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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 January 1915

Nanzctta's Prescription. Try a bottle of Nanzetta'a Pre scription for impure blood, kidney, liver and stomach. It has pleas ed hundreds, and thousands, why shouldn't it plcaso you.. Doctors and druggists claim it can sot be improved upon, for what it is re commended. Sold and guaranteed by all lead ing drug stores and the Nanzct tu Medicine Company, 114 Coffee St, Greenville, S. C. Pone 1316. IT'S SETTLED you no longer have to wait or send away for your glasses. I havo one of tho moBt complete Grinding Plants in the South and every convenience to turn out your work promptly. You can't realize what I have in ma chinery unless you visit my place. I can duplicate, your lens?don't care who made it or if you break it all to pice do , don't worry come here. I coix refract the most difficult case of eye trouble and write the prescription, grind your' glasses and guarantee the very acme of precision. I have a rec ord 1 am justly proud of and I am keeping pace with tho confidence the pcopie....

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. — 8 January 1915

WilMimiwm.il "i I min , ,ia Und mi mima. , MEIIBUNINiELtlBEM Iffl :t?rt)i ttuJtt Httc>t VV. VV rMOAU fedilo? utid 5S? Sfcr ?? M. Qt.lC.NN.CI? Wd.toi f'IjKU'i lUSSr.fcN. ??VbrOrTnfc Mgr T. ?. GpI>H*fc?,-....t:irrulttUop M?r H. Al'AMP-, 1'*doRH.ph Kdllot un?! F?r?m&h. Kfilcrf? according to. Af t of C?n ftrt-H*. iio 9<f?nd rar)? Mail Matter ht the Vonlonv?. Ht Anderson, tf. r Editorial ai?d 1Vi?1iu*h Ortlco.J21 Job l'HntliiR . . ..W3-t ??? ?Kt. Blx M?bthi.7t ?u. Vont .tMf ?lx Movtb. . 2.Ef Mb'* Month*. \7t tlm Tiii-Uir-uror th,.hi'ttvpri.'d ?>y rarrivr-j (1) IN ' !?>'. tf you fall tb Ipt Vo?r pap'T rv'pUh'rly plr-nHU notify U.U. ?ppOvtio vimii hhiftji) un tho label of yc-ur puiu-r ! < prtntofl date to SjwcU our partir ti rifc'Ul, AH. chcckn and draft* should bo urn'wn tb The Ahdi*rfioh Ih'tvtnwttiOT. iivh ^TbWoWfiT jXi your duty whtch Ko's herein Wo I YKy*?{nd Wy WWiWy !hHv.> i,, n')1lU> ctohror. -cVrfyi*. $ths ydur frUMHl httnh'ch tVWub yob yiftr? Voulibd i...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 January 1915

[HE ANDERSON INTELLSBENGER FOUNDED AUGUST 1, 1860. lie North Mala Street ANDERSON, S. C. W. W 8MOAK, Editor and Dus. Mgr L. M. GLENN.City Editor PHELPS HASSEEN, Advertising Mgr T. B GODFREY.Circulation Mgr. EL ADAMS, Telegraph Editor and Foreman. Entered according to Act of Con gress as Second Class Mail Matter at the Postofflce at Anderson, 8. C* TELEPHONES Editorial and Business Office.821 Job Printing .693-L SUBSCRIPTION BATES Seml-Weekly Ono Toar .$1.60 Six Months .76 Daily Ono Year .$6.00 Bis Montb3 . 2.60 Throe Months. .. 1-26 Tho Intelligencer is delivered by carriers In the city. If you fail to get your paper rei ' vrly please notify us. Opposite yv ? nnme on the label of your paper Is printed date to which our paper Is paid. Al1 checks and drafts should be drawn to The Anderson Intelligencer. OUR DALL THOUGHT Do your duty which, lies nearest thee! Thy second duty will already have bo como clearer. ?Carlylo. Has your friend bill been to boo you yet? o Wouldst flirt with us? ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 January 1915

