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

- BX3YT & OD., ^ap^?\p^^^^ ^ ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY"MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1871.. VOLUME VH?NO. 17. For tJie Anderson Intcliigwcer, ' "Set not, I will Ho so to him oa he hath done.to mo; I 'W?T ro rod tho mm according to his wort." r ' Soy not bo, for thou hast u^der^aken, more than r.hon canst do. ft would require omnipo? tence and omniscience united to cast the same stone and inflict the same injury. Though thy aim be unerring, thou aSictest the babe that hangeth to- his mother. If I have lost an eye, it is not right that the State should lose two.? Scarcely two guns explode with' the same force. Revenge is retaliation in rough measure; a grain of justice mixed with many, pounds of wx3th. It rageth like a blind Nemesis worry? ing to find her victim, and it is well, if she do not pull down the house upon that are in it?. One hurt avenged maketh two crimes; and -the latter is worse than the former. For the avenger puttcth his hand behind the ephod end taketh a consecrated ...

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. — 26 October 1871

.nsrrson gutfUigrnccr. TEB3IS.. Otic copy for one year.,.?.-.?????? 2.50 ??? ??? " six months........~.?. 1-25 Ten-copies for one year.?..-. 20.00 Twenty, cop Lea-foF-one year........... 37.50 l The cluhe of ten end twenty will be sent tossy address. Subscriptions will not be received-for. a, less period than j six.months. ADVERTISING^ ?ATE?. AdTertisements will be inserted at the rite of One Dollar | per square of one inch space for the first insertion, and' JEifty Cents per square for each subscqueat insertion. ' "Liberal con tracts made with those wishing to advertise for {free, six ot twelve months. . Obituary notices exceeding five lines will be charged for iwlrarttotay rates. Announcement of candidates. Five, Dollars In ?ach. case,. Jnvarlablx in advapce. ?? Jab.Work.cash.oa dtUrerp, te.ewt>tMt <t M ' 111 1 ~ ANDERSON C. C ? THURSDAY VOKSTSQi OCT. &, gg. 'HU SSSSSSSSiSSSSSSSSfSBBSSS A Word to Delinquents. We are compelled to remind people of de? fective-memories that...

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. — 26 October 1871

( i ITEMS OF STATE NEWS. ? The Pickens Sentinel states that the hotel at Table Rock is closed for this season. ? The new hotel at Pickens has been com? pleted, and the young people celebrated the event with a ball. ? Forty-three students are in attendance up? on the Baptist Theological Seminary at Green? ville. , . . J _M. A. Harvey, an esteemed citizen of Spartanburg, died on the 11th inst., after a .painful illness of several months! . ? Dr. B. A. Rodrigues, a prominent physi? cian of Charleston, died last Thursday, of apo? plexy. ?. Thex Washington Chronicle reports.,tiaat ) Got. Scott was grossly insulted at Charlotte, : N. C, while on his way to the North last week. ? ? Pleasant Sharpton, of Hamburg, died on the 17th inst, from wounds received in a per? sonal difficulty with Wm. Flint oh the Satur? day previous. ? Mr. Joseph U. Mathew3, who went to seek his fortune in Brazil Ibor?rfiveyears ago, re? turned to Columbia last week. Since leaving Brazil, he has traveled over 25,000...

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. — 26 October 1871

fyfotxtm jirtdlipcer* Fences- and Fence Law. Hr4For several years past the question of fences has been often discussed by the agricultural press, without having resulted in. any practical move, one way or the other. The advocates of a "no fence law'' have always met a stum? bling block in the inexpediency of making such a law operative throughout the State. Some? time, since we had an opportunity to see the fence" law in>practical operation in several ooUnties of Virginia, and were astonished at the unanimity of feeling of the people in hoping that this law might never be repealed. In other sections it seems that it does not work so.^veli, where numbers of small land owners depend upon pasturing cows upon the highways and'-waste lands. We confess that this knotty problem will be difficult to solve in a manner satisfactory .to all the farming community ; but &r ourselves, waiving all the points brought by latcpigent larmers of Virginia against estab? lishing such a law, we wou...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 2 November 1871

