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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 1 May 1873

Qtfotm ?fvitiltytmt. ANDERSON C. H.f S. C. i THURSDAY MORNTNG, MAY 1, 1873... ?gf All advertisements from Executors, Ad? ministrators and other Fiduciaries, and all -Citations for Letters of Administration, must he paid for in advance from and after this date. February 1,1873. tSg- Re^JJ. F. Bradley has- been; called to ti^-'ehargV if Generuetee Church, in this ?Gouatyr as - - * ' " f?- Judge Bond, on Saturday last, appoint ' ed John E. Breazeale, Ilsq^ United States Com . missioner for Anderson County. 89s On last Saturday morning, a heavy frost caused considerable damage to the gar? den* in this- vicinity. Irish potatoes, beans i and other vegetables bear the blackened marks of this untimely visitor. ?S* We will publish next week the official and complete text of the recent decision of the . Supreme Court of the United States upon the homestead law, as a matter of general interest to our readers and as particularly valuable to the legal fraternity. ??? .Mr. Julius Pop]>e propos...

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 May 1873

LtTew Advertisements. 10,000 GIFTS, $500,OOOv On TUESDAY, JULY, 8th,-18"3, the- THIRD GRAND GIFT CONCERT, ander the macsgement of Ex-Governor ? The*. E. Bramiette, and authorised by special act of the Legislature, for the benefit of tho Pablic Library of Ken? tucky, positively and unequivocally comes off in Public Library Hall, at Louisville, Ky.s when 10,000 Gifts, all xtsbf. amounting to- ^500,000, ,w,^;be, dis^lbuted by lot among (he ticket-holders. The mone? fo' pay' all' these gifts in full in already in bank and set asldo for that pur? pose, as the following certificate shows: Oma or Farmers' and Drovers' Bank, \ LocnmzxE, Krn April 7, 1S73. j This is to certify that there is i n the Farmers' and Dro? vers* Bank, to the credit of the Third Grand Gift Concert for the benefit of the Public Library of Ky., FIVE HUN? DRED. THOUSAND DOLLARS, which has been set apart by the Managers to pay the gifts In full, and will be held by the-Bank and paid ?ut for thlii purpose, and this pur? ...

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 May 1873

Jl?to?ii Jntclligfiictr. .' > k _ B?te? of Subscription. ? ) f?tgfe copies tor one year - - - f2.0tf u U gix. months- - - IjOO Ten copies for one-year, $!0,00, and an extra copy to person making up the club. Twenty copies for one year, $87.56, and an extra copy to person makir g up the club. " Fifty copies for one year, $75.00, and an extra eopy to person making up i he club. One hundred copies for one year, ?100.00, and a premium of Five Dollar? to person making mp_the club. _^The .clubs often and twenty will be sent to aay address, Clubs of fifty and upwards sent lb" a single address only. Subscriptions will not bo received tor a less period than six months. Payment in every case to 1 >e made in advance, and the names of subscribe -s will be stricken from the-books when the time paid for has ex? pired. Bates- of Advertising. ,.. Advertisements will, be inserted at the rate of- One JJolIsr per square for the first insertion, sad Fifty Cents per square i or each subsequent ins...

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. — 8 May 1873

HOYT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON C. H., S. 0., THURSDAY MORNING, MAT 8, 1873. VOLUME Vm.?NO. 44. Decision of the Supreme Court of the United States on the Homeirteod Law? The following is the full and official report of the important decision on the Homestead Law as pronounced by Associate Justice Swayne, in the Supreme Court of the United States: John McK. GcuWj plain tiffin e rror, ve. Charles I. Barry. This is a writ of error to :;he Supreme Court cf the State of Georgia. On the 12tfc of May, 1866, th 3-plaintiff in er? ror recovered in the Supreme Court of Ran? dolph county a judgment against Wm. B. Hart for the sum of $402 30 principal, and $129 60 interest op to the date of the judgment, and costs. An execution was issue! upon the judg? ment, and placed ?n the hands of the defendant in error as sheriff of that county. He was thereby command id to make the sums above mentioned and further interest upon the prin? cipal from the 12th of #ay, 1866, and the costs. TEhe plainti...

