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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 28 June 1866

BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. EL, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 28, 1866. VOLUME II.?NO. 3. The Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED "WEEKLY $2.50 PER ^IS^XJ3X, IN" U. S. CURRENCY. Prison Life of Mr. Davis. The following extracts are from a work just issued by Dr. Craven, formerly Post Surgeon at Fortress Monroe, aud form a vivid picture of tho incarceration and treatment of the distinguished prisoner: May 21, 18o?5.?The procession into the fort was under the immediate inspection of Major General Hallcek and Charles A. Dana, then Assistant Secretary of War ; Col. Pritchard, of tho Michigan cavalry, * who immediately effected tho capture, being the officer in command of the guard from the vessel to tho fort. First came Major General Miles holding the arm of Mr. Davis, who was dressed in a suit of plain Confederate gray, with a gray slouched hat?always thin, and now look? ing much wasted and very haggard. Im? mediate!}' after these came Col. Pritch? ard accompanying Mr. Clay, with a guard of 6ol...

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. — 28 June 1866

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, BY JAMES A. HOYT TJ? il M S: TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF PER ANNUM, is cnitsd states curbk.vct. 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 eaoh subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to those who advertise by the year. J5g?* For announcing n candidate, Five Dollars in advance. gSgT" Obituaries exceeding five lines charged for at advertising rates. FBOM WASHINGTON. Washington, June 23.?A despatch from Otto Ira says that in the Canadian Parliament Mr. Gait moved for the indemnification of the Government for expenses incurred during the recent Fenian troubles. Several members of the Government party advocated the move, when Mr. Chambers, of Brockville, obtained the floor and spoke against it He said that Canada could not support troops enough to resist the United States. 1,000 Fenians was a very different matter from 35,000,000 of Americans. He also saile...

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. — 28 June 1866

IMPORTANT NOTICE. ? ALL persons indebted to the lute firm of ENG? LAND 4 BEWLEY prior to the war, are hereby notified that the undersigned has received instruc? tions from his former partner to settle up the busi? ness without delay. Knowing the distressed con? dition of the country at this time, the undersigned is unwflling to press the claims withotifc due rthd timely notice to those indebted, and takes this method of informing all parties that it is absolute? ly necessary to make arrangements at once for the liquidation of all Notes and Accounts due the late firm. It is probable that there are small demands against many persons who have forgotten the same, and it is therefore incumbent upon our former cus? tomers to investigate the facts, that they may be governed accordingly. The Books and Notes may be found with the undersigned, who is prepared to make settlements with all who may call upon him. Liberal prices allowed for country produce in liquidation. TV. C. BEWLEY. P. S.?The...

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. — 28 June 1866

The Battle Field. A VIVID DESCRIPTION OF ITS HORRORS. People often ?wonder how one feels in battle. All men are not affected alike. Some are cool, determined and coura? geous; some iose all judgment, and will, single handed, rush upon hundreds; oth? ers are entirely unmanned, tremble like aspens, seem dead to every emotion of honor or feeling of shame, and will slink into coverts or run from the field. Lord Forth, in the Crimean war, is au instance. If skirmishers engage prior to a general battle, and a desultory fire is kept up for a while, one becomes used to it, and as tbcbattle warms, it frequently becomes exciting, and men that trcmblo at the first few few shots now rush on like he? roes. I remember well my feelings du? ring the first battle in which I was en? gaged. . The night before we received orders to preparo to attack the enemy early on the morrow. All was now hurry, bustle and anxiety. Guns were cleaned, ammunition inspec? ted, straps adjusted, canteens tilled, knap? sa...

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 July 1866

BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 18G6. VOLUME EL?NO. 3. Tlie Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED "WEEKLY IN U. S. CURRENCY. More Extracts from Dr. Craven's Book. The reader will find annexed some ad? ditional extracts from the " Prison Life of Mr. Davis," just published, and which form an index to the opinions of the illus? trious prisoner upon subjects of interest. The first presented is the estimato enter? tained by Air. Davis of his former com? peer who now occupies the Executive chair of the United States: PRESIDENT JOHNSON. As Mr. Davis was speaking of tho Sen? ate, asked him his opinion of President Johnson, to which for some moments he made no reply, apparently hesitating whether to speak on the subject or not. At length he said of President Johnson he knew no more than the papers told every one; but of Mr. Johnson, when in the Senate, he would as freely speak as of any other member. There were, of course, differences between them, more especial? ly ju...

