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SHERIFF'S SALE.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS?EQUITY SIDE,
ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
John L. Williams vs. Mrs. McDavid and husband,
Robert McDavid, John R. Mattison, et aL?Dill
for Payment of Debts, Relief, $c.
IN pursuance of the Decretal Order of the Cir?
cuit Court, sitting in Equity in the above stated
case. I will expose to sale on the first MONDAY
in APRIL next, in front of the Court House in
Anderson, within the legal hours of sale, the fol?
lowing Lots of Land, to wit:
LOT NO. 1,
Containing 83J acreB, situated within or near che
corporate limits of the town of Belton, bounded
by G. & C. R. K.j lot of W. C. Brown, -Tel
ford and others.
LOT NO. 2, 4
Containing 14$ acres, bounded by G. & C. R. R..
lots of B. P. Boggs and lots No. 1 and 2.
LOT NO. 3,
Containing 89} acres, bounded by land of Ira C.
Williams, Q. &C. R. R. and lot No. 2.
LOT NO. 4,
Containing 8 acres, bounded by lot of W. C.
Brown and lots No. 3 and 5.
LOT NO. 5,
Containing 5 1-10 acres, bounded by land of Ira
C. Williams, B. D. Dean, A. P. Willinghain and
lot No. 4.
Teems.?One-third cash, the balance on a credit
of twelve months, with interest from day of sale,
purchaser to give bond with approved sureties,
*ad a mortgage of the premises to secure the pay?
ment of the purchase money. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps.
WM. McGUKIN,
Sheriff Anderson County.
March 14, 1870 38 3
Sheriff's Sale.
In the Probate Court?Anderson County.
Ex Parte John W. Daniels, vs. James M. Dan?
iels, J. H. Daniels, et al.?Petition for Par
tiiion.
BY virtue ofc an order from TT. W. Humphreys,
Probate Judge for Anderson county, to me direct?
ed,.! will expose to sale on Saleday in April next,
at Anderson Court House, all that
HOUSE AND LOT OF LAND,
Situate in the village of Pendleton, on the North?
west corner of the public square, bounded by
property of Estate of D. S. Taylor, deceased, on
the East, by public square on the South, and West
by property formerly belonging to Gaillard and
Sloan.
TERMS OF SALE.?On a credit of twelve
moaths, except the cost of these proceedings,
which must be paid in cash?purchaser to give
bond with approved surety, and a mortgage of the
premises to secure payment ot^the purchase mon?
ey?purchaser to pay for Btamps, titles and taxes
due on said house and lot.
WM. McGUKIN,
Sheriff Anderson County.
March 10, 1870 37 4
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Sheriffs Sale.
In the Probate Court?Anderson County
Lewis Cromer vs. Nancy Gromer, and others.
BY virtue of an order in this case to ?ie directed
from W. W. Humphreys, Judge of Probat?, I will
expose to vV e on Saleday in April nc .. Ander?
son C H., the
Tract of Land
Described in the pleadings, kaown as Lot No. 2 of
the Real Estnte of Jacob Orotner, deceased., con?
taining NINETY ACRES, bounded by lands of
Lewis Cromer, W. P. King, Gen. J. W. Harrison
and Lot No. 1.
Terms cash?purchaser to pay for stamps and
papers.
WM. McGUKIN, Sheriff.
March 10, 1870 37 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ANDERSON CO UNTY.
By W. \Y. Humphreys, Esq., Pro. Judge.
WHEREAS, Eliza J. Harris has made suit to
me to grant her Letters of Administration, with
will annexed, of the Estate and effects of Wm.
K. Harris, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and
singular tire kindred and creditors of the said
Wm. K. Harris, deceased, that they be and ap?
pear before me, in the Court of Probate, to be held
at Anderson Court House on the first day of
April, 1870, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
ahew cause, if auy they have, why the said Ad?
ministration should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 16lh day of March,
Anno Domini, 1870.
W. W. HUMPHREYS,
Judge of Probate.
March 17,1870 38 2
ASSIGNEE'S SALE.
in the District Court of the United Stales for the
District of South Carolina.