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 May 1873

ANDERSON C. H.? S, C. THURSDAY MORNING, MA.Y Sr 1873. DEATH OF HQN. JAMES L. ORR. What a thrill of surprise and sadnsss this! announcement will cany to the hearts and! homes of our people I The picture of grief-f stricken communities, who have known and! honored and loved him, rises before us as these] lines are penned. Yet, 'tis even true ! Thel earthly career of James L. Orr is ended; farl away from the home he loved so well, in a for-f eign land and surrounded by strange faces, hisl spirit winged its flight from the tenement ofi clay, and soared away upon the boundless oceanf of eternity I ? This sad intelligence was received in ourl ,town oh Tuesday afternoon, as it was flashed! across the waters that Judge Orr died in St.] Petersburg on Tuesday morning. Without full particulars, the circumstances of his death can? not be stated at this writing, but we know enough to say that he has been suffering from the effects of a cold, which he contracted prior to leaving this country, 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. — 8 May 1873

SALE OF VALUABLE KEii ESTATE.] United States ts. John Fraaer & Co. FPUBSUANCE of the orders made in this case, the undersigned offers for sale the PROPERTY mentioned and described in the conveyance to James Robb and Charles T. Lowndes, Trustees, dated the Mb. February, 1888. Bids for the Property, or any portion thereof, will be received by the Referee under seal untB the FIRST DAY of JUNE, 1873.? Such bids to state" whether for cash. Or for one-third cash, balance in one and two years, secured by bond of the purchaser and mortgage- of the property and assignment of poBcy of insurance. Or in the bonds of T. D. Wagner and W. L. Trenholm, payment of whiish Ts secured by the said mortgage to -Messrs. B?bb and Lowndes, Which are commonly know i as "A" bonds. . No bid payable in MA*? Bonds wiB be receiv-| ed for an amount less than t ho appraised value* of the property ?s set forth in the said mort? gage. Bids may be made embracing all or ei? ther of the above alternatives. SAM'L. LO...

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 May 1873

Sates of Subscription. Single copies for oae year - - - ? I* t ?? six months- - - 1JX) Ten copies for one year, $20,00, and an extra copy to person making tip the club. Twenty copies for one year, $37.50, and an extra copy to person making up the club. Fifty copies for one year, $75.00, and an ex';ra i copy to person making up the dub. One hundred copiesfor one year, $100.00, and , s premium of Five Dollars to person making j up the club. The dubs often 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. Payment im 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* Bates 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 months. A square consists of the spac...

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. — 15 May 1873

HOYT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON 0. H., S. 0., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1873. VOLUME VHX?NO. 45. ESSAYS BEFORE THE STATE AGRICUL? TURAL AND MECHAN ICAL SOCIETY. The following essays, among others, were presented before the Stata Agricultural and Mechanical Society, at its recent Spring meet? ing in Charleston. We ?hall probably give others to our readers in future issues: Ploughing and its Effect upon different Soils at different Seasons. ' BY DR. JOHN H. FURMJJT, OF SUMTER. There are two points it which I conceive our practice of agriculture has been particular? ly deficient. These are winter preparation and modes of ploughing. With many it has been customary to allow the spring to be far advan? ced, or at least the winter to be pretty well spent, ere the process "of preparation begins; indeed, this is merged in that of cultivation, and the corn is growing ere the land is broken np, and die cotton is up on part of the planta? tion before the earth has boen fitted for its re? ...

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 May 1873

Sates of. Subscription. Single copies for one yoar - - - $2.00. " " " six months- - - 1.00 Ten copies, forone-yeari $20,00, and! an extra copy to person making up the c lub. Twenty copies for one'year, ?37-50,. and aa extra copy to-person making u.? the club. Fifty co'pies for one year, $75.00, and an extra copy to person making up the club. ?ne-h??dred 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 an-I upwards sent to a single address only. Subscriptions will not be'received for a less period than: six months. Eavincnt in every case to-be made in. advance, and the names of subscribers will be stricken from the books when; the tinae paid for has ex? pired. Rates 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 months. A square consists o...

