WALHALLA,
With all kinds of easy und comfortable
"V ~]?\ 3rl I ?LIBS,
From un Omnibus io an open Buggy !
IIIS STOCK ls fresh mid in fino condition,
mid ho has soourcd tho scrvieos of attentive
Ostlers, and caroful Drivors, who may always
be found nt their post.
. His OMNIBUSSES will ntlend nt tho Depots
at Anderson. Pendleton mid Walhalla, to re-,
eeivo Passengers, who will ho conveyed prompt
ly to any point in either of dtc*0 places.
Tho Subscriber would endeavor to impress
upon tho public mind the ndvantiigos of travel
through this section. Tho climate is fino, bra
cing and salubrious ; mid tho scenery is unsur
passed in nny country. From oithor of thc
ahovo point", conveyances can ho had for
Clarksvtlle, Mount Yonoh, TocCOn And Tallulah
'Falls, Tunnel lilli, Rabun Gap, Whiteside and
Chimney Top Mountains, Cashier Valley mid
Georgetown, N. C., Jocussca, Table Bock and
Casar's Head, Buncombe ami the French Broad
Volley, ond nny minor points, over good roads,
and through a country whoro thc faro is sub
stantial und good, wulor tho host, and tho ac
commodations first rate.
Tho Su))soriber givos tho business his per
sonal attention, and ho is determined that tho
travelling publie shall have nothing nt which
to murmur on his part. Whoro a trip is In
tended, it would bo woll to address him at An
derson C. IL, S. C, ns Hi timo, destination, tortas.
Seo.. SM. . His experience in tho* business is long
and favorably known to tho travelling public,
and his charges such as tn commend thom to nil.
JOHN M. PARTLOW.
June 13. jSOJl_45_tf_
MR. C. M. LAY ls my authorized Agent,
t?> transact all business for tao itt my
name; during my ub-mnee from .the. ?Stute.
a W. B. HOGGS.
Jun? 3, 16ol ii 2
Attention ! Keowoo Voluntoors.
?VTOL) will appear ut your usual parade ground
JL un Woduo-dnv 10th itu t.. ut 10 o'clock,
?. M. A full attendance is desired, a? an elec
tion will lie li?ld on that day for Feld Officers of
tllO Regiment. ?
Hy ?rtlor of Captain I.i VINOPTON.
w. N. CHAR;, O. S.
June M. 180J 45 1
PuEACtllNO.-Hov, H. S. 0 A INKS will proooh
nt this place, on Sabbath next, tho l?tli instant,
ut 4 o'clock, P. M.
fi^Tli?l'rl?nd8otO.\riCR? A. li ? WT 11 OK NH
announce him a candidate for SlAJOR of lite Reg
iment of Volunteers now running.
f?jyT'IiQ friends of CART. h. C. CRAIG an
nounce liim li candidato fot .MAJOR of thc Volun
teer Itoghnont hoing now formed.
OK I)KU XO. I.
OFFICERS, whether conttnissioned or non
coniniissioncd, will take (thargo of their
respective companies in this Regiment, mid
proceed forthwith, according to law, to completo
tho organization of said companies, and rtvump
thc usual drills. Commanders of companies
arc also he re hy ordered to keep up strict patrol
In their respectivo heats.
A Regimental Court Martial will be ordered,
when all delinquents .muit be reported.
J. J. HERD, Acting Colonel.
Juno fl. 1801 4 l 3_
" THE WEST UNION HOUSE,"
AT WEST UNION. S. C.,
IS nt tho terminus of ?ho Hine Ridge Rail
road, one mile from Walhalla, on a beauti
ful sandy plain, in full view of the mountains.
All the roads intersecting arc HillO ?tit and well
kept in order. Thc owners, not wishing to oc
cupy the HOTEL, now just refuted and put In
complote repair, ofter il lor sale or rent. The
lot contains two ami one fourth acres, mid has
all tho necossnry out buildings in order and well
Persons wishing to engage in the Hotel busi
ness eau find u > mure cllgtblo Situation than
this. For particulars, apply to J. C. NGVI?.E,
on tho premises, pr to
U RISII AM &. NEVILLE,
Juno 4, 1801 4!-? Walhalla. S. C.
