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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 November 1865

''Proceed *with Thy Elephant." In Columbiapa. County, resides an old fellow renowned for his belligerent uispp-. sitioh, who is "generally known as Friend . Sharer. Born and bred a Quaker, ho was long since read out of "mee ting on account of his quarrelsome propensities^ but he still pertinaciously clings. to ,tho plain clothes and plain- language of his early days,- possibly; as'a protection against the wrath which he is "continually provoking by his ovorjbeaiing.and irritating defno^if or. He-has always the crossost dog in the. neighborhood, the most troublesomey breechy steers', &c, and is continually, in hot water with, some of his- neighbors in * consequence of the'deprodations commit? ted'by his unruly live "stock. A few weeks since, Van, Amburg-s Menagerie, traveling through Columbiana, was ob? liged; to pass his residence. A.. .little, bo-.i fore- daylight, Nash, ? the ? keeper ?f the cldphaitf Tippoo Saib, as he was.passing over the road with his elephant," diseovcr * ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 23 November 1865

The iiitellig-eiiGer IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THREE DOLLARS TER ANNUM, ' . IX U. S. CURRENCY, ?. . OB, 82.00 A YEAR IN SPECIE. RATES OF ADVERTISING. - ? Advertisements inserted at the-rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for the first insertion aa? Fifty Cents for each suhscqucnt insertion. Obituaries and Marriago Notices charged for at (hose rates. ? NEW STOCK OF SGQDS ?Tust. "Received AT NO. 9 GRANITE ROW. THE subscriber announces to the. community that there is now ?pen, at the old store of M. Lesser, an' . excellent and varied ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, Comprising in part- tho following jftti clcs i ?* ? calicoes, ginghams, flan? nels. bleached goods, alpacca, brilliantes,* linens, cassimeres, shirking and sheeting, hoop skirts; ? .ladies &-gents shoes, boots, hats, tobacco and cigars, cotton yarn and cotton cards, ? . . combs, brushes, needles, pins, -buttons, thread, hooks & eyes, * . '* 4 coffee, sugar, <fcc, And in fact a general assortment, equal to any - tha...

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. — 23 November 1865

.- :Sntem Intelligenter. *rar?|tsi>at mobiotg, nov. 23, isss. co ?bt of appeals. The Court ?f Appeals will reeet in Columbia on next' Monday, 27th instant. : ? - ? ? -O-^-:-? Bggr* Tho members of Hiram Lodge, No. 68j' ; A*3F, M., will bear in ?ri?d Uiat at tbc next rcgu -*liur?*^Wcnt??n, on the night of the 4*h'of De? cember,. the annual election for officers will lake place. 'Companions of Burning -Bush C^nP-er> No: 7, R. A, M., aro likewise reminded.th?t a sim? ilar election will be held atlBVnext regular *con ."rSrocation, oh the.. 11th proximo. It is desirable thai there should bo-a full attendance on both oc? casions. . . new ADVERTISEMENTS. - We inTito attention to the following new adver? tisements in this issue: ' &. Hyde?rNew Goods and Removal. . . :E> Daly, Charleston?Shoe Business. _ J. Ur'Smith?Administrator's Sale. IIf*nry Ww^MIht?*I??{?i> nf Knln-" llorbert Hammond, Ordinary?Citations. J. B. MeGee?Sheriff's Sales for December. Hi B. Major?Administrator'...

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. — 30 November 1865

BY HOYT & HUMPHREYS. ANDERSON C. H., S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1865. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 24. From the New York Mercury. The Black Bird. Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondeted, weak and weary. O'er the war of tho rebellion, and the - things that were before?-' While I sat absorbed in thinking?brandy cock? tails slowly drinking, Suddenly I saw a blinking, one-eyed figure at my door? *?-?? - Saw a' one-eyed, winking, blinking figure at my chamber door, Standing there, and nothing more. Ah I I never shall forget it, how in glancing round I met it, And I ever shall regret it, that I looked toward that doer; For I saw a monstrous figure, like a giant, only bigger, And there stood a big buck nigger, leaning up against my door? ? Stood a powerful big buck nigger, with his back against my door? Leaning there, and nothing more. Straight into the fire-place spying, where my bam and eggs were frying, I beheld the poker lying, near the hearth, upon the floor; Then with most d...