SLOW 60? STEADY TURN FOR BETTER ACTIVE SPRING EXPECTED] BY RETAIL MERCHANTS OUTLOOK BRIGHTER Holiday Sales Average Well With Those of Year Ago?Low Point Passed, Pun'* Itevlew (New York,) In its issue of January B, says of buaineau in the Mouth Atlantic Htatea that "the ( trend towards Improvement lu alow hut ateady and an active spring I? ex pected." The Baltimore ottiea report" that the colder weather hau had a stimulating effect on the clothing, un derwear and ultoe trado and the out look generally, while among some lavge employers of labor the situation continues rather unaatlafactory, there ' are linen in which there are indica tions of renewed activities, the Haiti more shipyards, iron plants and rail road shopB having 'restored to thoir payrolls sove.rui thousand men. iok porta from thatv port of breadstuff exoesd all previous records, The de pression in the canned goods trade has been to aotue extent overcome and there are now indication of progres sive betterment Dealers In ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 January 1915

SLOW BUT STEADY TURN FOB BET?EB ACTIVE SPRING EXPECTED BY RETAIL MERCHANTS OUTLOOK BRIGHTER Holiday L ties Average Well With Those of Year Ago?Low Point Passed Dun's Review (New York,) in its issue of January 2, says of business in the South Atlantic States that "the , trend towardb improvement is slow but steady and an active spring is ex pected." The Baltimore office reporta that the colder weather has had a stimulating effect on the clothing, un derwear and shoe trade and the out look generally, while among some lav-Re employers of labor fho situation continues rather unsatisfactory, there ' are lines In which there are indica tions of renewed activities, the Balti more shipyards, iron plants and rail road shops having 'restored to their payrolls several thousand men. Ex. - ports from thntv port of breadstuffr, exceed all previous records, The de ' pression in the canned goods trade has been to some extent overcome and there are now indications of progres . Give betterment. Deale...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 January 1915

THOMPSON'S BIG SHOE SALE IS SELLING THE SHOES Men's One lot of Men's $4 and $5 Patent Colt Shoes at - $1.95 Ladies9 One lot of Ladies' $2.50 Kid Shoes at - - - $1.39 One lot of Ladies' $3.50 fll flC Patent Colt Shoes at - ?P1.0?J Children's One lot of $2.00 Shoes j^J |(J Get *em at Thompson's and Save the Difference LOCAL OFFIGE CHARGEN COUNTY DELEGATION BE SOUGHT BY THOSE WHO WOULD BE PUBLIC SERVANTS APPOINTMENTS TO BE MADE SHORTLY Official to Be Appointed-?Salary Paid'Eoch and Length of Terms. Many local appointments arc to be made dur.or tho coming session of tho legislature, and members of the Anderson County delegation say that tho number of men applying for tho various Joba is large enough to turn tho tide of battle In the European \ war if all the applicants could be mustered Into service and would dis play the same aggressiveness they are showing in charging the pie counter. Hard times and a change of administration may have somothing to do with the unusual number of ap plic...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 January 1915

... I. ,li Mil? I Commen?ai Stocks and Bonds. NEW YORK, Jon. 1?Such anima tion as was manifest at odd times in today's stock market wub mainly la the special clasB of securities. This em braced Bethlehem Steel, which rose to 52 3-8, a high price, to the accompani ment of dividend resumption rumors; American Can, whose earnings are said to be very large; Westing house Electric, International Harvester, al though there was an abrupt decline to its minimum by the stock of the foreign corporations; and several of the newly listed automobile shares. Favorite railway stocks were under pressure for the greater p?rt of th? session, likewise United States Steel, which again was offered for foreign Interests, according to board room gossip. In the final hour, however,' and to the accompaniment of more ac tivity than has recently been shown, the whole liBt broadened and advanc ed with numerous net gains of 1 to over 3 points. The short injtereBt In some of the more speculative issues hurriedly...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 January 1915

A Wonderful Buying Opportunity THE unusual thing about our present sale of overcoats is the quality of the goods offered at the prices. Merc arc the highest quality overcoats ;it even price, bought to sell at former prices and wills (he idea of giving the hest values ever. Men's Overcoats. $20.uu Values now.$16.00' . s ?8.00 Values now.$14.40 stS.uu Values now.$12.00 s lo.oo Values now.$8.00 Boys' Overcoats. s7.:So Values now. so.mi Values non-. S.S.uo Values now., S i.<io Values now. s *.ou Values now. $6.00 $4.80 $4.00 $3.20 . $2.40 Order by parcels post; we prepay charges. The Store with a Conscience' Better tieaitn n Urged in Intei By Dr. W. H. Nardin Wl County (Vledu (From ThurBi An interesting and helpful paper !t{ read yesterday before the meeting of { the County Medical Society, held at ;D] tho county hospital, waa that prepar- j C( Cd by Dr. W. H. Nardin. in which he { made an appeal- for bettor, sanitation . " and general health measures in the ;V| city of Anderson. The...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 January 1915

