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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 13 April 1865

THURSDAY MOR3&XG, APRU, 13, 18G5. : EDITED BY JAlEE? A. HO YT and W. W. HTTJSIPHEEYS. mm^^~^am^a^m"'a^ml:m" ''*"''"''*'>*'f***,'''M'"'"'"M'"''? ?J@>' Aumcrous complaints have reached us in " regard to the delivery of our paper at Bclton, sub? scribers failing to receive their copies in due iiiuc. We ask the attention of the Post Master to these' complaints, and trust that'morc caro will bo exer? cised in regard to the proper delivery of (he Tntvlli genccr. "Every one is liable to error, said of course some allowance can bo made in these iiTCirulfir times. But we - respectfully submit' that there ^hoald be fewer mistakes "than have occurred in the past three months at the Belt on o?ic:. -???aft. ? ? '?-? Tho April-Visitor. We acknowledge the receipt.of the first number of a-jpencillcd sheet, comnicrciul note, bearing the abgye tille, and published "synonymously," as Mrs. Partingfon would say, over the>^yle of Mtrc .,.m~*-?w-vtb:ck S^Co. Tts, columns orb devoted, to "Ever...

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 April 1865

%\x Inbcptnknt |imntaI-?|?WA lo ? |olitics, l?frruto, |ttfos, . florals, ^?ltetl; ??c a$ |rt BY HOYT & HUMHfi&fS. ANDERSON COTJUt HOUSE, S. . C.v THURSDAY MORNING, "APRIL 20, 1865. < TOLUME 1.----MAIBER' 12. .. _ - ? - *.??.-. : : ?? ? ? . -? ' ? ---- -, v._ -XsHE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, IS ISSUED ^VERY Tli?RSDAY, AT -T?S *i)OLLAES FOR SIX ?ONTHS. * j HOYT Sc HUMPHREYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. ? Advertisements' inserted at Five Dollars a square of IrWVc lines or less, for each insertion. Obitua ? riw and Marriage Notices charged for at regular rates. ? _ a* " - jtto of % sa?fc. -From Alabama. We have before us a copy of the Mont? gomery Mail.. We extract the following* Trr/m its'^ssue of the evening of the 6th:. : Official intelligence has been received that'fighting is now going on arounft Selma. It is stated that Forrest has got u*p^yitb 'a"eOUsideraMe"<bTeetflnd had Ad? vanced against the city. The General is himself in the saddle. We have received as Vet no partic...

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 April 1865

E'jie ^nVcrsmt intelligenter. ?Ml ?.aMI?WM??WM?iiB|Mg THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 16G5 . EDITED BY ' JAIIES. A. SOYT and W. "V7. E?HPHREYS.* ?gy? B. T.'ll., LownJcsville, S..C, is informed tliat $-3 pays for three' nionths. Our boohs arc crc&tcd'sccordingly. ?**<^?-? t??^ We are requested to slate that an extra Convocation'of Burning Bush Chapter, No. 7; ?. A M., will be hckl at the Chapter Boom on Monday nest at S o'clock. I\ M. ' Etmor .. " Reports Danville, Virginia, evacuated, and Salis? bury, North Carolina, destroyed. We only give it for what it is worth.. Promoted. Col. T. M. Logan, of the Hampton Legion, has' has been.made a Brigadier General? and 'assigned to the coaiuiand-cf Bito-ek's old cavalry Brigade. -:-^--<? ? -;?'-. Ths Stato Military- Acadamios] j Are to be located at Greenville, S. C. Wc under? stand the magnificent buildings of iho Furman University will be ufced for that purpose. -* ? ' The Postr2tla3tor at isltcn 7 Js informed,, that in tiic absence^o...

