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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 1 February 1866

. THURSDAY MOBJfHfG,=f?S. 1, 18$& JAMES A. HOYj^*^1* Ti1op<fiinBnnicfttion over the abovo signature oromot receive an insertion in our columns, be? cause the real name of the writor is not given. In BS ixo Tnst-anoe are anonymous'articles admit ted. -;-?> MILITARY COMMISSION. The Military Commission appointed to investgate tho-charges against F. G. Stowers, of Georgia, and'EusiiA. W. Byrcm, Crawford Rets aDd Rodt. -?KE-fa, citizens of Anderson District, and to try them for the murder of three U. S. soldiers, on the night of the 8th of October last, at Brown's Ferry, commenced in Charlest on on the 19th day of Janu? ary. . Mr. Stowers was the first arraigned, and the trial is progressing. We have received the proceedings of four days of the trial, and hope in l he nest week's issue to give a summary of it. ???????? ANOTHER ALARM. The Kitchen of Mr. W. S.^E-EEse, whose resi? dence is on Hayne street, cau?Bt. fire on Sunday night last, from the negligence of servants. No gene...

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 February 1866

THE NEW YORK NEWS. Y, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY THE NEW YORK WEEKLY AND SJESMI-WEEKTY NEWS , ? GREAT ? FA3kJLELY NEWSPAPER: BENJAMIN WOOD, - Iditor and Propriotor. ?i Journals of Politics, Literature, Fashions, Mar? ket and Financial Reports, Interest iag Miscella ny, and News l'roin ALL PARTS OF TEE WORLD. IMPROVEMENTS INTRODUCED. Immense Circulation Determined On I THE LARG?ST, BEST, AND CHEAPEST PA? PERS PUBLISHED. IN NEW YORK. new york weekly news, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Single Copies, Fire Cents. One Copy, one year, $2 00 Tlfcree Copies, cue yer.r, 6 59 -FivoCopfcsi one year, 8 75 Ten Copies, one year, 17 00 ?And an extra copy to any Clubof Tea. Twenty Copies, one year, 30 00 The weekly News is sent to Clergymen at 1 60 semi-weekly news, PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AXD FRIDAYS. Single Copies,.one year, $4 00 Three Copies, one year, 10 00 Five Copies, one year, 15 00 Ten Copies, one yearv 30 00 ?And an extra copy to any Club of Ten. Twenty Copies, one year, 555 00 To Clergyman, 8 00 new...

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 February 1866

Stonewall Jackson. In this connection I will send a real poetic gem : * *jgw.eLof the first water. It is the heartfelt.trib mc of the soldfers who served irn?crhiro, to the most prominent features of their General's charac? ter. To say that his. men loved and worshipped him would bo'to faintly express the feelings which they entertained.toward him. There was not one that, would not have, died for him. Ue led them ^<-on forced marches, over ? horrible roads, and through tangled forests, and for distances that no .-dJBjtodern army ha3 ever equalled; and the result vrasBUTprise and victory. When the history of the late war is written GencralJackson will take his place among the greatest generals of modern times. These verses were found, stained with blood, in the breast of 'a dead soldier of tho old Stonewall Brigade, after ono of Jackson's bottles in the.-Sh9nandoah Valley: STONEWALL JACKSOJt'S WAT. Come men, stack arms! Pile "on ihe rails Stir up tho camp fire bright, No matter if...

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 February 1866

%n $ntopcnbtnt gmmk fourmtI--#fr0Wr io $?, frfus, fitaato, fa. BY JAMES A. KOYT. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1866. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 34. The Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THREE DOLLARS PER ASHUTSL, IN U. S. CURRENCY, OS, 32 00 A YEAR Iff SPECIE. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for the first insertion *nd Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and Marriage Notices charged for at these rates. Condition of Uncle Sam?For the Information of His Nephews and Nieces! "Pity the sorrows of a poor old man." There is nothing moro calculated to en? list tfae -tsympathies of the generous and tenderhearted than the terrible mental anxiety ot a poor old gray haired invalid nncle, who, lying on a bed of sickness, with his frame racked with torture, and his constitution shattered by a dire dis? ease ; has, in addition to all this, the most terrible mental forebodings, arising from the di...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 February 1866

