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THE
NEW YORK NEWS.
Y, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY
THE NEW YORK
WEEKLY AND SJESMI-WEEKTY NEWS
, ? GREAT ?
FA3kJLELY NEWSPAPER:
BENJAMIN WOOD, - Iditor and Propriotor.
?i Journals of Politics, Literature, Fashions, Mar?
ket and Financial Reports, Interest iag Miscella
ny, and News l'roin
ALL PARTS OF TEE WORLD.
IMPROVEMENTS INTRODUCED.
Immense Circulation Determined On I
THE LARG?ST, BEST, AND CHEAPEST PA?
PERS PUBLISHED. IN NEW YORK.
new york weekly news,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
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One Copy, one year, $2 00
Tlfcree Copies, cue yer.r, 6 59
-FivoCopfcsi one year, 8 75
Ten Copies, one year, 17 00
?And an extra copy to any Clubof Tea.
Twenty Copies, one year, 30 00
The weekly News is sent to Clergymen at 1 60
semi-weekly news,
PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AXD FRIDAYS.
Single Copies,.one year, $4 00
Three Copies, one year, 10 00
Five Copies, one year, 15 00
Ten Copies, one yearv 30 00
?And an extra copy to any Club of Ten.
Twenty Copies, one year, 555 00
To Clergyman, 8 00
new york daily news.
To Mail Subscribers, $10 per annum.
.Six Months, Five Dollars.
FOR SALE BY ALL WSDEALERS.
Specimen copies of Daily aad Weekly News
sent free. Address,"
BENJ. WOOD,
Daily News Bulding, q
No. 19, City Hall Square, *
New York City.
Jan 18,186(3 81
Dr. ROBT. A HARRIS,
on Dentist,
IVILi tra"vtil and practice through the District of |
Anderson, nnd solicits a share of patronage. lie
lias permission to refer to the following gentle?
men: Dr. M. B. Earle, Dr. J. H. Dean, Col. R.
P. Goodlett and CoL W. A. Townes, Greenville,
C. H., S. C.
.A. Card.
The undersigned would respectfully recommend
R. A Harris, Surgeon Dentist, to the citizens of
Anderson District, lia he spent four years wish me
prior to the war, in the study and practice of Den?
tistry. JDHN ANDERSON,
Surgeon Dentist,
Greenville C. H., S. C.
Jan 18. 1866 31 8m
Medical Gard.
Drs. . "W. & G.JW. EARLE,
HAVE this day resumed the duties of their pro?
fession, having formed a copartnership, now offer
their services to thc-comrnunity at large, and will
attend punctually (night or day) to all calls, as
they intend to devote their entire attention to the
profession. Will keep constantly ou hand a full
and general stack of
Medicines,
Chemicals, ?&c
They trill always be found at their office, unless
when professionally absent.
Slab Town, S. C.
Jan 11, 1S66 - SO 8
Ladies' Dress Trimmings.
THE undersigned has just opened an assortment
of Ladies' Dress and Fancy Trimmings, Buttons,
Fringes, Galloon's and other Ribbons, Hooks and
Eyes, French Cotton, Sewing Silk, and a variety
of other articles, to which he invites the
attention of ladies.
My Store is No. 8, Brick Range, recently occu?
lted by Mr. W. D. Williams.
JULIUS POPPE.
Dec 21, 1865 27
leather! leather!!
THE undersigned informs the community that his
TANYARD, one mile from tlte village, is still in
operation. Hides will be tanned for money, or
shares. Bark also received in payment. The
highest prices paid for Hides, green or dry, in
specie or greenbacks.
S. BROWN, Jr.
Dec 7, 1805 25 3m
J. SCOTT MURRAY,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in -Equity,
Anderson C. Ii., Si C.
ALL business intrusted to his care will receive
prompt attention. Office in the rooms formerly
occupied as the Enrolling Office.
