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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 10 July 1867

Wednesday Morning, July 10th. ??2?* All papers discontinued at the expiration of tlra-tinre'for- which they have been paid. t&* No name entered upon-th? hooks unless the money accompanies the order, A cross-mark indicate* that the subscrip? tion is about to expire. 8?* Specimen copies always sent, upon appli? cation. AIT- UinPOETDTTAlE STRANGES, We are informed- that,, seme ten days ago, a man named McI?waine was found lying at the gate, near the residence of Rev. J.B. flliXHOUSE, on the Peadleton Road", evidently poor an$ in a distressed condition.' He was quite AT, and was taken into the house and cared for by Mr. HnxnousE and family.- On Sunday night las*, the unfortunate man fell from an up? stairs window,, and dreadfully broke and mangled his thigh, and consequently great? er attention is requisite than before-. Be? ing entirely destitute of money and cloth? ing; andrelieving that the burden should not fall altogether upon- the genero?? and estimable .gentleman: who has thu...

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 July 1867

fptllt l?^m CONFISCATIOIT VS. RECO-NSTBUCTION, The ClarksVi?o (Teno.)- ?hronic?e[ iin-ow.out'an ide*mconnec??u with thoNo&hpTn threat of ton: Sscalion in_tho event.of the defeat of the recon? struction plan, . which- strikes us as" worthy of some attention. If seems" that the Idea-of. the confisca? tion of the lands iii tile Southland their division into, small fares, to bo distributed to the negroes, in accordance with the theory of Wendell Phillips afccV'-Th'acfc Stevens, has-takc-tt A strd?g hbAt?'pon tlicjiegro mind throughput the South.^ - Since the. - close of th'e.war theyhave cntertainedjiveiy ho^es, Sani many of. them have believed that not billy the rignt of-sulFrago wonld-De ^ extended-to them, but that .tiny .would .'receive the .be of "a.general confiscation also', This - Relief has, until recently, -bcerx ^encouraged by- their Radical sympathizers, bet it/now appears probable- that the Radicals have ?over, reached themselves, and that they Anil, pcr iaps, meet with...

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 July 1867

TT? % i 'TOr/ris6%? Ttf WOKE.- '"' -?-??-- . , In the April number of The Land We Love, we find the foHpwing; sensible piece, which; wo -com? mend, to the- careful consideration of our readers. The Bible tells us that the Almighty himself la? bored six days and'rested on the seventh-, and the Son of Mary worked until his thirtieth year, on earth. Are they any too proud to follow such, ex? amples ? Our cause is lost, but shall we hold That all is lost, and weakly fold Our hands in apathy, and eeem Like those, who, wakened from a dream, Lie gaping?turn them to the wall, And into deeper slumber fall ? Our cause is lost, but we remain Lords of ourselves, and may obtain Thrice noble? conquests, nobles far Than blbod>-s tained lautcls- won. in war; Naught can enslave the man who frees Himself from, sluggish slojji and ease. Anff idleness; to aname>. allied;, And luxury and petty pride That pride which counts it pain- ancF soil To earn Ahe bread of honest toil, Yet feels no scruple 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. — 17 July 1867

An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. 0., WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1867. NO. 5. ~ BY.HOYT & - W ALTE E S:. .. , TE\RMS: i .. \ , TWflr' ilOLl?BS AND A BAEf PEE 5 ?^NITM, IN UNITED STATES ?C?BRENCT. EATES '' OF' ADVERTISING?. ' ., . . ... ... . '? . ? . ? ? ? ^dTer?semontB insert ed. at the rates of Ofie-Dol? lar pier squafai>f:twelvc lines for.ihe first insertion and Fifty .Cents for each subsequent insertion, liberal deduction? made to those who advertise by the year. jgggr For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars -in advance. . Congressional. - v ? ? Washington; July 8 . In the ^ouse^a large number of bills " .wire"Introduced and referred without de? rbste:-The Committee on'Elections re? ported that no.person who had given aid ^or comfort to the rebellion- should, Deal: "lowed toswear'in; but disloyalty of con? stituents, or illegality,of elections,.should ? hot "prevent members from holding cer? tificates an...