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 April 1865

7 THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, IS ISSUED EVERY" THURSDAY,- AT SffiBT DOLI ASS FOB. ?IX MONTHS. liOYT HUMPHREYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Advertisements inserted at Fjse Djrtlarsa, square of twelve ttnes-cr lens, for each insertion. Obitua? ries' and Marriage Notices oharged for at regular rates. - * CAPIl?XrLATIOBf OF^ESvLEE'S AEKY! The following narrative was fuivushe'dj by an officer of Gordon's corps : Gen. Lee on the 25th March, made a demonstration on Grant's left, .capuiring Hare's hill, and neighborihg ?works" From that time till Sunday-, April, 2d, skirmishing was hca-yy 'and?.incessant, Grata throwing the matH portion of his army to tbe south sideancr*^ concentrating in frfnt of our right, noar., the South side or Petersburg IL K. Sun? day- was ushered in by a bombardment from mortars- and artillery. Qiir forces on the south side were those of A. P. HiH, . JR. II. Anderson and Gordon; Gen. Long street being in tho^dcienees around Rich? mond. Before snnriso the battle exten? ...

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 April 1865

%\t %r&mw \ l?gentcr. THURSDAY -MORNING, APRIL 27, 1?65. ? EDITED BY JAKE* A. EOYT and -W." w\ E?7KPHEEYS. To Advertisers. Our friends will greatly oblige us by handing in their advtrtisements on Tuesday of each week. -.-*> Subscribers in the village are notified that they cannot'be supplied with copies of the Intclli gtneer before Thursday morning, as it is necessary "-to mail that portion of our edition, printed on Wednesday. It is respectfully, requested, ofjme ? and all, that they patiently await the'coming'of, the Carrier 09 his regular -morning. ? ~-<??--%? ; Special 3fot:cs! ? I Hereafter subscriptions Trill only ?9 received FOE THR^pONTHS. The price of the Intelli? gencer will remain', for the present, unchanged, namely, Five Dollars for Ihrce^motiths. "We feel under many obligations to the ReT. W. E. Walters for the signal ability with whioh he presided over our editorial columns last week, during a brief*, abscenco from the monotony * of the senctum. The readers ...

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. — 22 June 1865

INTELLIGENCER. Anderson, S. C. JAMES A. IIOYT & W.'W. HUMPHREYS*; Proprietors. By tlie President-of (he Baited Stales. ^ AMNESTY .PROCLAMATION. TViLEitEASj the President of tho tlnitetl Suites, on the cigth day of December, A. 1). eighteen hundred and sixtj'-thrce, and on the twenty-sixth day of 3farch, cigh tecn hundred and sixty-four, did, with the object to-suppress the existing rebellion, to induce all persons to return to loyal(3-, and to restore the authority of the Uni ed States, issue proclamations offering amnesty and pardon to certain persons who had directly or by implication, par? ticipated in the said rebellion; and Whereas, many persons, who had so en? gaged in said rebellion, have since the is? suance of said proclamations failed or neglected to take tho benefits offered thereby; Whereas, many persons, who have been justly deprived of all claim U\, amnesty, am! pardon thereunder, by reason of their participation, directly or by implication, iu said .rebellion aud ...

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. — 22 June 1865

KJk ^nkrsnit $ntclirgfirttr. THTTSSDAY MOBBING, JUNE 22, 1865. KATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for the first insertion and Fifty (?cnt? for euch subsequent insertion. Obituaries and Marriage Notices charged for at' those rotes. - OUIt TERMS. In order to pjacc the InfeUitjcncer with? in the reach of all, at this time, we have determined upon receiving subscriptions FOR THREE ."MONTHS ONLY, at tllC low price of Fifty cents in Specie or its equivalent in Provisions. The following schedule will be the governing rates at which provis? ions will bo receivcd.at present: Corn, S pecks, (! dozen Eggs, . Wheat, J bushel, ?"> lbs. of Butter, 20 lbs. of Flour, ?"> lbs. of Bacon, G Chickens, 5 lbs."of Lard; Mr. W. S. Kekseis appointed our Agent 1o receive subscriptions, and is authorized to receipt for provisions or money. -^1-_? ?5J" Any of our friends receiving late, papers will confer a great favor upon us by sending ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 June 1865