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. — 15 May 1873

PFUEELY a VEGETABLE PBEPABATJON, con posed simply of well-known r o OTS, herbs and fruits, combined with other properties, which in their nstaro are Cathartic Aperient, Hoi tritioua. Diure?c, Aitestive and An?-B?lious. Tho wholBl?preaeiitaain* ?nfadenttpantity-of epirit from the SUGAR. C ASE to keep them ta any climate, whichmaioathu , P L?NT?TION cno of the most desirable Tonics an 1 Catnai* tica in tho wen id. Zhoyaze intended stdettyu? . Temperance Bitters only to be nsed as a m^cfoeTana ahn ys according to directions. ,a<n They are the aheet-ascbor of tho feeble and debili? tated. "They act open a diseased liver, find gtimnlato to sncb a degree -that a healthy actio n in at once Drought about. As -a remedy to whidi Women are especially subject it is uupaiaedian every other otmrulant. A_ a Spring and Sum ner Tonic ithey have so equal. They are a mill and gentla IPurga?ve es weil as Tonic, They Purify the Blood. They are a splendid Appetiser. They n axe the weak strong. They pu...

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 May 1873

?? ,? , - Mr the Anderson: fiittlHgencer. IS MEXORLOL. AH aJoae ami sad and weary, Thinking of the future dreary,? Of my hopes so rudely blighted, till I writhe in anjuish sore; a. How I drained the cup of sadness, How my soul was stung to madst?sr. By tho. crushing tidings brought me, of thy death one year ago.. Idolatry for thee enslaved me, . But a Father's iova has saved me, Brooder of my treasure, thev, than kings who Jewelled crowns adore-; Oh! must I every aspiration Quench now for m? soul's salvation ? Must I, in a grave-lik'e prison, chain ambition- evermore, . Glocds of gold; and red, and purple, Round the horizon grandly circle, Which like triune bands of Angels, stepping from the heavenly, floor,. Tail me not to love another, But to turn my affections rather, Towards the golden gatss of glory from this- earth forcver raseet. m this Jtsy-day sunlight gleaming, By thy grave I now sit dreaming, And"methinks I hear an Angel; whispering through tho opening door? ' We are wait...

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 May 1873

HOTT & CO.. "Proprietors. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1873. VOLUME VHL---NO. 46. ESSAYS BEFORE THE STATE AGRICUL? TURAL AND MECHANICAL SOCIETY. Manure ts. Phosphates. BY PAUL S. FELDES, OF OBAKGEBURG. Mr, President and Gentlemen af the Society : There are very few soils so fertile as to dis? pense with manure of some kind. When such soils do exist, by repeated cropping and re? moving the produce, they will be eventually Worn oat. unless replenished in some way. A soil, to be productive, must contain soluble earths, and by repeated croppingssome of these soluble parts will become just as certainly ex? hausted as a corn crib which is continually used tmt of, and to which no corn is returned, will .get empty. All earths are not soluble, and consequently cannot be good for plants, and those which are soluble enter into the compo? sition of vegetables in different proportions. No soil contains them, in equal abundance, and if a soil is exhausted of only one of the...

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 May 1873

ANDERSOhf C. N.,. S. C. THURSDAY MORNENG,. MAY 22; 1873. The Hon. Edwards Pierrepont, of New York, has declined the Russian mission. The Anderson District Medical Society will meet on Saturday next, for the transaction, of important business. ?Q^-Judge R. B. Carpenter will' deliver the annual oration' before the literary societies of the South Carolina University on the 2Sth. of June next j}?- An extnv communication of Hiram Lodge, No. 68; A. F. M., will be held on to? morrow (Friday) evening, at the usual hour. Members of the Lodge and candidates for the Third Degree will be punctual in attendance. f6T The Columbia Phoenix says it is cur? rently reported that County Treasurer Allen is not the only Treasurer who will be overhauled.. That paper has reason to believe that a large number of indictments will be made out. We are requested to state that the ordi? nation of a newly elected Deacon will take place in the Baptist Church on next Sabbath, at the morning service. Prof. W. H. Wbi...

