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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 14 August 1860

Duelling?A Glimpse at the Fast. BV ?ORATIO KING. It was in October, 1S34, I took the s$6nmboat at Portland?that peaceful yitl beautiful city on Casco bay,~now soon, 1 trust, through tlio enterprise of its lead? ing spirits, to ho connected by raifrbad " with the Canadian seat of governnjeut? and after a pleasant passage of a few hours, landed at Owl's Head, in Twomas ton. I proceeded immediately to tho west villago in that flourishing town, ?where tho late Hon. Jonathan Cillcy then resided., and called on him at his of? fice. On entering, I found him occupied with some gentlemen who had called on business; he saluted me politely, but ob? serving that he appeared not to recognise me, (it was not our first meeting.) I read? ily made myself known, \rhcn he greeted me in that frank, cordial, whole-souled manner, which all who had tho pleasure of his acquaintance well know was so characteristic of his warm and generous heart. From his office I went with him to his house?a neat two story ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 14 August 1860

fp ^nkrsoit Intelligenter. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, AUG. II, 1800. EDITED BY J. C. C. FEATHEESTGir and A. HOTT. Terms: Oao copy ono year, invariably in advance,.$1.00. Advertisements inserted at moderate rates: liberal deductions inado to thoso who will advertise by the year. Salutatory. TiiB Intelligencer is before you. We hop? you will not close your eyes upon us, or lend a deaf car to what we have to say. Mankind arc loo apt to form their opinions of men and things at first sight, and to approve or reject upon cursory ex? amination. For this reason one feels most solici? tous when entering upon any new enterprise. It is this that causes the young advocate to feel deep? ly agitated when he appears upon the hustings, 01 makes his debut at the bar, ami commences foren? sic strife ; and it is this that makes tremulous the physician when first called to the bedside of the sick. To say that we are unmindful of public opinion, would be to utter an untruth. Public opinion exerts the greatest i...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 14 August 1860

The Little One. There i; a darkened chamber in the house. Over Ike windows of that room the thick curtains sweep downward heavi? ly, and the sunshine and the daylighl are excluded. Soft voices^ninglo in gentle eaudenccs there, and solle vi* ot-fitlkaer >ss the covered floor. There aro no loud tones. ;:?.) harsh'sotmd. Ahushund a haloi rest there, iike thesofi druopiugof an an? gel's wing. Close pressed to a heart awakened to "a new fount'of joy it never knew or dreamed of before, lies a little babe. Only the young mother feels the blc: sing and the responsibility of the prc C'ious boon; and in the shadowy room she lies and thinks of the little God-gift on her bosom; ofthe world untried, the path cuitrod, which lie before the portal of life it has just crossed. Tears of love and i'ecliug rain down upon the little brow. as she thinks in what way is the world to try this pure young spirit, and wli * baud will safest guidc.il over that untrod? den way! Tho twilight come??. aud the st...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 14 August 1860

From the Columbia Guardian, Letter from Hon. W. W. Eoyce. Sabine Farm. August 3, 1SU?. ? Gentlemen : My high respccjfc for you in? duces mc to hasten a reply to your note. If Lincoln he elected, I think the South? ern States should withdraw from the Union; all, if not nil. then as many us will, ami if no other. Smith Carolina alone; in the promptest manner, and by the most direct means. To comprehend the full significance of Lincoln's election, we must remember the principles, the character and the sentiment of the Republican party. The vital principle of tin's parly is ne? gro equality, the only logical finale of which is emancipation. To see this, il i-< ? only necessary to look at. their platform, which, though intended for obvious rea? sons of policy to appear conservative, yet raises the veil in part. This platform says "wohold that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty," &o.;...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 21 August 1860

~" IjT"^! pcrature, $Mos, Utorals, Agriculture, Science nub %xt by featherston & hoyt. anderson court house, s. c, tuesday afternoon, august 21, 1860. volume l?number 2. iprf^forg of ??-ffi? fife. /Vom /Ac Ar?o 3 orA- Mercury. fig g&ggfl&s; .Sweet Nellie JIudyn, memory reverts tu thee now, even as I saw thee in tlic days of childhood, when I imagined that thou wort scarcely less fair titan the bright beings that roamed in celestial fields. But thou art::gonc-^-shadows thick and dark enveloped thee, until no longer aWe to await thy Maker's time to deliver theo from tho weight of sorrow; : thine own hand snapped the golden chord of life, and launched thy soul into eternity. The subject of our sketch was the oniy daughter of a retired merchant; she had been motherless from her infancy, and for that reason had always been her father's especial care, as she was also" his chief comfort and solace. V Mr. Haydn's residence was near tiie s^ho'olhouse that I attended until I leftj...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 21 August 1860