In the matter of J. J. ACKER, Bankrupt.
BY virtue of an order to me directed in the abovs
mentioned case from the Hon. George S. Bryan,
Judge of said Court, I will sell at public outcry,
at Williamston, on the 31st day of March next,
the Real Estate, consisting of a House and Lot in
eaid Town, containing one acre. Also, the Choses
in Action of said Bankrupt. Terms cash. Pur?
chaser to pay for necessary papers.
THOMAS CRI MES, Assignee.
March 10, 1870 87 3
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY virtue of a Writ of Fiera Facias to6me di?
rected, I will expose to sale on Saleday in Apri!
next, before the Court House door, within the
usual hours of sale, the following property, viz :
One Lot in Pendleton Village, containing four
acres, more or less, with a dwelling house thereon
and outbuildings levied on as the properly of H. J.
Knauff, at the suit of Wm. M. Bellottc.
One Buggy, levied on as the property of A. J.
Shaw, at the suit of James W. and W. N. Wilson,
Administrators.
Terms cash?purchasers to pay for titles, stamps
and deeds.
WM. McGUKIN, Sheriff.
March 10, 1870 37
Admimstator's Sale and Notice.
THE undersigned, as Administrator of the Es?
tate of J. N. Emerson, deceased, will offer
wm sale at public outcry on Saleday in April next,
at Anderson C. H., all the Notes and other evi?
dences of indebtedness due said Estate. Terms
cash.
Application will be made to the Probate Judge
of Anderson county on the 15th day of April
next, for a Fnr.l settlement of the said Estate, and
a discharge tiurefrom.
S. J. EMERSON, Adm'r.
March 17, 1870 88 3
AcMiiiistTator'sSale arjd Notice.
THE undersigned, as Administrator of the Es?
tate of Wm. II. Acker, deceased, will offer
for sale at public outcry, at Anderson C. H., on
Saleday in'April next, all the Notes and Accounts
due said Estate. Terms cash.
Application will be made to the Probate Judge
of Anderson county on the 18th day of April next,
for a final settlement of the said Estate, and a
discharge therefrom.
J. S. AOKER, Adm'r.
March 17, 1870 38 3
Administrator's Sale.
WILL be sold, at the late residence of Wm.
Webb, deceased, 10 miles north of Ander?
son, on the Greenville road, on Saturday, the
2nd day of April next, the Personal Property be?
longing to E?tate of said deceased, consisting of
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Stock of Oattle, Wagon, Blacksmith Tools, &c.
Terms cash. E. W. WEBB, Adm'r.
March 17, 1870 38 3*
FURNITURE WAREROOMS.
Gr. F. TOLLY
INFORMS the public that he is now receiving a
large and elegant lot of
Furniture of every Description,
Which he offers at prices unequalled in the up
country, according to quality and finish. The fol?
lowing embraces a portion of the stock now in
store?
Mahogany, Walnut and Painted Bureaus,
Cottage and French Bedsteads,
Wardrobes, Washstands, Extension Tables,
Ladies' Work Tables, Writing Tables, &c,
Chairs of all descriptions,
Fine Cottage Setts of Furniture,
Cribs, Cradles, Trundle Beds, Mattresses,
And in fact everything usually kept in an estab?
lishment of this kind.
My goods are obtained direct from Northern
manufacturers, and any article not on hand can
be furnished on the shortest possible notice and at
the most reasonable prices.
Any article of Furniture made to order,
in the best style, and repairing done with neatness
and dispatch /
Thankful for past patronage, I respectfully so?
licit a continuance of the same, confident that my
prices and the quality of uiy stock will please
every, customer. * G. F. TOLLY,
Furniture Store, Depot Street.
Feb 3, 1870 32
i DYSPEPSIA* INDIGESTION
EVERYWHERE
MOISE&d
PROPRIETORS
& WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
FOR sale in Anderson by
Walters Sc Baker,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
B?jF By a recent decision of the Commissioner
of Internal Revenue, any person can sell these
Bitters without, a retail liquor dealer's license.
March 10, 1870" 37 6m
LIFE INSURANCE.