IKLIT&BY TEIAL. We rprapes* m this issnc to givo a. snwmary ?o? the proceedings in tho case of Messrs. ^toweijs.,? Kxts and Brar/ar, now being tnedJ^eJSprff'Mili tary Commission in CharJUiatoTi. We omit tho order cbhvehingJiv'Commission. The^wfistfnaTS are defended by Mr- Bubt, of Ab? beville, and Gen. Conxer, of Charleston. ^The first one of the prisoners arraigned was Mr. F. G. Stowerf, of 'Georgia. The charges"against him are, 1st: Attacking with -arms, Forcing and overcoming a guard of thro military forces of the United States. Charge 2d. Murder. Charge 8d. Bobbery. We omit the specifications ur;der the different charges. Warren IIowell, a witness for the prosecution, being sworn, deposed : That on the 8th of October thero was a guard of three U. S. soldiers guarding cotton at Brown's Ferry, there were sixteen bales, it was brought there 'jy Crawford-Keys, on the Monday and Tues? day, previous to the 8th October. The guard was attacked en the night of the 8th of October by 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. — 8 February 1866

SCHOOL BOOKS, AT THE GREENVILLE BOOKSTORE, Next Door to Mansion House. -o THE largest and most varied Assortment of School Books ever opened in the up* country, consisting in part of The Scries of Classical Authors.. I&rknesar First and Second Latin Books, Harkness' Latin Grammar, Bullion's Latin Grammar, Andrej and Stoddard's Lat. Grammar, Keridrick'fl Greek Ollendorff, Kuhner's Greek Grammar, Fasquelle's French Course, " Telomaqne, PHendorfFs French Grammar, ?DeFiva's French Reader, Elementary French Reader, Classic Elementary Fronch Reader, Pinney's First French Book, "' Elementary French Book, First lessons in French, by Green, Sorenne's French Dictionary, Sneer's and Surenne's French and Eng? lish jPronoancing Dictionary, WiIson,s Primary History,* Jirflt Book of History, Parley's Common School History of iha World, Qqackenbos' United States, Primary United States, Frost's United States, Pinn?ck's History of England, " " "? France, ? " ? Greece, ? " ? t Rome, Sanders1 Picto...

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 February 1866

ideell IJGC?'jL Our Mission. If you cannot on tho ocean . So3 among the swiftest fleet ; Rocking ?n tho highest billows, Langhing at the storms yoa meet; - Ton can stand among tho sailors, Anchored yet within tho bay, You can lend a hand to help them, ? As they launch their boats away. If you aro too weak to journey, Up the mountains steep and high, You can stand within the valloy, "While the multitudes go by; Yon can chant in happy measure, As they slowly pass along, Though they may forgot the singer, They will not forget the song. If you have not gold and silver, ... Ever ready to command," If you cannot toward the needy Reach an ever open, hand, You can visit the affiicted, O'er the erring you can weep, You can be a true disciple, Sitting at the Saviour's feet If you cannot in the conflict Prove yourself a soldier true, If vrhero fire and smoko are thickest, There's no work for you to do; . When, tho battle field 13 silent, You can go with silent tread, You can bear away the woun...

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 February 1866

ifvrf ?V.K :??,??**'?? ?*.dSJ - fli? ;?:*? i-V ?:rftl MHK v," %n fititcpeitkitl jamilg Soarnnl-gtW t0 foEfits, ftos, fitoatot, #t. BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. H, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1866. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 35. The Intelligencer IS PUBLISnED WEEKLY AT . THREE DOLLARS !PES ASTFUM, m V. S. CURRENCY, OB^ ?8.00 A YEAR IK SPECIE. RATES OF ADVERTISING, ^Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelvo lines-for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries .anc^ Marriage Notices charged for at these rates. . : ! . j* gltscellane?us gating. New Basis of Representation. We noticed yesterday the bill passed by the House of Representatives of Con? gress, fixing a new basis of representa? tion. As a matter of interest, and /to place it on record, we subjoin; the pro? ceedings of the House on the occasion of its passage: Mr. Stevens, ft-om the Joint Committee on Reconstruction, to whom were re? ferred the joint resolution...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 February 1866

