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. CLERK'S SALE.
In Equity?Anderson County. ftimrod K. Sullivan, et al. vs. Reuben Burriss, Nancy Sullivan, et al.?Bill to sell lands for the t payment of Debts. t - |JY '-virtue of an order from the Honorable James L. Orr to me directed, I will sell at public outcry et Anderton Court House on Saleday in December next, the following Tracts of Land, described in the proceedings in this case as the Real Estate of Kelly Sullivan, deceased, viz: TEACT NO. 2, Situate in Anderson county, and known as the Thomas Jones Tract,, containing two huudred and 'thirty-two and bne-fourth acres, more or less, ly? ing in the t'crks of Big Generostee and Lucas' xsreek, waters of Savannah River, bounded by Lot No. 1 of said Estate and lands of John Hewin, "Win. Hewin, Mrs. Hardy, Estate of Wm. Sherard and others. On this tract there is a good dwell? ing and gin-house. It contains about thirty acres ?of bottom land, in good state of cultivation, with about seventy-five acres of woodland. TEACT NO 3, Situate in Anderson county, and known as the River and Stewart Tract, containing one hundred and fifty-seven acres, more or less, lying immedi? ately on the east side of the Savannah River, bounded by lands of Rev. John M. Philips, Rev. Asa Avery, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Wakefield and oth? ers. This tract is mostly in woods, and finely timbered. Terms of Sale.?On a credit of one year, with interest from the day of sale, purchaser to have The privilege of paying cash, or if he does not so desire, to give bond with at least two good sure? ties to secure payment of the purchase money. Titles will be delivered when the purchase money shall have been paid. Costs of this proceeding to be paid in cash. Purchaser to pay for stamps -and titles. JOHN w: DANIELS, Clerk of Court Anderson County. Not 4, 1869 19 5 CLERK'S SALE. In Equity?Anderson County. U. Y. Rogers vs. Wm. Rogers, W. J. Duckworth and his wife, Sarah Ann, etal.?Bill to Partition Seal Estate. BY virtue of an order from the Honorable James L. Orr, Circuit Judge, to me directed, I will sell at public outcry at Anderson Court House on Sale -day in December next, the following Tracts of Land, described in the proceedings in the case as the Real Estate of Wm. Rogers, dec'd, viz: TEACT NO. 1, Situate in Anderson county, on Melon creek, wa? ters of Rocky River, containing one hundred and eighty-five acres, more or less, bounded by Lot No. 3 of said Estate, and lands of- Ellison, Beverly Rogers and Mrs. Wilson. TEACT NO. 2, Situab; in Anderson county, on Melon creek and waters of -Rocky River, containing one hundred and sixty-four acres, more or less, bounded by Lots No. 1 and 8 of said Estate, and lands of Mrs. Wilson, G. W. Bartley and others. TEACT NO. 3. Situate in Anderson county, on Melon creek, wa? ters of Rock River, containing one hundred and "Torty-two . acres, more or less, bounded by Lots No. 1 and 2, of said Estate, and lands of Mrs. Dacus and others. Terms of Sale.?On a credit of one and two .years, with interest from day of sale?except the cost of the proceedings, which roust be paid in <cftsh?purchaser to give bond, with at least two approved sureties, to secure the payment of the purchase money, togethor with a mortgage of the premises, with leave to anticipate payment. Pur? chases to pay for stamps and titles. JOHN W. DANIELS, c.c.r.a c. Nov 4, 1869 19 5 CLERK'S SALE. In Equity?Anderson County. W. L. Brison and Elvira, his wife. vs. Josephine Major and Nancy E. Major.?Bill to Partition Land, /re. BY virtue of a Decretal Order from the Honora? ble James L*. Orr, Circuit Judge, to me directed, I will sell at public outcry at Anderson Court House, on