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For ?the Intelligencer.
Mr. Editor;?I have no doubt tbat the readers of tho Intelligencer will perceive from your selections of news matter for this week, that the Legislature of the State, which was convened by Gov. Gist for the purpose of electing Electors of President and Vice President of the United States, have not only discharged that duty, but in view of the election of Mr. Lincoln to the Presidency, which is how as? certained to be the fact beyond doubt, have gone on further to provide for the call of a Convention of the State. The objeijl of this Convention, as your readers will be advised in due time, will be to take into consideration our Federal relations, und determine for the State of South Carolina whether in the future she will remain in this Union upon terms of inequality with the other States of this Confederacy, or whether sho will establish ?her independence out of it. Yourreadors cannot fail 'to perceive that the Convention thus called will be saddled with graver responsibilities than have ev? er been devolved upon any other Convention hith? erto assembled in the State. The Senate, as we have learned, fixed the day of the election of dele? gates lo this Convention on the 8th of January next, and the meeting of the Convention oil the 13th of the same month. It seems to be the im? pression that the Ilouse of Representative will in? aist upon precipitating the election upon the people of the State at a much earlier day than that adop? ted by the Senate, and that the Senate will agree to it. If so, it is possible that this election, as important as it will be, will be had before the people shall be fully apprised that it has been or "dcred. It is to be hoped, however, that the time ?fixed by the Senate will be agreed upon, as that will afford our people sufficient time for reflecting "upon the importaut considerations which must and "ought to influence their choice of delegates to the Convention of the State. The election of Mr. Lin? coln to the Presidency of the United States has been a" just cause of alarm to the people of the South, aud they cannot fail to perceive in it an un? mistakable cvidci ce of the ascendency of a party &c?t upon the destruction of their properly, and tfheir equality as sovereign and independent States, it is now apparent to every man iu the land that tffctfiiiue Las conic when the people of the South, not the cotton States alone, but the fifteen slavc jbolding States must detenniuc definitely and for .?utr stðer they n:'c willing to give up the insti? tution *f .slavery, and remain in the Union, or whether they ?rill form a ?jiiihcrn Confederacy, and protect themselves and their property out of the-Union. This is the irfsue, and there is no mis XaEing*t. Tlio oouxtc of political events rbi' 'he lust c'igl\t or ten years have more forcibly impress? ed the nubik mind thai this is the alternative to "Which fhey hire been driven, this, the whole histo ry of thc-anli-riavery agitation prior to that time. The manner in which the election of Mr. Lincoln lias been received all over the Southern States, the profound sensation which It has created every? where, is confirmation strong es need Ia, thai the South are becoming aroused to the dangers which threaten their future. Now is the time for them j to say whether they do not believe the forMaiiou J of a Southern Confederacy is the only means of protecting themselves and their institutions for the J'uturc. Alabama was the first to declare that tlie principles upon which she had affiliated with (he Ifaticnal Democratic party were subordinate iu dignity and importance to the great question of; slavery; She took the lead in separating this from ?all other questions, and giving it its paramount importance in tho struggle which has just tcrnii ? Siated -so disastrously for the South. It was her positioti upon this sqbject in the National Demo? cratic Convention that divided the DemocraiL- par? ty aud precipitated the