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The State Convention.
last dat. Charleston, Jan. 5.?President Jami? son received a- dispatch from Mayor Mon? roe, of New Orleans. He says: "New Orleans fully sympathises with Charles? ton in the perils to which t?hc is exposed, and will not fail to support her when oc? casion requires action." Mr. Ilutson inti*odueed an ordinance that all power necessary to make postal arrangements and enact postal laws be vested in the General Assembly. The or? dinance was passed. Mr. Keitt introduced a resolution per? mitting officers in any force, regular or Volunteer, raised under an order of the Convention, to hold seats in cither House Of the General Assembly, or any other of? fice. The resolution was adopted. Mr. Curtis offered a resolution that the late Commissioners to "Washington be re? quested to propare.at their earliest conve? nience, a written statement of their oral communication to this body, and commu? nicate their recent attempt at negotiations with the President of the United Slates fbr the deliverance of the forts and other State property. The said document to be deposited with the President of this body, with injunction of secrecy, until otherwise ordered. The resolution was adopted. Five thousand copies of the correspon? dence of the Commissioners to "Washing? ton and the President of the United States Were ordered to be printed. The table, chair and appcrtcnances used On the night of signing the ordinance of secession wereordered to be placed in the State House at Columbia. The adoption of an ensign was left to the Legislature. The Convention then adjourned. -1> Tue Fouti fi c ati o ns.?Su llivan's Isla n d was visited 3-estcrday by hundreds of people. Largo numbers likewise proceed? ed to the other points of fortification in the harbor, but very few were enabled to land and satisfy the all-absorbing curosity to learn what was going on. Fort Moultrie is being rapidly put in order by a largo force of workmen.? Thero are over forty South Carolina Kail road hands actively and constantly cm ployed under Mr^ Bryant. On the 4th instant, twenty hearty, strong negroes were sent down by the Pcv. Mr. Prontiss and set to work, and did work faithfully all night upon tho ramparts. Wo are pleased to record that the troops arc in good health and spirits? calm, confident and resolute, they await the time for action.?Charleston Courier. Lint.?An interesting circumstance connected with the lint, which the leach el's and pupils of the Columbia Female College (during this their present recess) are preparing for the use, if need be, of our Southern army, is, that4t is from lin? en sheets, spun and wove by a woman of the Revolution of 1778 (the great-grand? mother of one of the teachers of the insti? tution.) The women of one revolution, thus, as it were coming up to the help of another, even as the memory of the pa? triotism of tho women of the past causes to glow with increased ardor that of the women of tho present.?Carolinian. -o New Orleans, January 5.?Tho des? patch from the President of the South Carolina Convention to the Governor of Louisiana and the Mayor of New Orleans, that the Commissioners of Washington believe war inevitable, produced intense excitement here. Companies raising in Now Orleans to embark for Charleston, contemplate to obtain posession of two Spanish war steamers, now oft' New Or? leans, condemned by Government, also to neizc the forts on the Mississippi river im? mediately on tho secession of Louisiana. -: The National Intelligencerreminds those .who think that it is necessary for Lincoln to bo inaugurated in Washington, that Mr. King took the oath of office as Vice President of the United States in Cuba, from the hands of the deputy consul of the United States. The inauguration in Washington and the administration of tho oath by the Chief Justice of the United States is only a custom, to make the matter more