(.i-iy Charleston tri weekly Courier copy brio
month, and Hine It id ge Jlemhl i io month.
TI IE W^VL 11A LL A "ll OT EL,
BY I). BIEMANtf.
rrtiiis LA ltd F AVI) COMMODIOUS ES
L TA ? LI S ll.MK NT has been completed and
furnished in tho best stylb, and is now open for
the reception of boulders und transient custom
ers. Tho undersigned gives thc House his per
sonal attention mid supervision, and his table is
supplied with thc best thc railroad and country
Walhalla is a pleasant ami flourishing towt),
nt tho present terminus of the Hine Ridge Rail
road. There aroohurehfs and thc best school*,
willi line toads and tho usual facilities for travel
in almost every direction. Thc invalid and
traveller, too, have here a most salubrious di
male, with a line view of mountain SCO ll 0 l'y.
Those travelling North heretofore for health
and pleasure are now cut oil' from spending
their nmuey amongst mir ?momies. The nuder?
signed hus boen ut great expenso t ? prepare for
titi?* elliss and others; and, with his long expe
rience in thc business, he Hatters himself that
he eau givo entire satisfaction. Ile respectfully
solicits thc patronage of his friends mid the
travelling public. His terms are nu-fderute,
I I). Ill EM ANN,
Walhalla. May 0. 1801 40 tf
????Y" Tho Charleston Courier will copy dully
on Monday and tri-weekly on Thursday till
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE,
NRA lt WALHALLA,
rpi IF, SU USO Rill FR oilers for salo his valu
J_ able ..nd eligibly located
TISAi? Ol' LAND,
Containing Three Hundred and thirty-three
Acres moro or loss, situate on Cane Creek, and
within three miles of lite Hod risking town ol'
Walhalla. There oro on tho pince, 60 nor es of
good bottom, three settlements, dwellings and
mil buildings ; and fine building silos, in view
ol the wli ile t ange nf mountains.
Thc Hine Ridge Railroad will, in a few days,
be running to Walhalla, Which brings the pince
in easy access front almost all quarters of the
On this Tract, water power abounds, nnd
there are also a Saw und Grist Mill thereon in
Terms, moderate. Address inc ut" Walhalla,
or apply on the premises.
JFSSF. A. HALL.
M nv 0 JROj 40_tf_
For S ilo,
noun coon MILCH COWS A ND CALV rcs. very
I1 low, hy JOSHUA HARK RR.
Juno ii, 1801 41 4_
0 UK KN V? LL li MAU BLE YAKI),
rWMIK subscriber hus on hand and is constant
J. ly receiving a huge and varied assortment i f
American nnd Italian Marble*
To which bc would call the attention of (hosein
want of a suitable Monument to murk the spot
where repose tho remains td' their departed rel
atives and friends. Carving and lettering of
nil kinds neatly lind promptly executed.
JGU?y-Purtioulur attention paid to eiders hv mail
J A MKS M. ALLEN.
Greenville C. IL, S. C.. Feb 2li 31-tf
N. B. Ho refers to D (J Westfield. Gower.Cox,
Markly & Co.. Dr. M B Karlo. W II Watson,
Ksq., Pol I) Hoke^R McKay. Fsq.
?UfiM??'. TO THU: BIUSC?JE :
Tin: CRISIS IS 1/1*0y I7S!
Abb persons indebted to W. U. DENDY &
CO., for the year 1HG0. must come forward
mid make settlement by Note or Cash-'path
preferred-ns wc uro needing money.
Pomms indebted to tho finn of' DENDY &
PULLEN for tho years lrl;3S- *f>0 must pay
within tWarity days front thi.s date, or pay cost,
W. IL DENDY Sc CO.
Walhalla? Feb. 1. ism 20 * tf.
TUE STATU OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
'filman C. Mag?o, )
vs. S Bill for Partition, ?fcc.
