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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 13 July 1871

Prof. 8? F. B^ Jfersev The unveiling of the statueofc Prof"..S. F. R Morse i d the city of New York, on the 10th of June, r as given occasion to the press of the United States to review the history of the won ? derful discovery to which Prof. Morse is in debted'for all the renown he enjoys. The combination of two ideas, the first of which was given to the world by the Ko in an gsrierals, andthe second, at'different times/by u Fay and Franklin?the idea of communi? cating intelligence by signals and that of mak? ing eh*:mci?ythe motive power, by means of which ths signals-were to be made?produced, as a fin al result, the electric telegraph ofinod em times. As early as 1774 signals were com? municated by means of electricity by Lesage - at Geneva, and again by Lomound in Fiance in 1787. In 1794 a German student by the ?name o f Reizen employed the electric spark for, the same purpose, making use of lines and interrupted spaces ou strips of tinfoil so ai> ran red as to form by the il...

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. — 20 July 1871

For the Anderson Intelligencer. I The Importance and Utility of Railroads. Mr. Editor: One would very naturally suppose that the man who would, at this stage of progressive improvement; rise up and deny the importance and public utility of railroads, would, in effect, deny his own senses; yet, ab? surd as it may appear, we have some old fogies in Anderson County who argue that railroads have been a public curse, rather than a public blessing ! These men are always to be fouud a little in advance of the vanguard of civilization* They are continually, when speaking of rail? road enterprises, harping upon the good and sadly lamented days of yore, when the grass in "the range," the "raccoon in the hollow," "the turkey on the hill," and "the deer in the plain," constituted the sum total of a man's stock in trade! These rare specimens of old fogy ism are always uneasy, ever upon the alert, and every move made pointing in the direction of a higher type of civilization, intelligence and ref...

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. — 20 July 1871

^uilfr50K Ifottttigesror. TERMS. Ono copy for one year....$ 2.50 " " " six months. 1.25 Ten copies for one year._.20.00 Twenty copios for one year.-~.37.(50 The slubs of ten and twenty will be sent to any address. Subscriptions will not be receivedfor a. less period thnu. six months. ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will beinserted'at the rate of OaeDoHar per square of one inch space for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents per square for each subsequent Insertion. Liberal con tracts nuvlc with those wishing to advertise for three, six or twelve months. Obituary notices exceeding five lines will be charged for at advertising rates. Announcement of candidates, Five Dollars in each case, invariably in advance. Job Work cash on delivery, in every Instance. ANDERSON C. H., S. C. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1871. Watermelone and peaches have been plentiful in- this market for the last te? days. B&? The telegraph office at Behoa was opened yesterday, we learn, and the line is being ra...

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. — 20 July 1871

Who is to be our next Governor? Under this heading, in the last Missionary Record, Daddy Cain takes a glance at the prob? able aspirants for the Republican nomination. His remarks are quite facetious and not very complimentary to some of the Radical leaders: "The present incumbent is too modest to ask re-nomination a third time, (we all know him to be a modest young man,) yet he would not see the country suffer by a refusal of so high an . honor as a third election. He is quiescent, therefore; waiting the dispensation of Provi? dence to assign him a place. By the way, he . is about as good as any of them for re-election. 3 Then comes the young nag of Carolina, F. J. Moses, who has held a foremost place in the construction of the State. His chances are : good for nomination. The only fear about him is, that he might sell the State House before his term expires. We don't believe it. "Then comes Hon. T. J. Robertson, whose senatorialposition fits him for gubernatorial honors. The only ...

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. — 20 July 1871

Jntetfn Intclltgeiiar. "Home Again."?A Beautiful Sketch. This touching incident, narrated by a corres? pondent of the Capital, is said to have occurred upon a recent trip over the Boston and Albany ltailroad. Its simplicity and natural expres? sion, makes one think ol Dickeiis' style' of toil? ing these every-day incidents so charmingly : I ran across w hat first struck 1110 as a very singular genius on my road from Springfield to Boston. This was a stout, black whiskered man, who indulged, from time to time, in the most strange and unaccountable manoeuvres. Every now and then he would get up and hurry away to the narrow .'passage which leads to the door in these drawing-room cars, and when he thought himself secure from observation, would fall to laughing in the most violent manner aud continue the healthful exercise uutil he was as red in the face as a lobster. As we neared Boston these demonstrations increased in violence, save that the stranger no longer ran away to laugh, but k...