imposing. A justice of ihc peace is perfectly competent to admin? ister the oath. -5? A letter from Senator Mason, in a let? ter fo a gentleman of Winchester, Ya., un? der date of Saturday last, says: In this condition of things, Virginia can be neither neutral or passive. The first act ofthe Legislature about to meet, I trust, will be to call a Convention; and the first act of the Convention, to resume all the sovereign power of the State by secession. --c* In addition to her other arms, the Slate I of Virginia has purchased 23 rille six pounder guns. The New York Independent suggests Major Anderson, of Fort Sumter, for Secretary of War under Lincoln. The Pome (Ga.) Courier says that on Sunday night snow fell at that place to the depth of three inches. Senator Bayard, of Delaware, has writ? ten a letter, despondent in tone, but still hopeful for the Union. Snow, eighteen inches deep, fell in Staunton. Va,, on Sunday last. ANDERSON PRICES CURRENT, Corrected weekly by England & Bewley. bagging, 1g to bale kobe. 0 ? 121 bagging twine, 25 adamantine candles, 25 ? 30 sperm candles, 45 ? 50 bio coffee, 18 ? 20 java coffee, 20 tea. go fi< 1.00 rice, 61 ? 7 n. o. sugar, 11 ? 12j. (c) coffee do. Ill ? 12 (b) do. do. 124 (a) do. do. 13 ? 13| crushed do. 14 loaf do. m ? 15 n. o. molasses, 65 west india do. 40 ? 45 salt. V sack, *2 25 cast steel, 22 ? 25 german steel, 14 (?) 15 blister do. 10 @ \'2\ swede iron, 01 ft 7 english do. '> ? f j band do. 01 ? 7 sheet do. '?' ? 10 castings, (? 1( nails, 5 0 6} rifle powder, $7 00 ? 7 50 blasting do. s5 00 ? 5 50 lead, 9 ?10 SIKtT. rri bag, s2 25 ?2 50 indigo, si 50 madder. 20 blue stone, 1? 01 18 linseed oil, $1 10 @> i 23 train do. 00 0} 1 00 WHITE lead. 25 lb kegs, s2 50 r<- 2 french glass, s "A 10, 3 00 (5 3 do. do. 10 y, 12, 3 60 ? 3 75 do. do. 12* 14, 3 75 ? 4 00 mackerel, in kits, No. s3 do. " " 2, 3 50 do. " " 1, 3 75 tobacco, 25 ? 50 yarn, $1 10 ?1 20 j shirting, 81 ? D osnaburgs, 11 ? 12' Country Produce. cotton, 8 ?01 flour. ? bbl., $s 00 ?v HEAT, 1 25 cohn, 85 to 00 meal, 1 00 lard. 15 @ 15 tallow, 10 to 121 butter, 15 eggs, 10 chickens, hi to 121 bacon, ling round, 15 to 15 beeswax, 20 rags, 21 peas, 8u to b5 AZ\ rsOUACKMKNTS. For Clerk. jp^j" Wc arc authorised to announce Capt. ii. r. VAN DIVER as a candidate for Clerk of the Court :it the next election. J5urf The friends of Cul. f. A. HOKE announce him a candidate for Clerk of the Court for Ander? son District at the next election. ggp. The many friends of ELIJA il WEBB, Esq., would announce him as a candidate for Clerk of the Court for Anderson District at the next election. To ih* Voters of Anderson District: "MANY Fkjexus" have announced my nntac as a candidate Air Clerk 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 t he close of my last canvass, I staled publicly ilia I I did not expect to bo again a candidate, and my purpose rem.lined unshaken until December last, when my situation was in man}' respects greatly changed? owing to my misfortune, which is known lb the District. 1 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 fellow-citizens, and have tried In discharge the trust they have so long confided to me with courtesy, zeal ami strict fidelity. My pasi services and performance in the office is tlie best guarantee i can oiler the District for a faithful discharge of its duties in the future. Many voters, Ihsreforc. and my friends generally, nix authorized to use my name as a candidate for rc-cJcction. ELIJAH WEBB. notice. THE Blacksmithing business in its various depart? ment*, together with the making and repairing of Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and oilier vehicles, will be carried on by (he under signed at the Shops lately occupied by R. L. Gniucs ? Co. Mr. John A. Reeves as my authorized agent will superintend the business, and patrons may rely, that all work will be executed with promptness, and in the very bcsl