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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 18 September 1860

grilling jSIifttj} of jforhr fife. fm i?iii ntnr. The fol]k>wing incident of wild life in America will bo read with interest. It lias all the excitemont of romance about ic. A party of adventurers having fallen on the stores of a body of Indians, deter? mined to partake of the provisions they had found. In the field on the bank of 'ii.t river they kindled a fire for the pur? pose of cooking those, and were about, in lue*lan?rua?;c of Dale, the leader of the parly, u to make use of the 'brilcd' bones and hot ashcake," when they were star? tled by the discharge of several rifles, and the sudden war-whoops of some twen? ty-five or thirty Indians, who came rush? ing towards them from three sides of the field. Dale's party immediately seized their rifles, and being too few to oppose the force of the enemy, clashed down the second or upper bank of the river, and took post among the trees, whence they kept in check the approach of the savages. By this time the canoes had conveyed .all b...

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. — 18 September 1860

Extract. Wo extract the following from the let? ter of Hon J. F. Marshall, to his constit? uents in Abbeville, in response to queries heretofore noticed. We. have not room for the whole letter: "I ask in the name of common sense, is there any more proof wanted by any Bane man as to what are the avowed pur? poses of the- Black Republican party. But, says the Union shriekers, we will wnit for the overt act. Time enough yet to talk about dissolving this Union, when Congress passes a law abolishing slavery in the Territories, or in the District of Columbia, or in the Forts and Arsenals ? of the slave States, or attempt to inter? dict the slave trade between the slave States. Tou will never see these overt acts put into law. The leaders of the Black Republican party are shrewd and cunning men. They know full well, that were they to attempt such direct legisla? tion, the South would bo aroused from her supineness and lethargy, and would to a man resist such assaults upon their property. N...

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. — 18 September 1860

News ' STjt?imaa.*y. Mary Ann Loomis, charged with steal? ing, fell and was killed, in Cincinati, While attempting to escape from the Police Court room by means of the lightning rod. Hobbs, the man who gained such exten? sive notoriety by picking locks at the Great Exhibition in London in 1S51, has disposed of his establishment in that city and is to return to Boston this fall. General Cass has recently presented a methodist society of Detroit, Michigan, three lots of land, on which they willerect a church this season. Tbc land is said to "he worth $3,000. A letter from Henderson, Texas, gives a list of the sufferers by the recent fire there, making a clear loss of upwards of ?200,000 over insurance. One hundred and twenty bottles of strychnine were found in possession of the slaves. It is estimated that the reception of His Eoyal Highness, tbo Prince of Wales, will cost the Provincial Government of the Canadas no less a sum than $1,000,000, independent of the vast amounts spent by ...

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. — 18 September 1860

Sir John Franklin. Sir John Franklin was born at Spilsby, in Lincolnshire, England, in 1786. At an early age of fourteen he entered the royal navy as midshipman. Wo next hear of him embarking on a voyage of discovery to New Holland, on board the Investiga? tor, commanded by Captain Flinders. During this voyage he was wrecked on the east coast of that island, where ho re? mained with the crew for eight weeks, when they were relieved by a vessel from Port Jackson. Mr. Franklin next proceeded to Canton, and on returning from tlience tovEngland, he was assigned the station of flag-mid ?hipman onboard the Bellerophon. He was on this vessel during Nelson's victory of Trafalgar, and distinguished himself for - skill and bravery. In October, 1807, he was placed on board the Bedford, in which ship he remained nearly eight years, cm ployed on the Brazil, North Sea, and West Indian stations. In 1818, Lieutenant Franklin was given the command of the Trent, on a voyage of discoveiy to the Polar ...