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 May 1873

THE MARKETS. Anderson, May 21, 1873. There has been very little cotton on the mar? ket this week* The market closed this evenirlg at 16 to 16} for middlings. SPECIAL NOTICES. So Lady's Toilet Complete Unless there be the fragrant Sozodont ; nnto the breath sweet odors it imparts, the gums a rubv redness soon assume, the teeth quick rivial alabaster tint, and seem as pearls set in a coral vase. Spalding's Glue, cheap, convenient, useful. ?SS^ Carpenters, Pattern Makers and Cabinet Makers Will take notice that P. P. Tuale, of Charleston, has on hand and for sale White Pine of the finest grade, wholesale and retail. Also, Walnut, Oak and other hard woods. LADIES' STORE. WE take pleasure in thanking our many friends and customers for their Liberal Pat? ronage with us this Spring, and must say our J business has never been more prosperous and flattering in all departments?DRESS-MA? KING, MILLINERY and LADIES' GOODS, which prompts us to stall order and keep on hand FRESH GOODS, AND the La...

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 May 1873

^wtaim jntcfligMorJ Bates of SriM iription. Single- conies for one year - - - $2.00 i. u. six months- - - 1.00 Tea copies for one-year, !?20,00, and an extra copy to person- makifftg up rhe clab. Twenty copies for ono year, $37.50, and an extra copy to person makiigup the dub. Fifty copies for one year, ?75.00, and an extra cop v to person making up the club. One hundred copies foe cae year, $100.00. and a premium of Five Dollars to person making ?ptheclub. The clubs of ten and twenty will be sent to aoy address. Clubs of fifty and upwards sent to a single address only. Subscriptions will not be received for a less jeriod than six months. Payment in every case to be made in advance, and the names of subscribing will be stricken from the books when the time paid for has ex? pired. Sates of Advertising. Advertisements will be' inserted at the rate off One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents per square for each subsequent insertion less than three months. A squar...

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 May 1873

HOYT & 00., Proprietors. ANDERSON O. BL S. C, THURSDAY MORNING-, MAY 29, 1873. VOLUME VHX?NO. 47. The Great Northwestern and South Atlantic MM Wo have the pleasure of presenting our readers .with the interesting speech of Hon. Vi. S. Kaynaond, President of the Indianapolis, Delphi and Chicago Railroiid Company, deliv? ered before the merchants and citizens of A li? on the Hth of &fay, 1873, as re portectin"the A^gjutj^ ^knw^ and Sentinel: rn matk. It h&Mw. Up porposeuto; bfoa Jas fello^??S?a-^eltew^dtheM,) oft?o^i^ieo?mt#ju bavjdifc a common desti ^^S^^r^terest,"an^.1 %Mr$ ?7 the ' cordial,' fraternal manner with which I have been.received aiiico I have reached your land, feUowtatfi?eaein sympathy as well as by inter? est. I came **ere * to advise with yoa, take j c?ansef wi?i^^* Jrpba:: mttets' of interest nlipnx deities o&feite^^isymp^ lyrfwtad cow^Sf iihllyyaod in tin best sense of lh^ woid,-portticaHy'.' I ora? no pobticmn, r -do I Wish - ti> be so considered,...

