I WILL attend the following places for the pur?
pose of Assessing "and Collecting Taxes for the
Craytonville, Monday, February 11". ,
- Honea Path, '.' l2
Calb o an, " 13.
Williamston, " 14.
Belton, " l?.
. Storeville, Monday, " 17.
Monattsville, " 19?
Holland's Store, 2&
McClinton's, M 21.
Gilmer's, " 22.
Brown's Muster Ground, ?* 24.
Pendlcton, M 26.
Eaton's, " 27.
Craig's, ere. same day.
Centreville, ** 28.
Shearer's, era. same day.
. Orrville, Monday, March 2.
' White Plains, 3.
Long's Store, " 4.
-; jSlabtown, ??6.
' Wilson's & Carpenter's Store, 6.
And at Anderson C. H. from the 9th to the I5th,
when my books will be closed.
Real Estate.?25 cts. on $100. -
Buggies, Carriages; Gold and Silver Plate,
Watches, Jewelry and Pianos?SI on every $100.
Articles Manufactured?S2 on every $100.
On Gross Incomes from employments, faculties
?nd professions?$2.50 on every $100.
On Gross Income from salaries, rents and mon?
eys at interest?$1 on every $100.
On Hotels. Restaurants?$2 on every $100.
Capitation Tax?$1 between the ages of 21 & 60.
Road Tax?25 per cent, on General Tax.
Poor Tax?37 ? " " "
Public Buildings?12 per cent, on General Tax.
S. E. MOOR Ii, T. C
Jan 29, 1868 82
LEE'S MILL, Anderson Dtstbict, 1
January 20, 18o8. j
THE citizens of the surrounding country ar? re?
spectfully informed that my
Wheat and Corn Mills
Ate in successful operation. They are turning
out a superior article, both of. Meal and Flour.
The usual toll of the country is charged, and cus?
tomers will have their wants promptly attended to
by a civil and attentive Miller. Thankful tor the
large patronage already bestowed, a coutinuance
?f the same is solicited.
That I am now putt tug up a complete sett of
machinery for the CLEANING OF RICE and
BARLEY. The Rice will be received in the straw
or threshed. If brought in threshed out, a charge
of twenty per cent, will be mauc for cleaning and
assorting it, the Mill retaining the offal. The
charge for~threshing will be as usual for other
Should any person wish to procure Seed Rice,
I will furnish them a superior article at cost price,
charging nothing for my services. The highest
market price paid in cash or barter for Corn.
Wheat, Rough Rice, Barley, or other grain.
THUS. B. LEE. Jr.
Jan 29. 18f?S 32 lm
ANDERSON, S. C.
' THE undersigned ha* taken charge of the above
well-known Hotel, and is prepared to accommodate
tu? traveling public'in the very hest style, and on
the d?ost reasonable terms. The table will be sup?
plied with everything the market a:Vords, and eve?
ry attonttoii givenito render guests comfortable.
' Smbles uro attached to (he House, and Horses
will be carefully attended'to.
. j WM. M. OSBORNE.
CORNER 0E THE BENSON HOUSE.
* The undersigned have formed a copartnership
under the nauie and style ' ?
0SB0ENE & KEESE
In the mercantile business, and will keep constant?
ly on hand a general assortment of Dry Goods,
Groceries, &c. .The senior partner returns thanks
for the liberal patronage heretoiore extended to
him, and respectfully solicits a continuance of the
same lor the new nrm.
WM. M. OSBORNE,
EDWIN E. KEESE.
Jan 25.1868 32
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
In ; Equitv-Anderson.
John-Wilson , and Mat hew Brazeale vs. Elkanah
C. Cob&flnd wife Sarah Cobb, Wm. M. Coolcy, et
al.?Petition for Relief, $c.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Elkanah C.
Cobb* one of the Defendants in this case resides
beyond the limits of this State. Ou motion of A.
T. Broyles, Pro. Pets.,"
Ordered, That he -do appear and plead, answer
or demur to said Petition within forty days from
the date of the first publication hereof, or a decree
pro coniesso will be entered of record against him.