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. — 25 September 1860

%u Interesting ?forj. iLN~N"IE LEE. CHAPTER I. There was a certain rich man who had two children, a son and a daughter, both of whom he loved passing well. But the rich man was vain of his riches and proud of his consequence; and hid Iiis love deep in his own heart, for he said to himself, " If my children know how much I love them, they will become fro ward and dis? obedient/' S" he neither took them into his confi? dence, nor bestowed upon them his cares? ses; but hooded up his thoughts, and dwelt in cloistral loneliness of spirit like an an? cient monk. Now the name of this rich, proud man was Samuel Lee. And the boy Philip grew to manhood; quick and passionate, and self-willed, yet With the tender and true heart of his dead mother. And the girl Annie also grew in years and stature; but she was over mild and gentle, and sang to herself snatches of sweet songs, in a low voice, and made sun ?hinc wherever she went. Now, there was a neighbor near by, John Walton by name, with whom 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. — 25 September 1860

IIo?s.?"We hear the inquiry made ev? ery day as to the probable number and prico of hogs in this State the approach? ing season, and from the best information we are able to get, from those best posted on the subject, we are led to believe there will be less pork, and the prices higher, than we have had for the last ten years. This is owing to several causes: First, the failure of our corn crop for several years Secondly, the cholera has made such de? struction among the hogs that farmers aro discouraged from attempting to rai.se them. Besides the discrimination against our farmers, by the railroads in this coun? try, in tho transportation of their pro? visions, and breadstuff's, and in favor of distant sections, all contribute to discour? age the further raising of hogs for mar? ket. Our neighbors of Georgia, South Caro? lina, and Alabama, who have heretofore been dependent on this Stato for their pork, must look out for some other mar? ket the present season. If they have, then, t...

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 September 1860

Vice Eegent for South Carolina. We noticed in our previous number the appointment of Mrs. Mary Chesnut as Vice Eegent for South Carolina. Since then, some few facts in reference to this venerable and interesting lady have come to our knowledge, which will, we doubt not, interest our readers. Mrs. Chesnut was the daughter of Col. John Cox, of the Quarter Master's De? partment in the Revolutionary Army, and of Miss Boes, (we are not positive that we spell it correctly.) of New York. For some years previous to the Revolu? tion, Col. Cox was a merchant residing in Philadelphia. About the time of the war, he removed to a beautiful country-seat on the Delaware, near Trenton, called Blbomsbury; but his health failing, in 1790 he returned to Philadelphia, where he died in 1793. He was always esteem? ed as a patriot and man of integrity and courage; he was a friend of Gen. Wash? ington's, and in habit of frequent social intercourse with him. Although for six? ty-three years a resident of Sou...

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 September 1860

political From the Richmond Enquirer. The Effect of Douglas' Coercion Doctrine at the South. Tho excitement at the South has been greatly increased by the bloody coercion doctrine enunciated by Douglas in his re? cent speeches : A Protest.?Tho undesigned, citizens of the Southern States, accidentally as? sembled at the White Sulphur Springs, have read with much surprise the speech of Judge Douglas, recently delivered at Norfolk, and being many of them too re? mote from ther homes, to take part in any public expression of opinion there, deem it due to themselves to make known in this manner their dissent from its doc? trines. In his address, Mr. Douglas declares that if the Southern States (not a part but all) shall secede from tho Union, upon tho inauguration of Abraham Lincoln, it will bo the duty of the President of tho Uni? ted Statos, who, in tho caso supposed, will be Lincoln, by arms to punish or subdue them, and that ho will counsel him to do, and aid him to do so by all the ...

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. — 4 October 1860

'FORTUNES OF A COUNTRY GIRL. One- day, I trill not say how many years ago, for I intend to be very rnyste rious for a time with my readers?a young woman stepped from a country wagon which had just arrived at the yard gate of the famous Chelsea Inn, Goat and Com? passes, a name formed by corrupting the pious original. "God encompasses us." The young woman seemed about the age of eighteen, and was decently dressed, though in the plainest rustic fashion of the times. She was well formed and well looking, both form and look giving indi? cations of the ruddy health consequent upon exposure to the sun and air in the country. After.stepping from the wag? on, which the driver immediately led into a court yard, the girl stopped lor a mo? ment in apparent uncertainty whither to go, when the mistress of the inn. who had come to the door, observed her hesitation, and asked her to enter and take rest. Tbe young woman readily obeyed the in? vitation, and soon, by the kindness of the landlady, lbu...

