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The Anderson intelligencer. (Anderson Court House, S.C.) 1860-1914, October 25, 1866, Image 3

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COTTON FACTORS
axo
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
118 East Bay,
Charleston, S. O.
HENRY L. JEFFERS. WM. H. JEFFERS.
HAVING resumed the Cotton Factorage and Com?
mission Business, carried on befere the war by
Cothran, Jeffers & Co., we hope, by energy, and
careful attention to the interest of our friends, to
merit a continuance of their patronage.
Charleston, S. C, Sept. 1, 1866. 19
FOR PALATKA,
Fernfindina, Jacksonville and all
the Landings on the St.
John's River.
VIA
SAVAIVISAII, OA;
THE SPLENDID STEAM SHIP
DICTATOR,
(1,000 TONS BURTHEN,)
C?a^>ta.in Louis M. Coxctter,
ON and after the 26th October, this Fine Ship will
sail from Southern Wharf, every Friday Night, at
10 o'clock, for the above places.
All Freight must be paid here by shippers.
For freight or Passage, apply on board or to
Office of the Agency, 17 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
J. D. AIKEN & CO., Agents.
Oct 25, 1866 19
OFFICE A. A. a. M.,
ANDERSON, S. C, October 16th, 1866.
SEALED PROPOSALS for furnishing the under?
signed with ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY CURDS
of good, merchantable) hard WOOD, will be re?
ceived at his office until 12 o'clock m. of the 31st
insL The wood to be delivered and corded at
Anderson, S. C, in such place as may be designa?
ted, between the 1st of November, 1866, and the
20th of November, 1866.
Proposals must state clearly the kind of wood it
is desired to furnished, and be addressed to the
undersigned at Anderson, S. C, endorsed^ "Pro?
posals for furnishing wood."
Unreasonable bids will be rejected.
CHAS. F. LOS HE,
2nd Lieut. 8th U. S. Infy,
A. A. Q. M,
Oct, 18,1866 18 2
-?.iaction Sales.
Administrator's Sale.
WILL be sold on Wednesday, the last day of Octo
tober, (31st.,) at the residence of William McCon
nel, deceased, a quantity of
Corn, Fodder Wheat,
Cotton in Seed.
Terms made known on day of sale.
REUBEN BURRISS, Administrator.
Oct. 18, 1866 18 2
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
BY permission of the Court of Ordinary, I will
sell to the highest bidder, at. Andcrsonville, in the
fork of Tugaloo and Seneca Rivers, on
Saturday, 30th of November next
The Real Estate of Archibald Bowman, deceased,
consisting of four I half acre Lois, lyiug in the
village of Andcrsonville, with one Dwelling House
and necessary outbuildings attached. Tho Lots
are situated together, and are sold for the benefit
of heirs and creditors of said deceased.
Terms, cash in curreucy.
WILLIAM J. DYER,
Adiu'r. with Will anuexed.
Oc: 11, 1866 17 4
Administrator's Sale.
THERE will be sold at the late residence of ROB?
ERT B. NORRIS, deceased, on
Tuesday, 30th day of October,
The following property, to wit:
Oue Mule, one Jack,
Hogs, Cattle,
Corn, Fodder,
Oats, Bacon,
Eight bales Cotton,
Wagons,
Farming Utensils,
And various other articles too numerous to men?
tion. Terms made known on day of sale.
A. 0. NORRIS,
Administrator with Will annexed.
JS'OTMCE.
ALL persons having demands against the Estate
of Robert B. Norris, deceased, will present them
" legally attested, and all indebted to said Estate
Will pay the same by day of sale.
A. 0. NORRIS,
Administrator with Will annexed.
Oct 18, 1866 18
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Anderson?In Equity.
William Armstrong aftd Baxter Hays, Administra?
tors, vs. J. J. Copeland, J. A. Cowan and heirs
at-law of John B. Armstrong, dee d.?Dill for
Division of Accounts, Relief, &c.