W. W. HUMPHREYS, c.k.a.u.
Commissioner's Office, >
. Jan. 29, 1868. . / 82?5
THE undersignedTespecttully informs Iiis friends
and the travelling public, he has taken charge of
the above well-knowu FIRST CLASS HOTEL,
and refurnished and refitted it, in all its depart?
The celebrated ARTESIAN WATER BATHS,
HOT, COLD und SHOWER, at all hours.
Coaches run to and from all Railroads and
Steamers, with attentive Porters. The patronage
of the travelling public is respectfully solicited.
J. P. HORBACH. Agent,
Jan 20,1868 32 Proprietor.
NOTICE TO GUARDIANS, &c
GUARDIANS, Trustees, Receivers. Committee
men, &c , who are required to make annual re
turns to this office of the Estates in their hands,
possession or management, arc notified that the
same ranst. be made on or by the second Monday
in March. next, or Rules will be issued against
them as delinquents.
W. W. HUMPHREYS, c.k.a.d.
Commissioner's Office, 1
Jan 22, 1868. / ' 31
ALL'persons indebted to the Estates of B. F.
Hutchinson and D. T. Hozeman, both deceased,
are notified that payment must be made to the un?
dersigned at once, or suits will be instituted against
them by Return Day.
W. W. HUMPHREYS, c.e.a.d * aum'r
Jan 22J 1868 ' 81
LOST or mislaid, a NOTE given by James Russell,
principal, James Stuart and Alexander Pressly,
sureties, for $14.72. payable in specie. Said Note
was given 11th day of December, 1866, and due
twelve months after date. All persons are fore?
warned against trading for said Note.
Jan 29r 1888 83 * J
CHEMICALS, &c, &c.
?X. ?J. Baker,
AT the Bign of the Golden Morlar, No. 3 Brick
Range, Anderson C. H, S. C, has on hand a com?
plete and thorough supply of choice
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Paints. Oils, Glass, Putty, Varnishes,
Dye Stuffs, &c, &c,
Which he respectfully invites customers, friends
and the public generally, to examine before pur?
chasing elsewhere. Call and see, and with a com?
plete assortment, and low figures, you can save
time and money by buying here.
Jan 22, 1808 31
PERSONS INDEBTED TO ME,
EITHER BY NOTE OR ACCOUNT,
Will FLUT) IT TO THEIR INTEREST
TO PAY UP,
Cm OR BEFORE THE
FIRST OF FEBRUARY, 1868.
I Cannot Wait any Longer.
Jan. 22, 18G8 31
PERUVIAN GUANO,' direct from agents at mar?
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, S75 cash, S80
first November, with seven per cent, interest, ap?
proved city acceptance.
BAUGH'S PHOSPHATE OF LIME. $G0 cash,
$6.r> first November, with seven per cent, interest,
approved city acceptance.
PHOENIX GUAM). S?5 cash, ?U5 first Novem?
ber, with Beveu per cent, interest, npproved city
FLOUR OF BONE, unadulterated and unburnt.
FARMER'S PLASTER OR GYPSUM, warran?
In offering the above manures to planters, I do
so with every confidence, not only having testimo?
nials from planters who have used them the past
year, but the further guarantee that every cargo,
as it arrives, is analyzed by Professor Shepard, of
the South Carolina Medical College, and the high
reputation of these manures fully kepi up.
J. N. ROBSON,
1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
Jan 22. 18GS 31 2m
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Rcid Gambrell, Adtn'r, vs. Lark in Gambreil, et al.
.Bill for Partition Land, J/c.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Larkin Gam?
brell, Munro Gambroll and Thomas Gambrell, De?
fendants in the above stated case, reside beyond
the limits of this State. On motion of Reed &
Brown, Comp. Sols.,
Ordered. That said Defendants do appear, and
plead, answer or demur to said Bill of Complaint
within forty days from the publication hereof, or
the same will be taken pro confesso against them.
W. W. HUMPHREYS, ce.a.i>.
Commissioner's Office, 1
Jan. 22, 1808. / 81?5
Ma. A. U. BROYLES having purchased the in?
terest of Mr. J. D. M. Dobbins in the stock of j
Goods recently owned by C. A. Reed & Dobbins,
the undersigned have this day funned a copartner?
ship under the mime and style of REED &
BROYLES. and will continue the business at the
same stand. The}' have now in store a small as?
sorted stock of Goods, suited to the country and
the season, which they will sell for cash or barter
for country produce, on terms ks reasonable as can
be had in this market, cost or no cost. They in?
vite the patronage of their friends and the public.
