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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 21 September 1871

Estimate of the Growing Cotton Crop. Washington, September 15. No cotton teports, purpouing to have come from the Department of Agriculture during the past month, have been genuine. The items in circulation, often contradictory in tenor, aiid ftssumed to be official, have had no origin in the Statistical data of that office. The returns of August and September include reports from about four hundred cotton-growing counties, representing a very large proportion of the cot? ton area. Those for August point to an aver? age condition of the crop, almost indentical with that of the preceding report, the averages for Alabama and Mississippi being the same, those of Louisiana, Arkansas and Tennessee being higher, and those of the other cotton fetates Jower. The State averages of the Sep? tember report are somewhat lower than those pf August, though the principal depreciation ?ccurs in the States which yield a small prdpbr tion of the crop, while the reduction is small in'the important dist...

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. — 21 September 1871

^nkrsfln Intclligcnar. RACHEL BRENT'S CHOICE. Kachel Brent came to Staunton, to visit her grand-aunt, Mrs. Lee. Now, let me tell you who Rachel Brent was. She was a woman of wealth, beauty, fashion, and pride; four things which, when combined in one woman, make her a woman to be feared rather than loved. And if she knew the curiosity and wonder she created among the villagers, she kept it to her? self, and chatted with them in a friendly man? ner ; for she could assume winning ways, and now she had put aside her pride, or left it in the city. A week passed away, and on the Sabbath Rachel Brent went to the village church, dressed in a gorgeous array as an Oriental princess, a look of reverence in her dark, lustrous eyes, and a smile of religious contentment on her lips. As the words of the pastor, "Let us pray," fell on her ears, she started, and suddenly rais? ed her eyes, just in time to catch a look from a pair of drak gray ones, but enough to bring a momentary paleness to her fac...

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. — 28 September 1871

-BOYT &r GO,, Proprietors. ANDERSON C. H., Ek C, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1871. VOLUME Vn.?NO.18* Great Speech of the Hon. tfm. S. Groesbeck, of Ohio, A"REVIEW OP THE CONKTIT?TlOKAL CHANGES 01 THE LAST TEN TEARS?ABBAIGN ? KENT OF THE EU KLUX LAW. Hon. Wm. S. Groesbeck addressed a mass meeting of the Democracy at Steubenville, Ohio, on the 13th instant, and his speech is pronounced by the Northern press to be the I most splendid and forcible political Utterance { ?e the days of Clay, Webster and Calhoun. Mr. Groesbeck) it will be remembered, was I Attorney General under President Johnson's administration, and one of his counsel et the impeachment trial. After some preliminary observations he came to the consideration of the constitutional amendments, which, had been adopted since the war, and said: ."Thechanges that have taken place in your political condition during the hist ten years are of two kinds: First, changes in the Constitu? tion, of the United States ; second, c...

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. — 28 September 1871

Inders im |uteUi0Cttffr. TERMS. On* copy for one year..........;-..?.S 2:50 " .? ??? six months..-.-1.25 Tea copie>for one year.-20.00 Twenty copies for one year.-.37.50 The clubs of ten and twenty will be sent to any address. Subscriptions will not bo received for a less period 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 mado with those wishing to advertise for three, six or twelve months. OWtnary 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, is, every instance. ANDERSON C. H-, S. C. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 28, 1871. Unavoidable circumstances have pre? vented onr correspondent "C." from continuing his interesting sketches of the mountain region this week. These articl...

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. — 28 September 1871

pii JntcIIigenar. fc?Mfc E. F. Gary, late principal clerk in the Treasurer's office, has been appointed State Auditor ad interim, to take effect October 1st, in place of Maj. E. L. Deane, resigned. Maj. Deane has left for the West. It is said that the business of the State Auditor's office is in a muddle, and that Mr. Gary is a suitable per? son to bring order out of chaos. ? A Washington dispatch says: Advices from Ohio indicate that the Republicans will elect their State ticket in October by a very der cided majority, but owing to the differences in the f arty in ilamilton county, the indications are \ ery favorable for a Legislature in the in? terest,, of the Conservatives, who, in such an event, will secure a United States Senator in place of Mr. Sherman. The Legislature of Illinois, it is reported will be placed in an embarrassing situation by the action of the presiding officers of the two bodies of which it is composed. The Speaker of the House of Representatives, it is asser...