ue ^nbcrsoii |ntcl(igrnctr. TUESDAY AVTRBXOOX, AUG. 21, I860. EDITED EY J. C. C. FEATHERSTON and JAMES A. HOYT. Terms u One copy one year, invariably ir advance.$1.00. Advertisements inserted st moderate rates; liberal deductions made to those- who will advertise by the venr $cg? Our friend, W. 11. J., has our warmest thanks for tho interest manifested in Ihe Intelli? gencer. "Wo feel under obligations for the substan? tial aid already given, and are highly gratified at the promises made. It is truly cheering aud en? couraging, and makes us renew our energies to become worthy of the hearty approval of imoh friends and supporters. -? Tho Charleston Harket. Wo give in another place the report of the Charleston* market , made up from the circular of a prominent and reliablo house in that city. We have been fortunate Fn securing the promise of regular weekly reports of the cotton market from a member of the same firm, and shall endeavor to,, keep readers fully posted during the whole sc...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 21 August 1860

Letter from Gov. "Wise. The following letter was read to tho Jackson Democratic Club of Boston : Roixiston, Nea? Norfolk, Princess Anne Co., Yn., Aug. 2.1860. I find it very difficult to deeliuo the complimentary invitation of yours of the 19th nftff recoived -within tho last f?w days, ? f would prefer Boston and Fancuil Ha5f in Boston to any other stand-point to speak from in the United ?States, on the topics especially of these dark times. But it is-impossible. Domestic duties, build? ing and illness together, forbid me to form any engagements that will require addi? tional labors or any absence from home for many months to come. I shall give to tho Breckinridge and Lane ticket all ruy support. I do not agree with these nominees in some essential particulars, and certainly do not subscribe to the plat- j form in two respects on which they are placed by their nomination; but their triumph will be the triumph of the vital doctrine of protection to persons and property in the .common...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 21 August 1860

Jim, Tact and Philosophy. A man who had been elected major of militia, ami Who was not overburdened with brains, took it into his head, on the morning of the parade to ? exorcise" a little by himself. The fiold selected for the purpose was his own apartment. Placing himself in a military attitudo with his sword drawn, he exclaimed? " Attention company! Ecar rank, three paces, march!" and he tumbled down into tho cellar. His.wifo hearing the racket, came running in, saying: ;My dear, have you killed yourself?" if Go- about your business, woman," said the hero, >? whirt do you know about war!" A modem Juliet, claiming to be a mem? ber of tho Society of Friends, sends to a dies' magazine a copy of verses which commence thus: " Dearest come kiss mc: tny lips irra yet -warm. And my.bosomstiUpants from the cla3p of thine arm; The blood dances wildly through each throbbing vein; B it i droop,.uh..- L droop for thy kisses again." To which the truant Romeo is said to have responded as fol...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 28 August 1860

BY FEATHERSTON & HOYT. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 28, 1860. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 3. From the Charleston Courier. To the Hon. Edward G. Palmer. A few days ago I received the South Carolinian of August 5th, in which is pub? lished, a letter from you to Mr. M. W. Gary, on the subject of the Blue Eidge Kailroad. It was copied from the Edge field Advertiser, and I presume, will have a rapid circulation in the District papers. In that letter you assert that the cost of the road in South Carolina and Geor? gia, up to the first of December, 1S59, had exceeded the estimate to the amount of S600,000. You also charge the officers of the Company with having "grossly vi? olated the conditions of their charter," and of having acted in "bad faith." Though I am most averse to personal controversy, I am constrained to appear in defence of the officers of the Company. I do not intend to. present an official statement of the cost of the road in South Carolina and Georgia. Th...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 28 August 1860

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, AUG. 28, I860. EDITED BY J. C. C. FEATHES3T0N . nd JAMES A. EOYT. Terms: One copy one year, invariably in advance,.$1.00. Advertisements inserted at moderate rates; liberal deductions raado to those who" will advertise by the yoar. Reply of Judge Frost. We give on our first page this week the reply of Judge Frost to Mr. Paljihr, on fho subject of the Blue Ridge Railroad. As this is a subject of deep interest to our citizens generally, we need offer no apology for the space it occupies. -e> Haj. Perry's Letter. We publish on our fourth page a letter from the Hon. B. F. Pebry, of Greenville, on the political . aspects of the times. Want of time nnd space for? bids comment, but the reader is doubtless aware that we dissent from the positions assumed by the distinguished gentleman. Next week we may have 6omething to offer ia relation to this letter. -* Smyrna Campmeoting. This meeting commenced on Thursday last. On Saturday and Sunday it was largely attended.? Some...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 28 August 1860