BY virtue of o Decretal Order from the Court of
Equity to me directed, I will offer for sale on Sale
?day in November next, that Tract or Lot of Land
bid off by John Rickets, at the sale of ihe Laud.
Of John B. Armstrong, deceased, and who failed
to comply with the terms of sale. ?
Terms of Sale?On a credit of twelve months,
with interest from day of sale?the purchaser to
give bond with two or more good and sufficient
sureties, and a mortgage of the premises to secure
the payment of the purchase money. Titles and
stamps to be paid for extra and in cash.
W. W. HUMPHREYS, c.e.a.o.
Commissioner's Office, Oct. 10, 1866 17
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
In Equity?Andorson.
Mra. Nelly II. Breazeale vs. Mat hew Breazeale,
Administrator, Henry N. Breazeale, S. H. Brea?
zeale, and others.?Bill for Partition of Lands,
&c.
BY virtue of a Decretal Order from the Court of
Equity, to me directed, I will offer for sale on Sale
day in November next, the several Tracts of Land
described in the proceedings of this case, as the
property of Williamson Breazeale, dee'd, to wit:
THE HOME PLACE, or Lot No. 1, containing
Two Hundred and Thirty-Seven Acres, more or
less, adjoining lands of D. K. Breazeale and Grif?
fin Breazeale. Appraised at S1871.
THE MILL TRACT, or Lot No. 2, containing
One Hundred and Forty-seven Acres, more or less,
appraised at $3500, adjoining lands of Elijah Grif?
fin and estate of E. W. Breazeale.
THE GAMBREL TRACT, or Lot No. 3, con?
taining One Hundred and Two Acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of John C Griffin and Griffin Brea?
zeale, and appraised at $5500.
Terms of Sale?On a credit of one, two and three
years", with interest from day of sale?purchasers
to give bond with at least two good and sufficient
sureties, and a mortgage of the premises to3ccure
the purchase money. Payment to be made in
three equal annual instalments, with interest on
the whole amount unpaid?except the costs of
these proceedings, which must be paid cash. Pro?
vided that the said Tracts shall not be sold for less
than the sums at which they were valued in the
return made to the Writ of Partition.
W. W. HUMPHREYS, c.e.a.d.
Commissioner's Office, Oct. 10> 18G6 17
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY virtue of various writs of Fiera Facias to mo
directed, I will expose to sale on Saleday in Novem?
ber next, before the Court House door at Anderson,
the following property, to wit:
One tract of land, containing two hundred acres,
more or less, situated in Anderson District, on wa?
ters of Hurricane Creek, adjoining lands of Wm.
Seawright, John Wigginton and others, levied on
as the property of George Stone, deceased, at the
suit of George N. Ballentinc.
One tract of land, containing one hundred and
twelve acres, more or less, bounded by lands of W.
W. Erskine, II. Jordan and others. Also, on Tues?
day, after Saleday, at defendant's residence, one
mule, ono Sow and four Shoats, one Buggy and
Harness, and one Cane-Grinder, levied on as the
property of A. Johnson, at the suit of J. D. Rogers.
One tract of land, containing one hundred and
forty-three acres, more or less, on waters of Broad
mouth Creek, adjoining lands of Wm. Mattison,
Ellis Mattison and others, levied on as the property
of Dr. J. G. Gant, at the suit of James M. Shirley
and others.
One tract of land, containing two hundred and
forty-three acres, more or less, situated eighteen
miles South of Anderson Court House, bounded by
lands of Jas. Spearman, D. J. Tucker and others.