election of a Elack Repub? lican President u]>ou the country four years soon? er tt&ua it might Itavo otherwise happened. Will she, then, in the hour of trial be untrue to the po? sition which she has assumed for herself iu this jrreai struggle. As a Southern man, and a resis- ' tancu man, but a resistance man with tho co-piic ration of oae or more of oar Southern sisters/ be? cause 1 believe it is the only effectual mode or re? sistance, 1 hope aud trust she will never falter. I truot for the sake of the South and her iustitu tioxrs, thai Alabama will continue true to her posi? tion to the last: end now that Lincoln is elected, that she will declare in a convention of the Stare that she is ready and willing to unite with any of her sisters in dissolving the govcrnmcut of this Union. South Carolina is now ready and willing to go, and always has becu. She has only asked the co-operation of those who arc wronged in com? mon with herself, and whose destinies archers be? yond the power of human control. I? tho judg? ment of your humble correspondent, the other Southern States ought not to appeal to South Car? olina to take the lead in the measures of i'csi.s taJttc? .'hey deill'* to sec inaugurated, because the ?UleJ?s once passed upoi: the propriety of its do ing so, and her people have conduced it. Eut if the State shaS determine in tho elecUw" of dele? gates to the Convention now ordered, that ihc ( prospects of a co-oj)eration of one or more of the Southern States is greater now than iii 1851, and that she is now willing for this reason to reverse bcr policy settled then, by seceding from this Union alone, then, as a cititcn of the State, I shall cling to her in adversity as I have done in pros? perity. LUCIUS. foe-w Stands mi: Case ??Since 18-30 two more ircc Stt&es?Minnesota nnd Oregon?have been ad? mitted, .giving the North a-Senatorial majority of *?. ?Kansas will be admitted this uext win tea which will sacrease the majority to eight. Should "Honest Old AbeV administration go on smoothly. Nebraska, Washington, Chippewa, Idaho, Nevada nnd Arizona.wiU be added to the free list, making a Senatorial majority of twonty against the slave States, and a majority against them of perhaps. 110 in the House. The-question, therefore, of Union or disunion, :wiH haYc to be settled with Lincoln's election, be? cause acquiescence on the part of the Southern State* to ids administration will soon result in such ) am accirmu'iatSo*. of Northern anti-slavery strength In every department of the government as to render any subsequent StmUicrn secession movement, un? der any provocation, utterly foolish and impotent. The position of the Southern States will be like that of the Itab'an States after the European peace -of 1815. They will be put completely under the thumb of their Northern masters. The simple truth is, that in submitting to Lin? coln's election, the South must be content to pre? pare deliberately for the abolition of slavery from Dalaware to Texas. This is exactly what this thing means. The will and the power will be given, with Lincoln's election, to a party founded upon this ?"one idea," and pledged to this work ; and they -win do it-?'New York Herald. Xegi?lative Proceedings. "We publish the proceedings of the first four days in this issue, and next wbek will continue to givj* the action of the Legislature complete up to this time. The session which has just closed contains too much of interest for curtailing the reports a great deal, aud wo prefer waiting for the purpose of giving the proceedings entire. i For the Intelligencer. AsDiInso.v, Nov. 13, 18G0. Pursuant to notice, a meeting of the citizens of Anderson and vicinity was lield in die Court House this evening at 7 o'clock. Gen. S. M. Wilkes was called to tbc Cliair. and Jamos A. Hoyt requested to act as Secretary. The Chairman explained the object, of the meet? ing in a few pertinent remarks. He thought that the prime object was to form a company of volun? teers or minute men, but felt assured