Saleday in December next, two Tracts of Land, belonging to the Estate of Andrew Ma jor, deceased, viz: TEACT NO. 2, Containing ninety-three acres, more or less, situ? ate en Prichett's creek, waters of Twenty-six Mile creek, waters of Seneca River, bounded by Lots No. 1 and 3 or said Estate and lands of Bolt or C. Brisoc, Harriet Prichett and others. TEACT NO. 5. Containing one hundred and twenty-four acres, more or less, and known as the Home Tract, on_ Prichett's creek, waters of Twenty-Six Mile creek," waters of Seneca River, bounded by Lot No. 4 of said Estate, and lands of Wm. BoWen, Mrs. Webb, Mrs. Van Wyck and others. Terms or Sale.?On a credit of twelvemonths, with interest from day of sale?except enough to pay the cost of the proceedings?the purchaser to give bond, with at least two good sureties, and a mortgage of the premises to secure payment of the purchase money, with leave to pay cash if he so elects. Purchaser to pay for title deeds, stamps, &c. JOHN W. DANIELS, c.c.p.a.c. Nov 4, 1869 19 5 CLERK'S SALE. In Equity?Anderson County. Thomas A. Sherard and David J. Sberard vs. Phoebe H. Sherard, Jeptha F. Wilson and wife, Eliza J., et al.?Bill for Partition of Land, Re? lief, ire. BY virtue of a decretal order from the Honorable James L. Orr, Circuit Judge, to me directed, I will sell at public outcry at Anderson Court House, on Saleday in December next, ALL THAT PLANTATION, or Tract of Land, containing three hundred and eighty acres^ more or less, situate in the county of Ahd*eT8on, on Savannah River, and adjoining lands of the Estate of Kelly Sullivan, deceased. Sold for partition among the heirs of William Sherard, deceased. Terms of Sale.--One-third to be paid in cash, and the remaining two-thirds on a credit of twelve months, with interest from day of sale, purchaser to give bond with approved surety, and a mort? gage of the premises to secure payment of the purchase money, with leave to anticipate payment. Purchaser to pay for stamps aud titles. JOHN W. DANIELS, c.c.r.a c. Not 4, 1869 19 6 CLERK'S SALE. In Equity?Anderson County. Andrew 0. Norris, for the use of others, vs. Wel born Duckworth, Adm'r, W. R. Duckworth and Chesley Martin.?Bill to Foreclose Statutory Mortgage, /re. BY virtue of a decretal order to me directed from the Hon. James L. Orr, Circuit Judge, I will sell on Saleday in December next, at public outory at Anderson Court House, ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND, Of which Benjamin Duckworth, deceased, died, seized and possessed, situate in Anderson county, containing three hundred and thirty-one acres, more or less, bounded by lands owned by Guyton Guyton, Garnet Ball, Chesley Martin and others. Terms of Sale.?On a credit of twelve months, with interest from day of sale?except costs, which must be paid in cash?the purchaser to give bond, with at least two good sureties, and a mort? gage of the premises to secure payment of the purchase money, with leave to pay cash if ho so ?lects. Purchaser to pay for titles, stamps, &c. JOHN W. DANIELS, c.c.r.a.c. Not 4, 1869 19 ? Executors' Sale. WILL be sold, lit the late residence of James J. Harkness, deceased, near Storeville, in Anderson County, On Tuesday, 16th. of November, 1869, All the Real and Personal Estate of said deceased, to wit: TRACT NO. 1, Or the Homestead, containing 167 acres, more or less, lying on the waters of Hencoop creek and Rocky River, adjoining lands of E. D. Truiott, J. N. Harkness and A. C. Jackson. TRACT NO. 2, Known as the "old Harkness place," containing 148 acres, more or less, in the fork of Hencoop creek and Rocky River, adjoining lands of A. C. Jackson, J. N. Harkness and the Hoiriestead. ALSO, Wheat, Corn, Cotton, Mules, Hogs, Cattle, Farming