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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 December 1870

^n independent Family Journal?Deroted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. HOYT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON C. Hi, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1870. VOLUME 6?NO. 20. LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. Tcesday, December 13, 1870. SENATE. The Senate met at 12 m. Mr. Smalls submitted a petition from the County Commissioners of Georgetown, for pow? er to levy a special tax of two mills, and intro? duced a bill for that purpose. Mr. Nash presented the petition of the offi? cers of the College of South Carolina, for a grant of $9,650, in consideration of services. Mr. Whittemere introduced a bill to amend "An Act to define the jurisdiction and regulate the practice of Probate Courts." Mr. Hayne introduced a bill to repeal the Act establishing a State Police. Mr. Cardozo introduced a bill to empower the State to maintain beneficiaries in the I^unatic Asylum, instead of the several Counties, as heretofore. Mr. Corbin presented a memorial against the {wissage of the b...

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. — 22 December 1870

Anderson gttteUigenrer. TlflJBSl^^Oj?filf?, DE?, 22, 1870. JOT No paper will be issued from this office next week. ... " f ? f' A valuable lot of Furniture will be sold a^the resjden.ce of Dr.. W. CJBfcnnett on Thurs? day" next," 29th of December. See advertise? ment. *Jt3r~A"ttenfion1s called to the advertisement of Vrm: S, Brown, E^.^hojnas. accepted the agency of the Liverpool & London and Globe Insurance Company. . - ? '? ???-?-?-. W Mr. Perry has introduced a bill into the House of Representatives, which provides for. the formation of a new county from portions of j Anderson, Oconee and Pickens, to be known as Pendletoo, with the Court House at Pendle tott. B?r A. O.'Norris, Esq., the reeently elected Judge of Probate. for Anderson County, has qualified and entered upon the discharge, of his. duties. All persons) having, business in that office will take notice of his advertisement elsewhere. ? ....-^ On Monday and Tuesday next, 26th and 27th of December, Mr. Joseph B. McGe...

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. — 22 December 1870

Urilesa there is'some change "made in the law of Texas, there will be no Congressional eleo?oft h?ld-in the State until NoTember,-1872, "rrftert hf will be time to .choose menfibere "to the >Fiorty.*taird; Qongress. The Radicals find -it muoh easier. tr> hold power in the South Hhan. obtain it, and hence they abolish or postpone elections whenever such a course is practicable ? Mjr. James. M. Baxter, the assignee of the Laurens Railroad, has riled his "report of the sale of the said road, rn which he states that the. road was knocked down to Messrs. J. J. " Wbarton arid J. J. Patterson. Ah order has been issued by. Judge Bryan,r requiring these .gentlemen.to show cause, on the 10th of Janu? ary, why they have not complied with the terms of sale. '"-?Tf?n. David G. Burnett, the first Presi? dent of Texas, died in Galveston recently, in the 81st year of his age. He was a native of New Jersey, and had lived an adventurous and ro? mantic life. When Texas became a Republic, he defe...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 December 1870

Twice W^ooed. . i ? J ?-*- . ' . ' -i-Poohi- pooh I Phil Morton; I sincerely ? hope you are not absolutely determined to be an old bache'or." And Fred Lacy plucked the stump of a cigar from his teeth, and: looked at me half-reproach fully, half inquiringly. "Then, my dear boy, it is my painful duty to Inform you that you have hoped in vain," I re? torted, almost tartly: - . " " p "fj!? And Tturned to the window of the railway earriage, in which we were travellingto conceal what my race would have otherwise betrayed. We were fellow-students, in the Temple, Fred audi, iost freed from the confinement we had en|bTrea so lbcfg;; and I;'at h?) urgent request, .was. accompanying him home'to spend the hol? idays in the beautiful little village where his parents lived. That evening Squire Lacy was to give a grand ball, or soiree, in honor of his sorTs return;. and I, though always far more trilling to shun than to court the society of la? dies, had, after much urging, consented to make one o...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 January 1871