Also, at defendant's residence, on Tuesday after
Saleday, 1 bay mare, 1 mare mule, 1 lot fodder, 1
lot wheat straw, 1 fan, 1 corn Shcller, 1 lot corn,
1 lot shucks, 1 cane-grinder, 3 head goals, 4 head
sheep, remains of old wngons, 1 two-horse wagon,
1 lot old plows, 1 lotjold irons, 1 log chain, 3 hhds.,
1 buggy and harness', 1 wheel-barrow, 1 slab, 4 ta?
bles, 2 chests, 2 desks, 1 lot books, 1 lot chairs, 1
lot cotton, in the seed, levied on as the property of
J. W. Beatty, at the suit of Lewis C. Clinkscales.
One Tract of Land, known as the Geer Tract,
containing about 373 acres, bounded by land of
Aaron Vandiver and others. Also, the Thompson
Tract, containing about 130 acres, bounded by
lands of Mrs. Rachel McFall, and others. Also,
the Tract known as the McFec place, containing
about 125 acres, bounded by lands of E. T. Coo
ley, Mrs. McFall and others. Also, the Tract
known as the Major's Place, containing about 109
acres, bounded by lands of Wiley Mitchell, estate
of Smith Major, and others; ami, also, the Home
Place of about 100 acres, whereon Defendant now
resides, levied on as the property of Thomas Geer,
at the suit of A. 0. Norris and others.
Also, on Tuesday after saleday, at the residence
of Defendant, one Ronn Mare and CoU, 1 colt 18
months old, 1 black mare, 3 cows and calves, six
fattening hogs, 1 sow and four shoats, 1 two-burse
wagon, 250 bushels Corn. 2,000 bundles Fodder, 1
lot shucks, 20 bushels peas, 1 barrel molasses, 1
lot seod cotton, 10 bushels wheat, 1 lot of oats, 1
scythe and cradle, 1 box tools, 2 spinning wheels,
1 loom, 1 lot cooking utensils, 1 cupboard, 1 large
wash pot, 1 set wagon harness, 2 sideboards, 3 bu?
reaus, 2 large tables, 1 small table, 3 feather beds,
4 bedsteads and furuilure, 1 mattress, 1 large chest,
1 pair steelyards, 1 pair andirons, 1 pair shovel
and tongs, I lot chairs, 1 clock, i lot water vessels,
levied on as the property of Thomas Geer, at the
suit of A. 0. Norris and others.
One Sorrel Horse, levied on a3 the property of
?J. W. Williams, deceased, at the suit of W. J.
Robins.
Terms C;.sh.
WM. McGUKIN, s.A.n.
Oct. 11, 18GG 17
ORDINARY'S SALE.
BY virtue of an order from Robert Junkin, Esq.,
Ordinary of Anderson District, I will expose to
sale, on Saledny in November next, before the Court
House door, at Anderson, the following property
to wit:
One Tract of Land, containing one hundred and
ninety one acres, more or less, situated in Anderson
District, c-n waters of Droadmouth Creek, adjoining
lands t)f Wm. (dimming?, H. Mulligan and others.
Also, Tract No. 2, containing one hundred and
eleven acres, more or less, adjoining Tract No. 1,
Abner Cox and others. Sold to make distribution
among the heirs at law of David Cutuuiings, de?
ceased.
Terms?On a credit of one and two years, with in?
terest from day of sale, the purchaser giving bond
with good security, with a mortgage of the premi?
ses, if deemed necessary, to the Ordinary, lor the
purchase money?except the cost, which will be re?
quired in cash.
ALSO,
One Tract oT Land, containing one hundred and
five acres, more or less, situated in Anderson Dis?
trict, on waters of Buckhorn Creek, bounded by
lands of Joshua Pruit and others. Sold as the
property of G. W. Darby, deceased, to make dis
tribuliou among the heirs at law of said deceased.
Terms?Cash?Specie or its equivalent.
ALSO,
One Tract of Land, containing ninety-five acres,
more or less, situated iu Anderson District, seven
miles east, of Anderson Court House, known as a
portion of the Major's Tract; Sold as the property
of G. W. Darby, deceased, to make distribution
among tbe heirs at law of said deceased;
Terms?On a credit of twelve months, with in?
terest from day of sale, the purchaser to giveboud
and good security, with a mortgage of tho premi?
ses, if deemed necessary, to the Ordinary?except
the cost, which Will be required in cash.
ALSO,
One Tract of Land, containing one hundred and
fifty-eight acres, more or less, situated in Ander?
son District, on waters of Twenty-Six Mile Creek,
adjoining lands of Mrs. McElroy; Thomas Dickson
and others, whereon C. H. Brown, deceased, for?
merly resided. Sold to make distribution among
the heirs at law of said deceased.