Maret Magee, ot. ni. J
ITnnpoaring to the Cninmissionor that.Maret
.Magee, N. A. Magoo. Nancy Hunt; heirs
in-law of Funny Mason, deceased, to wit: Reit
bunin Mnson, Elias Mason, Ezekiel Mason,
Benjamin Brown, ll. M. Salmon and hushniid
Wnfd, dofondnnts in'this cuso, roshht without
the limits of this State: On motion of llnrri
Ron>'<? Pnlllniih Comp. Sol., it in ordered, thcrc
loro, that tho said absent dofjndnnln do nppear,
jilead, answer, or dom ur to comp1ainnnt't> snid
bill'of complaint, within three months from the
nnblientioriof this rulo, or an order j>n> coujcuso
will bo taken ngnlnnt thom.* *
' v I\OBT. A. THOMPSON, O.K.r.a.
Comm'rs Office March S3, 1801. fc ->m
I CLAREMONT ACADEMY.
fllHK TRUSTEES tako pleasmo in ftnhouh
JL cing to tho publie, that they huvo secured
I tlio services ol' Ml', 0. L. IIoi.i.iNOswoirru and
i LADY, to tako ohurgo of tho (Claremont Aende
my. Thoso Touchers havo experience, and aro
com potent to instruct in all tho various branch
es ol an English education. By arrangement,
a Malo and Female .School will be taught in the
. Thc Academy will bo opened on the 2d Mon
day in January. lHtil.
. (??md boarding OMI be bad in thc neighbor
hood on favorable terms.
The Rn lu bri ty of the climate ami the moral
tono of tho vicinity, aro inducements that
should not he overlooked by parents and guar
dians in educating their children and wards.
By order ol' thc Ih.ard :
M. S. ST Kl li Ll NU, Sec'v.
! Jan. 0. H*fi_l '..):>. tf
1)Y virtue of sundry writs of tieri facias lo mc ili
I) rooted, will bu sold before I he Court Honsel in
Picketts District, within the legal hours, on the first
I Monday and Tuesday In July next,
' One tract of lillid containing OOO acres more or
' less, lying on Hooky I'ork, waters of Olin uga crock,
j adjoining Louis of ?Spencer Chambers, Rphr.ihn
Cobb and others, levied on ns the properly of Win.
, Phillips al tho suit of Hubert Spencer niel others.
One tract of land Containing |f>0 acres more or
I less, whereon I li e defendant now lives, adjoining
! lands of David Shepard, lili Shepard and others,
tu the property of !.. 1?. Rutledge at thc suit ol
% B. li. M. nnd T. J. Keith Kxor'H.
One gray horse mid ono gray mare, levied on le
the property of David L. and .lohn C. Richey, nt
the sub of Messiah bong. vs. David b. and Join
C. Richey, und I'M ward lloriulon.
Ono sorrel horse, one sorrel mare, one o:; wngot
had one yoko oxen, levied ?>n tis the properly o
Jess?! A. Hall, at thc ?nit ol J. (.'. Yon!.lee, for un
One tract of hind containing-nercs move oi
less, on waters of Six .Mile (.'reek, adjoining lundi
of Rotiert F. Morgan, John Rowett & Co. and otb
crs. levied on ns the properly of Rslnle of M nj o
Lewis ihcMsed. ul the suit of the State for Taxes
One tract of land until nilling 33 ?eros inorcor less
adjoining hinds of Perrin Odell. Felix Rogers nm
others, levied on ns the property of A. M. Maul
dbl, nt thc suit of J. R. Sitten and others.
One tract of hind containing 1?0 acres more o
less, adjoining lands of 1*. (bissett. O. W. Farr tun
others, levied On ns thc property of Atina Turuct
at thc suit of A. B. Crook.
Terms, cash ; purohtlBOVSto pay for papers.
W. N. ORARI, s.e.H.
June 7. IP til ll td
TUM STATE Ol' SOUTH CAROLINA
IN Ol', ll IS A ll Y - IMO Iv i:SS.
