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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 21 February 1861

STITTJTION ?pP THE \ PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE .Confederate Stales of North America "We, the Deputies of the sovereign and independent States of South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, invoking the favor of Al? mighty (Jod, do here, in behalf of these States, ordain and establish this Constitu? tion, for the Provisional Government of the same, to continue one year from the inauguration of the President, or until a permanent Constitution or Confederation between the said States shall be put in operation, whichsoever shall first occur. ARTICLE I. section 1. -All legislative powers herein delegated shall bo ve?tod in this Congress now as? sembled, until otherwise ordained. section 1. When vacancies happen in the repre? sentation from any State, the same shall bo filled in such manner as the proper au? thorities of the State shall direct. section 3. 1. The Congress shall be the judge of the elections, returns aud qualifications of its members; any numbe...

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 February 1861

BY HOYT & HUMPHREYS. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 28. THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, IS ISSUED EVERT THURSDAY, AT ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. B5*F- If delayed six months, S1.50 ; and $2.00 at the cud of the yenr. HOYT ?&> KTJ31IPELREYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Advertisements insortcd at modcrato rates; liberal deductions made to those who will advertise by the year. %u Steg. . THE DESPERADO'S LAST LAUGH. Hero-worship is an instinct of the hn inan heart. In all ages and nations, and with every class of the species, bravery commands the key which opons the door to the templo of fume, and, with.its fierce hand, writes the pass-port to universal popularity. Prowess is the master-word of all history, and has the force of a mag? ical incantation to move the mind or in? flame the feelings of both old and young It is the envy of one sex, and the admira? tion of the other. It inspires poetry, elo? quence and art, and forms rt1ie life-breath and being of the political world. Some philosophers...

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 February 1861

North Carolina. Tho ancient tires of Moddenborg arc still burning brightly. At a large public meeting in Charlotte, on Friday last, as we learn from the Bullet in ,- tVio following preamble and resolutions were adopted : j Whereas the Constitution of tho Uni? ted States was ordained and established I by our fathers f:in order to form rt more \ perfect Union, establish justice, insure do-1 mestic tranquility, provide for the com? mon defeneo, promote the general wel? fare, and secure tho blessings of liberty to themselves and their posterity; and whereas a recent and deplorable experi? ence teaches us that.that great worlc of out fathers, established as the result of incalculable sufferings and sacrifices to them, has Tailed to accomplish these ends, through tho instrumentality of a domi? nant, sectional and fanatical faction, whose avowed object is first to circum? scribe and iinally to abolish our most cherished and valuablo domestic institu? tions : Be it theirf?re Resolved, That ...

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 February 1861

ANDERSON PRICES CUBBENT, .Corrected weekly by. England. & 3owley? BAGGING, 16 to BALE HOPE, ??12* BAGGING TWINE, 25 ADAMANTINE O?KDLES. 25 ? 30 . SPERM CANDLES, 45. ? 50 RIO COFFEE, .18 ?20 JAVA COFFEE, 18 TEA. . . 60?1.00 RICE, C} ?7. N". ?. SUGAR, . 11 (C) COFFEE do. 12 ? 12* [a do. do. " 13 ?1 CRUSHED do. 14 LOAF do. 14 ? 15 n. 0. MOLASSES, GO to Go WEST INDIA do. 40 ? 45 teALT, 3? sack, $2 50 "CAST STEEL,. 22 ? 25 GERMAN STEEL, ' 14 ? 15 BLISTER do. 10 @'12? SWEDE IRON, GJ ? 7 ~ ? ? _.GLI3H do. 5 ? U AND do. . . .6J@7 L? POWDER, $7 00 ? 7 60 TING do. $5 00 ? 5 50 9 ? 10 ^ Jl bag, $2 25 ? 2 50 ' STONE, 10 ?18 ?D OIL, $1 10 ? 1 25 do. " SO ? 1 00 E LEAD, 25 lb kegs, ?2 50 ? 2 75 CH GLASS, 8 X 10, .3 CO ? 3 25 >. uo. 10 W 12, . 3 50 ? 8 75 3. do. 12 K 14; 3 75 ? 4 00 CKEREL, in kits, No. 3, $3 25 do. " "2, 3 50 do. " " 1, 3 75 iBACCO, 25 ? 50 'ARN, $100 ?1,10 SHIRTING, SV ? 9 UBURGS, 11 ? 12} Country Produce. ? COTTON,. 7 ?10 FLOUR, ^ bbl., S8 00 WHEAT, 1 50 CORN, 90 to 1 00...

