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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 April 1867

.Wednesday Morning, April 3. ?' 5??"' All papers discontinued at tins expiration of the time for which they have heen ppid. ?0^"- No name entered upon the books.unless the money accompanies the order. . - ggy A cross-mark indicates that the subscrip? tion is about to expire. J&S?*" Specimen copies always sent, upon appli? cation. COTTBT 01? APPEALS. The Court ?f Appeals will meet in Columbia on Mondayi 15th of April iiistant. Applicants for admission to the Bar will be rxamirfea on tho 17th. Appeals from Charleston will first be heard, and from other Circuits as follows : Northern, Western; Soutliorn, Middle and Eastern. -<?> "HUNKIDOSI/' Many enquiries having beeu made as to the meaning of this term, we will state, on theauthor \ ity of* a cotcmporary, that this is the name of a new beverage. The peculiarity about it is simply this?when you have taken ten or a dozen of 'em, why, you aro "all HuHkidorV' r\ StTPERINTENDENTS 0* SUNDAY* SCHOOLS, We affe'^requested to give not...

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. — 3 April 1867

Miscellaneons Advertisements Tax Notic?, .I.W/TLL be at the following places at the lime specified for the purpose of Assessing and Receiv -ing the Btat s Tax for 1866 : .< . AtOrrvill'e, Monday, 8th April? "White Plains, 9th-j .Long's Store, 10th; McCanri's, llth; Wilson ? n&. Carpenter's Tan Yard, 12th; Brown's Muster Ground, Monday, 15th; Townville, 10th ; Pendle "ton, 17th;: Eaton's, 18th?evening;at Craig's; Cen treville, 19th?evening at Shearer's; Maj. Gil xner's, Monday, 22d; McClinton's, 23rd; Holland's . Store, 24th ; Moffattsville, 25th ; Tucker's, 26th ; Storeville", 27th; after which time I will be at An ' ders?n C. H. until 15th May, when the Book? will ?'- be-closed. All Real Estate is taxed 30c. on every $100 "worth.' All biiggies, carriages, gold and silver plate, watches, Jewelry and pianos, on hand first January, 1867, $1 on every $100 worth. On arti? cles manufactured for sale, barter or exchange', between 1st January, 1866, and 1st January* 1.867, $1 on eve...

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. — 3 April 1867

?ggg--"1 g . - -? .gnkrs?n >lBtc!frgcnttr. The Way to Keep Him. - "Out again to night ?"snid Mrs. Hayee, fretfully, as her -husband rose from the teartabie, and donned his great coat. "Yes, I have an engagement with ; Moore, I shall be in early, have a light in ? the library. Good night." And with a careless nod, William Hayes left the ~oom. . "Ahvav3the way," murmured Lizzie ?Haves, sinking back upon the sofa. "Out "everv nio-lit. a don't believe he cares one bit about -me 'now, an 1 yet we've been married only two y-ars. No man can -have a more orderly ;..>use I am sure. I ?never go any w here I am not a bit exr truvagant; and yet I don't believe he loves me any more. O, dear, why is it? J wasn't rich ; he did not marry me for: - any money, and he must have loved me then; why does he treat me with so much j ?.neglect ?"* And with her mind filled with -such frightful queries, Lizzie fell asleep on ?the /sota. Let raepuintherpictUVeasshelay hero. ? She was a. blonde, with a sm...

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. — 10 April 1867

An Independent Family Jonrnal?Bevoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 2. NO. 4-3. Tf$? Anderson Sa^Wg : : B Y HO Y T & "WALTE RS. TERMS: ? tWO DOLLARS AND A HALF PEE ANIHTM, - IN UNITED STATES CDItltE.N'CY. ?:<*\ - RATES OF ADYERTISIXG. . r \ Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dql !r lar-per square of twelve lines for. the firstinscrtion . J.nnd Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. * . Liberal deductions made to'those who advertise by - Ihe year. '/ - JJS**- For-announcing:a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. Governor Orr on the Situation. "In tho Charleston News of last Wed? nesday .wo find a report of' the banquet given by the Board of.Trade on the eve-: ; nipg previous, id?? commemoration of the ' first anniversary of .that body. There '".. were about two hundred persous present, -. including Gen. Sickles and"many officers 'of-the army besides civil dignitaries, both State and Federal. In response-, to" tho first regular toast, "The S...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 10 April 1867