SOLITARY TRIAL. b o N TTN V KVyi tond Sfwrers (colored,) was tho next wit-' oeagcalled, who after Awing awoni, deposed : J THbat he formerly belonged to Mr. Stowers; that last October, and prior to that, for eighteen years his employment was boating?running boats on the fivwytftat og^he-^hrof-Ootober, the nigkt-of the-j murder, he was out hunting poultry, to take down on the boat to town, left homo on Saturday night, aawiU.returned about half after eleven on Sunday night.; when he returned home,, went .into .the kitcn'cn'an'd cat his supper";" and after he had cat L?SSTTpper; set by the fire some ten or fifteen min tttwrbSter"?j?fc the house, called up the-boss to get him to draw some brandy : he meant by boss tfefsnaii who formerly, owned him; Mr. Stowers was-at the time, in .his room, lying in his bed, and had nothing but his night clothes on?nothing but his drawers and shirt?barefooted; went to hijJ foom," called hira, told him wanted a quart of j Brandy, he said no more, but wen...

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 February 1866

Clxangr-e o? Scrliediilo onBlue ew - ' iR?dgo.?ailroaa #N a^afier Saturday rbc lOthdnst., tie Trains on tue Blue Ridge "Railroad will leave Anderson for^efrdloton and 'Walhalla, on Wednesdays and Saturdays,, after the arrival of the Groeaville & Columbia Railroad Truins. . ^ntleive Walhahn on Mondays at 2 o'clock, ?. m., connecting with the down Train of Green rille & Columbia Railroad; vmll Wave Walhalla on Wednesdays at 11 o'clock, afc??b? ff ?? : ^ ? ?W?l leave Walhalla on Saturdays at 11 o'clock, o""1"- ' W." If. D. GAILLARD, Superintendent B. R. R. R. The Columbia Phucnix and Charleston Courier will copy once a week for three weeks. *:Feb8, 18CC 34 Dr. R0BT. ?. HARRISy Surgeon Dentist, WJiiE travel and practice through the District ofj Anderson, and solicits a share of patronage. He has permission fo refer to the following gentle? men: Dr. M. B. Earle. Dr. J. H. Dean, Col. R. P. GoodletLand CoL W. Towncs, Greenville, The undersigned would respectfully recommend Rj AvHar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 February 1866

The Song of the Camp, A CRIMEAN IXCIES5T?-CT BAYAHD TATLOS. . The subjoined, touchingly, fceau?ful poem?-for it is a poem in the fullest sense and meaning of the term, was written by Bayard Taylor, while *be fortress of Sebastopol was beleaguered by the al? lied armies. To a full understanding and appre? ciation of it, let it be remembered that " Annie Laurie" is the song of tho British Camp, and whemer a British Regiment?whenever the simple Scotch air of " Maxwollon's banks are bonny; Where early falls the dews," &c, Is struck up?the heart nnd voice of every soldier responds as promptly as would their hands,' if the order was given to charge the enemy. THE INCIDENT. " Give us a song," the soldiers cried, The outer trenches guarding; ! When the heated guns of the camps a?ied, Grew weary of bombarding. . The dark Redan in silent scoff, Lay grim and thrashing under. And the tawny mound of the Malakoff No longer belched its thunder. - 5 : , ? ?? .-; .;?] There was a pause. The guar...

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 March 1866

Inkptnknt Jfanulu Conrrail?gtfedtb to f flKtics, lefos, gStoato, fo. BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1866. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 37. The Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THEEE DOLLARS PEE ABUTTM, IN TJ. S. CURRENCY, 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 and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and Marriage Notices charged for at these rates. ' political. Veto of the Bill to Amend Patrol . . Laws. The veto message of Governor Orr -will be found below, and we give it a place because it is the first veto message sent to the General Assembly under the new . Constitution. Under the Constitution of 1791 the Governor did not possess the veto power. As tho message was receiv? ed very late in the day preceding the ad? journment, it was not finally disposed of by- the Senate: State of South Carolina, Executive Department, Columb...