HOYT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1871. VOLUME VTL---NO. 18. PUBLIC MEETING. ?0 ?: .Akdebsok a H., Oct. 21,1871. ^i^rs?ariVto, fcptice, a large number of the citizens of the town of Anderson assembled in tfte Court House this evening, when, on motion <Jf*BrF. Whitner, Esq., the Hon. J. Scott Mur? ray, "Intendant, was called to the Chair, and ^m. Lee requested to act as Secretary. %x: Murray, on taking the chair, explained that the.meeting had been called for the pur? pose, of. .taking into -.consideration the impor? tance a&d practicability of establishing a large tjo^ton manufactory in the town of Anderson, and announced the meeting as organized and esady for .business. In response to a call made upon him, J. P. Ifised, "Esq., then submitted for the considera? tion of the meeting the following paper, con fiuiinf the ? '\^crasioiis and ? suggestions" of j caBrtain citizens,'which- he?'accompanied by aa Srpdmaticn-of^ie mformation...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 2 November 1871

Jb'ri'son |?telUi|cnffv. TERMS. One copy for one year.-.??S 2.50 " " " six months.-.??.....??. 1.25 Ten copies for one year.-..?. 20.00 Twenty copies for one year.?.?? 37.50 The chjbs 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 one inch space Ibr the first insertion, and Fifty Cents per square for each subsequent insertion. 'LnseraTcontraCZs made with those wishing to advertise for thiocysix or twelve months. Obituary noUfces-exceediug ftve Uses will be chargedr for a(,jdjrertiaing rates. Announcement of candidates, Fi ve Dollars Tn oach ctso, Invariably in advance. J?b Work caahwclfillverR in every fnaUacc. ^ANDERSON C. H., 8. C. JHltlRSDAY MORNING, NOV. 3, 1871? A Word to Delinquents. ?^Wc are compelled to remind people of de? fective memories that many of their subscrip? tions to this journal have already expired, 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. — 2 November 1871

GEORGE STMMEBS, WHOLESALE AND K ET All, Grocer and Liquor Dealer, MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C. IN submitting the following list, we merely bog to remark that each articlo named is warranted strictly choice, and of the best quality, our motto being? ~r' "The Best is the Cheapest" MEATS, Ac?Orange Brand Hams, Davis Jr's. Diamond Hams, Ferris' 8? c\ Strips, Ferris' Fulton^' Market Pickled Beef, Drv Salt l. c. Sides', Dry Salt Strips, Pickled Beef Rounds, Pickled Pig Pork, Mess and No 1 Mackerel in kits, Smoked Tongues and Beef, Prime Leaf Lard and selected Goahen Butter. , FLOUR.?A full supplv of best St Louis. CRACKERS.?Lemon, Soda, JErated, Butter, Jumbles. Tea Cakes, McKenzie's genuine Edin? burgh Albert Biscuits, Ac CANNED GOODS.?Truffles, Mushrooms, Tomatoes, Peaches, Pine Apples, Cherries, Li? ma Beans, Green Corn, Peas, Oysters, Sardines, .SallfifrK Condensed Milk, Prunes, Lobster. 8A3/?SS, CONDIMENTS, dec?Crosse and BlackweU's Pickles, Lea and Perrin's Worces? tershire Sauce, C...

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 November 1871

Qabttwi JnlcIIigtitter. The Wants of the South. We make the following extracts from a com? munication sent by the Hon. Frederick Watts, Commissioner of Agriculture, directed to the President of the National Agricultural Associ? ation recent'.y in session at Nashville, Tenn. The letter is replete with sound common sense, | full of practical suggestions, and is calculated to do a vast amount of good by directing the minds of Southern, men to their necessities and the proper manner of supplying them. We trust our agricultural readers may ponder the article, gather its wisdom and use the means indicated to place them on the high road of prosperity and success: . ft With the complete restoration of order and tranquilicv in the South, which it is the hope ef'aJl good men may not longer be delayed, an opportunity will be afforded for capital to take freshTcourage; for labor to assume more settled conditions; and for emigrants from the North? ern States and from Europe to push into every So...

