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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 2 September 1869

Thursday Morning, September 2d, 1869. _ John X. Sn>*?, j>., is-the regular author? ized agent itv. Columbia to solicit advertisements &ad procure subscriptions for the Intelligencer. - We learu that on Tuesday night last, ihe Grist and Saw Mills of Mr. B. B. Breazeale, on Broadway creek, about six miles east of this place, were destroyed by fire. It was the work of au in? cendiary. It was erroneously announced in our last issue that the Supper and Fair at the Pendleton Female Academy, for the benefit of the Presbyte? rian Church at that place, would be given on the 30th of September. It will be to-morrow (Friday) evening, the 3rd of September. %tg* We direct attenion to the advertisement of J a new Wool Card Factory, owned by Messrs. Sherard and Reid, in the Dark Corner. Their machinery is entirely new and of the most ap? proved pattern, and we have no doubt they will afford complete satisfaction to all who will favor them with patronage. -? GREENVILLE FEMALE COLLEGE. It w...

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. — 2 September 1869

Maso-nic ISTotice. B. Rush Campbell, Esq., Grand Lecturer, will visit the Lodges named below at the times men? tioned : Centre Lodge, No. 37, at Honea Path, on Thursday night and Friday, the 2nd and 3rd of September. Belton Lodge, No. 130, on Friday night and Saturday, the 3rd and 4th of September. Aug. 12, 1869 7 2 EXTRA MEETING! A special communication of Hiram Lodge, No. $8, A. F. M., will be held in the Lodge Room on Saturday evening, September 4th, at eight o'clock. Bro. B. Rush Campbell, Grand Lecturer, is ex? pected to be present, and exemplify the work. Candidates for the Degrees and brethren of the Lodge will be punctual iu attendance. By order of the W.\ M.\ J. A. BROCK, Sec. August^, 1869 9 2 % gPadub, corrected weekly by sharpb t faxt. Anderson, Sept. 2, 1869. Cotton market quiet at 29 to 30 ; Corn, SI.35 to $1.40; Peas, $1.15 to $1.25; Bacon, 20 to 25; Flour, $8.00 to $10.00 ; Wheat $51.50 to $1.75 ; Oats, 55 to 75. by tuesday evening's mail. Augusta, August 30, 1869. C...

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. — 2 September 1869

Jnteflit Intelligenter* TERM S: WO BOLLABS AND A HALF PER ANNUM, in united states currency. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per Bquare of twelve lines for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to those who advertise by the year. $gf- For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. LAW REGARDING NEWSPAPERS. Some persons iraagino that they can subsoribe for a newspaper and in a whimsical mood cease to take it from the post-office, and there their respon? sibility ends; the reverse is the case, as will be seen by the following: Decision of the Courts.?Any person who takes a paper regularly from the Post Office? whether directed to his name or another, or whether he has subscribed or not, is responsible for the pay. If a person orders his paper discon? tinued, be must pay all arrearages, or the publish? er may continue to send it until payment is made, and collect the whole amount, wheth...

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. — 9 September 1869

HOTT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON. S. C THURSDAY, SEPETMBER 9, 1869. VOLUME 5.---NO. IL Circumstances Attending the Capture of j President Davis. letter from hon. j. h. reagan. ? Palestine (Texas) , Aug. 10,1869. To the Galveston News: I find the fol? lowing passages in what purports to be a speech dclivored in the Convention ofj Texas on the 6th January, 1869, by Judge L. D. Evans, under the beading, in largo letters, " they w ant empire." "On the fall of Eichmond, Jefferson Davis started the Confederate treasury Westward, deluding himself with the dream of a trans-Mississippi empire. '* I asked his Postmaster-General, Mr. Reagan, how it was that the President ofj their Confederacy should be caught with his baggage wagons in the awkward plight of being under his wife's cloak. He informed me that Davis had left his trains and struck for the seaboard, when, after a day's ride, hearing that the Confederate forces had disbanded, and would probably endanger the safety of his family,...

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. — 9 September 1869

jtufe?it |utclligcttfc?. Thursday Morning, September 9tfi, 1869. John T. Sloan, jr., is the regular author? ized agent in Columbia to solicit advertisements and procure subscriptions for the Inlelligenoer. ? -o--? RETURN. DAY. Tuesday nex*> 14th- of September, is Return Day for this County. -?-<? SCALING OLD DEBTS. The Walh&lla Courier stated that the process of scaling old debts originated at this place, under the auspices of Gen. Harrieon. In thie our co temporary is mistaken. It was first applied on this Circuit in the manner stated, but the scheme originated in Edgefield two or three years ago, wien debts were scalod at 25 to 30- cents on the doUar. Got. Pickers was the first public man, so far as our knowledge extends, who advocated this course in reference to ante-war obligations. - METHODIST DISTRICT MEETING. The exercises of the Greenville District Meet? ing will commence in the Methodist Church of this place on Wednesday evening nest, 15th inst. Bishop Wightman is...

