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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 2 May 1861

m Alabama, and probably South Carolin:;. The raiments ccepted frcnf~NoY< b Carolina, Kentucky, ^T^ahncsj?fle and the**^ther 'Border States, ?'fully supported by tbe officers of the Con? federate JStates^iavo been ordered to re r^po^t-at Headquarters immediately. The-steame* Habaii*fi\t New Orleans ...: was^tnken-tcy-day^lSlie was named the 8iunf?r..A Serums .will, probably, bo as $igiff?toJe?r<command. Orleans, April 22.?The Cahaic " arrived with news from Havana to , - the 18th inst. . *. The red nation of Fort Sumtor by the South Carolina Vrt>o|J3~had caused a great sensa^n^ia^Havana?in ?pet. almost a '""suspension of business. The JfoJiawk ar ifved on the I8th inst. When' the Ca + %av$a left Havana the Empire City was in port with 600 Federal troops from Tex? as. The health of the city was good. c ^-'Key West, April 15.?Tho Atlantic, v^flrom New York, arrived on the afternoon of the 13th inst.,'and communicated with * Port Taylor and left for . Sand Key. On ;#bo 14th the...

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 May 1861

Religious Notice. Rev. w. a. McSwain will preach in the Metho? dist Church in this place next Sabbath night?be? ginning at 8 o'clock. May 2, 1861. ANDERSON PRICES CURRENT, Corrected weekly by England & Bewley. bagging, lGto bale eope. 0 ? 12* bagging twine, 25 adamantine candles, 25 ? 30 sperm candles, 45 ? 50 RIO coffee, 19 ? 20 java coffee, 18 tea, CO ? 1-00 rice, Ci ? 7 n. O. sugar, 12* ? 00 (C) coffee do. 12$ 00 (B) do. do. 13 (a) do. do. 13 ? 13J 'crushed do. 14 loaf do. ? 14 ? 15 n. O. molasses, - CO to 05 west india do. 40 ? 45 salt, $ sack, $2 25 cast steel, 22 @ 25 german steel, 14 ? 15 blister do. 10 ? 12* swede iron, GJ ? 7 english do. 5 ? l i band do. ' 6* (a) 7 sheet do. - U ? 10 castings, - 6| ? 10 nails, ? ? GJ rifle powder, $7 00 ? 7 50 blasting do. $5 00 ? 5 50 lead, 9 ? 10 shot, $ bag, $2 25 ? 2 50 indigo. $1 50 ? 1 75 madder. 20 blue stone, 16 ? 18 linseed oil, Si 10 ? 1 25 train do. 90 ? 1 00 white'lead. 25 lb kegs, s2 50 ? 2 75 .french glass, 8 X 10, 3 00 ? ...

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. — 2 May 1861

the Montgomery Mail -:o: Beau-Regnrd. -:o:- .-^P^ turdtfy night ado^'thTVires Sous nepw'eacli heart inspires, mrleston has begun, ctfobBCured this morning's sun, . "Tab -with cannon, mortar and petard We saluted the North with our Bcau-regar<l. Look at the crowd in every street, ^0^^ Scan the face of each man you Hear their purpose in evorjc>*<?"b Fight to the las^a^pr^utat to death,^**" Andjys**k'3aTlnon, mortar ^^~Jgj}?[ ^Salute the North with Bcw^^ * , . , ^^ffcTjonnson too, Morris and P^kg^ and ^ And MoultjjM^T^"- .. . Thoa^^j'Wre hourly rushing in ^^rftbg to join in the battle's din? To hoist Old Abe with his own petard And salute him with our Beau-regard. Ere the sun gocs_down this April day, The Palmetto, from Lincoln's sway, Wfll stand as the emblem, green and strong, Of the bold, brave hearts who atoned her wrong "Who with cannon, mortar and petard, Avenged the South with Beau-regard. -:??.-. Virginia's Call to Arms. " Cease to consult, the time for action calls ; ...

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 May 1861

THE ANDEivSOX I^.'TE^blGEJSX'ER, IS ISSUED iiVERY THURSDAY, AT j (OTJDOLLAR A YEAR, Iff ADVANCE.' J5f@- Tf delayed six mouths', S1.50; and $2.00 iki she end of the year. HOYT HUMPHREYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. ? Advertisements inserted at moderate rates;.liberal deductions made to those who will advertise l?y the Sober Second Thought -:o:- * ' . A STORY FOB THE TIMES. <l 1 must luive it. Charles," said the handsome little wife of Air. Whitman. 41 So don't put on that sober face." " Did~J put on a sober lace ?" asked the husband, with an attempt to emilo that was anything but a success. Yes, sober as a m;m ou trial for his life. >Yby it's as long us, the moral law. There, dear, dear it up, and look at least . ?s if you had one friend in the world. What moneydovers you men are I" t: How much will it cost V inquired Mr. "Whitman. There was another effort to look cheerful and acquiescent. " About forty dollars." 11 Forty dollars! Why, Ada, do you think I am made of money f Mr. Wh...