Jan 11, 1806 30
Pendleton Male Academy
TniS ACADEMY will be opened again, February
-5, 1SCG. The rates of Tuition, computed in spe?
cie, will be $7.50, $12.50 and $15 per session of
twenty-one weeks.
Board can be had in good families at a reason?
able prico. W. J. LIGON,
Principal.
. Jan 18, 1866 81 4*
The Southern Guardian
I PROPOSE to revive the publication of this jour?
nal, at Columbia, S. C, as soon as mail commu
cations have been restored, and the necessary ar?
rangements can be made.
CHARLES P. PELHAM.
Newspapers in this State and elsewhere
will oblige roc by extending this notice.
Dec 7, 1805 25
wanted.
AN active colored boy, 12 or 14 years of age, for
the present year. Apply at this office.
January 11, 1866
FEMALE AGADEMJ
AT
JOHNSON UNIVERSITY,
ANDERSON C. 27., S. C. 1
A FEMALE ACADEMY, of high grade, will be
opeuod at the Johnson University Building, on
MONDAY, 15th JANUARY, I860, under the
charge of the following instructors :
Principal.?Tuoaias Hall,. A- M.
Assistant.?Miss Sallie Y. Robinson, of Pen
diet on. '
Instructress in Vocal and Instrumental Music.?
Madame A. N. Pixiaxo.
The Scholastic Year will be divided into two
sessions of ttcenty weeks each.
Young" Ladies and Misses entrusted to our care
will be faithfully and thoroughly tanght in all the
branches of a solid English education, as well as
in French, the Languages, and in Music.
Miss Ror.txso.v comes with the very highest re?
commendations fromherformerinstrjiclors, Messrs.
Kennedy and Hillhouse; while Madam Pixki.no
is Coo well known as a finished performer to need
further commendation.
The patronaae of the Village and of the Dis?
trict is respectfully solicited. Good Board may
be had at from ?10 to $12 per month, (specie
rdtes,) payable in provisions, exclusive of wash?
ing and lights.
Small Boi/$, tinder ten years of age, mil be receiv?
ed into this school.
For circulars and rates of Tuition, apply to
THOMAS HALL,
Principal.
Dec 14, 18G5 2G 0
YOB. KVILL E '
FEMALE SEMINARY;'
THE Exercises of this Institution will begin, D.
V., the First Monday of February.
A commodious Building has been secured, both
for teaching and boarding purposes.
Mrs. N. W. Thornwcll will take charge of the
Boarding Department.
Due attention will bo given to Music and French.
Board and Tuition, per session, $90 in Specie,
or its equivalent.
Day Scholars, at'$11, $16 and ?21.
Promising to devote their best energies to their
work, the Principals would solicit a liberal patron ?
age.
Circulars, giving full particulars, will be fur?
nished on application to Dr. Adger, Columbia ;
Rev. J. D. White, Chester; Rev. J. N. Craig, Lan?
caster ; Rov. W. E. Boggs, Winnsboro; Dr. Ward
law, Abbeville ; Col. F. E. Harrison, Anderson;
Rev. A. W. Miller, Charlotte, N. C; Rev. Wm.
Brown, Richmond, Va.; H. G. Witherspoon,
Mayesriile, S. C; General W. H. Wallace, Union,
S. C, or to
Rev. J. MONROE ANDERSON, l p . . ,? I
Rev. R. B. ANDERSON. / 1 nnc'lm**\
The Lancaster Ledger, Chester Standard,
Columbia Phoenix, South Carolinian, Sunitcr
Watchman, Abbeville Banner, Anderson Intelli?
gencer, Southern Presbyterian and North Caroli?
na Presbytorian, will each publish*thrcc times and
foaward bills to this Office for payment.
Jan 11, 1866 .30 3
-.
New Drug Establishment.
-c-1
W. a NARDIN & CO.,
HAVE just opened a well selected stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
DYE STUFFS, PAINTS,
OILS, CHEMICALS,
WINDOW GLASS, &c, Sc.