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. — 28 September 1871

^ttafltt Jntcl?genar. '^MV.E. F. Gary, late principal clerk in the Treasurer's office, has been appointed State Auditor ad interim, to take effect October 1st, in place of Maj. E. L. Deane, resigned. Maj. Deane has left for the West. It is said that the business of the State Auditor's office Is in a muddle, and that Mr. Gary is a suitable per? son to bring order out of chaos. A Washington dispatch says: Advices from Ohio indicate that the Republicans will elect their State ticket in October by a very de? cided majority, but owing to the differences in the party in Hamilton county, the indications are very favorable for a Legislature in the in? terest: of the Conservatives, who, in such an ?event, will secure a United States Senator in place of Mr. Sherman. ' ? The Legislature of Illinois, it is reported, will be placed in an embarrassing situation by the action of the presiding officers of the two bodies of which, it is composed. The Speaker of the House of Representatives, it is as...

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. — 28 September 1871

pteK JnMtgenw. Anderson Correspondence of the Charleston Courier. Anderson, September 15. The crops along the line of road as far up as Newberry look extremely poor; though I am tojd. that this.is one of the poorest "belts" in the State, aud, of course, the crops are not a fair sample of those of the surrounding coun? try. After leaving Newberry, however, the crops begin to improve, and I saw a few really fine fields of cotton. The corn crops are not up to the average. At Bel ton we stop to change care for Anderson and Walhalla. A short ride of ten miles brings us to this pleasant country town. Upon my arrival here 1 was amused at the singular mode of the hotels in procuring boarders. Instead of the usual cry of hack drivers, "here's your 'bus to the Waverly House," &c., a stalwart "freedman" politely walks upand inquires if you have any baggage for the Waverly House. Whether this mode is adopted to prevent "carpet-baggers" ^ from gaining access to the house, or not, I did not s...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 28 September 1871

^nkrsira Intelligenter. Anderson Correspondence of the Charleston Courier. Andebson, September 15. The crops along the line of road as far up as Newberry look extremely poor; though 1 am tojd-that ^his.is one of the poorest "belts" in the* State, and, of course, the crops are not a fair sample of those of the surrounding coun? try. After leaving Newberry, however, the crops begin to improve, and I saw a few really fine fields of cotton. The corn crops are not up to the average. At Belton we stop to change cars for Anderson and Walhalla. A short ride of ten miles brings us to this pleasant country town. Upon my arrival here 1 was amused at the singular mode of the hotels in procuring boarders. Instead of the usual cry of hack drivers, "here's your 'bus to the Waverly House," Sic., a stalwart "freedman" politely walks upand inquires if you have any baggage for the Waverly House. Whether this mode is adopted to prevent "carpet-baggers" from gaining access to the house, or not, I did no...

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. — 5 October 1871

For the Anderson Intelligencer. "He that keepoth his mouth, kecprth his life; but lie that openeth *v i*li? his lips shall have destruction." The mouth needs its much to be well kept as the house; for if the house keeps our health, the mouth keeps our peace. As a well kept house tendeth to comfort, so a well kept mouth tendeth to honor. The mouth is the door of the heart, but that door whence the inmates go out. It is to be observed that the inlets to the heart are more than the outlets. A man hath, for example, two ears and but one mouth, and the ears are with difficulty stopped, but the mouth easily, to denote that Providence would have the doors of knowledge kept ever wide open, but the door whence folly escapes easily and quickly closed, for this, like some plants, without air dies. Most sins need air to grow?out-door vagrants; whereas, the virtues are domestic. Folly, like fire, may be easily smothered in the spark, but with difficulty quenched in the flame. Silence is divine. ...

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. — 5 October 1871

TERMS. One copy for one year_.5 2.50 " ?" " six months. 1.25 Ten copies for one yvar-.20.00 Tweuty copiers forrooe year.37.50 The clubs oC tetkaod twenty will be sent to any address. Subscriptions will nut be received for a less period than S?Uiontbs. ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of One Dollar pet square of one inch space for the first insertion, and Fifty Cent* per square for each subsequent insertion. Liberal contracts made with those wishing to advertise tor three, six or twelve months. Obituary notices exceeding five lines wilt be charged tor st advertising rates. Announcement of candidates, Five Bolters in each case, Invariably in advance. Job Work cash on delivery-, rtnevery. ih-tanoe. ANDERSON C. H., S. C. i. ? THURSEWCT MORNING, OCT. 5, 1871. 19* The Colombia Union has been recently enlarged, and is now under the sole proprietor* ship of L. O. Carpenter, Esq. tST At the Sandy Spring* ramp-meeting, which closed on. Wedhesday of last week, we ...