manner. J. P. REED. Anderson C. ii., Jan. 3, 1801 20 3l Make Settlements. ALL persons indebted lo R. L. Gnincs & Co. for the year 1858-59 and '00, arc requested to come forward and make settlement immediately, as the partnership has been dissolved, and the business must be closed. Open account* must he closed Uif noic or cask at once. Mr. .lohn A. Reeves, at the shop:', is my authorized agent to make settlements, and no receipt but his or my own will be recog? nized. Persons having demands against tlie firm will please present them to Mr. Reeves at once. J. P. REED. Anderson C. It.. Jan. 1. lSi'.O 20?if notice. THE copartnership heretofore existing in this place between the undersigned in the business of waggon and carriage making and black smithing, under the name and style of R. l. GAINKS & CO., has been this day dissolved by mnlual consent. All notes and accounts due the firm must be paid to J. P. Reed, who is alone authorized to make settlements. J. P. REED. R. l. GAIN ES. Anderson c. H., Dec. 8, 18G0 17?tf LAW PARTNERSB WILLIAM If. BERRY, hs-viiig been admitted to the Bar, is associated with his father. Bkxjami.n P. PsititY, in the practice of Law on th? Western Circuit, under the firm of PERRV & PERRY. They will attend the Courts of Abbeville, Ander? son, Bickens, Greenville, Spnrtanburg and Lau? ren s. Their office and address is Greenville, c. ii., S. c. Dec. 20, 18g0 10 4t pay up. THE Books and Accounts of the Drug Store of A. & T. .4. Evins, and also of T. A. Evins. arc now in our bands for collection, and must be settled. MrCOW.lN ? SLOJN. Jan. 8, 1801 20 tf HATS ! HATS ! A large and well selected slock of Boy:, and Gents1 Hats and Caps, embracing all that is new and desi? rable, at SHARPE & WATSON'S. Not. 1, 18G0 12 tf IRON AND NAILS, At SHARPE & WATSON S. Nov. 1, I860 12 tf Anderson Military and CLASSICAL ACADEMY. THIS Schopl has been in operation during the pnst year, and 1 lie success which hns attended it, indu? ces the Trustees confidently to believe that it may be made one of the leading educational institutions of the kind in the State. The health and good morals of the Town render if. one of the most de? sirable locations for a scat of learning in the Up Country. There is not a licensed bar in the place. The best advantages arc offered here for Military training, which is now considered a very important addition to the education of a young man. The South may in future require that most of her sons receive military educations, especially when it may be done without detracting from other studies. The uniform is a frock coat of grey material of Southern manufacture, nnd neat, but plain and cheap, so as to be in the reach of almost any one. Pants of tin? same material. There is a large and elegant parade ground attached to the building, which is in a quiet part of the Town. Students will be thoroughly prepared for the Citadel Academy, for any of the Colleges of the Stale, or for the active business pursuits of life. BS?" Good board may be had at ten dollars per month. The scholastic year will consist of one term of ten months, to begin on thcllih of January. 1861, and a short vacation will be given about July or August-, as may be thought best. The rates of tui? tion have been reduced, to meet the financial strin gency of the times. TERMS. Heading. Spelling and Arithmetic, per term. S1G00 The above, with Geography and Gram? mar, 20 00 The above, with history, Elements of Al? gebra and Philosophy, or cither, 28 00 The above, with Latin, Greek and high? er. .Mathematics, or cither. 