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. — 30 November 1865

ftjjc ^nkrscit Intelligenter. THTJSSDAY SOxtNim NOV. 30, 1865. ^jf?" Reading .Matter 'on .Every PageT -1???:-?? With this issue wo present the readers of the Intelligencer with tho double sheet which has been promised for same tiuio past. Untoward circum? stances beyond our control have forced the issue of a half-sheet ever since we made that promise, and the reader can hardly foci as much gratification al tho present appearance of tho Ijilelllgcncer as our* selves. .In sending forth this complete and proper size, it is a fitting occasion to impress upon the minds of the patrons one or two interesting facts. To begin with, then, thore are scores who will read this number whose times have expired, but they nre, perhaps unconscious of ttic ?*ct.- Being in- J debted for the pi -sent, (and many for the past,) it is incumbent upon each subscriber to examine into the case in,order to receivo the paper in the future. ? Knowing the scarcity of money in the country, and the ?reat desire for ...

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. — 30 November 1865

> . Latest News from the North. There are no reports of any additional cholera cases among the steamship Atlan? ta's passengers. The steamship Twilight, which deft New 'York for Wilmington, N- C.,-on Saturday ""week, with thirty-five passengers and a ynluablo cargo, was wrecked near the mouth of Capo'Fear river, and will bo a total loss. Tho passengers and crew were 'saved. The late Confederate Attorney General, 'George Davis, wbo arrived in New York under " guard on the previous day from ?Key West, on board the government sup .ply steamer Memphis, was on'Friday, in accordance with orders from Washington, sent to Fort Lafayette. A. Virginia cap-respondent ol the "iVa 'tional intelligencer says: Messrs.. Custisj \ "Chandler, Bidgwtly, Barbour, Davis and Hodge, elected to Congress Ifroru that* State, will take tho test oath without 'scruple." Of tho other two, Messrs. Stu? art and Conrad,_he adds: "Whether able ?or not to tako the oath, they present the best antecedents." Tito Feni...

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. — 30 November 1865

gtisdlaiumf) Ilching. From the New York Citizen. AU "About the Fashions. We >lc'arn-by foreign papers that in France the rage forrod hair still contin? ues unabated, and' that even the most beautiful women, -with luxuriant masses of black or brown tresses persevero in dyeing. "Wo are fully convinced it is tfot at all absui'd to imagine a person Beauti? ful even after understanding that her head bears a close resemblance to the fa?led Storch of love;" for the exquisitely fair complexion that always accompanies hair of this color js, of itself, almost sufficient to counterbalance any or all other defects. But a bruuetto, though very attractive, perhaps irresistibly charming, with black, .glossy bands brushed smoothly buck from her intellectual though olivo brow, would, - we should say, convert herself into a pos? itive fright by changing those ebon locks :to red. '.Yet occurrences of this kind are by no means rare. Muny, in their great desire to be fashionable1; rush to thoir hair-...

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. — 7 December 1865

%\x Inbeprnbcnt Jfanulg 8baraiil-?tbflteb to folifits, -fttfos, penfure, #c. EY HOYT & HUMPHREYS. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1865. ' VOLUME 1 .?NUMBER 25. The Burial of Latane. BY J. It. THOMPSON. The next squadron moved to the front under the lamented dipt. Latane, making a most bril? liant and successful charge with drawn sabres up? on the enemy's picked ground, and, after a hotly contested hand-to-hand conflict, put him to flight, but not till the gallant Captain had sealed his ile Totion to his native soil with his blood.?Ojjicial Rtport of the FamLiiluy Expedition: Gen. J. B. Stuart, C. S. A. Lieut. Latane carried his brother's dead body to Mrs. Brockcnbroug'a's plantation, an hour or two after his death. On this sad and lonely errand he met a party of Yankees, who followed him to Mrs. Brockenbrough's gate, and stopping there told him that as soon as he had placed his brother's dead body in friendly hands, he must surrender himself n prisoner. *****...

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. — 7 December 1865

Items from our f?cjpngcs. The New York Post's Washington cor? respondent says: "Prominent Republi? cans who have had interviews with the President within a few days, assert confi? dently that he agrees with the average sentiment of Congress upon the subject of reconstruction. At a cabinet meeting held on Friday last, the President ex? pressed himself in strong terms of disap? probation of tho South, because of its apparent refusal to accept the terms of reconstruction held out. The defeat of all Union candidates, and the nomination of the worst rebels to office, ho regards as indicating anything but a loyal spirit, and while the late rebellious South re? mains in this dangerous mood, tho troops will not be withdrawn." A citizen of "Wilson county, Tennessee, hired a substitute in tho Confederate ar? my, who served as such through the war. The hirer agreed, in writing, to convey to the substitute a tract of land, for which suit was brought. Chancellor Steele, of Tennessee, has annulle...