ALSO,
Fancy Articles,
Perfumery, Toilet Soaps,
Huir and Tooth Brushes,
Ohcwiug Tobacco and Cigars,
Hosteltcr's Bitters, Drakes Plantation Bitters,
Wines and Brandies for medicinal purposes,
And a general assortment of articles usually found
in a Drug Store.
JJ?J- Physicians' prescriptions oarcfully com?
pounded. W. H. NARDIN k CO.,
No. 7, Brick Range,
Anderson, S. C.
Dec 21, 18C5 27
Dr. W. H. NARDIN
HAS resumed the practice of Medicine. Offict
at the Drug Store.
Anderson, Jau. 4, 1866 29 3m
?Just Received fi-om IV. Yorlc
ONE DOLLAR each, in specie or its equivalent,
Breast Pins, Ear Rings, Ear Drops,. Box and Glass,
Breast Pins for Likenesses, Diamond Pointed Pins
and cases, Finger Ring?, Medallions, &c.
For one dollar in currency, a pair of fine Plated
Spectacles with morocco case.
Merchants and other Pipes from 73 cts. to $20.
Best Italian Violin, Guitar and Banjo Strings.
Metal Spectacle Cases and Spectacles- of all
kinds?Gold, Silver and SteeL
Glasses fitted to Spectacles to suit all eyes.
A lot of Fancy Articles, &c.
At wholesale and retail, Watch Glasses, Main?
springs and Watch Materials, and Watch Keys.
Pure gold Engagement Rings.
Watches and Clocks repaired, and warranted for
twelve months.
Jewelry and Musical Works repaired in the
most approved manner.
Just received from New York, Wheeler & Wil?
son's Sewing Machine, the latest patent, including
gauges, hemmer, braider. &c, for $100 in cur?
rency.
ky
?Light Pictures,
AMBROTYl'ES, any kind of weather, for two
dollars, in case complete.
Ferrotypes or Card Pictures, $1 eaoh.
Children double price, unless of sufficient age
to secure the likeness without repetition. .
All kind of Pictures taken and copied as above,
atfow prices to suit the times, by
F. C. v. BORSTEL,
No. 4, Brick Range.
B?"* Tush the green glass doors, in cold weath?
er.
Dec 14, 1865 26
S. BROWN, JR.,
INFORMS the public generally that he hns just
received, direct from New York and Charleston, a
large and general Stock of Goods, consisting of
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
He deems it useless* to enumcrato his present
Stock, and thinks it sufficient to announce that in
every respect the supply now receiving is equal to
any kept by him prior to the war. Inviting an
examination from former customers, aud all other
buyers, he feels confident that he will be able to
render satisfaction either in quality, style or prices.
Country Produce, such as Corn, Peas, Cotton,
Bacon, Lard. &c, takun in oxchaugc for Goods.
I will at all times pay the highest market price for
Cotton, either loose or packed, aud in money or
merchandize.
I will be found at tho Old Stand, No. 10, Gran?
ite Row. S. BROWN, Jr.
Dec 7, 18C5 25 3m
W. K. HAEEIS,
WATCHMAKER,
HAS PERMANENTLY LOCATED at Anderson,
and gives his entire attention to the Repairing of
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Of every description.
All work on Watches aud Clocks warranted for
twelve months.
Remember the place?two doors west from
the Post Office, MASONIC BUILDING.
Jau 11, I860 30
CHARLESTON ADVERTISEMENTS.
DRY GOODS
AT THE
CHARLESTON HOUSE,
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
Bancroft's Old Stand,
287 King-st, 3 Doors below Wentworlli.
WE hare now opened and on hand a very large
well assorted stock of
DRY GOODS,
which wo offer at Wholesale ana* Retail.
Havmg had long experience in the Dry Goods
business before the war, we know just what goods
arc most needed by planters and consumers gene?
rally, and will always keep on hand a fall stock of |
planters goods of every kind. ?
