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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 28 March 1861

Kissing on tia Sly. .His manly -whiskers sw< pt her cheeky She utiered no reply? How could sue VnrL'^}titf TheVe^^^?^1 Peking ph*ss ;roes?s could nc t buy, Fac hfneyed worth of o ie sweet kiss That's taker on the sly? ? Oh! this kissing on the sly? This kissing on tiie sly? This wooing, winning style of sinning, Eissing on the sly. The maiden meek ike k ss received, Demurely winked hei eye, And with the air of one bereaved, She heaved a heavy sigh; Again that wayward wl iskcr pressed Her cheek; she brea bed?Oh my! How grateful to the bui thencd breast Is kissing on the sly Oh! this kissing on the sly? This kissing on he sly Downright delicious, e'en malicious Kissing on the s'.y. Though rigid rule doch.rc the deed To be a crime so "high, No lover dare deny the deed Of kissing on the sly; Though Ta's and Ma's berate and prate Till Dulcineas cry, The custom don't a bit abate Of kissing on tho slj. Oh ! -this kissinj on the sty? This kissing on the sly? Lntcnsely thrilling?traubhvki...

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 April 1861

THE ANDERSON INTEL LIGENCER, IS ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY, AT ONE DOILAS A YEAE, IN ADVANCE. SSf If delayed six months, SI. 50 ; and $2.00 - at the end of the year. , HOYT, Sc HU3IPIIREYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. I Advertisements inserted at modora:c rates; liberal deductions mado to those who will ldvcrtise by the year. The Poisoned Almond. Tho hosts of England had fled, smitten Und shattered, from the fatal rifles of the Americans, and the glad tidings had leaped from the red field of battlo to the anxious hearts of the citizens of JJfew Orleans. As ?night came down upon the rescued, the glare of huge bonfires, the flashing of dan ting torches, and the glitter of innumera? ble lamps, with jubilant shoi'.ts, cries, and exultant laughter, that met eve and ear at every turn, betokened tho victor's tri? umph. The humble home of the artisan, and the proud mansion of the rich alike shone with the light, and resounded with sounds of joy. But no homes was so gay and resplendent as that of 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. — 4 April 1861

Washington. March 28?Mr. Lamon's report to-day was tho subject of a Cabi? net meeting. It conSrms the previous dispatches from Major Anderson, that ho cannot hold out much longer. Mr. Lamon gives it as his opinion that it is ahnosjj impossible to reinforce, tho San>]^SfoT Sumter. He left no order wj^foJrt Anderson-for tho^aa?m^^^^ but will pro-^TT^^for tho evacua in a fevvdjj^ig^ ^?^*^^met meeting is understood to been unanimous iu advising the with? drawal of the troops from Sumter. Although President Lincoln has refus? ed to make publi\Major Anderson's dis? patches, it is known thf.t there is no ground for alleged discrepancies in them, as has been charged. The Confederate Commissioners have received no intimations of any reply as yet to their demand f >r recognition, but have determined to cc mply with the ad? vice of their Government to tarry here awhiie. Col. A: Dudley Mann left to-day for Europe, quite hopeful of the success of his mission. Tho Senate has adjourned sine ...

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 April 1861

ViCE-PRESIDEXT STEPHEN'S ON THE QUES? tion of tue Day.? We publish to-day a full report of Mr. Alexander H. Stephens' Savannah speech, and as it is an official declaration of the policy of the Southern Confedarac}-, it should be attentively read. Mr. Stephens opens with ah analysis and defence of the new sonstitution, recapitu? lating the principal changes made by it, and proving very conclusively that it is better than the old one. lie makes a number of good points in the matter of tho tariff, and tbmolishos the fallacy through which tho rest of the United States have been taxed to enrich gNew" England manufactures and Pennsylvania iron mongers. Mr. Stephens does not hesitate to acknowledge that the new government has shivery for its foundation, and claims that the theory of the equali? ty of races is untenable. Slavery, ho de? clares, is the normal condition of the ne oto. and the new constitution is based that principle. Mr. Stephens believes that the civilized world will recogni...