J. E. Hltgood, Adtn'r, \ Petition
vs t for
Jeremiiih Whit miro & wile Anna,cl.als j Sctllcmom
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Janies Roi
bison, G cogo Robinson, jr, Joseph Robiiisot
IC'ui.hill Robinson, Lydia II il good, Thomas llii
and wife Marilin, tho heirs-ut-htw ot William Rot
bison, deceased, (anillos and number unknown
arel thc heirs of Hlizubcth Roese, deceased, (name
and number unknown,) defendants in this casi
resille without the Inuits of this State : It is Ol
j dered. therefore, I hilt these several absent mirth
do appear in the Court of Ordinary, to be holde
nt Picketts Court House oil Monday the Sill day i
July next, loshew cause, if any they cnn. why
final settlement of the Rstato of Hurdy Robinsoi
deceased, should not bo made nud a decreo pvt
W. E. HOLCOMBE, o.r.u.
Ordinary's Office. April 1!. ism thu
1^ CN AW A V from the subscriber, on tho Ol
\> of lust December. BERRY, about 5 fe
7 inches high, very black skin, 20 years oh
sometimes he limps slightly, from having 111
one of his lon-* broken three years ago. Holli
a wi'c nt Dr. II. C. Miller's, near Pendi?te
and is probably lurking in that lioighhorhon
The aboyo reward will be paid for his lippi"
(tension and delivery to tho nearest jail. A
pOrsoUS delected io harboring or aiding him
any way, will bo dealt with according to he
JU ld I'S N. ROSS.
FLOH KNOB, S. C.. April 0, I SOI 37-tf
JAM KS I,, f?Hlt. Wi 1'. MUC
ORR & PRICE, "
A TT O R N Ii Y S AT L A W,
Practice in lito Courts of the Western Circuit.
THF. STATE Ol' SOUTH CAROLIN.
Pl OK KN S-1 N HQ orr Y.
Mary Juno Ihirlon, 1
by her next friend, j Rill for construction
R. Harleslon Ration, | Deed, &c.
nnd Jane Harton, I
IT appearing lo my satisfaction that Jane Rnrh
one of the d?fendants lu this case, resides .vii
out the limits of ihi.? State : On mot ion of Nor!?
Comp, Sob, ii is ordered that she do appear in t
Court, mid plead, answer or demur lo compln
ant's said hill ?if complaint, within three mon
ifmiii the. publication of this rule, or an order ?
voiiftsso will be tnkon against her.
ROUT. A THOMPSON, e.r..l'.n
Com'rs Office. March ?10. 1801. Sir
TH!: STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN
tx on nix AU Y-rioKKNS.
Nanny A. E. GiUiltvid. )
vs. v Pel. for Pattiti
John R. Y. aillllnrid. el. als. j
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Lemuel
Qilliland, one of ilie d?fendants in ibis case
absent from mid without tho limits of this Sin
It is ordered, therefore, that Ibo said absent
fondant do appear in tho Court of Ordinary,
Picketts C. II. on Monday the 20tli day of Aug
next, and object lo the punition or snle of the R
Rslato of David Oillilatul. deceased, or his cen?
to thc sumo will he entered of record
W. B. HOLCOMBE, o.i-.n
Ordinary's Oilice, May 20, 1801 12-Oil
TUE STATE Ol' SOUTH CAROLIN
John Rurdino, 1
vs. [ Rill for Partition, kc.
Palsy Rurdine. el. als. J
? T app.viriti j; to my satisfaction that the holri
I Polly f.nl bini, to ts il : (?co. Littlicut, T. H. Soi
wick ami Wife Palsy, J. W. Lathom. Richard
Lathein, Andrew P. batltom, Anthony O. Lath
Sinn. W. Ltttlicm, Jas. R. Botll and wife Juno
Jacob Kniest mid wile Rctsy, Jos. Hurdinc. Sm
Hurdino, Rlijnh Robinson and wife Henrie
dofcitdnills in this case, reside without the hr
of this State : On mol ion of Harrison ic Pullii
Comp. Sols., it is OWl or ed, therefore, thal thc t
j absent defendants do appear in this holton
! Court, and plcnd, answer or demur, to comph
ant's said bill of Complaint, within three mot
I ront the publient .on hereof, or an order pro ?