Wednesday- Morning, April 10. All'papers discontinued at the expiration of ibe time for which they have been pdd. jjfej- No name entered upon the books unless Uc money accompanies the order. fgg* A cross-mark iudicatcs that the subscrip? tion is about to. expire. figf- Specimen copies always sent, upon appli? cation. ~lTKrVEESIIY OF SOUTH CAROLINA. . Wo have received a catalogue of this institution, ; .for the current year, issued from the press of W. . W. Bean, Printer. There hive been 108 students "in attendance, us shown by the catalogue, during the past and present sessions. There are eight literary und scientific Professors, with law and ? medical schools attached. Hon. R. W. Babnwell, L. L. I)., is the Chairman, aud Rev. C Bruce ' I Walker, Secretory of the Faculty. The last named ? gentleman will accept our thanks for the catalogue - before us. g ALAltM OF FIRE. ~ - The fearful cry of fire resounded through our : village on Friday evening last, riot long after dark, , and 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. — 10 April 1867

Miscellaneous Advertisements Tax Notice; IWILTT ho at the following places at the time specified for the purpose of Assessing and Receiv? ing the State Tax for 1366: At OrrvlUe, Monday, 3th April; White Plains, Sth; Long's Store, 10th; McCann's, 11th ; Wilson & Carpenter's Tan Yard, 12th; Brown's Muster Ground, Monday, 15th; Townville, 16th ; Peudle ton, 17th r Eaton's, 18th?^evenincjat Craig's; Cen ? treville, 19th?evening at Shearer's; Maj. Gil xaer's, Monday, 22d; McClinton's, 28rd; Holland's t Store, 2-ith ; Moffattsville, 25th ; Tucker's. 26th ; Storoville, 27th; after which time I will.be at An: . .dorson C. H. until 15th May, when the Books will ? J?j closed. ?~ AH Real Estate is taxed 30c on every $100 worth. All buggies, carriages, gold and silver plate,.watches, Jewelry and pianos, on hand first "- January, 1867, Si on every $100 worth. On arti? cles manufactured for sale, barter or exchange, . between 1st January, 1S66, and 1st January, 1867, $1 on every ?100 worth. O...

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. — 10 April 1867

^ft||)tt |ntel%mccr. ?" * _____ 'twas bitterly discontented that ?"morn? ing', arrd there is no denying it?discon? tented with my home, my husband, even with my baby. 1 remember the morning ?well?it was gray and cloudy, with" a low dragging* mist, that chiilcd' one to the bone, and- hung the trees with recking m< isture: Tho black mud, about the ?door of out'western home, was thick and . deep; and the bare floor of our one room was badly stained and soiled by the care? less feet of the rough shod working men. . I had beea cleaning up all the morning, - but the-.more I ? leaned the worse matters seemed to grow; soap and sand only v served to render black foot-marks more ?^visible ; and when a certain puff of wind './whirled the smoke and ashes down the pips of my' cooking-stove, covering the books and tables I had just taken so much ^.pains in dusting off, 1 threw myself in '"'the'"rocking-chair, and burst into a passion of- despairing tears. - We -brought the rocking-chair with u...

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. — 17 April 1867

Ali Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, literature and General Intelligence. V0l7& ANDERSON, S. a, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 18671 NO. 44. BY 'E OTT & "W AI TEE S. . TERMS: TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF PEB ANMTJ&, ' ? .IS UXITED STATES 'CO??EXCT. RATES OP ADVERTISIN&. Advertisements inserted at the rates 'of One Dol 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. figjg- For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars .' jjarsdvance. ... !fne Reconstruction Bill ?TLE GTIJ^LED iN ^EHAE*1 OF TBE . ; ST?TK ?J? mississippi. - ' Washington*, April 4. ?^Tie bill to "be filed by Judge Sbarkey and. Robert J. Walker, in the Supreme - Court-of-the United States to-morrow, is - 'the complaint ot the State of Mississippi . in behalf of herself and such other States as may be "intetested in the premises, who shall, by consent of the Courts properly y make themselves parties here...

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. — 17 April 1867

Wednesday Morning, April 17. All papers discontinued at. tlie cxpira'ion * of tlfe time for. which they have been p."id. .-?sS""" Ko nam(! entered upon the books unless the monev accompanies t lie order.' . A cross mark indicates that the subscrip? tion is* about to expire. jKUy? 'Specimcn'oopics always sent, upon appli? cation. ,? .,,1 ."klll.l.M -III .jjfesVtfy^KSi Sloax. the Superintendent of the Greenville ar d Colurab.a Railroad, will accept our thanks for polite and courteous attentions. .We received-a visit on Monday last from Jon?. C Bailt.y, Esq.. of the Greenville Enter? prise': We regret that his presence enlivened the sanctum for'such a short while, and trust that he wiUTmd more leisure next time. - ggf"*.'What has become of the Columbia South - Carolinian? We have -seen occasional references . to its columns in- other journals,-but;have not re? ceived a copy for several weeks. Will the editor please ruakc a note of the omission. A'SSESSOR OF INTERNAL EEVEN^TI!. We have ...