30 00 jf^y- Payable per half term in advance. Capt. J. M. Adams a graduate of the State Mil? itary Academy, who has by three years ^service gained the confidence of the community, will take charge of the Mathematical and English depart? ments, and will give full instruction in military tactics and the art of war. The Classical department will be under the care of one entirely competent and fitted for the position, and whose name will be announced at an early day. JAMES Ii. ORK Cli'm Board Trustees. &X>'" No pupil will be placed in the Military de? partment against the wishes of parents or guardi? ans. January 3, 10(51 2i> . tf I. W. TAYLOE, No. 7 Granite Row, ANDERSON C. H., S. C. HAS just received a large and well selected Stock of Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, Such as Calicoes, DcLaincs, Humcspuus, Twills, Jeans, Fancy- Drv Goods. GROCERIES, Such as Sugar, Coffee, Salt in seamless sncks, Mo? lasses, Liquors of all kinds and prices, Bagging and Rope, Raisins, Cheese, Powder, Shot and Lead, Tobacco and Segars. CROCKERY, Such as Cups and Saucers, and every description of Crockery. DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Paints, Oils. Window Class, White Lead, Chemi? cals, Dye Stuffs, Indigo, Madder, &c. All the above articles will be sold below the mar? ket prices. Como one, come all, nnd judge for yourselves. I make no boast, but I promise to sell cheaper for the same articles than can lie bought in Ander? son. I have the Goods, and if 1 cannot sell them. I am determined to give them away. Call and examine my Stock before purchasing e'sawherc, as I am certain I can give you entire satisfaction in both prices and quality. 1S1IAM W. TAYLOR. Oct. IS, 18(50 10 if DRY GOODS! WE respectfully- invite the Ladies nnd Gentlemen of Andcnmn Village and District loan inspection of our Stock of Consisting of 1 adics' Black nnd Fancy Dress Silks, All wool Kreuch DcLaincs, with a large stock of Fancy DcLaincs, Fancy Foplins, Solid Merinos, Solid Cadi meres. Black Cashmeres, Black Alpaeen, Fancy I'laids for children, kc. with n large stock of MEN'S WEAR, Consisting of Cassiiiicrcs, Tweeds. Satinet and N. C. Jeans. Tennessee truck for Trowscrs, &c; with a large stock of Calicoes, I'laids, Linsey, (Hoves. Hosiery, Hair Oils, Extracts, Colognes, &c, All for sale cheap by SHARPE & WATSON. Nov. 1. 1800 12 tf COPABTrJS^SEI? NOTICE. THE un lersignetl on the 13th of September A D.. lsy.O. formed a copartnership for the purpose of conducting the Dry Goods and Grocery business in the town of A.idorson, S. C, under the name and style of SIIA.Xi3?I?: & WATSON. Said copartnership is without limitation, but may be terminated at any time by mutual consent. WILLIAM S. SHARPE. JOHN U. WATSON. Ocf. 2"., ISliO 11 tf SMALLPOX! SMALLPOX!! AS the Small Pox has been raging to some extent in Columbia, nnd it is believed that it. would cx tend to Anderson, I have just received some Vaeeint Mtttirr, nnd propose to Vaccinate nil persons, (especially children.) The Vaccine Matter is guarantied to bo good, and I think it is reliable. All persons wishing their children VACCINATED, will please bring them to my Store, No. 7, Gran? ite Row. ISHAM W. TAYLOR. Anderson C. II., Dec. 13, 1800 18?It COURTNEY, TENNENT & CO., ptfbtat, duttlcrg, ?nits, fit., 35 Haync Street, Charleston, S. C. KEEP constantly on hand a large Stock of Plough Steel and Nails of the best brand, at the lowest Cash prices. Oct. 4, 18G0 8 ly GOLD. GOLD is MONEY?Dental material is Gold ; and therefore I must have the CASH for Dental ser? vice, or keep my Cold. J. T. DORNE. Dec. 20, 1800 10 tf " ATTENTION! FARMERS!!" WANTED, at the "Cheap Corner," One Thousand bushels of well cleaned Cow Peas, for wliich fair prices will be paid. We have on hand a large stock of Fall and Winter Goods, for sale cheap. SLOAN, SULLIVAN & CO. Nov. 8, 18(50 13 tf ANDERSON DIVISION, NO. 20. MEETS regularly on every Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. Members are requested to be punctual in attendance. By order of the W. P. J C. C. FEAT11ERST0N, R- S. Oct. 23, 15f60 11 ly FRESH STOCK! FRESH STOCK I --:o: Confectionary and rTUIE undersigned having purchased the Slock of J Confectioneries and Fancy Goods of J. M. Part low, would -inform the public that he has now in store and is constantly receiving a full supply