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. THURSDAY MOBJfHfG,=f?S. 1, 18$&
JAMES A. HOYj^*^1*
Ti1op<fiinBnnicfttion over the abovo signature
oromot receive an insertion in our columns, be?
cause the real name of the writor is not given. In
BS ixo Tnst-anoe are anonymous'articles admit ted.
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MILITARY COMMISSION.
The Military Commission appointed to investgate
tho-charges against F. G. Stowers, of Georgia,
and'EusiiA. W. Byrcm, Crawford Rets aDd Rodt.
-?KE-fa, citizens of Anderson District, and to try
them for the murder of three U. S. soldiers, on the
night of the 8th of October last, at Brown's Ferry,
commenced in Charlest on on the 19th day of Janu?
ary. . Mr. Stowers was the first arraigned, and
the trial is progressing. We have received the
proceedings of four days of the trial, and hope in
l he nest week's issue to give a summary of it.
????????
ANOTHER ALARM.
The Kitchen of Mr. W. S.^E-EEse, whose resi?
dence is on Hayne street, cau?Bt. fire on Sunday
night last, from the negligence of servants. No
general alarm was created, and prompt measured
yoon . extinguished the flames. The frequent oc?
currence lately of these alarms, admonishes this
community to be prepared for any emergency.?
Cannot something-be done to obtain concerted ac?
tion in case of conflagration? The suggestion is
worthy of serious consideration.
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KIND WORDS.
Who has not felt the influence of words kincly
spoken? .-In the sunny days of childhood, their
utterance creates a memory which elings through
all the vicissitudes of life. But we have before us
" Kind Words for the Sunday School Children," a
' neat and excellent little paper now boing issued at
Greenville,'S. C, by the Baptist Sunday School
Board, and printed at tho low price of Ten Cents
per annum! Think of it, children ; twelve num?
bers of o paper devoted to your interests, for ten
cents! Ten copies for One Dollar?no lost re?
ceived. Make up your clubs at once, in all the
Schools. Speoipicn numbers can be seen >at this
office.
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SELLING OTP AT COST.
Oar friend, A. P. H?bbard, announces this week
that his varied and attractive stock of Goods is now
offered for sale at the cost price foroash; and fur?
thermore, that on Monday next, he will positively
sell at Auction a large portion of. the Goods then
remaining on hand. The public generally are in?
vited to examine for themselves.
We will mention, par parenthesis, that our thanks
are due for a bunch of superior cigars. Their
fragrance and quality are not surpassed,- and we
have experienced great delight in "puffing" a fqw
of them already.
-
GREENVILLE AHB COLUMBIA RAILROAD
j As, matter of information. to the friends of this
Road, we insert the following, which we find in
the Greenville Mountaineer of last Friday. The
new schedule which went into effect on yesterday,
will' be found in cur advertising columns this
week:
" The President and -directors of the Road met
a>t-the Mansion House in Greenville on Wednes?
day evening last. President Perrin reported that
the Road has now only a gap of six miles on the
east aide of Broad River; this is to be overcome
by a stage and wagon road of eight miles. On
Wednesday next, passengers aud freight ore to be
transported to and from Columbia by the way of
Al3ton. Passengers will go through the whole line
in one day.
" The work of repairing the Road will steadily
progress. We have not learned when the gap will
be completely repaired. A temporary bridge is to
be/constructed at Alston. We trust it will not be
a groat while before all is completed.
"The Stockholders' Meeting is appointed to be
held in Columbia on Thursday before tho first
Monday in May.- The bondholders are requested
to meet there on the day previous to arrange mat?
ters for the renewal of their Bonds past due, and
other business connected with the Company.
''The ?great question of the new route on the ridge
below Froglevel, direct to Columbia, and-the aban?
donment of the present Broad River route, is re?
ferred to the decision of the Stockholders av. the*
next May meeting. We learn the Chief Engineer
submitted an able report of the surveys and esti?
mated of the new route.
" The reocipt3 of the Road have averaged twenty
thousand dollars monthly for the last three months.
This is pretty well, considering the broken condi?
tion of the Road. It must improve much after its
Completion; in fact, from next Wednesday, the
Railroad assumes the entire transportation through,
to and from Columbia, allowing to hacks and
wagons a fair share of the rates received. This
will be a great convenience to all parties, and must
losson expenses and costs on freight materially."