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 April 1861

"Where there's a Will, there's a way. by j. g. saxe. He was a noble Roman, In Rome's imperial day, Who heard a coward croaker, Before the battle, say: " They'r i safe in such a fortress; Thero is no'way to shake it?" "On! on! " exclained tho hero, '?' r 11 find a xcay o - make it! " Is Fame your aspiration ? Her path is steep and high; In vain he seeks the temple, Content to gaaeaiid sigh; The shining throne is waiting, But he alo:ac can take it, Who says, with Ronan firmness, " I'll find a way, or make it! "? Is learning your anbitiou 1 There is no royal road ; Alike the pear and peasaut Must cbmb to her abode; Who feels the thirs! for knowledge, In Helicon may i.lake it, If he has still the /.toman will To find a way or make it! ? \ Are riches worth the getting? They must be biavely sought; With wishing and with fretting, The boon canno. b j bought; To all the prize is op m,' But only he can take it, Who says, with Roman courage, I'll find a way, or make it I In Love's impassioned...

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 April 1861

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, IS ISSUED EVERY TEURSDAY, AT ? ONE DOELAB A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. ' jJS^- If dlelftjed six montLii, SI.00; and $2.00 at'the end of the year. HOYT & HUMPHREYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Advertisements inserted at m idorato rates; liberal deductions made to those who < will adrcrtiso by tho year. HOW I SPENT MY NLW YEAR. ,lt?y mother died when I was very "young, leaving me to tho earo of an indul-1 gent father, who petted and spoiled mo tintilhe met with a handsc me, cold-hearted - widow lady, with one child about my own ;age, ;whom he married. I pass over the martyrdon of my childhood, and on to th? eventful ?fcw Year's day which forms J tlie subject of my story. . .It was a, few days before Christmas, when my stepmother remarked., "I sup? pose, Maiy, that Fred Sterling will be j home in a day or two." g Oh, yes," replied her daughter,." Fan- \ ny told me that she c.cpected him to-] morrow." " Then he will likely cill upon you on New Year's; ho will be g...

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 April 1861

ijfsw York, April 8.?Jt is reported and denied, that Majpr^jJolrnbs, jommandanjt at G^j^j?c^'*Kland, has res igned. - "Barry's Artillery is aboard, the stes v-' Atlanue. The-Powhattan Kop^****'01' petered to Forff Hamilton for>^?P^ . , \Captain M. Meiggs. # company of mechanics from wushfngton, left to-day fQrpaiiB unkaown. ? ,.^3an^3 of>nTcn aro.a-fc "work on the vva bash, &Jmoke and Perry, jj^gides nine hundred troops, a number ; of long cliuker-built boats a re shipped on r Board the Atlantic and cleared for Brazos. The Illinois has steam on; it is reported . she will load .with stores and troops at night. The Powhattan, with five hun? dred troops, crossed the bar to-day, bound out. The Nashville advertised to sail on Saturday, will be dotainod until the 9th. Washington, April 8.?The Commas-1 . sioners appear impressed with tho belief that tho expedition spoken of above is principally designed for Texas. Intelligent, army and navy officers are of opinion that the bulk o...

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 April 1861

5oj, Tor tlr^eariy^'dea?!, The fijuerrd (<?il prolong, ,,For hfc^-torj quickly stied, ". The gifted child of s jag; ? And lay upon his narrow cell The tuneful lyre ho I05 ed so well. Furl o'er the poet's grave The banner that he sang, In strains that shook (he wave, ^AnoTha^upon the cj press there His stainless sword ar.d shattered spear. Blest be the warrior-bard, Whoso love is still idle same, His country's homes to guard, Or celebrate her fomc; Warmed by the same celestial fire, He draw? the sword or stikes the lyre. Not where fierce squadrons wheel Upon the ensanguined sod, Amid the clash of si eel, He gave his soul to God: But sheltered in th? parent's nest, The wearied bud of song found rest. Alas! the rainbow iiues, That arched his early years, Transformed to clouds, diffuse In showers of falling tears, And ho h?3 von a 'jatriot's crown, For whom we craTod a bard's renown. Weep not the poet dead, Faith whispers, " It iswill," While round his lowly bed Hope's fragrant bloss...