SOUTH CAROLINA GENERAL AGENCY,
Piedmont & Arlington Life Company
Of Virginia, March 4th,
IENCY,)
PAKT Y
i, 1870. J
TTTE hereby-appoint Capt. GEORGE B. LAKE
W Superintendent of Agencies for the Pied
mout & Arlington Life Insurance Company, for the
State of South Carolina, with authority to ap
poiut and instruct Agents. This appointment in
no way to interfere with Agencies already estab?
lished.
]gk&~ Letters addressed to Capt. Lake at Edge
field 0. II. will receive prompt attention.
LEAPHEART, JEFFERSON & RANS?X
General Agents.
March 17, 1870 38 5
MISS MARY J. ENLOW
HAS received her Spring and Summer stock of
MILLINERY, consistingof the most bcau
mul Bonnets and Hats in the market. Chignons,
Hair Switches, Pulpitators, Ribbons, Flowers and
Laces. Also, the latest style of Dresses for Ladies
aud Children. Work will be finished in the new?
est fashion, and at a remarkably cheap price.
Trimming and re modeling dune in the best style.
Ladies are respectfully invited to call and examine
her stock before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful
for patronage heretofore extended, a well selected
stock will be kept constantly on hand, and will be
offered at tue lowest possible figures. The place
can easily be found by calling up-stairs over the
store of Watson & Bro., on Granite Row.
March 17, 1860 38 2
la Equity?-A.nderson.
John L. Williams, Administrator, vs. Mrs. F. C.
McDavid and husband, Robert McDavid, John
Mattison and others.?Bill to sell lands to pay
the debts of Lewis A. Williams, deceased.
JOHN MATTISON and all other creditors of!
Lewis A. Williams, deceased, are required to come
in on or before the Seventh day of May next, and
establish before me their respective claims against
the Estate of the said deceased.
JOHN W. DANIELS,
Clerk of Court for Anderson County.
March 3, 1870 36 10
NOTICE! NOTICeT
ALL delinquent Tax Payers in the Town of An?
derson for the years 1809 rnd 1870, who do not
come forward and pay their Town Taxes on or
before the 1st day of April, will have their names
published in the "Anderson Intelligencer," and
the "Ordinance to Raise Supplies" will be fully
enforced against them on and after that date.
By order of Council.
W. H. NARDIN,
Clerk of Council.
March 10, 1870 37 4
Notice.
I WILL sell at Anderson C. II., on Saleday in
April next, all the NOTES and ACCOUNTS be?
longing to the old firms of Brown & Cobb, for
cash, as surviving partner. I will also apply to
the Probate Judge of Anderson county, on the
15th of April for a final settlement of the Estate
of Dr. M. 0. Cobb, and a discharge of the Ad?
ministratorship of said Estate.
W. C. BROWN,
One of the Adm'rs and surviving Partner.
March 10, 1870 37 4*
I AM now selling our stock of Goods at COST]
and REDUCED 1'RWES, to close up the busi?
ness of Towers & liurriss. Examine .our stock
and prices before you buy.
A. B. TOWERS,
Survivor of Towers & Burriss.
March 10, 1870 37 4
WANTED 1
FIVE HUNDRED CASH CUSTOMERS to close
out our stock of Shoes, Groceries, Hardware,
Crockery and Glassware, at reduced prices.
A. B. TOWERS,
Survivor of Towers & Burriss.
March 10, 1870 37 4
DR. JASPER BROWNE
Has again resumed the Pioclice of
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
Storevili.e, March 1, 1870.
37
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
FOR CASH, I will sell Buckwheat Flour at
$1.00 and $2.00 per bag, to close out.
A. B. TOWERS,
Survivor of Towers & Burriss.
Maroh 10, 1870 37 3
MAKING ROOM
FOR
S P RING STOCK !
KEESE & KING
ARE offering their entire stock of Dry Goods at
COST for CASH. This Is no humbug. Come
and see, and judge for yourselves.
3-4 SHIRTINGS. He
7-8 do . 13c.
FACTORY YARN_?2.00.