Tools, Household and Kitchen Furniture. Terms of Sale.?The Real Estate will be sold on a credit of twelve months, with interest from day of sale?purchaser to give note and approved surety, and to pay for all stamps and necessary papers. As to the Personal Property, terms will be made known on day of sale. L. C. HARKNESS, J. N. HARKNESS, Executors. Oct 25, 1869 18 3 Administrators' Sale. WILL be sold on the 23rd day November inst., at the late residence of Rev. David Humphreys, deccosod, the entire Personal Estate of deceased, consisting in part of? 1 Horse, 2 Mules, Cattle and other stock, Corn, Fodder, Wheat, Oats, 2 Buggies and Harness, 1 Iwo-horse Wagon, 1 four-horse Wagon, sett Blacksmith Tools, Molasses Boiler and Kettle, Household Furniture, Kitchen Furniture, including Good Cooking Stove, &c, Farming Implements, &c, &c. Terms cash. The Plantation, containing about 150 acres of good arable land, if not rented before the day of sale, will be rented to the highest bidder for the year 18?0. S. C. HUMPHREYS, W. W. HUMPHREYS, Administrators. Nov 4, 1869 19 3 EXECUTOR'S SALE. BY virtue of au order to me directed by the Court of Probate, I will sell at the late residence of John Wigington, deceased, on Saturday, the 27th day of November instant, the entire Realty of said deceased, consisting of ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing two hundred and twenty-seven acres, more or less, on Hurricane creek, adjoining lands of W. S. Pickens, Simon Smith, et nl. Terms of Sale.?Ou a credit of twelve months, with interest from day of sale, purchaser giving bond with approved surety, with a mortgage of the premises, with the privilege of an'icipating payment at any time ; costs to be paid in cash? purchaser to pay for stamps and necessary papers. Also, I will sell at the same time and place, the remaining Personally of said deceased for cash. ELIHU WIGINGTON, Executor of John Wigington, deceased. Nov 4, 1869 19 3 Administrator's Sale. ON WEDNESDAY, the 17th day of November next, will be sold, at the late residence of Robert Smith, deceased, the Personal Property which be? longed to said deceased, consisting of Household and Kitchen Furniture, Horses, Cat? tle, Hogs, Sheep, Corn, Shucks, Fodder, Cotton, cotton Gin, Traveling Thresher, Wagons, Buggies, Blacksmith Tools, Farming Tools, &c. One pair Mill Stones, Corn Shellers and other things too numerous to name. Also, one Tract of Lund, containing two hun? dred acres, more or less, known as the McFall Tract. Terms cash. JASPER BROWNE, Adm'r Oct 28, I860 18 3 EXECUTOR'S SALE. WILL be sold, at the late residonce of Hiram Howard, deceased, on Friday, ths 12th day of No? vember next, the following property belonging to the Estate of said deceased, to wit: One Tract of Land, containing 150 acres, more or less, being the Homestead of said deceased. One Horse, Yoke of Oxen, Two Wagons, Cattle and Hogs, One Sett Blacksmith Tools, Lot of Corn, Fodder, Oats and Wheat, Household and Kitchen Furniture. Terdrs made known on day of na'e. DUDLEY C. HOWARD, Ex'r. Oct 28, 1869 18 3 ASSIGNEES' SALE. WE will sell, at the late residence of R. A. Maxwell, in Pendleton, on Saturday, the 20th No? vember next? All the Household and Kitchen Furniture, Farming Tools, Wagon and Harness, One Carriage and Harness, One Buggy and Harness, One Yoke of Oxen, three Mules, One Horse, nine head of Cattle, Eighty-five Shares in B. R. R. R. Co.