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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 June 1867

Wed^esda^J4omng2_Jime_5. {pgy- All papers Utswoiilinuea' at ibo expiration of the time for "which" they have been p?id. Jjgjf-'K? nahe entered upon the books unless the money accompanies the order. k-a'h jggjr A cross-mark indicates that I he'-subscrip? tion is about to expire. gg|r Specimen copies always sent,, npoa appli? cation. . .. _? THE ?TTOKNEY GENERAL'S OPINIOH. We publish in another column an analysis of the opinion.of .-Altorriey-Gener*! Sta.nbeiuiv, udou the clauses of the Military Act. referring to voting and holding oSco, ' All persons entitled to vote are c?mpeteut tobecoine members of the Conven tion'rand only those are, entitled to vote", under the provisions- of this Act, who register their names'in accordance with the instructions of the military upon the question. The order provides for the completion of the registration by the first of September, and'in not.less than thirty duys af tcrwards'the election for members of tho Conven? tion will be holden. If you expe...

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 June 1867

"> festival of st; john THE BAPTIST. ? \ The. brethren cf Hermon: Lodge* No. "116,.A. F. : ^?cordttalTy, ij^Ue.'H'h*in Lodge, No. G8, A. Fi M? - ;jBurnfrg-Bosh Charier, No/ 7, R. A. M., and nil other-Lodges, and Chapters convenient, to join -with - then\ in. dedicating their, new Hall and celebrating the Festival of St. John the Baptist, on Monday, ?the 24th day of June next. All are earnestly re? quested to. come, and especially those who favor the cause of .Masonry. Persons living in the vi? cinity are expectedta come prepared for & general Pic Nie. A large committee of Ladies has been 'appointed to superintend the table. The Grand - -"Masteryand other officers of the Grand Lodge are^ ?espected.to be present, and suitable addresses, will - Ve deliveredtipon the occasion. Come, brethren snd friends, and let us have a feast of reason and flow of soul. .. W. HAMILTON, Sec'y. .' ^3tf'ay>3, "1?67. ; . 47?7 BpiiDg B?sli Chapter, No. 7, K/.A.\M.\ A.- REGULAR, r CONVOCATION OF B...

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. — 5 June 1867

TEE LOTTERY TICKET. A- SKETCH FOR HAZAED-SSEKEES. BY SYLVANU8 COBS, J? Barnes Laiming was a mechanic?a young, honest man,- whoser hiebest ambV %G& was to gain a comfortable home for blmself-and wife, and to be-thought well of by his neighbors. He had built him? self-a' house, and there'still remained upon ft a.mortgage of five hundred dollars; but this sum ne hoped to pay in a very few y/ears, if he only had his health.; He had . fcaloulated exactly how long it "would take ?KimHb clear off this incumbra.nee, and he went at work with; hi* eyes- open. 5 - One evening, James came home to his ? sitpper more tbouglitful than usual. His young wife noticed his manner, and she ?inquired its cause. U . ' lv4 What is it, James ?" she kindly asked. "Wny, I never saw you look so sober be-' fore." . ? ^ . . *-TTeli, I'll ?tall-.yoa, Hannah," returned tooyoung man, with, a slight hesitation in his manner. ^1 haye been thinking I Bhout?biiy a lottery ticket."" Hannah Lanningdid not answer ftmn...

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 June 1867

An Independent Family Journal---Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 2. ANDERSON, S. 0, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1867. NO. 52. bt hoyt & waiters, TERMS' TWO ;DOLL??S "AlTD A SALT PJ3B ANN1J?, IN UNITED STATES CDRBENCY. 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. Ugs? For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars .in advance. Letter from Hon. B. P. Perry. To the Editors of the Columbia Phoenix ; There is one important and vital fact which should be remembered by those who are going to vote for a Convention. The military bill makes it obligatory on the Convention to provide for unqualified negro suffrage in the .Mate Constitution. No discretion is left with the Convention, to adopt or reject this odious feature. They are not allowed to establish impar? tial suffrage, and requir...