that the meeting would be pleased to hear from distinguish? ed gentlemen present on the politics of the day, and the great issues now before the people of the South. Hon. R. F. Simpson, Hon. James L. Orr, Hon. J. W. Harrison and Hon. J. P. Heed addressed the meeting. [We give a short synopsis of their views in another column.] At the close of these speeches, Mr. James A. Hoyt offered the following resolutions, which were unanimously adopted: Resolved, That in the jwigmeut of this meeting the South must resist the inauguration of a sec? tional candidate in the Presidential chair, and to remain in this Union after such inauguration, is lo submit to principles subversive of our dearest rights and interests. Resolved, That we approve of the action of the Legislature in calling a Convention of the people of this State, (o take measures for prompt resis? tance to Black Republican rule by secession from this Union. Resolved, That we Will abide the action of that | Convention, and support whatever measures may be determined ou for resistance. After the passage of the scrcsolutions, Col. Orr stated that he understood one of the objects of tIiis meeting to be the formation of a volunteer corps to tender their services to the Governor, if necessary, and he desired to enrol his name as a member of such company. Cpou'that understand? ing, about thirty gentlemen announced their desire to become members. On motion, it was Resolved, That the Anderson Intelligencer and Gazette be requested to publish the proceedings of this meeting. Ou motion, the meeting then adjourned. SAM'L. M. WILKES, ChVn. James A. Hoyt, Secretary. -* Federal Officers Resigning; Senator Chesxut sent in his resignation to the Legislature on Saturday, and it is stated that Sen? ator Hammond Will adopt tho same course. Judge Macratii, District Attorney Coxxkb and Mr. Colcock, Port Collector at Charleston, resigned thfc.'r positions when the news Of Lincoln's election reached .''icm. PROCLAMATION. Wll ICIUEAS, k i* proper and becoming a people who acknowledge the "hand of Ooil in even- event, and bow in reverence to Mis will, and who desire lo imitate the uMc example of their forefathers, not only in resistance 10 oppression and injustice, but in supplication for Divine aid ami counsel in this ntwuicutous crisut.of our country's history, to im uhtro a continuaaee ofllis:favor and interposition lo protect ars'.l sustain us in all the trials we may be called upon to undergo, and the dangers (a which wj may be exposed- Now, therefore, I. WILLIAM H. GIST, Governor of the Stale of Soulh Carolina, in obedience to a resolution of >:hc (leaend Assembly, appointing WEDNESDAY, the 21st Instant, a.? a day <>'' Fasting, Humiliation and prayer, make this my proclamation, inviting the clergy and people of ail dominations;, in this State to assemble a: their respective places of r.i?r shij), to implore the direclien :uid blessing ot* Al? mighty Cod in this our hour of difficulty, and to gire us one heart and one mind to oppose, by all just and proper means, every encroachment upon our rights. Given under my hand and the seal of the Stale, at Columbia, on the 13th day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred itnd sixty. WILLIAM If. GIST. Nov. 13; ISfiO 1J Ir Southern Rights Meeting at Craytonville. The citizens of Anderson and Abbeville Dis? tricts, irrespective of party names, arc invited to as? semble in Mass Meeting ;it Craytoirvrllc, on Satur? day,- the 17th day cf November, for the purpose of discussing the crisis which is upon us, and enrol? ling themselves ns Minnie Men. Hoil. J. L. Orr,. Hon. J. W. llurnson, Hon. J. 1). AshmoreV Geh. S. M. Wilkes, M.