Newspaper Page Text
County School Notice.
T* ~ WM. H. HAYNIE, School Commissioner for J_j Anderson County, in accordance to Section SOth of "An Act to establish and maintain a sys? tem of Free and Common Schools" for the State of South Carolina, did, on Saturday, the 26th instant, divide thecounty-of Anderson into School Districts, as follows: The lines established, and .heretofore known as Townships in this county, upon examination, were found well adapted for School Districts. Said Towuships are, therefore, adopted as School Districts as laid out and denned by the County Commissioners, and the numbers retained, except the Town of Anderson, which is hereby designated as School District No. 17. to be confined to the corporate limits of said Town. By adopting this course, the School Commissioner is enabled to comply with the requisitions of the law, and save the county the expense of a re Burvey. John B. Watson, Esq., and Col. Wm. S. Shaw nre hereby selected as members of the Board of Examination for Anderson county. > W. H. HAYNIE, School Commissioner of Anderson County. March 31, 1870 40 2 NOTICE. fTIHE County School Commissioner of Anderson County appointed Saturday last, the 26th day oi March, for the first meeting of the County Board of Examiners at Anderson C. II., at 10 o'clock a. m. The members nil being present, the Board was called to ordc* by the Chairman, and the following business was transacted : It was ordered that an election be held iu each School District in Anderson county on Saturday, the 16th day of April next, to elect three School Trustees in each School District in said county, said election to be conducted by the following named gentlemen, viz: Jfo\-l. Fork District.?D. L. Cox to preside, and fl. Rv Vandiver to act as Secretary. - 2. Fendkton District?J. B. Sitton to preside, and Peier McPhail to act as Secretary. 3. Qatcin District.?James Mulligan to preside, khd Larkin Newton to act as Secretary. 4. Brushy Creek District.?J. W. Koseman lo preside, and Wm. S. Pickens to act as Secretary. 5. Bock Milts District.?Tapley Anderson to preside, and Jas. L. Simpson to act as Secretary. 6. C'.ntreville District.?D. M. Watson to preside, and A. A. Dickson to act as Secretary. 7. Sopewell District.?Welborn Duckworth to preside, and Harrison Anderson to act as Secretary. 8. Williamsion District.?John L. Williams to preside, and J. J. Acker to act as Seoretary. 9. Savannah District.?W. A. Glenn to preside, and John M. Phillips to act as Secretary. 10. Varenncs District.?A. 0. Norris to preside, and W- S. Hall to act as Secretary.. 11. Broadway District.?Thoma*Erskine to pre? side, and S. M. Geer to act as Secretary. 12. Belton District.?M. Breazeale to preside,, and W. D. Wilkes to act.as Secretary. 13. Corner District.?J. H. Itcid to preside, and War. Hamilton to act as Secretary. 14. Hall District.?James S. Beaty lo preside and Wm. B. Watson to act as Secretary. 35. ?lartm District?Reuben Cliukscales to pre s:.de, and James A. Drake to net as Secretary. 16. Honea Bath District.?J. M. Grcer to pre side, and J. J. Shirley to act as Secretary. 17. Anderson C. H. District.?J. S. Murray to preside, and W. J. Ligon to act as Secretary. The election to be held at Anderson C. H. The elections in the other sixteen districts will be held at the places where the Selectmen met and held elections when the aforesaid districts 'were known as Townships. The polls to open at 9 o'clock a. m., and close at 4 o'c'ock p. m. On motion, it was unanimously .agreed by the Board of Examiners to urge upon the citizens in the various School Districts in the county the im* portance of turning out on the day of election and necaring by election three competent and good men as Trustees for their School District. Upon n close examination-of the law, it will be seen that these Trustees have powers delegated to them un der the Act which, if properly discharged, will prove a blessing to the District they represent. The election of incompetent men to said office will be a source of much confusion and annoyance to the School District. A close examination of the Act will at once convince every reader of the im portance of this suggestion. WM. H. HAYNIE, _ Chairman Board of Examiners. March 