Terms?On a credit of twelve months, with in?
terest from day of sale, the perchaser to give bond
with good security, and a mortgage of the premi?
ses, if deemed necessary, to the Ordinary?except
the costs, which must be paid in cash.
ALSO,
One Tract of Land, containing one hundred and
sixty-eight acres, more or less, situated in Ander?
son District, on East branches of Twenty-Six Mile
Creek, adjoining lands of Lewis Prichett, Andrew
Major and others, whereon E. J McClurc, deceas?
ed, formerly resided. Sold to make distribution
among the heirs of law of said deceased.
Term?On a credit of twelve mouths, with in?
terest from day of sale, the purchaser to give bond
with good security, and a mortgage of tho premi?
ses, it' deemed necessary, to the Ordinary, lor the
[?urchaso money?the costs to be paid in cash.
ALSO,
One Tract of Land, containing three hundred
acres, more or less, situated in Anderson District,
on waters of Wilson's Creek, adjoining lands of
Jus. Adams, J. A. Howard ithd others, Whereon
Mrs. Sarah Burrise, deceased, formerly resided.
Sold to make distribution among the heirs or said
deceased.
Terms?On a credit of Twelve monlhs, with in?
terest from day of sale, the purchaser to giveboud
and good security, with a mortgage of the premi?
ses, if deemed necessary, to the Ordinary?cost to
be paid in cash.
WM McGUKIN, s.a.u.
Octll, I860 17 id
GENTLEMENS'
Clothing and Furnishing
bTOEE.
CLARlTXwfllTE
HAVE just returned from New York, and are re?
ceiving and opening the best and most fashionable
stock of Gentlemens' Furnishing Ooods ever
brought to this market. Our goods have been se?
lected with great care by an experienced Merchant
Tailor.
The Clothing Department comprises Cloths, from
S3.50 to $15 per yard ; Cassimercs, from 75 cts.
to $10; Ky. Jeans, from 50 cts. to SI.50; Vest
ings, a complete assortment; Shirts, of all quali?
ties ; Collars, linen and paper ; Neck Ties, Hosie?
ry, Scarfs, Suspenders, Combs and Brushes, to?
gether with a complete assortment of Tailoring
Trimmings. Childrens Patterns, 3 years old to 15.
The Ladies are invited to examine our Cloak
Cloths, consisting of Beavers, Casimeres and
Cloths, double width?prices from $3.50 to S10.
Cloaks cut and made to order in the latest styles.
Suits put up in the most approved styles, and
all work warranted. Cutting promptly attended
to by Mr. Clark.
J. B. CLARK,
T. M. WHITE.
Anderion Oct. 18, I860 18 J
GREAT SHOW AND TRAINED WILD AffllfflALS,
Look Out for the G-rand Procession!
Knights in Real Armor, Ladies in Regal Robes, Queen's
Carriage of State, the Mounted Zouaves, the Cornt-t Band,
Golden Chariot, Horses, Ponies and Mules, will be promi?
nently seen and admired, but the NOVEL FEATURE
^^^^ will be
TEE HOT Um E.ET IL(Q)?SE M TEE STREETS,
Taken from its cage by the intrepid HERR LENGELL,
walked over a platform and placed upon a car, and carried
in triumph!
The Golden Car of Orpheus, containing ECKHART'S
SILVER CORNET BAND?a Street Parade?gorgeous
to an extreme, unmistakeably indicative of the strength
and resources of
DM CA8TBU0'8 6RMT SHOW.
At Anderson C, H., Tuesday, October 30th,
Admission, 75 cents; Children under 12 years, 50 cents.
Separate Scats fur Colored Persons, 50 Cents.
The Manager, in announcing ihe commencement of the second annual Southern
tour of DAN CASTELLO'S GREAT SII0W? is pleased to be enabled to present
an array of artistic names comprising the very best talent in the world.