-ij. John V. Moore, and Col. Warren D. Wilkes, are hereby invited to be present and address the meet in 9. The Regimental Hand, at the request of some of the members, will meet at Craytonville on that day, i't'.r'ead of Haynie's. KxerC'^cs of tlie day will commence at 1OJ, o'clock, M. john MA?! )s. JAMES L'ilERSON, J. N. IfARKNEsu, J. 11. DRAKE, E. D. PRUITT, ROBERT PARKER, Nov. S. 18.50. Committee. Sheriff's Sales. BY virtue of various u-ritx <>f J-'iera Facias to mu directed, 1 will expose tu sale on Salcdar in De? cember next, Within the usual hours of sale, before the Court House doer a! Anderson, the following property, to wit i One track of laftd containing 186 acres more or less, on the wes? side of Seneca lUver, bounded by lands of William Palmer and others. And also, one track containing four acres ami twenty-nine rods, with a mill on it, and bounded by lands of J. J. Cor.ts and the other track: and one three-horse wagon, one sorrel mule. <?nc buggy and harness, and one negro girl named Kate; levied on as the properly of D. J. Ilix at the *uil of Brown Vandi vcr & Co., and others. Terms cash, purchasers to pay for all necessary papers. J, D. M. DOBBINS, s. a. 1.. November 8, 1 SCO. i-i ul. jSTOTICE. THE copartnership heretofore existing between J. C. C. PEATHERSTON k JAS. A. HOYT, in the publication of the Anderson Intelligencer is this diy dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. Hoyt becom? ing the sole proprietor. All demands against the firm of Feat hers ton & Hoyt will be paid by .Ins. A. Hoyt, und all moneys due the firm must be ;:>aid to kirn. J. C. C. FI- ATBKKSTON. JAS. A. HOYT. Nov. S, 18()0 13 tf " ATTENTIW! FARMERS!!" WANTED; at the "Cheap Corner,"' One Thousand bushels of well cleaned Cow Peas, for which fair prices will be p;iid. We have on hand a large stock of Fall and Winter Goods, for sale cheap. SLOAN, SULLIVAN & CO. Nov. 8, 18G0 13 tf Brown and Bleached Shirtings, and LONG CLOTHS. A large assortment of prices and qualities, very cheap by SJJARPE & WATSON. Nov. 1,-1860 12 tf ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Clerk. Jggj* Wc are authorized to announce Capt. IE 11. VAN DIVER as a candidate for Clerk of the Court at the next election. The friends of Col. F. A. HOKE announce him n candidate for Clerk of the Court for Ander? son District at. the next election. The many friends of ELIJAH WEBB, Esq., would announce him as a candidate for Clerk of the Court for Anderson District at the next election. To the Voters of Anderson District: "Many Fbiexds" have announced my name as a candidate for Clel-k of the Court at the ensuing election, and it is due to them, as well as to the voters of the District generally, that I should make a response to the announcement. At the close of my last canvass, I stated publicly that I did not expect to be again a candidate, and my purpose remained unshaken until December last, when my situation was in Inatly respects greatly changed? owing to my misfortune, which is known to the District. I was born and reared in this District, and am. perhaps, the oldest citizen of this town?have al? ways resided here, and hope that my bones may repose in her soil. 1 have received many favors from my fcllow-cilizeils, and have tried to discharge the trust they have so long confided to me with courtesy, zeal and strict fidelity. My past services and performance in the office is the best Guarantee I can offer the District for a faithful discharge of its duties in the future. .Many voters, therefore, and my friends generally, arc authorized to use my name as a candidate for re-election. ELIJAH WEBB. DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS! WE respectfully invite I lie Ladies and Gentlemen of Anderson Village and District to an inspection of our Stock of Consisting of Ladies' Black and Fancy Dress Silks, All wool French DeLnincs, with a large stock of Fancy DcLaincs, Fancy Poplins, Solid Merinos, Solid Cashmeres, Black Cashmeres, Black Alpacca, Fancy Plaids for children, &e, with a large stock of MEN'S WEAK, ? Contesting of CtiHtiiniercs, Tweeds. Satinet and N. C. Jeans, Tennessee truck for Trowscrs, &.c.; with a large stock of Calicoes, Plaids, Linscy, Gloves, Hosiery, Hair Oils. Extracts, Colognes, &c, All for sale cheap by SIIARPE & WATSON. Nov. 1, 1SG0 12 tf Dissolution. THE copartnership heretofore existing