31, 1870 4U 2 M. MIR, ACBNf, IS NOW OFFERING DBY GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES, &c, EXCEEDINGLY CHEAP! H E having returned from markgt with a new and complete stock of EVERYTHING and ANY? THING. Ia consequence of the decline in COTTON and GOLD, Goods went DOWN, and Mr. M. Lesser very sensibly took advantage of the decline, went to market, purchased bis Goods for CASH, and MUCH CHEAPER than he has ever done since the war. Upon looking around his Store, we no? tice that he has a very fine and well selected stock of Calicoes, Mozambiques, Peqne, DeLaines, Muslins, Silks, Jaconets, Swiss's, Brilliants, Linens, Sheetings, Shirtings, Blea. Goods, Bed Ticking, Alpacas, Hoop Skirts, Corsets, Balmorals, Ladies' Hats, Ladies' Shoes, Bonnets. IS TUT GENTLEMENS' DEPARTMENT We saw an excellent stock of Cas8imeres, Broadcloths, Cottonades, Denims, Satinetts, Linens, Coats, Vests, ^ Pantaloons, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes. In fact, he has got everything from a "Shoo Fly Neck Tie" to a bottle of Sumter BiUers. We would advise all persons wishing to purchase to give M. Lesser a call. March 24, 1870 39 NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS! WILSON & HEED BEG lo announce that they are now opening an entirely new stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, Which they have purchased at astonishingly low figures, and are willing to sell at short profits. They have a complete assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries/Hardware, Crockery, And in fact everything usually kept in a retail store, but particular attention is invited to the stock of Ladies' Dress Goods and Trimmings, Cloths and Cossimeres for Gents, and Furnishing Goods in every variety. We will sell STKICTXY FOR CASH, Or will barter goods for Country Produce. We are located at McCoIly's well-known Corner, and will be pleased to receive our friends and endeav? or to suit them in goods and prices. JAMES WILSON, J. P. REED, Jr. March 24, 1870 89 8m Flour, Bacon, Corn, &c. AFINE lot of Flour, Bacon. Corn, &<:., on hand, and for salo cheap by M. LESSER, Agonl. March 24, 1870 39 SHERIFFS SALE. IN THE COMMON PLEAS?EQUITY SIDE, ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA. John L. Williams vs. Mrs. McDavul and husband, N Robert McDavid, John R. Mattison, etal.?Bill 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 33J aorcs, situated within or uear (he corporate limits of the town of Belton, bounded by Q. & C. R. R., lot of W. C. Brown, -Tel ford and others. LOT NO. 2, Containing 14J acres, bounded by G. & C. R. R.. lots of B. P. Boggs and lots No. I and 3. LOT NO. 8, Containing 39J acres, bounded by land of Ira C. Williams, G. & 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. WilUngkam and lot No. 4. Terms.?One-third cash, the balance on a credit of twelve months, with interest from day of sale, purchaser to give bond with approved sureties, and 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. II. Daniels, et al.?Petition for Par Miou. BY viriue of an order from W. W. Humphreys, Probate Judge for Anderson county, to me direct? ed, I will expose to sale ou Saleduy 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 months, except the jcost of these proceedings, which must be paid in cash-^purchnser to give bond with approved surety, and a mortgngeof the premises to secure payment of the purchase mon? ey?purchaser to pay for stamps, titles and taxes due on said house and lot. WM. McGUKIN, Sheriff Anderson County. March 10, 1870 37 4 Sheriff's Sale. In the Probate Court?Anderson County Lewis Cromer vs. Nancy Crotner, and others. BY virtue of an order in this ca$e to me directed from W. W. Humphreys, Judge of Probate, I will expose to sale on Saleday in April ne Ander? son C. 11., the Tract of Land Described in the pleadings, known as Lot No. 2 of the Real Estate of Jacob Cromer, deceased, con? taining NINETY ACRES, bounacd 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 SHERIFFS SALE. BY virtue of n Writ of Fiera Facias to me di? rected, I will expose to sale ou Saleday in April next, before the Court House door, within the usual hours of sale, the following properly, viz: One Lot in Pendleton Village, containing