News Items.
Iiarnum is in Paris-for marrols.
The Tunisian Embassy were at Leghorn on
Christmas.
The Frcnoh are Tery onxious to resume their
ti -.de with the United States.
. It is rumored that tho Almiral of tho Spanish
fleet now blockading Chili is dead.
Dumas the elder rjaade a complete failure in his
lecture in Vienna. .*
Dr. Nelaton's practice in Paris yields him $100,
000 per annum.
Two newspapers in Paris have been fined for
'?defaming" un actress.
A Paris Cafe has on its card among other wines
and liquors, the word "Cheri-gobler."
A horse is being exhibited in Berlin, which has
attuned the patriarchal period of eighty.
Tho Commissioner of Internal Revenue has de?
cided that tax uppn cotton and other products ac?
crues immediately upo? their removal for sale.
Hon. John Sherman was elected United States
Sonate-r from Ohio on the 18th instant. He is a
Conservative.
Gon. E. Molver Law has been elected resident
of Bang's Mountain Railroad Company.
We leam from our Petersburg exchanges that
Col. John S. Mosby has been released.
The Confederate General Bushrod. R_ Johnson
has settled down in Nashville as a real estate
agent.
The Barhwoll (S. C.) Sentinel states that' the
planters of that District have securod;laborers for
tho present year, and havo commenced: work in
good earnest.
A concert in Richmond on Thursday night for
the benefit of Stonewall Jackson's widow realized
four hundred dollars.
An old gentleman remarked the other day, that
in 177G wo went to war on account of the atamp
act, and got the negro ; while in 1801 wc went to
, ~ ^--?^Bot the stamp act.
wnr about thona?^.
jj^^^^rtJfal Merritt, serving in Texas, is
(i--?rerarre8t on the somewhat serious charges of
drunkenness, demoralitation and disloyal and
treasonable language uttered while drunk.
Captain Rufus Choate, formerly..of the Second
Masaachusetts regiment, and the only son of the
late Hon. Rufus Choate, died in Dorchester, Mas?
sachusetts, on Tuesday.
- There is a child in Staunton, Virginia,^seven
?weeks old, which weighs only one pound and a
half. AVhen born it could be put ip a tea cup, and
then weighed only half a pound. The little Lilli?
putian is " doing well." ,
Commodore Winslow, the principal witness
against Semmes, has arrived in Washington from
New Orleans, and tho trial will take place as soon
as the necessary detail of officers for the court mar?
tial can be assigned.
The New Orleans Delta thinks it ominous that
pontoon trains have been ordered from .New Or?
leans by the direction of Gen. Sheridan, whose
chief of Staff is now at Brownsville..
Colonel Sperry, late of the Knoxvillc (Tenn.)
Register has been liberated from priaon after twelve
months confinement.
The publisher of the Greensboro, (N. C.) was
arrested the other day by the Assistant Superin?
tendent of the Freedmen'B Bureau for allegdd dis?
loyal expressions.
The Louisville Journul says that Tennessee will
be the largest cotton-producing State in tho Union
this year. The native industry of tho State is
represented to be in an admirable condition for
the resumption of activity, and emigration thither
from the North is said to have been on quito a
arge scale.
Ex-Generals Heath, Pillow, Hood, Longstreef,
and other Southern leaders, have been in Cincin-.
uati within the past five weekend engaged l,GOO
white laborers, and purchased 800 cotton ploughs,
to work plantations in the South.
By direction of the War Department, Major-Gen?
eral Miles, commanding at Fortress Monroe, has
relieved a prominent officer at that post ^on the
charge of having clandestinely employed quite a
number of ex-Confederates in the workshops under
his superintendence.
The homestead of Henry Clay was sold on the
12th inst. to the Regent of the Kentucky Univer?
sity for the sum of $00,000. It consists of three
hundred and twenty-five acres, and will be trans?
formed into tho Agricultural College of that State.
General John B. Gordon, of Georgia, is about to
locate at Bruuswick, Ga., whore ho will engage in
the lumber business. It is his purr, ose to erect
two large mills on the Brunswick railroad, and will
carry on an extensive business in connection with
other gentlemen.