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 April 1861

... _J??m JL , SjjS?tli of. Wo. M. 'fiartin. th < eaidy'dead, Tbc funeral k?U prolong, For hfb,-i:oo quickly sped, ^.-Jiie giitcd child of song; Aid lay upon, his narrow cell The tuneful lyre be loved so irelL Furl o'er the poet's grave The banner that he sang, In strains that shook the wave. ^?{L^r^?ii mountain rang; nd hang upon the cypress there His stainless sword and shattered spear. Blest be the Trnrrior-bard, Whose love is still the same, His country's home3 to guard. Or celebrate her fume ; Warmed by the same celestial fire, He dra77? the sword or stikes the lyre. Not where fierce squadrons wheel Upon the ensanguined sod, Amid the clash of steel, He gave his soul to God: But sheltered in the parent's nest, The wearied bhi of song found rest. Alas! the rainbow hues, That arched his early years, Transformed to clouds, diffuse In showers of falling tears, And he ha3 von ? patriot's crown, For whom wc craTcd a bard's renown. Weep not the poet dead, Faith whispers, ??It iswiU,...

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. — 11 April 1861

See the card of our young friend, Robert A. Harris, who will uhortly he located in this place for the practice oT Dentistry. ANDERSON PRICES CURRENT, Corrected weekly by England & Bewley. BAGGING, 10 to BALE ROPE. ? ? 12.! BAGGING TWINE, 25 ADAMANTINE CANDLES, 25 ? 80 SPERM CANDLES, 45 ? 50 ?10 COFFEE, 18 ? 20 JAVA COFFEE, 18 ?TEA, 60 ?1.00 RICE, GJ ? 7 N. O. SUGAR, 11 ? 12* (C) COFFEE dc. 12 ? 12i (B) do. do. 18 (A) do. do. 18 ? m CRUSHED do. 14 LOAF. do. 14 ? 15 N. O. MOLASSES, CO to 65 WEST INDIA do. 40 ? 45 ?SALT, sack, $2 50 CAST STEEL, 22 ? 25 GERMAN STEEL, 14 ? 15 BLISTER do. 10 ? 12.1 SWEDE IRON, 0.! @ 7 ENGLISH do. ? 5 ? U BAND do. C.V ? 7 SHEET do. ? ? 10 CASTINGS, C} ? 10 NAILS, - 5 ? 0} RIFLE POWDER, $7 00 ? 7 50 BLASTING do. $5 00 ? 5 50 "LEAD, 9 ? 10 SHOT, bag, $2 25 ? 2 50 INDIGO, $1 50 MADDER. 20 BLUE STONE, 1? ? 18 UNSEED OIL, $1 10 ? 1 25 TRAIN do. 00 @ 1 00 WHITE LEAD, 25 lb kegs, 52 50 ? 2 75 FRENCH GLASS, 8 X 10, ? 3 00 ? 3 25 do. do. 10 X 12, 3 50 ? ?' 75 ?...

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. — 17 April 1861

%\x littepktt |uitnurJ--|tWA fa friiffe, ffcnrfure; $?, pmtls, ^griailfur^ Science anbr gat BY HUMPHREY'S. THE ?NBERS?N INTELLIGENCER, IS ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY, AT ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. Jpgy If delayed six monlhs, 51.50; and S2.C0 at tlio end of the year. IIOYT & HUMPHREYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Advertisements inserted :it moderate rates: liberal deductions made to those who will advertise by tho year. A Call to the Ministry. Somebody is always tolling stories about tho ? Hard-shell Baptists." Wags have the ran on them, and they may as "well be content and boar it. Here fol lows.a-.tale told of thorn not long since. My informant locates it in the mountains of North Carolina, whore tho Hard-shells are quite numerous, and where they be? lieve pretty strongly in dreams aud voi? ces. In the important matter of a call to tho ministry, a dream or a voice is almost indispensable. Now, it camo to pass that a man by the namo of "Walker felt himself considerably moved to " hol...

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. — 17 April 1861

JAKES A. K***1' and EDITED ?BfV^THUlIPHEEYS. Our Absence. Both editors being called into the service cf the State, by the marching orders to ibe Fourth Regi? ment, S. C. Volunteers, the editorial and business departments of the Intelligencer will be under the care of Col. J. P. Hovx, of Lam-ens, who is at his post, nud makes his salutatory bow in the annexed card. Col. H?yt is authorized to transact all business ? mJ?iQ name of the firm. We hope, in our absence, the good people of An? derson will uphold and extend the circulation of the Intelligencer. A letter may be expected from one of us, each week. With this brief explanation, we hid our many friends a long farewell, if hostilities continue. JAMES A. HOYT, Vi. W. HUMPHREYS. It will be seen by the above card of the editors of the Intelligencer that they have both gone to the wars to reap the glory thereof, and endure or en? joy all else that belongs to a life in camp, and have thrown the " Editorial Mantle " over our shoulders, t...