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. — 5 July 1866

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, BY JAMES A. HOYT TERMS: TWO DOLLARS AND A HAL? PER ANNUM, ik united 8tatks currency. 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. Liberal deductions made to those who advertise by Ute year. JQ?" For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars la advance. S&* Obituaries exceeding five lines charged for at advertising rates. A CALL FOR THE NATIONAL UNION CONVEN? TION. The following is the call for a National Union Convention of all the States, to be held in Phila? delphia on the 14th of August next, a telegraphic summary of which was published in tho Times yes? terday morning. It is understood to have the ap? proval of gentlemen of prominence, in addition to those whose names aro appended, and may there? for* bo regarded as a most important political pa Jer: "A National Union Convention of at least two delegates from each Congressiona...

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. — 5 July 1866

^ntosw prices ?Utmnf. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY BEWLEY, KEESE & CO., North Side of the Public Square. Groceries, &c. Bagging, 50 cts.; Bale Rope, 30 to 85 ; Adaman? tine Candles, 40 to 50; Rio Co fee, 35 to 40; Tea, S2.00 to $2.50; Rice, 20; *A". O. Sugar, 18; {(J) Sugars, 25; Crushed Sugar, 30; Salt, per saok, Liverpool S5.50 to $6.00; Iron, Swede, 15? King's Mountain, 12; Castings, 12 to 15; Nails, 10 to 12; Powder, 75 to SI; Lead, 20 to 25; Shot, 25 ; Indigo, $1.50 to S2.50; Madder, 50; Blue'Stone, 35; Mackerel?quarter bis., S8.00, halves, $14.00 wholes, S27.00; Tobacco, chewing, 50 to $1.50; Factory Thread, $8.00; Shirtings, 7-8, 25 cts. per yard ; Shovel Steel, _6. Country Produce. Flour, $15.00 to $16.00; Corn, S2.00; Peas, $2.00; Lard, 20 to 25; Bacon, 18 to 20; Tallow, 15; Butter, 18 to 20 ; Eggs, 20; Chickens, 15 to 25 ; Beeswax, 20 ; Rags, 3 cts. PROCLAMATION. By Ms Excellency JAMES L. ORR, Gov? ernor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the State of South Carolina. WHEREA...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 July 1866

THE QUAKER AND HIGHWAYMAN. Toby Simpson, a pattern to Quakers, inhabited a neat little house in London, beautified by tho presence of his daughter Mary. She was scarcely seventeen, a beautiful blonde with bluo 03'cs, and pos? sessing as much wisdom as beauty, was sought after by all tho young men among her father's acquaintances. Those of tho neighborhood tried, in vain to win a smilo. Mary was not a coquette, and so far from turning to account tho effect pro? duced by her charms, she felt so much annoyed by it, that she could hardly treat with civilty her many admirers, one only excepted ? Edward VVcrosford?a young artist who was intimate with the family. A simple occurrence was the cause of this intimacy. Premature death had taken away* the wife of the Quaker, still in her youth and beauty, and he, wishing to perpetuate tho memory of one so dear to him, had called a painter to her death bod. It was there tttat Edward first met tho afflicted daughtor?thcro, betweon the tears of one...

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. — 12 July 1866

%u |wtopM Jairalg Iiranral---|? to ftata, to, fa. BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. H., S. G, THURSDAY MORNING-, JULY 12, i860. VOLUME IT.-NO. 4. Tlae. Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED "WEEKLY A.X $?.50 PER ArsTVXJM, IN U. S. CURRENCY. To the Citizens of South Carolina. Fellow-Citizens : As Vice-President of the National Union Club for the State of South Carolina, I earnestly invite jour attention to the call for a National Con? vention, issued by the Executive Commit? tee of that body, and recommended by many of the most eminent and patriotic members of both branches of the present Congress. The importance of this meeting, and the beneficial consequences to result from it, can scarcely be exaggerated. Separa? ted as we have been for the last five years from all communication with the people of the North and West; knowing but lit? tle of their opinions, except as expressed through the unjust and oppressive action of the bitter partisan majority which at present controls the National Legislatu...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 July 1866

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, BY JAMES A. HOYT TERMS: TWO DOLLARS AM) A HALF PER ANNUM, im ujutbd stat5s cchecnct. KATES 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. Liberal deductions made to those who advertise by the year. JST For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. jggy* Obituaries exceeding five lines charged for at advertising rates. THE DEMOCRATIC ADDRESS. The following is the address of tho National Democratic party, just issued. It is signed by Hon. Reverdy Johnson and forty other Senators and members of Congres: ? Washington, July 4, I860. To the People of the United States : Dangers threaten. The Constitution?the cita? del of our liberties?is directly assailed. The fu? ture is dark unless the people will come to the rescue. Id this hour of peril, National Union should be the watch-word of every true man. As essential to National Union, wo mu...