under the name and style of H. B. & J. L. ARNOLD is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons in? debted to said firm will please make settlements with 11. B. Aisxoi.i), as the note? and books of ac? count will remain in his hands for a short time only. So, now is the time to save cost. 11. B. ARNOLD, J. L. ARNOLD. Oof. 20, 18C0 11 H LIVERY STABLE. THE subscriber would respectfully inform the cit? izens of Anderson and surrounding Country that his STABLE A.t the 01<1 Stund is now open, with GOOU STOCK, where persons wanting anything in his line can be accommodated at SHOUT NOTICE and LOW 1*1! ICES, for the CASH ONLY. A call is respectfully solicited, but no credit. II. B. ARNOLD. Oct. 20. 1 Hit) 11 tit ISTOTIOE. TO RENT, a good place, in 24 miles of Anderson Court House, on the Audcrsonville road, with com? fortable buildings, and about 2') Acres of good bot? tom land and lit) acres of upland, mostly fresh? formerly worked by B. A. Keys. I will rent privately up. to the first Monday in December next, and if not disposed of by that time, will put it up to the highest bidder at Anderson C. II. oa that dav. J. C, KEYS. Nov. 1. lRti!) 12 :,i To Ali Concerned! ~~ THE subscriber has adopted the CASH SYSTEM, and will positively require the money for all work done in his Shop in the future. All indebted by note or account arc requested to settle immediately. By so doing, they will SAVE COST. This is certainly the last notice, as I must have moucv. THOMAS MAGILL. Nov. 1, 18110 12 4l Election Notice* THERE will be an election held at the various lmxcs throughout Anderson District on the second Monday in January next for Clerk of the Court for Anderson District, to till the vacancy occasioned by the equitation of the term of the present inctim bont. ELIJAH WEBB. c.c.a.d. Clerk's Office, Kor. 1. ISI',0 12~2m COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. THE undersigned on the 10th of September A D.. I860, formed a copartnership for the purpose of conducting the Dry Goods ami Grocery business in the town of Anderson, S. C, under the name and style of SHAKPE & WATSON. Said copartnership is without limitation, but may be terminated at any time by mutual consent. WILLIAM S. SIIARPE. JOHN B. WATSON. Oct. 23, 18(50 11 tf GROCERIES! GROCERIES!! SUGAR, Cofiec, Molasses, Salt, Candles, Teas, Cheese, Tobacco. Starch, Candies, Nuts, Soda, Pepper, Spice. Ginger, Mackerel; Sc., will be sohl ten cheap bv SIIARPE WATSON. Oct. 23, I860 11 tf BAGGING AND ROPE, At SHAKPE & WATSON'S. Nov. 1, 1S?0 12 tf THIRTY-TWO CASES OF BOOTS A1ND SHOES. Making the largest Stock of Boots and Shoes to be found in the place, consisting of Negro Brogans, boys urtd mens; Boots for men and Boysr; Wax Brogans at a variety of prices and qualities ; La? dies'Sewed and Pegged Boots and Buskins; Chil? dren's Shoes of all sizes and qualities, with copper toes. For sale very cheap by SIIARPE & WATSON. Nov. 1, 18G0 12 tf Kerseys and Linseys. JAMES G. GIBBES & CO'S. Kerseys n-nd LinscVs and Osnaburgs, will be sold by us, or given in ex? change for IVool. It is useless for us to say any thing'about the above goods, as they speak for them? selves. For sale by SHARPE & WATSON. Nov. 1,1800 12 tf t I. W. TAYLOEj No. 7 Granite Bow, ANDERSON C. IL, S. C. HAS just received .1 large and vrcll selc'ctcd Stock of Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, Such as Calicoes, DcLaincs, Homespuns, Twills, Jeans, Fancy Dry Goods. GROCERIES, Such as Sugar, Coffee, Salt in seamless sacks, M? lasses, Liquors of all kinds and prices, Bagging and Rope, Raisins, Cheese, Powder, Shot and Lead, Tobacco and Sogars. CROCKERY, Such as Cups and Suucers, and every description of Crockery. DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Paints. Oils, Window Glass, White Lead, Chemi? cals, The .Stuffs, Indigo, Madder. &e. AH the above articles will be sold below the mar? ket prices. Come one, come all, and judge for yourselves. 