CALICOES. 8 to 13c.
BLEA. SHIRTINGS... 8 to 18c.
KENTUCKY JEANS.. 20 to 30c.
TWEEDS....... 50 to 60c.
SATINETS. 40 to 75c.
CASSI MERES. 50 to S2.00.
COATS.$2.50 to 10.00.
PANTS. 1.00 to 3.00.
VESTS. 1.00 to 2.00.
HATS. . 50 to 3.00.
BOOTS and SHOES at very small profits. Al?
so, GROCERIES and HARDWARE at reduced
prices. All we want, is for you to come and see.
Country produce will be taken iu exchange for
goods at cash prices.
KEESE & KING.
March 3, 1870 86 6
IMPORTANT
ANNOUNCEMENT!!
THOSE IN WANT OF CHEAP GOODS
WouldNdo well to call immediately upon
N. K, & J. P. SULLIVAN,
No. 13 Granite Row,
AS they are determined to sell their entire stock
lit greatly REDUCED PRICES, to make room
for their Spring purchases.
ALL persons indebted to either Sullivan, Matti
son & Co., or N. K. & J. P. Sullivan, are request?
ed to come forward and settle by the First of
April next, as longer indulgence WILL NOT be
given.
March 3, 1870 36 4
Quick Returns and Permanent
Improvement to the Soil.
M?PES'
Nitrogenized Superphosphate
OF LIME!
COMPOSED OP
Bones, Phosphatic Guano and Am
moniacal Animal Matter,
All thoroughly decomposed and reduced to a fine
powder by means of Fermentation and
Sulphuric Acid,
ADAPTED TO THE GROWING OF
Cotton, Corn, Tobacco,
Grain Crops,
"Veg-e tables, ?Sco.
THIS is the oldest Superphosphate manufactu?
red in this country, having been introduced to the j
public in the spring of the year 1862. ??]
The practical success of this SUPERPHOS?
PHATE, even during the most unfavorable sea?
sons, has been fully established by the experience
of hundreds of planters and farmers, recent let?
ters from nearly Jwo hundred of whom arc to be
found in the pamphlets last issued.
C. A. REED,
Agent for Anderson County.
Jan 20, 1870 30 3m
NOTICE !
Valuable Water Powers and Small Im?
provements for Sale!
NO. 1, containing Ninety-threo Acres, known
as the Major's Mill Place, seven miles West of
Anderson Court House?the best unimproved
water-power in the county.
NO. 2, known as the Dr. Gaillard Mill Place,
near the Railroad, eight miles North of Anderson
Court House. Splendid water-power, plenty wa?
ter and can be easily improved?a convenient and
pleasant place for machinery operations.
Teb.ms?One-half cash. For particulars, ad?
dress the subscriber at Perryville, S. C.
THOMAS HARPER.
March 3, 1870 36
Fisk's Metallic Burial Oases.
THE undersigned will keep constantly on hand
a supply of Fisk'a, Patent Metallic Burial Cases.
These cases have been greatly improved, and
though composed entirely of metal, are finished
in such a superior style as to present the appear,
ance of highly polished rosewood. They are per?
fectly and permanently air-tight, and bodies dis?
interred, after burial for several years, have been
found in a perfect state of preservation.
US?* Orders received for coffins of any kind
will be promptly attended to.
G. F. TOLLY,
Furniture Warcrooms, Anderson, S. C.
Fcb 3, 1870 82
Notice of Copartnership.
THE undersigned having formed a partnership,
will continue the mercantile business at the stand
occupied by the late firm of S. Blecklcy & Co.,
Pendlcton, S. C, to be conducted under the name
and style of CHERRY & BLECKLEY. Wo pro?
pose to sell goods strictly for cash or country pro?
duce, and no:, on a credit, and are willing to take
less profits than those who sell on a credit. We
thank our friends for their past patronage, and
hope to merit a continuation of the same
JOHN C. CHERRY,
S. BLECKLEY..
Pcndleton, S. C. Feb. 24, 1870. 86?4
In the Probate Court?Anderson.