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. — 12 June 1867

ffietlhesdaff M?niiflgf Jims 12. All'papers discontinued at the expiration df the' fiino for which they have been peid. 3??* No name entered upon the boots unless the ""*o?a?? *o^yi?a^sia&kKfti???sCc0 ?~_,_ fion- is about to expire. B??" Specimen copies always sent, upon appli? cation. ?^???ii HOME AGAIN. It is proper to state that during the temporary absence of the editor, on n visit to family and friends in Laurcns District, these columns were presided over by the junior proprietor, Rev, W. E. Walters,- Editor of the South Carolina Baptist. We desire to thank him thus publicly for- tho kaid" ness conferred, and at the same time to assure the patrons of this journal that the recreation afforded f>y the recent trip'has increased our determination to labor for their pleasure and profit. FINE SPECIMEN Of OATS'. ThVfallest specimen of oats, grown upon up? land, we have ever "seen in this section, was left at our office a few days ago . by Mr. James Webb, of j ^ThiajjgtficT. Fiv...

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 June 1867

lew, Advertisements. Revenue Collector's S?le. I WILL.offer for'.sale on Thurspay, 10th ihst., ?t the Anderson Depot, the following:. Eijjrht Gallons of Whiskey. Sol&for violation of Internal Revenue laws. . . N.Mc ALLSTER, Deputy Collector Andcrsc-n District. June 12i 1867 52 I THE STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA. ANDERSON DISTRICT. WHEREAS,-. Allen W. Clement has applied to iae for Letters of Administration on the Estate of James Reese, deceased : . These are therefore to cite and admonish all and Singular the kindred, and creditors of :said deceased to be and appear at my office or> the 25th June, ' 1867, to show cause, if any they can, why said Administration should not be granted. ROBERT JUNKIN, o.a.d. June 12,1867 52 2 Notice to Debtors and Creditors, : . ALL persons indebted to William L. Wharton, deceased, of Andersou District, S. CM are hereby notified that they must come forward and make payment before the 20th of July, or th ey will have to settle with an officer, and have...

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 June 1867

" .. Vmm LEIGH'S PROPHECY. ? J . "BY CAROLINE GONTiAJ), ' ~ " ? - ? ' ? * ' ? - "She will die young," .. Stern.- old Dr. Arnott turned toward the speaker with an air ?f angry con? tempt. fWhat 4oyou mean-by that,,old.croak? er?" l\Notbing, brother, to vex you; I need not havp^spoken," .sard Leigh Arnott,. . meekly drV?pin^.Jbfe grey beard to the - ^ands clasped-updii- his cane '?"-But you did- spcakyand you did res: . * me.."1t believoyou arc as much bewitched with Marquis Can* as Rachel herself." i .".I think him a very- promising yoUng ? than?I dOj indeed, brother DouglaRs." "Ho is no match for Rachel. He shall not.have her.. I had rather?" ? ' "Brother." . ' . - The~ oid: hxan?the elder of the two, Xeigh ArnOtt, rose trembling to his feet. (i "Wei!;" said the other angrily, "what wasrI going to say that you fly upon me , like that ?" * "I was afraid you would say something . ' to repent of." & Humph I Here, Rachel! Rachel, ' " AV^?ung girl in the garden below look . ed up fro...

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 June 1867

?An Independent FamUy Journal---Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. 0, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1867. NO. 1. -y......-?-w--r__-___v_ . . 3 Y H;0 Y T- & .17 ALTE E S. / '\ KATES ~'0F - ADVERTISING.' Ajdyeripfi'emttta^ex^iti Wt> the Tates-of One Doi-.r qnct Fiflr Cents for. each subsequent insertion Iiiber?l'-detf^ ? the yean ? . - /' - ^ V: -? : ?'} ' ': jtfffi^i'iJ: ^ '':.[" ? : . - ? j*.;*.:'.... . ^^^^^^^j (Mtieised. 3U^-EDj^oR::^Th whahaye .commentedbn -the letters, .of "Goy.' Peniy hav.e^tr^ated^jnm :-with\:grj9aV tenderness. jWhiie cohderhnmg his policy^ ' his seriti Tmente^hd;^ believe this ? consistency,.(4?o,:' hayoi-heen- muefi.'ap}' rphindedV >,He Is -preser?^d^as .a; model of ? the .virtacs.^the- stHtesmai, withpiit the' poJicy-of a statesmaD^ ^Weltl, ta this we do hot'object.;- "ji^e :-Kkc -fair ?-?eriticism-^ ^b^^iath^ than "blame-,--and we ^ ^^H^-a|>j^^^eoi;iiL: :a'ie^spaper. But , .nra^^w.hat^fhaff-Goyc iPerry's "patr...