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 May 1861

W^PHfpaaios 01 ?.cli arm will bc re ?HP&fas Companies, ur.der their own offi P?r8,.imii' the Legion will be^ndepjandeot, a?.jffi?^ it can be. It will be ccmj&i?rod snl>jecfto Call at any ti aio,' anp^ffwelvo months if necessary,- anj^^any portion Cnntains/^flwWieS"wLo wish honor? able serrSagMPPa favorable organization ; cjg^bato'immediately with Col. gBppRVat the llihs House. IrBALTiMORE, May 2.?The Senate of Ma? ryland have adopted a resolution recom? mending the appointment of a Committee to wait on the President of the United j States, the President of the Southern Con? federacy, and the Governor of Virginia, ?with the view of Bringing about someunj dorstancUng^whereby civil war m^3^^ preyxjnteo!. ^Patriotism in' NASHrn-ls^^1*. t> Powers gives nctico thatjF three houses which he will letfree, to the families" of men \a^S? ^to the ser? vice; and WV.J. .J^teman, offers ton houses for the saj^PurPOse. James Cor bitt and E. #^Sie1, *"30 make similar offers m^^/cheoi-s ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 9 May 1861

Tuesday Eveningr's Mail. jnew Orleans, May 3.?C?l. Van Dorn, in commnnd of eight hundred Tcxans, has captured, at Indianola, one hundred Uni? ted States soldiers, under command of Major Sibley, who surrendered. The offi? cers are on parole. Others have been al? lowed the option of joining the Confeder? ate army, or taking an oath not to fight again 3t "it. ISToble Texnesseeans.?John Overtoil one of the richest men in Tennessee, con? sidered worth between four and five mil? lions, has written to the Governor," Check on me to the extent of my estate, to up? hold the honor of Tennessee." . Gen. Harding, of Tennessee, wrote last week to Gov. Harris : ". Sir, whatever I have and possess, with myself, I now ten? der to you." Gca. Harding is one of the largest stock farmers in Tennessee, and is a gontleman of very large fortune. Departure of the Butler Guards.? This fine company having boen accepted as a part of Col. Kershaw's Regiment, now on service in Virginia, left yesterday for Bichmo...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 9 May 1861

iep, here, ? hearts we ??i't vc would nihM?'?oein so. ^ We"mis8.them..^U ?>?'?>* m^ Buttruih will ever out, Tbe greatest thing we miss them for, Is seeing us about. On Sundays, when we go toe* We look in vain for somp'orchj To meet us, smiling oijg And ask to see uSjjoy a wuj. And then, we ca/Q8 Since.ollr*rgoodp^e Plaia lalkJ 75rwhiifcfo8r u^lge alon Pom* ''the use of talking thus, BuHfl try to be content, '-tfil if they cannot come to A message may be sent And that's one comfort/tny way, For though we ar^apart? There is no rea30?lwliy we may Not open h^ to heart. We trusi^ftmay not ever come Tcydny warliko test; We want to see our Southern homes Sacred in peaceful rest. But if the biood of those we love, In freedom's cause must flow, With fervent trust in God above, We bid tiiem onward go; And we will watch them as they go, And cheer them on the way. Our armsjihall be their resting place, When wounded sore they lay. Oh ! if tie sons of Southern soil, For,freelom's cause must...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 2 February 1865

? ? HE?MPHREYS, TORS. - . . ^F^yc. ?ollftrsA square 'jj?/M;.Insertion.. Obitua ^argpd.-fQr ?' ai regular KP! - A?liXp-The Prip^i?reia? be?Ku?thirig TjHBm^pjjum?'c?- Apr i 1 '"'l^p?^sbojx is' the'^case, and.antuinh has MfflQ?Miatration: p^SCj^fe^^Q'yeiu^n t against Ml^^^flTelclla^ and the" return i^ryW'''^?5>?Pi);would have -j i^^^^?.^^r^sin^Te.n?es-1 "see. ?. Batiiioth?^p^.this vkind'was done . ?the -EastwasUft'-t? t?ke^enre of itself, ' jand c^h^ueitiy ThpnSas-received sutfi '. :^elenaj'iittlev^ Missouri,'to defeafHood and compel him'j tillj^WMpfch'oiisands^ of ine a" in killed, ' wouna^^id^rieoners.. This is tho re? sult of akpIc^4^^Mp^J^Pj^ co-ope" ration^^evwiil, ir?wovd^i'tambio " on I independence' some 'of tn'esc'days. ? , , -?.???n^<5????".? Ncr^-Year was- celebrated ^ throughout ;*;' Jite^ortU-l'J^e^d.'v^aro'.tV? samo count? less-, number of calls, tho. same- dashing _ -eqnipages.yin' the .various-.ruvennes, the -V'.^me.uciyersaUfesiivites.among all elass ???>x>...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 2 February 1865