TT From the Charleston Courier. Letter froni Son. B. F. Perry. ' Geeenville, S. August 13,1860. -Messrs. Editors: Enclosed I send you a communication, which you will pleaso publish. You have said the columns of your paper were open to a free discussion political questions. You would oblige mo by giving an early insertion to the en? closed.- . Yours, truly, Ae1.} . B -. F PEEEY. > Disunion. ' It would seem that from recent "publica? tions of Messrs. Keitt, Orr and Boyce, that South Carolina will soon havo to se-. cede from the Federal Union, either alone or in company with the other Southern Stetes, or a portion of them.. These gen? tlemen declare that the electiou of Lincoln to the Presidency is certain?that on the - * happening of such an event, prompt and immediate secession of the Southern States must ensue. ? Is the election of. a Chief Magistrate of >? the Republic sufficient cause for the de? struction of the- Federal Government and all the horrors of civil, war and revo...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 28 August 1860

The Texas Incendiarism. Every mail from the interior brings fur? ther accounts of the spread of the incen-" diarisin through the State. "We last week ;mentibned the burning of Henderson;? The particulars of that "fire we have re .ceivacLat last through the Galveston Ci? vilian of yesterday, (Wednesday.) We copy : Mr: P?sbury, -a merchant of New Or? leans, and son of the late Hon. T. Pils bury, of Texas, called on us this mornihg. He is direct from Henderson, and fully wnfirms the report of the chsastrous fire in that place. It is fully behoved by the ?citizens to have been the work of incen .. diaries. A negro woman belonging to a ?man named Herndon, who kept ? small tavern, has confessed to having started the fire; and her master and his brother, who do not seem to have stood very well in tho community, are charged with being concerned in the affair. Herndon is ac? cused of having dealt with slaves for stolen goods.. The fire destroyed the principal hotel, and all the business hous...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 4 September 1860

%n $itkpcnbcnt $ouiml---*tMoto h fitete, pro, Itaals, Agriculture $mm anir %xt. BY FEATHERSTON & HOYT. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 4, 1860. -?- _ ?ir' . . :--. . ? ????,,] u VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 4. fieminiscence of the Hon. S. S. Prentiss. ' fWe find in an old number of tbe Field and Fireride, comprised in one of a series of sketches from the pen of a talented author, the following incidental reference to the great orator of the Southwest, the lamented Pkentiss. Those who .know anything of this extraordinary man while living, and appreciated the many noble qualities that adorned his character, cannot fail to be in? terested in perusing this sketch; while those less fortunate will find much that is instructive and en? tertaining.?Ens. Intelligence*!. ] Emerging from a romantic dell, we tame upon a high road, which led us to a small brick-enclosed cemetery, half hid? den T>y Shrubbery. We had enquired for Prentis3' grave, and we were told wo should find...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 4 September 1860

&|e ^nbcrswt liitdligcitccr. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPT. 4, 1860. EDITED BY J. C. -C. FEATHERSTON and JAMES A. HOYT. Terms: O'nc copy "ono year, invariably in advance,.SI.00. Advertisements inserted at moderate rnfC3; liberal deductions mado to tboso who will advertiso by the yijar. Court Calendar for the western Circuit. return days. Greenville, October 6. Spartanburg, 44 13. Laurens, " 20. Abbeville, September 15. Anderson, 41 22. Pickens, 44 29, sittings of court. Abbeville, October 1. Anderson, 44 8. Pickens, 44 l?. Greenville, October 22. Spartanburg, 44 2'?. Laurens, November 5. -,? To Correspondents. The communication of " A Methodist. Layman" has been received and will appear in out nest. -4> Address. For the benefit of all concerned we state,'that Col. Warren D. Wilkes has consented to deliver an address at Barker's Creek Church, on Saturday the 15th of Sept, on 44 Eduoation, in its relations to the Family, the* Stute, and the Church." The public generaBy invited, to at...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 4 September 1860

Anothe? Fillibustering War!! I News from Walker's Expedition. PARTICULARS OP TUE CAPTURE OF TRUXILLO. Tlie schooner Dewdrop, Capt. Terry, arrived at-this port this morning, from Rnatan Island, the IGth inst. Among the passengers is a gentleman who left Trux illo on the 12th. From him we have full particulars of the capture of that city, and a full narative of the events up to the latest date. Walker made his appearance before the town -of TruxiJlo oft the 6th of August, at about-three or four o'clock in the morn? ing. HisAvho?o force numbered 110 men. all countod. They approached the town in two separate parties: The first was landed some three miles below the city on the beach, and proceeded towards the town by land. The second was debarked in small boats and proceeded pari passu along the shore. They were all well arm? ed with Minie muskets.had twenty rounds of catridge apiece, and were well supplied with everything else necessary. Our informant, who is personally ac? quainted wit...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 4 September 1860