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. — 17 April 1861

BATES OF POSTAGE IX T II S Confederate States of America. For die convenience of subscribers, and the pub? lic generally? insert the following simplified statement of the rates of postage under the act of the Congress of the Confederate States of America, adopted on the 21st of February. 1801. It must be borne in mind that the Act is to go into effect Jbtobert A.. arris, SURGEON DENTIST, WILL take rooms at the Benson House on the first day of Mny next, where he may at all times be found to attend to his profession. Circular to Tailta?ectors." 1 DENTAL CJLTIT>. THE undersigned would respectfully bring to the -"from and after such period as the Postmaster notice of the citizens of Anderson, bis friend, General may, by proclamation, announce : " ROf.EJlT .'V HARRIS, Surgeon Dentist, who has n \TP<? OP morpi ?ri studied with me for three years and practiced in RATES Ut 1 USIAGE mv 0njcc onc year, and who is now prepared to at Betwctn places within the Confederate States o f Amer? ...

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. — 17 April 1861

We don't teto^rfan, no i Thc^rfu\lylotSo! igllt U Mississippi, In Louisiana, Texas; And Florida, though bought by us, Can go and never yes us. 'Tis little Carolina That dared there to throw The gannlet of defence Before her mighty foe? Insultins Carolins, : That wouldn't lag and wait, Nor sulk in mean submission while The foe was at her gate! Therefore let Carolina forever be accursed I We 11 lcav.o hcv to 1- er bl=odyft., To brave and bare thf 1-er bloo' ' ? Let Federal v^^?a3*, . * *;'";amc w? meant play. ^Tfro^ the proceedings of on toward Uxe close of ?ts late so FTlnier^tiug: . of this Convey ^ ? p Jamigon ndorc^, to Uie . ira0artiali the courtesy, digmcy, Hotel was illuminated wUh fire-works. The names of those Here arc Sumter Volunteers, Capt. John S ^hardson j Governor'. Guards, Columbia Capt. W. H. Casson j Columbia Grays, Capt. ,vm. Wallace?Charleston Mercury. v -,,1 ability, with which lio liaa dis ^ duties as it. Presiding 0? charged his cc:. The President then lowing re...

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. — 25 April 1861

THE ANDEKSON INTELLIGENCER, IS ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY, AT ONE DOLLAR A YEAB, 1ST ADVANCE. Jgg~ If delayed six months, SI.50 ; nnd $2.00 at the end of the year. HOYT & HUMPHREYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Advertisements inserted at moderate rates; liberal deductions mado to those who will advertise by the year. A French Will Story. Xl Is she dead, then ?" " Yes, madanie." replied a little gentle? man in a brown coat and short breeches ?And her will V "Is going to be opened here immediate? ly by her solicitor." Shall we inherit anything?" "It must be supposed go; we have claims." " TTJ^jfiJtliis miserably dressed person age who intrudes herself here ?" " 0, she," replied the little man, snccr ingly, " she won't have much in the will; she is sister to the deceased." "What! that Anne, who wedded in 1812, a man of nothing?an officer?" " Precisely so." "She must have no small amount of impudence to present herself here, before a respectable family/' "The more so, as sister Egrie. of nob...

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. — 25 April 1861

New*. extracts. question is, ""Who h^^ay at horned1., ^ho war has just commenced. The ^Confederate flag floats from the North Carolina Military Institute and sevcraj private buildings, and every on<i^t^\ anxious to haste to tho State and take possesiaa^*^^ ts' The loliowina^-1!?? wcr? last evening**^? thc hour ?W?or understood^^, tho -..Is'nigh^s train, desrgimtcchJ??1^ ^eloc*k.,^^ . ^ i?riVE Office. Aprj>o7 1861. HEders hv^e^Deeu issue^oCol. Biycc -Sot?palfj- to go><Tort Caswell. MSiit. L.ce, ofth^fortb Carolina Military 'Institute,y^report at Fort Caswcll for dutyjufc-^ie. J. W. ELLIS. Traham Daves, Private Secretary. "The Biflemon are commanded by Col. L. S. Williams, and is made up of the beSt and truest men to be found in Meck? lenburg County. The honor of the State wi.1! surfer no detrimcntin their hands. Fourth Regiment, S..C. Y.?Persons corresponding with members of compa? nies comprising the 4th Regt. S. C. Y. com. manded by Col. J. B. BrSloan, will ad? dress to...