? THURSDAY MORNING, FEB'Y. 2, 1865. EDITED BY m g: JAMES A. HOYT and W. W. HTJ?PHEEY8. '?^^fe^Thls'aiuniber' is mailed to numerous^per- | Bons'whor-have not; signified their- intention to sub? scribe. \A11 who" desire to do so, -will immediately ^forward $teif namos and money. _ "We axe [under obligationato'several friends ~"|'for tbo-hitekt papers received here, "from which our selections for this issue have been made. This ac ?:" kno^rt^paont is particularly duo to 6ur friend,. Gen. J. B. Clmiexts, a rofugco from Nashville, Tenn-, forUhe late Richmond files. ? >*Sx_-? IS?": Duringia^reccnt business trip to "Walhalla '^?ancr Pickens C. H-7- wo were ^placed under many obligations to certain gentlemen for their kindness and oourfesy. W,e beg to express a sincere grati? tude to each of them, and especially our cotempo rary of-; the Pickens Courier.' May their shadows - never grow lesB!. . .-.?? ? -? Our Turms. The price'of the Intelligencer is Five Dollars for : six-months. Subscri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 2 February 1865

|p|t gtttom litttHigtnctr, . W THimSDAY MORNIXP, FjEB'Y. 2, 1SG5~. - . EDITED BY JA?ES A. HOYT and W. W. HXJMPiHEEYSv This number i3 mailed to numerous per -./ sens .'Who have nvl signified their intention to sub" >f-s?ribe. AH who desire to do so,, will immediately - "forward their names and money. -.-:-r-t??-: Eg"?"* We are under obligations to several friunds tor the latest papers received here, from which our ; '. 'selections for this issuo have been made: This ac? knowledgment is particularly duo to" our friend"; . Gent J. B. Clements, a refugee- from Nashville, Tenn^jpr the late 'Richmond files. Ks"?*" During.a recent business trip to-WauiaUa / and Pickens C. H., we were placed under many nbligaiions to certain gentlemen for their kindness and courtesy. Wc beg to ^rprecs a sincere grati? tude to each of them, and especially our cetempo raryof the Pickena. Carrier. _ May <their-shadows never grow less.' Our Terms. . The price o'f the InMligtnccr. is Pivc Dollars for sir m...

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 February 1865

3 ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, 5 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY, AT E DOLLARS FOR SIX MOUTHS. HOYT $c HUMPHREYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. vertis?ments inserted at Fire Dollars a square of tv.-elvo lines* or less, for each insertion. Obitua? ries and Marriage .Notices charged for at regular r.itcs. JSL. view 'to that. FrontfJfye.Jiic/tmond '-Examiner. lings hhve come to that pass, when consistency of purpose and*determination sure to secure,what have spent so ill to gain. . There is no danger but cause of the Confederacy will triumph, roxided- the reformatory measures now .?ogress result in giving to the countrv t-e;:olute and intelligent administration; provided all men, sohiiers and citi . . . . put clear out of their minds every | .;ght of retreat or withdrawal. To jnito any peace all, either soon or vie distant future, we must now think S?nly, and dispose all things with Especially' when and unauthorized emissaries from ^ton are prowling .around, eoun mconditional submission?for this \\y propo...

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 February 1865

American Prospects. Among those who are born of wojpen thero beats not a bolder heart than that of Jefferson Davis. We are^not ashamed to confess to a large amount of hero wor? ship for the man for whom his Northern foes can. find no-bettor name than rebel slave owner. Never unduly elated by success, never dismayed by adversity, his voice rings out clear as a trumpet cull on tho darkest day that befalls his country! Not Cato himself spoke to his.little Sen? ate at TJtica with more dignity andstead fastness than docs the Southern President whon addressing his^^U'erring fellow countrymen. Four.^years have passed .? since the tremendous struggle began with which his name will-be forovor identified; and, if American figures can be trusted, (a point on winch we always feel, serious misgivings,) those four years have witness? ed a greater amour t of bloodshed and a larger loss of human life than any other four consecutive years since the deluge. A The loss of 10,000 men on a single day ?h...