DAN CASTELLO,, the Original Conversationalist, will appear at each enter?
tainment, and introduce the only thoroughly trained horse in the universe.
13?RNELL RUNNELS, the embodiment of grace and style, wth his two pretty
and gifted boys, render a pleasing series of living pictures, which, lor case, excel?
lence and elegance, have never before been witnessed in America. This young
Southerner and his two little children constituted the leading attractions in the
principal theatres, hippodromes and circuses of the old world. Papers praised
them ; journalists endorsed them ; people pronounced them great.
The Bateuite Leaps Are specialities m the Great Show, and are given in a style
not attempted by cotemporary concerns^ During the execution of ihcse exercises,
Dan Castcllo will literally fly over a herd of horses !
Mr. E. Holloway, the Lightning Lcapcr; Mr. T. Watson, the Champion Rider
of the World; Mr. Horace P. Nichols, Ring Master, and many others.
WILL ALSO EXHIBIT AT
Greenville C. H., Monday, October 29th.
Abbeville C. H., Wednedday, Oct. 31st
Greenwood, Thursday, November 1st.
Newberry, Friday, Nov. 2d.
October 25, 18C0 19 1
A. B. TOWERS. MILFORD B?RRISS.
QUICK~SALES
And
SMALL PROFITS.
THE subscribers are now receiving a large
Stock of Groceries, Wooden Ware, &c, consisting
in part of the followihg articles :
Salt, Best Indigo and Madder,
Sugar, Pepper, Spice and Ginger,
Rio & Java CotFec, Pearl Starch,
Beat Golden Syrup, Pickles, Candy,
Mackerel, Raisins,
Cheese, Citron, Rice,
Soda, Butter & Sweet Crackers, Cider Vinegar,
Fine Green and Blk. Tea, Soda,
Bagging and Rope, Bacon,
Nails and Pot Ware, Lard,
Wooden Ware,
Extra, Fine Family Flour,
Blue Stone, Blacking,
Nutmegs and Cloves, Matches,
Sardines, Candles,
Kerosine Oil, Collins Axes,
Powder, Shot and Lead,
Very fine Chewing Tobacco,
And other articles too tedious to mention.
If yoii want anything in the Grocery or Provis?
ion line please give Us a call before buying. We
buy our goods for cash, and will sell LOW. for
CASH or country produce. WE CANNOT
SELL ON A CREDIT. Our Mr. Towers is well
known as a merchant, and asks his old friends and
the public generally to give them a chance to show
their goods, arid tell their prices. We charge
nothing for showing Our" goods.
? TOWERS & BURRISS,
No. 4 Granite Row.
Anderson, S. C:. Oct. 11, I860. 17?4
NEW FAJLL
And
WINTER GOODS!
J. E. & T. HARPER
ARE now receiving a large stock of Goods, com?
prising?
Ladies' Dress Goods,
DcLains, Debtges, Merinos;
Ginghams, Prints,
Jaconet and Swiss Muslins,
Shawls, Hosiery and Gloves,
Bleached & Brown Shirtings & Sheetings,
Flannels, Linseys, Jeans,
Satinets, Cloths, Caesimercs, &c,
Boots and Shoes.
These Goods h ave been selected by an experi?
enced merchant, and will be sold at very low prices
for cash or country produce.
J. E. & T. HARPER,
McCully's Corner;
Oct 4, 18GG6 IG
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ANDERSON DISTRICT.
WHEREAS, W. P. King has applied to me
for Letters of Administration on the Estate of
Solomon King, deceased :
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and
singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased
to be and appear at my ( ffice on Monday, the
29th of Oct., 18GG, to show cause, if any they can,
why said Administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand, and the seal of the Court of
Ordinary, this 13th day of October, A. D. 1866.
ROBERT JUNKIN, o.a.d.
Oct. 13, 1866 18 2
NOW IS THE TIME!
ip you want
A Fine Suit of Clothing
At Prices to suit the Times,
if you want to see
tiic best selected Stock of
DRY GOODS,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
HARDWARE AND GROCERIES,
call. at
m. ? ?MUTE 1?W3
And you will be pcrniitted to inspect the prettiest
lot of CALICOES, the most elegant DeLAINES,
in patterns, superior French and English MERI?