NEWS ITEMS. G'?.w Pillow lias returned to his home near Columbia, Tcnn. Chief Justice BullitT of Kentucky, is lo be tried on the charge of conspiracy against the Government. ijTd military passes will hereafter ho re? quired ol citizens traveling over the Lou isvilie and Nashville Railroad. There is a Pennsylvania . soldier who has lost both arms, both legs, and one eye, and remains alive to tell the Story. The news of the opening of recruiting ? oflices for Mexico in New York and "Washington, created immense sensation in Paris. The General impression is that Napoleon will not stand it. Barnum offers five hundred dollars for the drauf"* which. Jeff. Davis was captur? ed. ?kuTwo Chicago gentlemen arc plead? ing to bo allowed to add the same gar? meat to the attractiveness of the great North-Western Fair. Tin: Louisville Democrat learns that the Secretary of War will, in the course often or twelve days, appoint eommis sio iers to fix the value of slaves who have enlisted or been drafte...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 June 1865

HIDDEN TREASURES. No barren waste so desolate, But even there, Some little fiowcr lifts its head And scents the air. Even in the desert's sandy plain May yet be found, Unlocked for joy, a crystal spring In depths profound. No withered heart so cold and dead, But, unrcvcnled, Some tender, cherished bud of hope, From sight concealed, Sheds .o'er the gloomy soul within A light Divine; And'with its fragrance wafts the prayer To holy shrine. Oft from the heart, a desert drear lo mortui eyes, To synipalhj 'and loving search % Responsive rise Pure waters from affection's fount, Which freely flow, Till from its depths the niid plains With blossoms blow. -: ?6T Lieut. Col. Haughton, command mg U S. Forces in Columbia, S. C, has is sued the- following order in reference lo armed bands of robbers depredating lipon private property. The order is brief*', nd explicit, and deserves to be generally known : * "Information having been received at these Headqaurtcrs of the existence of armed bands of...

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. — 29 June 1865

INTELLIGENCER. ' A.nderson, S. O. "LETTER FROM HON. B. F. PERRY. In response to an invitation from a Masonic Committee, to deliver an address before a Lodge at Cedar Falls, Greenville District, on Saturday last, " on the duty which all men (citizens, Christians and Masons) owe to themselves, their God, and their countrj-, in this their- hcur of trial and disappointment," the Hon. B. F. Perry has written an admirable letter, containing practical ideas and suggestions as to the course to be pursued in these times of perplexity and difficulties. "We have only room for a few ex'tracts: But the death strugglo is over! ?The Federal Union must be restored and sla? very abolished. The military authorities have already abolished slavery. An amendment to tho Federal Constitution has passed both houses of Congress, abol? ishing slavery and has been ratified by the Legislatures of twenty-two States. Five more States will secure its adoption. I have no doubt they will be obtained. Likewise the S...

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. — 29 June 1865

^ntemt Intelligence THURSDAY MOR?ING, JWE 29, 1865. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at Che rates of One. Dol? lar per square-of twelve lines for the first insertion and Fifty- Ccflts for each subsequent insertion. . Obituaries and Carriage Notices charged for at these rates. -4? OUR TERMS. *In-order to place the Intelligencer with? in the roach of all, at this time,, we have determined upon receiving subscriptions for three MOXTns only, at the low price of Fifty cents in Specie or its equivalent in Provisions. Tho following schedule will be the governing rates .at which provis? ions will be reeoived at present: Corn, 3 pecks, G dozen Eggs, Wheat, \ bushel, 5 lbs. of Butter, 20 lbs. of Flour, 5 lbs. of Bacon, 6 Chickens, 5 lbs. of Lard. Mr. TV S. Kekse is appointed our Agent to receive subscriptions, and is authorized to receipt for provisions or money. -?? " Any of our friends receiving late papers will confer a great favor upon us by sending the same to this of?ce. In...

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. — 29 June 1865

Guerrillas in North Carolina.?The New York Times' Raleigh eorresponder.ee says: The guerrillas ore fairly* at .work in North Carolina, although the most stren? uous efforts are made to prevent these outrages. Lieut. Col. Dawes," with a force of the 31st Pennsylvania caval y, was attacked about fifteen miles from one of our cavalry posts. After taking their money, watches, and horses, the guerillas released them. Tho country has been thoroughly scoured in the vicinity, but no traces .of the miscreants have been dicov ered. They are supposed to have been some of Johnson's force who went home on their own responsibility beibz'c the sur? render. ?:-* Couldn't Fool Heb.?The Lafayette, Ind., Courier tells an amusing story of some young ladies and gents of that place, who'were taking a social walk near the cemetery, when a ghost apppeared. They all ran but. one sturdy woman o;' the strong minded class, who stood her ground till the ghost got to her, when she seized it, and thrashed out of ...