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 February 1865

THE ' ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER 13 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAT, AT "STTE DOLLARS POE SIS H0I7TH3. HOYT & ' HUMPI-IR.S1:@, EDITORS A3TD PROPRIETORS. - ? I Advertisetucu'.y inserted; at Five Dollars a sou?.re of twelve 3ip.es or less, for each insertion. Obitua- j vies .?od Ittarriagc No<?ter charged for'at rcgplar itttcs. ' ?? JOHN HAKMAN'S~AI)FEKTITvE, :1a th e year 1796, Jolfn jtarriiait Iirsd ? at tho edge of Abb's Tall'ey, in what is l.how Tazewell county, in the"Stale of j Virginia. His cabin stood upon a spur j which juts out from the mountain Yidge. between the waters of-Tug iv. V: : Spice creek, one of. the tributaries. It ! was a rather exposed situation, for tho j ? Cherokee, and Shawanock occasionally, yet mad? it the theatre' of their prodatcry action, and many people predicted that John, with his wife and two'little boj? would yet .fa 11 before the rifle and Stehet j of the foe. Harman, however, who was j a stout, active young ?i.*in of five aud i twenty, seemed to have no...

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 February 1865

Ter.ca. Commission. Ei anmond, Feb. &?The following was l?.\d berorc Qongress this fornenoon: Bx ecutive Office, . ?Richmond, Feb. ^ 1805. T. the. Senate and Jlousa of JZeprcsenta r,v.-? -;hc Coyf'derate Spates: Having re * centlv received a written notification, .which satisfied rac that the President--of i/hs united States was disposed to confer informally -roth unofiieical agents that might be sent by me with a view to the restoration of peace-. 1 requested Hon. A. " H. Stephens, lion. R. IT. T. Hunter and ? Hon. 2 ohn A. Campbell to proceed through ' our lir.es.and hold a conference with" Mr. - Lincoln or such persons as ho might de . pute vo represent him. I Wewith sub . mit for the information of Congress, the import.of the eminent citizens above nam? ed, .showing' tTiat the enemy refused to enter into negotiations witb tho Confed? erate State.-, or any of thorn separately, or give Lo our people any other Serins or gua"t-an'u';e than fchoso^hicli Congress may gran r.sor to...

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 March 1865

D ITVERY thcrsdatJ at ip^LSff 'irra^ix wmm. ^EKtT?RS ?ND E??PRIETORS. N&^sato-inserted at Piv? Dollars o^quaVc Hrciye linger less, for each insertion. ~ Obilua .' M --^Notioes charged for at regular BH^^es^b??n. ?f Cclumbia. QK|dfo?^^t9^'i^.ii?V taken- from the WSmB^^^'ii?^^^!^' '^??^?^?Icontains HKjnlik ^rti?olars which have reached kLs in regard t? the destruction of Colum WBB'^^ ? i"""ft^iBhfid upon the ^thority |l Hrfa-^ktleniau who was an- eye-witness-; BeHRw-IT, ihaj^iiing^put on the road which SM^ds-to Charlotte. There was a large K^I^^^^'ofjtHe&^pf course the exact fig ^.^^ur?'it would.n?t.be. judicious to mention, ft^ $jda ?Gen. 3c3ureg|fd and staff took break f*?^?^ eicht; l^a ^fttfogtlv affer?gobg towards Gharlott?.B ?B'^-ailftTor Goodwin the sarae morning went B ft^ttojneet Genenj^iberman, with, dag ?^jfcfvtruce. ? lie surrendered the city to him B^E^Sal?da bridge -abont three milea from]! Bfc^W^j-ptace; '-Baring the conversation it is ?B^Bfe^ginayor remarked tha...

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 March 1865

THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 0, 1865. EDITED. BY' JAMES A.- HOYT and W. W. HTJKPI&EYS. . ' Fonrth S9giment S. "C. M. * - Officials "tod others transmitting orders rind com :. municvtions' to- Lt. Col. -James Thomson, com? manding the 4th.Re^^ S. C. M., ?will direct, to the . care of Lieut. James A-kHoYT, Anderson C. H.,*S. C. ? ___-4-' Clerk of the Co;irt. ; ? Capi.-JoEr^L. Daniels, tlienewly tlectcd^CIort, has hj?^n STvorn into office and entered upon the discharge of . its duties. His predecessor, Elijah . Webb. Esq., has held the position for twenty-eight - successive rears !. In retiring from it now, he may -be Veil assured of rendering a faitlrftl and jiislro r.iurn for the confidence so long reposed in him by the'p'?ople. -.-.-; Tho Meeting noxt Monday. The citizens of Andersan District are invited to assemble at the Court House on' Monday next, to - c?nsicer the'eonijition^f affairs and the prospects i qf.-.ultimate success. Judge M?neo among others, ' has consented to address...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 9 March 1865