?HS1 An Independent Family Journal?Derotcd to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. HOYT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY'MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1871. VOLUME 6?NO. 27. To the Members of the Union Reform Party. The time has arrived when it becomes proper to announce to you the termination of the la? bors and responsibilities of your Executive Committee at an early day, and the dissolution of the party as an organization uuder the Con? vention of June last. Had the party been successful, or even so far supported by the colored people as to furnish any reasonable ground of nope that we might succeed iu the next general election, it would have been eminently wise and proper to have held together, to labor with renewed energy nnd faith for the redemption of the State, by the same means whereby we had achieved such encouraging results. But we cannot disguise the fact that, though the majority against us returned by the ofhcere of elections is probably fraudulen...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 January 1871

THURSDAY MOBMSG, JA3TJARY 5, 1S71. The passenger train from Anderson on Mondaj^mmrjiing. next will go through to Grecavifte' for the accommodation of persons wishing to attend Court at the latter place. "Among the Executive appointments an? nounced, last week, we observe the nams of George W. Hammond, of Anderson, who has. been appointed Trial Justice for this County. jjj^^ta J5chooJ..for_Young Ladies at this placeriinder;ihe charge of Mrs. C. R. Murray, will reopen on the 23rd inst. The popularity and excellence of this School guarantees a full attendance of pupils. The educational advantages of Williitm ston are set forth in the advertisements of W. KTPrince, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, announcing the resumption of duties in the Male and Female Schools at that place. For terms and other particulars, the reader vrill consult the advertisements. Qtgr The Lanrensville Herald records the death of Col. John Hudgens, a prominent citi? zen and estimable gentleman. In his early day...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 January 1871

>FEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Ato?fralor's Notice of Final Settlement. NOTId is hereby given that I will apply to *th'e kludge of Probate for Anderson county on Wednesday Stli Febrnary next, for a Final Set? tlement of. toe Estate of David Craig, deceased, and for letters of dismission therefrom. *l*J JASPER WILLIAMS, Adm'r. Jan 5, 1871 t 27 b Administrator's Notice of Final Settlement. TcJE undersigned hereby gives notice that he will apply to the Probate Judge of Andersen coanty on Wednesday. 8th day February next, for a Final -Settlement of the Estate of Edward J. McClure, deceased, and for letters of dismission from the same. WM. N. WHITE, Adm'r. *Jan5, 2871 ?7 6* . NOTICE. TT)Y" virtu* of an order from the Judge of Pro Wj bat? for Anderson county, to me directed, Twill- expose to sale on Saleday in February next, at Ander ion Court House, certaiu C HOSES in ACTION belonging to the Estate of Edward J. McClure, deceased. Terms of sale cash. WM. N. WHITE, Adm'r. Jau 6, 1871 27 3* Lost, ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 January 1871

I?fifIN? JPHB TABLES. f TUE" WIFE'S STRATAGEM. "Mary, your corn-bread is never done ! I wonder what is the reason everybody else has things right, and we always have things wrong?" "Why, Joe, I am sure the corn-bread has never been in this state before 1 You see, the fire'had a fit," and couldn't be made.to burn this morning." "Oh, yesJ you are always ready with an ex? cuse. Irowy there- is-Mrs. Smith 7 her -stove never has fits. And she always has the light? est, jweetest bread and the nicest cakes and Sreseryes I ever ate. I wish, you'd take pattern y m."^ ? "Well; f^ia^rej-Joe, Iy do my best, and I think I succeed onerier thau I fail. I wish I could suit you always; but that, I suppose, can scarcely be expected," and Mary gave a weary sigb. Mary Starr had been married about a year, during which time she had found housekeeping rather up-hill work. She was a neat little body, aha conscientiously did her very best to please her husband ; but he, whatever might be the reason, was ver...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 January 1871

