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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 20 November 1867

An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. 0., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1867. NO. 23. BT H?YT & WAITERS. TEE M S: %W0 DOLL ABS AND A F^t/F PEE AHTSTTM, . - W " CaiTKD ST?TJES CUKBEXCT. . BATES OF ADVERTISlistS. Advertisements inserted at tho rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for tho first insertion ind Fifty Ccnte-for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to those iVho advertise by - the year. . |tQ^ ;For ojmouncing a.candidate, Five Dollars $n-advance. , $e}>aie in the Conservative Con? vention. The Charleston News contains a full rc ?V port '?f the debate in the lato Conserva? tive Convention, and which was partici ? 'p'atcd in by many of the leading men present, and lasted more than five hours. '. The e-loqistent and forcible speech of Hon. ioax A. Inolis clearly comprises the honest statement of-facts, and we have ? thought that our readers would be pleased to peruse his remarks u...

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 November 1867

Wednesday Morning, Nov. 20. THE FORM OF VOTING. Although the election for delegates to the Con .. vcntionwill have taken place before this paper is generally circulated throughout the District, -we deem it important to state that the commandiug General has decided that only the votes endorsed ?'For" or "Against a Convention" will be counted. Tho law has heretofore been fairly stated in these columns, and there is nothing therein contained to warrant the construction now. made. ? The editor of the Wilmington (N. C.) Journal ad * dressed a.note to Lieut.^ Caziabc, asking informa? tion respecting the-right of a voter to cast a ballot - ?-' simply for delegates, without any endorsement, and ; that official, replied '-that the Acts of Reconstruc * ifion leave no discretion as to the subject. Only } "those votes for delegates wbteh conform to the Acts. ? -of.Congress By Being inscribed either "for a Con? vention,"' or "against a Convention," can be count . ed in the canvass of votes." Thi...

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 November 1867

; TJ. 1 MARSHALS SALE. ' -BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me directed, "? - issuing out of the United State3 Circuit Court, for '?' - the Bistrict of South Carolina, I will expose to sale io the -highest bidder, at public outcry, at Ahder *r -'-eott C. H., at the present residence of Elijah W. ? . Brown, on the first Monday iu December next, the "following property, to wit: V; HOUSE Am LOT on Vrhicb Elijah W. Brown now lives, situated in ~ ;the Town of Anderson, bounded on west by Mo Duffie street; said lot contains 7\ acres, more or V." less " . TWO HORSES, ; ONE BUGGY, - ; ONE WAGON, \ v TWO SETTS HARNESS, .JpARLOR FURMTUEE, " V V - BEDROOM FURNITURE, ? .--..a^L- ; ?-?;?_.?!. .- . ? And a. lot of other useful household artioles too ?ttuinerous to mention. ? ^"Levied on as the property of Elijah W, Brown, ths suit of Newells, Harman & McDonald. "- " ".-Terms cash oh delivery. . ~ J. P. M. EPPING, U. S. M. I .-%,'????.'-/.,"- ? ? ?*? . ? -~ ' "The sale will be conducted 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. — 20 November 1867

A Good Story. They tell a good story of how the Rev. Dr. Bethuno?now dead?a wit, a scholar and an eloquent divine?was once pat in a queer position by an intimate friend. The doctor at the time was'settled over a congregation in Brooklyn, and was very popular. A Connecticut congregation gave him a call,-and "called" a thousand dollars per annum better than the Brook? lyn people. But he had formed a strong attachment to his parishoncrs, and, think? ing that his sphere of service could not be changed to advantage, he Was not tempted by an increase of salary. So he remained, to the great .delight, of his people. All of the doctor's parishoners; were - vnot saints. There were a few sinners among them?else why preach the gos? pel? And among the last was a jovial pew holder, fond of lush, and apt at all .times to get more than he could conven? iently caxry. Neither ^ as he particular at what time of the day he got drunk. He suited his inclination, and had no method in his cups. Bilkins?wel...