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 June 1867

We?aesdgyi Horning,^ June 19. ? AU papers discoritinuedafc- the expiration Of ?ie.time-lbr whichMthcyhave been, paid- ' >!? ,-No name entered .upon t he-bc^ ? money,accompanies, ibobrder. . " ? "'- - "??jfjA cross-rahrlc indiciiWs taat-tbe subscrip? tion is about toexpire. .Vr ' '"?'.".' Specimen copies always Eicril, upon appli cation. ?? ?? r- ?-_' .' . ''.'-. '-' NEW VOLUME" "- '?'* '"vritn this^number begins. the third yolumo-of ihev InieHig&kppr.-sinco4he".war, :"It is-usualj, - Qh. suAlro'c casio'ns, to review-the'past and make^:promises for ---the future. In this ..instance,tjbaUydisrcgard . "-^e^usloai,-'and-be". coutent"wltifihe record*inade .^during the past -two years. Most corlainly," there ' has ?cver "been, a pericdj-within.^oj^remcmhrauee; .^ieuuV"\?aars?difficult-.tq' discharge acceptably'<lie duties of a-jo?rnidist.'" The anomalous condition of the -country, .c??plod with the important' place ? ~ . occupred by' the press'Jnj?^senirpating^o..only. : light 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. — 19 June 1867

's'-' A^RE&UL^ ,0F KIRAM ^^SBpwiil" be heldin the ip^gc'Room^MQX;'-' ^'^^t^iaHT.t July, -f* USG7,/- o't': "kalfVpast "seven ?I' ? '::' -By.order'.of-thc-W; V,M.?:.. ? ; " ' *' B.-Bcj^HIS?; Secretary. ..? ~ V :-'; -V5T ' ' ? i ,. - 3-. ' "t^jKB^^ffeeTor sttlobn^ Tbursdiy, iOth .instant, .dTor"vibl??pU"df internal, Revenue-Laws. '? & "\ ????n: mc alister,. -' -; -. ? ?: ??. Depittv Collector Anderson District. ? ?^^?^"^^^?ldV''-?t; A^ersijit fourl- House, on M?n; ^-Jday-.'?ieV ^?;i;^i^t; day of : J-aly- iri'exi,*' ? ' T? th.o-highestbi.dtier; the- cntfre stocky of: Leather ^tojnging-'to iBe Estate 6t'l!..iA..~ Osb'orne, dee'd, f^to^t&gpf - - ;_ ./v - ? jrffBp*jrr ii"'nit?fj- ji r each*. <-." ?*SThe.Lcather will be sold in- quantities to sultl I ?;"puieli^;>'.rs.:. PTJB^.!;-F?EKITTJE.Bi 3',theV.ClIEAPEST lpf -of -F?RNIT?RE ^^^^'^-^^^^^fl-i^ii i Dji^nr;X^?inber Suits &t S?V- j ^%i-;.ff^CBU,jtH"ot!age Bedsteada-at Ten Dollarsi ..ALSO,-. ?". -.. <: ?$ 'JlOC'gTX-G-...

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 June 1867

$BiE -TWO PARSINGS. , The following iristruetive history is from the; .'-Philadelphia - -National Baptist' It should serve as an'%?warping -to- those' i who.place the.intoxicatin^eup to the lips: - of .others or to .their o wn : . " -.- -' v. ? :One; wmtey'.fcvemrig, 'many .years-agp, a ,; fair .young girl stood .beifore-ti?; glass- in - her oTv-ri-jjleasant- M,or:'rpoin, living -the 5 last tpnches>to her toilet. That night was. the;nrst party ot the.season, an<iL; perhaps,. jEmma might he excnsed;if'she^lingered.?; little longer than usual, smoothing once agalrr ft?c dark browit -hair, and^adj.usting the;?oft foldsrof'her. neautiiiil .dress. V^C?m?^lj^ Tier, mother, at ..'"'- length,:5d;ait;aYrftTdthat you; -forget that 1 Mr. XB-?is waiting for-yoa,'*'. ??"? Ko, JInima hai:aiot . forgotten the rosy flush-that stole1 across her-cheet'.te^ ?s'she jstood arniling 'at her.reflection-.in.tho glas'Sj had" boeh, "Tins is the color w-lnch- he likes; I; - ? am si?-e he wiU';be^plea'se...