of articles in this line, stich as CANDIES, RAISINS, NUTS OF ALL KINDS, FRUITS, FRESH AND PRESERVED. OYSTERS, SARDINES, MACKEREL, GINGER, SPICE, PEPPER, TOBACCO AND CIGARS, ALE, PORTER, LAGER BEER, WINES OF ALL KINDS, SYRUPS, &c. In tlic Fancy Goods Lino Wc have an extensive assortment, among which will be found Violins, Banjos, Accordcons, Tambo rincs; Hair Crushes, Nail and Tooth Brushes, Combs, Bort Mommies'; Writing Paper, Pens, Ink, Envelopes; Percussion Caps, Buggy and Wagon Whips, ami many other articles in this branch too numerous to mention. We invite the attention of the community gener? ally to our Stock, comprised of an extensive varie? ty and which will be sold at the most reasonable prices, for Cash only. SAMUEL II. OWEN. Aug. 21, 18?0 2 tf Furniture Ware-Rooms, Second Story of Masonic Building, ANDERSON C. H., S. C. ' I HIE undersigned linvo received an elegant nssort _L mcntof FURNITURE of all kinds, which will be sold at the very lowest prices. Wc will keep constantly on hand a variety of Furniture of every style nnd finish, and respectfully invite inspection from the citizens of Anderson and surrounding country. Call nnd examine, and wc will suit you both in price and quality. Max*t>lo Yard AT ANDERSON c. H. AND PENDLETON. Marble Slabs, Tombs, Monuments, Head Stones. &c, put up in the best style of workmanship nnd at reasonable prices. Letters cut at 3.1 cts. each; raised letters, 20 rents each. Mr. JOHN C. CHERRY :s our authorized agent at Pendlcton. LEA YELL & WHITE, Anderson c. ii. Aug. 21, 1800 2 ly J. T. HOENE, ANDERSON C. H.p S. C. Office?:wo doors west of Blcckley & Cray Ions'. Aug. 14, 18G0 1 ly Saddles and. Leather. A good slock of Saddles and Hemlock Leather, Bridles, Girths, Bills, &c, very cheap bv Sil ARPE & WATSON. Nov. 1, ISfiO 12 tf Hardware! Hardware! A large, well selected slock of HARDWARE, con? sisting of the following articles: , Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Blacksmith Hammers, Bocket and Table Cutlery, Trace Chains, Tongue Chains, Slay Chains, Hooks and Binges, Tea-kct tlcs, Sad lions, Haines, Horse Shoe Nails, &c, very cheap by SHARPE & WATSON. Nov. 1. 1800 12 tf ISlno ISidjyo U2aili*oad. CIARS >n the Blue Ridge Railroad leave Pendlctori / on Mondays, Wednesdays und Fridays, at 1.7 minutes before 1 o'clock, A. M. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and' Saturdays, at 1 o'clock, P. M. Leave Anderson on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays immediately after flic cars arrive from Bel ton. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, on the arrival of the cars from Columbia. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! A large and fresh stock of READY-MADE CLOTH? ING, consisting of Overcoats, Business (.'oats, Dress Coats, Black ami Fancy Cassinicrc, Business anil Satinet Pants, with a great variety of Vests, Linen and Marseilles Shirts, Gentlemen's Undcrvcsts and Drawers, will be sold very cheap at SHARPE & WATSON'S. . Nov. 1, lStiO 12 tf MOORE & FEATHERSTON, Attorneys at Law, ttx-^'e formell a copartnership for the practice of JLJL l aw in the Western Circuit. Business cntsustcd to their care will l>c promptly attended to. The senior partner will ol*u attend to any matter coming under the jurisdiction of the Court of Equity. Office in Maiomic. Building, Aiidcntnn C. IL, S. C. JOHN V. MOORE.J. C. C. FEATHERSTON. August I I, ISit) 1 ly "V7. W. HUMPHREYS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, O.Tic>! at Anderson C. II., in Broylcs' neir building, immediately below the Post OKicc and opposite tho Benson House. All business entrusted to him will meet with prompt attention. August 14, 1SG0 1 ly NEW LAWFniM. KEITH & WILK[ErS, Attorneys at Law. rffMIE undersigned having formed a copartnership I under the name and style of Keith and Wilkcs. and will attend promptly to all business entrusted to them for the Districts of Abbeville, Anderson, Bickens. Greenville, Sparlanburg