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. — 17 April 1867

?Tic?on Sates f?r May. SHERIFFS SALE. " BY virtue of various writs of Fiera Facias to. me directed, I will expose to sale on Saledny.in May jliext, boforc the - Court House'door at Anderson, '' tab following property, .to wit : One Tract of Land, containing 300 acres, more : or:less", on waters of Wilson's Creek, adjoining ? lauds of D. L. Hall, Jas. Ashley and others. Le? vied "on as the-property of J. P. Tucker, at the suit of K. C. Cooley. - ; 7Qhe Tract of Land, containing 280 acres, more. ? or less, on waters of Beaverdam Creek, adjoining "lands of Jeremiah.SmithyWm. Duckworth and others. Levied on as the property of J. W. Guy . . ;ton^ at the suit of Charles Ifby and others. Ono .Tract of Land, containing 140 acres, niore ' or less, two miles north of Anderson C: II., ad? joining lands of Mrs. 'Hammond. Dr. A. P..Cater ? ^and others. Levied on as the.propcrty of Reuben \Richey,'"at tho suit of Thos. Harper, assignee, and -others. One 1 Acre Lot, in the tcWn of Bclton, adjoin? ...

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. — 17 April 1867

;"3utkrsoii liitellijgeitccr. Fmfn the Brooklyn Eayle. .'Cori-y 'O'Lanus on the Fatter.of His Country. I have just got over celebrating Wash? ington's birthdav. ? " If he had lived till vesterday he would have been a hundred and- thirty-five years Old. - Just think of that. . It is about the age of the oldest inhabi? tant. " Washington was'a great man. He..was"first in war, first in peace, and ^first in'the hearts of Iiis countrymen, and * belonged to one of the first families of - Virginia. . . * I He was likewise the Father of his Coun? try, ' ? - I [/?? s If he- was alive now I don't thbk he 'would feel proud of his offspring Had:he still.continued to reside up to -this time at Mount Vernon he would not .Be^eligible to a seat in Congress. S^^I^^I^^^^flct Stevens, would consign lain to martial law and dis ^fraVichi^empiit. _ - The soil on which he was born, and on which his bones rest, is no longer of the land of the free, but crushed and dismem? bered ; Virginia vvears more galli...

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. — 24 April 1867

- -: 'Wf^^ott^Bs Sisare ^Ni^^)d?^?niM? :":?ivertbeinent3 inserted at the rates of One hoi ' ?Iar per^UM^ ofitirelve lines for the first insertion - *M*<fc. Cents-- for eachj subsequent,insertion. ., liber?l dedi\ctions' m ade to those who advertise-by ? '. the-Vear. .:Jfsj|^drafln?ujic?ffe a candidate,-Jive.Dollars An Independent Family J?rnal---I)ev?ijd1;? Politics, Literature and General intelligence. ^VOL. 2. ANDERSON, S. ?? WE?NESDAY, APRIL 24., 1867. NO. 45 The Intelligencer Job Office. Havirig recently made considerable additions t? this department, we are prepared to execute "WdDiaiK ?IP M>iL &mm In the neatest style and oh the moat reasonable terihg. Legai Blaiiks, Bili Heads, Posters, Cards, Handbills. EamphletS, Labels; and in fact every style of work usually done in a country Printing Office; 86?* In all caaea, the mohey wiil be required upon delivery of the work. Orders, accompanied with the cash, will receive prompt attention. ^following"' communication ; irpr...

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. — 24 April 1867

? :<g|g^; T.BKMS: . ??-^tVA?.^ r.jVs*..-s---^~^.'-,\i: ..." :?? ?',...? ? JS- STATES O?K?SMCt.' .' ?'dv^'riisements inserted at the rates of One Dol j "iar per-square of twelve lines for the first insertion andi Fiftjr treats- for each subsequent. insertion. . ?Xrt^l3ed?ctions inade to those who.advekise by ' theyear. _ .'..tSt^oi:aj&bunciii)g a candidate, Eire. Dollars inii^firceV>=%\ Wl' \''-' ?? - - - The Intelligencer Job Office* Hating recently made considerable addition! to this department, -we are prepared to execute $m WflDEIK ?IP MtfOi KERBS In the neatest style and oh the most reasonable terms. Legal Biaiiks, Bili Heads, Posters, Carda, Handbills. Eamphlet?, Labels, and in fact every style of -work usually done in a country Printing Office. jgy In ail cased, the money -mil be required . upon delivery of the work. Orders, accompanied with the cash, will receive prompt attention. ~ ;^^.Eej^M-^he Situation. ^^jl^dil^l&llo^iQ^' communication v^omjEtea.^ ?E^fe^EEK...