We keep our stock constantly replenished by
every steamer with the most attractive styles.
We respectfully invite planters, merchants and
consumers generally to call and examine our
stock before purohasing elsewhere, which consists
in part of ,
Blankets, Plains, Kerseys, Osnaburgs, Brown
Shirting, Bleached Shirting, Long Cloths, Fine Sea
Island Brown Shirting, Irish Linens, Calicoes,
Ginghams, Cambricks.
DRESS GOODS.
Mcrinocs, DeLainea, poplins, Col'd Alpaccas,
Fig'd Poplins, Black Silks, Bombazines, Black Al?
paccas, Crape Cloths.
Together, with every variety to be found in our
line, which we offer at the lowest cash prices.
H. c. Stoll, Charleston,
CuAm.es Wkbb, " STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
H. C. Walkeb, m No. 287 King-sL,
3 doors below Wentworth,
Charleston, S. C
Jan 18, I860 . 31
D. F. FLEMING & CO,
Wholesale Dealers
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, &c.,
2 Hayne-street,
Charleston, S, C,
Having Resumed Business
At their Old Stand, 2 Hayne-street, corner of
Church-street, arc now receiving a well assorted
stock of
BOOTS,
SHOES,
TRUNKS &C,
Which will be sold at the lowest market price.
The patronage of former friends and the public
is respectfully solicited.
D. ^FLEMING,
SaJFl. A. NELSON.
JAS. M. WILSON.
Jan 4, 1800 29
HART & CO.,
IIABDW RE M ERCH.A NTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
OFFER FOR SALE AT THEIR OLD STAND
Corner King und Korket Streets,
GUNS, Revolvers. Shot and Powder,
"Hoe's" Circular Saws, 8 to 10 inch,
Agricultural Implements,
Bar Iron and Steel,
?Metals of all kinds,
Building Materials,
Tin and Woodwarc,
Housekeeping Articles,
Ilolloware of all kinds,
Turpentine and Coopers Tools,
Brass and Iron Wtfro Cloth,
Bolting Cloth, (anchor brand,)
Mill Rocks, 18 to 40 inch,
Mill Irons,
Silver Plated Goods,
Hubbs, Spokes, Axles, Springs,
And a large variety of other Goods, at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Dec 14, 1805 26 3m
NORTH, STEEL & WARDELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
MlB8Y ?!???>
SMioncrjr, |)trfomerjr, Cutlery,
Hosiery, Furnishing Goods,
Sec.
Wo. 167, Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. B. STEELE, C. C. NORTH,
A. W WARDELL, Jr., New York.
Nov 10, 18Go 22
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN & CO.,
FORMERLY HAYDEN & WHILDEN,
255 King St., Corner of Beanfaine St.,
CHARLESTON, SO. CA.,
HAS opened a complete stock of HOUSE FUR?
NISHING articles, Crockery and China, Glass
are.
Plated Goods, of every variety, Clocks, Watch?
es and Jewelry, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Buck?
ets and Brooms.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
Old Gold and Silver purchased.
Orders promptly tilled and forwarded.
Jan 18, 1SGG 31 1m
HOLMES & STONY,
Commission Merchants,
Boycc & CVs Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jan 4, 18GG 29 3m*
MILLS HOUSE,
Meeting Street,
Gliarlestoii, S. O.
THIS HOUSE has been thoroughly repaired and
refurnished, and cannot be excelled by any in the
city. JOSEPH PURCELL,
Proprietor.
Jan 11, 18G6 30
JOHN KING & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors and Cigars,
Crockery, Hollow Ware and Glass Ware,
2000 Sacks Liverpool Salt to arrive,
NO. 88, HAZEL STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Nov 16, 18G5 22 3in
PROSPECTUS
OF THE
SOUTH CAROLINA BAPTIST.