four acres, more or less, with a dwelling house thercou und outbuildings, levied on as the property of H. J. Knauff, at the suit of Wm. M. Bellottc. One Buggy, levied on as liie property of A. J. Shaw, at the suit of James W. and W. N. Wilson, Administrators. Terms cash?purchasers lo pay for titles, stamps and deeds. WM. McGUKIN, Sheriff. March 10, 1870 37 Administrator's Sale and Notice. THE undersigned, as Administrator of the Es? tate of J. N. Emerson, deceased, will offer for 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 final settlement of the said Estate, and a discharge therefrom. \ S. J. EMERSON, Adra'r. March 17, 1870 38 3 Administrator's Sale arjd Notice. THE undersigned, as Administrator of the Es-, t?te of Wm. H. Acker, deceased, will offer for sale at public outcry, at Anderson C. IL, 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 dny of April next, for a final settlement of the said Estate, and a discharge therefrom. J. S. ACKER, Adtn'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 Estale of said deceased, consisting of Household and Kitchen Furniture, Stock of Cattle, Wagon, Blacksmith Tools, &o. Terms cash. E. W. WEBB, Adm'r. March 17, 1870 38 3* AUCTION SALE! WILL be sold, immediately aftor the Sheriff sales on the first Monday in April next, the Household and Kitchen Furniture of Brown's Hotel, one Cow and Calf, three Hogs, and some Farming Implements. A. M. HUNT. March 24, 1870 30 2 IMPORTANT NOTICE. I AM now selling our stock of Goods at COST and REDUCED PRICES, to close up the busi? ness of Towers & Burriss. Examine our stock and prices before you buy. A. B. TOWERS, Survivor of Towers & Burriss. March 10, 1870 37 4 You had better Believe It. ALL persons owing me money had better come forward and pay up, or they will certainly be sued. M. LESSER, Agent. March 24, 1870 89 Groceries. SUGAR, Coffee, Tea. Syrups, and all kinds of Groceries can be had, at reduced prices for cash, by going to M. LESSER, Agent. March 24, 1870 89 The Sponduliz! HAVING purchased my Goods for cash, I want it strictly understood that I must have cash for them. M. LESSER, Agent. March 24, 1870 ?9 mm El Hi DYSPEPSIA& INDIGESTION SOLD EVERYWHERE IE.M0ISE&D PROPRIETORS & WHOLESALE DRUGGIsts FU? silc in Anderson by Walters Sc Baker, Wliolcsale and Retail Druggists. tf3T" By & 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 Cm MAKING ROOM FOR SPRING STOCK! KEESE & KING ARE offering their entire stock of Dry Goods at COST for CASH. This is no humbug. Come and sec, and judge for yourselves. 3-4. SHIRTINGS;. He 7-8 do. . 13c. FACTORY YARN....S2.00. CALICOES. 8 to 13c. BLEA. SHIRTINGS... 8 to 18c. KENTUCKY JEANS.. 20 to-30c. TWEEDS. 50 to 60c. SATINETS. .40 to 75c. CASSIMERES. 50 to S2.00. COATS.:_$2.50 to 10.00. PANTS. 100 to 3.00. VESTS. 1.00 to 2.00. HATS. 50 to 3.00. BOOTS and SHOES at very small profits. Al? so, GROCERIES and HARDWARE at reduced prices. All we want is for you to come and see. Country produce will be taken iu exchange for goods at cash prices. KEESE & KING. March 3, 1870 86 5 LIFE INSURANCE. SOUTH CAROLINA GENERAL AGENCY, "J Pikdmont & Arlington Like Company V * Of Virginia, March 4th, 1870. J WE hereby appoint Capt. GEORGE B. LAKE Superintendent of Agencies for the Pied mout & Arlington Life Insuranoc Company, for the Stale of South Carolina, with authority to ap? point and instruct Agents. This appointment in no way to interfere with Agencies already estab? lished. gSaT1- Letters addressed to Capt. Lake at Edge field o. H. will receive prompt attention. LEAPHEART, JEFFERSON & RANSOM, General Agents. March 17, 1870 38 5 In the Probate Court?Anderson. Francis Cox and Mary Cox vs. Win. Henry Cox and others.? Petition for Partition, Relief, ?$-c. IT appearing to my satisfaction flint Elizabeth Acker, Wm. M. Cox. Francis (.'ox, Elizabeth Cox and Staunton Cox. Defendants iu this case, reside beyond the . limits of this Stale. On motion of Reed & Brown. All'ys. Pro. Pet., Ordered, That said Defendants do appear and plead, answer or demur to said petiti.n within forty days from flic first, publication hereof, or the same will be taken pro cunfesso ngainst them. W. W. HUMPHREYS, Judge of Probate. March 10, 1870. 37 G In Equity-?