The acting Secretary of State, by direction of
the President, has transmitted letters to the Pro?
visional Governor and Governor elect of Florida,
identical with those heretofore sent to the other
restored Southern States. Texas is now tho only
State over which a Provisional Governor presides.
Hon. John A. Campbell,.at tho time of secession
ono of the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court
of the United States, and more recently Assistant
Secretary of War of the Confederate States, has
resumed the practice of tho law in New Orleans, in
connection with Hon. Henry M. Ppofford, late one
of the Judges of the Supreme Court of Louisiana.
The blasphemous Brownlow used the following
language in a speech to the negroes in Nashville
the other day : Why, if the Savior of men were to
descend from the clouds, with the shoulder straps
of a lieutenant general, and bring with him as a
military staff the old Apostles, they could*not
please these reconstruction rebels and galvanized
Usion men, provided they held the principles wo
have all announced here to-day!
The following is the farewell address of a Wes?
tern editor to his readers: " The undersigned re?
tires from the editorial chair with complete con?
viction that all is vanity. From tho hour he
j started his paper to the present time he has been
solicited to Ho upon every given subject, and can't
remember ever having told a wholesome truth
without diminishing his subscription list, or mak?
ing, an enemy. Under these circumstances of
trials,-and having a tborough contempt for himself,
ho retires in order to recruit his moral constitu?
tion.
Tho citizens of Newborn, North Carolina, desir?
ing to give a* musical entertainment for tho benefit
of Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, addressed a mote to
Colonel Wheeler, commandant of tho District, ask?
ing his sanction. He replied, saying: "The United
States military authorities can never object to a
charitable action. All soldiers owe a tribute to
gallantry and honor. It is presumed that every
officer of this command will esteem it a privilege
tobe" permitted to engage with you in the assis?
tance of a lady whose husband was so respected
and renowned.
A Horrible Outrage.?The Montgomery Ala.,
Advertiser reports a horrible outrage. The Abo?
litionists will hardly howl over it, but if the perpc ?
trat or had. been a Southern slaveowner, they would
have been heard:
"A gentleman from Now York -rrbo came down
the road yesterday, reports that at Opelika, a ne?
gro girl some sixteen or seventeen years old, came
in witli her ears cut off close to her head, and al-.
leged that it was done by a man in United States
uniform, because she would not let him do vio?
lence to her person. No notice had been taken of
the outrage by the military authorities. Such in?
humanities should be ferreted out and the guilty
parties punished severely, whoever they may be.
Where the :ivil authority has not power to act the
military certainly has, and we trust between the
two, no acts of the kind will be allowed to disgrace
the community.
The unsettled state of the affairs of the SoHth,
and the ill feeling displayed by the Radical press
and politicians towards its people, has determined
many of the best class of citizens- of that section
to leave the country. From various quarters we
hear of families leaving for Mexico. Judge Wil?
liam G. Swan, a Member of Congress of the Con?
federacy, and others, are about to immigrate from
Columbus, Ga. Major-General John S. Williams,
of Kentucky, accompanied by sixty persons, left
Nashville last week, and we are advised of one
hundred and fifty families in West Virginia, who
are preparing to make Mexico their, future home.
ThC Lebannon (Tenn.) Herald of the 13th inst.,
says : "We have been informed that twelve fami?
lies from thb neighborhood of Carthage, Smith
County, will leave for Mexico next Spring. They
will go as far as New Orleans on flatboats, and
thence by steamer to Vera Cruz. The Memphis
Appeal of the 14th inst., says: "A note from- a
friond at Vicksburg informs us that Capi. Sam. H.
Brown of North Alabama, with four other ypung
men, passed through that city on the 5th, on their
way to Mexico. Scarcely a day passes that we
do not have inquiries made of us with a view to
cmmigTation to that country."
Death of Solicitor J. B. Perry.?At a late
hour last night, we received the sad intelligence
of the death of Solicitor J. B. Perry, of the South?
ern Circuit. lie died suddenly at his residence,
in Wallerboro', S. C., on tho 17th instant.?Char?
leston Courier.
MARRIED, at the residence of the bride's fath?
er, on Tuesday cvoning, January 30th, 18G6, by
the Rev. J. Scott Murray, Mr. James A. Hoyt,
Editor of the Anderson Intelligencer, and Miss
Rebecca C, daughter of Elijah Webb, Esq., all of
this village.