NOS, fine TOPLINS and ALPACCAS, Brown and
Dlcachcd SHIRTINGS, and everything else in the
line of Dry Goods.
Al6o, a splendid assdrlmcnt of Shoes and Hats,
all kinds of Groceries, ? full stock of Tanked No?
tions, and last but not least, the largest stock of
READY-MADE CLOTHING ever before offered in
this market, and prices all right. Call and look
through this stock before buying elsewhere.
Terms positively Cash.
M. LESSEE, Agent.
Oct. 4, 1806 16
?. H. RODGERS & GO,
FACTORS
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Charleston, s. C,
BEG to inform their friends that they have re?
moved their Office from Adger's Wharf to H?rth
Atlantic Wharf.
FRANCIS J. PELZ ER,
FRANCIS S. RODGERS.
Octl8, 1866 18 3m
NOTICE.
PERSONS indebted to the Estates of Col. W. Ran?
som Colhoun and Capt. Henry D. Colhoun, wjll
make payment; and tnose haying demands against
said Estates will present them to Mr. JOHN H.
HOLMES, of Pcridleton, S. O, legally attested,
within the time prescribed by law. ?
E. B. COLHOUN, Adm'r.
Oct, 11, 1866 17 i
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
COLUMBIA, S. C,
KEEP constantly on hand a full supply of the
following goods, viz:
SWEDES IRON, all sizes, 1 to 12 inches,
ENG. IRON, lxj to 2x>} inches,
COUNTRY IRON, horseshoe size to 3x$ inches,
CAST STEEL, J in square & octagon to 1J "
PLOW STEEL, 4 to 12 inches wide.
ANVILS and VICES,
WAGON, TRACE, LOG and COIL CHAIN,
NAILS, TACKS, SCREWS, AXES, PICKS,
HAMMERS, HATCHETS & LOCKS, all kinds,
HOLLOW-WARE, a full assor't, 10 cts. per lb.
GRINDSTONES, AUGERS,
CHISELS, DRAWING-KNIVES,
FARMERS' TOOLS,
SAWS, mill, cross-cut, hand, &c,
IBOTSON'S FILES, the best in market,
WOSTENHOLM'S, RODGERS' & ALEXAN?
DER'S POCKET & TABLE CUTLERR and
RAZORS,
BOLTING CLOTHS, No. 3 ;o 10, as low as can
be bought in this market,
BELTING, from 8 to 10 or 12 inches?larger
sizes brought out to order,
COFFEE ROASTERS, COFFEE MILLS,
AXLES, SPRINGS, WAGON BOXES,
SPOKES, SHAFTS, FELLOWS, HUBS,
ENAMELED CLOTH and LEATHER,
OIL CARPET,
BOLTS' MALEABLE CASTINGS, WRENCHES.
GROCERIES.
BAGGING, ROPE,
SUGAR, COFFEE,
&c, &c, &c.
Sept 27,18C6 15 3m
J. J. Robertson
Late Cashier
Bank State of
Ga., Washing?
ton, Ga.
A. P. Boggs.
Of Augusta,
Ga.
A. E. Houston.
Of Abbeville,
S. C.
J. J. ROBERTSON & CO.,
WAREHOUSE
AND
NO. 5 WARREN BLOCK,
?ff VG J?STA, GEORGIA,
BCg^ Give special attention to
the storage and sale of Cotton and
Produce of all kinds. Liberal ad?
vances made on Produce in Store.
Bagging and Rope furnished on
time to all customers.
Consifynmcnts Solicited.
July 2G, 1S66 6 3m
Tall and "Winter Importation,
186Gw
Millinery and Straw Goods,
ARMSTRONG. CATOR & CO.,
importers and jobbers of
Ribbons, J3onnet Silks and Satins,
Velvets, Ruthes, Flowers, Feathers,
straw bonnets,
LADIES' HATS, trimmed and uhtrimmcd,
SHAKER HOODS,
No. 237 and Lofts of 239 Baltimore St.,
baltimore, md.,
Offer a stock unsurpassed in the United States in
variety and cheapness.