I ,'isso will bo talen ns to them.
HORT. A. THOMPSON, e.K.r.l
I ComVa. Office. March 28, lHtil. .Ii
'THE STATE OF ?SOUTH CAROLA
HPK KN S-IN KQIU'Y.
Warren R. D. Moss, ")
vs. I Amended Rill for
Snmnel M. (Tuttt. et. rd. j lief, .\c.
IT appearing to pty satisfaction that .Samuel
Hunt, one of the defendants in thisenso ros
without tho limits of this State : On motiot
Norton, Comp. Sol., it is onlorod that ho do
pear in jlhis Court, mid plead, answer ?ir demil
complainant's amended hill of complaint in
.diso, within three months from thc public nile!
this rul?, ot" nu . ordtuv/iro confeso wilt bo tn
HORT. A. THOMPSON, c.r.r i
Com'rs. Office. March 00L 1801. ?ii
THE STATE Ol' SOUTH CAROLIN
. noKKN's ltisinior.
j SAURA DANI RLS, wifb of John Daniels
1 ?, Piokcns District, hereby gives notice that, ti
thc ?xpirativ,n of tho legal length of time, I
ti,uh: anti net as a free ?lealor or "fem?)? rove?
and public notice is hereby givon a?u;ordingly.
.oocupnfioii I? that or a farmer and weaver.
"SABRA DA KI K1.?
Moy 28, ?8M-' 16 . 6;
. . ,..?. J I? .
MARBLE YARD !
TT* Y ERY ONE CAN RE SEITER, AS WE J
j huvo un limul und receive every month
the best .
ITALIAN A rc a* AMI'KICA??
FOR MONUMENTS, SLABS, TOMBS
11E A1 )STON ES OF ALL SIZ ES
i And ns choa|> nu cun ho bought nny where, with \
1 freights udded.
! Cut letters, 3 1-2 cents each. Raised loiters, I
20 cents each ; and the letters cut .leen und .
We have secured ?tho services ot Mr. JOHN j
C. CHERRY as our Agent, who will do nil that j
can bo (Idnc to give entire satisfaction. All I
business transacted by bini will bc ratified by !
LEA V ELL ? WHITE.
March 20, 18(10 y.l _lf__
TUE PENDLETON HOTEL,
! rimK Subscriber takes pleasure in informing !
? .! his friends mid thc public, that he has ta- f
! ken charge (d' that large and commodious House
j in tho village of
ft*ENI>LI2TOrV, S. C.
He intends to keep a first class house, nod '
invites the travelling public und bis friends to
i give bim rt call. Amongst tho comforts and
! conveniences added, is that of a Reading Room,
; where tho latest papers may he consulted
A. B. ROWDEN.
I Fob 2. 1800 27 _tf
BANK OF STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CHARLESTON. Kobi Un ry Ri, 1801.
nplIB LEGISLATURE having, ut its Inst
X session, authorized the issue of bonds to
the amount of $075,000, bearing an interest of
7 per cent., for the purpose of providing thc
funds required to sustain thc State in thc act td'
I resuming her rights of Sovereignty, this Rank
: is now prepared to dispose of the Ronds. They
; are issued in sums of $f>0, SlOO, and $150, An
? opportunity is thus nHorded every citizen to
make a secure and profitable investment, while
contributing nid to the cnuso ill which tho State
is engaged. With the view of enabling citizens
in any part of tho State to share in thc loan,
I the Clerks of the Courts of the several Districts
I have been requested to open Rooks of Subscrip
tion for the Stock. Suitable arrangements will
! bc made for furnishing bonds on the receipt of
the money, at nu carly dav after each subscrip
tion has been made. Engagements fur tho
purchase of Ronds may bc made nt the Rank,
j or nt any of its branches. It is probable that,
at the next session of the Legislature, tboso
partlos who desire it may have have their Bouda
converted into Stock.