*** Printer's fee received.
? On January 2r>, 1RCC, by Rev. Wm. F. Pearson,
Mr. Jas. J. Hahkness and Mrs.XEiiiiA.WAti.ACE,
both of Andersen District.
MARRIED, on the 18th January, at the resi?
dence of Martin Hall, Mr. W.u. H. Lono and Miss
Agnes F. Nance, all of Anderson District.
On January 21th, at the residence of the bride's
father. Mr. War. 0. Watson, of Anderson District,
and Miss Amanda E. Allen, eldest daughter of
Charles Alien, of Abbeville District.
jj-a?*". Abbeville papers will please copy.
^Selling Off at Cost!
rTHE undersigned invites the attention of buyers
to the fact that his cntire.Stock is .now being dis?
posed pf ..A/ ...
AT COST FOR CASH.
ALSO,
On Monday next, February 5, 1866,
THERE WILL BE AN
.A.notion Sale of GJoocl?,
AT HIS STOEE,
NORTn SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE.
A. P. H?BBARD.
Feb 1, I860 33 1
W. H. JEFFERS & CO,
RECEIVING
and
Forwarding Agents,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THANKFUL for the patronage heretofore so lib?
erally extended, they hope by prompt attention to
merit a continuance
Feb 1,1866 33 lm
Greenville & Columbia Rail Eoad.
Giit^oai Superintendent's Office,
Columbia, Jan. 28, 1866.
On and after Wednesday, 31st inst., the Passenger
Trains will be run daily, (Sundny's excepted) as
follows:
Leave Columbia at - - 6 00 a. m.
" Allston, - - 11 00
M Newberry, - - 12 50 p. m.
Arrive at Abbeville, - - 6 00 "
" " Anderson, - - 8 10 "
" " Greenville, - 9 00 "
Leave Greenville at . - - 4 80 a. m.
" Anderson, - - 5 30 "
\* Abbeville, - - 7 45 "
? Newberry, - - 1 10 p. m.
Arrive at Abjton, - - 2 55 "
" Columbia, - 8 00 "
Thero will bo about seven miles of staging still
between Frcshlcys and Alston ; passengers will ue
furnished with tickets through, including the Road,
Stago and Ferry?sixty pounds baggage only allowed
on the Stage to one scat.
L. B. LaSALLE, Gcn'l Supt.
? Feb. 1_ 33_tf
O. GRAVELEY,
ISO. ?>~, JEast Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
HAS received direct from Liverpool an Invoice of
B?ABES PATENT HOES, '
CROWN HOES,
TRACE CHAINS, .
CUTLERY, of all kinds,
And other dcsiniblo
HARDWARE,
for sale at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Feb 1, I860 33_lm
State Tax Collectors
AND COMMISSIONERS TO APPROVE PUBLIC
SECURITIES, are hereby notified that the Act of
December, 18(10, "To raise supplies," &c, (Sec.
8,) requires "Tho Treasurer to cause the official
bonds of tho several Tax Collectors of this State
to bo examined by the Commissioners appointed in
their respective Tax Districts to approve public
securities, and if tho Enid bonds are found to be
sufficient and satisfactory, they ?hall re-affirm their
original approval thereof: but if found insuffi?
cient and unsatisfactory, they shall require tho
same to be re-cxecuted and renewed with good and
sufficient sureties." The POST OFFICE and AD?
DRESS of each Tax CWlector, and of each Chair?
man of the Board of Commissioners, must be fur?
nished to me without delay, so that information as
to the penalty of each bond and tho name? of the
sureties thereto may be forwarded. If Commis?
sioners should adjudge any bond to be insufficient |
and unsatisfactory, they will immediately give no?
tice thereof to the Treasurer or Comptroller-Gen?
eral. WM. HOOD, State Treasurer.
State Tueasorv Ofimck, Columbia, January
Feb. 1,18CG. 33 2
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S OFFICE,
j TAX COLLECTORS are hereby notified that their
bonds must be approved by tho Commissioners to
approve public securities, in accordance with tho
foregoing notice of the^Trcasurcr, before the First
of April next, otherwise they will not be author?
ized to proceed to collect payments of taxes after
making their assessments.
