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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 25 July 1872

HOYT & CO.. Proprietors. ANDERSON G. H., S. a, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1872. VOLUME VHT.?NO. 3. TDDIS' STRATEGY. A STORY OF EARLY CALIFORNIA LIFE. Mapes was chivalrous by nature ; he believ? ed in "seeking: the bubble reputation even in the cannon's mouth." His enthusiasm was aroused by the recital of stories of deeds of desperate daring; while he had nothing but contempt for even success won by crooked and. indirect means. Tim ras, on the contrary, be? lieved there was policy in war, and that the end justified the means, particularly if the end was attained. Companions from infancy, their lives had been spent in competition for scho? lastic and such other honors as the locality afforded, without even a momentary break in their friendship. But now, in early manhood, they struggled for a prize of incalculable value, with an ardor that threatened a complete rup? ture of friendly relations. The heart and hand of Eliza Reed, the neighborhood belle, weie to be won; and to these no...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 25 July 1872

ANDERSON C. H., S. O. TH?5ESDAT MORNING, JULY 25,1872. Reduction in Phrice T :The proprietors of the Anderson- InteUiffencer, grateful to the public for past favors, have con? cluded to reduce the price of subscription to Two Dollars a Year; invariably in ad? vance, to take effect from- and alter this date. We n>ean>t? dft^strictly cash business in the matter of subscriptions, and our friends will confer a favor in not asking oredit, as we will be compelled -to refuse it. The ]paper will be discontinued at the expiration of the time-paid lor ?? every instance, as we cannot afibrd to send the paper without the money. Anderson, Jujy4ShTm2^_ . J?- Mr. Ji K McCartr,. editor of the Ga? zette, published4 at Elberton, Ga., made us a visit- last week. He has had the management of the Gazette but a short time, but speaks hopefully of the enterprise. It is quite a read able-paper, and we wish him much success. "JO m > ^ 71?" J. P. Douthit, Secretary of the Young Men's Lyceum, at Sand...

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. — 25 July 1872

Tub Lowery Gang.?By passengers on the Wilinihgton, Charlotte and Rutherford Rail? road, yesterday afternoon, we have intelligence that another of the Lowery gang of outlaws has been sent to his last account. As the train passed through Lumberton yesterday morning, the body of the defunct cut throat, robber and outlaw had just arived at that place. Some of the persons on the train obtained a hasty view of the corpse, as it lay in the wagon which had brought it from the snot where it was shot. His remains were terribly mutilated. A ball had penetrated one eyo and passed through the bad: of the head; another had entered the lower jaw on one side of the head, and badly shattered it, while a third passed through au aroi and into the side. Owing to the fact that our informants had to reti.rn almost immediately to the train, the pafticulars of the affair are necessarily very meagre. It is certain, however, that the'out? law was shot and killed by Mr. Robert Wish art, a younger brother of 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. — 25 July 1872

Ritten Mtftytmx, TERMS. One copy for one year-.-.-$ 2.00 " " " six months.......... 1.25 Ton copies for one year.?.-.?.20.00 Twenty copies for one year.37.50-1 The clubs of ten and twenty will be sent to any address. Subscriptions will not be received for a less period than six. mouths. 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 months. Obituary, notices exceeding.?ve lines will be charged for atadrcrtising rates.. Announcement of candidates, Five Dollars in each case invariably in advance. Job Work cash on delivery. In every Instance. Efom- the Missouri Democvai* A Remarlcable Case The History or a Great Crime tn Indi? ana?Five Trials and a Suicide. Ob the 12th of September, 1868, a farmer's boy discovered on the banks of the White Riv? er, about three miles n...

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. — 1 August 1872

HOYT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1872. VOLUME Vm.?NO. 4. Correspondence of the Nation. Bice-Field Sketches. the low-cou>*try j?*egro as A2f elector. ! Charleston, S. C, June 1. To a stranger in a Southern latitude, a ride along the causeway of a rice-field in the month of May presents an interesting sight. The rice-field of to-day is in most respects the rice field of "slavery times." In the vast tracts of land lying along the coast the current of life is almost as stagnant as the water of their swamps, and, to outward appearance, the past seven years have made few changes. The month of May is the most favorable season for observation, for at that time a siugle sweep of the eye over one of those fields of hundreds of acres will show nearly the whole process of rice growing. From the causeway of one of the largest fields cn Mr. JB.'s place I was fa? vored with just such a view. On one side of the causeway a hundred negro men were at wo...