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. — 9 September 1869

ITEMS-EDITORIAL AliD OTHERWISE. - ? Snow fell in New York on last Thursday. ? The receipts at the Slate Treasury during the month -of August were $444,39-1. -?-The State election in Maine takes place on Monday, the 13th of September. ? The New York Sun nominates Horace Greely for the Chinese Mission. ? The Charleston Courier announces the death rtf C. D~ Carr, Esq., of that city. ? Rosh Hoshana, the Jewish New Year, was Celebrated on Monday and Tuesday last. ? The United States Cour. now in session at Greenville will adjourn to-morrow. ? Ex-Gov. Worth, of North Carol ina, died in iRaleigh on last Monday night. ? The New England calico mills have generally suspended work. They await the new crop of cot ton. ? More than $65,000,000 worth of boots and shoes will be manufactured in Massachusetts' the .present year. ? B. G. Yocum, late mail agent on the Green? ville Road, has been appointed Auditor of Abbe? ville county. ? Elihu Burritt, the learned blacksmith, has been consul at Birming...

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. — 9 September 1869

nkr&m |ttttlligencer. T E'RM S: TWO DOLLARS AND A HAU? PEE ANNUM, in united states cusrenct. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisement!! inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar, per square of twelve lines for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to those who advertise by the year. gjg&~ For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. _ LAW REGARDING NEWSPAPERS. Some persons imagine that they can subsoribe for a newspaper and in a whimsicxl mood cease to take it from the post-office? and there their respon? sibility ends; the reverse is the case, as will be I seen by the following: Decision or the Courts.?Any person who takes a paper regularly from the Post Office? whether directed to his name or another, or whether he has subscribed or not, is responsible for the pay. If a person orders his paper discon? tinued, he must pay all arrearages, or the publish? er may continue to send it until payment is made, and collect the whol...

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. — 16 September 1869

fie ^itemi Snlclliflaiccr. An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. HOTT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON, S. <L THURSDAY, SEPETMBER 16, 1869. VOLUME 5.---NO. 12. ?0Hti?> art ?tw. Future Policy of the Democratic Party. In accepting the nomination as the Democratic candidate for Governor of Massachusetts, John Quincy; Adams de? livered a speech, from which we make the following extracts. He is the first prominent Northern politician who has ventured to put forth any policy for the Democratic party to pursue in the next ?campaign, and for that reason his views will be read with interest: dead issues. And first of all, upon matters of nation? al policies, although they do not enter this debate, it is proper for us to propose what we deem the wisest course to steer. In my judgment, our defeat in the iiast election substantially settled the recon? struction and negro suffrage controversy, much as we may dislike tho decision. There is n...

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. — 16 September 1869

^nttcr-wu ffntclliflctttci'. Thursday Morning, September 16th, 1869. J5@- John T. Sloan, jr., is tho regular author? ized agent in Columbia to solicit advertisements and procuro subscriptions for the Intelligencer. _ The New York Shipping and Commercial List estimates the present cotton crop at 2,260, 557 bales, which is considerably lower than any estimate heretofore put forth. -.-4P ggT" The card of R. C. Sharpb & Co., Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, of Charles? ton, will be found in another column, We take pleasure in recommending this firm as reliable and worthy of patronage. jggsr** The first bale of new cotton in our mar? ket was purchased by Watson & Bro. on Friday last, from Mr. D: M. Watson, ono of the firm, at 32 cents. On the same day, Messrs. Cbatton & Son bought a new bale from Mr. Joseph Prevost, aj. 30 cents. We ravite attention to the advertisement ot Messrs: Hawkins, Williamson & Co., of Balti? more. These gentlemen have secured the services...

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. — 16 September 1869

es? corrected weekly by SHARrE A faxt. Anderson, Sept. 15, 18G9. Cotton market quiet at 26 to 28 ; Corn, SI.50 to $1.75; Peas, $1.40 to $1.50;"Bacon, 20 to 25; Flour, $8.00 to $12.00 ; Wheat $1.50 to $1.75 ; Oats, $1.00. bt tuesday xvening's MAIL. Augusta, Sept. 13, 1809. Cotton market active, but prices declined jjc.? sales 464 bales?middlings 29. Cotton is coming in freely to market. Charleston, Sept. 13, 1869. Cotton in fair demand, but easier, with sales of 200 bales?middlings 30. New York. Sept. 13, 1869. Cotton lower, with salos of 700 bales at 33 to S3i cents. Gold, 35f. The "XIX CENTURY" Publication Co., at Charleston, have been so successful in literary enterprise that they are distrubuting hundreds of choice standard works free to the purchasers of the Magazine. Ask for it at G. W. Fant's Book Store. 10?4 Special Notice.?To parties in want of Doors, Sashes and Blinds, we refer to the advertisement ?of P. P. Toale, the large manufacturer of those goods in Charleston. Price ...