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. — 5 October 1871

( ] REMEMBER M. LESSER, WHEN YOU COME t?3?o Anderson ! IHAYE just returned from New York City, and have brought the largest and most cornpleto stock of Goods evor opened in this market. It is nnnecessary to attempt enumeration of uiy stock, as every department is full and com? plete. . GEISTTS' CLOTHING AND Gents' Furnishing- Goods Made a speciality. DRY GOODS, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, UMBRELLAS, . YANKEE NOTIONS, HARDWARE, GROCERIES, GUNS, PISTOLS, A?d?nyand everything generally kept in. a retail Store, either in City, Town or Country. I have a full and attentive corps of Clerks, who, with myself, are always ready to wait on customers, and sell them Goods as cheap as any cue. All kinds of Country Produce taken in ex? change, at highest market value. I buy Cotton, and would be glad for you to give me a trial before selling. Only try me and be Convinced That I mean to sell Goods M. LESSER, No. 3 Granite Row, Anderson, S. C. Oc*5,1871 14 JO. BARE, & CO., ARE NOW OPENING Fall &a...

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. — 5 October 1871

A. Racy Chapter on Disagreeable Habits. Among the minor disagreeables is the man who, in conversation^ is continually interrupt? ing you with "Certainly," "Exactly," "I un? derstand." He anticipates, or attempts to, all you are about to say. He says "I understand," when you are satisfied he don't understand anything about it. He repeats "Exactly,'' when there is no exactness to speak of, and exclaims "Certainly," when the matter in hand is surrounded by the greatest possible amount of uncertainty. You open a conversation with him as follows: "My dear sir, do you remember?" "Certainly." "When?S ^understand." "You?" "Exactly; exactly,-sir," and. still the man hasn't the remotest idea what you axe driving at, or to what particular cir? cumstance you desire to draw hiu attention. Sometimes he assumes a very knowing look, that carries fraud on the face cf it, and then, again, while exclaiming "I understand," in the most confident and possible manner, his coun? tenance is as expressionles...

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. — 12 October 1871

gu* fniiqjmtot ' l&miljj ?mU& U ?rfitte, ptato, ^piniMiir.? .mul fecrnl fatalism HOYT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON G. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 12, 1871. VOLUME VII.?NO. 15. A General Review of the Southern Situation. Mr. W. P. Copeland, the able correspondent of the New York Journal of Commerce, has just concluded an extensive tour of observation through all the Southern States. He has writ? ten from time to time a scries of letters to the journal he represented, and his comments upon men and things in the South have been singu? larly free from prejudice. His last letter is the fortieth of the series, and in this he gives a general review of the situation. We make the following interesting extracts: The issues connected with slavery are in the grave of that institution. Dew-drops sparkle on the green sward where blood flowed in streams, j and prosperity dawns where decay seemed inevi-1 table. Let the tragic actors in the late bloody strife forget the causes o...

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. — 12 October 1871

JVutlctisott |tttcttigcttcci'. TERMS. One copy for one year.?.?$ ?.56 " " " six months.-. 1.25 Ten copies for one year.-.-. 20.00 Twenty copies for one year....-.37.50 The clubs of ten and 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 the rate of One Dollar per square of ono Inch space for the first insertion, and JKifty Cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Liberal contracts mada. with those wishing to advertise for three, six or twelve months. OtJltnary notices exceedinpflrreiines will be charged for at advertising rates. Announcement of candidates, Five Dollar? in each case, famed ably Iff ad van ce. Job Wort cash on delivery, to overy inatMC?. ?r?-. ANDERSON C. H?, S. C. ... ? j TH?ESDAY MORNING, OCT, 12, 1871. jj?* The extraordinary number of new ad? vertisements excludes much interesting reading matter from this issue, "Home Views" in? cluded. We are info...

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. — 12 October 1871

SHERIFFS SALE. THE STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA, ) anderson county. j IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. Elias John Earle, Administrator, vs. Jas. W. Earle, Julius R. Earlo and others.?Complaint for sale of Lands for payment of Debts, Re? lief, d-c. BY virtue of a Decretal Order from the Court of Common PleaSj in the above stated case, to me directed, I will expose to sale on the First Monday in November next, at Anderson Court House, the following Lots of Land, situate in the town Anderson, to wit, LOT NO. 1,, Containing two acres, more or less, bounded on the west by Main street, on the north by lot of J. P. Reed, on the east by McDuffie street and on the south by lot of L/T. Arnold. LOT NO. 2, Containing two acres, more or less, bounded by lots of Mrs. Dorrell, Daniel Brown and others. LOT NO. 3, Containing three and one-half acres, more or less, adjoining lots of N. K. Sullivan, E. W. Brown-and others. LOT NO. 4, Containing one and a half acres, more or less, adjoining Tots of John R Coch...