* One Share in Pendleton Hotel Co. Terms cash. J. B. SITTON, W. H. D. GA1LLARD, Assignees. Oct 28, 1869 18 4 Administrator's Sale. BY virtue of an order from the Probate Court, wc will sell at the late residence of Gillam Shear? er, deceased, near Centreville, ou Friday, the 19th day of November instant, the following property, to wit: 1 black Horse, 1 Biijgy, i Wagon, 1 Clock, 3 Chest3, 1 Sideboard, 2~Tables, 1 Trunk, 1 Mat tross, 1 Bed, 1 Bedstepd, 1 Shot. Gun, 1 Flax Wheel, 1 Lot Tools and 6 head Sheep. Terms cash. MARY A. SHEARER, Adm'x, A. C. DOBBINS, Adm'r. All persons having uomands against the Estate of said deceased are requested to present them within the time prescribed by law. Nov 4, 1869 19 8 FOR SALE OR TO RENT. A Plantation, four miles below Anderson Vil? lage, immediately on t he road leading to Abbeville C. H., containing about 700 acreB of cleared and forest land, in about equal portion, including about 40 acres of bottom land cleared, but need of drain? ing. Tbsre is also a Grist Mill on the place. Ap? ply to B. F. WHITNER. Oct 28,1869 18 8 HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. I WILL offer for sale on the first Monday in De? cember next my Private Residence, situated imme? diately West of Mrs. Whitfield's, containing Ggood rooms and Pantry, good Vegetable Garden, two acres of ground, and all necessary outbuildings. Terms?One half cash, balauce one year, secured by mortgage on premises. MARTHA E. HUNT. Nov 4, 1869 19 5 b. f. wuitner. inA E. hill. NEW LAW FIRM. I have associated with me in the practioe of la-v Mr. Ira E. Hill, and the style of tho firm will be Whitner & Hill. B. F. WHITNER. Oct 28, 1869 18 3 QUICK SALES SMALL PROFITS. THE undersigned are now receiving their Fall and Winter stock of Goods, consisting in part of the following articles: DRY GOODS ! Calico, DeLaines, white and red Flannels, Opera Flannels, Brown and Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings, Brown and Bleached Drills, Duck, for meal sacks, Plaid Linscy, Blankets, Plains, Kerseys, Satinets, An extra article of Jeans, Wool Shawls, &c. Hardware, Nails and Castings. An extra coon lot of SHOES AND BOOTS, F\>r men, women and boys. MATTS ?UI <D A IP S OROCERIESt The best article of Rio and Java Coffee, Sugar, .Molasses, Salt, Soda. So:'p. Starch, Indigo. Madder, Extract Logwood and Concentrated Lye, Blue Stone, The best black and green Tea, Extra No. 1 Kerosine Oil, of C. West & Son, Rice, of the new crop, Bagging?extra heavy and wide, Rope, Ties, extra Leaf Lard, New Mackerel, by retail, Cheese, Crackers, Candy, Raisins, Maccaroni, Currants, Citron, &c, Ac. Cider and White Wine Vinegar, Crockery and Glassware, Tin Ware and Wooden Ware, Upper and Sole Leather. EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, New Buckwheat Flour. We ask our friends and customers to call and look at our stock, as we wish to show the QUALI? TY of our Goods, which we will sell as low as such goods can be bought in this market. Wc take in exchange for goods, Gold, Silver, Green? backs, Cotton, Bacon, Corn, Fodder, Butter, Eggs, Rags. Flour, &c, but we cannot afford to bell tu em on time, as that kind of pay (credit) will not enable us to keep up our stock. TOWERS & BURRISS, IVo. 4 Granite Ro"w, Anderson, S. C Oct 21,1809 17 4 FALL OPENING AT C. A. REED'S I have just received and have ready for examination, the largest and most attractive STOCK that it has ever been my pleasure to exhibit. I therefore invite my friends, and all in want of good and cheap Goods, to call and see for themselves. C. A. REED, Corner Anderson Hotel. Oct 14, 1809 1G .3m In the District Court of the United States for South Carolina?Oct. Term, 1869. In the matter of George W. Rnsor, of Anderson county, Bankrupt.?Petition for Jull and final discharge in Bankruptcy. ORDERED, That a hearing be had on the 30th day of November, 1809, at Federal Court House I in Columbia, S. C.J and that nil creditors, &c, of said Bankrupt appear at said time and place, and show