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 February 1861

Inaugural Address of President Davis. The Inaugural ceremonies were the grandest pageant ever witnessed in the South. An immense crowd gathered on Capitol Hill, consisting of the heauty and gallantry of the State. The military and citizens of the different States were fully represented. Presiden t Davis commenced his Inaugural precisely at one o'clock. He said: Gentlemen of the Congress of the Confed? erate States of America?Friends and Fel? low-Citizens : Called to the difficult, respon? sible station of Chief Executive of the Provisional Government which you have initiated, I approach to discharge tho du? ties assigned me with humble distrust of my abilities, but with suitable confidence in the wisdom of those who are to guide and aid me in the administration of pub? lic affair, and an abiding faith'in the vir? tue and patriotism of ihe people. Look? ing forward to the speedy establishment of a permanent Government to take the place of this, and which by its greater moral and phys...

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. — 7 March 1861

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, IS ISSUED EVERT THURSDAY, AT OHE DOLLAR A YEAli, IN ADVANCE. J.--.7? If delayed ?s months, SI .00; and $2.00 at tfe end uf ihc year. ?j?YT Sc III 7 M'l^ZTTi EYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Advertisements inserted at modcrato rates; lil.cral deductions made to those wl 6 will advertise by the year. ^HE WIFE'S REVENGE. Two yours since a ycung and beautiful lady of Bologna married tho descendant ' ?f a family well kuowr to history, av1io.sc illustrious name was ah that the brides groom possessed, but the generous Bo Ipgnesc, in the ardor o:' her attachment, rivqrlookcd the poverty of her lover, in the hope and expectation of n proper re ivim-of her disintereste I love. Fora year all was hippinees; hut last summer, being on an excursion to Ven? ice, they formed an acquaintance with a family from Paris. A young widow of .that family was very gay, beautiful and fascinating, and possessing a profusion of "olden tresses which might have done honor to the head of an...

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. — 7 March 1861

^??flUI I Abraham in "Washington. The "Washington papers are full of the sayings and doings of the uncouth Aboli? tionist, who began his reigi over the North last Monday. We givD some ex? tracts : the reception. The path to Mr.- Lincoln wis rugged; for, after his room was reac'ied, lo! he was backed up in a corner, and so button? holed by successive squads of eager indi? viduals?each of whom, by his earnest gesticulations, had something of vital im , portance to communicate? that quiet"folks who went there simply to pay their re? spects to him as citizens, contented them ? selves with a bow and a look at the com? ing man. The eye, in glancing around his apartment, could not fail :o note the large piano literally loaded down with the cards showered upon the Preesident elect by those who would button-hole him. In the course of tho evening, Hon. John Bell, of Tennessee, by request of Mr. Lincoln, had an interview with him, which .was of some length. ^ Among those who called upon Mr. Li...

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. — 7 March 1861

c%\itM Notices. Wanted?A WIFE! THE subscriber, anxious to retire from "bache? lor" ranks, and -wishing to open correspondence frith a young lady, with a view of narriage, adopts this method of making known his requirements, &c. No lady neod answer unless her personal ap? pearance, etc.. is something similir to the follow? ing: Weight, between 100and 13i pounds; height, between five feet and five feet six inches ; teclh reg? ular, perfect and genuine, without exception ; black hair and eyes preferred, though blue eyes and au? burn hair might, be acceptable. A good English education is necessary. Wealth is not required, but those possessing it will state the amount. A good supply of temper is very much admired. Ladies answering must give a full and explicit description of their jpersonal appearance. AH communications strictly piivatc, and, if not acceptable, and the writers desire if, will bo re? turned. Address, " HENRY," Anderson C. IL, S. C, (Gazette Box.) Feb. 21, 1801 26' 3t ...