1 make no boast, but I promise to sell cheaper for the same articles than can be bought in Ander? son. I have the Goods, and if 1 cannot sell them, I am determined to give tliefn anay. Call and examine' my Slock before purchasing elsewhere, as. I tun certain 1 can give you entire satisfaction in but Ii prices and quality. IS 11 am W. taylor. OcL18, 1800 10 tf Furniture Ware-Rooms, Second Story of Masonic Building, ANDERSON C. H., C. yI*<IIE undersigned have received an elegant asso'rt _L incnt 'of FURNITURE of all kinds, which will be sold at the very lowest prices. We will keep constantly on hand a variety of Furniture of every .style and finish, and respectfully invite inspection from the citizens of Anderson and surrounding country. Call and examine, and we will suit you both in price and quality. 3Jai*l>le Yai'd AT ANDERSON C. ii. AND i'ENDLETON. Marble Slabs, Tombs, Monuments, Head Stones. &C., put up in the best style of workmanship and at reasonable prices. Letters cut at ?A cts. each; raised letters, 20 cents each. Mr. JOHN C. CHERRY is our authorized agent at Pcndlcton. LEAVELL & WHITE, Anderson t\ ii. Aug. 21, 18G0 2 ly Cothran, Jeffers & Co,, FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CIIAKLESTON, S. C. THE undersigned will continue the FACTORAGE and COMM1SSION BUS 1N ESS i 11 tl.is city. They beg leave to return their (batiks io their friends for the liberal putronngc extended t? (hem, and to so? licit its continuance. Particular attention will be giveff io the sale of COTTON, FLOUR, GRAIN, &c? and to all busi? ness entrusted to their care. WADE S. COTIIRAN, HENRY I.. JEFFERS; WM. 11. JEEFERS. Charleston, Sept. 10, 18C0 5?3m .Saddles* and "Leatlioi'. A good stock of Saddles and Hemlock Leather, Bridles, Girths, Ritts, &C, very cheap by SHARPE & WATSON. Nov. 1, 18G0 12 tf Hardware f Hardware! A large, well selected stock of KARDWARE, con? sisting of tl e following articles: Mellows. Anvils. Vices, Blacksmith Hammers, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Trace Chains. Tongue Chains, Slav Chains. Hooks und Hinges. Tea-ket? tles. Sad Irons, Homes, Horse Shoe Nails. &e, vcrv cheap i v SHARPE & WATSON. Nov. 1. JJGO 12 tf IRON AND NAILS. At SHARPE & WATSON S. Nov. 1. 1800 12 tf CLOTHING! CLOTHING! A large am. fresh stock of READY-MADE CLOTH? ING/ consitrting of Overcoats/ Bi^sitfess Coats, Dress Coats. Black and Fancy Cnssim'erc, Dusin'c'ss a'u'd Satinet Pauls, with a great variety of Vests, Liner, and .Marseilles Shirts, Gentlemen's Undervcsls and Drawers, will be sold verv cheap at SHARPE & WATSON S. Nov. 1, iMiO 12 tf MOORE & FEATH EE STOH, Attorneys at Law, HAVE formed n copartnership for the practice of I.uh in the Wotern-Circuil. Busiucs* entrusted to llicir care will be promptly attended to. The senior partner will also attend to any matter coming ander the jurisdiction of the Cottrl of Equity. Office in Mnsonie Building, Anderstin C IL. S. C. JOHN V. MOORE,..-.-.I. ('. C. FEATIIERSTON. August ! I, IS.'iO I ly MEETS regularly on every Saturday; evening a| 7 o'clock. Members are requested loMYc'punctual ?n attcu-wnc?. JW order of the W. P. .1 C. C. FE.vTIIERSTON, R. S. Oct. 20, 1800 11 Ij JOTASSK LODGE, No. 18,I. ?.oT ?. F. 8?-Mects every FRIDAY NIGHT, at 7 o'clock, at Odd Follows' Hall. The members arc required to be punctual in attendance. By order of the N. G. JAMES. A. IIOYT, Secretary. Sept. 11. 18(10 5 ly SHAVING, HAIR-DRESSING, &c. ii o u 'ih 1?. x s Would take this method cf informing the public that his HARDER SHOP has been re-fitted and newly furnished, lie is prepared to accommodate customers at all hrvvs, Sundays excepted. ??a?" Shop in the Benson- House. Aug. 28, 18(10 ? ly 100 NEGROES WANTED! Tili-l subscriber will pay the highest Cash prices i. r ONE HUNDRED NEGROES,'bet ween the ages of 12 ail venrs. *' W. S. SMITH. Anderson C. II. Sen;. 