cause, if any they can, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted. And that the second and third meeting of creditors of said Bankrupt will be held at the office of C. G. Jaeger, Esq., Registerof 3rd Congressional District, S. C, on 27th day of November, 1869, at 12 m. By order of the Court, the 1st day of November, 1809. DANIEL HORLBECK, Clerk of Dist. Court of the U. S. for S. C. Nov 4, 1809 19 3 Id the District Court of the United States for South Carolina?Oct. Term, 1869. In the matter of John J. Lewis, of Anderson county, Bankrupt.?Petition for full und final discharge in Bankruptcy. Ordered, That a hearing be had on the 30th day of November A. D., 1809, at Federal Court House in Columbia, S. C; and that all creditors, &c, of said bankrupt appear at said time and place, and show cause, if any they can, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted. And that the second and third meeting of credi? tors of said bankrupt Will be held at. the office of C. G. Jteger, Esq., Register of 3rd Congressional District, S. C, on the 27th day of November, 1809, at 12 m. By order of the Court, flic 1st day of November, 1809. DANIEL HORLBECK, Clerk Dist. Court of U. S. for S. C. Nov 4,1809 19 3 NEW MARBLE YARD, lower Corner Benson House Lot, MAIX STREET. THE undersigned having withdrawn from the firm of Thomas M. White & Co., has opened a Yard at the above named place, where he will keep on hand a better quality of Marble than has been brought to this market since the war, and will sell at old prices as before the war. Monu? ments, Tombs, Head Stones, Tablets and Furni? ture Marble will be put up promptly. I have some Monumental Head Stones, on commission, which I will sell positively at cost. Give me a call and save mo^cy, as I feel confident I cannot be undersold. T. WILDMAN. Nov 4, 1809 19 8m FAIR WARNING. ALL persons are warned against trading, traffic ing, harboring or employing my wife, Margaret Ann Clardy, or influencing, fcoding or clothing, or in any manner assisting' her in staying from me, as she has been decoyed and forced away from me and concealed so 1 cannot get her; and I will not bo responsible for any deed, act or contract made by her or for her while away, from the 10th October, 1809. J. F. CLARDY. Nov 4, 1869 1 9 3* Administrators' Notice? ALL persons having demands against the Es? tate of the late David Humphreys, dec'd, are noti? fied to present them, properly attested, to tho un? dersigned within the time prescribed by law, and those indebted to make payment, at once. S. C. HUMPHREYS, W. W. HUMPHREYS, Administrators. Nov 4, I860 19 3 I TO CASH BUYERS. -.? 1 AM NOW PREPARED TO SHOW TOB LAIMOT . miEOT3I?N (LDF (5??B3 la this market, which I am determined to sell As Low as the Lowest, and Cheap as the Cheapest. MY STOCK CONSISTS IN PART OP DRY GOODS, in great varieties and qualities^ CLOTHING, CASSIAIERES, HATS and CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, TRUNKS, HOOP SKIRTSi SADDLES and BRIDLES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, POT WARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, BAGGING, ROPE, COTTON TIES, SOLE and UPPER LEATHER and SHOE FINDINGS. It will be my aim to sell each article on its own merits?I will not reduce the price of one article to make it up on another. I respectfully invite an examination of my stock of Ladies' and Childrens' DRESS GOODS. J3@- Be sure and give me a call before buying elsewhere. Always In the market for the purchase of Cotton, Corn, Wheat and other produce. W. S. SHARPE, ISrok 'V Granite Row. 0ctl4. 18C9 16 _ HAWKINS, WILLIAMSON & CO., Cotton Factors and General Commission Merchants, 105 West Lombard Street, Baltimore. gSaj?