THE undersigned has determined early in Janua?
ry, 18GG, to commence the publication of a weekly
Religious Journal, at Anderson C. H., S. C, to be
entitled THE SOUTH CAROLINA BAPTIST.
It will be the first great aim of THE SOUTH
CAROLINA BAPTIST to convey the general news
i in relation to the Denomination at large, thereby
j rendering it an interesting and attractive compan?
ion in every Baptist family. No expense or effort
will be spared to secure the earliest and most reli?
able information of the important and interesting
workings of Baptist Churches in general, together
with the operation of our Missionary Boards, and
every benevolent institution and enterprise of the
day.
Therefore, while THE SOUTH CAROLINA
BAPTIST will be strictly Denominational, "ear?
nestly contending for the faith once delivered to
the Saints," zealously contending for the Truth,
and combatting en or and superstitution in every
form in which they present themselves, yet these
opinions will be expressed with that kindness and
affection becoming a professed Christian.
The columns of the paper will also be oponed
to those who may disagree with the opinions ex?
pressed.
As this will be, perhaps, the only paper taken
by many in this community?visiting, it may be,
the humble abodes of some unable to tako others,
it is deemed proper and important, in judiciously j
arranged columns, to give all the important local,
political and literary news of the day, rendering it, J
in every sense, a family paper.
The paper will be of medium size, well printed, j
having the benefit of superior materials, and the J
ontire office management being under the immcdi
ate superintendence of experienced printers.
The necessary capital to start this enterprise I
having been secured in advance; the services of
some of our ablest brethren, in this and other
States, pledged as contributors and corresponding
Editors, and all the necessary arrangements having
been deliberately made with reference to stability
and good faith, all who may feel inclined to favor j
the enterprise may confidently subscribe, and re?
mit advance payments, assured that there wiU bo j
no disappointment.
The Editor, having been partially disqualified
for the arduous duties of the Pulpit, by four long
years of hardship, exposure and service in our
country's cause, feels impelled to resort to this as I
a means by which, under the blessing of Provi?
dence, he may assist in rebuilding the waste places
of Zion.
The mails will be in regular operation again by
the time of the publication of the paper, and this
being the first enterprise of the character ever es?
tablished in Anderson, he hopes-ftf secure prompt,
ly the aid and co-operatton of all who love the
Lord.
Terms for One Tear, invariably in advance.?Two
Dollars in Specie, or Three Dollars in Currency.
Ministers of the Gospel, Post Masters, and oth?
ers who will aid, are authorized to receive and for?
ward subscriptions. Address,
W. E. WALTERS, Editor,
Anderson, S. C.
Nov 80. 1865 24
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ANDERSON DISTRICT.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
WHEREAS, tho Administrator of the Estate of
William McConiel, deceased, having filed his peti- J
tion in my office, praying that a final settlement of 1
the estate of the said deceased may be had, and it
appearing to my satisfaction that Charles .cCon
iel, William McConiel, Allen McConiel, Margaret
Harris, heirs of Daniel McConiel, heirs of John
McConiel, (number and names unknown,) heirs at
law of the said deceased, reside without the limits
of this State.
It is therctoro ordered that they appear in tho
Court of Ordinary to be holden for Anderson Di?- I
trict, at Anderson Court House, on the First Mon?
day in February next, to show cause, if any they
can, .why they shall not be charged with advance?
ments, and decrco in settlement made, or their
consent to the same will be entered of record.
HERBERT HAMMOND, o.A.n.
Oct. 81, 1865 20 8m
Xlio State of South. Carolina.
ANDERSON DISTRICT.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
J. M. Herring, Applicant, vs. Francis A Herring
aud others, Defendants.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that John Tilly
and wife, Sarah Tilly, heirs of Jesse M. Herring,
number and names unknown, and Francis A. Her?
ring, all reside without this State:
It is therefore ordered that they do appear and
object to the sale or division of the real estate of
Mary Herring, deceased, on or before the 9th day
of February next, or their conseut to the same will
be entered of record.