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 November 1871

? -'-v. ? .' BQSWifirGO.;-: Freprietors. ANDERSON 0. H , S. 0., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1871. VOLUME m=-NO. 1?. t received my diploma anc? took my dafh of office, as der here mention manslaughter, oral -cponsdWrrat law, at Sj rpreme Court, in October. and.Teraaner, at, . .BMMWkcuxi >il.'! der, contain ed, in the Oij , ' the following charges: riot, ^mlsev )flcotirSs^e%racif ?|M ?Btefest-attached'to^the ?xmsataouB Of the ; obliged to content themselves Yrith*rorgery? . "The People against John Smith," continued tt^dMjtJiUffliliig ft^ the calerMer, " "The People are ready/' replied the District ys 4J?J-.;?'.y 1 ? u? ?Gift;;] ? A young man, abduttwo-and-twenty years ? ,l*ght: barrj blue eyes, soft white hly dressed, , rose- to his. feet, aac ^'h?I^ la f "th^?h not,'' .replied the prisoner. ioO id hase counsel," continued the ? .<<--' I made no reply but;.seemed ab e lion.n Toe truth is, he knew or select some member of the the defenses" suggested the ?vaU nothing," repli...

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 November 1871

JUulcvsoit gut ciliar tun'. 4 " ?ERMS. , f?^ Oj)f copy for one year: ?-.??^_.._?_?? 2".& ?? <? " six mbnths...^?;.....*..;.?i.;.1.25 Ten copies Sur ose year...~........U.~_ 20,00 Twenty/ftopieolbr one sear-^r?^r.... ......37. The dabs of ten and twenty will be sen t to any s?dress. ? Subscriptions will not be received for a lesa period than ?It, months. ? ADVERTISING RATES. ? Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of OneDollar per square of one inch space for the first Insertion, afcd ?. jifty Cents per square for each subaeque?rinsertio?. ' ^Liberal contracts made with those wishing to advertise forft)&e, s&orfweJLve months. ;? T 1' ' '??} bblt?ary-no?ce? exceeding five lines will Be charged for '.Mwlm lining ratw. - ? """T] ii ,^nnouncjmenv of MBdMajCB, Five Dollars is each case, ^Invariably in advauoe. i I ^ jo> Wort cash on delivery,' to. every inotance._|_ w ANDERSON C. H-, S. Cv! ??- We axei^e^ted to state that the Ex ?optive. Committee of the Anderson F...

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. — 9 November 1871

JUdei'SOtt gitteUigr am One copy for one n?r:~....?.-SsS... ??.J 2".w* " " " six months._............?. 1.25 Ten copies-for one year.Z..--. 20.00 UWent^rbopieikforonc -?37.50 The dobs of ten and twenty Till be sent to ?ny address. 'Subscriptions will not be received for a less period than ?iT months. - ADVERTISING RATES. : - Ad vertisements will be inserted at the rate of One-Dollar $er square of one inch space for the first insertion, atid . Fifty C^aU per square for each subsequent insertion.. ^Liberal contracts made with those wishing to advertise for<|jfcj^a?&?>^elve months, f. ' ' - j boltuary-nbt'ices exceeding five lines will be charged for r , Announcemea; of r*n&Ani*a, Five Dollars fa each - case, ^?ar^bljin tdyanoB... ,i I ^ .ffifrork cash on delfo^ , ? W AKDERSOM O. Km s. c.! SST We ?xe reqoe^ted to.atate that the Ex? ecutive, Committee of the Anderson Farm era5j '.'Association will meet at this place on Sat urday1,. Pl8th or" November instant, and a full at...

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. — 9 November 1871

mm SALE OF LAND! 5,000 ACRES ?vjfWLi..- >0f ^ mog^ desirable Land in South Carolina for Sale. ? r r-\ -0 T n . , . i.ffe?O lOl V/O: . 7 Situated in Pic tens County. Locality Unsm> passed as to Soil and Climate. BY virtue of a Decretal Order of the Court of Connnon Pleas of-?Anderson County, to me directed, I will, as Special Referee, oner for sale, at PICKENS O. H., S. C, On Sal&day in December next, The foUowing Tracts of Land, as the Real Es? tate^" Samuel Maverick, deceased, to wit: 7>S?kxh?Ti(&& fork "' of Toxaway River, containing 1,000 acres, as per plat filed. TRACT No. 47, described in the writ as sit uate on Jocafesee Pork of Keowee?River, ??n ^jmrit; I 000 acres, but by re-euivey 4191, as pefTS&i filed, i* ? r TRACT; No. 48, described in the writ as situ 1 ate on the East side of Toxaway River, con taining 668 acres, but by a re-survey 670, as per ^TRACTNo. 50, described5 in toe NvSrft'as on West aide of North Fork of Toxaway River, containing 562 ...