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. — 12 October 1871

person Intelligenter. From the Rural Carolinian for October. Agricultural Societies. What is an agricultural society ? The name implies it is an association organized for the promotion: of agriculture* Doubtless this pur? pose is subserved by these societies in many States of the Union; but generally., through? out the South, agricultural societies seem to be organized to hold annual fairs, where fine stock may be exhibited, large crowds collected, and the young and the gay enjoy themselves. At this present time, if our agricultural and me? chanical societies, with their fairs, effected nothing more than a social reunion annually of the citizens of the State, I would advocate them, because this much is often productive of gre*;t good; but they should aim at something more lasting, more substantial, and more per? manent in its effects upon the country. The fair should simply be a culminating point where the material advantages of the society are to be displayed. The object of the soc...

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. — 19 October 1871

A. I i 1 . 1 i ..' i Ibt the Anderson Intelligencer. Home Yiews. so. XT. The Nahantahala .Biverand valley have long been celebrated as a peculiar and favored haunt for sportsmen and stock-raisers in Western North Carolina, but is little known outside of "that immediate locality. The-river rises some ten orr twelve miles from Clayton, Gav Bettis' creek making up from, this side of the moun? tain, until it nearly reaches the head-spring of tffahantahala; but there is no. road, and visi? tors are forced to go by way .of Franklin, N. C, then take the Turnpike towards Murphy, ma? king a circuit of over forty miles, when if there "was a road graded across the mountain up Bettis' creek, this famous fishing and hunting Aground could be reached' in fifteen miles from Clayton. ? This river, as we have before stated;, is so -elevated that its bed is really but a trough be? tween two mountains?the level of: the Hiwas Bee on one- side, and the little Tennessee on the other, being hundreds of fee...

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. — 19 October 1871

nimm gtttriligcnm. TERMS. One copy for one year.?.........$ ?50? " " " six months. ,. 125 Ten copies for one year. r -., ? ,,, ? ? ~.20.09 Twenty copies for one year._...37.50 The cluts of ten and twenty will be sent to any acMress. Subscriptions will not be- received for a less period than six months. ADVERTISmG RATES. Advertfciementa will be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square of one inch space for the first insertion, and Fiftv Cen!.s per square for each subsequent insertion. 'Liberal contracts made with those wishing to advertise for tlfraf. Bis o? titelte months. Obituary notices exceeding five lines will be charged for a?a??tij?ayr*ei, AaoooBcement of candidates, Fire Dollar a lr. each case, tavariably is advance. 1 Job Work cash on delivery, In every Instaoou._ ANDERSON C. H., S. C. THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 19, 1871. fgg- The cariosity of many persona has been excited daring the past week upon viewing a fe?-grown sweet potato in our office, weighing eight pounds! It w...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 October 1871

?: who EVER thought that A. P. HUBBARD could seU CONFECTIONERIES of all kinds aUuchiow prices as he now does ? The reason is'??simple enough. He loves To bo accommodating, and by this means it en? ables him to secure a good patronage. He is always willing to take any kind of barter in exchange for Goods. So bring on your t?ters Chickens, Eggs, Butter, Lard, Old Hams and Bacon, Cora, and in fact, anything to barter, and HUBBARD will trade with you on ?onable terms ,? so that both the PEOPLE HUBBARD will make it to their Jttotual interest to trade with each other. So nil that are in favor of going into this arrange? ment, and feel satisfied which side of the Bis? cuit the gravy Is on, will come forward at one*, and sop at A. P. HTJBBABD'S. ifcayk Virooe P. SL?HUBBARD is always in the Cotton " $jt and can supply his customers with rboeries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, <fec O$U0,1871 16 ,?jvi>:.'. .nvSheriff's Sale. THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Anderson County. ihdi - ,, .,i . I...

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. — 19 October 1871

a - ' . ? ? Brain Tiles and Under Draining. Editor Anderson Intelligencer : Through, the energy and perseverance of. our friend Crayta?, you have now m operation a Drain Tile Man? ufactory iafche suburbs of your town?the first, so far as I 1 ave been informed, in the upper part of .wr-^tate^ and-w but, few of our agri eulturists %row much1, comparatively, ? of the I advantages j;nd lasting benefits, consequent on tile draining, and further, to contribute to the success of our pioneer in his most praiseworthy enterprise^! propose, if you have a spare column on jour agricultural page, (and I doubt, for the! entertainment and benefi t of most of your read-' era, that it chit be better occupied,) to re-pub? lish occasionally, as you may find convenient, one of a series of articles or chapters on the sub? ject of Land Itoinagc, The Object of Drainage, The Effect of ' Draining, Practice qf Draining, JSHstance' of Drains, Depth of Drains, Gutting Drains; Tfles-for Draining, Filling Drains,...

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