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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 6 September 1866

Jamilg Iflttral---?iM? in fofitks, Sto?trf, ita, fa. BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1866. VOLUME Iii?NO. 12. Tlie Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED "WEEKLY A.x $s.5o per aistnttm:, IN TJ. S. CURRENCY. From the Ricfcnond Whig. Schools, Schoolmasters and Scholars. Tho newspapers of tho South are full of school advertisements. It would seem that teaching has become the most popu? lar of professions. Tho fact is, that hun? dreds of educated people^-who, boforethe war, had ample-means and lived in luxury ?are now driven by necessity to labor, and thoy have chosen to make thoir scho? lastic acquirements available. If wo may judge by the number of teachers who of? fer their services to the public, we aro justified in believing that tho youth of this generation will not lack educational ad? vantages. It becomes important to in? quire into tho question as to what is the true school discipline?that vigorous but time-honored discipline in which tho birch played...

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. — 6 September 1866

?wr6""1" iin'iggss-gg ? GLEANINGS KBOMT OUR. EXCHANGES. ? There are only fifteen papeus published in. Florida: ?Ex-Go v. John M. Morehead-of North Carolina* died on Tuesday. ? Frosts, Bome of them quite severe, were ob? served in several places in the Northwest during last week. ? The admission of the Tennessee Congres? sional delegation was the first American telegram te- Europe over the-Cable. ? Accounts from the hog crop, in all sections, give favorable indications. It is said the crop has never been better in some localities. _Tho Memphis Post (Radical) is inclined to think Gen. Forrest is not the monster he has been represented to be. _A young girl in Manchester, New Hampshire, caught her foot in hex hoop skirt, fell down stairs, and was killed. ? A couple of women got into "an entangle? ment" at Madison, Indiana, a day or two ago, and ene of them fractured the skull of the other by a blow with a stone. ? Tha Southern Presbyterian Churoh contains ten Synods, forty-sis Presbyter...

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. — 6 September 1866

THE ANDERSON INTEELI6ENCER, BY JAMES A. HOYT. -TERMS: TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF PEE ANNUM, in united state8 currenct. . BATES 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 advertiso by the year. . 3?"* For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. Sgf Obituaries exceeding five lines charged for . at advertising rates. STATE NEWS. The schedule of the South Carolina Railroad has been changed, and trains now leave Columbia at half-past four o'clock a. m. The Darlington Southerner records the murder of Mr. James Keith, of Timmonsville, in that District. The deceased was returning early in the morning from the house of a sick friend, when the firing of a cap on the side of the road discovered to him a negro with whom he had been on bad terms at? tempting to shoot him. Mr. Keith drew his pistol and shot his assailant three times ...

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. — 6 September 1866

? A MIDNIGHT APPARITION. Mr. Colebrook was dead. Ho was a rich man, yot a slight acquaintance with Ism- would have convinced even a super? ficial observer that ho was not a healthy man. Ho was misanthropic in his views, though ho had the reputation in the street of being a very kind-hearted and benev? olent man. Every day seemed to usher him into the arena of a new strife with the powers of misery. Apparently he was tired of life, and impatiently waited for the hour that had now como, and which would put him beyond the trials and woes of this sublunary existence. And yet many could remember when ho was a gay and cheerful person. Be foro his marriage with a poor but beauti? ful girl, some seventeen years before his death, he had worn a sunny smile, and Iiis life seemed to him a pleasant dream. Though only thirty-fivo when ho mar? ried, people said there was too much dif? ference between his own ago and that of j his wife, who was, I boliovo, about twen? ty-two. Sho had been poor, and...