An-Independent Family Jonrnal?JDeyoted to Polities* Literature and General Intelligence. HOYT & CO., Proprietors. V O:K, a 0.^ 12, 1871. VOLUME 6-rNo; 28, ' . For the Anderson Intelligencer. ?The Free Common School System of South Carolina.'' ."Mk "?? <? .- ??- ?. ?Mr. Editor : This Educational System, as remarked.- in a previous communication, re ininds-one of a ponderous, complicated mill machinery, which ie perfect in every part, but entirely inoperative, because the motive power necessary to propel it is wanting. " To illustrate. The system under considera? tion requires a multiplicity of officers, having enormous salaries to compensate them for su? pervising it, stating definitely when, how much, ?and by whom they are to be paid, but fails to provide funds to.pay Teachers, forgetting that a school without a Teacher is like a mill with? out water! v Now, sir, we can scarcely refrain from indul? ging the belief that our sapient legislators, in the conception and concoction...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 January 1871

?8drrs0B gatelKgcacer. THURSDAY MOSSTSGj JA5UABT El, 1871. JUT Hm INDUCEMENT. In order to. astend the circulation of the Anderson Ihtctiigencet, and to induce our pres? ent subscribers to assist in this effort, we beg leave to submit the following proposition : Every subscriber now on our books, not in arrears to this office, can renew his subscrip? tion from this date forward by the payment of TWO DOLLARS in advance for another year; provided, the subscription is accompanied by the name of & new subscriber for one year, alto at Two Dollar* in advance. By the adop? tion of this plan, -we give old subscribers the advantage of reduced rates, and seek to invoke their aid in extending onr subscription list Persons in arrears can obtain the advantages of this offer by paying up their arrearages at the rate of $2.50 per annum, and beginning anew on the above terms. In no instance will the paper be sent at $2 without payment is made in advance. Sfir An esteemed subscriber, in remitting...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 January 1871

PRXCEI OF THIS POPULAR FERTILIZER HAS BEEN REDUCED FOR THE SEAS )N OF 187J, TO MEET THE NECESSITIES OF THE PL ANTING COMMUNITY. AND HAS BEEN FIXED AT CASH?Fifty Dollars per Ton of 2,000 lbs. at Factory. TlME---Fifly-five Dollars per Ton of 2,000 lbs. at Factory, Payable l?t Norembor, 1871, without Interest. WM. C. DUKES & CO., A-gents, Charleston, S. C. Jan 12. 1871 Agent at Anderson C. H.f S. C. 28 Sm K?WB?NE mmmm STANDARD GUARANTEED is? ins. MANUFACTURED BY IU0N,WHANN& WILMING TO N.DEL. im? a 11? i;. FOR SALE BY [*U<5USTA, GEgP6* J?HAR'.E! WHANN'S SUPERPHOSPHATE The Great Fertilizer for Cotton and all Crops! THE unparalleled success of (his Great Fertilizer on ALL CROPS, proves It to be the BEST and CHEAPEST Manure now offered in the market. It has been used by man/ of the most eminent Plasters in the South, and EC ETEBY SINGLE INSTANCE IT HAS GIYEN ENTIBE SATISFACTION. fra. COTTON its effects have been particularly marked It is no rare thing for WHANN'S PHOS? PHATE to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 January 1871

Jnkrson Intelligenter. mwnvxm-'jz r> ->.*%cvc~^-. jo,- nzx*i?i Mill iWita. i>vf:ataa^>wa^f ^gs*? |VT r^Tle 33imt]Cc^ rtinneL. &^\^ dkp?fchM6 m?rihii ns!- that the Mount Ceuis tunnel, one of the most tremen? dous engineering feats of the age, would soon be completed.. It is an international work, un? dertaken jointly by the French and Italian government*; und tiie fact that the French are just now occupied in a task with their German neigbbors, more difficult eventhan the boring i of the Muu\rlt Cenjs^t?nneT, lfCTAis ""to surlpoBCJ that the Itwcr enterprise would ber neglected,5.] or at least- retarded.. Ius.compleiiou. iu-the midst of a great war that would seem to exact | all the resources that the French have at cora m&?}&.&lmpje&?e ptotif-. bT'fhe imminent imp^anWthtt:thfe,age sjttacbes to works of onea^iiy&^cea^unl^tioV The Mount Cenis tunnel, whose completion we now witness, has been before the eyes of the world for thirteen years, is not on ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 January 1871