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 July 1867

Wefesfey Morning, July 17th. All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which they have been paid. No name entered upon'tho books unless the money accompanies the order. ~" A'crosa-mark indicates that the ? subscrip? tion is about ttf expire. 10?- Specimen copies always sent.- upon appli? cation. ? BEGISTBAIION. The public square of this village was crowded on Monday morning last with frecdmea ansioua tc en jirtf the privilege-of registering their names as voters, and thej appeared sorely disappointed when informed that registration bad been postponed in? definitely- . The dispatch reached us too late for insertion last week, stating that Gen. Sickles had decided not t? begin registration in tfiSe military . district until Congress shall have determined more - 'explicitly "who are entitled to be. registered. That| -body having extended the time for the completion of this important work until the first of October, and having passed a bill supplementary and oxpla ? aato...

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 July 1867

- i5.uppIemen1^y?;Act. The following is the text of the supple? mentary- reconstruction bill passed by both Houses of Congress on Saturday last, 13th instant: :^ SeAima?e'dyM, That it is hereby "de? clared to havo been the triie intent and meaning; of the Ant of the 2d' day of. "Harch, iS?T^entitled.'Ar' Act to' provide for the moro'efficient government of the rebel States," and of. the Act supplemen? tary thereto, passed on the 23d day of March, in. the year 1867, "that the govern? ments then existing m the^rebel States of Virginia,- North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi* Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, 'Cexas aud Arkansas, were, illegal ' anitvoid 1 and - that thereafter saidgov ernments.Jf contiouedj-were:- to be .con? tinued subject in /all .respects, to "the Mili . tary Commanders of the-, respective Dis 'triets and to the paramount authority of Congress.' - ." . ? Sec. 2.- That the commander of any dis? trictnamed in said Act shall, have power, Bttbject to the disa...

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 July 1867

Jr. ' .1?AT NOT LOVE YOU, I may-not'16ve you; but within my heart, - "When"night and darkness set my spirit free, And I sit mu8ingfrom the world aparfy There is a low, deep voice that tells of thee. That voice'is sweet and mournful as the tone ~ Of far-off music heard in sleep, Or the wild cadence of a spirit lone' Cer the hushed waters of the midnight deep - I may- not love you, but thy blessed look ' Forever haunts my soul when thou art far ; it glances upward.from each moonlit brook, And down^arefffom: each bright and holy st ar'. R'8 imaged in.each flower that lifts its eye,' At.morn to greet the sunshine and the dew, And in each fairy cloud that wanders by, Floating in beauty over the mountain blue. I may not love you, but" thy gentle words Can stir within my soul its fount of tears, And wake the echo of my heart's deep chords, Like.some sweet''melody of early years. I may not love you, but thy image seems - \A loving radiance to my spirit given; For, oh! T picture thee inall m...

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 July 1867

An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ? ANDERSON, S. 0, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1867. NO. 6. BY HOYT & WALT EES. TEEMS: n^''X?XfcA3S:.-X&b A HAfcF PEE AKITJFH, H1? TOITS? 3TATE3 OCBBE.NCT. RATES OP ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of. One Dol? lar per square of twelyo lincsYor the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made,to those, who advertise by the year. g?p>'. For announcing a candidate, Tive Dollars in advance. c Congr^isskiixsL Washington, July 15. - In the Senate^ the House bill :appropri ating overJa million and a half dollars .for \ reconstruction was reduced by an amend? ment to a million, and passed?yeas 37, nays 3.. The President's message, suggest? ing Federal-liability f^^^ Southern; debts, caused an animated debate andsevere de? nunciation, as inopportuneandcalculated to unsettle the finances. . . The message, was ordered-to be-printedvand th...

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 July 1867

Wednesday Morning, July 24tL ? j@r Alrpapers discontinued at the expiration "of-the titne for which they have Been p:-idl ? -'-^fSST N? name ertfered upon the "books unless t he ^"money accompanies the; order;- ?--"*. A cres^mark indicates thai tho subscrip? tion is ahouutc expire. ?' . Specimen copies always sent; upon appli? cation. THE BATIST- 51?TB C0H7ENSI03F. This body wilt conv-eae in the Bapiist Ghurcb-of ii>thispjace on. Friday next, 26th inst.. Religious - serVicea^wiK beheld on,, the livening previous, at f early candle-light. ?"??f?-? . "WHEAT. Persons indentcd^o this office; vho cannot aet V ?e their accounts by cash, have an1 opportunity of . paying-Hheir indebtedness- with wheat, at the Jipnatkc'. price;- R wii. also be taken for new sub ' -Qcriptiotis. So*, bring on your "wheats settle your. old debt s, and hegin anew. ?-;?: DEATH OP. JOHN E. EOBSEY. - '??:.V-W%..e?rn froltt tieCharleston-Mercury that JoHN.j ~ ?,'SL. ^Hors'sy; Esq.; for many years clerk, of the ci...