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. — 29 June 1865

FRO?r TEXAS. A letter in the Washington Star, from its correspondent on board the United States steamer Penguin, off Sabine Pass, dated May 27, says,: The forts at Sabine Pass, Texas, surren? dered to the United States steamer Owas co. The American flag was hoisted over the works at four o'clock P. M. "Wo ex? pect Galveston to surrender to-morrow. The New York Herald's naval corres? pondent, off Galveston, May 27, 1805, writes: Ere this reaches you tho last remnant of the confederacy will Iks among things' that were- On the 22d of May the Uni? ted States steamer Augusta Dinsmore brought to this fleet several paroled offi? cers of Lee's, and Johnston's armies.? Among the number were Major General Cadmus Willcox, s. brother of Maj. Gen. O. B. Willcox, of Grant's army; Colonel. Sellers and Captain Cook, of tho Fourth Texas regiment; Hood's Adjutant Gener? al, and the wife and daughter of Mr. Bay? lor, rebel commissioner to Europe. They all have given up their cause and long for peace. ...

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. — 6 July 1865

Intelligencer. j^ndersoru S* C. public meeting? Anderson C. H., S. C7, July 3, i860.. A large and respectable-meeting of the. citizens of Anderson District was held in the Court House this day, in pursuance of a notice in last week's Intelligencer, to de? vise means looking to an early restoration of civil government in this State, under the authorities of the United States. Hon. James Jj. Orr was called to the chair, and briefly explained the objects of the meeting. James A. Hoyt was, on motion, requested to act as Secretary. On motion of Hon. J. P. Reed, a com? mittee of sixteen, consisting of one from each beat in the District, was appointed to prepare business for the meeting. The Chair appointed the following named gon tlemon: ' J. P. Roed, H. R. Vandiver, J. W. Morris, jr., Wm. Simpson, Nathan Mc Alister, J. C. Keys, Jere. Brown, J. C. Williams, J. Y. Fretwell, T. H. Russell, Maj. Geo. Seaborn, Dr. C. L. Gaillard, John-B. Watson, and D. T. Rainwaters. . In the absence of the 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. — 6 July 1865

gjttemi Intrlltgcirm-. THURSDAY HORNING, JULY 6, 1865. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for the first insertion and Fifty-Cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and Marriage Notices charged for at these rates. -4?-? '; - * OUR TERMS. In order to place the Intelligencer with? in the reach of alt, at this timo, wo have determined upon receiving subscriptions for three months only, at the'low price of Fifty cents in Specie or its equivalent in Provisions. The following schedule will bo the governing rates at which provis? ions will bo received at present: ? * ' Corn, 8 pj:cks, 6' dozen Eggs, Wheat, J bushel, 5 lbs. of Butter, 20 lbs. of Flour, 5 lbs. of Bacon, G Chickens, 5 lbs. of Lard. Mr. \V. S. Keese is appointed our Agent to? receive subscriptions, and is authorized to receipt for provisions or money.. -:?o-? JBQr* Any of our friends receiving late papers will confer a great favor upon us by sending the ...

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. — 6 July 1865

RETURNED. For the past week .we have noticed quite a nnraoer each day of our returned eoidiers, fresh from the Northern prisons. In general, they are looking hale and hearty, and from them we learn their con? dition has been much improved since the surrender of our armies. Among others we have been pleased to welcome Lionts. N. K. Sullivan and John L. Humphreys. The former has been, on Johnson's Island for two years, and has experienced all the vicissitudes of prison life during that time. Mr. Hum? phreys was captured at Salisbury, N. C, in April last, and has been sojourning at Camp Chase. After his relief, he spen t sev? eral weeks in Baltimore. Both these gen? tlemen are apparently in fine health, and we tender them our congratulations upon a safe return to home and friends. -<>-! B. F. BUTLER. It has been rumored that the above named individual would likely receive the appointment-of Military Govornor for this State. The iollowing from the Washing? ton correspondent of 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. — 6 July 1865