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. — 7 December 1865

PROSPECTUS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA BAPTIST. THE undersigned has determined early in Janua? ry, 18C6, to commence the publication of a weekly Religious Journal, at Anderson C. H., S. C, to be entitled THE SOUTH CAROLINA BAPTIST. It will be the first great aim of THE SOUTH CAROLINA BAPTIST to convey the general news in relation to the Denomination at largo, thereby rendering it an interesting and attractive compan? ion iu every Baptist family. No oxpensc or effort wiU be spared to secure the earliest und most reli? able information of the important and interesting workings of Baptist Churches in gcnoral, together with the operation of our Missionary Boards, and every benevolent institution and enterprise of the day. Therefore, while THE SOUTn CAROLiNA BAPTIST will be strictly Denominational, "ear? nestly contending for the faith once delivered to the Saints," zealously contending for the Truth, and combatting error and superstitution in every form in which they present themselves, yet t...

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. — 7 December 1865

Tlie Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM, nr U. S. GURREXCY, OB, $2.00 A YEAR IN SPECIE. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for the first insertion nnd Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and Marringo Notices charged for at these rates. Mied. The Inauguration, Provisional Governor Perry took a for? mal leave of tho General Assembly yes? terday, just before the inauguration of Governor Orr, the newly elected Constitu? tional Governor, and the first Executive over elected by the people of the Stato. The ceremonies of the occasion wore at? tended by a largo assemblage of ladies and gontleinon. Governor Perry, in his chaste and ap? propriate farowell address, pays a high compliment to tho -wisdom of the people in their present state of transition, and a well merited tribute to the gallantry of the sons in ths recent struggle for what they honestly believed to be their rights. He...

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. — 14 December 1865

|lit Inkpcnbmt Jtuiiilg Sranml-gtioto to fditte, Htfos, Ptrata, tfc. BY HOYT & HUMPHREYS. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, TliURSD'.Y MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 18(35. VOLUME 1.-NUMBER 26. Ilie Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THREE DOLLARS PER A1YSV1S., IN U. S. CURRENCY, OIL 53.00 A YEAR IN SPECIE. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at <li? ?at-ns of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for tlio first insertion aad Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and Marriage Notices charged for at these rates. Inaugural Address of Gov. Orr. Gentlemen of the Senate and Hozi?c of Representatives: The Constitution of South Carolina re? quires that the oath of office of the Gov? ernor shall bo taken in your presence ; and immemorial usage requires him to make, on such occasion, a brief exposi? tion of the principles which -will control his administration. Tho high honor conferred on me by a majority of my fcllow-citi'zcus, >n choos? ing me their first Governor under ...

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. — 14 December 1865

{Concluded from First Page.) J general government appeared to have ex- \ haustcd itself. The United States had recovorcd possession of their forts and ar? senals; and their armies were in tho oc? cupation of ovory Stato "which had at tcmptod-to^cedo. Whether tho terri? tory -within tho limits of thoso States should be held as conquered territory, j undor military authority emanating from tho President as the head of the army, j was the first question that presented itself for decision. MILITARY -GOVERNMENTS. Now, military governments, established for an indefinite period, would havo of? fered no security for the early suppres? sion of discontent; would havo divided ? tho people into the vanquishers and the vanquished; and would havo envenomed hatred, rathor than havo restored affec? tion. Once established, no procise limit to thoir continuance was conceivable.? They would havo occasioned an incalcu? lable and exhausting exponsc. Peaceful emigration to and from that portion of the 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. — 14 December 1865

F'oi* Sale. ONE NINETY-SIX GALLON STILL, with stands or tubs attached. Terms reasonable. Apply to JOHN B. MOORE, Anderson C. H. Doc 14, 1865 26_ PIANO TOTING. ALL orders left with Clark & White, No. 7, Granite Row, will be promptly atten? ded to by tho undersigned. T. WILDMAN. Doc 14,18G5_26_3_ Almanac for 1866. ELFORD'S INTERNAL REV? ENUE GUIDE For sale by GEO. W. FANT, Post Office. . Doc 14,18G5_26_ Wanted to Sire* FOR the year 18CG, a Negro Man and Woman? husband and wife preferred?the man to do gene? ral out-door work, and tlic woman to cook, wash and iron for a family. Liberal wages will be paid, and board and lodgings furnished. None need ap? ply unless they are willing To work faithfully, and tean bring satisfactory references from former 'owners. Apply at this office. Dec 14, 18(55 20 For Sale or Rent. WILL be sold at private sale, or rented for the en? suing year, the House and Lot, Bituatcd in Ander? son Tillage, and now occupied by Julius Mathies *en, containing six R...