Francis Cox and Mary Cox vs. Wm. Henry Cox
and others.? Petition for Partition, Relief, cjc.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Elizabeth
Acker, Wm. M. Oox, Francis Cox, Elizabeth Cox
and Slauntou Cux, Defendants in this case, reside
beyond the limits of this Stale. On motion of
Reed & Brown, Att'ys. Pro. Pet.,
Ordered, That said Defendants do appear and
plead, answer or demur to said petition withiu
forty days from the first publication hereof, or the
same will be taken pro confesso against them.
W. W. HUMPHREYS,
Judge of Probate.
March 10, 1870. 37 6
AT COST FOR CASH.
I WILL sell at Cost?for Cash?Calico, DeLaine,
Flannel. Homespun, checked and striped Home?
spun, Hoop Skirts, &c.
A. B. TOWERS,
Survivor.
March 10, 1870 37 4
Executor's Notice of Final Settle?
ment.
THE undersigned hereby gives notice that he
will apply to the Probate Judge of Ander?
son county on Saturday, the 16th of April next,
for a final settlement of the Estate of J. G. Meck
lin, deceased, and for letters of dismission from
said Estate. L. C. CLINKSCALE8, Ex'r.
March 17, 1870 88 6
BENNETT & KEESE.
Copartnership Notice.
THE undersigned hare this day formed a co?
partnership, under the name and style of BEN?
NETT k KEESE, for the purpose of doing a
General Merchandise Business.
WM. C. BENNETT,
WM. S. KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
Anderson C. H., S. 0., Dec. 1st, 18G9.
IRON and STEEL,
JUST Received, a lot of Plow Steel and Swede
Iron. For sale by BENNETT & KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Rangei
POTS, OVENS and BAKERS I
For gale by BENNETT & KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
SUGAR and COFFEE !
For sale by BENNETT & KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
SHOVELS and SPADES !
For sale by BENNETT & KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
Axes, Hoes and Well Wheels!
For sale by BENNETT & KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
COME AND SEE
BENNETT & REESE'S NEW STORE, .
Southwest corner Brick Range.
Hemlock, Sole, Kip and Calf Skins,
For sale by BENNETT & KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
NORTH RIVER HAY.
25 Bales North River Hay for sale by
BENNETT & KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Range,
BENNETT & KEESE
Are always in tho cotton market, Southwest
coiner Brick Range.
WANTED,
100,000 pounds Cotton Rags, for which the
highest cash price will be paid by
BENNETT & KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Rangei
E. Frank Coe's Superphosphate,
And Coe's Pure Dissolved Bone, equal to any
commercial manures that can be procured, either
for cotton or corn.
Superphosphate, SCO per ton in Charleston.
Pure Dissolved Bone, $G2 " " " *
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., Sole Agents,
Charleston, S.C.
BENNETT & KEESE, Agents at Anderson,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
HAMS.
Davis' Sugar Cured Hams, for sale by
BENNETT & KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Rauge.
March 3, 1870_
JUST RECEIVED,
6 barrels Poto Rico Molasses,
6 " Muscovado do,
6 " Knight's Syrup,
6 " N. O. do, i
For sale by BENNETT k KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
March 3, 1870_
If you want the best Manure for
COTTON,
Try Ooe's Superphosphate, for sale by
BENNETT & KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick-Range.
March 3, 1870_
Clothing at First Cost!
For sale by BENNETT k KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Rang?.
March 3, 1870_
Family Flour !
150 barrels Family Flour in store and to ar?
rive, at $8.50 to $11.00 per barrel. Come and
see our Flour.
BENNETT k KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
March 3, 1870_
Wheat Bran.
200 bushels Wheat Bran, in 4 bushel sacks,
For sale by BENNETT & KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
March 3, 187Q,_
Come and See
BENNETT k KEESE, if you want Bacon, Lard,
Flour and Corn. They sell entirely for cash, at
very small profits. Don't forget the place,
Southwest corner Briok Range.
March 3, 1870_
CHEESE.
J35 Boxes Cheese just received, and for sale
by BENNETT k KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
March 17, 1870_
SHOES,
As low as $1.25 per pair, by
BENNETT & KEESE.