ntellioencEf TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Weekly, Kpfalilfolied I860; Dally, Jan. 18,1014. ANDERSON, S. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1915. PRICE $1.50 THE YBAR THE ALLIES BELI SOON WILL 1 Would Provide the Missii X Troops 1,300 Miles L tween Greece and T Breaking Point Rest x (By Associated Press.) LONDON. Jnn. 9.?Should Rumunla, now that the Russians are on tile bor der. If not actually in TroiiBylvanin, deride to Jolncthe Allies, her army will provide the missing link in the chain of troops 1,300 miles long, wind ing from the Daltic to the Adriatic. This battle line would be composed of Russians, Rumanians, Servians and Montenegrins on the one side, and Germans and Austro-Hungarlans on the other. The Allies believe Rumania soon will take tbe plunge. Other develop ments are expected. Relations between Greece and Turkey have reached the breaking point over the alleged ill? treatment uf Greeks in Asia Minor. It aly Is growing restless over Turkey'a delay in giving satisfaction for the violation ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 January 1915

THOUSANDS Cl R?SIDENT HE MAY BE Declares That There Ma] People Will Have t< Calk Republican Pai fends Administr?t* Warns Democrats N< The Parity?Expresse Come When the Uni1 mental in Restoring 1 (By Associated Pres?.) INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Jan. 8.?Pres ident Wilson in a Jackson Day speech here today, voiced what hta hearers In terpreted as a hint that he might be a capdld?to for tine presidency again in 1910. The audiepce of more than 4,00 pepple rose to their feet and cheered until the Pr?sident called for qalet. The president bad been discussing tho. .Mexican question. Referring to htaVbelief that he knew the tempera m?nt and principles of the American p?enlf*? he added that he would not be. flt tii Stay where be was If be did not understand them. "There may come a time," he declar ed, "when the American people will have to Judge whether I know what I nnj'tqlhlng about or not." Thpro was a slight pause and then th?.c?ow? began cheering. Realising the construction which had bee...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 January 1915

Frank T. Hamliu, who spent the Christmas holidays with his aunt. Miss Lucy Thompson, left yesterday, on his return, to the Canal Zone, where ho has heen employed for the past sever al years. Mr. Hamlin holds a position in the accounting, department of the canal orgunlzation'. , MUNICIPAL ELECTION HELD Beiton Elects Mayor and Five Al dermen?Mitchell Re-Elected Mayor. HELTON. Jan. 11.-Helton held'an election today for mayor and live ul dermen. The election posse il off very plearuntiy, no bitterness from either candidate bring in evldehco. Mayor libeC Mitchell was reelected over his opponent. ex-Mayor J. K. Clement. The \/)te was-fi great-deal larger than the vote of lask vear. Mayor Mitchell received 87 vu tea und Mr. Clement 4C. \ The old ahlerUnen In wards 1. 1! and 4 were reelected without opposition. These gentlemen were: Ward 1?H. L. Tollison. Ward 2?E. ISpese Parker. Ward 4?W. A'. Clement. In wards and ."> the old alderm ?n wert* defeated. J. T. Cox stood for re election in ...

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 January 1915

(HE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER FOUNDED AUGUST 1,18M, 1M North nain Street? ANDERSON, S* C W. W. 8MOAK, Bditor and Bue. Mgr L. M. GLENN.City Editor PHELPB ?A88CEN, Advertising Mgr T. B. GODFREY.Circulation Mgr. E. ADAMS. Telegraph Edltor and Foreman. Entered according to Act of Con gress as Second Class Mall Matter at tho Postofuce at Anderson, 8. C* TELEPHONES Editorial and Buttress Office....*..821 Job Printing .698-L SUBSCRIPTION BATES SemLWeekly One Tear .v..81.50 Six Months. .76 Dally Oos Tear .u.15.00 SIX Months .2.60 Three Months .1-26 The Intelligencer is delivered by carriers in the city. It you fail to get roar paper regularly please notify vs. Opposite your name on the label of your paper Is printed date to Which our paper is paid. AU checks and drafts should be drawn to The Anderson Intelligencer. Let 'er rip, Colo! -o Regular decent weathor, this. -o? That was some speech, Woody, tako It from us. 0 " ' Wonder bow the Kaiser's store of Iron is holding out? -o What's become of...