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 June 1867

An Independent Family Journal?Dcroted to Politics, Literature anfl General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. 0., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1867. NO. 2. Jwfyf?ott Mpfi BY HOYT.& WAITEES. -? "" TERMS: TWO DOLLARS ?ND A HALF PER ANNUM, ? IK UKITKD STATES CUItftEXCY. RATES OF ADVERTISING; Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar rier 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. US?" Eor announcing a candidate, Five Dollars "in advance. ?. _Jo_ Power of Military Commanders. The opinion of Attorney General Stan Berrt as to the power of the military commanders under the Reconstruction Acts is too elaborate, for our columns. .The following oxtraicts embrace the con? clusions, and satisfactorily show the limit of the powers conferred : : I find it impossible, under the provisions of this Act, to comprehend such an official as a Governor of one of these States ap? pointed t...

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 June 1867

Wednesday Meniing, June 26. All papers' discontiflucd at the expiration e-f tho time for which they have been paid. ? EcS* -*o name entered upon the booSs unless the xnon'cy accompanies tho order. jgg? A cross-mark indicates that the subscrip? tion is about to expire. . J3^* Spcch?etf copies always sent, upon appli? cation! ' ' NT/MB EE THREE. If you want to know where to find the cheapest goods, and the most cheap goods, and Cheaper goods thanhavo been in this market for many days, call at No. 3 Granite Row, when? you will'find the Sullivass ready to show you an endless variety. FuTUSTTUBB. In these times, when there is so much "marrying and giving in marriage," obliging husbands and fond parents want to know where to purchase ele? gant settB of Furniture. The advertisement of G. F. Tolly answers the question, and we commend his-establishment te tho patronage of the. public generally;_ SODA WATEE. We hat e sung praises to HuBDA.ni>, thy nice lit? tle man in the nice little store...

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 June 1867

Sew' Mvertlseniieiits. <6 to m ? osb;orne CAN STILL BE FOUND m .' the bat," AND nll.persons indebted to him will find their Notes and Accounts in the hands of an officer for -.-collection, without any reservation whatever, after . the 10th day of July next. I have numerous small amounts due me for goods obtained on short time since the war, and unless the parties come forward and"pay up before the day above specified, they may expect to settle with an officer. This1 action is imperatively demanded on my part, as l must have money to carry on my business. .?ATs'o.T have on hand a good stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, &c.tlwhich l will sell FOR CASH ONLY, as cheap as any one in this market. ? t . W. M. OSBORNE. June 20, 1867 '2 2 pendletw factory. WOOL CARDS '-A.T this place are now in complete running order. "All the "Wool offered will be carded into Rolls of -the best quality at short notice, at the following rates'for cash: ? ".. : ~ " ' ' All Wool, Plain and Mixed Rolls, I2Zc...

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 June 1867

.From the Louisville Courier. OLDEN MEMORIES. BT J. B. "Alt Hl CK. From the dim, dim shores of the sorrowful past Comes the phantom of memory to me, As a billow borne forth by thedesolate blast From the storm-beaten heart of tho sea: TTith a thought of the beautiful years long gone? Those brightest, divinest of years? It murmi'js, to-night, in a rythmical tone That melts me to sadness and tears. It brings back the dreams of tho better time, When our heart like the music of birds, In the metrical flow of a melody-chime, "Were wed to the sweetest of words? When we gathered rich blossoms?wove garlands of flowers, . That emblemed love's holiest vow, As the wreath of fame, we counted as ours, "With a diadem for each brow. ? Ah'! rtis sad to think of those dear, old days? " The world-was so beautiful'then? Ere fancy and feeling had foUowed the ways Of wicked and sinful men: There.were innocent pleasures and soulful smiles, In the being of passionate youth? A faith that no art of the tempt...

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. — 3 July 1867

An Independent Family journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence; VOL 3. - ANDERSON, S. Q, Y/EMlTSDAY, JULY 3, 1861 wTsT BY ffOY-T & WALTERS. _ ? & ?, , . . ? _ _ _ ."w-( . ; .TEJEIMS:. TWO: D?L^ASS AITD A HAJJ PIS ANNUM, ? iii U SITED STATES CUBPENCr. . KATES OF ADVERTISING. . Advertisements insetted at Hie rates.of One Dol? lar per squarebf-tw-elve lities fbr the firstinsertion and Fifty Cents for- bach euuseq?e'nt"insertion". Liberal deductions made to those ?r?ti advertise by the year, t ?. ip ? . r Jg^'.For-ari?o?ficing a candidate; Five' Dollars in advance: . v . ' _ - leitet ?_<3>_. ..__ x. Interview with bid Th?d. Mr'^Drake^?ne'?f.tBe-editors of the. .Union[Springs Times, who 'is now travel? ling in the .Northern StateSj. had aoJnter7 view a few days since with Thaddens Stevens at hi9 home. .. We. copy Mr. Drake's interesting report i of the., con 'ference: ' I visited Lancaster, and in the fore tioon of Friday, 23b! ihst., obtained an au?...