JAMES A. BLACK,
Couipirollcr-GcDcral.
J6@^ All papers in the State give one weekly in?
sertion Tor two consecutive weeks.
Feb ], 18G? 33 2
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE FIltM OF STRINGER, COX & McGEE,
Merchants, has been dissolved by mutual consent.
Mr. George W. Cox having purchased the interests
of Andrew J. Stringer and Wr Sanford McGee, in
the Books of Accounts and Notes due to said firm,
is alone responsible for all debts due by the firm.
This-27tk day of January, 1866.
ANDREW J. STRINGER,
GEORGE W. COX,
W. SANFORD McGEE.
Belton, S. C. ' 33 2
Spirits Turpentiao,
FOR SALE BY THE BARREL,
AT
75 CEITTS PER GALLON.
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
.. . Columbia, S. C,
Feb 1.-18GG__33 2
Cotton Seed*
FIVE HUNDRED BUSHELS OF COTTON SEED
for sale, or to exchange for Corn, by
J. L. ARNOLD,
Feb 1?. 1866_83_
For Sale on Commission,
SEVERAL Tierces of Superior Rice,.
20 Sacks of Liverpool Salt,
Low-for Cash.
ELIJAH WEBB.
Feb 1, 1866 33 1
SCHOOL BOOKS,
AT TUE
GREENVILLE BOOKSTORE,
Next Door to Mansion House. ?
THE largest and most varied Assortment
of School Books over opened in the up
country, consisting in part of
The Series of Classical Authors.
Harkness' First and Second Latin
Books,
Harkness' Latin Grammar,
Bullion's Latin Grammar,
A ndrews and Stoddard's Lat. Grammar,
Kendrick's Greek Ollendorff,
Kuhner's Greek Grammar,
Fasquelle's French Course,
" Telemaquo,
Ollendorffs French Grammar,
DeFiva's French Reader,
" Elementary French Reader,
Classic Elementary French Beader,
Pinney's First French Book,
" Elementary French Book,
First lessons in French, by Green,
Surenne's French Dictionary,
i Speer's and Sorenne's French and Eng?
lish Pronouncing Dictionary,
Wilson ,s Primary History,
First Book of History,
Parley's Common School History of
tho World,
Quackenbos' United States,
M Primary United States,
Frost's United States,
Pinnock's History of England,
? " " France,
" " " Greece,
? " " Rome,
Sanders' Pictorial Primer,
" Primary Speller,
? Union "
Hazcn's Spellor.and Defincr,
Walker's Common School Dictionary,
Webster's " M "
Roid's English Dictionary,
Scholar's Companion,
Sander's Series of Readers, lat, 2d, 3d,
4th and 5th,
Mandevillo's Series of Readers, 1st, 2d,
3d, 4th and 5th,
Cornell's First Stops in Geography,
" Primary Geography,
" Intermediate Geography, *
" Grammar School Geography,
" High School Geography and
Atlas,
Col ton and Fitch's Introductory Geog?
raphy,
Colton and Fitch's Modern Geography,
" " Amer'n School "
Mitchell's Modern Geography and Atlas
" New School Geography, and
Atlas,
Smith's Primary Geography,
Qaackcnbos' First Lessons in Grammar,
" English Grammer,
" Firat Lessons in Composi?
tion,
" Course of Composition and
Rhetoric,
Kerl's Fir?t Lessons in Grammar,
" Common School t:
Bullion's Practical Lessonsin Grammar,
" English Grammar,
" Analytical & Practical Gram'r,
Green's Introductory Grammar,
" First Lessons in Grammar,
" Elements of Grammar,
" New English Grammar,
" Analysis,
Parker's Aids to Composition,
Graham's English Synonymes,
Robinson's Table Book,.