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. — 9 November 1871

Profi THE EFFECTS OF DWAIXING.. lessor Norton says : "When the drain is made and covered, the water which falls upon .*the> ground does not remain to stagnate, and ^^r^fn?t ruri away^ over the surface, washing-ofT the best of :he soil, but sinks gradually down, ^J^to&ta'tn* roots. of plants any fertUiring matter which it may contain, and often wash* ,ing.out aom&hortM.aatetajces..As it dej ^^ kir tme? warmth follow it. Under thasa new influences, the proper dewmpeaitionaand pY^aratioA ?? ??mpoands ? fit" for-- the- snstenf ance of plant wga on., the soil is warm and suf? ficiently dry, and .plant? nourish which former lj ttt\Mif!Ujiin^grow on it in oerfectiea, If * i ail. It is a carious fact, too, that sadi sott mania, that the plan? m ?blft.K) wd thdi mots mach further down in search of food without Uniting anything hurtful. Erery par being. p*aet&i& with- air, and eonsoqaentlj *<Mer and lifter, these ss?? do not bake in ^summer, but remain mellow and porous....

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 November 1871

-HUB AtlO'l 11 i gto Bn&tyM&wt |ara?j} ^wjjwp?r--Stt*U? frt^, f toter*, ^xMtvxt m& &mxiA ?ntt\\i$wtt, *? w/ _ ? ? ? ? - - ? - - - ? - .? ? ? ? --? ? ? - - ? j?OYT &> OCX. Proprietors. ANDERSON 0. H., S. C.. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1871. VOLUME VLT.?NO. 20. Toe State Agricultural ana Mechamcal-Society. .Xhe following address by the President, Qen. Johnson Hagood, was delivered at the recent "annual meeting of the State Agricultural and Mechanical Society, ;ind briefly-epitomises the past history and future prospects of the organi ttanu ?} k .'a :? ' 11 ' "'u '" '1 ' Gentlemen of the Society : At the convention 'of agriculturalists and mechanics, held in this ci#t5n?pril/l$9?whicu ^Ttedln^ne forj matsott of this society it 'wnr-be remembered , there was a lengthy discussion as to fixing -the pinnaneofc place for holding our annual burs, ? The claims of Columbia and Charleston were warmlv pressed by their respective advocates} aid others leaned to the idea...

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 November 1871

^udctsflu gutfUigeacct One copy for one year......V..-?.-?4 2.50 " " " six;?onths...~?_.?1.25 Ten eonjgif<fcon??year?J-......?_*...._-20.00 TwentJ^piesrottone ye?...-87.60 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 oC one inch- space for the first insertion, and "FHty^errts-per square for each subsequent Insertion. Liberal contracts made-with.thoso wishing to .advertise for three, six or twelve months. JHMjBMB agUan exceeding five lines will bo charged far at advertising rates. ? ? Arrnouncement of candidates, Five Dollars In each case, -invariably hi advance. " -Job Work cash on delivery, hi every instance. AY MORNING, NOV. Ifr i87t . ; A Tournament and Fancy Oostome j Ball will take place at Anderson on Thursday, S?th' inst. Further particulars next week. ? Frost .The mild season terminated' last Friday, 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. — 16 November 1871

Crfurtf Lfl?gb'of Ancient Free Masons ;of| South Carolina. THE Annual Communication of the Moat Worshipful Grand Lodge of An -Si?B$ -iPree Masons of South Carolina, e;hkdrit Odd Fellow's Hall, Charleston, tSSaf the 21st of November, commen? cing at high twelve. The Grand Lodge will be opened by Right Worshipful R. S. Bruns, Deputy Grand Master, and <sdled otT until Tuesday, 19th of December. Worshipful Masters, Wardens,. Delegates, Past "fiBfcrsiand Grand Officers, residing out of the "cfty of "Charleston are not expected to attend until the December Communication, at which time the Corner Stone of the new Masonic Tempjp-wiil be laid. By order of the Grand Mast?L J7< i ? B. BUSH CAMPBELL, Grand Secretary. Not 16,1871 . ; 20 ,? ?.; 1 OFFICIAL. Office of Auditob of State, ) Columbia, JSfc C., ^ovtobfrrf 10,1871. > FT having ba n reported in some of the pa perkJnJtbia State, that a promise had. been matSfcjljU J^xoellency Govenior R.X.."Scott to the late Tax-payers' Convention...