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. — 14 December 1865

^(ccfcb |]arfrn. ^ ' From the Abbeville Freu. The Hog Question, TJog??or no hog? that is the question ; Whether 'tis belter for this town to suffer The nightly thefts of these outrageous niggers Or to take arms 'gainst these hog-skinning villains, Anil, by opposing, end them ? To pen your hogs Won't do ! To go to sleep and say, you end The question, and escape the killing shocks Hog's flesh is heir to, would be a boon Devoutly to be wished. To sleep of nights Perchance to dream?of sausages, ah! there's the rub I For while you dream, some big black nigger comes And shuffles oil* your very fattest hog In his huge paws 1 There's the respect That n:akcs nalnmitmisthia villap;?? life ! __ For iri-.?-r-iJcni l? S6e his pork and souse [hd sausages thus vanish like a dream ? This mighty wrong of emptied pig-pens ! Hom'ny dryr and buscuits sborten'd nercr! These stomach-pangs prospective which await us, This insolenco of niggers greased and fat With our own stolen porkers! and who spurn Tho ...

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. — 21 December 1865

BY HOYT & HUMPHREYS. ^ANDERSON C. IL, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, 1865. VOLUME 1.-NUMBER 27. ' The Intelligencer' ''IS'PUBLISHED TVEEEXY <? (tt T&EEE D?ELAHS PEE ANKUM, IN U. S. CURRENCY, r0B, 52.00 A YEAS IN SPECIE. HATES OF ADVERTISING. I Advertisements inserted at tlio. rafps of One Dol ' lar por square of Wclve iines for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion, j Obituaries and Marriage Notices charged for'at . these rates. ^Department Reports. Last week we published the President's message, and to-day we give the sub? stance of the most interesting depart 'ment reports: . REPORT OP TUE SECRETARY OF WAR. Mr. Stan ton reports. that the military 'operations by the'last Congross amounted ;to tho sum of $510.240,131. The military ''estimates for tho next fiscal year amount 'to $38.814,561.83. The'national military force on the 1st of May, 1805, numbered 1,000,516 iron. It is proposed to reduce the military - establishment to 50,000 troop...

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. — 21 December 1865

|fcnts fr?nt i fjnr fetfj;vitufs> Washington, 1 Decomber 14.?-In' the United States Senato this morning, Mr. Foote offered the usual resolutions of re? spect on the death of the late Senator Collamer, of'Vermont, arid sovcral other Senators joined in paying a tribute of re? spect to the memory of the deceased. The following are tho Committee ap? pointed by the House to take into coneidr oration tho condition of the so-called Cbn federato^States: Messrs. Washburne, Mor rell, Gride, Bingham, Conc'kling, Bout- ] well, Blow-and Rogers. The House resolved that all papers*) which may be ofTerod upon the.condition of tho so-called Confederacy, bo.^referred without debate. jKo members shall -be admitted from any State or States until Congress^ shall declare such States, or either of them, en? titled to representation. Official? information received ' at the Stated Department announacd ' that' Ore? gon '^has - ratified - tho > Constitutional Amendment. Millegeville, December 14.?Govor?...

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. — 21 December 1865

AUCTION SALES. J. B. McGEE, Auctioneer IF not disposed of at private sale. J.vrill. ofTcr the following Property at public outcry'on Faleday in January next, to wit : 1 loi Glassware, '; I " Crockery, .1 ." Pot.ware and Cooking Utensils, - 1 New.Carpet, ' 1 Roll Matting, 1 lot Salt, 1 fine double barrel Gun, 1 fine English Saddle, And other articles too numerous (o mention. ALSO, I will offer my ?OUSE and LOT, near.or oppo ; Bite the Methodist Church, one-half acre, more or \ less. On the premises is a good Brick House, '-'frith six rooms, and all necessary out-buildings. Terms Cash. GEORGE MANSFIELD. . Dec 7, 1SG5_25_3 Sheriff s Sale.* , BY order of various writs of Fiera Facias <o me directed, I will expose, to sale ou Saleday in Jnn , uary next, 1SG6, within the usual hours of sulc, , One Tract of Land,'-known as the McFeo place, containing one hundred and twenty-five acres, more or less, bounded by lands- of E. .T. Coolcy, Mrs. R. McFall, and others... Also., one ether Tract ...

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