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. — 12 January 1915

PLANS FOR PAGKINO PLANT AT ANDERSON ARE BEING DRAWN FOR THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE'S INFORMATION MAY BUILD ONE Of Suffice it Live Stock U Pro duced Hereabout Plant May Be Established. (From Saturday's Daily ) The Chamber of Commerce is in receipt of a communication from Packers Architectural & Engineering company, engineers designing pack ing plants, abattoirs, cold storages and industrial plants, with offices in Chicago, stating that work is pro grssBlnv nicely on drawing for a $350, 000 packing plant for Anderson. This does not mean, however, that It is a cut and dried fact that such a pack ing plant is to be erected here right away. The Chamber of Commerce de sires these plans as information only, for the present. It is not improbable that if the rais ing of live stock In this section ot the country continues to increase during the next three of four years like the industry has within the past three or four years there will be suffi cient live stock within a radius of 150, miles...

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. — 12 January 1915

STATE HUGH SCHO< W. H. HAND'! COLUMBIA, Jan. 9.?Good work I* ri-ported by \V. H, Hand, Statu high school Inspector, in his nnnuul re port. In the following nummary of Ills work Mr. Hand shows that there uro 5(20 teachers In the i75 high schools of the State and his observa tions and recommendations wilt he of Interest. In the summary isnucd here thin afternoon Mr. Hand suys: Tho work of tho year bus not been marked by uny sudden leap or spas modic effort, but it lias mude substan tial progress In several directions. After careful consideration i have thought it bent to continue this year the plan of giving by years the growth and development of the high -schools ninre I'.iOti. tho beginning of the work of this office. Nuturally the llrst Hems of Merest are the number of high schools and the tcachlug force. Table 1.?"Number bf High Schools and High School Teachers?Pub? Uc and I'll vu le. ' Fui I Part l in?* time Total High tench- teach- teach Schools ers ors erf 190(1-11)07 . . 05...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 January 1915

PROGRAM FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL tin TO BE HELD IN ANDERSO?S COUNTY BEGINNING TOMORROW DR. J. C. CARMAN I And Other Prominent Speaker? Will Attend the Institutes and Discuss Matters. The program for the Sunday school institutes to be held in Anderson county Is as follows: Helton, Tuesday 18 ?2 O'clock. The schools of Broadway, Helton Martin and Hoea Path townships will send delegates. Meeting held in First Baptist church. Slurr, Wednesday IS?2 O'clock. The schools of Varennes, Savannah, Hall and Corner townships will send delegates. .Meeting held in Methodist Episcopal church. Piedmont, Thursday 14?2 O'clock. The schools of Brushy Creek, Gar vln. Willtamston and Hopewell will send delegates. Meeting held in Bap tist church. Pendleton, Friday, Jan. 12.-2 O'clock. The schools of Rock Mills, Fork, Pendleton and Centerville townships will send' delegates. Meeting held In Methodist Episcopal church. It is hoped every church in the county will be represented at some "of these institutes. Dr. Car...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 January 1915

ARREST IN CONNECTION WITH THEFT OF $52.00 FROM RESIDENCE OF FRANK P. ROBERTSON LAST MONDAY NIGHT A CONFESSION By Clever Bit of Detective Work Constable and Police Get Maude Scales in Toils. Arrested on suspicion In connection with the disappearance lust Monduy night of %:<'i In crush from the resi lience of I'run h P. Hohertson, "?0.1 South Main street, hut released the following day because of luck of evi dence against her, n negro woman of many '"alaises." hut who, through exi gencies of the occasion, is dubbed Maud Scales, was rearrested- Friday night on charges of haUlim stolen the money, und according to Police Chief Summon.-, has mrdc a confession to thin effect. tiave Her Hone. Although the police hud no evi dence agninst the no?ro woniuu In connection with the robbery. They wero niorallv certain that she hnd had somothlng to do with it. But before the bar of justice opinions and moral certainties do not go?one must be able to deliver the goods, which, in legal parlance, i...