HERBERT HAMMOND, o.A.n.
Nov 7, 1865 21 8m
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ANDERSON DISTRICT.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
S. L .W. Elrod, Applicant, vs. Elizabeth Elrod and
others, Defendants.
IT appearing to ray satisfaction that William A. j
Elrod, A. Graham and wife Susannah Graham, I
and heirs of Adam Elrod, dee'd, reside without
the limits of this State. It is therefore ordered
that they do appear and object to the division or
sale of the real estate of G. Griffin Elrod, dee'd,
on or before the First Monday in April next, or
I their consent to tho same will be entered of record.
HERBERT HAMMOND, o.A.n.
Jan. 2, 1866 29- 3m I
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ANDERSON DISTRICT.
IN THE COURT OP ORDINARY. I
Cornelius II. Brown, Applicant, vs. Charles B.
Brown and others, Defendants.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that James Moore
and wife, Lucinda Moore, John Watson and wife,
Malinda Watson, and Hardy Brown, legal heirs of
tho said deceased, all reside beyond the limits of
this State. It is therefore ordered that they do
appear and object to the sale or division of tho re?
nt estate of Sarah Brown, deceased, on or before'
the 10th day of April next, or their consent to tho
same will be entered of record.
HERBERT HAMMOND, o.A.n.
Jan 9, I860 30 3m
Just Received.
BROWN & SMITH have just received an exten?
sive and well-selected lot of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
To which they invite the attention of buyers.
OVEHCOATS,
BUSINESS COATS,
PANTALOONS, &c, &c.
If y a want neat and comfortable Clothing, at
the most reasonable priccs.ggive this stock an in?
spection.
BROWN & SMITH,
No. 12, Granite Row.
Dec 21, 18G5 27
ELFORD'S INTERNAL REV
ENUE GUIDE
For sale by
GEO. W. FANT,
Post Office.
Dec 14, 1865_26_
Rags "Wanted.
TEN THOUSAND POUNDS of clean
KAGS wanted, for which the highest
price will be paid in cash or goods.
_BEWLEY, KEESE & CO.
Blue Rldgre 14. JR..
THE following Schedule will be observed on this
Road until further notice :
Leave Walhalla on Tuedays, Thursday.* an(j
Saturdays, at 11 o'clock A. M.
Leave Anderson on same day^ upon arrival of
the Greenville train.
W. H. D, GAILLARD, Sup't.
I OctlO, 1865 18 ??"?*??
PROCLAMATION
TO THE
Ladies and Gentlemen
of
ANDERSON Sc VICINITY.
Your Attention is Respectfully Called
to the
Large and Varied Assortment
op
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
No. 1, Granite Bow,
CONSISTING OF
Calicoes,
DeLaines
Merinoes, Alpacas,
Black Bombazine,
Fine Alpacas,
Flannels, white, colored and rod,
Veiling, blue, green and brown,
Jaconets,
Muslins,
Lawns,
Brilliants,
Cambrics, all colors,
Ginghams,
Shirt Linen,
Hand kerchiefs, silk, cotton andging
' hams,
Canton Flannel, bleached and un?
bleached,
Ticking, Toweling, &c,
Ilomespuns, Sea Island,
do do do bleached,
Cassimere.3 for Pants,
Broadcloths,
Hoop Skirts, all sizes,
Ladies' and Gents' Gloves,
Balmoral Skirts,
Balmoral Hose,
White Hose, Half Hose.
Brown and Colored Hose,
Hoods, all kinds,
Basques,
Fancy and Common Hair Combs,
. Leather and Silk Belts,
Belt Buckles,
Scarfs, assortment,
Ladies' and Gents' Collars,
Needles, Pins and Hair Pins,
Coat, Pants and Vost Buttons,
Childrcns' Fancy Hose,
Hair and Tooth Brushes,
Clothes do,
Flax Thread,
Spool do colored,
do do white,
ALSO,
an extra assortment of
CLOTHING,
Coats, Vests,
Pant, Overshirts,
Undershirts, Drawers,
White and Colored Shirts,
Linen and Papel' Collars,
Neck Ties, &c
PEEPUMERY.