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. — 27 July 1871

For the Anderson Intelligencer, The Public Spirited and Enterprising Citizen. I Me. Editor : The public spirited and en? terprising citizen is necessarily and emphati? cally a public benefactor, patriot and philan-1 thropist, in the strictest sense of these terms. He is also practically a Christian, it matters j not what may be his orthodoxy or confession I of faith. In all the arduous and multifarious duties pertaining to life, he acts, not only so as to enhance his own personal interests, and thereby secure prosperity and happiness to himself, but he labors most incessantly for the prosperity, welfare and happiness of others. The very popular and prevalent vice of an inordinate selfishness with which this fast, corrupt and demoralised age is blighted and cursed, has no abiding place within the pre? cincts of his benevolent heart. If, however, by chance this fell-demon to human happiness intrudes himself, like some unwelcome spectre upon his thoughts, desires and affections, he at ...

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. — 27 July 1871

TER1HS. One copy for one year.:.........:....$ 2..10 " " " six months. 1.25 Ten copies for one year.20.00 Twenty copies for one year.?.37.50 The clubs of ten aud twenty will be sent to any address. Subscriptions will not be received for a less reriod than six months. ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square of one inch space for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Liberal contracts made with those wishing to advertise for three, six or twelve montlis. tJMtnary notices exceeding five lines will be charged for at advertising rates. Announcement of candidates, Five Dollars in each case, Invariably in advance. Job "Work cash on delivery, in every instance. ANDERSON C. H., S. C. Thursday morning, SvLy 27, isn. The friends and patrons of Mr; Ligon's school will not forget the Exhibition at the University Chapel to-night. We are indebted to a young frieud, now sojourning in the far West, for late and ...

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. — 27 July 1871

ITEjiS-EDITOEIAL AND OTHERWISE. . ^ ? Ex-Governor Holden has gone to Leaven - Worth, Kansas, to start a newspaper. ? Mrs. Julia Ward Howe has been nomina? ted for Governor of Massachusetts: ? The Democratic State Convention, of Maryland has nominated Wm. rinkney White for Governor. . * ? Miss Tennic C. Claflili is announced as a candidate for Congress from the 8th District of New York city. . ??. fM . ? Wilhelmshohe, the prison of Napoleon JA} will probably be offered for sale by the Prussian government. _ j ? Hon. Cassius M. Clay, in a speech at Lex? ington, Ky., the other day, came out strongly in favor of Horace Greeley for President. . ? Miss. Annie R. Blount, of Augusta, Ga.; ^ the talented and popular authoress, was mar? ried on the Sth ot July to Mr. John T. Pardue. s '^ Grand juries have been abolished in the State courts of Wisconsin by an act of the Leg? islature, which went into effect ou the 1st of July. ? Wendell Phillips believes in Ben Butler for. Governor of Massachu...

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. — 27 July 1871

gdtknum Jntclligntctr. The Narrow Gauge. Philadelphia, June 20,1871. Samuel Wilkeson, Esq., Secretary Northern Pa? cific Railroad: The subject of railways with gauges nar? rower than the present standard has already, in this country, become of. very great importance, and many professional and. amateur engineers have rushed into print with statistics to show the immense superiority of such roads,, in econ? omy of construction,.and actual carrying ca? pacity. Id has been reserved for the Denver and Rio Grande Railway to demonstrate, prac? tically, how such economy is effected, and in what manner it is propo?ed, and to make their road, constructed on the three-foot gauge, as sufficient in point of carrying capacity, as roads of standard gauges as at present conducted. While the discussion has proceeded in pa? gers, magazines, and pamphlets, the builders of the Denver and Rio Graude line ha/e been steadiy at work, until now the first 80 miles of | the line is graded, bridged, and tied; ...

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. — 3 August 1871

?.__________________________ HOYT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON 0. H., S. 0., THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1871. VOLUME VH?NO. 5. MARRIED LIFE. ITS EO?ANCE AND REALITY. Marriage, which most girls consider the sole aim of their existence and the end of all their anxieties, is often the beginning of a set of troubles which none among them expect, and which, when they come, very few accent with the dignity of patience or the reasonableness of common sense. Hitherto the man has been the suitor, the wooer; it has been his to make love, to utter extravagant professions, to talk poetry and romance of an eminently unbeara? ble kind, and to swear that feelings which by the very nature of things it is impossible to maintain at their present state of heart will be as lasting as life itself, and never know subsi? dence or dimunition. And girls believe all that lovers tell them. They believe in the ab? sorption of the man's whole life in the love which, at the most, cannot be more than a part ...