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 July 1867

The advertiser, having been, restored- to health . '.r in a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after Spjfoving .suffered for.-several year's with a severe . ,- lang affectitin, and that', dread disease Gonsump tioa-~is'\an^ known "to. .his fellow safferers the 'means of cure. - To alKwhb desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription: used,(free of charge), wiflrthedirec ;. 'tions for' -preparing and using 'the'same', .which ?:? : thoyWill and a stntE core for CoK.suJiPrioN, Asih :'.:t ma, 3rokchiti8, " Cooghs, Coins; and all Throat and Luag Affections. The only object of the ad verttscr in sendlcg ."the -Prescriptionns ti benefit ??'the afflicted, and spread- information which- he conceives to; bo'- invaluable, and he hopes every >? 'sufferer .will try "his- remedy, as it will "cost, them ;>V/ nothings and may prove d blessing., Parlies wish? ing tho. prescription,-; ?see,-byreturn mail, will address :v.-Edward "A. Wilson; ".Vliljamsburg; Kings Co., Nev^Yorki ; Juiib 19/1...

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 July 1867

.?4V' ? ? TEE TEBEE GALLESS. ? By'"CHABI<ES SW?I.SV Horn calleth fondly toja.fair boy straying, 'Mid golden meaddwsy rich 'with clover, dews ; .. She calls?but he still thinks of naught-save play in?, ' And so she.sraib33.and' waye3 him an a'dieu { ? Whilst he, stilVmerry with his flowery store, Deems not that Morn, sweet Morn, returns no more. ~ ' ''?':"' ?-'.???-'.. . Noon cometh?but the boy to niat hood growing, . - Heeds not the time. He sees but one sweet fctm* One young^fairface^: from bower or jasmine grow? ing, ? . : . . And-all his loving heart with biiiis is warm; -So Noon, unnoticed, seeks the western shore, And man forgets that Noon returns no more. Night tappeth gently at a casement' gleaming, . With the thin firelight, flickering faint and'low, By which a gray-haired man is sadly dreaming O'er pleasures gone, as all Life's pleasures go. Night calls him to her?and he leaves his door , Silent and dark?and he returns no more. 45-_?o?? NO . HOSE. : This is the burden of...

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. — 31 July 1867

tab .BYE Ott* V'A L T E E S. Aii^a^feBaerit Fam?yJb^aI---D?YotefI to Politics, Literature and General intelligence; .3; , S. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1867. NO. 7. The Intelligencer Jo? Office. Having recently made considerable additions to this department, -we areP-prepared to execute In the neatest style and on the most reasonable ? terms. Legal Blanks, Bill Heads, Posters, Cards, Handbills, Pampbleto, Labels, and in fact every style of -work usually done in a country Printing Office. 8?* In all cases, the money will be. required upon delivery of the work. Orders, accompanied J with the cash, -will receive prompt attention. ^' ine?-^n?d: "An pasE?foon-' ^ppssed ^on? "tb? ggfjja^ it my " 'reconstruction. The ^TthWj^^oriHe' 'second States; at^ length my objec-. ?^a^age^oi*^ thatv /measure: "*ly: well" ib^VMrno^ ini content merely to re? nd to reiterate my ("onvi^ round and u^nswer?ble^ some points-;peculiar to this proceed ^atvonce to cpii rfieofion" proposes to declare; r J^I?tejaV'ar...

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. — 31 July 1867

. 3. ?ffipiC S. C, WlDNEMffiJ^^ 1867. NO. 7, n :-? ' - ?.:r i< The Intelligencer Job Office, : Having recently made considerable' additionsto this department, we are^prepated to execute ' ' ! JdDB WjDML (DIP jk&Ji? E.HTO? . I In the. neatest style and on'tho most reasonable ? * terms. Legal Blanks, Bill Hends, Posters,- Cards, .. Handbills. Pamphlets, Labels, and in fact eTcryL - I style of .TTork usually done in a country Printing Office. In all cases, the money-will be. required upon delivery of the work. Orders, accompanied -with the cash, -will receive prompt attention. f>!M?rclv 1B67, and will ?^^^H't-ieicl^b^efibii;;. The. !^s^$^fie^8epond ^-^elitlp^^^^fno'pr-. ? reiterate nrv conviction jjelpon^;^ 0^^^6^s:^^e^?re n^T-mea^g^^'some fc w^r^ict? n^ott ??s. .... ?^intenfr-^?f^tbes? g|S?i*e erfeting. g?y.enl ^^renel, States^ ere .not IgflV^ri^^^L^^nd^ second, to?e-p?ra^, ^at'le^twens?c^ieon , ? /^M^tneXolc^Si^fct;' will ; be ^me^riHBxact?r^batit/is stated' ?mg >]l?w, n...