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. — 3 July 1867

Wednesday Morning, Jnly 3rf. " $3?~ All papers discontinued at the expiration of rhc time for which they have been poid. jgg$=> No name entered upon the books unless the money accompanies tbo order. jggy A cross-mark indicates that the subscrip? tion is about to expire. jjgf? Specimen copies always sent, upon appli? cation. PIANO TUNING. E. ET.-Feaster, of Fairfie*ld, will roraain in An? derson for a short time, and-* will repair or tuno Pianos at reasonable rates; He may be found at the residence of Roy. W. D. Beverly, and any orders lb# there or at this office will receive prompt attention. Wc have known Mr. Feastee for many voars, and cheerfully recommend him. MASONIC DEDICATION. A clear and succinct account of tho dedication Of Hcrmon Lodge, No. 116, A. F. M., on the 24th nit., will be found upon our first page, copied from the Abbeville- Press: As We were unable to be in attendance, this account will prove more satisfac? tory than anything wc might write from hearsay on'the ...

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 July 1867

Grand National Entertainment, For the benefit of the-. LADIES' SOCIETY In Aid of the Siifetiflg M DestMePoor of &0i?tt ? tfiUHako place iaM&ikg^ '67. > The fiLadieV Society b? aid of the Suffering and " Destitute Poor of the. South" would respectfully and earnestly,call the attention .of the generous ?orUieJ?jSttb?ctei'-tfie gheat distress and fearful coffering-now: prevailing in the Southern States, letters are^daity--received from thc^ South, from ? ?he GeVeraterCommandlng, Governors; ministers and eminent citizens, furnishing the most heart? rending details of the actual wont,- famine and " .starvation in theirimmeulate-neighborhood. The ^following few. extracts from, the very many betters >received'by.the Secretary and Managers > f the ^Societyarerespectfullyreferred'to:. ?H'uQu.uiTEns, 4th Military District, . -(Mississippi and Arkansas,) Vicksbi/ro. Miss., May 18,1867. , I ttniigla^'>te^ee that the attention of the gentle ??nnd'humane-ladies of'the North is...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 July 1867

* THE LAND WE LOVE." BY FATHER RYAN. Land of the Gentle and Brave! Our love is as wide as thy woe, It deepens beside every grave, Wliere the heart of c hero'lies Urtf:" Land of the brightest of skies;. Our love glows the more 'mid thy gloom, Our hearts, by the saddest of tics; Cling closest to thee in thy doom. Land where the desolate weep! In sorrow too deep to console, Our tears are but streams making deep The ocean of love in our soul. Land where the victor flag waves, Where only the dead are free, Each link of the chain that enslaves, ? Shall hind us the closer to thee: ???fond where tne sign of the cross, Its shadow of sorrow hath' shed, . We measure our Love by thy Loss, ^ Thy Loss?by the graves of our dead. gm fits *?mw ?mk. "MY EAKLt FEIEND. "Gertie is .so lovely," I said, glancing at my ow"n image, reflected in the mir? ror, ........ I had just twined snowdropsinmy hair, Which drooped low on my neck, and Ed? gar said, as he stood watching the finish ing^touches given to my ...

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 July 1867

An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. S BY H?YT ?.WALTEES. TEHMS: 5fWO SOLLABS. AND A HALF PEE ANNT7M, IS tjsitbd states C?H&eS'cY. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for the firstinsertion b.nd~.Fifly ' Cents, for euch, subsequent insertion; Liberal deductions made t? those who advertise by the year. For annd?ntiing a candidate-, Five Dollars In advance.' Iketter from Hon. B. Fi Perry. To'the. Editors of the Columbia Phoenix t There is still heart and life in the re? public. The recent opinion of the Attor? ney-General shows that civil liberty is hot yet dead in tho American Govern? ment. He has demolished the absolute despotism of the military commanders in tho Southern States.. They are no. lon? ger to make laws for us, and remove, at will, our public officers.... The State Gov? ernments are to bo recognized and con? tinued as provisional.governments, w...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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