Southwest corner Brick Range.
March 17, 1870
BOOTS,
As low as $2.00 per pair, at.
BENNETT & REESE'S,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
March 17, 1870_
1,000 P0UNDJ5
Wrapping Paper to exchange for Rags, by
BENNETT k KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
March 17, 1870_
Gents' and Boys' Hats,
At Cost, at BENNETT & REESE'S,
Southwest corner Briok Range.
March 17, 1870_
All Dry Goods sold at First Cost,
Until tho 10th day of April next, by
BENNETT k KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
March 17. 1870_
IRISH POTATOES.
Nearly out?by BENNETT k KEESE.
Southwest f"-nnr Brick Range.
March 17,1870_
BACON and LARD.
6,000 pounds of Bacon,
600 pounds of Lard,
For sale by BENNETT & KEESE,
Southwest coiner Brick Range.
March 17, 1870_
Gentlemen and Ladies!
Don't forget to call on
BENNETT 4 KEESE,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
March 17, 1870_._
Greenbacks as Good as Gold
At BENNETT & REESE'S,
Southwest corner Brick Range.
March 17, 1870
Dickson Cotton Seed
For sale by BENNETT & KEESE.
Southwest corn?r Brick Range.
March 17, 1870
WM. M. BIRD & 00.*S
VESTAL OIL, FOR ILLUMINATING.
Put up in Five and Ten Gallon Packages, for Family tTse\
no more explosions. safety guaranteed!
BURNS longer than ordinary Oil, and above all is perfectly safe. Read what Professor S HEP ARD
says :
"Laboratory or the Medical College, Charleston, S. C, October 24, 1869.
Messrs. Wm. M. Bird 4' Co.?Gentlemen : I have examined the sample of Veatal Oil sent by yea,
and determined the 'fire point,' i. e. the temperature at which the oil becomes inflammable, tobe above
130 degrees Fahrenheit. The United States standard requires 110 degrees Fahrenheit. , As the 'Are
point' of this Oil Us 20 degrees Fahrenheit above the required standard, the Oil is to be regarded as
safe, and thus supplies a great want of the community. Very respectfully,
CHARLES U. SHEFARD, Jf?, M, ?#"
WM. M. BIRD Sc CO., Sole Proprietors',
And Dealers in Strictly Pure Oils and Paints, No 203 East Bay, Charleston, & fl?
Walters Sc Baker, Agents, Anderson, S. C.
Jan 13, 1870_29 , ._ 2m
E1WAN GHJAJNTOS,
SOLUBDE MANURES, and SULPHURIC ACID, MANUFACTURED AT*
CHARLESTON, under the direction of DR. N. A. PRATT, Chemist for the Sul?
phuric Acid and Super-Phosphato Company; .- *
Soluble Phosphoric Acid, in the form of Soluble Phosphate of Lime, or Dissolved Bone Phosphate,
is the basis of all good Fertilizers, and these are valuable in the ratio of Soluble Phosphoric Aeid
which is in them.
The immense deposits of Phosphatic G?aiios which were discovered in 1867 in South Carolina,
by Dr. Pratt, consists mainly of Insoluble Phosphate of Lime, which, is made available as a Fer?
tilizer by being ground to powder, and reduced by Sulphuric Acid to such a condition as to make it*
insoluble phosphate soluble in water, and thus made capable of being taken up by growing jdantf.
The insoluble Phosphate found in any commercial Fertilizer is of no more value-to the plant than
the original Phosphate rock. The greater the proportion of this Soluble Phosphate which any
Fertilizer contains, the less the quantity required per acre, and consequently the cheapest Fertilizer'
is that containing the highest per ccntagc of Soluble Phosphate.
Impressed with these truths, the Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosphate Company have erected si
Charleston the first extensive Acid Chambers South of Baltimore, and are able to offer to plan?
ters the highest per ccntage of Soluble Phosphate of Lime known in any market.