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 March 1866

MILITARY TBSAI. [CONTI a. I. ?:?<.] Fmr.i\u:v 19, i860. The following c?n?iiutiic;Ui..n ras |eaj?j?y {be Judge Advc-eafc, aud^'on his motion; ordered by the Commission to bo spread ens* the record of its proceodings: " V" > .Omen At-Tixc Jt t-ur. A t.-v-'-c. Chahiestos, S. G., February 15, I8G6 J LitUt. Col. A. J. lYillard, Jitihjc Adrocate Military ?w .' ''?,?>. Coloxki.?It. is the desire of the MnJoiSGe'ner?l commanding this Department that tlie Military Commission, of which yon are the Judg? Advocate/, '?should spread upon The Vrc-rd of its grScecTiings, lhatuo order prohibiting thc cunasrl f^r the t:c cuscd'froin having free access to'tiYc-rr client, while :4**x>?fin'einenr nt-the Ohnrkston Jail;Trnic?5 in the presence of an oiheer, Las eve;- emanated Anu the "Tbttft; orfrom these .headquarters. Very respect fully, your jRt sarvit, : ? JAMES 1'. UOY, M.'-jor Cth Im as: try, Acting Ju'dge" AtlvocaUSj Depr%rfineni of S. C. ? ' Dr. J. M. Pili-jl -.ivy, awilti-ss for t h...

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 March 1866

Military District Western South Ca-oiina, FOURTH SEPAR ATE BRIG DAB, ?? Cotrauu, S. C-, Feb. 11, lSt'.O. GENERA I ORDERS NO 8. TlHIfJollowing General Orders from the "War Department are rcpublishcd for the guidance of the Officers and mcu of this command, and tor the information of the inhabitants of this Military District : .' WAR DEPARTMENT, AnjUTAXT-GEXEnAi.'s Orncn. , , p Washiagtou, May 11, 36G.0t GENERAL ORDERS NO. 00. ^Jfyinishment of Guerrillas. " ' An the forces of the enemy. East of the Missis? sippi River, having been duly surrendered by their proper Commanding Officers, to th'? Armies of the United States, under agreements of parole and disbandment, and there being now no authorized troops of the enemy East of the Mississippi Riv? er, it Lj Ordered, That from and after the first day of June, 1865,. any and all persons found in arms r.gainst :<ho United States, or who may commit I acts of hostility against it, East of tlie Mississip? pi River, will bexegarded as Guerri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 1 March 1866

The following touching littlo pocm appeared some timo ago in the Metropolitan 'Record. It was written on seeing a regiment of paroled Confeder? ate prisoners pass along Broadway. Now York, en route for Richmond: Going Home. No flaunting banners o'er them wave, No arms flash back the sun's bright ray, No shouting crowdssironnd ihcm throng, No music cheers them on their way; They're going home. By adverse fate Compelled their trusty swords to sheath ; True soldiers they, even tho' disarmed? Heroes, tho' robbed &f victory's wreath. Brave Southerners! with sorrowing hearts, Wegaxe upon them through our tears, - And sadly fee! how vain were nil Their heroic deeds through weary years; Yet 'mid their enemies they move "With firm, bold step and dauntless mien; . Oh, liberty, in every age, Such have thy chosen companions been. Going home! Alas, to them the words Bring visions fraught with gloom and woe. Since last they saw those cherished homes The legions of the invading foe Hath swept,...

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 March 1866

BY JAMES- A. HOYT\ ANDERSON C. H., S. C? THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 8. 1866. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 38. The Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT TEHEE DOLLARS PER AKNTJJi, JN U. S. CURRENCY, OS, 52.00 A YEAS IS SPECIE. KATES OF ADVERTISING. Adrertisements inserted at tli? rates of One Dol? lar p ar square of twelve Hues for the first insertion *nd Fifty Gents for eaeh subsequent insertion. Obituaries and Marriage Notices charged for at these rates. MILITARY TRIAL, [continued.] TT EL E DEFENCE. Synopsis of Hon. Armistead Burl's Speech. After an eloquent exordium, in which he aiverted to the nature and character of ti e Court "before which the accused had been arrainged, and^expressed his regret thai the trial had not taken place in the vicinity of the place where the tragedy ihad been committed, and before a jury of ins jeers, he ?aids Tho chief and striking excellence 6? trial by jury consists in the knowledge of the parties and their witness by the jury, and their peculiar and admirable apt...