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 November 1867

An Independent Family JournaI---Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. 0., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1867. NO. 24. S.Y SO YT & WALTEB S. TERMS; S ?ND A HALF \ .IX UNITED -STATES CDHEENOT. . TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF PER ASWOTK, ' ?'? ,- RATES OF ADVERTISING. -Advertisements inserted at the rales of One Dol? lar per square of t-wclve lines for the first insertion *. -and Fifty . Cents for each subsequent insertion. ? Liberal deductions made to those who advertise "by . ^ .-the-year. : " -?- "j 'fiSS0"' For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. ^ ' Judge. Chase and the Presidency. y-ManYoX ocr Conservative and some of i-*.-*our Kudieal exchanges have made procla Yjrjfoation since -;he Ohio election that the ?*:dele;it- of tho JRepublica'n'-party in this jr^-State?for"the less of the constitutional ^*"?*nmendtnGnt-and'bf the? Legislature con '...? stit?tes substantially: a defeat?cads now 'rind forever the Presidential - prospects 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. — 27 November 1867

? -.Wednesday Mcniing, Nov. 27. - APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE YEAR 1868. We copy from the Charleston JVVwa, of 21st inst., . the following order, substantially, making appro? priations for the year 1868, commencing October 1st, 1867.. Some verbal changes may be made, but wo are. authorized to.assure our readers that they may^rely upon the order nowprinted as being substantially-correct: It is-hereby ordered that the following shall be appropriated for the payment of the various offices and expenses of the ?tate Government: I. Executive Depaetmekt : 3P?r the salary of the Governor,.53,500; for the Private Secretary of. '"" the Govornor, $1,200 ; for the Messenger of the Governor, .$100; for the Contingent Fund of the : 'Executive Department, ?25,000, to be subject to '? 'the draft of the Governor, and to be accounted for annually by. him to iheLegislature ; for rent of the ' governor's house in Columbia, $300; for two ^? T/n&chmen for. "the new State House and grounds, '--$960- to:be ...

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 November 1867

" ?. S. MARSHAL'S SALE * ~A;. 3Pi C. v. BORSTEL; Auctioneer. I SDUTH CAROXJKTA DISTRICT. '.William Matthiesson, Executor, vs. Louis McLain, .. 'Assignee, and Mary Jane Matthiessen. Fore ?*<< ' closure of Mortgage. BY.virtue, of an Order of Sale to me directed from ?"..' the Honorable George S-' Bryan, Judge of the .- - "J Unit ed States Court for .the District aforesaid, in . the above case, I Trill expose fbr.sale at. public auc * - :' "tion,"in front of the Court House, in the Town of ' ? "'.-Anderson, S.,C, on Saturday, 7th day December, 1867, AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M., ALL THAT >iS0TjSE- AOT) LOT OF LAND, >%; *. ' ? " ' . -"' ' - ? . . -.-' ? -Jif the Town of Anderson, S. C, containing 1-8tli A-cres, \2 " Adjoining lots^f John R. Cochran, and on "west " ? by'Boundary street, "on the south by Church street, :""and lots of Mrs. Grierson, and on the north by street bt tvrceu said lot and Elijah Webb's house ?j* ftndlpt." CONDITIONS. . One-third cash; "the balanca iu one and ...

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 November 1867

atoii |iittl%cnter. An Effective Speech. "A speech, a speech from Wilton," cried V tbe. thoughtless fellow. - "He can't make a speech on cold water, I defy him,", said one of the-number, f "My friends," began Wilton. "Hear, bear! he really is in font now," - cried a young man, whose flushed cheeks gave pitiful sign of his devotion to the bottle,. "Wilton"is"on his feet.'' ' The comrade they called Wilton was a young man of some twenty-three years of agei ~ Upon, his face," within his eyes, a s settled melancholy- vested; his manners were.as'grave-at; those,of ah old man. 1" He was often called "Wilton the steady," \i on.account of his adherence, to principle. The head partner of the firm in whose -;-employ Wilton Was, gave- a great party . " once a year, and it was to this gathering - Wilton, had been persuaded to come. In vain his companions tempted him ~-witb-the. wine that flowed freely: The - ?lfirm"'Considered-themselves good Chris? tians, as-indeed the world "did generally. ? ...

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 December 1867

,y ^ ? HOY ;?^TAL TEE S v ??:^r:-:- : ' '? TE R M S: ? - . ?W0 DOLLARS AITD A "HALF PEB AKRTTM, > * \ ^S",-. ^T>NITr?"7STA;TES - C&K?'E.VCT. " ? '^#35 -{/RATESi;-OF -ADVERTISING. \ . Advertisements inserted at.tho rates o*f;OneDol ? ^?Kper-s^quaro'of twelve lines for fho first insertion ;^?id"Fiity"t!en?s'fqrl each subsequent insertion. .7i2bertiVd'eductions.madeio" those who advertise by *-H"1&iry6WK- ,Ti ? \-'-'-V ? J?or,ivnnouncing.a candidate, Five Dollars. v"inAdvance.; - ''?" . . An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature ana General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1867. NO. 25. The Intelligencer Job Office. . Having recently made considerable additions to this department, we arc prepared to execute In the neatest style and on the most reasonable terras. Legal Blanks, Bill Heads, Posters, Cards, Handbills. Pamphlets, Labels, and in fact every style of work usually done in a country Printing Office. fl?** In r.ll cas...