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 May 1873

JUtlcvsflti ^iMfytmt. TPTUGSDAY MOENEfC^.MAY 2$ 1873: J?- The favorite resort, oir a sultry after noon; is the popular establishment of the "little man," wlioso iced* sodh water fs a refreshing draught after the-long, fcng snmmer day. Jjgfr fjn Agricultural Society has been or? ganised in HartrCountyvGa?, aud itis proposed to boldSi County Fair next fall. We wish our neighbors across the Savannah great success in' this undertaking. gig^'The Benson House stables,, after, a pre? carious tenure of long staadipg^ succumbed to the violent storm eri last Friday evening, an#j fell to Ibe gtobhd with a heavy icrasb^sunicrent to alarm the neighborhood. .906?^V?xw &?if)wiK? 4i saun b jj^T By otder .pf-C^ rntcrclasgactflliChpsuita bas^dabei^place^be?* tween Judges Carpenter and Copke,. and fire1 formet was assign3d*toAndeaenicrthep're5^mV term, while Judge Cooke liasgoaieto-Lexington-; tU?sr<sdL "*?*>*" bsnjSbasrf or smoB? j i ;oi: ca Tjaur^ I*!* ? **" . I ? :tv* ai At* The residence...

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 May 1873

HOEENEAL. MARRIED,, on Sunday morning, May ISth, 1873, by Rev, W. P. Martin, at the residence of the* bride's mother, Mr. MARSHAL B. GAINES and Miss LOUTETIA EMALINE, eldest daughter, of Mrs. E. Caroline Mattison, all of CalhouriJ Anderson County, S. C By the same, May 22, 1S73, at the residence of the bride's father, in Cireonville County, Mr. GEORGE W. CLEMENT, of Anderson County, and Miss cyntha, daughter of Rev. K. Vaughn. SPECIAL NOTICES. The Gem of the Toilet The world' says is Sozodony. It renders the teeth pearly white, j?tcs to the broaUi a fragrant odor, es?nguishinir Ute ill-hutaors which usu? ally ilow front a badiUKl neglected set of teeth. iSozouoxv is so -coevenient, tuid produces a sen? sation at once so delightful, that it anakes it a pleasure to use it. ..**. k7L ? ?:?~ > "Ji Spaldina'stSlue will mend your ways. . .OxOSSarssatsi Pattbus? :&Lckfbs and C?wjikt MAKJsmvWill take notice that P. P. TftaTeV of-Vharlestoh; bias oh haiidrimd'for sale White l*h*e?f tf...

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 May 1873

^ntara JnteUigenar. Bates of Subscription. Single copies for one vcar - - - $2JX> " ?? " six months- - - 1.00 pies-for ono year, $20,00, and an extra rsonr making up tie clnb. .... copies for one year, $37.50,"and an extra copy to person; makifgup tine club. Filly copies foe ono year, $75.00, and an. extra ccny to person making up the club. One hundred copies Tor one year?$I00u80, and a premium of Five Dollars to person making np the cub. The clubs of ten arid twenty will bo sent to any address. Clubs of fifty and upwards sent to a single address only Subscriptions wilL not be received; foe a less frftlcX} ntan Six months. T.Ffcympnt !nvevery case to be mado in-advance, and wie names-of subscribers will bo stricken from: the books when- the tiiuae paid, for has ex-1 pirod. * ft ftp Bates of Advertising. Advertisaaaents wdlL be inserted at the rate Of One Dollar per square for the tint insertion,. I and Fifty Cents per square for each subsequent I insertion, less than, three month...

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 June 1873

HOYT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON 0. H., S. O., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1873. VOLUME Vni.?NO. 48. From the Petersburg Appeal. Fools. We are aware that this is a very prolific and very extensive subject, and in order to do jus? tice to it, we would have to fill every column of this paper for many, many days. But it is not of fools in general that we now propose to treat, but of political fools. Aud to narrow down the subject to its most contracted limits for our present purposes, and to be entirely specific we would say, that we propose to write t>i Conservative political fools alone. Now we have often heard of, and in fact, met with men whose professions and politics stamped them as the most genuine Southern men and Con? servatives, who announce boldly, that they will never vote or touch politics, "until the country comes hack to its proper condition, and the present state of affairs is changed for the bet? ter." That is to say, that they, are much purer and better than ord...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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