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. — 12 July 1866

^tttes?ft l?rices ?\mmt. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY BEWLEY, KEESE & C0.> North Side of the Public Square. Groceries, &c. Bagging, 50 els.; Bale Rope, 40 to 45 ; Adaman? tine Candles, 40 to 50; Rio Coffee, 35 to 40; Tea, S2.00 to $2.50; Rice, 20; N. O. Sugar, 18; (C) Sugars, 25; Crushed Sugar, 30; Salt, per sack, Liverpool $5.50 to $6.00; Iron, Swede, 15? King's Mountain, 12; Castings, 12 to 15; Nails, 10 to 12 ; Powder, 75 to $15 icao", 20 to 25; Shot, 25; Indigo, $1.50 to $2.50; J/inWw, 50; Blue Stone, 35; J/acfoxeJ---quarter bis., $8.00, halves, $14.00. wholes, $27.00', Tobacco, chewing, 50 to $L50; | Factory Thread, $3.00; Shirtings, 7-8, 25 cts. per yard ; Shovel Steel, 1G. Country Produce. Flour, $14.00 to S1.500; Corn, $2.15; Peas, $2.00; Lard, 20 to 25; Bacon, 18 to 20; Talloic, 15 ; Butter, 18 to 20 ; Eggs, 15; Chickens, 15 to 20 ; Beeswax, 20 ; ?o:^, 3 cts. Special ftofttcs. &ASONIC CELEBRATION. THEKE will bo a public PROCESSION of the Masonio Fraternity at Pierccto...

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. — 12 July 1866

BN',1.?. - ?? ??-?=-v %uhxmx fiMigencfr. Scraps, Facts and Fancies. ? Perfect integrity and a properly cooked beef-steak aro rare. ? Corn meal should never be ground fine. It injures its richness. ? Amusements for young ladies on a wet aftornoon?Knitting their eyebrows. ? To the charitable A barrel of su? gar is wanted to sweoten a gentleman who has boen "soured by misfortune." ? If a girl is unfortunately stone-blind, let her get married?if that doesn't open her eyos nothing will. ? When a soldier wants a kiss what military manoeuvre does he perfoam ? Lie goes to tho "right face." ? The first law of fomale nature, where women aro at all good looking, is self preservation. ? People perform the groatcr part of the voyage of life before taking on their ballast; hence so many shipwrecks. ? Debt may bo compared to a rat-trap ?very easy to get into, but often requirefl hard sqncoziDg to get out. ? No man is nobler born than another, unless ho is born with better abilities and a more amia...

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. — 19 July 1866

BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. EL, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, ?TU LY 19, 1868. VOLUME II.-NO. 5. The Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED TVEEKLY JkJJC $2.50 PER AJSlSXyM.} JN U. S. CURRENCY. From Washington. "Washington, July 11?The Senate to? day passed a bill to extend, for three Jrears, the benefits of the law granting ands to the Southern States for the es-. tabli8hment of agricultural colleges.? Also, passod a bill regulating the time and manner of holding elections for United - States Senators. Among other provis? ions, it requires that the vote shall be viva voce. The Senate, by four majority, rejected the bill for the re-annexation of Alexandria city and County to the Dis? trict of Columbia. The House passed a joint resolution providing for a re-organization of the militia of the States and Territories in a uniform manner, and for the distribution among them of two-thirds of the ordi? nance and ordnance stores, excepting the States lately in insurrection; also, passed a bill granting 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. — 19 July 1866

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, BY JAMES A. HOYT TERMS: TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF PER ANNUM, in united states currency. RATES OP ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve hnesTfor the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to those who advertise by the year. J8@- For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars la advance. Obituaries exceeding five lines charged for at advertising rates. FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, July 14.?The Senate was engaged Jn no business of general interest. The House had up the report in the Rosseau-Grinnell case, but without coming to a vote, adjourned. The oomin&trott of Alex. W. Randall as Postmasfer Goseral has been sent to the Senate, there are $71,000,000 in the Treasury vault. The President has accepted Dennison's resigna nation. The latter says, in his letter of the 11th, tendering his resignation : "In thus withdrawing from your Cabinet, it is proper to sayr that I do...

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. — 19 July 1866

Public Meeting. The citizens of this District who are favorable to Bending delegates to the National Union Conven? tion, to meet in Philadelphia next month, are re? quested to meet in the Court House on the fourth Monday in this month, (23rd instant,) to appoint Delegates to a Convention to be held in Columbia on Wednesday, first day of August, for the pur? pose of selecting delegates to represent the State in the National Unian Convention. J. W. HARRISON, J. SCOTT MURRAY, B. F. WHITNER, J. P. REED, DANIEL BROWN, JOSEPH N. BROWN, 0. R. BROYLES, ELIJAH WEBB, B. F. CRAYTON, JOHN WILSON, JAMES A. HOYT, F. E. HARRISON, JESSE W. NORRIS, Jr., W. E. WALTERS. Anderson, S. C, July 10, I860. MASONIC CELEBRATION. THERE will be a public PROCESSION of the Masonic Fraternity at Piercetown, on Tuesday, the 24th July next, by Barnett Lodge, No. ? A. F. M., together with other sister Lodges, who are cordially invited to attend. The procession will be formed at 10 o'clock, A. M. One or more public ad...