Orders solicited and prompt attention given.
8?- TERMS CASH.
Aug. 30, 1800 11 2m
MCKERSON'S HOTEL
PASSENGERS arriving in Co?
lumbia on the diilerent Railroads
will find OMNIBUSSES, CAR?
RIAGES and BAGGAGE WAG?
ONS in readiness to convey them
to and from his Hotel, FREE OF
CHARGE.
Responsible persons in attendance
to receive Checks and Baggage.
T. S. NICKERSO.V,
Proprietor.
August 23, I860 10~3m
TO RENT.
The line Building,
SITUATED on the southeast corner of Main street
and the public square, opposite the Benson House,
can be rented.
THE STORE ROOM
In this building has been fitted up anew, and is
now orie of tlie most desirable and eligible stands
in the town of Anderson. It was formerly occu?
pied by Sloan, Sullivan & Co. The ?Store Room
can be rented separately from the other Rooms of
tho building, or with all or as many of the other
Rooms as parties may desire. The Store Room is
large and commodious, with abasement admirably
suited for Groceries.
Period of rent and terms of payment will be
made accommodating to parries.
J8@^" For further information, apply to the QjSfre
of the Anderson Intelligencer.
Sept. 20, 18GG 14
NOTICE. "
PERSONS indchted ?q the subscriber fox Leather,
Shoes .or mechanical labor, for 18(53, '64, '05 and
'6*1, are hereby warned against allowing their in?
debtedness to be delayed longer than the first day
of November, next, as I can not indalge. then; long?
er, as my books must oc closed.
R, M. MORRIS.
Oct 4, 18C6 16 4
Blank Deeds fox* Sale.
BLANK DEEDS for Conveyance of Real Estate,
printed on superfine paper and in the best etyte,
for sale at this office.
Oct. 25, 1985 19 $
IRON ,
MANILLA AND HEMP HOPE,
^xicliors and Gliain?,
BOATS, BLOCKS, OAKUM,
Tar, Pitch and Turpentine,
FAHMfi AMID) ?ELS*
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TWENTY Tons Square, Round and Flat Iron,
assorted sizes.
8 inch xl-SJx*?2$x}-2xlf
5 inchxj?3?xl?23x|?
4* inch x$?3'xT?2|}xA?lfxf,
? inch xf?3ixf-2jjxj?Hx?,
4 inch xlj?8Jxf?2jx3?Uxf
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500 coils Manilla Rope, landing and in store,
all sizes.
150 coils Hemp Rope, landing and m store, all
sizes,
800 barrels Tar and Turpeutintf,
50 barrels Pitch,
100 bales of Oakum,
Boiled and Raw Linseed Oils,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil,
White Lead, Zinc, &c, &c.
For sale low for cash. .
CRAIG, TCOMEY & CO.,
48 East Bay-slrcct,
Between Boyce's North and South Wharf.
Octll, i860 17 3
JUST RECEIVED,
Mrs. Walton's,
Corner Main and Coffee Streets,
Greenville, S. C,
A Splendid assortment of MILLINERY GOODS,
to which she invites the attention of the Ladies of
Anderson and vicinity. In the assortment wiU be
found
Gladiators, Gypsies, Queen Gypsies,
Druids, Park Turban's, Hoods,
Opera Hoods, Ribbons, Flowers,
Bridal Wreaths and YciLs.
Also> a new and beautiful style of LAMBET&
BONNETS.
Patterns of Paletots cut to order,
jj^" Orders from the country promptly atten?
ded to.
Sept 27, 1806 15 la
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ANDERSON DISTRICT.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY
Summons in Partition.