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. — 16 September 1869

^nkrsmt Intdligcttccr. TERMS: TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF PER- ANNUM, in united states currency. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to-those who advertise by the year. . j?Qj- For announcing & candidate, Five Dollars in advance. _. ^_ LAW REGARDING F?W8PAPEBS. Some persons imagine that they can subscribe for a newspaper and in-a whimsical mood cease to take it from the pest-office, and there their respon? sibility ends; the reverse is the case, as will be seen by the following : Decision or thb Cocbts.?Any person- wbo takes a paper regularly from the Post Office? whether directed to his name or another, or whether he has subscribed or not, is responsible for the pay. If a person orders his paper discon? tinued, he must pay all arrearages, or the publish? er may continue to send it until payment is made, and collect the whole...

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. — 23 September 1869

An Independent Family Journal---Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. HOYT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON, Si C. THURSDAY, SEPETMBER 23, 1869. VOLUME 5.-NO. 13. f vlititu ami fjUws/ THE GREAT MINING CALAMITY. On Monday, the 6th of September, oc curred a most horrible catastrophe at Avondale, Pa. Over one hundred men were hurried into eternity by one of those disasters not unfrequent in mining coun? tries. The cause of the disaster must, to a certain extent, always remain a myste? ry. Not one aurvives to tell the story of suffering and death, and the origin of the catastrophe is mainly a matter of conjec? ture The newspapers are filled with lengthy account*, written from the scene of disaster, giving such information as will shed the most light upon this sad event, and relating the agonizing picture presented upon discovering the bodies of these unfortunate miners. We will give such as our limited space permits, and begin with the following concise narra? tive f...

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. — 23 September 1869

An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. HOTT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON, S. C. THURSDAY, SEPETMBER 23, 1869. VOLUME 5.-NO. 13. THE GREAT MINING CALAMITY. On Monday, the Gth of September, oc corred a most horrible catastrophe at Avoudale, Pa. Over one hundred men were hurried into eternity by one of those disasters not unfrcqueut in mining coun? tries. The cause of the disaster must, to a certain extent, always remain a myste? ry. Not one survives to tell the story of suffering and death, and the origin of the catastrophe is mam I}* a matter of conjec? ture. The newspapers are filled with lengthy accounts, written from the scene of disaster, giving such information as will shed the most light upon this sad event, and relating the agonizing picture presented upon discovering the bodies of these unfortunate miners. We will give such as our limited space permits, and begin with the following concise narra? tive from the New York Trib...

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. — 23 September 1869

JVudevsau Intelligences Thursday Horning, September 123rd, 1869. John T. Sloan, jr., is the regular Author? ized agent in Columbia to solicit advertisements and proeure subscripiioos for the Intelligencer. NOTICE TO DELINQUENTS. Persons iudebted to (bis office for subscription are earnestly requested lo pay us a visit next week and discharge their indebtedness. The cross mark will signify to subscribers who is meant in this request. With some we have wait ed patiently, in view of the necessity for them to use their money for other purposes, and we trust they wi.l show a due appreciation of this indul? gence by responding nromptly. Those indebted for advertising and job work are notified that the demands against them must likewise be settled without delay. ? A sample of long staple cotton, raised Oconee county by Mr. James Zachart, has been exhibited to us. PersoM desirous of inspecting the sample will call on Towers & Burriss, of this place. JJQT Mr. S Frank McConnell has sent t...

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. — 23 September 1869

The State Census?Cardfrcm Mr. Sparnick. Bureau Agricultural Statistics, 1 Columbia, September 18. 1869. J To the Editor of the Phoenix?My Attention has been directed to an editorial excerpt from the An? derson Intelligencer, containing an erroneous state? ment in reference to the forms for taking the State census, which you will do me the kindness to cor? rect The law under which the census takers are operating requires simply an enumeration of the in? habitants of the State to be made as a basis for the apportionment of representation in the General Assembly: but, in preparing the blanks for this purpose, I was induced, by considerations of pub? lic economy and expediency, to make provision al? so for a canvass of children within the ordinary ages of pupilage, and of all male citizens qualified to exercise the right of suffrage. Hence the blanks ?and books contain three sepnrate columns?one classified "children between six and sixteen years of age ;" another "males over twenty-one ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 23 September 1869

pkrsott Intelligencer. TERMS: TWO DOLLAES AND A SAU' FEE ANNUM IN UNITED . STATES C?BrBBNCT. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol lar per square of twelve lines for the first insertion and Fifty- Cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to those who advertise by the year. gSm ?or announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. LAW BEGABDING NEWSPAPERS. Some persons imagine that they ean subscribe f6r a newspaper and in a whimsical mood cense to take it from the post-office, and there their respon? sibility ends; the reverse is the case, as will be seen by the following: Decision or the Co??ts.?Any person who takes a paper regularly from the Post Office? whether directed to his name or another, or whether he has subscribed or not, is responsible for the pay.k If a person orders his paper discon? tinued, he must pay all arrearages, or the publish? er may continue to send it until payment is made, and collect the whole amount, wheth...