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. — 19 July 1866

Jutemt |ntel%cn?r. | Scraps, Facts and Fancies. ? What kind of braces do ladies pre? fer ? Embraces. ? The man who courts a young lady in the starlight probably expects to get a wife in a twinkling. _"Bob, did you know that Miss E. was drowned to-day?" "No, how did it happen?" "Her waterfall bursted." ? Josh Billings says: "God save the phools, and don't let 'em run out, for if it warn't for them wise men conld not get a living." ? The women must think that we men are great robbers; we are all the while going about robbing them of their names. ? An old lady, hearing somebody say the mails were very irregular, said, "It was just so in my young days?no trust? ing any of 'em." _A Western paper strikes the names of two subscribers from its list because they were recently hung. The publisher says he was compelled to be severe, be? cause- ho did not know their present ad dross. ? A lady asked a noted doctor if he did not think the small bonnets the ladies wore had a tendency to produce a ...

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. — 26 July 1866

BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. EL, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING-, JULY 26, 1866. VOLUM II.-NO. 6. Tlie Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED "WEEKLY A.T $S.50 IPIER A.INTNTTM, IN U. S. CURRENCY. ADRRESS OF WARREN D. WIIKES, ESQ., Delivered before a "Rural Gather? ing" at Cedar Falls, Greenville District, on Saturday, May 5,1866. (Published by Bequest) My Countrymen, Ladies and Gentle? men : In compliance with the invitation of your committee of arrangements, I am here to mingle in the festivities of the day. At an earlier period of my lite, the season of the year, coupled with the scene before me, would have called up thoughts more ideal than I shall give utterance to to-day; you will pardon me, ? I blend the grave with the gay. In that never ceasing change of things, which summons forward the successive generations ot men to perform their part in the drama of life, we at length are called to appear. Our fathers have ful? filled the measure of their duty?the turn has come to us. Let us seriously cons...

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. — 26 July 1866

TOE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, BY JAKES A, HOYT TERMS: TWO DOLLAE8 AND A HAL? PEE ANNUM, ik united states currency. 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. Liberal deductions made to those who advertise by the year. For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advanoe. Jgjf* Obituaries exceeding five lines charged for at advertising rates. A RADICAL PLOT TO OVERTHROW THE GOV? ERNMENT AND ESTABLISH MILITARY DES? POTISM?PREPARATION FOR ANOTHER CIV? IL WAR. Mr. Henry j. Raymond, editor of the New York j Times, writing to that paper, from his seat in Con? gress, on the 15th instant, dirulges the following very interesting facts: You may have noticed the passage in the House, a few days since, of a resolution offered by Gen. Paine, of Wisconsin, calling on the States to or? ganize, discipline and equip their militia, and di? recting that two-thirds of the arms,...

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. — 26 July 1866

Internal, MARRIED, on Monday, -July 19th, by Rev. J. B. fl?lhoiise, at the residence of Mrs. Mary Bel lotte, the bride's grandmother, Mr. Samuel A. BeI&oYte atid Miss Sallie E., daughter of Mr. ESas TiUinghast, deceased. AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOB THE ORGANIZATION OF A "POLICE FORCE." X. Be ? Ordained by the Town Council of Ander? son, That it is expedient and proper that a Police force should be at once organized at this place for the preservation of order, the protection of pri? vate and public property, and to aid the civil au? thorities generally in the maintenance of peace and quiet, by a due enforcement of the laws, II. That all white male inhabitants within the ?corporate limits of the Town of Anderson between the ages of Sixteen and Fifty years, who shall not be exempted on account of physical infirmity, are declared liablo to duty in said force, and it shall be the duty of the Town Marshal to make out a list of all such persons, and summons them to as? semble for organ...

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. — 26 July 1866

Many years ago I happened to be one of the referees in a case that excited unu? sual interest in our courts, from the Sin? gular nature of the claim, and the strange story which it disclosed. The plaintiff, who was captain of a vessel which traded principally with tho West Indies, had married quite early with every prospect of happiness. His wife was said to have been extremely beautiful, and no less lovely in her character. After living with her in tho most unin? terrupted harmony for five years, during which timo two daughters were added to the family, he suddenly resolved to re? sume his occupation, which he had relin? quished on his marriage, and when his youngest child was but three weeks old, sailed once more to the West Indies. His sorrowing wife, who was devotedly attached to him, sorrowed deeply at his absence, and found her only comfort in the society of the children and the hope of his return. But month after month passed away, and he came not, nor did any letters?those i...

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