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. — 13 September 1866

~%,n Ifltoptoitf JimtHn ' l?unral?Jf^tti? to \?Mwt txkxwhxt, Itfos, fa. BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 18GG. VOLUME II---NO. 13. The Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY A.X $2.50 PER ANNUM, IN U. S. CU ENCY. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, S. C, Columbia, Sept. 4, 18G6. Gentlemen of the Senate I have convened the General Assembly in extraordinary sesssion, for the purpose of recommending such modifications of existing laws with reference to persons of color as will entitle the tribunals of this State to oxercisc jurisdiction ovor them in all cases; such a re-organization of these tribunals as may be best adapted to this end; such enactments as will effect greater certainty, as well as economy, in the punishment of crime amongst al! classes; and lastly, such measures of re? lief as, in my judgment, are necessary, in view of the present condition of the peo? ple. It is a striking anomaly, that more than one-half of all the inhabitants o...

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. — 13 September 1866

SHE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, BY JAMES A. HOYT. TERMS: TWO DOLlASS AND A HALT PE? ANNUM, IS united states currencx-. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for the first insertion End Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to those who advertise by the year. For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. Obituaries exceeding five lines charged for *t advertising rates. GENS. FORREST AND ST0NE?AN. At tho recent ratification meeting at Memphis, Oen. Forrest presided, and the meeting was ad? dressed by Goa. Stonemax. Upon taking tho chair, Gen. F. made the following appropriate re? marks : *' I thank you for the honor conferred upon me to-night, in selecting me as your presiding officer. You will allow mc to say that I am far more fa sailliar with the stern duties of the soldier than I tern with the art of public speaking. It is known to most of you that my life has been one of ac? tion rathe...

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. — 13 September 1866

BY WARREN 33. WILKES. Calhorn?, S. C?, Septem Der 9, 1SG6. SALUTATORY. Do not be alarmed, reader.' We arc not going to bore you with a stereotype, common-place saluta? tory. Neither are we going to promise you many wonderful things, which we have not tho most distant idea of attempting to do ; nor do we need an introduction to each other, for wc have been long acquainted. Years ago we laid down the peu ?ditorial and contributional, and wo simply wish to announce, that wc have consented to resume it at tho request of friend Hoyt. Long unused to catering to the tates of tho reading public, and having our mind necessarily distracted with a va? riety of pursuits, we are somewhat reluctant to make the effort; but, upon his assurance that you would, perhaps, be pleased for us to do so, we will, however, first please oursclf, by writing about, any nnd all subjects, in whatsoever style is most agreea? ble to us; then, if you are pleased, there will be two of us so. -4? RAIN. Refreshing show...

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. — 13 September 1866

^Tttaflit JiMigenw. Scraps, Facts and Fancies. ? Dr. Abernothy used to tell his pu? pils that att human diseases sprung from two-diseases?stuffing and fretting. ? When is a lady's neck not a lady's neck? Wheu it is a little bare (bear.) ? When a man makes up his mind he might well feel mortified at the smallncss ef hiB package. ? If exercise promotos health, those ?who collect old bills for editors should be the longest lived people on earth. ? A lady was asked the other day why she choose to live a single lifo. Sho re? plied, "Because I am unablo to support a husband." ?Good morning, Mr. Jenkins; whore &?V3 you kept yourself this long time V* "Kept myself," said Jenkins: "I don't keep myself, I live on credit." ? "My wife," said a wag tho other day "came near calling me honoy last night." "Indeed, how wasthat V "Why she cal! od r?e old beeswax." ? "What makes your cows so cross?" said an old lady to.tho milkman tho other day. "Cross, madam? they are the gont lest things in 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. — 20 September 1866

%u fikptoni Jamilg $mxml---1?ikk)s is floftb, State?, S?, BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1866. VOLUME II?NO. 14. The Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED "WEEKLY A.T $2.50 PER ATS"ISTXJ>X, IN" TJ. S. CURRENCY. To Debtors and Creditors. "Wo havo boon so highly pleased with the annexed address of Judge IIef.sk to tho grand jury of Baldwin county, Geor? gia, that wc transfer it to our columns, since the advice is equally applicable to this section. The relations that exist in law between tho two classes of the com? munity are clearly set forth, while the re? lations that should exist in these peculiar and trying times are most forcibly pre? sented in the address, which we copy from the Atlanta Intelligencer: Having gone through with my instruc? tion in reference to your statutory duties, I beg leavo to call your attention to a subject which, though not among 3-our prescribed duties, in my judgment deep? ly concerns the morals and prosperity of our peop...