Their Fertilizers are offered under two forms:
1. ETIWAN, NO. 1.?Pure Soluble Phosphate, guaranteed to contain 24 per oent. of Dissolved
Bone Phosphate of Lime, SG0 per ton, 10 percent, discount for cash.
2. ETIWAN, NO. 2.?Peruvian Superphosphate, guaranteed to contain 20 per cent, of Dissolved
Bone Phosphate,- and 1} to 3 per cent of Ammonia, with a sufficient addition of Peruvian Guano
to adopt it to all crops, $70 per ton, 10 per cent, discount for cash.
We also offer Dissolved Bone, of high grade, for planters or manufacturers, who may desire to
mix into any other compost, aud wo suggest that this is the best and cheapest method for manufac?
turers to u-aneport the Sulphuric Acid contained in the mixture. Will be sold at a fixed rate'for
each per centage,
WM. C. ?UE Sc CO., A-ent.^j
No. 14 Adder's Whari, Charleston, S. C**
15. F. Crayton Sc Sons, Agents at Anderson.
Jan 6. 1870_28_3m
TO CASH BUYERS
i am now prepared to show
TUffi MIS ?T SELIOTM. ?IF ???BS
IIST THIS MARKET?
MY stock consists in part of Dry Ooods, Clothing, dassimefes, Hats and Gaps, Boots and Sboe?,
Trunks, Hoopskirts, Saddles aud Bridles, Groceries, Hardware, Potwar?, Crockery, Glassware, Bag?
ging. Rope, Cotton Ties, Sole and Upper Leather and Shoe Findings.
Always in the market for the purchase Of Ootton, Corn, Wheat and other produce.
W. S. SHAEPE,
JSOm V Granite Row*
Deo 9, 1809_24_=_
FOR SALE.
! GKIAjSTO ! !
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO per Ton, SC5.00 cash, or 570.00 November 1, 1870, approved
security, or mortgage on unencumbered Real Estate, with 7 percent, interest.
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE, for composting with cotton seed, per Ton, $45.00 cash, of
$50.00 November 1, 1870, approved security, or mortgage of unencumbered Real Estate, with 7 pef
cent, interest.
DISSOLVED BONE per Ton, $65.00 cash, or $70.00 November 1, 1870, apptdved security, or
mortgage of unencumbered Real Estate, with 7 per cent, interest.
PHOENIX GUANO per Ton, $50 00 cash, or $65.00 November 1, 1870, without interest, ap-?
proved security, or mortgage of unencumbered Real Estate.
WILC0X, GIBBES & CO.'S MANIPULATED per Ton, $05.00 cash, or $80.00 November 1,
1870, without interest, approved security, or mortgage of unencumbered Real Estate.
CAROLINA FERTILIZER, $60.00 cash, or $65.00 November 1, 1870, approved security, a*
mortgage of unencumbered Real Estate.
FLOUR OF BONE, per Ton, $05.00 cash, or ?70.00 November i; 1870, approved security, or
mortgage of unencumbered Real Estate, with 7 per cent, interest.
Drayage and freight, from Charleston will be added to theabove prices.
Having been appointed Agent at this place for the sale of the above named Guanos, I am now ma?
king arrangements for storage, and will keep on hand a full supply at the above prices.
I will also sell the PERUVIAN GUANO anu BAUGH'S RAW BONE PHOSPHATE,
flgy- Freights and Drayage on all Fertilizers cash.
W. S. SHARPE,
ISo. ? Granite Row.
Deo 9, 1S69_24
BLECKLEY & EVINS, CHERRY & BLECKLEY,
Anderson, S. C. Pendleton, S. C.
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THE above houses keep constantly on hand as large and well-selected STOCK of GOODS in the
various lines, as can be found in this country, and sell them as
Cheap for Cash or Barter as Anybody
Tho highest market price in cash or barter paid for Cotton and Country Produce.
\W Don't buy your Goods until you call and see them!!
October 21, I860 lt..
Leave your Orders for Fer?
tilizers.
WE are agents for the following Well establish?
ed Fertilizers, and cash but/era would do well to
leave their orders with us at once, in order to se?
cure a supply in timei.
Peruvian and Ground Bones, one-half each,
$77.00 per ton.