An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. T & CO., Proprietors. ANDBBSON O. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORlSTIN.Gr, JANUARY 19, 1871; VOLUME 6?NO. 29. LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. la;?-. _ ? Tuesday, January 10, 1871. ?** ??s -i; ?- ' SENATE. - The Betr?te met at 12 M., Hon. C. W. Mont? gomery, President^? tern., in the chair. ..The following bills from the House were re? ceived, road the first time and ordered for con? sideration to-morrow : To re-cbartcr the Punk info wn Turnpike Road, in Pickens County; to ?corporate the Nashville Independent Blue's Oha*itable Association. Also, a concurrent resolution for the appointment of a joint com? mittee, to, wait upon the Treasurer of the State and obtain information as to the disposition of the appropriation of $135,000 for Legislative ?xpens1?^, which was concurred in. ?"^concurrent resolution from the House, re qairiig.-the Secretary of the Board of the Land Commission to make a report, was l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 January 1871

JtUln'son |?tcUtgf?ffv. TERMS. One copy for one your.-.~~.? 2.50 " " " six months. 1.33 Ton copies for one year.. 20.00 Twenty copies for one year.IWO The ciubs of ten and twenty will bj s;ut to any address. Subscriptions will uut bo received for a lew period tban six months. ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will bo inserted at the rate of One Dollar por squaro of one inch spaco for tue first Insertion, and Fifty Cent* per square for each subsequent Insertion. Liberal contracts made with those wishing to advertise for thrce7?ix or twelve mouths. Obituary notice* exceeding five lines will be charged for ?/..advertising rates. - Announcement of candidate^ $Ve Dollars in cnoh case, invariably in advance. Job Wort cash ondcVivery, in. encrj-instance, j ANDERSON CM., ft. C* TH&BSDAY MORNING, JAN. 19, 1871. AN EXTRA IHDTTCBMESrT. In order to extend the circulation qf the Anderson Intelligencer, and to induce our pres? ent 'subscribers to assist in this effort, tvc beg leave to submit...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 January 1871

t! Hi..-...._...._. HYMENEAL. on.. Tuoad.iv even inc. Decwnher 27, 1870, by SfT. H. Nixon Havs, mV. h. UKK DAVIS and Mis* C. SAblSJA tiBANT, all of Oeoove county. Ooliursdav eveplnR, 29tli of JJoo?iiiIkt. WTO. hv Rer. J. R, Earle.'Mr. BOVEJtX DL'NLAl* and Miss MARY FISHER, all of Anderson countv.' O.aJanuai-T 10.1S70, by Rev. A. P. Nicholson, Dr. S.AV. ? CLAYTON, of Pickens, and Miss L(>1" 1"., youngest daugli * terij^Bev^Mx^ent^^ SHERIFFS SALE. I\T virtue of sundry Executions lo nie direc 3 'cd, I will expose to sale on the first .Motl? ey, in February next, before the Court House door, within tha usual hours of sale, the folluw ?V> i*s>.property, via: ? ? J^?ne Tract of Laud, containing 70 acras, motu .... ^islees, on waters of Liddle's creek, hounded by fends of T. L. Reed and homestead of the Defoli? ant, leried un es the property of I'ttcr .McPhail, 'V at the suit of J. V. Fret well, Adm'r. . ? > '_One Tract of Land, containing 110 acres, more .. or.less, known as t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 January 1871

??- ? r-x^zi? ?sr ? - -1 ?? " " Jubtrsin Intelligencer. Additiou.il Reconsfrnotio i or General Am r ,-\ 1 T '^Tf i The Radical party in the North seems divi dcd~as to the policy ?f inaugurating additional measures of reconstruction or offering general amnesty for past political offences. The mem? bers of Congress are disposed to listen favora? bly to the scheme of upturning and revising State governments in the South of their own creation, while the moderate and thinking Re? publicans outside of Congress deplore this sort of thing,Srrr#are urgfttg geiteraV amnesty. The Washington correspondent of the New York HeraMt tbro -prefigures the ideas of the ex? tremes iifr Congress, who are dissatisfied with tlfe p^kcfl?-stRtns ?f the Southern States: The leading members of the Republican party have for some time past manifested considera? ble anxiety as to the part the Southern States will play in the next Presidential election. It is generally conceded that in the present con? dition of a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 26 January 1871