" Primary Arithmetic,
" Intellectual "
u Rudiments of "
'( Practical "
" Higher "
" Arithmetical Examples,
Quackenbos' Primary Arithmetic,
Davios' Old School Arithmetic,
" New , "
Grecnleaf s Common School Arithmetic,
Smith's Second Arithmetic,
Loomis' Elements of Algebra,
" Algebra,
Davies' Elementary Algebra,
" Legendrc,
Robinson's Elementary Algebra,
" New University Algebra,
All the Higher Mathematical Woiks,
Mathematical Works,
Whateley'a Logic,
" Rhotoric,
Wayland's Moral Science,
Dagg's " "
Winslow's Moral Philosophy,
Wayland's Moral Philosophy,
" Intellectual Philosophy,
Haven's Mental Philosophy.
i VARIED STOCK OF MISCELLANEOUS
AND SCIENTIFIC WORKS.
Spencerian PENMANSAIP, made of
fine paper,?copies set,
Copy Books^ without copies,
Composition Books,
Slates, Paper, Pencils, Pens, Ink.
A largo stock of Music and Musical
Books,
Guitar and Violin Strings, &c,
Lithographs, Photograpshs and Photo?
graph Albums.
TERMS CASH.
jjgr Teachers arc specially invited to
call and examine.. Orders from Schools
solicited, and liberal inducements given.
WM. E. EARLE,
Next Door to Mansion House,
Greenville, S. C.
?gy* Spartanburg, Anderson and Pick
ens papers insert twice, and forward ac?
counts, with copy of paper, to this office.
Feb 1, 1866 33 2
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
ANDERSON DISTRICT.
WHEREAS, Eliza Gailcy has applied to me for
Letters of Administration on the Estate of Alfred
Gailcy, deceased :
These are thorefore to cite and admonish all and
8inguhir tbe kindred and creditors of said deceased
to be and appear at my office on the 7th day of
Februar}', 1866, to show cause, if any they can,
why said Administration should not bo granted.
HERBERT HAMMOND, o.a.d.
Jan 24, 1866 ? 33 2
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ANDERSON DISTRICT.
WHEREAS, John Elrod has applied to me for
Letters of Administration on the Estate of Wil?
liam Elrod, deceased:
These arc therefore to cite and admonish all and
singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased
to be and appear at my office on the 7th day of
February, 1866, to show cause, if any they can,
why said Administration should not be granted.
HERBERT HAMMOND, o.a.n.
Jan. 21, 18G6. 33 2
HIE AM. LODGE, No. 68, A.\ F.\ M.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF HIRAM
LODGE -will be hejd in the Lodge Room cn MON?
DAY NIGHT, Feb. 5th, 1866, at hilf-past saven
o'clock. Brethren will take due notice anu govern
themselves accordingly.
By order of the W.\ M.\
JAMES A. HOYT, Secretary.
Jan. 4, 1866 25)
Burning Bush Chapter, No. 7, K.\A.\M.\
A REGULAR CONVOCATION OF BURNING
BUSH CHAPTER will bo held in the Chapter
Room on'MONDAY NIGHT, February 12, 1866 at
half-past seven o'clock. Companions will assem?
ble without further notice.
By order of the M,vB.\H.*.P..*
JAMES A. HOYT, Secretary.
' Jan 18, 1866 31 ' 3
Cotton Seed for Sale*
I HAVE some Cotton Beed I will sell ort very mod?
erate terms for cash or short credit. Apply at
once to * ? JOHN CUNNINGHAM.
Jan 25, 1866 82 2
FOR SALE.
500 BUSHELS BOYD'S PRO
LIFFIC COTTON SEJ3D,
For sale at
BROWN & SMITH'S,
No. 12, Granite Row.
Jan 25, 1866_32_
BEWLEY, KEESE & CO,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Dry Goods, Groceries,
HARDWARE, &c.
ANDERSON, C. II-, S. C.
Jan 25, 1866 32 ly
Gr. M. JONES,
DENTIST,
Begs leave to inform his friends and customers
that he is prepared to execute all work in his line
with promptness and despatch, and in the latest
approved style. Teeth mounted on the Vulcan?
ized India Rubber plan. A share of patronage
solicited. Terms cash or provisions. Prices mod?
erate.
Office up-stairs, over J. Scott Murray's Law Of?
fice.
Jan 25, 1866 .32 Om
Administrator's Sale.
WILL be sold, at the late residence of Wm. W.