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. — 4 October 1860

Hon. L. M. Keitt. This gentleman has positively ^~imed are-election to Cougress. m:a lengthy letter to his constituents, he/defines his " position upon public affairs* We copy tho concluding paragraphs: In conclusion, I may bo permitted to "^Da^-jjrii^ At-not. support Mr. Breckin zidge because I believe himto bo a disun ionist. He is a Union nan. On the question of the Union. I ?ffer from him as widely as from Mr. Bell. I support ? hiin because I agree wili him more nearly on tho principles on vhich tho Govern? ment should be admiuiiercd. I shall be for disunion if Lincolcis elected, because then Mr. Buchanan yUI be the last of tho Constitutional Prcsacnts. Despite the ?rancor of parties, tie bitterness of faction, and the slander of enemies, Mr. Buchan? an's Administrate has been pure and upright. Loyal 0 the Constitution, and true to tho Repuflic; a statesman at home, and an America President in his inter? course with forign nations, ho, with his Cabinet, will lcivc to tho world a...

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. — 4 October 1860

& hundred aud fifty millions of dull it s, with a mere handful for an army, with a small Navy, and a commerce struggling for existence. Now, her ships of commerce and war, bot It are studding the Witters of the whole world, and her influence is equal, if not superior throughout this globe to any other nation; aud that influence was not gained, nor is it held by the bayonet, but purely by the importance of her commerce. Our Navy is respectable in size, and invincible in prowess, and should occasion require it, could in a few months be augmented to hundreds of the best war vessels if the world; while our Army could, by the cfii oncy of our militia system, in six mont hs be aug? mented to half million well disciplined troops. During this century we have more than doubled ?>ur number of States, and extended our territory ;o over six times the amount we then held. From four or five millions of inhabitants, we have in? creased to over thirty millions ; and if our Gov? ernment conti...

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. — 4 October 1860

From the Washington Constitution. The North the Aggressor?The South on the Defensive. Tlx? enemies of Southern institutions are accustomed to deride Southern states mon on,*ho alleged ground that they cherish f. movuiS feting on the subject of slavery. From the rampant Abolitionist to the wily Froe^olier. 'ho stereotyped ac ensation against the South is, that its loaders thrust tho slavery issue where there is no necessity for its presence. ? The oncroachments of the South" is the test from which revcrond agitators wock ly preach. Mr. Seward delivers lay dis? courses upon the same theme. The New York Tribune affects anxiety for deliver? ance from the monotonous dispute. Mr. Bell's party seek to conceal their Know Nothingism under the same pretence. And Mr. Douglas, since he left the Demo? cratic party to consort with disappointed office-seekers aud unti-slavery fanatics, starts in every speech from the same point. The great recommendation of Squatter Sovereignty, if he- is to be bel...

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. — 18 October 1860

I From the PcnUnular Gazette. Flirtation. This is emphatically" the ago of flirta? tion. Marriage has become an institution 1.00 old fashioned for anybody to patron? ize. The demand for white kid 'doves has diminished, and lho milliner's chance for selling that lovely bridal hat. has "grown small by 'degrees and beautifully less." Well, we will .now ask who is '.<> be blamed. Nol ?ja^Jtuv^ganty?ungman j Ussome dedaimei-s* would have us belioVc. . No indeed, the .sin ruu>i rest upon the shoulders of female flirts. Now this is a bold, assertion 1 know. Und I imagine now, that I can almost see some half-dozen young ladies sharpening their wits and pens to take me down for saying so, and 1 guess that their argu? ments will be, that men are more prone to this evil than women. "Well, suppose we do flirt, and I own that we do; we have learned it from such as you. No true man is a flirt until dis? appointment makes him one, and then loosing all faith in every thing, he un? wisely ^...