-A-iKlerfson. John L. Williams, Administrator, vs. Mrs. F. C. McDavid and husband, Robert McDavid, John Mattison and olhors.?Bill to sell lands to pay the debts of Len is A. Williams, deceased, JOHN MATTISON and all other creditors of Lewis A. Williams, deceased, arc 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! NOTICE! ALL delinquent Tax Payers in the Town of An? derson for the ;*ears 18(19 end 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. >V. H. NARDIN, Clerk of Council. March 10, 1870 '37 4 Notice I WILL sell al Anderson C. H., on Saleday in April next, all the NOTES and ACCOUNTS be? longing to the old firms of Brown & Cobb, for cash, as surviving pariner. 1 will also apply to the Probate Judge of Anderson count}', on the 15th of April for a final settlement of the Estate of Dr. M. O. Cubb, and a discharge of the Ad luiuistratorship of said Estate. W. C. BROWN, One of the Adm'rs and stirviviug Partner. March 10, 1870 37 4* Executor's Notice of Final Settle? ment. rriHE undersigned hereby gives notice that he I will apply to the Probate Judge of Ander? son county on Saturday, the 10th of April next, for a final settlement ol the Estate of J. G. Mcck lin, deceased, and for letters of dismission from said Estate. L. C. CLINKSCALES, Ex'r. March 17, 1870 88 5 WANTED I FIVE HUNDRED CASH CUSTOMERS to close out our slock of Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery aud Glassware, at reduced prices. A. B. TOWERS, Survivor of Towers & Burriss. March 10, 1870 37 4 DR. JASPER BROWNE Has again resumed the Piacticc of MEDICINE AND SURGERY. Stobbvillb, March 1, 1870. 87 4 AT COST FOR CASH. I WILL sell at Cost?for Cash?Calico, DeLaine, Flannel, Homespun, checked and stripod Home? spun, Hoop Skirts, &o. (a. b. Towers, Survivor. Maroh 10, 1870 37 4 " BENNETT & HEESE. Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned have this day formed a co? partnership, under the name and style of BEN? NETT k KEESE, for the purpbse of ddirJg a General Merchandise Business. ? . WM. C. BENNETT, WM. S. KEESE, Southwest corner Brick Range.. Anderson C. H., S. 0., Deo. 1st, 18G9. IRON and STEEL JUST Received, a lot of Plow Steel and Swede Iron. For sale by BENNETT k KEESE, Southwest corner Brick Range. POTS, OVENS and BAKERS! For sale by BENNETT k KEESE, Southwest corner Brick Range. SUGAR and COFFEE ! For sale by BENNETT & KEESE. Southwest corner Brick Rango. 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 Rango. COME AND SEE BENNETT k REESE'S NEW STORE, Southwest corner Brick Range. Hemlock, Sole, Kip and Calf Skins, For sale by BENNETT & KEESE, Southwest corner Brick Range. NORTH BiIVER HAY. 25 Bales North River Hay for sale by BENNETT k KEESE, Southwest corner Brick Range, . BENNETT & KEESE Are always in the cotton market, Southwest corner. Brick Range. WANTED} 100,000 pounds Cotton Rags, for which the highest cash price will be paid hy BENNETT k KEESE, Southwest corner Brick Range. E. Frank Coe's Superphosphate, And Coe's Pure Dissolved Bone, equil to any commercial manures that can be procured, either for cotton or corn. Superphosphate, SG0 per ton in Charleston. Pure Dissolved Bone, S?2 " " *? FELZER, 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 k KEESE, Southwest corner Brick Range. March 3, 1870 JUST RECEIVED, 6 barrels Polo Rico Molasses, 6 Muscovado do, 5 " Knight's Syrup, 5 N. O. . do, For sale by BENNETT & KEESE, Southwest corner Brick Range. March 8. 1870_ If you want the best Manure for COTTON, Try Coe's Superphosphate, for sale by BENNETT k KEESE, Southwest corner Brick Range. March 3, 1870 Clothing at First Cost! For sale by BENNETT k KEESE, Southwest corner Brick Rango. 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 & KEESE, Southwest curuer Brick*Runge. March 3, 1870 Wheat Bran. 200 bushels Wheat Bran, in 4 bushel sacks, For sale by BENNETT k KEESE, Southwest corner Brick Range. March 3, 1870 Come and See BENNETT k KEESE, if you want Bacon, Lard, Flour and Corn. They yell entirely for cash, at very smull profits. Don't forget the place, ^ Southwest corner Briok Range. March 8, 1870_ CHEESE. S5 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 k REESE S, SonlhWest corner Brick Range. March 17, 1870_ 1,000 POUNDS Wrapping Paper to exchange for Rags, by BENNETT & KEESE, Southwest corner Brick Range. March 17, 1870_ Gents' and Boys' Hats, At Cost, at BENNETT & REESE'S, Southwest corner Brick Range. . March 17, 1870_ All Dry Goods sold at First Cost, Until the 10th day of April next, hy BENNETT & KEESE, Southwest comer Brick Range. March 17. 