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. — 30 September 1869

" -',_ ^^^^ _ _^^^^ " ' An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, literature and General Intelligence. HOTT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON. S. C. THURSDAY, SEPETMBER 30, 1869. VOLUME 5.---NO. 14. DRIFTING- WITH THE TIDE. BY EDITH LEE. The nver flowed smoothly and peace? fully, along. Over mountain, hill-side and treoy the straggling rays of a Summer sunset poured their la?t tints, and cheered into song the woodland warblers flitting from bough to bough. Here, Nature was rugged, but grand. The mountains wore Jofty and majestic, and raising their hroad fronts on either side, cradled the flowing river, and hushed it into noise? less slumber. The .sun-beams wen$. slan? ting down the hill sides, imparting their bright-colored tints to the clinging moss, and glancing in and out the gay fbilage; then lulling upon the river, made long tracks of rosy, light, whose bright cour sings were intently watched by one occu? pant of a pretty little boat that was drifting with the tide. Phi...

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. — 30 September 1869

HOTT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON, S. 0. THURSDAY, SEPETMBER 30, 1869. VOLUME 5.-NO. 14. DEUTING WITH THE TIDE. BY EDITH LEE. The 'river flowed smoothly and peace? fully, along. Over mountain, hill-side and tree, "the straggling rays of a Summer sunset poured their last tints, and cheered into song the woodland warblers flitting from bough to bough. Here, Nature was rugged, but grand. The mountains wore lofty and majestic, and raising their "broad fronts on either side, cradled the flowing river, and hushed it into noise _ less slumber. The sun-beams wen^ slan? ting down the hill sides, imparting their bright-colored, tints to the. clinging moss, and glancing in and out the gay fbilago; then tailing upon the river, made long tracks of rosy light, whose bright cour sings were intently watched by one occu jpan.t of a pretty little boat that was drifting with the tide. Philip Eandolph dropped tho oars, and followed in its % .-course the circling light. Ho was won? dering what the a...

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. — 30 September 1869

Thursday Morning-, September 30th, 1869. , ? John T: StCAN, jr., is the regular author irod agent in Colombia to solioit advertisements and procure subscriptions for the Intelligencer. -*~ aSF The Uniou Meeting for the Third Union. District of the Saluda Baptist Association will be? gin at Cross Roads Church on Friday before the fifth Sabbath in Ootobetr proximo. We hadl the pleasure of a brief visit on Eriday last from F. W. Day*son, Esq., of the Char? leston Newt. He is on a tour through the up country for the first time, we believe, and we trust that he will carry back with him pleasing memo? ries of. our people and section. - ?!?'?-* FBOST. On Tuesday morning, 28th of September, frost was visible in this vicinirf. Passengers by the Blue Ridge Road report frost from Walhalla to this place. Fires and heavy clothing were deci? dedly comfortable. -? -:? . HON. W H. TRESCOT. A correspondent of the Charleston Courier an? nounces that the above named gentleman has de? termined to remov...

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. — 30 September 1869

?NTew Store! ]NTew Store!! BYRNE & FOGAETY WOULD beg leave to inform the public that they have opened a' Store at Anderson C- H., where TOejprare:offeHiig goods at a slight advance on COS2' for CASH. Call and see them at the BENSON SOUSE CORNER before purchasing elsewhere. They have now in store and to arrive, bagging;. Rope and Twine; Flour, in sacks or barrels; crushed, clarified and brown Sugar; Syrup and Muscovado Molasses, Coffee, Bacon Sides and Should? ers; choice Sugar Cured Hams; butter, sugar, soda and ginger Crackers; Soap, Starch and Candles; Salt, Buckets, Soda, Candy, Nails, Knives and Forks, Spoons, Pad Locks, Lamps and Chimneys, Cali? co, Homespun, Jeans, Satinets,Denmins, Hickery Stripes, Graniteville and Batesville Brown Shirting, Cctton Flannel, Red and White Flannel, Shoes, Hafs, Trunks, Valises, ?See. A liberal advance made on Cotton consigned through our house. BYRNE & FOG-ARTY, ftri CORNER BENSON HOUSE. Sept.2.% 1869 - 13 4_ HAWKINS, WILLIAMSON & C...

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