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. — 7 March 1861

The Southern Postage Act. The most important action of the South? ern Congress^ oil the ? 24th inst., was the removal of secrecy from the following re? port: Air. Chilton, from tho Committee on Postal Affairs, made tho following report: The Committee on Postal Affairs having considered of the duties assigned them, have instructed me to submit the follow? ing report, and the bill uccompan}'i% the same. The Committee havo mainly directed their inquiries to tho question whether, without material inconvenieuce to the public, the Post Office Department of this Confederacy can bo made self-sustaining. The Committee find, from tho latest and most reliable mcsns of information of which they have been able to avail them self, that the excess i)f expenditure over the receipts of this Department in t he six States comprising this Confederacy, for the fiscal year endin? 30th June, 1859, was 81,669,595.33. They havo 'not been able to obtain tho report of such receipts and expenditures for the la...

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. — 14 March 1861

BY HOYT & HUMPHREYS. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1861. ' VOLUBLE 1.?NUMBER 30. THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, IS ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY, AT ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. ?gy If delayed six mon.hs, ?1.50; and $2.00 at the end of the year. HOYT ?& .'KTT iMCPHREYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Advertisements inserted at modcrato rates; liberal deductions mado to thoso w 10 wdl advertise by the year. Impudence. When a lady get3 stalled in a gutter, That runs in a populous street, (Like a fly that is stra:ided in butter,) And has to uncover her feet: . As gently the calico lLl'ts she, And gives it a grace: ul sweep, Is a "feller " to blame when he chance3 To give at her ankles a peep ? Just to see if they're taick or they're thin, Air. Editor, is it a sin ? Or when a plump boscm is covered With delicate Honiton lnce, Whose whiteness, like full-blooming lilies, Contrasts with the lose on her face, Like the artificial flowers in flour, (If I may be allowed so t...

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 March 1861

^BC^P6licy and Prospects of the' Southern Confederation.. The Southern Confederation is march? ing steadily on with its organization, and the policy which it is inaugurating prom? ises to add stability to its existence and dignity to its future. There are many features about this liew government which are calculated to invest it with advanta? ges superior to those which, the Northern Confederacy enjoys. In the first place, it is maintained by able statesmen that we at the North can boast of more of the demagogue class in the composition of our government than that higher order of patriots which shine so brilliantly in the ranks of the early founders of the repub? lic. ? Jefferson Davis, the President of the Southern Confederacy, is a soldier as well as a statesman. He is firm, bold, quick and daring. Mr. Stephens, too is gifted with a fine intellect, and the wisdom which dictated the selection of conserva? tive minds for tho Cabinet, to tho exclu? sion of the more ultra politicians ...

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 March 1861

The New Confederate Loan.?We have intelligence from a reliable source, that a large portion of the now loan of? fered by the Government of the Confed? erate States will be taken by the citizens of New Orleans at par. Thif confidence of our people on tho securities of this Government contrasts quito favorably with that of the fragmentary parts of the late United States in the loans recently autHferizod by the Congress at Washing? ton.?Montgomery Advertiser. That Shot.?Inquiries an I investiga? tions that have been mado concerning the accidental shot from one of the Mor? ris' Island batteries establish the fact that the shotted charge had been loft in the gun by mistake, and a now charge was put down. We only refer to the matter to correct false impressions and a confident and ap? parently authentic report which we men? tioned in our last issue.?Courier. -* Resigned.?The Hon. T. G. Clemson, now of Missouri, (tho son-in-law of John C. Calhoun,) has tendered to the Secretary of the Inte...

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 March 1861

m A New Era. *f' The following extract from tho South? ern Confederacy, Jacksonville, Flu., is ex? cellent It was the bist leader written by /its Editor, the late Theo. S. Gourdin : With the-formation of the Confederate States of America a new era of civiliza ? tion has commenced?an era in which, if ?we hope to gain the respect of the eivil ? ized world, we mtisf abandon the old idea of our forefathers that uail men were born free and equal," and teach the doctrine of the diversity of the races, and of the su / premacy of'the Anglo-Saxon race over all others. "Wo must take tho ground never dreamed of by tho men of 7G, that African slavery is right in itself, and, therefore, should be preserved. African slavery is cither morally right or it is morally wrong. If wrong, no excuse will suffice, in the eye s of the Almighty, for its continuance. He is perfect, and can? not tolerate iniquity. The same moral and pbj'sical laws which, in the beginning (of this earth), Ho laid down for the g...