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 December 1867

- THE pe03fect OF a COFTEHTIOir. . ? - The mail last, night did not bring any definite - information in regard to the supposed defeat, of j the.Convention. The Phan'iz elates that only 55, 000. votes-hav.e been polled in. the State, while ? .62^500 are-necessary to call a Convention. - THE DELEGATES. . ' 2 -?TTie'BiarnngtoV^ a list of the! ? delegates elect to tie. Reconstruction Convention, ? ? from ne?rly.sh-the" Lisrriots-; According. to this showing,r?&number{pf dereg?tes elected is 115, of ; whom 52 are 'whit es, 'SO< brown,' and~38 blacks. Of ?*..^ffie.{wi^'^*ked*-82- are of Southern birth, and ? "18-from the*North.{ : Of-the blacks, only .fire are of J ^itbrthern origin, & We' givo these statistics that the 2 -r^adeiCcan judge of! the complexion of the Conven p . '?qn^?puld that body .convene. . i " 'ysiTJEEIDGE BAILEOAD. ,We publistin our columns this week an editori ^id-fronvtht {Charleston ?o?n?v which gives a Bhort - V- si'oV'.qorrcot statement of .the-conditio...

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 December 1867

7 V'^T^i^bii^faWto^^^^e8Y bidder, at the late. ? -t :"lResidence of Dr. THOMAS - LEE], . twelve.. miles .: \-^ r%oothwes't o^AndersonG:'K;j 'oft - , .'* .-^A.'X'.^:-"r^e" foBowing property, to-.wit.? ?-? :^:|i:fEcir{if land .:? ;: S.\thereon Dr.."Lee Bo* lives, containing / ^^EEti& ^I^K^ ACRES -v '^;^^orepriess, situate in Anderson District, on wa " ^5;Y^/^'^'?ttfe'Geaerbstee Creek, bounded by-lands .;/^j?'V?( ?m. Jones,"Zach. Gentry, and others. r * ^^rNT"Gr IMPLEMENTS, wi^-y- \. ONE-BUGGY, SV-'-^'^- two-cows, VC^-v ? _ lot OF HOGS, \"~ . - \ ~* ' ? "Consisting in part of ? - *"^*y 1 ":l?iano, - '-** V?"" -^Cferitre'-'Table, ' One Sofa, - ' r^^-'Vf?":~'r Bureau, t?U". 5 Bedsteads and Bedding, '.: ? -? - - : Tables; &c:, &c. ; ' <-as-j-BocfkiCflBe, an3 desira ble lot of Books," * *t * *>? > ^ . -.-*? On&.farge. Molasses. Boiler. :.Terms of Sale Cash. ?>-?: ? \^-V . $? ^::VW:>V&HUMPHREYS, v ?? ? ? ---'"" Assignee. > J>^:V;; Nor 27,:;1857 ^ 24 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 4 December 1867

\~rW$t?Ji\*6[d.'to the" highest bidder, at tho late t - - .iwjdence of Dr. THOMAS LEE,,, twelve . miles v?: y^KwUhwesfc of-Anderson C. Hi}- on ' - _ ^^Srid^ Beceniber 20,1867, , .': 'The following property, to wit.-. ffti^B???X LAND ."! -\ ??* v:-S!tyhe*b<>tt' now lives, containing vA: ^BtikE-'1rHUin)R3BB ? ACRES *lji?^orp.;or-Jess,- situate In Anderson District, on. wa :;^.~1?rs'-of la?le Generostee Creek, bounded by-lands ^'-.??f Wm. Jones," Zach. Gentry, and others.. a^^I ALSO, I r i&XmiSG- IMPLEMENTS, Ifefe-^ OSE MtTLE, ?' % ?? -"J%d ONE-BUGGY, : 1 TWO COWS, ^.V^: . LOT OF HOGS, J?iisp^ .Mmpiiheie, i? .? ?; "Consisting in part of ?J^'-?ncy. > ? ' ; - . - ''Windsor Ghairs, -.-; ' / Rocking X3haii%' '^-'I'-r'J"Pi|e.Spfa,-> . >:-v>'",:Vr> ?- Bureau...'.' ?1r.-.r-J' y ? - . -Bedsteads and Bedding, :/;>.;^v;^ ? : - ! Tables, &c:, &c. : ^V^?okiCMe? an9 desirable lot of Books, i*4*?:- j".- "One.large. Molasses Boiler, :'.^y- ? ' >'cv*t" ". - ! ;?&...