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. — 3 August 1871

HOYT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON 0. EL, S. OL, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1871. VOLUME VIC.?NO. 5. MARRIED LIFE. I ITS BO__ANCE AND REALITY. Marriage, which most girls consider the sole aim of their existence and the end of all their anxieties, is often the beginning of a set of troubles which none among them expect, and which, when they come, very few accept with the dignity of patience or the reasonableness of common sense. Hitherto the man has been the suitor, the wooer; it has been his to make love, to utter extravagant professions, to talk oetry and romance of an eminently unweara le kind, and to swear that feelings which by the very nature of things it is impossible to maintain at their present state of heart will be as lasting as life itself, and never know subsi? dence or dimunition. And girls believe all that lovers tell them. They believe in the ab? sorption of the man's whole life in the love which, at the most, cannot be more than a part of his life; they believe 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. — 3 August 1871

TJ?SMS. One copy for one year..;.j..-..$ 2.50 it ii it Bjx montjjS....:.?.. 1.25 l"eri copies for one year.?&?.:.:..-aiS.20.00 TWenty copies for one year.ar.ft';..-j.:..37.50 The clubs of ten and twenty will be sent to any addrees. Subscriptions will not be recelredfor a less period than six months. ADVERTISING KATE?. Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square of one inch space for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Liberal contracts made with thoso wishing to advertise for three, six or twelve months. Obituary notices exceeding five lines will be charged for atfadvartfaihg rates-. ? Announcement of candidates, Five Dollars in each case, invariably in advance. Job Work cash on delivery, in everylnstancer ANDERSON C. H? S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 3, 1871. Premium lists of the State Agricultural and Mechanical Society can be procured, to a limited extent, by applying at this office. ? Jj?~ The returns of perso...

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. — 3 August 1871

?? Negro Riot.?A dispatch from Wilmington, N. C, dated last Saturday, says: A bloody riot occurred at Goldsboro to-day. About 5,000 negroes arrived there from Newbern aud the lower counties, on an excursion train, chartered by the Republican Executive State Committee, to attend a mass meeting, at which Congress? man Thomas, ex-Seuator Abbott, Marcus Er? win and R. C. Badger were to be the speakers. There were very few white people in town, and many of the negroes came intoxicated. Tho police arrested one turbulent negro, and while on the way to the guard house with this pris? oner, the negroes rallied and rescued him. The colored. police fired at the prisoner, who was recaptured and taken by the police to the Ex chauge Hotel. About 1.000 of the negro mob, with clubs and pistols, rallied to the hotel, at? tempting another rescue. The riot commenced by the negroes throwing brick-bats at the po? lice and using clubs, when a cross-firing began between the police and the mob. The white c...

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. — 3 August 1871

Life's Better Moments. Life has its moments Of beauty and bloom; But they hang like sweet rosos On the edge of the tomb. Blessings they bring us, As lovely as brief, They meet us when happy, And leave us in grief, Hues of the morning, Tinging the sky, Como on the sunbeams, And off with them fly. Shadows of evening Hang soft on the shore ; Darkness enwraps them, Wo see them no more. So life's better moments, In brilliance appear, Dawning in beauty, Our journey to cheer. Bound us they linger, Like shadows of even; Would that we, like them, Might melt into Heaven. THE RUNAWAY MATCH, A great many years since, when bright-eyed and fair-hairea lasses were not so plenty in New York as they are now, there dwelt in the town of H--, (a pretty village, distant then about five and twenty miles from "market town") a peculiarly comely and graceful maid? en who had a peculiarly cross-grained and ugly, but wealthy father. Minnie was D^iforth's only child; and re? port said truly she would be his le...

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. — 10 August 1871

HOYT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON O. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1871. VOLUME Vn.?NO. 6, LEI) OUT OF DANOER. BY JEAN* INGELOW. Who is this? A careless little midshipman, idling about in a great city, with his pockets full of money. He was waiting for the coach; it comes up presently and he gets on the top of it, and begins to look about him. They soon leave the chimuey tops behind them; his eye wanders with delight over the harvest fields, he smells the honey-suckle in the hedgerow, and he wishes he was down among the hazel bushes, that he might strip them of the milky nuts ; then he sees a great wain piled up with barley, and he wishes he was on the top of it; then the checkered shad? ows of the trees lying across the white road, and then the squirrel runs up a bough, and he cannot forbear to whoop and hallo, though he cannot chase it to its nest. The other passengers were delighted with his simplicity and chddlike glee; and they en? courage him to talk about the sea...