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 March 1861

%u fn^ntat Jaxtrnitl?gt&offb k |altfo, fifcnttiirt, 1?, Itornls, gigritnliur^ Science mxb %ti. m HOYT & HUMPHREYS. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 31. THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, ^IS ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY, AT ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. IN ADVANCE. If delayed six months, S1.50 ; and $2.00 at the end of (he year. HOYT & HUMPHREYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Advertisements inserted at moderate rates; liberal deductions mado to those who will advertise by the year. CONSTITUTION of the Confederate Staues of America. TTe, the people of the Confederate States, each State acting in its sovereign and independent character, in order to form a permanent Federal Government, establish justice, insure domestic tranquil ity, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity?invokingthe favor and guidance of Almighty God?do ordain and establish this Constitution for the Confederate Stat es of America. ARTICLE I. Section 1.?All legislative powers here? in delegated shall be vested in a Congress ...

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 March 1861

-****Ceii1ederate States Bhall he vested in. one Supreme Court, and in such Inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish. The judges, both of the Supreme and Inferior Courts, shall hold their offices during good be? havior, and shall, at stated times, re? ceive for their services u compensation, which shall not be diminished during *;heir continuance in office. Section 2.?1. The judicial power shall extend to all cases arising under this Con? stitution, the laws of i;ho Confederate! States, and treaties made or which shall be made under their authority; to all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls; tc all cases of ad? miralty and maritime jurisdiction; to con? troversies to which tho Confederate States shall be a party; to conti ovcrsies between two or more States ; between a State and citizens of another State whore the State is plaintiff; between citizeus claiming lands undor grants of different States, and between a State or...

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 March 1861

ANDERSON PRICES CURRENT, Corrected weekly by England & Bewhy. bagging, 10 0 - bale rope, 0 ? 12* bagging twine, * 25 adamantine candles, 25 @ 30 sperm candles, ? 45 ? 60 rio coffee, * 18 ? 20 java coffee, 18 tea, go ? 1-00 rice,. 6J ? 7 n. 0. sugar, I ? 11 ? 12] (c) coffee do. - 12 ? 124 (b) do. do. 13 (a) do. do. 18 ? 13i crushed do. 14 loaf do. ii ? 15 N. o. molasses, ? 60 to ?5 west india do. ? 45 salt, %1 sack, $2 50 cast steel, ? 25 german steel, ? 15 blister do. 1? ? 12} swede iron, c? fj 7 english do. 1><S) t* band do. ci ? 7 sheet do. ' '] ? 1? castings, 6r ? 10 nails; 3 ? 6} rifle powder, $7 00 @ 7 50 blasting do. $5 0U ? 5 50 lead, 0 ? 10 shot, tj? bag, $2 2c ? 2 50 indigo, $1 50 madder. 20 blue stone, . 10 ? 18 linseed oil, $1 10 ? 1 20 train do. 90 ? 1 00 white lead, 25 lb kegs, ?2 50 ? 2 75 french glass, &? X 10, 3 0') ? 3 25 do. do. 10 X 12, 3 5 ) ? 3 75 do. do. 12 A 14, 3 75 ? 4 00 mackerel, in kits, No. 3, $3 25 do: <? " 2, 3 50 do. " " 1, 3 75 tobac...

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 March 1861

-t*****^^The Flight of Erna, ' * The more we live, more briet'appear 0 Our life's Bucceecling stages? ~jf&^^ A day to childhood seems a year, And years like passing-ag's. The gladsome onrreht of our youth, Ere passion yet disorders Steals, lingering like a rive:: smooth, Along its grassy borders. But as the care-worn cheek 3 grow worn, And sorrow's shafts fly thicker, Ye stars, that measure life to man, Why seem your courses'quicker ? Why joys have lost their bloom add breath, And life, itself, is vapid, Why, as we reach the falls of death, 1 . Feel we its tide more ra pid ? It may be strange?yet who would change Time's course to slower speeding; When one by one' onr friends havd gone, - And left our bosom bleeding ? Heaven gives our years .of fading strength, Indemnifying fleetness.; And those of youth, a seeming length, Proportioned to their sweetness. ^ . -? The Voiceless. We count the broken lyres that rest Where the sweet wailing singers slumber, But o'er their silent siste...