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. — 31 July 1867

: V S^ost'neeoiess to -say? tHa%" tho delegates were i?-:?$*5^^ -their senti-v % meats-accorded with the dominant faction, whose de-i8.hasten^g;thbeountry to i melancholy'fate. *;iVii&-?efe%fctt*^ lending their'cottn .~ ' Jasnance and" aid t? -4lre c ompl'c t c mastery of the -l^fau^a.tiieanteresta of the Radical creed. Wo ??"^?c^ot-^gard the proceedings .of'sufficient inter ''"t*?q!^e people at large that our columns should ?rV~.' ibe" encumbered with an ao_cpunt of the.actions and :d<??g^;o:' tbis?bpdyv jTh^-jflatfonp. contains-the jpal/of.iieir purposes;,- and to this we refer the ^X^ffl^cc^WT .ddia^infoinnation. .>... ? - ? -. <?';---?- . ? 'b-r / ^8otic; jjnTOTJCTWcs. bavc received a letter from our esteemed V v^tiTeir, B:^tT8?eAjffBBU,y E8q., Grand Lecturer \ \ o*:- this- Stat e, announcing 'that he will; be at this - place cai-Mondayv thc^lfith. 6f August, and wjtll re; '."main until .TbursdayV ToUowinjgi:. He* mil;v\sit' and 24th,. :ai^wn >eV.at Walhalla on M...

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. — 31 July 1867

?^!i-.-^>-;- *r?;w-''- r.-> as e"Oie\Appo!n*tmect3 of Rcr. A. jdeisfor.5; th^QreiinTille ^^^pB^^c^bSa^e^^?^c^M^ e. "dr^i?uarter:.;;, nS^at BethlehemV~ .-. Hpd^turday. l^unday and^Satorday. be ^Sunday,, and Saturday ae^^a^etoa-^illage... ?:?ers^ ? Tbursday i ^^^^^h^i^^^^tetiy eo res^t^I&v. .Whitefcoud Smith, and yren;?^%^ |?|p|f|'^ '; c}:^-1^^^^0^iin^hwx restored^ toibcalth rZ:ia&$*&WS^y>j- a very simple remedy,, after ^^^?^^?STL'a^; - -_f_I' '_ .-..idb^BcveraV-years 'with a severe ' lung.atTecbonr and that dread disease ConHnrop iiou?is .anxic-ns. to .vmate.lmbwn"' to his fellow s>f?TOBr??'tIv8:1mean8^)f. oure-.-. /Tp^aUwho deshrejt, ie^will ;send a copy of "the ! of. charge),, with the direct'' {^^^fi^^^n^gr^oadvjis^. the same, which ? theyw?lfind a? adbb^be-fcj CoKso)araos,. AsTn> ^tft^^:^^Pr^'oription:i8 to benefit 'afflicted, and spread, information which he cives to' be inyiJuable," and he hopes evcryj irar* willitry^his'vMmc^jas. it will>ost th em...

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. — 31 July 1867

"?BSAXfc? ILL. " tworuY- ? ?^^J&d^^,r.to;te . -'"^^K'fiff befe*a:no^r '-' J' ?";;-:: n&;t?^eakJhe; beatwe'c?n. ' ^^^^^Sois^^l?e?rt ?bat lain would - hide? .... ^ -iiin ?nc4ijeW^ta'e&^ t ^=g$$ 'v*^'c.^3B^'?i.it pleWafr^UTTOn pride <? ?To imeiamanity but J>ase J ^ .??^?::Se-ie?iiest in tto search;Xor^Qod,^ . ... ' i^^^^l^?i^'iop^oi-'.ali the best we can.. - > .. 'S tfenotthe first to make.it known, ^ Span? $i?$f?&:LeeteSlender, ^^^?fide^in S?u?i Carolina, ^^^^B^^^.YiMPKJ^gniny Po^j" sends ||piE^ a email robber ^^S^^^ii^^ed5;probably_. of deserters -i&m^the'Unmh .and Confederate armies, ^inf^iimmera'' {from; Sherman's ,army, f^^^cK-shddenlj appeared and ?s rapidly ^-^^^^^(^mHh>'-uiefipr of South Carp^ ?^^pa,?^ of Gen. ?.??Patbk- Cobnee, South- Caeolina, July '^'?t^??tt the. last day of April, 1865, being Lee, the ^*8|K?M' of Pendleton and vicinity were; ;:-:J^ii?c?^iji?' ftreportthata.bqdy of United' ?i :ihree thousand ;y;%:io?jw^^ the, village ;:?om<...