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. — 18 October 1860

OFFICIAL RETURN OF THE ELECTION IN THIS DISTRICT, OCTOBER, I860. LEGISLATURE. TAX COLLECTOU. BOXES. Anderson C. H., Pendleton, Hay nie'3, _ Craytonville, Shevard's, Greenwood, Bozemnn's, White Plains, Townville, Storeville, Ccntrevillc, Andersonvillc, Williamston, Honca Path, Stantonville, Howard's, Calhoun, McOlinton's, Orrville, Douthit's, - Brown's Muster Ground, Beltoa, Evergreen, Minton's, 701115 102 67 02 119 102 24 42 51 06 20 113 87 ! 33 j 61 j 37 50 24 ; 111 i 44 j 111 20 17: 654 139 56 83 83 60 39 22 48 54 50 17 77 73 33 54 28 41 15 61 31 72 17 18 601 137 47 59 90 74 01 19 87 38 47 23 94 62 20 43 35 47 11 66 29 71 19 18 * 4 Pi 4 133 30 8;; 101 67 35 11 4S 48 22 17 82 68 9 41 29 35 i 14 82 34 69 16 13 501] 360 in| 35 26 40 89 80 211 60 20 20 20 7 00 34 29 46 14 23 19 103 26 66 3 11 3671 15 32j 46 22 l5| 4i 161 9 24 22 U 58 54 2:i 12 24! 18 14: 34; 11 85; 7| 9! 2164|49||l825jl724|1615|1324:ll7Ij 936| 319| 30 26 32 67 22 31 26 1 23 31 8 39 9 o 57 1 41 11 41 13 40| lul 167 35 ...

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. — 18 October 1860

Institute Ilall. at Norfolk, Va.. has been sold fox- $3750 to a-German congregation, who Avill make a church of it. . Senator Seward has completed his Wes? tern stumping tour, and has returned to his home in Auburn. Sew York. The police of Memphis, Tonn., appeared in uniform on the 5th inst. CLOTHING. TUE subscribers Imvc a large Stock of Ready-Made Clothing, coxsistixu ok COATS.. PAKTS AND VESTS, "Whieb they will close out at very LOW PRICES, iroiz cash, Or to punctual customers ON TIME. Call and examine our Stock before buying. Wc have also the celebrated GOLDEN' 1.151.1, SHIRTS. SLOAN & TOWERS. Oct. IS, 18C0 10 4t THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Z*Ctui*eiis JDiistx'ict, LN EGUI1Y. Henrietta Irby, et al., \ vs. > Bill for Partition. J. "W. Harrington, Adm'r., el a'. ) WILL DE SOLD, at Wilflasnston, in Anderson District, On Wednesday(flfc ~iIi tin.;, <-;" November next, the TRACT OF LAND described in the plcadilig.*, containing about 10-ncres, situated in the village of .Wil...

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. — 18 October 1860

Yankee Jewelry and Southern Gullibility. " I came through Lynn, Boston, etc., to the little manufacturing village called JST. E. Village, and learned something about making the bogus jewelry with which the country is flooded, either by pedlcrs or gift book enterpriso. One company is making ear-drops of a composition called oreide, which will sell for gold, but is not worth as much as brass. The other com? pany is mantifacturing gold chains out of German silver, brass, or oreide. The pro? cess of making was interesting to me, and may be to others. I'll give it: The links arc cut from wire or; plate, according to the kind of chain, and some? times soldered before putting into a chain, and sometimes afterward. After it is linked, it is drawn through a machine to even it?boiled in vitriol water to take off the scales caused by heating?drawn through a limbering machine, and dipped in acid, to clean it, after which it is dipped in a solution of pure silver, and finally dipped in gold colo...

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. — 25 October 1860

BY'FEATHERSTON & HOYT. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1860. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 11. ?tohrl aitb lirtets&j Storj. IN PETTICOATS. BY ? MOREST MAN. 'I couldn't think of such K thin et "Butj-ou must, my happiness depends upon it. Here, put on the thingumbobs, aud what'b his name." And my friend, Bob Styles, hcldlup be? fore my hesitant gaze, a suit of female ap phrel. His idea was that I should \per sonato his lady for ono day, to -.prevent ^anybody from suspecting. the truth? namely, that she had joined him in a run? away marriage party?until it should be too later,for interference ; that i?. until the minister should have tied the. knot be? tween them, that nothing but; a special act of the Legislature could untie. This scheme was hot actually so ab? surd as it appeared at first sight." . Maggie Lee was a tall, queenly woman, with al mosfca masculine air; and at that time I had OToryslight form, almost effeminate; so that,-in fact, there was really lit...