1870 _ IRISH POTATOES. Nearly out?by BENNETT & KEESE. Southwest corner Brick Range. March 17, 1870 _ BACON and LARD. 5,000 pounds of Bacon, 500 pounds of Lard, For sale by BENNETT & KEESE, Southwest corner Brick Range. March 17, 1870_ Gentlemen and Ladies! Don't forget to call on BENNETT & 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 comer Briok Range. March 17, 1870 WM. M. BIRD & O?.'S YESTAL OIL, FOR ILLUMINATING. Put up in Five and Ten Gallon Packages, for Family Use. NO MORE EXPLOSIONS. SAFETY GUARANTEE!}! BURNS longer than ordinary Oil, and above all is perfectly safe. Read what Profeasor SHEPARI) 6ay?: ..... . "Laboratory or the Medical College, Charleston, S. <?., October 24,1869. Messrs. Wm. M. Bird $ Co.?Gentlemen : I have examined the sample of Vestal Oil sent by y?o'; and determined the 'fire point,' i.e. the temperature at which the oil becomes inflammable, to be above 130 degrees Fahrenheit. The Uuited Stales standard requires 110 degrees Fahrenheit, As the 'tti point" of this Oil is 20 degrees Fahrenheit above the required standard, the Oil ia to be regarded aa safe, and thus supplies a great want of the community. Very respectfully, ' CHARLES U. SHEPARD, Jr.,; M. tf:" WM* M. BIRX? Sc CO., SolcPr?prietor?, , And Denlers in Strictly Pure Oils and Faints, No 203 East Bay, Charleston, S. C; Walters &c Bakor, Agents, Anderson, S. C. Jan 13. 1870_29_ _ _ gm ETTvV^AN GUANOS, . SOLUBDE MANURES, and SULPflUltfC ACID, MANUFACTURED A* CHARLESTON, under the direction of DR. N. A. PRATT, Chemist for the Sul? phuric Acid and Super-Phosphate Company. Soluble Phosphoric Acid, in the form of Soluble Phosphate of Lime, or Dissolved Bone Phosphat?, is the basis of all good Fertilizers, and these are valuable in the ratio of Soluble Phosphoric Atid which is in them. The immense deposits of Phosphatic Guanos 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 Its insoluble phosphate soluble in water, and thus made capable of being taken up by growing plant*. The insoluble Phosphate found in. any commercial Fertilizer is Of no more value to the plant than the original Phosphute 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 Centage of Soluble Phosphate. Impressed with these truths, the Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosphate Company have, erected at Charleston the first extensive Acid Chambers South of Baltimore; and are able to offer to plan? ters the highest per centage of Soluble Phosphate of Lime known in any market. Their Fertilizers are offered under two forms: 1. ETI WAN, NO. J.?Pure Soluble Phosphate, guaranteed to contaiil 24 per Cent, Of Dissolved Bone Phosphate of Lime, S60 per ton, 10 per cent, discount for cash. 2. ET1WAN, NO. 2.?Peruvian Superphosphate, guaranteed to contain 20 per cent, of Dissolved Bone Phosphate, and H to 3 per cent of Ammonin., with a sufficient addition of Peruvian Guano to ndapt 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 t? ^iix into any oilier compost, and we suggest that this is the best and cheapest method for manufac? turers to transport the Sulphurio Acid contained in the mixture. Will be sold at a Sied rate for" each per centage. ? WM. C. BEE & CO., Agrentti* IVo. 14 Adgers Wharf, Charleston, S. C. J3. JT. Crayton Sc Sons, Agents at Anderson. Jan G, 1870 28 8m TO CJlSH BUYERS -o I AM NOW PREPARED TO SHOW OTIE Uli SS IN THIS MARKET; MT stock consists in part of Dry Goods, Clothing, Gassimefes, Hats and Gaps, Boots and Shoos, Trunks, Hoopskirts, Saddles and Bridles, Groceries, Hardware, Pqtware, Crockery, Glassware; Bag. ging Rope, Colto? Ties. Sole and Upper Leather and Shoe Findings. 