and Laurcns. Mr. Keith will practice in the Equity Courts in those Districts. Their office is at No. 8, Brick Range, Anderson C. II., S. 0. E. M. KEITH.WARREN D. WIEKES. Aug 14 1 tf DISSOLUTION. THE firm of OWEN & LANGSTON is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The undersigned will continue the Confectionary and Fancy Goods business at the same stand. Sopt. 18, 1800. S. H. OWEN. NOTICE. THE copartnership heretofore existing between J. C. C. FEATHERSTON & JAS. A. IIOYT, in the publication of the Anderson Intelliyencer is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. Hoyt becom? ing the sole proprietor. All demands against the firm of Fcatherston & Hoyt will be paid by Jas. A. Hoyt, and all moneys due the firm must be' paid to him. J. c. c. FEATBERSTON. JAS. A. IIOYT. Nov. 8, 1800 13 tf Election Notice. THERE will be nn election held at the various boxes throughout Anderson District on the second Monday in January next for Clerk of tho Court for Anderson District, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the expiration of the term of the present incum? bent. ELIJAH WEBB, c.c.a.D. Clerk's Office, Nov. 1, I860 12?2m SEVEN YEARS! rTUIE seven years of nnrivnllcd success attending tho Jt " Cosmopolitan Art Association," have mudo it a household word throughout every quarter of the country. Under the auspices of this popular Institution, over three hiin'trcd thousand homes bare learned to appre? ciate?hy beautiful works of art on their walb, and choice literature on their tables, the great benefits do rived from becoming a subscriber. Subscriptions are now being received in a ratio un? paralleled with that of any previous year. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Any person can become a member by subscribing Three Dollars, for which s..m they will receive? 1st.?The large and superb steel engraving, 30 x 33 inches, entitled, " FalslafT Mustering his Recruits." 2d.?One copy, one year, of that elegantly illustrated magazine, THE COSMOPOLITAN AST JOTTENAI. 3d.?Four admissions, during tho season, to "Tho Gallery of Paintings, 548 Broadway, 27. Y." In addition to the above benefits, there will bo given to subscriber?, as gratuitous premiums, over Five Hundred Beautiful Works of Art I Comprising valuable paintings, marbles, parians, out? lines, Ac, forming a truly national benefit. The .Superb Engraving, which every subscriber will receive, entitled, " Falstalf Mustering his Recruits," is one of the most beautiful and popular engravings ever issued in his country. It is dune on steel, in fine line ami stipple, and is printed on heavy plate paper, 30 by .''.s inches, making a most choice ornament, suitable for the walls of either the library, parlor or office. It? subject is the celebrated scene of Sir John Falstnfl* re? ceiving, in Justice Shallow's office, the recruits which have been gathered for his "ragged regiment." It coulil not be furnished by the trade for less than five dollars. The ART JOURNAL is too well known to the whole country to need commendation. It is a magnificently illustrated inagazino of Art. containing essays, stories, poems, gossip, <te., by the very best writers in America. The Engraving is sent to any part of the eonntry by mail, with safety, being packed in a cylinder, postago prepaid. Subscriptions will be received until tho evening of the 31st of January, 1861, at which time the books will close and ti c premiums' be given to subscribers. No person is restricted to a single subscription.? Those remitting $15, are entitled to five memberships and to one extra Engraving for their trouble. For further particulars, send for a copy of the ele? gantly illustrated Art Journal, pronounced the hand? somest magazine in America. It contains Catalogue of Premiums, and numerous superb engravings; Regular price. ?O cents per number. Specimen copies, however, will be sent to those wishing to subscribe, on