An Independent Family Journal?Deroted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. HOYT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON 0. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1871. VOLUME 6?NO. 30. r - ? sa.-?? ? i LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. Tuesday, January 17, 1871. SENATE. The Senate met at 12 M. The following papers were received from the House, with- a notification of concurrence : A Senate concurrent resolution, requiring the Re? ceiver of the Rank of the State to report; a .Senate concurrent resolution, to appoint a special committee to investigate the affairs and and operations of the Superintendent of the ^Penitentiary; a hill to regulate and determine what shall constitute a day's labor in the State. The Committee on Privileges and Elections reported upon the vacancies in the Senate in the Counties of Abbeville, Charleston and Georgetown^ and offered the following resolu? tion : That a vacancy of Senators exists in each Of the Counties of Charleston, Abbeville and Georgetown...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 26 January 1871

JVmlcvsou gutclliocurer. TER!***. One copv for one year.:.5 2.30 " " " six mouths.-. 1-25 Ten copies for one year.?.? 20.00 Twenty copies for ose year.....~.S7.50 The club* of ten and twenty will bo sent to any address. Subscriptions will not be received for a less period than six months. ADVERTISING RATES? Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of Ono Dollar per squa-eof one inch space for the first insertion, and Fifty Cctts per square for each jubsequent insertion. I?berai contracts made with those wishing to advertise for shrev, ?>x wrtwclve months. OWttriry notice* exceeding five lines will-be charged for it fidTflr'i-""!! caJUsi - . Announcement of candidates, Fi -o Dollars in each case, invariably in advance. Job Work cash on delivery, in every instance. ANDERSON C. H., S. G. THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 26, 1871, Hew to Save a Dollar. In renewing your subscription to the Ander? son Intelligencer, obtain a new subscriber at $2.00, and we will send both copies one year for $...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 26 January 1871

SPECIAL NOTICES. h.? i.-.-r', .-f . PAIX ii supposed to be the lot of us poor mortals, as in? evitable as death itself, and liable at any time to come Upon us. Therefore it is important that remedial agents should be at hand to be used in an emergency, when the ~'seminal principle lodged in the system shall develops it sclf/and we feel the excruciating agonies of pain, or the depressing influence Of disease. Such a remedial agent exists in the Pain Killeh, whose fame has made the eir e?it of the globe. Amid the eternal ices of the polar re? gions or beneath the intolerable and burning sun of the tropics, Its virtues are known and appreciated. Under all latitudes, from the one extreme to the other, suflbring hu? manity has found relief from many of its ills by its use. The wide and broad area over which this modicine has spread, attests Its value and potency. From a small be? ging, the Pain Killer has pushed gradually along, making . its ova high tray, solely by its virtues. Such une...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 26 January 1871

nkr&ft jnttigenctrJ Message of Governor Scott oa tltc Up-Coun r ^ -r ny try Troubles. .'Tb Xh% Senate'and ilousc of Representatives z have'received the concurrent resolution of the Senate and House of Representatives re- j questing me to inform, the General Assembly ?'why a sufficient militia, force for the protection j of life, liberty and property have not been sta- J tioned in such counties in this State as have been hitherto riotous and refractory; and, fur? ther, whj%have. juot tiie^ outlaws, in them .been broughyk*condign punishment; and why the proviaiow\f section 2y of'article iZ,. ay the Gonsti??iein haWrjot been enforced;; and, lllso, to inform the General Assembly what further leojislatipn?hi-necessary.-to effect the purpose herein stated." -1fr4 .furnishing yotijsuch information as it is in * myffirCT toHjupply; andirhile I deeply deplore the disturbances t? which your resolution re fere, I can scarcely venture, as Executive of the State, to pronounce any of its coun...

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