-TH?RSDAICItfORNING, MARCH ?, 1865. EDITED , BT' JAME3 A.- HOYT and W, W- HUMPHREYS. ""?" -; ' Fourth Regiment S. "C. M. ? ? OfiicEiJs and othersiransmittmg brders und cpm ;. munic?tionS ti> Lt. Col. ?James Thomson, com ? ma?ding'theiti.Regt. S. C. U.', will direct, to the ; care of Lieut. James ?vHoyt, Anderson'C. H.,'S. C. Clerk of the Cpprt. ."CaptJoas'L. Daniels, th'ejaewly 'ClectodiCIerk, h'ds l*een sworn into" office and -entered upon, thoi discharge of.its..duties. His predecessor, Eujak ": Web*, Esq., hafheld^be position for twenty-eight r>SttccassiVo years 11 In. retiring from it now, ha-may .befell assured of rendering a faithful and just re i turn for the confidonoe so long reposed in him. by , fhVp'eople. :. ;-??:-? The Jleiting next Monday. . The citizens of Anderson District are invited to assemble at the.Court House on'Monday next, to consider thejson^ition'Bf affairs and the prospects qfv ultimato success. Judge Muneo among others, ? hais consented to addressth...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 23 March 1865

?fflSi? & HUMPHREYS. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C TH??TMORNING, MARCH 23, 1885. VOLUME 1.?-NUMBER 8. ; p? ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, 13 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY, AT ??IVE .DOLLARS. FOE SIX MONTHS. HOYT & HXJMIPItUtEYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Advertisements inserted* at Five Dollars a rqnare of twelve lines or less, for each insertion. . Obitua? ries and Marriage Notices charged for at regular rates. " . . gtfcs of ij[t Wittk Congressional. nd, Maerh 2.?The Senate con tho House amendment to the ing the office of provost mar it ?vi thin the lines of the array Bill was further considered un ur of adjournment, ate passed -the bill authorizing tary of the Treasury to receive om the several States, and use same'for the benefit of the several States. Tho report of the .committee of confer? ence on tho currency- bill was concurred in. The House amendment to the Sen? ate bill authorizing the Secretary of "War to negotiate with tho Governors of the several States for ?lavc labor was concur?...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 23 March 1865

CoiTespcncIence between Gener? als Sherm/in and Hampton. ? HdDQjfcS MlLITARY DlV. OF MISSISSIPPI, j - Ix tut. ITieli), February 24. 1S65. j l/ieut.-G'en. Wads Ha mi ton, . Commandty Cacalry Forces, C. S. A.: General: It.is officially reported to me that pgr fir-ngin^-puflies are murdered after capture, and labelled, ."Death to aff Foragers/' One' instance of a lieutanant - and seven men near ChesterviHe, and an? other of twenty. "near a ravine,.eighty rods from the main road/' about three miles from Fbiisterville. I have ordered a similar number of prisoners in ourhands to be disposed of ih like manner. I .hold about one thousand .prisoners c^ptnrcd in various ways,: and can'stand it as Jong as you; but I hardly think these murders are committed ?with'your knowledge, and would suggest that you - give notice to the'people at large that every life taken "by them simply results' in tho death of one ot your confederates. Oi course yr.u cannot question my right to forage on the country. ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 13 April 1865

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENGER, IS ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY, AT TEE "DOLLARS FOX SIX MOHTHS. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. ,. Advertisements Inserted at Five Dollars a square af tvrolve lines or legs, for each insertion. . Obitua? ries and Marriage Notices charged for at regular ? rates. ^ , ? . ,i . ' ItfhJS- of % Uhik ^IftcWoiid - Evacuated.?Address of the President. ; Danville, Ya,, April 4.?The evacua j tion of Rr&niapnd commenced Sunday af ; tor-noon. President Davis and "Cabinet v arrived here Monday. Yery few persons ,>"J^ere able to leave tbe tiiity, except Gov ; ernnient Officials, in consequence of the ? suddenness C>f themovement. The eno i iny broke tlu'cugh. Lee's lines Saturday ?near Petersburg, after Several days hard fighting, and made it nec&sSftrv f?r him to withdraw so as to uncover the Capitol. -Position of tho army now unknown. < j - No telegraph beyond the Junction. ^ichtnOrrd arsenal has been removed. All the valuables of the banks in Richmond were brough...

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