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. — 15 January 1915

ntellioencEf TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Weekly, Kpfalilfolied I860; Dally, Jan. 18,1014. ANDERSON, S. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1915. PRICE $1.50 THE YBAR LE L BLEAK VOLUNTMUL GOVERNORSHIP OF SOI RESIGNATION WRITTEN IN RED INK BY OWN HAND CAME AS SHOCK TO THE PEOPLE OF ENTIRE STATE DRAMATIC FINALE OF CAREER IS WITHOUT AN EXPLANATION Lieutenant Governor Charles . A. Smith Steps Promptly to the Helm and Good Old Ship of State Sails Serenly on?Has Five Days in Office. (By Asfloclated Press.) COLUMBIA, S. C, Jan. 14.?Cole L.- Blease today retired as South Caro lina's governor, five days before his second term of 'two years would have ended. His resignation, sent to Secretary of State McCown, was suppl uientcd by a brief message to the general assembly informing the members that it also was tendered to them. Some members of the house-of representatives and senate cheered the announcement of the governor's resignation. No formal action waa nec essary and by direction of the presiding officers in...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 January 1915

THOUSANDS KILLED AND II D?JY ill Twelve Thousand Persons Per ifh and More Than Twenty Thousand Are Injured By Falling Houses ROME, Jan. 13.?Italy has been visited by an earthquake of wide extent which, according to the latest advices, has resulted in the death of 12,000 and injury to possibly 20,000 more in towns and villages destroyed. . The shock was the- strongest Rome has felt in more than a hun dred years. (The town of Avezzano, in the Abruzzi department, 63 miles east of Rome, has been leveled to the ground and here 8,ooo per sons are reported to have been killed. , In many small towns surrounding Rome buildings were par tially wrecked, while at Naples a panic occurred and houses fell at Caserta, a short distance to the east. From below Naples in the south to Ferrera in the north, a dis tance of more than 300 miles, and across almost the width of the country the undulatory movement continued for a, considerable period. fti k?rne it was thought at first that two shocks had occu...

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. — 15 January 1915

-M1 Ii ^ - \? 4 ELECTRIC CIT. * ^ hein* of Interest and Pcfsont # Wireless on Che Si Calliuun Fallt* InvGKtineiit Ce? The annual meeting of the stock holders of tbe Calhoun Falls Invest ment Company, held Wednesday af tornoon at the Hank of Anderson, re sulted In the reelection or the follow ing board of directors: W. F. Cox, R. J$ Mgon, P. 13. CHrtkscales, H. F. Monldin. C. H. Sullivan, W. A. Wat son, il. Cullen Sullivan, J. M. KvanB und E.. F. Cochran. The officers re elected for another year are: W. F. COX, president and treasurer; R. E. Ligen, vice president; P.' E. Cllnk scnlcs; secretary, manager and assist ant treasurer. Mr. Clinkscales be came manager of the company in ,iaOS and since that time the company has paid back to the stockholders the , $41.000 subscribed by them. The \ company now has valuable land hold ings in Culhoun Falls, owning 4.10 acres of land in the heart of the city and the Calh/mn Fulls hotel. o?? A. P. ttpenco Mites I*p Position Here. A. P. Spcnce who f...

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. — 15 January 1915

MANOEit?UN INTELLIGENCER rOl'NDED AL'?LB'f 1, 1*60. lid lioeih Hain titrai ANDERSON, N. C. W. W. HMOAK, Editor and Bub. Ingr id M. GLENN.City Editor PHKLPH SAtiSEEN, Advertising Mgr T. B. GODFREY.Circulation Mgr. E. A1MMB, Telegraph Editor and Foreman. Entered aa second-china matter Ap ril 28, 1914, at the pout office at An - demon. South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Member Of Associated Prews and Receiving Complete Dully Telegraphic Service. TELEPHONES Editorial and Business Office.821 Job Printing .693-L SUBSCRIPTION RATES SemLrTeeUr One Year .11.60 eix Months .76 Dally One Year .16.00 Six Months .2.60 Three Months .-.. 1-26 The Intelligencer Is delivered by carriers In the city. If you fall to get your paper regularly please notify us. Opposite your namo on the label of your paper Is printed date to which our paper Is psld. Al' checks sad drafta should be drawn to The A^Jerson Intelligencer. V i .; o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE o 0 o ooooooooooooooooo...

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