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. — 1 August 1872

ANDERSON" $C. H., S. C THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1,1872. It eduction in Price 5 The proprietors of the Anderson Intelligencer, grateful to the public for past favors, have conr eluded to reduce the price of subscription- to Two Dollars a Year, invariably in ad? vance, to take effect from, and after this date. We mean to do a strictly cash business in the matter of subscriptions, and our friends will confer a-favor in not asking credit, as we will be com pelled to refuse it Th* paper will be discontinued at the expiration- of the time paid for in every instance, as we cannot afford to send tho paper without the money. Anderson, JutyAMi, 1872. The Anderson Male High School will be resumed on the 12th instead of the 5th inst. Sad Accident. On. last Friday Mr. W. L. HellamE, living near Cen t revill c, accidentally shot himself whilst out bunting with his gnu. The circumstances, as we have heard them, are these: He was moving a pile of rails with one hand, and hold? ing the gun with 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. — 1 August 1872

CITIZENS' MEETING. THE Citizens of Anderson County, without regard to race or color, who are opposed to the existing Administration of the Federal and State Governments, and are disposed to unite with the Liberal Republicans and Democrats in the grand effort that is now being made to save the Country from the political vampires who are sucking its life-blood, are invited to meet in the Court House on MONDAY next^ Saleday?to consider the propriety of organ- j izing to that end. MANY CITIZENS. AGRICULTURAL. COL. D. WYATT AIKEN, of Cokesbury, S. C, will deliver an address at Anderson C. H. on Thursday, the 22nd August next, at 10J o'clock a. m., on the subject of Agriculture, the State Agricultural Society, the "Rural Car? olinian," and more particularly the Patrons of Husbandry. The citizens generally, and the farmers and their families particularly, are in? vited to be present. August i, 18T2 4 3 A Perilous Season. Glorious and delightful as the Summer weath? er is, its tropical heat...

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. — 1 August 1872

TERMS. One-copy for one year._.8 2.00 ?*? ? '* 14 six months.?. L25 Ton 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 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 months. Obituary notices exceediug fiw: lines will be charged for at advertising rates. Announcement of candidates, Five Dollars in each case invariably in advance. Job Work eash on delivery, in. every instance. LOVE AND PAINTING. BY AMY RANDOLPH. "Yea," said Mrs. Western, solemnly, "it will be a very nice thing to have Beatrice well set? tled in life." "Very nice," said Miss Victoria Western, with a grave nod. Poor little Beatrice Moore t Ever since she coui...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 August 1872

HOYT & 00., Proprietors. VOLUME VHT.?NO. 5. Ex-Gov. Perry'a Reminiscences of Public Men. William K. Easier. The sudden and most unexpected death of General Easley, a few days since, was a great shock to the community of Greenville, in whose midst he had lived many years, and by whom he was greatly respected and admired for his many high and noble traits of character. He was a gentleman of feeble constitution by na? ture, and for 3ome time had been in delicate health. Bat when he lefc home for Atlanta, Georgia, where he died, hi) family and friends regarded him in ordinary health. He went to Atlanta on business connected with the Air Line Bailroad, an enterpris e in which he had taken a deep interest, and one which he was mainly instrumental in carrying through to a successful result. For the last two or three years he had devoted all the energies of his nature to the accomplishment of this great work. It was through his influence, in a great measure, that this Road was located t...

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. — 8 August 1872

ANDERSON C. H., S, C. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, T372. Saleday. notwithstanding the rains, there was a large crowd present on Monday last. The crowd was pretty orderly until late in the evening, when it became right jolly. The candidates were out in full force, doing active service. The Weather. Within the last few days copious showers have fallen in this vicinity, and from appear? ances, we suppose the rains have been general. Up to this time, some neighborhoods in the county were in much need of rain. .Worth Carolina Election. The latest dispatch from Charlotte, N. C, dated August 6, leaves the gubernatorial elec? tion iu considerable doubt. Both parties claim the election ; therefore we infer that the contest has been very close. The Liberals and Demo? crats have elected a majority of Congressmen and two-thirds of the Legislature. Mr. Sumner's Letter. ? To the exclusion of other matter we publish vc this issue the letter of Hon. Charles Sumner to colored men who had asked his co...