* CAPT. W. S. SHARPE, No. 7 Granite Row, Anderson C. H., is our duly authorized agent, and will make liberal cash advances on all consignments to us. REFERENCES?Col. B. D. Townsend, President C. & S. R. R., Society Hill, S. C; Major W. B. Gulick, Cashier Ftrst National Bank, Columbia, S. C; Col. Wo. Johnston, President C. C. & A. R. R., Charlotte, N. C; Gen. Wade Hampton, Columbia, S. C. Sept 16. 1869_ 12 _3m BLECELEY & EVINS, S. BLECKLET & CO., Anderson, S. C. Pendleton, S. C. -o-i THE above houses keep constantly on hand as large and well-selected STOCK of GOODS in the various lines, as can be found in this country, and sell them as Cheap for Cash or Barter as- Anybody. The highest market price in cash or barter paid for Cotton and Country Produce. Don't buy your Goods until you call and see them!! "?a October 21. 1869 _\_17_ New and Splendid Stock or Fall & Winter Goods, JUST RECEIVED! TO which we invilo our friends and customers to call and examine for themselves. Our stock consists in pari of DRY GOODS, In Great Variety, IDEiSSS ???IDS, Such as? Merinos, Poplins aud DeLains of the latest styles, White Goods, of every description, A large stock of Prints, Brown and Bleached Sheetings, Brown and Bleached Long Cloths, Brown and Bleached Shirtings, Ladies' Cloaks and Shawls, large stock, Ladies' Hats, Furs and Bonnets, Ladies' Glove?, Hosiery, &c. Gents' Clothing and Furnishing Goods, Of every description. t Shoes and Boots, Hats and Caps, In great variety. Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery j Crockery, Glassware. We keep constantly on hand a good supply of General Merchandize, all of which will be sold low for cash or birter. All kinds of produce tsken in exchange for goods. Give us a calL W. F. BARR & CO. Oct 28, 1869 18 Incorporated ISoO. CAPITAL, - - $3&0,000! J. F. BOZEMAN, President. D. F. WILLCOX, Secretary. CONTINUES to furnish perfect security against loss or damage by fire on all kinds of insurable prop? erty at adequate rates. Agents can be found at every prominent point in the Southern States, to whom applications for insurance may be made. Apply to A.' b. Towers, Agent, Anderson C. H., S. C. Oct 21, I860 .17 2m AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS wanted, S75 to $200 per month, male and female, to aell the celebrated and original Common Sense Family Sewing Machine, improved and perfected; * will hem, stitch, tuck, bind, braid and embroiier in a most superior mannet. Price only $16. for simplioity and durability, it has no rival. Do not buy from any parties selling machines under toe same name as oure", unless having a Certificate of Agency signed by us, as thoy are worthless east iron machines. For cir? culars and terms, apply or address, H. CRAWFORD & CO., 418 Cheanut Street, Philadelphia, Pa, Nov 4, 1869 19 Fall and Winter Opening, 1869, At the Emporium of FashioD, Abbeville, S. C? FOWLER & McDONALD respectfully Inform the ladies of Anderson of their grand opening Of Dry Goods and Millinery on Thursday, October 14. Their stock of Dress Goods and Millinery was never so large. Their stock of Millinery is as largo and as attractive as any in South Caroli? na. In this department will be found the latest novelties in Hats, Bonnets, Feathers, Plumes, French Flowers, Birds, Ornaments, Satins, Vel? vets, Silks, Ribbons, Trimmings, Buttons, Laces, Edgings, Frillingo, Bridal Wreaths, Collars, Cuffs, Embroideries, beautiful Embroidered Yokes, Bands, &c; Trimmed and Untrimmed Paper Pat? terns for all kinds of Ladies' and Misses' Gar? ments, from Madam Demorcst and B?tterick, of New York j Shawls, Cloaks, splendid Fur Capes, Muffs and Cuffs, Nubias, Breakfast Shawls, Hoods, Jackets, Hair Switches, Curls, Chignons, Pads, Breast Protectors, Skirts, Corsets, Shell