C. A. REED,
A. R. BEOYLES.
Jan 7, 18G8 80
CRAYTON & SON7
AGENTS FOR THE
HAVING been appointed Agents for the rendlc
ton Factory, we will keep on hand and sell Cotton
Yarns at Factory price.
A large lot of COOKING STOVES and Fixtures,
now in store, which we will sell very low for cash.
CRAYTON & SON.
? Jan 15, 1868 30 3m
First and Last Notice.
ALL persons knowing themselves indebted to
me will come forward and pay up, as 1 am need?
ing the money. Return Day is close at baud.
WM. M. OS BORNE.
Jan 29, 1868 82 8
DURING the second week in February next, we
will distribute all Share Leather in our possession. I
'?Cash for Tunning."
nUNTER & OSBORNE.
Anderson, Jan. 22, 1808 31?4
MY wife, Keziah Adams, having left my bed and
board without provocation, 1 hereby forewarn all
persons against trusting her on my account, as I
will not be responsible for her contracts from this
date. SPENCER ADAMS, (colored.)
Jan 16, 1868 89 lattSii
BY PAYING- MAT YOU OWE US.
SHAEPE & FANT.
WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF
BOUGHT SINCE THE DECLINE,
IRON, MILS, &C., FOE SALE LOW
FOR CASH OR BARTER.
SH ARPE & FANT.
We will frosij this day sell our entire
itoek of CSoods at Hew York Cost:
Consisting of Broadcloths from S3.00 to SS.75 per yard ; Cashmeres, SI.00 to $5.75; Vostings
Beaver Cloths, SI.75 to SS.75: Ladies' Cloak Goods, $1.7? In. $2.50; Tweeds, 75 cents; Kentucky
Jeans. 10 to 40 cents: Handkerchiefs, 12} to 75 cents ;? Gloves, Hosiery, Cravats, Shirts and Collars
Merino Undershirts and Drawers. Also, a fine assortment of
''Su ''?Swiii "Xui '.'Ii? "^Sw^ Si . '?^Hi "'3''3*' \S ,;'S3l ''3 'iffhlu ffini'11'
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &c.
Also, a nice lot of DRY GOODS, such as Brown and Bleached Shirting from 7 .to 15
ceuts per yard; Calicoes from 7 to 12J cents per yard : Hoop Skirts, 50 to 75 cents; Ladies and Gents
Shawls from $1.50 to $6.50 i Plaid Linseys, 12? to 25 cents.
ss& All Goods will be sold exclusively for Cash. Call and see us.
CLARK, WHITE & CLARK,
Anderson Court House, So. Ca.
Jan 15, 18G8
SECOND SUPPLY THIS EALL!
GREAT ADDITIONS TO OUR STOCK.
AVISO TAKEN THE ADVANTAGE OF THE DEPRESSION IX THE
market for the lust ten days,
H?tt 33 wm Sa t<si wm V.m w W W tonu W wmb ?>*# *3r 9
Bought heavily at the reduced prices, and are now receiving a second supply of all kinds of DRY
GOODS, both tine and low prices, at. much lower figures than they were early in the season.
Delaines from 20 to 25 cents, worth 30 to 35 cents.
Poplins from 30 to 50 cents, worth 37J and 75 cents.
Good brands of bleached Cottons very much reduced. 1VARMAT00SA at 25?worth 30 cents.
New York Mills at 30 cents, worth 30 cents.
One hundred and fifty CLOAKS just opened, from 53 50 up. Cheap as they were before tho war in
gold. Calicoes from 8 to 15 cents.
The place to
Buy Good Goods and Cheap Goods and Fine Goods,
AND THE TLACE TO FIND ONE OF THE
STO(GK? W OTE OTO, US AT
V. RICHARDS & BROS.
FREDERICKSBURG STORE (Cornor by the Planter's Hotel),
Oct. 80, 1867 20?2?