Cologne, Lubins' Extracts,
Hair Oil, Musks,
Fancy Toilet Soaps,
Brown Windsor do,
JPomadcs, Toilet Boxes.
an extensive stock of
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
Boots, of every quality,
Mens' Shoe?, of all sizes,
Balmoral Shoes,
Ladies' Shoes, latest styles,
Hats, of every description,
Caps, Fur, Cloth, &c.
a beautiful assortment op
Bonnets, Caps, Rockies,
Ostrich Plumes, Teathcrs,
French Flowers,
Laces and Eibbons of every variety.
Millenery Work done on tnl shortest
notice, and latest style.
CROCKERY.
Plates, Steak Dishes,
Ewers and Basins,
Water and Molasses Pitchers,
Cups and Saucors,
Tumblers, Wine Glasses,
Chambers, &c.
CONFECTIONERY.
Candies, French,
do Stick
Nuts, Eaisins, <fcc.
ALSO,
A LARGE STOCK OF TOYS FOR
CHRISTMAS.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Wool and Cotton Cards,
Nails, Nos. 6,8 and 10,
Knives, Razors and Straps,
Spectacles and Cases,
Knives, Forks, Spoons,
Tubs, Brooms, Sifters,
Carpets Bags, Umbrellas,
Ink, Pens, Paper, &c.
* Blacking and Brushes,
Pockets Books,
Looking Glasses, all sizes,
GROCERIES.
Tea, green and black, Coffee and Su
far, Soda, Soap, Pickles, Candles, Cheese,
[ackerel, Cigars, Tobacco, Sardines,
Crackers, Spice, Pepper, Matches', Starch,
Snuffs, Scotch and Mackaboy, Fine Cut
Chewing Tobacco, Condensed Lye.
My Stock was selected with great
care in the North, when cotton goods
were on the decline. By such advantage,
I can sell at least two fer cent, cheap?
er than any other honse in the up coun?
try. .Give me a call.
G. SCHWARZ,
No. 1, Granite Rov.
_27 _6m
* G. F, TOLLY,
INFORMb he public ?j&j he is pi,;pared to exe?
cute all work m hi- lino, at the shortest notice and
in tnc most wo- Himanlikc manne:-. a share of pat?
ronage spbsiigA,
His S,abp is on McDuflie Street, first door North
?* '.jwer Railroad Bridge.
Dec 21, 18?5 _27_8m
Lig-ra-ine Lamps .and Fluid!
A new invention, and the cheapest light now be?
fore the public. For sale by
W. H. NARDIN & CO.,
No. 7 Brick Range.
Dec 28, 1365 28
LAME STOCK
OF*
iSTETW GOODS!!
Sharps & Fant
IIAVE just opened an exteiLV? Stock of new and
elegant Goods, to which they u?rite the attention
of the public genorally. It comprises in P*rt as
follows: .
Merinoes, DeLaines,
Alpacas, Flannels,
Calicoes of the best style,
. Shawls, Cloaks, Scarfs,
Ladies' Collars and Cuffs,
; Merino Undervesta, Oensets,
Hoop Skirts, Hosiery, Gloves, Veils,
Hats and Twilights,
Ribbons, Piuroes,
Cloak and Dress Trimmings, &c.
Gents1 Furnishing Goods.
BroadckjjtejLCassiinfireSs
? Satin ela/JeHS,
Hats of the latest styles,
Gloves and Socks',
Drawers and Underskirts,
Linen Bosoms,
Linen and Paper Collars,
Cravats and Suspenders.
Ladies' and Gents* Boots & Shoei,
LARGE ASSORTMENT.