and Gold Beads, Necklaces, Netts, Veils, Illusions, Silk Tas? sels, and many other things not mentioned. Mrs. Sassaro and Mrs. Wier, ladies of acknowledged fine taste, have charge of this department. Mrs. Wier will give her personal attention iu filling or? ders from Anderson and Pendleton. Particular attention given to orders for Bridal Bonnets, and satisfaction guaranteed. All goods sent by Ex? press upon roceipt of order. They have a splendid line of Dress Goods in Poplins, Rep3, Empress Cloths, DeLanes, Alpac cas, DeBages, Silks, and a beautiful line of Scotch Plaids, frota Q5 cents to SI.25 per yard. Also, Opera Flannels in every color. Thankful for the very liberal patronag? bestow cd on us in the past, we hope by strict attention to our business to continue to merit the Same. We sell strictly for cash, and at much less than city prices. Our goods will compare with Millinery from Charleston, Baltimore and New York. All we ask is a trial. Very Respectfully, " FOWLER & M'DONAEDj Abbeville C. H.; 8. C. Oct 14, 1869 16 3m MAPES' NITROGENIZED SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME; FOR THE WHEAT CROP. J UST arrived, Two Hundred Barrels of this splendid fertilizer, the best known for the Wheat crop. A supply kept constantly on hand, and for sale at cost and carriage by C. A. REED, Agent at Anderson C. H, Oct 7,1869 15 2m NOTICE IS hereby given that application will be niade to the next Legislature to amend the charter Of the Town of Andereon. JOHN R. MOORE, latondant. Sept 23,18W 18 3m I ASSIGNEES' SALE. WE will sill at auction, at Pendleton, S. C, O? FRIDAY, the 19th day of NOVEMBER next, all that Valuable River Plantation, containing in the aggregate" 1,893 acres, assigned to us by Mr. R, A. Maxwell, tor the benefit of his creditors, and by re-survey 1,902 acres, which has been laid off into seven Tracts, to wit: TRACT #0. i, 707 acres, 96 of which is valuable river bottom in one body, some good cotton ladds", and plenty of wood lands. The buildings (except one) are all on this tract. TEACT NO. 2, - ? 150 acres, 34 of which is river bottom, some fresh cleared land, balance in woods, and is adjoining G. R. Cherry and Lot No. 1. TRACT NO. 3, 229 acres, has both river and branch bottom, and good wood land3, adjoining lauds of Elliott, Lots Nos. 1 and 4. TRACT No. 4, 167 acres, nearly all wood land, and adjoining lands of Dr. Maxwell, Elliot and Pinckney. TRACT NO. 5, 171 acres, nearly all wood land, adjoining lands of Reddy, Phillips, Cherry, Simpson and Lot No. 6. TRACT NO. 6, 274 acres, nearly all wood land, adjoining lands of Robt. Adger, Reddy, Whitteu and Lots Nos. 1, 5 and 7. TRACT NO. 7, 204 acres, on which is a good , cabin and smalt farm, known as part of the Hays' place, and is adjoining lands of Whitten, Pinckney and Lots Nos. 1 and 6. Also, we will sell seven Lots of Land within the incorporate limits of Pendleton, to wit: . LOT NO. l, 12J- acres wood land, adjoining Mrs. Maxwell, Shanklin and Smith, and is one of the most beau? tiful sites for building in Pendleton. LOT NO. 2, 40 acres, fronting on Orrville road, and adjoiung' lands of Mrs. Maxwell?has a good site for build, ing. LOT NO. 3, 37J acres, being part of Race Tract Field?fronts on Orrville road, uud adjoins Lot No. 2. It also has a fine building site. LOT NO. ^, 40? acres, aud part of Race Tract, fronting on Orrville road, and adjoins Lot No. 3 and the Griffin lands. LOT NO. 5, 9 acres, fronts on the Anderson road, adjoining lands of Mrs. Sloan, Mrs. Maxwell and Lot No, G. LOT NO. 6, 13 acres, fronts on Anderson road, and adjoining lands of Mrs. Mays, Mrs. Maxwell and Lots Nos. 5 and 7. LOT NO. 7, 9 acres, adjoining lands of Mrs. Mays, Mrs. Max? well and