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. — 20 September 1866

Thursday Morning, September 20, 1866. AN OLD EDITOR RESUMES THE PEN, The last issue of the Spartanburg Spartan con? tains the salutatory of Dr. P. M. Wallace, for many years the popular and accomplished editor ?f that excellent weekly, and who hag lately re? turned from the Wost, after an absence of six or seven years. We gladly welcome the Doctor to his accustomed seat upon the tripod, and feel assured that his renewed accession to journalism will prove that there is activity in the old man yet! Our best wishes for a long life and prosperous career! ?-? NEW YORK NEWS. Wo regret to perceive the announcement that the Hon. Benjamin Wood has retired from the conduct of this journal. Under his management, before, i during and since the war, the News attained an enviable reputation for fearlessness and boldness in the utterance of time-honored principles. The South owes him a debt of gratitude for his staunch adherence and support, which can never be more amply repaid than by the warm ex...

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. — 20 September 1866

BY WARREN D. WILKES. Galhoun, S. C, September 20, 1366. BE ON YOUR GUARDI Stealing corn from tho fields has commenoed in ?good earnest, in some localities on this side the District, and we fear will become general, before the crop is gathered, in some instances the freed men have been fc-nnd guilty. Our formers aeed to le watchful and vigilant, -? CORN. Hare our people ever reflected upon the power ?of corn ? We do not mean its eicvaling power when used in the shape of mountain dew, but as a feed? ing power and a source of agricultural wealth.? The crop of 18GG Is estimated at 1,039,000,000 I bushels. How many people would that number of bushels feed, and what would be their value at ?sixty cents per bushel! No danger of starvation. ^ WHERE IS MM Since the Atlantic Cable has been laid, and put 4o vork, our readers have read maBy despatches Yrom Valentia and Heart's Content, and we have often heard the inquiry made, where are those places. la latitude, forty degrees, fifty minutes, l...

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. — 20 September 1866

Scraps, Tacts and Fancies. ? Loving times?"When everything is about as dour as it can be. ? Bonofits please, like flowors, while thoy are fresh. ? What is the only pain that wo make light of? A window pane. ? Why did Job slcop cold I* K.iso ho had poor comforters. ? Somo hoarts, like the fcTOUtajj* prim? roses, open most beam--' ??? the shadows of lifo. ? How a man may lv known from a fatigued dog. ?u<5 voars a shirt, the other pants. ? "Woll. my bin .'" said a sohoolmastor to a pupil, -*can you toll me what syntax is?" "Yos, sir: it is tho duty on spirits!" j ? l,I say, Pat, are you digging out a hole in that onion bod?" "No," says Pat, "I am digging out the earth and leaving a hole." ? "Tho smiles of homo are exceeding Eloasant," but there aro many people who av? good homes who prefer "smiling" with a friend outsido. ? Prentice wonders why tho planets don't cut off tho tails of a comet when it passes among them, they all have axis. ? Tho press and petticoats?the ruling powers o...

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. — 27 September 1866

%u fii?? iamilg ^mxml?^tki? ta f ?s, Stallt?, Wtks, k. BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. H-, S. C, THURSDAY I?ORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1866. VOLUME II?NO. 15. Tlie Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED "WEEKLY A.T $9.50 PER ANNUM, IN U. S. CURRENCY. Education in the South. Education is the paramount necessity of the Southern mind, and to a greater degree than at any previous period of our history, should this important interest command our attention. "Wo do not refer exclusively to the learning of the schools, to those scientific and scholastic attain? ments which befit the dignity and erudi? tion of the Professors' chair, or those purely professional studies which qualify J the aspirant for eminence in tho various ; walks of science, and less still do we mean to urge here' the value of those acsthetical accomplishments, which heretofore have given'such an aspect of elegance to the leisure, and of vernal trifling to the frivol? ity of many wealthy men in tho South. For the future the necessity of lab...