To Mark Trince, N. J. Carter and others, heirs
and rcpresentaves in law of Elizabeth McKee,
who died intestate, residing within the State
aforesaid, and to Archibald McKee, WiUiam
Neil and others, names and number unknown-,
residing without the State, Greeting;
YOU are hereby required to appear at the Court
of Ordinary to be holden at Anderson Court House-,
for Anderson District, on the first Monday in Jan?
uary, 1867, to show cause, if any you can, why
the real estate of Elizabeth McKee, deceased, sit?
uated in Anderson District-, on Wilson's creek,
bounded by lands of H. P. Price, William A. Mc?
Kee and others, and containing 159 acres, more or
less, should not be divided, giving to each of the
distributees their respective share.
Given under my hand and seal this 11th day of
October A. D. 18G6.
ROBERT J?NKIN, o.a.?.
18 3
State of Soiitli Cax^lixttt,
ANDERSON DISTRI?T-.
LN THE COURT OF ORDINABY/v
Thomas P. Elrod vs. James Elrod, Pinkston Elrod
and others.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that James Elrod,
Pinkston Elrod, Wm. 13. Elrod, Elijah Elrod, Leon?
ard Elrod, Linda McConnel, Malinda Dunkin, De?
fendants, reside without the State. . It is
Ordered, That they do appear and object to the
division or sale of the Real Estate of William El*
rod, deceased, on or before the first day of Janua*.
ry, 18U7, or their consent to the same will be en?
tered of record.
Given Under my hand and seal this -4th day of
September, A. D> i860.
ROBERT J?NKIN-, o.a.o.
15 Cm
State ol South. Carolina,
ANDERSON DISTRICT.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY*
J. N. Burriss-, Applicant, against Eugene M. Bur
rise and Jane Burriss-, Defendants.
IT appsaring to my satisfaction that B, F. Burriss,
one of Ihe Defendants, resides Without this State;
it is therefore
Ordered, That he do appear fthd object to (bo
division or gale of the Real Estate of Sarah Bur?
riss on or before the 1st Monday in November
next, er his consent to the satue will be entered ol
record. ROBERT J?NKIN, o.a.d.
August 10, 1886 10 8m
In Equity?Andei'son.
John B. Smith rs. James M. Carpenter, and wifo
Margaret. A. Carpenter, Francis M. Smith?Bill
for Partition Real Estate.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that James M.
Carpenter and wife, Margaret A. Carpenter, and;
Francis M. Smith, Defendants in the above stated;
case, reside beyond the limits of this State. On
motion of S. McGowan, Com. Sol.,
Ordered, That the said Defendants do. appear and
plead, answer or demur to said Bill of Complaint
within three months from tho publUuiion hereof
or the same will be taken pro eoufesso against kkem.
W. W. RUMPHRBYA c-.e.a.d.
Commissioner's Office, August 8, >HCO '
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAEC1INA,
ANDERSON DISTRICT.
WHEREAS, N. K. Sullivan and J. M. rhillips
have applied to me for Letters of Administra?
tion on ihe Esfato of Ke^ly Sullivan, deceased :
These are therefore to cite and admonish alt and
singular the kindred and creditor* of said deceas?
ed to be and appear at my office on the Monday,
29th day of October, I860, to show cause, if ary
they can, why said Administration should not bo
granted. ROBERT JUNKIN, ?.a.D.
Oct 13, I860 18 2
J. S. C'QUES,
Factor ar^ Forwarding Merchant,
1*4 Reynolds Street,
Near South Carolina Depot,
?lugusta, Georgia*
WILL sell COTTON and PRODUCE generally,
or receive the same on Storage.
Will furnish or purchase planters' supplies,
August 2, 1SC6 7 6m
NOTICE.
ALL persons holding claims agaiBgi the Estate of
Wm. Sherard, deceased, individually or as security,
will render them in by the. 22d November, 1866,
THO& A.-. 4 D, J. SHERARD.
Sept 20, 1866 14 2m
FOR SALE.
SUGAR, COFFEE, SALT, FLOUR, MEAL
and BACON, by . J. E. & T. HARPER,
McCuuVs Corner.
Oct 4, l*tJB 16 *

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