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. — 25 April 1861

RATES OF POSTAGE iS the " Confederate States of "America. For the convenience of subscribers, and the pub? lic generally, vre insert the following simplified statement of the rates of postage under the act of the Congress of tho Confederate States of America, adopted on the 21st of February, 1861. It must be borne in mind that tho Act is to go into effect "from and after such period as the Postmaster General may, by proclamation, announce:" RATES OF POSTAGE Between places within the Confederate States of Amcr m tea. on" letters. Single letters not exceeding a half ounce in weight? For any distance under five hundred milesj five cents. For any distance over five hundred miles, ten cents. An additional single rate for each additional half ounce, or less. Drop letters, two cents each. In the foregoing cases, the postage to be prepaid by stamps or stamped envelopes. Advertised letters, two cents each. on packages Containing other than pvinted or written matter (money packages are includ...

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. — 25 April 1861

m The ? Ordered Atray.V -:o: BY MRS. B. J. JACOBUS. -:o. At the end of each street, a banner^jg The people all march in a mass, But quickly aside, they s^#^P?k' To let the brave Compiles pass. The streets ared**"*"***1. b ut the laug;htcr is s tiU'd, The cro-!T<Is is all going one way, Their cheeks are blanched vrliite, but thej smile aa they light Lift their hats to the?Ordered away. They smile while the dart deeply pierces their heart, But each eye- flashes back the war glance, As they watch the brave file march up with a smile, 'Neath their flag?with the musket and lance. The cannon's loud roar vibrates on our shore, .But! the people are quiet to-day, As startled they see how fearless and free March the. Companies?Ordered away. Not a quiver or gleam of fear can be seen, Tho' they go to meet death in disguise, For the hot air is filled with poison distilled 'Neath the raya of fair Florida's skies. Hark! the drum and the fife awake to new life The soldiers?:( can't get away," "W...

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. — 2 May 1861

%\x |?p?M I^?^rt?feb ia politics, ||enfe?, Befes, ? ^jria?tm^ &acntc itnb frt. TO HOYT & HUMPHIIEYS. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C, THURSDAY""MORNING, MAY 2, 1861. VOLUME L?NU^pER 37. . THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, IS. ISSUED. EYERY THURSDAY, AT OHE DOILAS A YEAS, IE ADVANCE. B@j?*If delayed six mouths, SI.50; and $2.00 at the end ox' tho year. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Advertisements inserted at inodcra.to rales'; liberal deductions mado' to tho;o who will advertise by the year-i ? ?. t K TALE 01- THE BLOODY GROUND. 2~ WM. EAULS EIXDZR. ' The history of our border abounds with thrilling incidents, and we could till vol? umes of interesting and exciting tales of those trying and adventurous times. Eti pine and murder, robbery and incendia? rism blood and massacre, were common occurrences half a ceutury ago in the wil? derness of tho \Vest. and men and women who dared the daggers cf the forcst/otppd in constant peril of the::- lives. Among those who settled in Keut?clcy somcoighty...

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. — 2 May 1861

Montgomery, April 2;<;-~The. Cabinet ali a meeting held t^d^'^h^^^^^ ?J,COO-ialr^^^Vchif^b co?p^rato\vith tite-Bbrd^S^lgS^i^^JCse 2000 are to c(iin>-^lgJi^S^ppi, 2000 from Geor pPffom Alabama, and probably om Sooth .Caroli u:-.. The regiments accepted fi^^NorJ^Volinn,Kentucky, ^Tejincsj??e a^d Hierher 'Border States, Sicily supported by the oflicers of the Con v/edeyat?^tates^ave been ordered to re " port at Headquarters imniodiately. -The-steame* Habaipariit New Orleans ?das tiiken-f?^day^Slie was named tho Semji??s.will, probably, bo as command. Oi^eans, April 22.?The Cahaic tii -has arrived with news from Havana to *4tlre;18th inst. - The retloVtion of Fort Sumter by the South Carolina troops had caused a great __je?satumJfl^HavanR?in fix*, almost a ~7 snspenston of business. The MoJiawk ar ijved on the I8th inst. When' the Ca ?%i??a left Havana the Empire [City was it: port with 600 Federal troops from Tex? as... The health of tho city was good. ^t'jBSit- West, April 15.?T...

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