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. — 27 September 1866

tthxwu Mtllktmt Thursday Morning,. September 27, 1866. MILITARY CHANGE. Maj. William Stone, who has been in charge of the Freedmcn's Bureau at this place for five or six months, was relieved a few days ago, and transferr.ed.~td Aiken. His successor, Lieut: G.P. MfcDocaAL, has entered upon the duties of his office. - UNFOBTUNATE, We regret to leasn that the residence of W. W. Holland, Esq., near Hattou's Ford, in this Dis? trict, was totally destroyed- by fire on Wednesday night, 19th instant. Only a few articles of bod . clothing and wearing apparel were saved from the ^ devouring flames.. Tho fire was the result of acci? dent. DEATH OF AN OLD CITIZEN". "Wc are pained to record the demise of Captain Robert B. Nobbis, one of our oldest and most re? spected citizens, which sad event occurred at his residence in this District on Saturday mc-rning last The deceased was eighty-two years of age, and leaves beffind a numerous circle of descendants to mourn his departure from thoir midst. -...

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. — 27 September 1866

FISHER & LOWRANCE, COLUMBIA, S. C * KEEP constantly on hand a full supply of the > following goods, viz: SWEDES IRON, all sizes, 1 to 12 inches, ENG. IRON, lxi to 2x? inches, COUNTRY IRON, horse shoe size to 3x| inches, CAST STEEL, } in square & octagon to 1} ??* PLOW STEEL, 4 to 12 inches wide. ANVILS and VICES, WAGON, TRACE, LOG and COIL CHAIN, NAILS, TACKS, SCREWS, AXES, PICKS, HAMMERS, HATCHETS & LOCKS, all kinds, HOLLOW-WARE, a full .assor't, 10 cts. per lb. GRINDSTONES, AUGERS, CHISELS, DRAWING-KNIVES, FARMERS' TOOLS, SAWS, mill, cross-cut, hand, &c, IBOTSON'S FILES, the best in market, WOSTENHOLM'S, RODGERS' & ALEXAN? DER'S POCKET & TABLE C?TLERR and RAZORS, BOLTING CLOTHS, No. 3 to 10, as low as can -;?>? - - ? ? . -. be bought in this market, ? -y. BELTING, from 3 to 10 or 12 inches?larger sizes brought out to order, COFFEE ROASTERS, COFFEE MILLS, AXLES, SPRINGS, WAGON BOXES, SPOKES, SHAFTS, FELLOWS, HUBS, ENAMELED CLOTH and LEATHER, OIL CARPET...

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. — 27 September 1866

gntaro JnMltpcer. Scraps, Facts and Fancies. ? Tho last excuse for crinoline is that the reafter vessels need much hooping-" ? What is the difference between an Kuctioo asno! soa-sickness??One is a sale of effects, the other tbo effects of a sail. \ ? My son, you must start up from this lethargy !" "Would you have mo an up? start, "dad." ? "Why is a jailor in danger of being corrupted ? Because he keeps bad com? pany, _To love and labor is the sum of liv? ing; and yet how many they live who neither labor nor love. ? An Irishman charged with whipping his wife, defended himself on the ground that he was 'bating a nuisance. ?? A young lady out West was charged with "putting on airs," because sho rol'us ed to go to a ball barefoot. ? Unsocial old Snarl says that love is a combination of diseases?an affection of J the heart and an inflamation of tho brain. ??Poor Caudlo said he dreamed that he had an angel by his side, and upon waking up found it was nobody but his wife. ? A lady visitin...