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. — 7 August 1867

An Independent Family Journal?DeToted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. C, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1867. ~N0. 8. TERMS: ^ tt? jjQH&ss: Ssb^? fa7,p pas' Ajrinrg, V ? ; is . IN .TOMS? STATES CUBRXKcV. RATES OF ADVERTISING. - . Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar nor square of twelvelines.for the firsiinsertion . and Fifty Cents for eabh subsequent-insertion. Liberal- deductions made .to those who advertise by tho year. For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars i:i advance. . Letter from Htm?;W; H, -Trescot. ?H?zlewo?D, (near Pendieton,) V August; 1^1867. j Felloio Citizens: The relation which, as your EopresentativeL I bavo held towards you during the last. few eventful years, has now been dissolvedby.no act of yours px"'mine. There is no longer a State Leg? islature, in which I could represent you, and evenif there were, I am as you know, one of-those who, by. the Reconstruction ?Actj-are probibited.from voting or holding bifice i...

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. — 7 August 1867

" conscientious citizen," so much., the better ?- for you'and the State.. If. he is ignorant Bnd insolent and vicious, you must realize tibat he is-to be checked and controlled, just-'-as-ignorant ? and insolent' and vfcfous White men are controlled. Bo" not suffer yourselves to be frightened-with-the delu suion that these rights, and privileges will ? make him tlre-cbtttro^ ?" ??Ktica?a'trff con? tinent'.. Thce history, of your race since Bistory has- been written, ought to cure, that fear. Whatever capacity he. manifests to-day for the exercise oi those rights, whether "in- your interest or .against, he owes to his association * of two centuries with-you, and'that association will retain its influence if you will use it as an influ ' once, and not as a menace. What, you fiaye to fear is that the negro will mistrust . you, and that a foreign "and" hostile influ ' ence will be brought to bear against your common interest. To vote against a Con? vention is the surest way" to aggravat...

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. — 7 August 1867

'SE?ISTRATS)N. Sf|; HEADQUARTERS SECOND MILITARY DIST., \ V%;- ? : - CnAuiEST?N, S. .C, "August 1, 1867. J ? : Geherai Orders, JtfbfG?. REGULATIONS FOR RE Q tSJRATIC-N. 'I.I'.REGISTRATION shall commence immcdinte Jyupou tho promulgation ?f '.his order. IL Post Commiuiders^ill be Superintendents of registration .within.their respective, commands, cx ercising;ih additian :to. tho functions hereinafter. spedaUy conferred, agcneral supervisory authori? ty-looking to the faithful'execution- of the several 'iWcVustrnctionActs, the maintenance of order, and ihi.pr?t?cti3u ofpoHtical 4Ti?Rts-. They vrill sus ?oesd.regisirars for malfeasance in office, --neglect ?f duiv,?or-inc?mpetency5 promptly reporting- their action^ith the reason's- ^crefor;. to these Head - quarters^.. . III. The Boards of. Registration are empowered and required to suppress ;all disorders interfering with the.execution of dieixjluties, to cause the ar? restand confinement ct\" all persons falsely'taking .the- oathJipr...

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. — 7 August 1867

True "Wealtii?Our Lands. ?^'Froritim^exc^Gdmgly well-timed article in the" Milledgeville (Ga.) Beeorder, we make the following extracts, and recom? mend our people to peruse them carefully: ? ? The great. advantage the South has. over the North, is in its soil and ..climate; and; necessarily, "its. productions. " It is the productions of our soil. that makes the South great and important,'and the Union- valuable; and very necessary t? the ?wealth of the North. Bat to. the point.we-w.is?-f?-present to theminds of our people.. *We wish to im? press them with the'truth?that our soil, with, its fertility, and productions, is the only wealth that will never fail, ho mat? ter whether, amid revolutions, civil com? motions, or anarchy. He who tills the soil and whose wealth is. in the soilcan ever be independent. As femarked-in the foregoing part of this article, it is our pro? ductions that give us wealth, importance . and position ;, and the richer ..the. soil, the .more the-productions, ...

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