C. M. F CRM AN, President.
February 28, 1801 30 tf
DR. G. H. SYMMES having completed 'ns
Collegiate cuurso, oilers his Professional
services to his 'Hoods mid thc public generally.
Will be prompt in his attention to his patrons.
His oflico will he found with Dr. M. L. SHARPE
in the brick building adjoining Store of late E.
B. Benson & Son.
Pendleton, May 12. 1300 -ll tf
"BLUE RIDGE HOUSE, *
Pondletcn, S. C.
! milE SUBSCRIBER, who has had several
I JL years experience in liol cl business, (hnv
j ing been sole proprietor of tho Willinmston
I Springs Hotel for niiicvonrs,) is now proprietor
j of the BLUE RIDGE HOUSE, where he will
I bo glad to see all his old friends and patrons
i and also the travelling public. His house will
be provided with everything necessary for a
well-kept house, both from thc sea board markets
and surrounding country, and his Rur with
chuleo Wines, Liquors and Cigars. He has
good servants, and every attention will be paid
to bis guests to render their sojourn agreeable.
Thc good society of Pendleton Village-(lie pro
verbial good health of its inhabitants-its linc
cool water and bracing atmosphere-its prox
imity to the mountains and its accessibility by
i Railroad, all contribute to make it one of thc
I best Slimmor resorts in tho upper country. Per
! sons arriving here on the cars, and wishing tc
I visit the mountains or any other point of thc
j surrounding country, can be accommodated wit!
; good conveyances and careful drivers from tlu
, Livery Stable kept here.
.L W. COBB.
I May 15, 1800_42_ tf
j THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
G. W. Rankin, Assignee, )
vs. J- Pet. for Relief, &c
I B. F. Holland and others, j
IT appearing to the Court that B. F. Rolland
Christopher Kirksoy, Jared E. F. Kirkscy
I Isiah M. Kirksoy, Mary L. M. Kirkscy, resid?
I without this State : On motion of Harrison i
Palliant. Pro. Pet., it is ordered, that tho sah
absent defendants do appear, pl end j answer o
demur, to tho petition tiled in this ease, witltii
throe months from tho publication horcof, o;
i their consent to thc same will bo taken pro cou
fesso as to them.
HOST. A. THOMPSON, c.B.r.D.
Comm'rs Office. March 23. 1861. 3m_
Tl I? ST AT?" OF SOUTH CAROLINA
I'iCKKNS- IN EQUITY.
G. W. Mnssinglll, et. als. ")
vs. [ Bill ht Account, Re
David MeWliorter, et. als. J lief, fcc.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Sarah E
McWhoricr, Louisa C. brown, .lohn MoWlior
ter, defendants ia this ease, reside without tin
limits ot' litis Stale: On motion of Orr& Madden
Comp, Sols., il is ordered, therefore, that thc sail
absent d?tendants do appear in lins Court, nm
plead, answer or demur to complainants' said bil
of Complaint, within three months from the pub
bent iou hereof, or an order pro cotifcmxo will b
taken against thoth.
ROBT. A. THOMPSON, c.E.r.o.
. Com 'rs ?fllco, M aron ?10, 1801. 3m
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
PfCKKNS DISTRICT! --or.riCK COU ll T Ol'COMMON I'l.KAf
WILLIAM F. PARKER, who isinthecus
tody of thc Sheriff of Pickcns District, b
virtue of u writ of canina ad satis faciendum, n
tho suit of Ishnm W. Taylor, having tile
in my office; together with u schedule on ont
of his est?te und affects, his petition to th
Court id' Common Pleas, prnying that he mn
be admitted to thc benctit nf thc Act of the Gor
eral Assembly made for thc relief of lnsolveii
Debtors: lt is ordered, that tho said Ishar
W. Taylor, ami all others, tho creditors t
whom the said William F. Parker is in an
wisc indebted, bo and they aro hereby ROU
moued and have notice to npponr before tho sui
Court, nt Pickons Court House, on the 3d Mor
day of October nest, to show cnuso. if any the
cnn, why tho prnyer of tho petition nforesni
should not bc grunted.