receipt of 16 cents, in stamps or coin. Address, C. L. DERBY, Actuary C. A. A., 546 11 road way, X. Y. X. B.?Subscriptions received and forwarded by F. C. v. BORSTEL. Agent for Anderson, S. C, and vi? cinity, where specimen Engraviugs aud Art Journal can be seen. THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN, A Political and Xcws Journal; PUBLISHED AT COLUMBIA, S. C, Daily, Tri-Weekly and Weekly. BY CHARLES 1*. PELHAM. TERMS. . ? DAILY, - - . - - $0.00' TRI-WEEKLY, ... - 4.00 WEEKLY,.2.00 Payment in advanon invariably. THIS JOURNAL, now entering upon its third year under the present proprietor, is rapidly ex? tending its circulation aud influence. Founded and conducted upon the principles of State Rights, it enjoys the reward of public confidence and en? lightened approval. Entirely independent in its management, it has stood with unwavering confi? dence upon the soundness, integrity, and consis? tency of its principles. Through evil report, as well as through good, its voice has been heard in defence of the EQUALITY of flic South : its conn scls have ever been and arc for RESISTANCE to the wrongs attempted to be put upon us by a sec? tional majority. The Southern Guardian looks for support to the State and section whose rights, honor and interests | it has faithfully espoused and maiutaiucd. Southern Guardian Steam Printing Establish- ! nicnt? Having recently made large and choice additions to our .1011 OFFICE, from the best type founders in the country, we arc now prepared to do all kinds of Printing in as neat stylo and on as favor? able terms as any office in tho South. The premium for the best specimen of Book Printing was awarded at the late Fair to the pro? prietor of the Southern Guardian. All communications to be addressed to the South? ern Guardian, or to C. V. PELHAM, Columbia, S. C. Dec. 0, 1800 17 tf LIVERY STABLE. THE subscriber would respectfully inform the cit? izens of Anderson and surrounding country that his STABLE At the 01<1 Stand is now open, with GOOD STOCK, where persons wanting anything in his line can be accommodated at SHORT NOTICE and LOW PRICES, for tho CASH ONLY. A call is respectfully solicited, but no credit. II. B. ARNOLD. Oct. 2?, 1800 11 8t Cothran, Jeffers & Co., FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CIXAJ&31J3ST01V, s. c. THE undersigned will continue the FACTORAGE und COMMISSION BUSINESS in this city. They beg leave to return their thanks to their friends for the liberal patronage extended to them, and to so? licit its continuance. Particular attention will be given to the salo of COTTON, FLOUR, GRAIN, &c, and to all busi? ness entrusted to their care. WADE S. COTHRAN, HENRY L. JEFFERS, WM. II. JEFFERS. Charleston, Sept. 10, 1S00 " 5?3m TUE subscribers have a large Stock of Ready-Made Clothing, consisting of ' COATS, PANTS AND VESTS, Which they will close out at very LOW PRICES, FOR CASH, Or to punctual customers ON TIME. Call and examine our Stock before buying. Wo have also the celebrated GOIjDEN HIIX SHIRTS. SLOAN & TOWERS. Oct. 18, 1S0O 10 it P ^TEOISTIZE Southern Manufactories! JUST RECEIVED AT SLOAN & TOWERS, a lot of KAOLIN CROCKERY WARE, manufactured in Edgcfield District, S. C. This Ware is nice and cheap?every one should buy it. Oct. 4, 1800 S 3t BAGGING AND ROPE, At SHARPE & WATSOV'S. Nov. 1, 1800 12 tf EVINS & HUBfcARD, DEALERS IN' ANDERSON C. I!., 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, medicines. Paints, oils. varnishes, d ye-stuees, fancy articles, perfumery, brushes dec. Hext Door to Englcnd L Bcwley's, On the Northeast corner of the public square. DO Y??"WANT Fine Shaving or Toilet Soaps, Colognes, Toilet Wa? ters, Extracts and Essences, Hair Pomades or Oils, or any preparation for improving tho Hair, Teeth, or Skin, call at EVINS & HUBBARD'S DRUG STORE TO GET A fiOOD ABTrCLS. 