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. — 24 April 1867

' ^e&iesday. Morning, April: 24. 8@f* AU papers discontinued at the. expiration . of. tb> time jor .which they havo been -paidr ? ?' ? WSF*- NoJiameentored upon theiboofc^nless the' money accompanies the order."? x .. . vr-ij?t A^w^markjodio?^es^?t'ilh?.. sutacrip tion is about tc expire. ; .. jjST^ Specimen copies always sent/ upon appli? cation.^., ;V' ; : . -H?If. B. IV PEEST-CONVBNTIOir QB NO OOIT ; V / - :; V-ENTXON, , - . - ^he letter of ex-Q?Yernpr-vPiBET will command T4^us^Hl)co^tte:.pwple bfctbls-section, who have :beexi accustom his ; ^^wir?^'^lnlo^s^t^ Tespe(!lful, consideration '^^'?!wPJt.4ttwtH^fl?,p^^' conoor?. His political ii?^'j^^"^'^*-*0" unswerying-rficielitjr to the Vt^ja-M-^same^hyito founders, and the leading ? "fti?XttreL ? f.liLlfl'e ha3llbeen.td: strengthen that dew ^-tioir and infuse those principles/ among, the .masses/ i"He pppoit?d^ secession-boldly^'and in.defiance.of the ^^lfck^^ ^ntfmeQt of the State; advised adhe. ?^^?^p^llke^nl?i':tfnd"tlii C...

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. — 24 April 1867

-? ? . ... ? yefeescTay. Morning,-April: 24. 9?" All papers discontinued at the. expiration . of tho tinuijor .which they kavcbeen -pcLcl. , Jlo nameentbred upon the bdok^*nless the" money accompanies the order.'"' ? ?' '?'<*?: <<:'|jjgjj* iircfttss-ma.rk indicates-that >ihe.; subscript t?m is about toexpire. ' - --.U??K 5||iec|men conies always.^sent,*npon appli? cation.-, <>?' ..- ?<?.-..'- -.:. - ' - B. F, BEBBT-'COHVBSIION OB NO CON ' :.-Vr, . v /T?NTI0N,-"\: ' The lei^:??f ;?-Gc>vernoc -^Pxbrt will command > :pei:usa^frpm"iie;.people qfithia section, who hove - '-jopiin^acw his / vaowC8?^^ respectful .. consideration V *. on'every. ii.uj^iloh. 6f.pubitic concern. * JJispolitieal ?^?:.^a;y^den|3'--]foint."to-un^ to the ; ?'. j FJn-i^ asjfrantedby its founders, and the leading -:?-Cj^nr&^ strengthen that devb-; ?; "-tiotr and Infuse thjwe principles^: ame v .'.-Be"ppposiitlBocessiohbold of the *| VM^Utk^ai-sen^^ ?dhe "r^ce^c^io;lIhibn ?ntohrj Coifet...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 24 April 1867

ff^^^^Sfl^fcfer May. rB^Yt^^ to me ?' directed,-! will eqjo.se; to ^ on'. Saleday.in May iife^':befEjre^'eV; Anderson; -:^.lp.C^G(roleyr ?^r^^^l^^f iand; containing 289 acres; more orJ.ess;;-pn^a^r? of Beaverdam Creek, adjoining 4i*:l^dsT'o^ Wm. - Duckworth and V-O.thers.-. Levied on as tofejyreperiy of J. W. Guy '?^.-ton^at thei^iiiti.of Churleelrby and others. C?^?h^iKaet^of La.uoVcont8:ih5hg:140- acres, more ^?"^ess^iwo'miles north oS* Anderson. C. ??[., ad vfl^^in^iand^.?f- Mrs...Ham.iit.ond, Dr; A. P. Cater ^-Jand^otbers-T"Levied eh as the property of Reuben ?-^BioTMjyi- at tie suit of Thoa. Harper, assignee, and ^;.nthers. ? .- ' ?-? Xy^S?n^l-iAe^e'Lot,' i?-the.town of ^Belton, adjoin* ^-fs^f-Pr.rAy. e.-Br?v.Ti and others. Levied 1^da^,th.el"prooerty of D. P:- Strickland; at:the suit ^o^VerStatel ? '. Z''^^i:T^ctb?~Land, containing285; acres, more .i^^^-less,. on /waters of -Three-and-Twenty% Mile '^?^^k^adjeirdng: lands of'Thomas Dickson, Dr. ?^enlcfis"-and others.;>LeviYd...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 24 April 1867