4, 1300 4 3m* ~W. W. HUMPHREYS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office at Anderson C. H., in Broylcs' new building, immediately below the Post Office and opposite tho Benson House. All business entrusted to him will meet with prompt attention. August I t. ISM' 1' ly NOTICE Is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that application will be made to the next Legislature of South Carolina to alter and amend the charter of incorporation of the town of Anderson in certain particulars. Aug. 28, 1800 3 3m DISSOLUTION. THE firm of OWEN* & LAN'GSTON is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The undersigned will continue the Confectionary and Fancy Goods business at the same stand. Sept. 18, 1830. S. H. OWEN. EVINS & HUBBARS? DEALERS IN anderson c. h., s. c. THANKFUL for the patronage heretofore given to' this house, we would solicit the same in the future. Persons wishing to buy Genuine Articles would find it to their interest to call and examine our complete Stock of DRUGS, MRDicmES, PAINTS. OILS. VARNISHES. DYE-STUFFS. FANCY ARTICLES. PERFUMERY. BRUSHES, ttr. Next Door td England 4r Bewley's, On the Northeast corner of the public square. do Y?tT"want Fine Shaving or Toilet Soaps, Colognes, Toilet Wa? ters, E (tracts and Essences, Hair l'omades or Oils, or any preparation for improving the Hair, Teeth,' or Skir.. call at EVINS & IIUBBARD'S DRUG STORE TO CKT A GOOD ARTICLE. IF YOU WISH TO BUY Soda, Cream Tartar, Starch, Indigo, Madder, Bo? rax, Whiting, Glue, Sulphur. Alum, Copperas, Linseed Oil, White Lead. Train oil. Lamp Oil, Sweet Oil, Spirits Turpentine, Alcohol, Seidlitz Powders, Yeast Powders. Putty. Ov Anything- Else Usually kept in a Drug Store, vou can get it at FAIR PRICES by calling on EVINS & H?BBARD, Who have constantly on hand a full supply of all articles in their line. IF YOU WANT PURE WINES AND BRANDIES For medicinal purposes,-you can obtain the very best brands at EVINS Ac HUBBARD'S. We call particular attention to all Preparations made by us, which we guarantee (6 be of the PUREST MATERIALS'. Country Physicians will find it to their advantage to call and examine our Stock and Prices. EVINS & HUBBARD, Next door to England & Bcwlcy, Anderson, S. C. Oct. 4, 18(H) ' 8 tf c losing* Business. Selling off at prime Cost! DETERMINED TO CLOSE BUSINESS, I WILL OFFER ?dtysi<5 Stdeic of T) ft Y GOODS AT NEW YORK COST, CALL AT NO. 1 GRANITE ROW, And Conviiice' Y?urselfl A. KE AKEE. August 14, 1800 1 tf J. T. PIOE^E, anderson c. h., s. c. Office?two doors west of Blccklev & Craylons*. Aug. 14, 18C)0 1 ly NEW LAWFIR3I. KEITH & WILKES, Attorneys at Law. riHIE undersigned having formed a copartnership j_ under the name and ytyle of Keith and Wilkcs. nrd will attend promptly to all business entrusted to them for the Districts of Abbeville, Anderson, J'ickens, Greenville, Spartanburg and Laurens. Mr. Keith will practice in'the Equity Courts in those Districts. Their office is at No. 8. Brick Range, Anderson C. II., S. C. E. M. KEITH::..WARREN D. WILKES. Attg 14 1 If FRESH ARRIVALS! Y'E weald respectfully announce to our friends a id the public generally, that we are how receiving o jr usual supply of wm ah? mini GOODS, lo an examination of which we invite all, and feel confident that we can suit anyone in both Goods and prices. Call and sc<r. SLOAN, SULLIVAN & CO., At'the " Cheap Corner." Oct. 4, 1800 8 3t Notice Is hereby given that application will be made to the next Legislature for an act incorporating the ?'Palmetto Riflemen," a volunteer military compa ny to be formed at Anderson. Aug. 28, 1800 3 3m NOTICE. Application will be made to the next Legislature for an act to incorporate Shiloh (Baptist) Church with the usual powers and privileges. Aug. 21, 1800 2 3m Southerners, to your Post! MARCH?! MOORES & MAJOR W&ULD respectfully invite the attention of the citizen's of Anderson and surrounding country to fheir large and well selected Stock of feS? m??