SELLING OFF AT COST
os v.r.: first of January, ises.
WE HAVE ON HAND A VERY LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRON,
"crockery, wooden ware, &c,
Which we will commence this day SELLING OFF AT COST. We will enumerate some of the leading
articles and prices:
Salt, S3.0U; Bagging. 25 to 28 cents: Rope, 12* to IS; Coffee, 2C to 28; Sugar, 1G to 20; Swede
Iron, 9 to 10; English Iron. 7 to 8: King's Mountain, 6 cents; Ames' Shovels aud Spades, $1.25;
Yarn. Si.50; Augusta ? Sheeting. 121 : Sea Island Shirting, 1U to 14; Calico, 6 to 13^ ; Men^s and
Boy's Hats. 50 cents to $3.00, and everything else in proportion.
We sell entirely lor Cash, or Country Produce at" cash prices. We invite merchants and the publi?
generally to call and examine our large stock before buying elsewhere.
BEWLEY,. KEESE & CO.
fl?g- All persons indebted to us will please come forward and poy up by the first day of February
next. Wo must have money. BEWLEY, KEESE & CO.
Andorsnn C. 11.. January 1st. 1808_-_37
THE C ARLESTON HOUSE,
287 KING STREET, 289
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
We will always keep on hand a large and well
assorted stock of
Such as Kerseys. Longcluths. Plains. Family Linens
Woolens. Brown Shirtings, Satinets. Calicoes,
Cassitoercs. Ginghams. Black Cloths, Osnaburgs.
Sheetings, Blankets of all qualities.
Terms cash or city acceptance.
We kcpp always on baud a full assortment of
Laces, Embroideries, Linen Cambrie Handker?
chiefs, White Goods. Black Goods, Dress Goods,
Silks, Cloaks. Shawls, Parasols, Hoop Skirts and
Our entire Stock has been marked down, and we are daily receiving nc-w Goods by every steamer, at
Wholesale Department, tip Stairs, 287 and 289 King Street.
Calicoes. 7A?8?9?!i.'. ? ltj?l 1?121 ?l.W, cents : Brown Shirtings. 7A?S;?9?10?11?12* to IS
cents; Bleacfied Long Cloths, S?0?10?11?12$?13?H?15?18 to 20* cents. All other Goods at
the lowest market rales
STOLL, WEBB & GO.,
Doc. 25, 18C7 287 and 289; Kinjr Street, Charleston, S. C .
In consideration of the scarcity of
money, the prices for Watch Work
for the year 1S6S will be as follows:
For cleaning a Watch, $1.00
" mainspring, 1.00
Repairing chain, ? 50
Click and Ratchejd, 1.00
Top jewel, 50
Jewelled hole, 1.00
New staff to lever, 3.50
New cylinder, 4.00
Watch Glasses, ' 25
Watch Keys, 10
Repairing of all kinds of Watches
in proportion to the above.
Jewelry repaired in a workman?
like manner, at prices to suit the
times. Also, Clocks and Musical
^^=B All work warranted to be
well and substantially d?>ne.
F. C. v. BORSTEL,
N?. 4 Brick Range. .
Taken in various styles, and fitted up in a work
manlike manner. Having recently received the
latest improvement!'. 1 am now prepared to furnish
from the small medallion to the lit'e-sizc Portrait,
more period than was ever taken in the country
before, and equal to the hirst taken in the world.
Let your habiliments be dark, and 1 insure you a
gem of a Picture, at a moderate price.
Call at F. C. v. HORSTEL'S
Jewelry Sture, >"o. -1 Brick Kange.
January 3, 1SUS 37
WILL BE OPENED AGAIN
MONDAY, FEB. 3,
THE following rates of Tuition will be charged:
Primary English and Mathematical Studies,
per quarter of Ten Weeks, S 7 50
Classical, or higher English studies, with
Mathematics, per quarter ten weeks. 10 u0
A student will he charged fw?in the time lie en?
ters to the end of the quarter, and no deduction
will lie made for loss ot time, except in case of
Board can be had in pond families, the price
ranging from SIU 1? S15 per month.