Green, deceased, one and a half miles from Cra.y
tonvillc, on Tuesday, February 6th, 1866, tho en?
tire Personal Estate of said deceased, consisting of
Fourteen Bales of Cotton,
Corn, Fodder, Shucks,
Hogs, Sheep, Cattle,
Pork, Flour, <
Three good Horses,
One Buggy and Four Horse Wagon,
Cotton Gin, Thrasher, Cotton Seed,
Blacksmith Tools, &c.
ALSO,
Household and Kitchen Furniture.
Terms made known on day of sale.
LUCINDA C. GREEN, Admr'x.
JOHN T. GREEN, Adm'r.
Nov 25, 1866 32 2*
Cheese! Cheese!!
GO?IIEN & ENG. DAIRY,
CRACKERS, assorted,
HERRING,
CANDY, assorted,
SUGAR,
COFFEE,
SODA,
POWDER & SHOT,
.And a General Assortment
or
GOODS,
FOR SALE AT .
LOW PRICES,
BY
i S. HYDE,
Corner Benson House.
Jan 25,18fiG. 82
?ministrator's Sale.
. . . ^ j
THERE will be a sale of the Personal Property ol
Col. Thomas Parks, deceased, at his late residence
on Savannah River, on the
Ttli day of* February next,
consisting of
40 or 50 Bales Cotton,
A Large Lot of
CORN,
FODDER,
OATS,
HORSES,
MULES,
CATTLE,
HOGS,
BACON,
SHEEP,
HOUSEHOLD AND
KITCHEN FURNITURE,
FARMING UTENSILS.
ALSO,
On the Otli February next, .
at the plantation known as the Gamble Place, a
lot of
CORN,
FODDER,
OATS,
HORSES,
MULES,
CATTLE,
HOGS,
SHEEP,
FARMING UTENSILS, &c.
Terms of Sale:
For all sums under Ten Dollars, Cash. For all
sums over Ten Dollars, a credit until the First day
of November next?payment to be made in specie
or its equivalent.
G. W. LESTER, "? . , ,
EDW. H. BODO, }A?mia
Jan 25, 186fl *? 2
AUCTION SALES.
J. B. M'GEE, AUCTIONEER.
WILL be sold, on Saleday in February next, to
the highest bidder, between the usual hours of
sa]c, the following property ;
One small Family Carriage?in perfect ordor
One Buggy, thoroughly repaired,
One light Two-Horse Wagon,
One Bay Mare, six years old.
Terms Cash on delivery.
Jan 25, 18CG 32 2
J. B. McGEE, Auctioneer.
WILL be sold, on Saleday in February next, tho
following prdperty:
- One Good Carriage;?can be used cither for
one or two horses,
One Cooking Stove, | , f
One Iron Safe.
Terms Cash. '
MARY R. SLOAN,. .
Executrix Estate Jo. Berry Sloan, dec'd.
Jan 18, I860 31 8
fk? STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ANDERSON'B'ISTRICT.
IN EQUITY.
John B.'Clinkscales vs. Rebecca Clinkscaloe, A.
G. Cook and wife?-Bill"for Partition.
By virtue of an order from the Court of Equity, to
me directed, I will expose to sale at Anderson*C.
H. on sale-day in February next, the remaining
portion.of..iho. real, estate of CoL Abner Clink,
scales, dee'd, to wit i Lot No. 2, containing one
hundred ond-eighty-thrce acres, more or less, sit?
uated in District and State aforesaid, and bounded
by lands'Of William Hewins, M. W. Howard, Wm,
Wiley ^Harris. Long and John, Sadler.
Terms'of Sale.?Cash, or on a credit of twelve
months, with interest from date, the purchaser
giving bond with two or more good suretieato se?
cure tho payment of the. purchase money, and to
receive possession of the premises as Boon no
terms of aale are complied with, and to pay for
titles. W. W. HC31PHRE 1"S, c. k. a. o. '
Commissioner's Office, )
Anderson C. H., Jan. 1, 1866. /
Jan 4, 1866 20
Ordinary's
BY an order of H. Hammond, Esq? Ordinary of
Anderson District, I will expose to sale on Sale
day in February neat, I860, lho "eol Estate of
John Hix, deceased, one Tract of Land, situated
in Anderson District, on the waters of Concro3s,
bounded by lands of Jordan Burns, Mrs. Lcdbot
ter and others, and contains one hundred and for?
ty acres, more or less.