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. — 8 August 1872

these, humbly invoking the blessing of Divine Providence; which, I believe, must descend upon such a cause. Accept my best wishes for yourselves person? ally ana for tho people you represent, and be? lieve me, gentlemen, your faithful friend, Charles Stjmner. To Dr. Augusta, Wm. H. A. Wormley, and others. For the Anderson Intelligencer. Celebration at Sandy Springs. Mr. Editor : I had the pleasure on Satur? day last, the 3rd day of August, of attending the celebration of the Young Men's Lyceum at Sandy Springs, aud think it very creditable to the young men of that Society. There was a considerable crowd present, and at 11 a. m.f Capt Robt. A. Steele announced that the hour for speaking had arrived, and after a few ap? propriate remarks, introduced the first speaker, Mr. W. T. McElroy, who addressed the audi? ence on the subject of "Reading." He noticed, first, the benefits of reading; second, how we should read; third, what we should read. Mr. McElroy managed his subject in such a m...

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. — 8 August 1872

%xktm Jntellipttr. TERMS. One copy for one year.$ 2.00 it ii i? months.~.i. 1.25 Tea copieafor one year.20.00 Twenty copies for one year.37.50 The clubs of teu and twenty will be senl 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 inct space for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents per square lor each subsequent insertion. Liberal contracts made 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. Job1 Work eash on delivery. In every instance. UNLOCKING A HEART. FROM A LADY'S SCRAP BOOK. At the age of thirty, Allan Moore married, taking for his wife ppetty Mary Graham. He had been waiting until he might commence the new life fairly and independently; and when he said "independently, h...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 August 1872

HOYT & Ca. Proprietors. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1872. VOLUME Vm.?NO. 6. Charles Simmer's Reply to Speaker Blaine. "Washington, D. C, August 5,1872. Dear Sir :?I have seen the letter addressed to me by you through the public prints, and I notice especially that, while animadverting up? on my support of Horace Greeley, you say not one word in vindication of that compound of pretensions, known as Grantism, a contradic? tion to the Republicanism which you could instil anew in the Government. You are greatly concerned about the compa? ny I keep. To quiet your solicitude I beg leave to say th at in joining the Republicans who brought forward an original Abolitionist, I find myself and so many others devoted to the cause I have served always, that I had not missed you until you hastened to report absence, nor Lad I taken account'of the "Southern seces? sionists," who, as you aver, are now co-opera? ting with me in support of this original Aboli? tionist, exce...

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. — 15 August 1872

Xates of^ubscription, Single copies for one year - - - $2.00 h r? " six months- - - 1.00 Ten copies for one year, $20,00, and an extra copv tcperson making up the club. Twenty copies for one year, $37.50, and' an extra copv to person making up the club. Fifty copies for one year, ?75.00, and au extra copy to person making up the cuib. oiie hundred copies for one year, $100.00, and a premium of Five Dollars to person making up the club. The clubs of ten and twenty will bo sent to any address. Clubs of fifty and upwards sent to a single address only. Subscriptions will not bo received lor a less period than six months. Payment in every case to bo made in advance, and the names of subscribers will be stricken from the books when the time paid for has ex? pired. Bates of Advertising1. Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents per square for each subsequent insertion less than three months. A square consists of the space...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 August 1872

Fatal Accident to a Young Caroli? nian.?The Augusta train yesterday brought to the city the remains of a young man named Theo. Farmer, a native of Williamston, S. C, who was killed on the Western and Atlantic Railroad, on Saturday hist, at a point near Chattanooga. He was employed as train hand, and was standing on the top of the car, when he was knocked off while passing through a bridge, and instantly killed. His body was forwarded by the Company to his home at Williamston, where his father, Elijah Farmer, resides, and is accompanied by Mr. Hamilton, a Carolinian also, residing in Atlanta, who was one of the few acquaintances of the deceased youth. He was a young man, only nineteen years of age.?Carolinian, 13fA inst. ? ? Mr. Leander J. McCormick, of Chicago, is about to present the Washington and Lee College, of Lexington, Va., with the largest telescope in the world?one having an aperture of twenty-six inches. i ? The Liberal Republicans and Democrats in Connecticut have agreed ...