^Abraham Iiincoln's Duet XXTTHEXriC. ACCOUOT OF THE.CAHSE-OS" HIE ? i - ' / * V. .V: . OJuAliREL.. ? ^ C?^ri7j.?ft\ 'Commacjt?: has-' tBe f?l " lowing'very interesting, sketch of an af ?. fair ^at-has never, before been publicly ' narrated. "A correspondent tells .the story: ' Something": more than a score of- years ago^"Spjnn^el3y;the capital of the-prairie State,-:, was the home of. ^ maiden j. who was as* bright as she was beautiful';- and asc'spjrited^and witty, as she- was- graceful " acid:gpodV-1% I- do not name-herr it> be eiiVse^itsher plaice |in ray heart she is too well hedged, aroTind.by love.and reverence , -.' to be brought fortE and presented- to^the ' ai-ofane gazeof the'public^ - As the wife of ." WSenator- whom -all good- men and women 1 too delight W honor, her conserving and purifying power-baji since been shown to " the '^world by the influence it has had in ; Tielpinghim to'keep his life pure and. no ^Th^-^aidenV? Anna, T^H5anse I innstrcaU her something, was...

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 May 1867

An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 2. ANDERSON, S. 0., WEDNESDAY, MAT 1, 1867. NO. 46. ' ; BY 3 0 X' T W-? L'T E BS . - '' TE K MS: / W6 ? 3)0LLAI;S AND ;A HALF" PEE ? ANNtlK, IN UNITED STATES-- CtTflHENCT. RATES OP ADVERTISING. . Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol . lir per square 4f twelve lines -for.the first insertion "?-and Fifty Cents for each'subsequent insertion. Literal deductions made to those who advertise by i. the year. > ? . ; For announcing a-candidate, Pivi; Dollars '" in advance. .... 1 : ;^*M??-' KENDALL* Y - ^ihore' are some seasons'wh'en the grave ; -yttrilseems peculiarly .beautiful. When . "jlialihed-.twilight wings her noiseless way . from, heaven to" wrap the temples' of the -. . daiclin.her.softj transparent .drapery, or ; -the pleasant moon lights' up the mossed > 4rraves,.maliing;lamit?bus-the white scalp t?red;:marble, it is sweet to wander up the Shaded aisles of the slumbrous c...

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 May 1867

.; 'Wejinesday Morning, "-:-:-*-1- . . 52T All papers discontinued nt the expiration of thc'time for which they have been prid. BQj- No name entered upon the boots unless the Cjnoney. accqrapatiies the order. " :> lb. A cross-inark indicates that the subscnp .tion is-about to expire. - . jr^^' Specimen copies always sent, upon appli ' ^cation." ' . .-'.-?. . n:sed the south se^ alaemed t" ~ The e:::raordiiwry situation in which ten States arc placed , at-the present moment induces much ?'. ocrious'thought, and evokes a variety of specula? tion from cy cry qunrt er. The sweeping legisla _' tion- of Congress has -"upheaved; former 'relations; . .and new 'combinations-arc to he-made for the un? seen future. - An ignorant nnd pliable population ; has been invested with the solemn responsibilities '".of the citizen,-and must f?rtn' an important elc jacnt ? of political, strength hereafter. The white . .population submits to the terms imposed by the lyconquerer; accepts the'situation f...

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 May 1867

: , shIe?fs- sale."--* . "BY"-virtue of"-various*writs of Ficra Facias to me directed, I wii* expose to-salc on.jS?leday. in May ^"^eih; before the Court House door, at Anderson.' ..- lie following propjirry, to wit: .'One Tract of La.iid,-containing300 acresj more "^if lessj^on -waters of Wilson's Creek, adjoining *^"*h>hds;of D. L..Hall, Jas. Ashley and others. -Le ;%^Vied pn as the property of J. F- Tucker, at the suit? es? C; Coolcy. '.One Tract of. Land, containing .280 acres,, more "^<?^ Iess, oirwaters cf Beaverdam Greek, adjoining -s^lahd's"of Jeremiah Smith, ffm. Duckworth and fS^-nthers,"''.Levied on' es the" property of J.Vf. Guy l^ituvar the suit of Charles Irby and Others. " '? One'Tract of Land,-containing 140 acres, more "^Ot-.less-,-two iniles north of Anderson C. IL> ad? joining-lands of Mrs'. Hammond, Dr. A. P. Cater - cahd others^ "'Levied on"as tbo property of.Reuben ^:;Rich?yv at the suit of Thus.-Harper, assignee, and ^'?others. Otic I Acre Lot, .n the...

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