Prompt payment iimut be made at the end of each
W. J. LIGON, Principal
Jan 8. 1SCS 120
HORSE - SHOEING,
THE undersigned begs leave to inlorm the public
generally that he is prepared to do cheaper and
belter Shoeing than any one else, and will shoe
(he wildest animals as well as the tamest. Bring
on your Horses and Mules, and enough money to
pay for work already done, besides fur paytinmi of
work hereafter, as 1 will work for Cash only. Al?
so, I am prepared to do all Blacksmith inn "n 'he
most favorable terms, and in the be.-i pos?ib!n style.
Jan 8, 18?8 29 4
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I HAVE removed my BOOT and SHOE SHOP on
Granite Bow, over Towers & Biirrlss- Store, where !
I am prepared to do all wort; in my line, in ihc j
best style, on Short nut tee, and at low prices.
Give mc a call.
Jan 8,18?8 29 2m
FAIR H?TI? .
ALL Persons indebted to the obi firm nf J. E. <>:
W. M. BELOTTE. ..no W. M. BE LOTTE, individ?
ually, will save trouble and cost by calling soon
and settling with the undersigned.
W. M. BELOTTE.
Fartletwe, ft. ?,, G*. ft, 1917 llMte
Cheapest Goods in Town I
I M, LESSER, Agent,
? HAS just returned from Charleston with large ad
ditious to his stock of Goods..purchased at exceed- ?
ingly low prices, and which will be sold at eorrei
| ponding figures to purchasers. As a specimen of
j what lie is prepared to do, the attention of the
: public is inriied to the astonishing fact that he is
j uow selling
Calicoes at fr. m 10 to 15 cents per yard.
DeLrtines from 25 to 20 cents,
And all other goods in proportion.
A LARGE STOCK OF '
LOOTS & SHOES,
Just'Received, and now offering at cheaper rates
than ever before known in this place.
?s9* In addition to the articles enumerate*
above, I have a general assortment of Goods of ev?
ery description, and will not be undersold in this
market. Give me a call before purchasing else?
Mi LESSER, Agent.
Dec 4. 18(57 25
Life and Fire Insurance Agency.
HAVE your lives Insured while in health, that
'you inay leave something for the support of your
dear wife and children alter your death. A hus?
band :md fallier is not doing his duty to his fami?
ly unless he gets a Life Policy. "Set thy house"ia
order: thou shall die."
Insure your dwellings: a single spark may, ia
one Imur. leave your dwelling in ashes. Delays
A number of the best Life and Fire In*uranc*
Companies in the L'nited States are represented by
the subscriber, fiive Irin a call, at No. 4 Granit?
How, Anderson C. IL, S. C.
A. r?. TOWERS.
Life and Fire Insurance Agent.
Not 10. 1S07 :!2 2m
Mrs. O. R. Murray
Will resume the Exercises of her School
ON MONDAY, THE 23TB DAY JANUARY, 1868.
TERMS?Per Quarter of Ten Weeks, paynblo
in Currency, lor .Spoiling. Iteading. Writing, Geog?
raphy, and the primary rules of Arithmetic.?Six
Dollars For all or :iny of the higher branches
usually laugh) in Female follegcs. Ten Dollars.
Music* Ten Dollars per quarter extra.
Anderson C. Ii.. Jan. 8. iStiS 29?8
J. B. iVlcGEE,
AHHIE??I5f Ii. B.. 3. B.
P-S?" Offers his services to the public generally
in ibis aiid surrounding Districts, and will charge
Jan. 15. 1808 " *30 Cm
To Defaulters for Town Taxes.
ALL person* owing Corporation Tux up to the
1st January. IStfS. arc ln.tvby notified that by pay?
ing the sum- or before the 1st day of February:
next, ihoy can do so without being double taxed.
After this tinio. the Fi Fa's already against ihcm
will be enforced by levy and sale ol their property
By ovtler of ihe Council.
S. HLECKLEY, Sec. & Trcas.
Jan 15. I8fi8 30 2 .
ALL persons indebted to CATER k WALTERS
m'>M come forward and make settlement by th?
4th day of February, or they wi l find their Ao
-counts in the hands of an officer for collection.
Longer time cannot be given.
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