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. — 4 December 1867

^ ?J;0 H N M O R T ON ; ?\; :T H jE:; .B UN A WAY SON.. ?Jobd, give nie back that-book." These ?words, spoken in a harsh tone by his * > father, caused John Morton to;start in ? : affright. ." k .-^-"Please, father,.! wasyonlyr-" ; . i "No words," rnteST?pted the 'father-r '-"give 'rae thebook:!''/'\ . . ? . y. .flft th^^^^j^^^n^.^ri^t>1ih^ hands ? job^pa^eU-the Jb.ookip his father;-, who \r- imme&Yiteiy t^rawlt into the firo. V ", " ''Now" Bir, go and finish chopping that '~ >lroshyrand i'emember,-if youquitit" again ? r-iUeforeit is all dene, Til give' you a whip: - f?$SZ0i ? .' .. ? - - '"Mr. Morton was -a "small-., farm er, who --?"- Jived a*few 'miles from tbe-village of M-, in Massachusetts'.. A man pf no literary f: tas^himself; he could not endure it in . * others; and iop, this reason was an unkind and.often -uiijust, father towards John, his .. second 'son^wbo loved books better than ? ? anythingrelse"in the world. ' ' " ." : vJph'nyv5a8 ;pbt;a1a'^;:bo^;_'biii...

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. — 11 December 1867

An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ll, 1867. NO. 26. BY H?YT & WALTERS. TEHMS: . -YW? DOLLASS AND A HAL? PER AKNTTM, IN . UNITED STATES CL'KKEXCY. r-*tr\ -,-.- ... ' .- '-? ......^-^ RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted .it the rates of One Dol? lar jjer square of twelve lines for the first insertion - ftncV Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. - Liberal deductions made to those who advertise by the year. - ? For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars ^ in.advance." - - * z/?? ? - Political V-JTHE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. . ??Hl _ .^-i" The extreme, length of the message '^-transmitted - b}- President Jounson to "Congress on the 2d instant, precludes its .?_?'"publication entire in these columns. We ^ ;l)re, therefore, obliged to present only IhvLt portion reterring to the great problem 'Z''kw reconstruction : The continued disorganization of the Union, to u hi?.h the Presi...

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. — 11 December 1867

-vain, and that ray confidence in their wia ' dorn and virtue-seems iaot to have been misplaced. -v * ? -' Wednesday Morning, Dec'r. 11. WHO 18 "ABIEL-t" -' ' This question has been asked many thousand times, and doubtless unanswered by the majority. " V.tWe have not read the production of '-Ariel," and r ' only know anything of its contents from the com? ments of the press and individuals.- ' The work has ereatedan unusual jfaror? throughout the.country, ' and various motives ?re attributed to the author for attempting,to prove, as he doe3, that the negro 'is & beast and.does not belong to the human fami --"lj. ."E". T. B.," writing to the Charleston Courier .""? .from Nashville, gives the following itom in relation io the author and his work r Mr. Payne, the author of "Ariel," is-here under ?rrest for the murder of a Mr, Allen some time ->r*since. "Ariel" is regarded as a weak, sophistical ? -and infidel book by the best judges. The North ; ~*ias destroyed the temporal pros...

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. — 11 December 1867

ASSIGNEE'S SALE. ' ^WILL-besold to the highest bidder, at the late :^ -?esidenc? of Dr. THOMAS LEE, twelve miles v Bouthwest of Anderson C. H., on Friday, December 20,1867, ? - - The following property, to wife: ^p3toT:?E LAND WhereonJ)r. Lee now lives, containing s THREE HTTNDR?D ACRES ' -"'.Sfore-or less, sitnato in Anderson District, on wa . ? ters of Little Gcuerostee Creek, bounded by lands x>{ Wm. Jones, Zach. Gentry, and others. ALSO, '^ARMING IMPLEMENTS, ; ONE MULE, . ONE BUGGY, . TWO COWS, LOT OF HOGS, BOTSISMILI?) ffOIBHaiPlIJIBIB, . r- Consisting in part of . ; JPiano, ? Ceutre Table, . Mahogany Chairs, Windsor Chairs, Rocking Chairs, One Sofa, Bureau, Bedsteads and bedding, Tables, ?tc, &c. Book Case, and desirable lot of Books, Kitchen Furniture, One large Molasses Boiler. * Terms of Sale Cash. - % . W. W. HUMPHREYS, Assignee. W 27, 1667 24 3 DEFORESTS . .UNIVERSALLY acknowledged the Model Par T?lor./Ma?azrae of America: devoted to Original 'Stories, Poems, Sketc...