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. — 16 November 1871

rVktsm Jnic?ipttr. From the New York Financial Chronicle. The Southern States and the Cotton Manufac? tures. r-. i*! Can the South develop a large cotton manu? facture t This question has been often dis? cussed of late. It is now agitating the popu? lar, mind there to an extent which is foil of promise, although the masses of our people at "the North can Scarcely understand it. The obvious answer is that the industries of any country are the outgrowth of the genius of the people,: Climatic influences maybe favorable, ?an. abundant supply of the raw material may offer itself, cheap labor may be abundant; but all such conditions are in vain, if, as in Brazil, India or Egypt the genius and institutions of ^tb# '.people plight and paralyze the develop w&fcbf..manufacturing enterprise. We have s^jypp/-applied these principles to.the Sooth. ??nc?tha-elose of the war brought the gradual titoratidn of labor to its just place among the "uctive forces of the country, and we nave, r -been ...

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. — 23 November 1871

O IC/ ? -v.Uv^ . .1 iJ... ...'1 ..[r. .. ?'????> ?? : Mi' "iff i-'i ? - ? :!,-:-^Ti 9,h n.< ????.;;-',,:-r 3:11' ui '?'"?NDER??N C.H., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1871. \76T.Trivir v?Lttife wo. ail cond tour of ob^yation m thlg'S?i?, i ired aapUwo KufKlu^ia jail, over ^^nje^bers-oftW i^fejf^dviSSjor 150 B^pje^u?g?fpm justice Rin the wpads^ ;Sacbii3.a.aunimary.o? li of ?e-cMi^|*Wi^m onrfYpri co^Bj^wbicU. ^ieeni Smki MMBWrifr, m?t;yet,J)F jevei^.dfiy, eg f tar.., mercy, and^thejir; confessions |f:imj)|ij?a|e, persons not before. ??a> i that each, day's. developments :m"oVe' ,bit,,#e g^,aumgric^,3t^ngthflpfl ions order, .w^n^am^ 5toe.coualy.,.;Ap>officer scarcelyexag^grat^ _ J iD#^*yto^w,hesaid3to me^T'^a ?Hb^^?ftf r*?3 ^QoUveiy-^t^.n^a.yo.n W:^:)'?3^*.n?<ga*e ifljhy disr ) of te^orning.^>rief/: a^rm^ofjljhe nmV^ ^mufy] 4ft* walked; Up street,from the; depot to .the hotel, the jt|a^^r^t^eJp<)k,of.^ Unyit.ip. jimes, r*e: cenUy.captured.by an..invading army. -Ther...

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. — 23 November 1871

ANDERSON C H., S. C. THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 28, 1831 a?* The Tournament and Fancy Bait, an? nounced in our last issue to take- piece on Thursday next, has been unavoidably post? poned until Christmas week. We learn that the premium for the lest saddle-horse kos awarded at the State Fail- to the Alraft? exhibited at oar County Fair by ?rr&r-W. -Thompson, and which received a hTce distinction here. :t awy > ?Mwberrieirin Horomber. \ bar friend and townsman, Mr. A. B. Towers, j ^ea, shown us a huge ripe strawberry from bis | garden, and says there are any number ofblocms upon the vises. It is a novel sight in this lat? itude to obtain a luscious, full-grown strawberry in November. "??^ " ' ? Our last issue briefly mentioned the death of Mrs. D. H. Silcox, of Charleston, and the edition was not entirely printed until the nein came that her son, Henry Willard Silcox, vaa likewise numbered among the dead. He was a genial and popular young man, and greatly esteemed among the busines...

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. — 23 November 1871

^nrjty Life Insurance and Annuity Com VAv 1 pany. Among the few Life Insurance Companies which promise to show an increase in the amount of new business transacted during the b"? ?year, is the Security Life Insurance cikroity Odirrpa^ New York. Ita busi? ness shows a large and healthy increase over that for the corresponding period of last year, and will doubtless continue on in as favorable a ratio until the close of the year. The man .Cfc?a?&t of this. Company has been from the first very able and conservative. It has lent itself to none of the cheap and tawdry devices for geling present business, at the expense of j futuMtn*rWehey. We believe %hftf! the Com? pany has pursued from the outset a very just and'fair polk^'lnMt? dealings with its Policy Holders, and to this it is doubtless largely in? debted for the popularity which it enjoys.?JEr tract from the Insurance Spectator of October, 1871._ r f ? ? ? : ^ ' , ns owing money in Dawson's . Dp will please settle up immediate ...

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