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, Ox* Anj-tliinjy Else Usually kept in a Drug Store, you car. get it at PAIR PRICES by calling on evins & ii?bbard, Who hare constantly on band a full supply #f SjU articles in their line. IF YOlPwANT pure wines and brandies For medicinal purposes, you can obtain tho very best brands at EVIIS'S & HUBBAJRD'S. We call particular attention to all Preparations made by us, which we guarantee to be of the purest materials. Country Physicians will find it to their alvantogo to call and examine our Stock and Prices. EVINS & HUBBARD, Next door to Englaud & Bcwlcy, Anderson, S. C. Oct. 4, I860 8 tf Southerners, to your Post! m a K c Hn MOORES & MAJOR 1 WOULD respectfully invite the attenticn of tha citizens of Anderson and surrounding country to their large and well selected Stock of Of direct importation by Messrs. Hyatt, MoBunjey & Co., of Charleston, TOGETHER WtTII A LA SGI SUPPLY OP Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, IROjSJ", salt, boots, shoes, eats, caps. Trunks, "Valises, EEADY-MADE CLOTHING, &c Particular attention is invited to our large Stock of TOBACCO, &c, &c. Thanking the public generally for the liberal patronage extended to us, wc solicit a continuanco of the same. N. B.?We arc in the COTTON MARKET at aU times. MOORES & MAJOR, No. 8 Granite Kow, Anderson, S. C. Oct. 4, 1S?0 8 tf parmenter & campbell's sewing- machines, (BOOTH'S PATENT.) TUR subscribers call tho attention of thepublio t.o the above Sewing Machines. These machines arc reliable, simple, cheap and durable, and well adapted to sewing different kinds of cloth?from the liucst fabric to the coarsest plantation goods. It is wonderful the amount of labor they Rave. Ladies who hare tried them, are completely fasci? nated with the rapidity and neatness with, which their work is done. These Machines, now offered to the public of Anderson and Bickens Districts by the undersigned, through their regular Agent, Mr. John Hammond, arc thought to be superior to anything of the kind yet offered in this market, when you take into account the price, the simplicity of their machinery, and the case of learnmg to sew on them. The learning to sew is often diffi? cult, but on these machines it is thought to bo less so than on any machine the subscribers have seen. Price of Machine, S50.00; Hemmer, S5.00. The Machine may be taken cither with or without the Hemmer, as the purchaser may desire. For further particulars apply to the subscribers, or agcut, at Anderson C. II., S. C. A. P. CATER, CHARLES GAILLIARD, HERBERT HAMMOND. Sept. 11, 1SG0. ? tf rock island oas si meres AT SLOAN & TOWEKS'. IT is unnecessary to recommend this Goods?it recofmnends itself: its durability and fast colors arc known by all who have tried it. Try it, (yoa who have not.) and you will bo satisfied of th* truth of the above. Oct. 4, 1800 8 3t groceries! groceries !?! ? SUGAR, Coffee, Molasses, Salt, Candles, Teas, Cheese, Tobacco, Starch, Candies, Nuts, Soda, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Mackerel, &c, will be sold very cheap by S HARPE & WATSON. Oct. 20, 1800 11 tf JOCASSE LODGE, No. IS, L 0. of 0. F ?ST Meets every FRIDAY NIGHT, at 7 o'clock, at Odd Fellows' Hall. The members are required to be punctual in attendance. By order of the N. G. JAMBS. A. IIOYT, Secretary. Sept. 11, 1800 5 ly thirty-two cases OF BOOTS A3NT> SHOES. Making the largest Stock of Boots and Shoes to bo found in the place, consisting of Negro Brogans, boys and ^uens; Boots for men und Boys; Wax Brogans sit a variety of prices and qualities; La? dies' SeWcd and Pegged Boots and Buskins; Chil? dren's Siloes of all sizes and qualities, with copper toes. For sale very cheap bj \ SII.UPE Sc WATSON. Nov. 1,\1SG0 12 tf 15 kerseys and Linseys. JAMES G. GIBBES ;t CO'S. Kerseys and Linseys and Osnaburgs,\will be sold by us, or given in ex? change for Wool'.\ It is useless for us to say any thing about the aboV?^oods, as t/wy speak for them? selves. For sale by IIIARPE & WATSON. Nov. 1, 1860 \ 12 tf