VISIT TO FORT DEjLAYVARK. Ascending a pair of stairs to the second * storjjfcof the fort, vre were ushered into a small, plainly furnished room, "and found i there, sitting at "a table, Colonel Lnbbock, of Jeff. Davis'.* staff. Colonel Lubbock ?was captured with Jeff, and soon after? wards was incarcerated in Fort Del aware. He was, prior to 1863, Govefnorof Texas; butAwas called to Eichmond by the arch traitor, and placed on bis staff. He ac? companied Davis on his flight from Eich tnond, and was1 his constant companion until capture. It is strictly prohibited to have any in? tercourse with state, or in fact any other prisoners at the fort; but as tho com? mandant kindly permitted the writer to go wh'iro he,pleased, he strained a, point and said what he pleased to the extent of.a few hurried words witn Colonel Lub? bock. Ho stated that he had not been permitted to seo a newspaper siuco his capture; but from what ho had heard he thought some erroneous statements had been published r...

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. — 13 July 1865

INTELLIGENCE^. ??? ;-1-* j^ndersofi? S. C. VOLUME I. . . NUMBER 4." a?at i i i- mi ' 11 .MEMORIAL. At a meeting of the citizens of Abbe? ville District, held on the 21st ultimo, the following' memorial to the President of the United States was unanimously adop? ted, and each paper in tho State was re? quested to copy : To his Excellency, Andrew Johnson, President of the United Stales*: The memorial of the citizens of Abbeville District, South Carolina, assembled in mass meeting, respectfully sheweth, . <" That South Carolina has laid down her arms, hostilities have ceased in her bor? ders, and yet our people enjoy neither the blessings of peace nor the protection of law. We have not, and know not any persons in this State, who have the pur? pose or the inclination to renew the con? test in any ibriri. Tho speedy and com? plete restoration of our relations to the Constitution of the United States and the Union, and the peace and security which they guarantee to the citizen, are ou...

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. — 13 July 1865

W$ %i?ttxstnt IntcIIigcnctrr THTJBSD?Y MOBBING, JTJLY 13?1865. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve line's for the firstinsertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and Marriage Notices charged for at f those rates. : j-.-:-* OUR TERMS. In order to place the Intelligencer with? in the reach of all, at this time, wo have determined upon-receiving subscriptions for three months only, at the low price of Fifty cents in Specie or its equivalent in Provisions. The.following schedule will be the governing rates at which 'provis? ions will be received at present: ' ' Corn, 3 peeks, G dozen Eggs, "Wheat, ? %ushcl, 5 lbs. of Butter, 20 lbs. oC Flour, ? lbs. of Bacon, 6 Chickens, 5 lbs. of Lard. ' Mr. W. S. Keese is appoihtod our Agent to receive subscriptions, and is authorized to.receipt for provisions or money. J>????* Any of our friends receiving-late ? ?'papers 'will confer'a great favor upon us 'by send...

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. — 13 July 1865

'Florida.?A Wnshingtor. desjintch of .the 3d instant, says that a Provisional^ - Governor, for Florida, will be appointed' .in a short timo. Two or three candidates are already in the field, though none resid? ing within the State .have yet appeared. . A special despatch to the Memphis leiin, dated New Orleans the 27th inst., says the Negroes at Vicksburg are pro? testing against the appointment of Jn Ige Sharkey as Governor and are clamoring for the right to vote. -I Generals Barringer and P.age were con-, fined in Fort Delaware at latest dates.? Gen. Wheeler and staff were released aiud ..sent home. . . -_-*-. . Hon. W. W. Boyee,.of S. C. has received an uneoaditional pardon and. a friendly letter from the President; 19 Barbecue. * * All persons who served with the "^al metto"Piflemen " in the Army of North ern Virginia, from the beginning to the close of the late war, and the parents' o: wife of each deceased inombcr, arc cored-' aily invited to partake of a BarbeciVe to be given...

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