J. E. IIAGOOP. v.cr.
Oflico Common Pions. April 1. 1801 3m
W. K, RA Kt.KY ISAAC WICKI.IKK
??SLEY & WICKL?FFE7
Attorneys nt Luw,
ATVnbb attend punctually IQ all business ei
* -I trusted' to their caro in tho Distric
Comprising tho Western Circuit.
OFFICE AT PICK KISS C. IL, S. C.
Sept. 25. 1R5T, IS if
J. W. NOltlUS, .IR. J. W. IIA RR* ISON. SS. C. l-l 1,1,1 A!
Attornoyti nt Lnwi
AND SOLICITORS IN EQUITY,
WILL attend promptly to all business onhnudi
to Iholr caro. Mu. PUELIAM cnn always 1
found iu tho Oflico.
OVFICE AT V1CKENS C l!., 8. Oi
S?pt. fi, 195? "9 ' tf
JOS. J. NORTON, j.
A T T O II IV KV,. A X 1.A1V.J
ANp . .,"
Soil?-1?O?- Ifl Eftnlty. . "
PICK ENS COURT HOUSE, S. C
.Ian. 1, 186ft 25 _tf_
W?tcliiiiiil?^r anil Jcivc?lcr,
WALHALLA, S. C.,
HAS received at hi? stand on Main-street, d
largo find beautiful assortment of
Watches and Jewelry,.. .
WIdell is offered vfcry low to Iiis friends nnd tho
trading public. . , ? t
REPAIRINO, iii till it? branches, done in
u mowt workmanlike inunner, and with do
Bptltch. All work warranted._
.Juno 22. 1800 47 f
A T W A L H A L L A , S. C . , .
IS now receiving a splendid assortment
Por Ladies and (Jontlbmttn's Wettr;
R<'a<ly-inn ?lc clothing.
lie also bason hand the linest Cnssitncrs and
Linens, for the Springand Suinincr; together
with many other articles not necessary lo men
Mr. FA J KN continues thc Tailoring RusinesH"
in till its branches, and respectfully solicits ii
sharn of public patronage
May 12. 18?9 _ 42 _tf_
CABINET MAKING, 4
AT WOK ?A IV'S iTBB?iB>, S. C.
ri "H IE undersigned is prepared to execute all
.1 orders in this line. Promptness mid pune
tuulity is prom ?sod if custom is extend, id -
JAMES WHITE &, CO.
_ jVugiiHt 24, [800 4 tf
POWDER FOR SALE.
ri HIE South Carolina Powder Mills' Company
j offer for sale, on good tonne, the following
kinds of superior Powder, viz:
Common Masting powder per keg $4 25
Brilliant " . ii 25
Common Mining " " " r> 25
Brilliant " " '? " t? 25
Common Rillo " u " 7 25
Brilliant " " " " 8 fit)
Where the keg is returned 25 couta
will be deducted.
Address JOHN ROWEN & Co, Pickcns Couri
House, S. C.
WM. R. BOWEN, Agent.
Sept. 7, 1P00 C. tf
Aline Ki<l?o ltaiii*oa<l.
CARS on thc Blue Ridge Railroad leave Pen
dleton on Mondays, Wednesdays und Eri
dtiys.at 15 minutes before 4 o'clock. A.M. Coi
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays nt 1 o'clock,
P. M- .. . . .
Leave Anderson on Mondays, Wednesdays"
and Fridays immediately after thc cms arrive
from Belton in thc morning. On Tuesdays.
Thursdays and Saturdays, on the arrival of tho
curs from Columbia.
Sept. 8. 1S00 0_tf__
'PRE undersigned will devote himself entirely
A to the practice of ?.nw ami Equity on tli?
Western Circuit. Mi. RADDF.S is his partner at
Ricketts. JAMES L. ORR.
Anderson C. IL, May 10,.185?_4$-tt
WM. C. KEITH,
A T T O R N E Y A JP li A W,
ITT1LL attend promptly io all business cnttindcff
lt to his euro in tho Districts comprising tit*
Western Circuit. Office at Pickcns C. il.