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. — 10 August 1871

TERMS? One copy for one year.? 2.50 " " " six mouths. 1.25 Ten copies for oat> year.20.00 Twenty copies for.one year.37.50 Tho clubs of teu.and-twenty will be sent to any address. Subscriptions will not bo received for a less period than aix.montas. ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of One Dollar *T&r ?quareof ono inch spaco for tue first insertion, aud JBiftyiCents per squaro for each subsequent insertion. Liberal contracts made with tboso wishing to advertise for three, six or twelve mouths. Obituary notices exceeding fivo lines will be charged for at advertising rates. ? % Announcement of candidates. Five Dollars in each case, invariably in advance. Job Work cash on delivory, iu.every instance. : ANDERSON C. H., S. C. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 10, 1871. ggf On Monday last, we were shown open bolls of cotton, from the farm of Ml. P. A. Keys, near this place. ggf We tender Our thanks (o Mr* Jobs St cTcIly, formerly of this county, for Ute file* of 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. — 10 August 1871

?! An Outrageous Murder? Wclearn,from a reliable source, intelligence as to a horrible murder which was committed, on Tuesday night last, upon the plantation of Trial Justice W. L. W*. Rilev. The victim was a colored man, named John Perry. Tbo perpetrators are unknown. The facts are these : On Tues? day night last, about 12 o'clock, four white men visited the place of Mr. Riley. They first weut to the house of Reuben Jamison, a color? ed man, and demanded that he should take them to the house of John Perry. Jamison was frightened, and, of course, obeyed the com .-mand of the midnight assassin. Just as they neared the house or the deceased, he, in the meantime, getting the alarm, ran out of the ."back door. Before he got far from bis house, he received two or three loads of buck-shot in .his. back, which killed him instantly. Trial Justice Riley summoned a jury of inquest, and a verdict was rendered iu accordance with the .facts. What caused these assassins to thus murder a respectab...

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. — 10 August 1871

"What I Kno about Pharniin." What I kno aboutpharmin iz kussed little. Mi buzzum friend, Horace Greeley, haz rit a book with the abuv name, and altho i haven't had time to peroose it, yet i don't hesitate to pronounce it bully. Pharniin (now daze) is pretty much all theo? ry, and, therefore, its astonishing that a man kan live in New York and be a good chancery lawyer, and also kno all about pharmin. A pharm (now daze) of one hundred akers will produce more buckwheat and pumpkins, run on theory, than it would six years ago, run on manure and hard knoks. There is nothing like book larning, and the time will eventually come when a man wont hav too hav only one of "Josh Billings' Farm? ers' Adman ax," to run a pharm, or a kamp meeting with. Even now it ain't unkommon tew se three or four hired men, on a pharm, with three or four j spans of oxen, all standing still, while the boss goes into the library, and reads himself for the clay's plowiog. If I was running a pharm (now daze) I sup ...

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 August 1871

NELLIE'S "WAITING-. "And will you not forget nie, little Nellie?" "Forget you, Fred ? As if 1 could ever know a happy hour without you !" and the brown eyes, usually so full of merriment, now shone through glittering tears. "But you, Fred, away off in that great city, with so" much new that is to please you, will find some one else to?to love, while 1 shall bo forgotten ami alone." And the sentence so bravely commenced end? ed in a great choking sob : then covering her face with her hand?, the maiden on whoso brow but fourteen summers had left their blooming freshness, yielded to the first great grief her young heart had ever known, and all for the sake of her childhood's friend and playmate, who had come to bid her a long gootl-by. "Nellie, dear Nellie, how can you speak so? You will break my heart, indeed you will, if you are going to make our parting siill harder oy your distrust of me." The boy lover gently drew her head upon hi* shoulder, with its dark nurls rippling in shining...

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 August 1871

TERMS. One copy for one year.S 2.50 41 " " six months. 1.33 Ton co;ii''s forone year.20.00 Twenty copies for.one yt'ar.37.i50 The clubs of len ami twenty will be sent, to any address. Subscriptions will not be received for a less period than six months. ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at tho rate of One Dollar per square of one inch space for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Liberal contracts made with those wishing to advertise fox three, six or twelve months. , Obituary notices exceeding five lines will be Charged for at advertising rates. Announcement of candidates, Fi?e Dollars in each case, Invariably in advance. Job Work cash on delivery, in every instance. ANDERSON C. H., S. C. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 17, 1871. Personac?On Tuesday evening, we were favored with a-short visit from Mr. John R. Holcombo, of the Pickens Sentinel, and we were gratified to learn thai his enterprise-is succeeding most admirably. giUf We ...

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