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 1866

? JnkpW imalf $s\xxml??tMti iss fofiiH J'xttxrdmt, lefos, fa. BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 4, 1866. VOLUME II?NO. 16. 3$4 Anderson ^l^ftlrj Jn^Hifl?n^r, BY JAMES A. HOYT. TERMS: TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF PER ANNUM, .er"--'- . ?' - >-- ??? ., . - ' ? IN T7X1TED STATES CUKKENCV. 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. fi@f* For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. Obituaries exceeding five lines charged for at advertising rates. Conservatism in Massachusetts. The following extract from an able and philosophical speech on public affairs, de? livered at Fanuiel Hall, in the city of Boston ] gives an assurance that even in this hot-bed of Radicalism there are those who revere the Constitution in its origi? nal purity, and desire the perpetuation of ...

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 1866

AHBIBRW?, ?0 (Do Thursday Morning, October 4, I860, NEW COTTON. The first lot of the present crop of cotton was Offered for sale in this market last Saturday. It came from the plantation of W. A. Wilson, near Craytonville, and was bought by Bewley, Reese & Co., at 26} cents. -o PRESBYTERY OF SOUTH CAROLINA. This bouy convened in the Presbyterian Church in this place on yesterday. The introductory Ber mon was preached by Rev. J. S. Wilbanks. The early hour at which we go to press forbids further particulars in this issue. I -?, TO MEMBERS OP THE BAPTIST CHURCH. We are requested to state that an election will be held on next Sabbath, the regular monthly church meeting, after the forenoon service, for a pastor of the Baptist Church at this place. It is earnestly desired that there shall be a full atten? dance of members and others interested. -** EARLY TURNIPS. Wc have been presented with a fine mess of Tur? nips,?from the plantation of Mrs. E. MoFall, near Cray tonville,?equal in ...

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 1866

junction Sales. At Auction! McGEE & NICELY WILL offer at auction on Monday and Tuesday, 8th and 9th inst, Court Week, the following goods, fix: 6 Pioces DeLaines, 6 Wool Shawls, 8 Ladies' Scarfs, 8 Pieces Muslin, Ladies' Hose, 6 pair Ladies' Merino Drawers, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, A lot of Kid Gloves, And sundry other articles. Terms Cash. McGEE & NICELY. Oct 4, I860 16 1 EXECUTOR'S SALE OP PERSONAL PROPERTY. WILL be sold, at the residence of Mrs. Mary Wilson, five miles west of Willi?uiston, on the An? derson road, On Tuesday, the 16th of October, All the personal property of James Wilson, Srt, deceased, consisting of 2 Mules, 4 Cows and Calves, 4 Head Beef Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, Plantation Tools, Household and Kitchen Furniture, And other articles too tedious to mention. Terms made known on day of salo. J. WILSON, Executor: Oct 4, 1866 16 2 Administrator's Sale. BY virtue of an order from the Court, of Ordina? ry, will be sold, at public sale, at Williamston, S. C, on 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. — 4 October 1866

Scraps, Facts and Fancies. ? Punch says tho needle gun ie not. beaded with gun-cotton. ? Most men who complain that they Have nothing to do, aro just about equal to the task. ? "So it seems," as the young lady ob? served to tho sewing machine whon she put work before it.?Punch. ? "When sorrow "has left its traces," what becomes of the balance of the har? ness ? ? "Oh, Aunty, make Freddy behave himself. Every time 1 hit him on the j head with the mallet, he bursts right out erying!" ? "Well, my boy," said a schoolmas? ter to a pupil, "can you tell me what syn? tax is ?" "Yes, sir; it's the duty on spirits!" ? It is singular that the more you damp the ardor of a troublesome talker, by throwing cold water on his effusions, the sooner he dries up. ? At last advices tho citizens of Evans ville, Indiana, were burying their silver spoons and other valuables. Beast Butler VTBrts that place in a few days. ? A merchant having sent, in obedi? ence to an order, fifty barrels of flour to a groce...

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