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 March 1861

BY HOYT & nULIPHREi'S. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 28, 1861. VOLUME l.~jnn?ESs THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, IS ISSUED EVERT THURSDAY, AT ONE DOLL Alt A YE?Jt, IN .ADVANCE. If delayed six months, 51.60; and $2.00 ?t theycud of the year. HOYT & HlfMPHREYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS, i t Advertisements inserted i.t moderate rates; liberal ? deductions mado to those .vho wRl advertise by tho yoar. SENTENCED?LI T NOT GUILTY. ? I was travelling through the mountains T>f Pennsylvania, in the latter part of February, 18?. Heavy stage coaches were used for the purpose of drawing the travelers from point to point, and in or? der to make the enterprise pay, enormous prices were charged and as many persons packed into one vehicle as it could pos? sibly accommodate. I was one of those unfortunate travelers, who are always annoyed with inconveniences and never satisfied with anything. I grumbled and scolded much at fie crowded state of our coach, and I don't know b...

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 March 1861

Arkansas.?It -would appear by the : subjoined dispatches, which wo find in our Northern exchanges, that Arkansas has passe:! an ordinance of secession, which ^' ' ordinance is to lc submitted to the poo "Washington, March 21.?A dIsP^cj from Livtlc Kock, received to<^yJ^. citizen of Arkansas, states thaL|j^c-es_ vention had passed the ordmff^^^ sion, to be subm.ttcdforg^Thu5 lo of the people ncxU|r Qf ^ time is a?o?jf| URitc upon the question. State- ?Uyj?Kn hardly be attributed to ^'?^^pB!cver course they may take." t^SJ^ipms, Tenn., Wednesday, March ^03?-Adviccs have been receivedncro tliaf^, ?*ihe Arkansas State Convention Adjourned to-day, after pass ng a secession ordinance and co-operation resolutions. They are to bo submitted tD the vote of the people. A concilatory spirit was manifested by both parties." -4P Washington, March [24.?The South? ern Commissioners yesterday paid their visit to tho State Department. Tho par? ticulars of the interview have not trans Eired, but th...

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 March 1861

ANDERSON PRICES CURRENT, Corrected weokly by England & Bewley.^ BAGGING, l? to BALE ROPE. ? ? 12} BAGGING TWINE, 25 ADAMANTINE CANDLES,. 25 ? 30 SPERM CANDLES, 45 ? 50 RIO COFFEE. 18 ? 20 java COFFEE, 18 TEA, GO ? 1.00 RICE, ? ? 7 N. O. SUGAR, 11 ? 12$ (C) COFFEE do. 12 ? 12J (B) do. do. 13 (A) do. do. 13 ? 13.1 CRUSI1ED do. 14 LOAF do. 14 ? 15 N. O. MOLASSES, GO to G5 WEST INDIA do. 40 ? 45 SALT, 1? sack, $2 50 CAST STEEL, 22 ? 25 GERMAN STEEL, 14 @ 15 BLISTER do. 10 ? 12} SWEDE if.on, Gi ? 7 ENGLISH do. 5 ? U BAND do. 01 ? 7 SHEET do. 9 ? 10 CASTINGS, 0} ? 10 TRAILS, 5@G} HIFLE POWDER, $7 00 ? 7 50 BLASTING do. $5 00 ? 5 50 jEAD, . ? 9 ?10 shot, "ft bag, 52 25 ? 2 50 INDIGO, $1 50 ?ADDER. 20 hate STONE, 10 ? 18 INSEED OIL, $1 10 ? 1 25 A in do. 90 ? 1 00 [IITE LEAD. 25 lb legs, 52 50 ? 2 75 BNCH GLASS, 8 X 10, 3 00 ? 3 25 do. do. 10 12, 3 50 @ 3 75 lo. do. 12 >i 14, 3 75 4 00 :EREL, in kits, No. 3, ' $3 25 do. " " 2, 3 50 do*. M " 1, S JVCCO, 25 ? 50 fN, $1 00 ? 1 10 IRTING...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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