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 March 1866

JTEWS ITEMS. ? Tke^citisens of Colnmbus, Miss., arc about to er#st a inonuincut to. the memory of the soldiers from that city,, -who fell during the lato war.. A resolution has been introduced" in the Sen? ate, 'providing that a President shall' not be eligi? ble to fill ihe office for a second term. -T-' Ex-Governor Johnson, of Georgia, has gone to Washington to. urge on the President the with? drawal of the negro troops from that State. ? The late private Secretary of Jeff. Davis, Bur? ton If. Harrison, has gone to Georgia to accom? pany Mrs. Davis, to Canada on a visit to her chil ? The Sumter Watchman, of the 28th ult., announces tho death of Dr. Wiley J. McKain, who died on the 22d at Mcchanicsvillc, in that District, aged forty-seven years. ? The Philadelphia Age sustains President John son's action in vetoing-;the Freedmen's Bureau Bill. If it is to be a game of brag betwee n the Presidont and Congress, tho former must win hav? ing "the age." ? We arc pained to learn that gov...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 March 1866

1866. 1866, ?-?* . tNtBBS ST8?K* BEWLEY, SEESE & CO. ARE RECEIVING A Large and Well-Selected Stock of Spring nub burner f?wte, COMPRISING DE T GOODS, HARDWARE, GROCERIES, NOTIONS, CORN, FLOUR, BACON, LARD, &c. I?ON AND CASTINGS, A LARGE LOT, ALL OF WHICH WE WILL SELL LOW FOR CASH. BEWLEY, KEESE &. CO. ' March 1, 1806 ? 87 JUST RECEIVED 11,000 POUNDS *<- W' OF IRON AND CASTINGS, AND FOE SALE At Low Prices, BY BEWLEY, KEESE & CO. Feb. 22, 1866 36 3 l-: VALUABLE FARM & MILL, ANDERSON DISTRICT, TO RE LEASED FOR FIVE YEARS, wMi (lie privilege of purchasing. The place contains about six hundred acres, on Eighteen Mile Creek, five miles from the village ot PenJleton. The Mill is well linown as Maxwell's Mill, and the dwelling and out-buildings are equal to any in the neighborhood. The present lease expires on the First of April. 1866?up to which time offers for the place and mill will be received by C. K. IIUGER, Charleston. S. C. . Fch 52, 1860 86 TWO AGRICULTURAL P...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 March 1866

(Continued fr,{l First Fa^ in your previous statements and testimo? ny in relation'? tn-s cr%se? mentioned the names of p^ons as having been recog? nized by Soa on that occasion ?" Tho Court was to announco its decision next morning- That day the witness was ar? rested and locked up by himself. Next morning he comes Into Court, and before tho Court could announco its decision on the question pending, the Judge Advo? cate withdrew his question, and renews tho former inquiry: .Did you recognize any of the party ? and the witness meets tho expectation of .tho Judge Advocate, and answers that he did. Now, granting that the witness chang? ed .his mind, how are we to account for tho Judge Advocate changing his ? Is there not something singular*in the fact that two men, without consnltation, with? out conference, should each separately, and of his own motion, execute a chang0 of front, bringing him into harmony with the other? It is not enough that the Judge Advocate should change his mind...

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 March 1866

%n fntepntorf Jfamilj famnl-?^ir ta ifts, /fjttta, fteata, BY- JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY JJORNING, MARCH 15, 1866. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 39. Tlx? Intelligencer # h IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THREE DOLLAES PEE ABTNTTM, :m U. S. CUERENCY, . 02, S3.00 A YEAR Iff SPECIE. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per squaretrf twelve lines for the first insertion and. Fifty Cents for. each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and Marriage Notices charged for At .then* rates. MIL ITARY TRIAL. ' [continued.] THE PROSECUTION. Synopsis or the Judge Advocate's Speech. This being the' day appointed by the Commission for the Judge Advocate to tjeaidiis final argument in behalf of the prosecution, he said : ,r~ "Ttwi case now to be Submitted to you has for many days and weeks received yo^.untiring and discriminating atten? tion, and now conies before you m its lastand momentous stage. Many circum? stances conspire to distinguish it as one of the greatest i...

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