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 October 1860

I^kktfie Senate.'' ? The St. Louis/Bulletin says :l The pres? ent Domoerat&liiwjority in the^Senatecf? tho United States is*-sb larg% that tho un reflectin'g may be disposed to underrate tho importance of-t$rc late loss of two Sen afec^roia^aSialo of-Oregon, by a cor? rupt coalition between the Black Repub? licans and Douglas Freosqilers. But a otrrsory glance at the probable condition of parties :in tho Senate after .the 4th of March next, will satisfy any one that the Democratic .majority will bo so.smallas not to bo entirely reliable, and1 that, in a short time thereafter, th? Black Ecpubli cahs will probably havo control of the Sen - ate as well as the House of Rcpresenta1 tives. Alter the admission of Kansas, there will be sixty-eight1 Senators, of which thirty-five is a majority. At the begin? ning of the next Administration the dem? ocrats will have 'thirty Senators from the Southern States, and six from the North? ern, viz : one from New Jersey, one from Minnesota, tAV? ...

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 October 1860

ANDERSON PRI?!E&?URRENT, ^ Corrected weeliy "by England "fifBewley. BAGGING, ? BALE rqpe. B?GGIN(?jrwrNI], ADAMANTINE CANDLES, sperm CANDLES,. RIO COFFEE, java COFFEE, tea, RICE n. 0. SUGATV (C) COFFEE do. (B) do. do. (A) do. 'do.' * t CRUSHED do. * LOAF do. v K. O. MOLASSES,. WEST INDIA do. SALT, sack, $2 CASTJSTEEL, GERRTAN STEEL, BLISTER do. swede iron, ENGLISH do. BAND do. SHEET do. jMCASTINGS, P?NAILS, . RIFLE POWDER, $7 BLASTING do. $5 lead. SHOT, *# bag, $2 INDIGO, $1 MADDER. BLUE STONE, LINSEED OIL, $1 TRAIN do. WHITE LEAD, 25 lb kegs, $2 FRENCH GLASS, 8 X 10, 3 do. do. 10 X 12, 3 do. do. ? 12 * 14, 3 MACKEREL^ in kits, No. 8, do. * " " 2, do. " " 1, TOBACCO, YARN, $1 i SHIRTING, OSNABURGS, '' Country Produce. 25 45 18 20. GO ? 1.00 6J ? 7 II ? 12* III @ 12 12* 18"? 161 14 14 ? 15 G5 40 ? 45 !5 22 ? 25 14 ? 15 10 ? 121 Gl ? 7" 5?a OJ ?7" 9 ? 10 6J- ? 10 . 5 ?6} 00 ? 7 50 00 ? 5 50 9 ? 10 25 @ 2 50 50 20 1? ? 18 10 ?I 25 90 ? 1 00 50 ? 2 75 00 ? 8 25 80 ? 3 75 75 ? 4 00 $...

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 October 1860

ANDERSON PRICES'CURRENT, Corrected weekly by England "?TBewley. bagging, 17 bale rqpe. . 10 ?.12J baggincutwine, " ? 25 adamantine candles, 25 ? 80 sperm candles^ . 45 ? 50 rio coffee, 18 ? 20 java coffee, 50 tea, ? go ?1.00 rice, ; 0J@7 N. o. sugar, - ll ? m (C) coffee do. Hi ? 12 (b) do. do. 12? (a) do. 'do:' * 13? 131 crushed do. 14 loaf do. c 14 @ 15 K. o. molasses,. G5 west india do. 40 ?x 45 salt, "ft sack, $2 25 cas'fiSTEEL, 22 ?o5 german steel, 14 ? 15 blister do. 10 ? 12* swede iron, ' cj ? 7" english do. 5? U band do. 01 ? 7" sheet do. 9 ? in ]i?sfos' - mh rifle powder, $7 00 ?7 50 blasting do. $5 00 ? 5 50 lead,- 9 ? 10 shot, $bag, $2 25 ?2 50 indigo, $1 50 madder, . 20 blue STONE, 1C. ? 18 linseed oil, $1 10 ?i 25 train do. ; 90 ? 1 00 white lead, 25 lb kegs, $2 60 ? 2 75 french glass, 8 x 10, 3 00 ? 8 25 do. do. 10 x 12, 3 50 ? 3 75 do. do. ? 12 14, 3 75 ? 4 00 mackerel; in kits, No. 8, $3 25 do. * " " 2, 3 50 do. " "1, 3 75 tobacco, 25 ?50. yarn, $1. 10 ? 1 20 i shirti...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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