&. Of direct importation by Messrs. Hyatt, McBurney & Co., of Charleston, TOGETHKU WITlt A J.M'.CL Sl'lTLY Of Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, IEOjST, salt, boot>s; shoes, hats, caps, Truu ks, "Valises, READY-MADE CLOTHING, &C. Part icular attention is invited Jo our large Stock of TOBACCO. &c., &c. Thanking tiic public generally for the. liberal patronage extended to us, we solicit a continuance of the same. K. B.?We are in the COTTON MARKET at all times. MOORES & MAJOR, No. 3 Granite Rott, Anderson, S. C. Oct. 4, 1860 8 tf FRESH STOCK! FRESH STOCK! -:o: Confectionary and t&MH %mm. THE undersigned having purchased tho Slock of Confectionaries and Fancy Goods of J. M. Part low, would inform the' public that he has now in i store anu is constantly receiving a full, supply of articles in this line, such as ! CANDIES, RAISINS, NUTS OF ALL KINDS. FRUITS. FRESH AND PRESERVED. OYSTERS, SARDINES, MACKEREL, GINGER, SPICE, PEPPER, TOBACCO AND CIGARS, ALE, PORTER. LASER BEER, WINES OF ALL KINDS, SYRUPS, &c. In tlie Fancy Good** Lino We have n?r extensive assortment, among which will be found Violins, Banjos, Accordcons, Tarj:bo rincs; Hair Brashes, Nail and Tooth Brushes, Combs, Port Monuaies; Writing Paper, Pens, Ink, Envelopes : Percussion Caps, Buggy and Ws gon Whips, and many other articles in this branch too numerous to mention. We invite the attention of the community gener? ally to our StoeR, comprised of an extensive varie? ty and winch- will be sold at thf most reasonable prices, fov Cash only. SAMUEL H. OWEN. Aog. Sffr 1930' 2 tf Splendid' Wholesale Stock of r?>M?i wry mum. HAMILTON EASTER & CO., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF foreign dry good?, ON THE UPPER FLOORS OF Nob. 199, 201 and 203, Baltimore Street, baltimore, IxvrrE the attention of WHOLESALE buyers to'their large and splendid assortment of FOREIGN DRY GOODS. j$A- Entirely 6t their own Importation, Selected by ouc of the firm, in the Slmmfactariiigf Districts of europe, And which, in VARIETY OF ASSORTMENT, GOOD TASTE IN SELECTION and MODERATE PRICES cannot be excelled by any House in the UNITED STATES. Aug. 11, 1860 1 8m SLOAN & TOWERS ARE now receiving and opening their NEW STOCK of Fall and Winter Goods, to Which they invite th? attention of all persoe? making purchases. It is useless to boast of our STUCK aud LOW PRICES?this is too common in advertising ; but we will say that our goods have been carefully selected, and that we are satis? fied that we can enter into hoaorable competition with any House in the place. CaU in and try us? and judge for yourselves. Oct. 4. ISoO 8 3t Gr?ns, Pistols, &c? "LOOK OUT FOR COMING TIMES!" PAY a visit to F. BREDA'S GUN STORE, at Anderson C. II., where you wiil find your choice in the greatest and finest variety that ever was brought to this State, as Rifles, Pistols by th? bushel, Double'Barrel Shot Guns, long barrels and small calibres of nil description, Walking Canes cf any quantity ar.U quality, Ladies' Leather Basketlf, and thousands other different Fancy Articles. F. BREDA. Oct. 4, 18G0 8 lm dental card. Dr. R.^l"fROST, Surgeon Dentist, (I,ATE OF CHARLESTON,) HAVING located in Anderson, offers his serviw* to its citizens and vicinity in every branch of hia profession. - N. B.?Particular attention paid to the regula? tion of children's teeth. ?Sy Rooms over E. W. Brown's Store. Aug. 28, lb'0'0 3 lj COURTNEY, TENNENT CO., prifet, Cutlcrj, 35 Hayne Street, Charleston, S. C. "KEEP constantly onhalul a large Stock of Plough -Steel and Nails of the best brand, at the lowest Cash prices. Oct. 4, 18G0 rt* ly Blue Ridg-c Railvoad. CARS on the Blue Ridge Railroad leave Pcndleto? on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, al 1? minutes before 4 o'clock. A. M. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at I o'clock, P. M. . . Leave Anderson on Mondays, Wednesdays ana Fridays immediately after the cars arrive from Bel ton. On TUcsday, Thursdays, and Saturdays, ou the arrival of the cars from Columbia. hats! hats! A large and well selected stock of Boys and Gents' Hats and Caps, embracing all that is new and desi? rable, at SHARPE & WATSON'S. Nov. 1, 1SC0 12 tf SAM'L. H. OWE?T CONTINUES to. repaid Clocks, Watches -nd Jcrrtltr at his old stand. AH work warranty Aug. 21, 1SS0 ?? tf