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. — 11 December 1867

The Tax Order. The following ovdw, levying taxes for the current year,-hits been issued by Gen, Canby: -HeadQ/BS 2? ~M"lLITART District, ) ? Charleston, S. C, Dec. 3,1S67- j General Orders, iVo. 139. . 1. To provide tor the support of the "provisional government of South Carolina; fortho year commencing on the first day of'Oelbbeiv 1867. ending on the tjiir . tierh day of -September, 1868. the Act of the Gentmil^sojnbly, uTq raise supplies for the year commencing in October, one " thousand eight hundred sixty-six," ap? proved December^, 1S66, vvill, as herein? after Ttiedified, be continued in force until ;r superseded by legislation or until other-j ?wise-ordered by proper authority. ' ARTICLES TAXED "AD VALOREM." I. On all real estate, twenty-five cents on every hundred dollars -. provided, that on such'lands as may be in the possession oftho Bureau ol Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands on the first day o( . January next, and the owner or claimant is thereby deprived of its oc...

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. — 18 December 1867

p ? -.. ? ; x': ~ ?" An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. 0.f WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1867. NO. 27. B Y.HOY$ & WAITEfiS. : TERMS; T\ST0 DOLLABS AND A HAU PER AOTTTTM, l? ujsixinj statks cttkbexcy. RATES Of ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of t'srelv? lines for the first insertion and Fifty Cents far each subsequent insertion, liberal deductions made to thoso who advertise by the year. jfcgf* For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. T The Tax Order. * ' The following ord )r, levying taxes for the current year, has been issued by Gen. Cariby i ?- Headq'rs 2d Military District, ) Charleston, S. C, Dec. 3,1867. j General Orders, iVo._139. 1. To provide for the support of the pfovisionalgovernment of South Carolina, lor the year commencing on the first day J ' - of October, 1867, and ending on the thir- J tietb day of September, 1S68, the Act of the Gejncral...

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. — 18 December 1867

Wednesday Morning, Dec'r. 18. TO- HASHVILLE ANS BACK. Mr. Editorr Anderson is not the largest and most important place in the world. G. & C. R- R. is not the only civilized institution of the age, and South Carolina is not the only State in the Union. I have been to Nashville?and I say it most sol? emnly?Anderson is rather a small place?not near as large as Nashville. If I knew where to begin, I would try to write you an interesting account of ?what I saw, heard and experienced from the time I left our Burgh Jtill my return ; but unfortunately my powers of connective description are very fee? ble, and therefore will have to write at random? currenle calamo. The- scenery from Columbia to Augusta is by nc - means 'enchanting. Very little sign of life and ? energy. The whole country reminds one of an old -roillrpond?water stagnant, frogs crying as if for - Tcry existence, but doing nothing. Micawber-like, ihe "people are evidently' waiting for something "to turnup." Lreached Augost...

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. — 18 December 1867

ORDINARY'S SALE. BY Tirtue of an order from Robert Junkin, 0. A. D., I will expose to sale on Salcday next, within the usual hours of sale, at Anderson C. Hi, the follov/ing lots of lands, to wit: . Lot No. 1, Situate in Anderson Village, containing one-half acre, more or less, on MeDuflic street, bounded by G.W. Fant on the east, and J. W. Harrison on the south. Sold to make distribution among the heirs at law of Wm. "Mi? Major, dee d. Teums?On a credit of twelve months from day of sale, purcha? ser giving bondaud good security, together with a mortgage of .the premises, if deemed necessary, to the Ordinary, for the payment of the purchase fiioney?costs to. be paid in c.tsh. Lot IVo. ??, Situate in Anderson District, on waters of Hencoop *-creek, bounded by lands of Luke Hay hie, A. Rice *uHt others, containing four acres, more or less. Sold to make*distribution among the heirs nt law of Win. N. Majors, dec'd. Terms?On a credit of twelve mouths, with interest from day of sale? purc...

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