Full FaetTandlKiilosophy. Enocil;j the father of Methnsaleh, was translated, so that he did not see death; therefore the oldest man that ever lived died before his "father. An Irishman being asked why he -wore his stockings "wrong side out, replied, "Bekase there* s a hole in th' ither side uv em." Some dogs are kept about houses sim? ply to give the alarm at tho approach of burglars. - Like certain spice trees, they ?are valued only for their bark. A Yankee bos invented a machine for extracting the lies from quack advertise? ments. Some of them arc never seen af? ter entering the machine, as only the truth comes, out. The "Japanese, if they have been walled in for centuries, have got sensible notions. They have got no old maids there; when the girls don't g;et married voluntarily, tho authorities hunt up a husband and make -them many willing or not willing. Every girl who intends to qualify for marriage, should go through a course of cookery. "Unfortunately, few wives are able to d...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 11 September 1860

% Salt of gm\ ana ?nln foot. "MEMORY BELLS." SI Voices from the distance call me, soft and low, Mournful voices, ever chanting, 'long ugo.' " Through the dim vista Of by-gone years come stealing faintly the fairy ?himes of Memory Bells. Gentle, mourn - fill, Memory Bells! how dreamily ye are pfrrS&sd to my charmed ear, waking deep thoughts of fluted years within my heart, and opening, with magic hand, the misty $>Drtals of the past, thus revealing to my fcager gaze the light and shadows of "long ago." Oh! how dark were the shadows, hang? ing so gloomily o'er my young pathway, Ukc boding clouds o'er a summer sky, and nearly crushing the spirit too proud to ifcvecd its internal woo to the careless world. Oh, no! even in the darkest hour, when my faithful monitor, "bright winged hope," had deserted me, and de? spair, in all her gloomy array, was pro? wling over my bleeding heart, even then I moved with a careless smile, and a proud gay light in my eye, convincing the world that ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 11 September 1860

Qfyt ^nbersoK Intelligenter. TUESDAY ?FTEKXOON, SEPT. 11, imo. EDITED BY J. C. C. FEArarSBSTON and JAMES A. HOYT. Terms: One copy "one year, invariably in advance,.$1.00. Advertisements inserted at moderate rates; liberal deductions made to thoso who will advertise by the year. Court Calendar for the Western Circuit. return dats. Abbeville, September 15.(Greenville, October 6 Anderson, Pickens, " 29. Spartnnburg, " 13. Laurens,. " 20. Abbeville, October 1 Anderson, Pickens, " 15. sittings of court. Greenville, October 22. Spartanburg, 29. Laurens, November 5. Sec tke'eard of Cothran, Jeffers & Co., Factors and Commission Merchants of Charleston. The Air Line Eagle. This is the title of a new paperat Gainesville, Ga., edited by W. H. Mitchell, formerly of this State and a graduate of the Citadel. The Eagle is quite neat in its appearance, and is conducted ?with spirit and ability. Wo gladly exchange. _-?*>_ Eon. Bobert Tocmbs. Wc have observed a notice for some days posted in ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 11 September 1860

Bad Policy. We must confess that there is nothing oV :?. political character which grates so harshly upon our ours, and sickens the very soul within us, as to hear Southern men. or men living at the South, prophe? sying its degradation and ruin. There are some who assume a surpri? sing degree of confidence in their opinion, that the days of our independence arc numbered, and that our honor, rights and interests are soon to he ontonibcd, and "the stone placed at the door of the sep ulcher and no angel will be commissioned to roll it away." That such sentiments are honestly cntertaiucd^by some good and true men. we cannot doubt, yet in other cases we fear the wish is only fath? er to the thought, and its expression but a pseudo regret which covers the real sen? timents of a base and traitorous heart.? If there was oven a certainty that the Southern, especially the Cotton States, would submit to the election and inaugu ^^Hm^of_a_]31a(-lc Republican President, is it the part of wisdom o...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 11 September 1860

The Abolition Plot in Texas and other States. "Washington, August 31.?New Or? leans dates of Tuesday last are received, containing Texas news. New events were daily occurring in va? rious parts of that State, adding conside - rablo to the- excitement already existing there. Among other tilings, it is stated that a man named Pearce has been arrested on the charge of being concerned in the burning of the town of Henderson, and that the proof is almost positive against him. The people are driving from the upper counties of the Suite every individual the least suspected of Abolitionism. The town of Mount Tern on has been destroyed by incendiaries, one of whom was caught and hung. A plan to burn Sulphur Springs had been discovered. A slave negro preacher acknowledged that he and others had set apart a certain time to burn all the dwel? lings in the place, and commit Other dep? redations; and then, in case they could not whip out the whites, they were to take all the horses they could lay...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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