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. — 15 August 1872

JOHTPS SWEETHEART. Mr. and Mrs. John Brent, at the opening of this sketch,, had been married about fifteen years. Fortune- had favored them with health and wealth. But where, in this world of sin, is a house, inhabited.by mortal beings, that does not cou tain "a skeleton in the closet? some gaunt drawback to domestic peace V The tasteful, modern little cottage of John Brent, with it3 pointed gables, quaint windows and inviting veranda, was certainly not an ex? ception, as there were several circumstances which tended to mar its pleasantness. In the-first place, Mr. and Mrs. Brent were ohildless, and' besides this (to them) great dis? appointment, Mrs. Brent had, by slow degrees, become quite deaf. With a woman's intuition she felt that the infirmity which had grown upon her was cal? culated to weaken the interest her husband ones held in her, as it was now impossible for the long confidential interchange of words and thoughts, which had so brightened and diversi? fied Sie first year...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 August 1872

HOYT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1872. VOLUME Vm.?NO. 7. The Duty of Democrats in the Present Crisis. Hon. Jeremiah S. Black, of Pennsylvania, has written the following letter to Mr. Welsh, of the Baltimore Gazette. Judge Black is a life-time Democrat and an eminent statesman, and his views and opinions will prove interest? ing to the people: York, Pa., August 3, 1872. My Dear Sir : I promised the gentleman who delivered your letter that I would answer it folly and as soon as' I could consistently with other engage men ts. I am fulfilling that prom? ise. If I take more time and space than might be expected you will please remember that I and a great many other Democrats are in a po? sition which requires something more than a mere definition. We cannot avoid miscon? struction without furnishing a rather full ex? planation. I admit that the next President mnst be Grant or Greeley. The circumstances of .the political situation limit our 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. — 22 August 1872

gttitou gateUigwm'. ANDERSON C. H-, S, C. THTTRSBAY MORNING, AUG*. 22, 1S72. The Necessity for County Organization. The views and opinions advanced by a cor? respondent last week in regard to the necessity for a thorough organization of the anti-Radical portion of this County seems to have touched the right chord among the people, and in this issue-we have the response of "Another Citi? zen," who makes practical and definite sugges? tions as to the proper course to attain the pro? posed end. It is useless to argue further as to the propriety and necessity of making nomina? tions, unless there is a desire among the peo? ple to allow the Radicals to dictate who shall fill the-County offices. Without any organized opposition, that party has inaugurated a politi? cal campaign in our midst, and has thoroughly reconstructed its machinery to carry the elec? tions-in Anderson County. Supineness and in? difference among their political opponents have emboldened their action and enlarged thei...

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 August 1872

ANNOUNCEMENTS. For, Solicitor. We, the undersigned, citizens of Belton and neighborhood, beg leave to nominate Maj. JOHN B. MOORE, of Anderson, S. C, as a suitable candidate for the office of Solicitor of | the Eighth Judicial Circuit at the ensuing elec? tion. SIGNED BY MANY VOTERS. ?&- The friends of J. S. MURRAY, Esq., of Anderson, S. C, nominate him as a candi? date for the office of Solicitor of the Eighth Judicial Circuit at the next election. ??i" We are authorized to announce JAMES BIRNIE, Esq., of Greenville, as a candidato for Solicitor of the Eighth Circuit at the next election. "We aro authorized to announce WM. H. PERRY, Esq., as a candidato for ro-election as Solicitor of the Eighth Judicial Circuit. For Probate Judge. The friends of WILLIAM S. BROWN, Esq., nominate him as a suitable candidate for Probate Judgo of Anderson County at the next election. "THE FORK." fgr~ We are authorized to announce A. O. NORRIS, Esq., as a candidate for re-oloction as Probate Judgo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 August 1872

%nkxmx $tidtytmx. Bates of Subscription. Single copies for one year - - - $2.00 " " " six months- - - 1.00 ?.Teircopies for one year, ?20,00, and an extra copv to person making up the club. Twenty- copies lor one year, $37.50, and an extra copy to person making up the club. Fifty copies for one year, $75.00, and an extra copy to person making up the club. One hundred copies for one year, $100.00, and a premium of Five Dollars to person making up the club. The clubs of ten and twenty will be sent to any address. Clubs of fifty and upwards sent to a single address only. Subscriptions will not be received for a less period than six months. Pavment in every case to be made in advance, and the names of subscribers will be stricken from the books when the time paid for has ex? pired Sates of Advertising. Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents per square for each subsequent insertion less than three mouths. A square con...

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