Dec 6, ISo'.t_20 _ ff
State ol'boulia karolina.
IN OR DIN.MIV - IMCKENS.
Wm. Hunter, Adm'r, \
vs. > Pet. for Settlement.
J. M. Owens mid others. J
IT appearing to my satisfaction that J. M,
Owens and wife Pcrtnclia. A., Oliatta Ar
cher and Eugenia Archer, defendants in this
caso, reside without the limits of th'is State: It
is ordered, therefore, that the said nbs?nt de
fendants to appenr in the Court of Ordinary, rtt
Pickcns C. IL. on Monday tho first day of July
next, to show cause, if any they can, why a
final settlement of thc estate of Andrew II. Ar
cher, deceased, should not ho made at that tinte,
and a decree had thereon.
W. E. HOLCOMBE, o.r.n.
March 23. 1801. 33 3ni .
Slate oi'Kotitli Carolina)
Elizabeth Evatt, j
v. j- Amend) d Rill for Parti
J. S. P. Evatt, et.al. ) Hon, ic.
IT appearing tu my satisfaction that Addis-od
Buggs and wife Sarah; defendants in this*
cuse, reside without the limits of thisStnlo: On
motion of Harrison ti Pulliam, Comp. Sid., it is"
ordered, therefore, that thesuid defendants du'
appear hi this Couti, picad, answer or (ioninr to
tho nniondod bill in this ens?, within throb
months front the publication hereof, or nh ordct
pro Con]/cssb will he taken ?gainst them
ROBT. A. THOMPSON, CK.RD.
Comnt'rs Office, March 23, 1801. 3m
'PUR undersigned have formed a partnership in
1 thc practice of baw and Equity foi" Picken*
District. Mr. HAUHK.N m.\y bc consulted al bis
oflicc in Picketts and Mi*. Olltt at Anderson.
JAMI'S t. OR?,
W. M. BARDEN,
riekens C. H., May 10. 18?0 42-|f
THE STATE by SOUTH CAROLINA,
win. Hombreo )
vs \ Petition for Relief, io
0. W. baldwin. J
IT appearing lo my satisfaction (hat 0, W. Raid
win, thc defendant in this case, resides without
tho limits of this State; on motion of Recd tlH
brown. Tro. Pct, ordered, that he do appear ft ft (J
plead, answer or demur to tho petition In thisense,
within three months from this date, or thc suhto
will be taken against him pro confesso.
ROR'T. A. THOMPSON, e.K.r.n.
Mardi 0. 180j_ St V.lti
The State of South Carolina,
. P?eiCJSj?8 LISTlllCT.
ILUCY MeCOY, wife of Roy McCoy, of
* Pickcns District, hereby gives notice that,
upon tho ex iii ra tien of thc legal longth of tim 0.
I will trndo and net ns u free denier or "femt?n
cow/ ;" mid public, notice is horcby giren ac
cordingly. My ocenpntion is ?lint ?f n Fanner
and Songstress. LUCY McCOV.
March 23. IMP 88 Sm
Thc State ot* ?outil Carolina,
G. M. Lynch, ct. als. )
vs. \ Bill for Partition, ?Vc. '
C. P. Lynch, ot. nls. )
IT nppenring to tho Commissioner that Wil
< .liam J. Lyiteh, C. P. Lynch, Calvin ?Tnob,
Jason Gillespie nod wiioEhfcaUQth, Jol?? Lewis
nod wife Mary, William Baker and wife Sarah,
Richard Robinson nod wife Nanny, John Rob
inson nnd wifo Eliy.ii, defendants 'in this ease,
reside without tho limits pf this State : On mo
tion of 0?*r & 11 miden, Comp.- Sol?., it is order
od, therefore, that tho ??n?Cl absent dofchdnnts
do appear in this Caurt, and plead, pus wer, Or
demur to complainants' said bill of complaint,
within Ihreo months from tho imblloation hero
oft or*n order pro covfetto will bo taken uguinst
ROBT. A. THOMPSON, c.t v.u.
* W'? (XW-O, March % OQK * Om