53f Always in the market for the purchase of Cotton, Corn. Wheat and other produce. W. S. SHARPE, No. V Granite Row; Deo 9, 18G9 _ _24^_.. _ FOR SALE. G-U^LlNrO! GRJJlNC) !! SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO per Ton, $05.00 cash", or S7?.00 November 1, 1870, approved security, or mortgage on unencumbered Real Estate, with 7 per cent, interest. COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE, for composting with cotton seed, per Ton, ?45.00 casji, dr $50.00 November 1, 1870, approved security, or mortgage of unencumbered Real. Estate, with 7 per' cent, interest. DISSOLVED BONE per Ton. $65.00 cash, or 570.00 November 1, 1870, approved security, dr mortgage of unencumbered Real Estate, with 7 per cent, interest. PHOENIX GUANO per Tou, S?OOOcash, or $65 00 November 1, 1870, without interest, ap1 proved security, or mortgage of unencumbered Real Estate. WILCOX, GIBBES & CO.'S MANIPULATED per Ton, $65.00 cash, or S80.00 November 1, 1870, without interest, approved security, or mortgage of unencumbered Real Estate. CAROLINA FERTILIZER., $60:00 eash, or ^05.00 November 1, 1870, approved security; Jr' mortg.tge ot unencumbered Real Ectatc. FLOUR OF BONE, per Ton, $05.00 cash, or 570.00 November 1; 1870, approved seourity; or mortgage of unencumbered Real Estate, with 7 per cent, interest. I Drayage and freight from Charleston will be added to the above prides. Having been appointed Agent at this place for the sale of the above named Guanos, I am now m*-? king arrangements for storage, and will keep on hand a full supply at the nbove prices. I will also sell the PERUVIAN GUANO and BAUGU'S RAW BONE PHOSPHATE; J5?gy* Freights and Drayuge on all Fertilizers cash. w. S. SHARPE, iNo. t Granite Rowj Dec 9, 1869 24 BLECKLET & EVINS, CHERRY & BLECKLEY, Anderson, S. C* . Penilleton, S. C. THE above houses keep constantly on hand as large and well-selected. STOCK of GOODS in lh8 various lines, as can be found in this Country, arid sell them as Cheap for Cash or Barter as Anybody, The highest market price in cash or barter paid for Cotton and Country Troduco. iW Don't buy your Goods until you call and see them!! October 21. 1869 17 Quick Returns and Perm?nent Improvement to the Soil. M APES' Nitrogcnized Superphosphate OF LIME! COMPOSED OF 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 TUE GROWING OF Cotton, Com, TobacfiOj Grain Ci*op?i Vegetables, Sec. THIS is the oldest Superphosphate manufactu? red in this country, having been introduced to the public iti the spring of the year 1852. 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 two hundred of whom arc to be found in the pamphlets last issued. C. A. BEED, Agent for Anderson County* Jan 20, 1870 30 3m NOTICE ! Valuable Water Powers ami Small Im* provemenrs for Sale! NO. I, containing Ninety-three Acres,- known as the Major's Mill Place, Kevcn miles West of Anderson Court House?the best unimproved water-power in the county. NO. 2, known n3 the Dr. GaiTTard Mill Place, near foe' 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. Teems?One-half cash. For particulars, ad? dress the subscriber at Ferryville, S. C. THOMAS HABPEB> Marsh 3, 1$70 88 WHOLESALE Tobacco Dealer's^ 0. H. P. FANT and W. S. KEESE are my na thorized Agents for the sale of D. R. 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. H. P Fast, Agent, Anderson Depot: W. S. Keese, Agent, Southwest Corner Brick Range. D. R. LEAK, Charlotte.N. C: Jan 20, 1870 30 LAST CALL. THE Books of Account of Evins & Pnrker'? Saw Mill have been placed,in our hands for settle? ment. Persons indebted can sctde without coSt* until April 1st. After that time suit will be coni menced ngaiust all who fail to arrange their-in? debtedness. J. H. WHITNER, Walhalla. B. Fv WHITNER, Anderson. Fcb 8, 1870 ?2 *m JA3IES H. THORNWEIJL, Attorney at i?r, ANDERSON Cs H., S. C* #55** Office in (he residence immediately oppc^ site Dr. Cater's, on Main street. Feb 3. 1870 82 8m At Private Sale! THAT VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND, en Eighteen Mile Creek and Seneca River, contain? ing 1770 acres, formerly owned by James Steels The Tract will be divided to suit purchasers}. Apply to W. H. D. GA1LLARP,. 4 Pcndlcton, 8'. C Jan 6, 1870 28 Executor's Final Notice* THE undersigned hereby gives notice tbat he1 will apply to Mtyor W. W. Humphreys; Probat? Judge of Anderson cotttrty, on the ?th day of April next, for a final settlement of the Estate of John McPhail, deceased, and for letters-rftamiBSCw ry. 6. S. MATTlS0Nr Ex'or March?, 1870 SO 4