Terms of Salt.?-Credit of twelve month*;: %ith
iutercBt from Jay of sale?the purchaser giving
bond with good security, and a mortgage of the
premises, if deemed necessary to the Ordinary for
payment of the purchase money?except the cost,
which will be required in cash, to be paid- in spe?
cie or its equivalent.
Given under my hand and seal January 0,
I860. J. B. McGEE, s.a.p.
Sheriff's Office, Jan. 11, 1866". -80?1
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIHA,
ANDERSON DISTRICT.
IN THE COUET ' Off ORDINARY.
Hugh Simpson, Applicant, vs. Elizabeth Simpson,
and others. Defendants.
IT appcai-ing to my falisfaetiori that Thomas &
Perry and wife, Sarah Perry, Jane. White and Wil?
liam Simpson, heirs and representatives of Rob?
ert Simpson, deceased, all reside without the lim?
its of this State. Dia therefore ordered that thoy
appear and object to the sale or division of the
Real Estate of Robert Simpson, deceased, on or
before the fourth Monday in April ncx^ or thoir
consent to'lhe snme will be entered of record.
HERBERT HAMMOND, o.a.p.
Jun22, 1860 32 3m
THE STATE 01 SOUTH CASOXJHA,
ANDERSON DISTRICT.
WHEREAS, Wok M. Rampley has applied to mo fcr
Letters of Administration on tho Estate of John
R. Clark, deceased :
Thcsoare therefore to cite and admonish all and
singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased
tobcaud appear at my office on Saturday, the
3d of February, I860, to show cause, if"any they
can, why sai l Administration should not be grast*
ed. ? 11 ERBEUT HAMMOND, o.jud.
Jan 20, 186G 32 3
_:_:_,_i_!_.
STATE OF SOOTH CAROLINA.
ANDERSON DISTRICT.
WHEREAS, T. J. Clcmsen has applied to mo
fur Letters of Administration on tho Estate of
Cornelia Culhoun, deceased :
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and'
singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased
io be and appear at my office on the 6th day of
February, 1860, to show cause, if any they eon,
why said Administration should not be granted.
HERBERT HAMMOND, =0.a.D.
Jan2$;13C6 32 3
M APES'
NITROGENIZED
Phosphate of Lime
BY putting on two hundred pounds per acre it
will increase the quantity of Cotton three hundred
pounds or more. This Fertilizer contains all the
properties of barnyard manure, and improves the
land.
Send your orders immediately in order to key
them in time for planting.
Send for a Circular. Sold at Factory prices, bjr
the ndditiou of-the.freight.
EL W. KINSMAN,
NO. 279 KING STREET,. SOLE AGENT.
Jan 25, 186G 32. 3
Gr, H. WALTER &13?J,
EECEIYING
"and
FORWABDING AGENTS.
WILL establish themselves at Colunbio, S. C, on
the completion of the South Carolisa Railroad to
that point, when they will bo happy to serve their
old friends and patrons. Thankfil for past fa?
vors, they will endeavor, by prompt attention to
the interests of their customers to merit a contin?
uance. Liberal advances will bp nude on.consiga-.
mcnis to their friends in Charleston, New York
and Liverpool.
Jan 18, 1866 31 4
Hillsl>bro, IV. C,
MILITARY ACADEMY.
THE Sixteenth Session (Five Morths) of this
Academy will begin on Monday, the first day of
January, I860. Circulars furnished on applies^
tion to J. B. WHITE,
Superintendent.
Jan 1, 1806 29 5
?gf" The Ncwbcrry Herald, Edgefitld Advert! :
ser and Anderson Iutclligencor insert jive times,
and forward bill to Superintendent.
PEIVATE FEMALE SCHOOL.
THE Exercises of the Misses PEROINEAU'S
SCHOOL will bo resumed on Thursday, February
1st, 1866, by the subscriber.
TERMS:
English Branches, - - $7 pel quarter.
English and French, - - . $11 * "
ANNA C. PERONNEAH.
Jan. 11, 1866 80 3
NOTICE.
ALL persons indebted to Wm. Shernrd, deceased,
will please make payment immediately, and those ;
having claims against the estate will present thoir
demands properly attested.
T. A. & D. J. SHE?-ID.
Jan 11,1506 ' 80

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