Lot No. 6. We Will also sell the Beaverdam Place, contain^ ing by survey about 885 acres, situate in Oconee county, on Big and Little Beaverdam creeks, ad? joining lands of Elias Earle, O. H. P. Fant, Myers and others, which has been laid off into three Tracts, to wit? TRACT NO. 1, 429 acres, on Big Beaverdam creek?some good creek and branch bottoms, good cotton land, and some extra good wood land. Buildings all on this tract. TRACT NO. 2, 250 acres, on Little Beaverdam creek, adjoining Maxwell, Bruce and Tract No. 1. Some good creek bottom and some good wood land. TRACT NO. 3, 109 acres, on Big Beaverdam creek. Some good bottom and wood lands, and tidjoins lands of Elias Earle, Myers and Tract No. 1. Plals of all these lands are now ready at the house of J. B. Sitton, and either of the Assignees will take pleasure in showing and explaining them. TERMS.?One-third cash, and for the other two thirds, terms will be made known on day of sale, if not before. J. B. SITTON, W. H. D. GAILLARD, Assignees of R. A. MaxwelL [pgr* Abbeville Press will copy twice. Uct14, 1869 * l? 6 CLERITS SALE. In Equity?Anderson County B. Frank Sloan vs. Wm. H. D. Gaillard and oth: ers.?Bill to Partition Real Estate, ?c.t of Btnja min F. Sloan, deceased. BYvirl?e?f an order to me directed from the Honorable Circdit Court.of the 8th Judicial Dis? trict, I will sell to the highest bidder, at Pendle1 ton Village, on Friday, the 19lh day of November next, THE HOUSE AND LOT, Known as the late residence of : aid deceased, sit? uate in the Village of Pendleton, on?- street; adjoining lot of E. Sharp nbd Blue Ridge Rail? road, containing Nine Acres, more" or less. Also, the Brick Store House rnd Lot, situate in said Village, and on the public square tberoof, now occupied by J. B. E. Sloan & Co. Terms of Sale.?One-fourth of the purchase money cash, the remaining three-fourths on a credit of twelve months, with interest from day of sale, secured by tlie bdnd of purchaser, and at at least two approved sureties, with a mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to pay for stamps and titles. JOHN W. DANIELS, c.c.p.a.c. Oct 14, 1809 16 6 Assignee's Notice of Appointment; In the District Court of the United States for Ihe District of South Carolina. ix the matt?r of j. l. dawson, a bankrupt: to Whom it may Concern.?The undersigned hereby gives notice of his appointment as As? signee of J. L. Dawson, of ihe county of Ander? son, and State of South Carolina, within said Dis? trict, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt upon his1 own petition by the District Court of said State: Dated at Anderson C. H., S. C, the 21st day Of October, 1869. J. C. WHITEF1ELD, Assignee Oct 28,1869 18 - 3 NOTICE! I will sell at auction, at Pendleton. S. C, on FRIDAY, 19th of November next, a TRACT OF LAND, containing 101 acres, more or less, situa? ted In Anderson county, and on Twenty-Three Mile creek, adjoining hinds of Mrs. Tunno, Mc Elroy and others, known ns tho Richey, hut latter ly as the Jesse Gray place. Pemms wishing to buy a small farm, on which there is some good productive lands, would do well to go and look alB over the place. Terms Cash. J. B. SITTON, Agent for Creditors. Oct 14, 1869 16 4 Executors' Notice, ALL persons haying demands against the Ejtato of James J. Harkness, deceased. Will present them to the undersigned, properly attested, within tho time prescribed by law. Those indebted to said Estate will como forward and make payment at oncex L. C. HaRKNFSSs J. N. BARENESS;. Executors. Oct 28, 1869 1 3 NOTICE IS hereby given that application will he made to the next Legislature to amend the charter o? Pendleton Village. JAMES HUNTER, Intendant. Pondleton, 8epfr. 9, 18G9. 11 8m*