Bleached and Unbleached Shirtings,
Ladies' and Gents' Handkerchiefs,
Combs, Brushes,
Perfumery, Soaps of ail kinds.
An assortment of Jewelry,
Ladies' Satchels and Reticules,
Buttons, Thread, Pins, Needles,
HARD WARD, CUTLERY, &C.
Setts Knives and Forks,
. Pocket and Shoe Knives,
Cotton Cards, Curry Combs,
Table and Tea Spoons,
Candle Sticks,
Spades and .Axes,
Butts, Screws, Padlocks,
Rim Locks, Stirrups, Bridlo Bitta,
Coffee Mills, Tacks,
Files, Shoe Pincers,
Razors, Scissors, &c.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
GROCERIES,
Bagging, Rope sad Twine,
Coffee, Teas, Sugar, Salt, Can dies.
Cheese, Pepper, Spice, Ginger,
Soda, Mustard, &c.
ALSO,
Horse and Shoe Brushes,
Blacking, Ink, Pens and Pen Holders,
Slates and Pencils,
Lead Pencils, Gun Caps, &c.
STATIONERY.
Letter and Cap Paper,
Envelopes, large and small.
SCHOOL BOOKS,
A Select and Cheap Assortment
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco,
Pipes, Meerchaum and Briar Root.
SADDLES, BRIDLES, &C.
Sole and Upper Leather,
And in fact everything usually found in a Retail
Establishment of this kind.
The attention of buyers is invited to our new
Stock, as we feel confident that we can soil as
cheap as the cheapest.
Ootton and Coixtxtiy Produoo
Taken in exchango for merchandize. The higaut
market price paid for Cotton at all times, in Spe?
cie or Currency.
S HARPE & FANT,
No, 7, Granite Row.
Dec 14, 1865 ? 2?
New Establishment !
NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED! 1
A. P. HUBBARD
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends, and the
public generally, that he has just opened a nsw
and
VARIED STOCK OF GOODS,
Which he offers to sell at the lowest living prices.
His stock comprises, in part, as follows :
Cigars, Tobaccot
Ale, Porter,
Old Bourbon Whiskey,
Rye and Corn Whiskey,
Smoking Tobacco,
Candies, of every variety,
Pure Cocoa,
Lubins' Extracts. Pomades,
India Rubber Hair Pins,
Ladies Shoes,
Ladies' Puff Boxes,
Fine Combs,.Thimbles, &c,
Toilet Soaps,
Candles, Starch, Soda,
Sngar and Coffee,
Sardines. Oysters,
Salmon, Herrings,
SahV, Mackerel, &c, &c,
And in tact a complete assortment of such artiolea
as are usually found for sale in a Family Greotry
Establishment.
A P. HUBBARD,
Corner Anderson Hotel Building.
Dec 7, 1865 25
REMOVAL !
W. H. CATER.
Druggist and Apothecary,
ANDERSON, S. 0.,
HAS removed to the Northeast corner of the Pub?
lic Square in the store occupied by C. Mathewes,
(old stand of Evins & Hubbard,) and invHes tho
attention of the community to his Stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, DYE STUFFS,
PAINTS, OILS, &C,
PERFUMERY & FANCY ARTICLES,
And other articles too numerous to mention.. The
best an<I purest quality of Goods kept constantly
on, band, at small advances on cost.
fltfg- Physicians prescrip..ons carefully com?
pounded and strict retention given to all crdeiF.
A share of patronvge is. ? ??g
N. E. Comer Public Square. '
Dec 11,1865 2Q-_
Fire and Life Insurance Agency.
THE UNDERWRITERS' POLICY OF INSU?
RANCE, issued by the Germania, HanoTer, Niaga-:
ra and Republic Fire Insurance Companies af the
City of New York.
Tho Globe Mutual Life Insurance Company,
New England Mutual Life Insurance Company.
New York Accidental Insurance Company.
A B. TOWERS, Ageni,
Anderson C. H., S. C.
Nov 9, 1865 21

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