Sardy's Soluble Phospho-Peruvian, S67.50.
No. 1 Sardy's Amtnoniated Solu. Pacific, $62.50.
Baker's Island Guano, ex ship Eldorado. $57.50.
California (very similar to Peruvian) Natural
Guano, $77.50.
Pure Ground Carolina Bone Phosphate, in bar
rcls, (01 per ceni:. Bone Phosphate,) $37.50.
Pure Ground Land Plaster, in barrels, per bar?
rel, $2.50.
Soluble Ammonialed South Sea Guano, prepar?
ed for cotton, by B. M. Rhodes' & Co., Baltimore,
Md., $75.00.
Rhodes' Superphosphate, $67.50.
Orchilla Guano, $-12.50.
These are the cash prices in Charleston, and
expenses to be added.
BLECKLEV & EV1NS, CHERRY & BLECKLEY,
Agents, Anderson. Agents, Pcndloton.'
March 3, 1870 86
Schedule Blue Ridge Railroad.
ON and after this date- the following schedule
will be observed by the Passenger Trains ofcr
this Road :
up. nows.
L've Anderson, 4.20 p m L've Walhalla, 3 SO a m
" Pendlcton,5.20 Perryville, 4.10 "
" Perry ville, 6.10 " 44 Pendleton, 5.10 44
Arr. Walhalla, 7.00 44 Arr. Anderson, 6.10 44
. In cases of detention on the G. and C. R. R.,
the train on this Road will wait one hour for the
train from Belt on, except on Saturdays, when it
will wait until the arrival of the Bclton train.
w. h. ?. gaillard, Sup't.
? Mnrch 10, 1870 37
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE firm of S. BLECKLEY & CO., Pendleton,
S. C, has thin day been dissolved by mutual con
seut. All persons indebted to the late firm are
requested to call at once on Mr. John C. Cherry,
at the old stund, and make payment, as the busi?
ness ?tiim/ be closed, and by prompt payment, costs
to an officer will be saved.
S. BLECKLEY,
A. EVINS.
J. C. CHERRY.
Pendleton, B. O., Feb. 24, 1870. 36?4
WHOLESALE
Tobacco D e aler
0. H. P. FANT and W. S. KEBSE are my au?
thorised Agents for the sale of D. B; Leak's Cele?
brated TOBACCO, at Anderson, S. C. They keep
constantly on hand a large assortment of Tobacco,
at wholesale, to which dealers are invited. They
cannot be undersold by any tobacconist selling
the same quality of tobacco. All the tobacco is
warranted sound.
0. II. P Fast, Agent, Anderson Depot.
W. S. Keesk? Agent, Southwest Corner Brick
Range. D. R. LEAK,
Charlotte, N. C.
Jan 20, 1870 80
LAST CALL.
THE Books of Account of Evins Sc- Parker's
Saw Mill hare been placed in our hands for settle?
ment. Persons indebted can settle without costs
until April 1st. After that time suit wHl be com?
menced against all Who fail to arrange* their in?
debtedness.
J. H. "VVHITNER, Walhall?.
B. F. WHITNER, Anderson.
Feb 8\ 1870 12 2m
JAMES H. THORNWELL?
Attdi*ncy at Law,
ANDERSON C. H* S. O.
Itg** Office In the residence immediately oppow
site Dr. Cttter's, on Main street.
Feb 3, 1870 82 3m'
At Private Sale!
THAT VALUABLE TR4CT OF LAND, on
Eighteen Mile Creek and S*neca River, contain?
ing 1770 acres, formerly owned by James Steele.
The Tract will he divided to suit purchasers}.
Apply to W. H. D. GA1LLARD,
Pendleton, S. ?
Jan 6,1870 28
-Executor's Final Notice.
THE undersigued hereby gives notice that he
will apply to Major W. W. Humphreys, Probate
Judge ef Anderson; eounty, on the 6th day of
April next, for a final settlement of the Estate of
John McPhail, deceased, and for letters dismhwK
ry. C. 8. MATTISON, Ex'or,
March 3,1870 S6 6,

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