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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 April 1868

Wednesday Morning, April 8th. All papers discontinued at the .expiration of the tinie-forrwhich they baTe boen paid. Jgg?* Np name entered upon the books-unless the ' Money accompanies th? order. J!?gr A cross-mark indicates that tho subscrip tion'is; about to expire-. ^:j^^"5^i?en copies always sent, npea appli *- -cation. ? ? ' \? - . " CLUB BATES. ? -Ten. eoplcs-for one your* : ? * - $22.50 .Twenty.''> ? " .'?".- - ' 40-00 ?1- ?fcr every club of twenty pr upwards, the getter -tsp of the:"club "will bo entitled to either of tho fol ' ."lowing agricuitorafjonrnals for.oneyear,.as a pre \~asiam,- vis.: "Southern CultiTator," "American -?gricu?turist," or."Favm and Garden." Th? mon ^yinust always accompany tho order. ITor Governor : ^ IX Porter, ~ OF CHARLESTON, - For Xdeixt.-GrO vernor s ?mM. t. c. perrin, . OF ABBEVILLE. 'i -<?r. . .... ' . - . : -. ... V ^Secretary of State s tfr Bamriel O apers. ^iidjutant and Inspector General: ;??? C?tt P. THOMAS. Treasurer i 1TILLXA "SSL...

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. — 8 April 1868

. Ardos'TA? April 4.?Cotton market advanced 2c, but the advance checked business.; sales 240 bales?middling -30. Chaklzston. April 4?Cotton active and ad? vanced 1 to lie; sales 2,000bales?middling 31 to NW Tone, April 4--Cott?n excited and lc? better; sales 19,0000 bales, at SO. UNION REPUBLICAN TICKET. For the Souse of Representatives. JAMES WEBB, Farmer. JOHN R. COCHRAN, Mechanic. Dr. N, J. NEWEL. As the gentleman nominated for the Senate has declined, there will be no nomination made for that office. , To the Citizens of Anderson District. For the Legislature. For Senator. Db. J. H. REIDj of the Dark Corner. ^ For Representatives. B. FRANK SLOAN, of Pendleton. ?JOHN B. MOORE, of Anderson. " Dit. JOHN WILSON, Williaraston -At a meeting of the citizens of Anderson end vicinity, the above named gentlemen were selected to represent the Conservative party as candidates ;"or the Legislature at tho approaching election. _ la presenting this ticket for the support of the .people general...

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 April 1868

[advertisement.] To the Voters of Anderson District. - Having been nominated for a, seat in the Legislature by the TJuiou Republican Partyiv X .have reluctantly accepted the . nomination. As I am before you as a candidate, I ask yon, as friends and fel? low-citizens,.to lay aside all passion and ? prejudice, and let us reason together upon our duty and true interest in this emer? gency. That I am a member of the Ee publican Party, is freely conceded ; nor aTalashamed-of the affiliation. With me ? names-are nothing?principles everything. That Party favors internal improvements; oncoarages immigration ; gives the public lands.to-the industrious settlers; builds the ? Pacific Railroad; raises funds by national and individual contributions, and donates > them to tho South, for the encouragement of education, tho feeding of the famine 'stricken, and the protection of the poor. "The Union Republican Party announces through the platforms adopted by con? ventions, What its desires and de...

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 April 1868

An Independent Family Journal?-Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. C, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15. 1868. NO. 43. -" ? * 3 -T H 0 YT & WALTERS. 'Jr TERMS: .\ T"WQ- DOLLASS AND A HALF PER AlHniM, IN CNITSD STATES CUltllENCY. ?U-A^'V" '-r.*Z ?- ? . . . : . RATES OF ADVERTISING. r* "*" - " v. ?. -. ' .-*?.'?' ? ? .J.- : "Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol ?'? lar'per^quare of twelve lines for the first insertion and-Fifty- Cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deduct ions made to those who advertise by Cthe year. ? vv \ For announcing a candidate. Five Dollars " in advance. .VSb v : ? ? ' ' ^-"4ddxesses to the People of South ?t? Carolina. -. *- V' v">'0. L?OUR COXD1TIOX AND OUR DUTY. J. \.lt is'useless to deny-that tlie country is \>ln a sad and most deplorable condition. .-^Poverty and-want are broad cast over the ."J^and. - ^Whei'e formerly was the abode ot '<: wealth, refinement and a-generous hospi taVtty ytliere 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. — 15 April 1868

; -Wednesday. Morning,. April 15th. ?@**- All papers discontinued at the. expiration - of the time for which thej hare been paid. ?-' -B@* Np name entered upon the books unless lu the money accorapaniei the order. . 5?* A cross-mark indicates that the subscrip ,tion is about ta expiro. - "- Specimen copies always sent, upon appli : cation.- - club rates; 3 ;Tjai copies for one year, - - - :$22.50 ^-^'wenty " . |.? . " ". - - - 40.00 For ?very .club of twenty and upwards,, the getter up of (he.club will be entitled to either of the fol *-. lowing agricultural journals for one year as a pro ?l 'rni?m, viz : "Southern Cultivator,'.' ?'American ^^Agriculturist,'' or "Farm and Garden." The mon ?^?y must always accompany the order. - EOCXY SITBE BRIDGE. "Wo aro gratified to. laarn that the trestle over fy Rocky R?rer, near this place, will bo completed . "within- a few days. ' DISTRICT COURT. "i"'. The3!Cond quarterly session of this Court began on Monday last, but ia consequence of a mil...

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 April 1868

.--? ? m **v4.TFfJB oTJoacribers. manufacture Type, Revolving, r-JJ?U,bie*cad Single Cylinder Printing Machines. Bed. iand matten kPower Presses, ? for . V pWSPAPEE, BOOK, . job and Gard Printing. V?ji; ?- ? ?.' ? - They would call attention, of Publishers of " Kewspapers to their new :?l - r a ll way ? J t - NEWSPAPER PRE1SS, dyjoicitls speciully. designed to supply Newspapers ?*?f moderate circulation with a plain but servicea? ble Printing Machine, and one capable of doing Also Job Work of every description. It can be iyio. easily, by one man at a speed of 800 impres? sions per hour, and by steam will give 1,000 to "t>200 per hour, without noise or jar. --.The Press occupies a space 5?xl0 feet, and can Ibe,worked .in a room 7 feet high. . Weight, boxed, ?fr.OOQlbB, Their ... . . ? - . . SINGLE LAB,GE C TL INDER SAM "FAINTING MACHINE, ? ? COTJISTTRY PRESS, /jTxalso a convenient and durable Printing Ma ^thiae.-capable of doing the entire work of an out -of i own. office; . . It ...

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 April 1868

;,;g?#:ir liiifingf?i?i ? j&'Beautmil Tribute to J&Vwbme and ^Children bf the S?uth,^ "Thc .following article'from "tlio^j^^l of the South, is so deserved and?|lg??ii? "a tribute to the women and children - .?he" South/ that we take the. Xiberty . transferring it .entire-to oar1 columns, a """s8"?red that our readers will.peruse it wi as much pleasure as we have done : southern women andciiildren. - Where are the .women and children History? Why, do they, so seldom a J^peav? H?ve-they had nothing to do wi _ shaping the- events of the World ? . A rmen:tlie-only actors in the great dranu v"Have-the_-wpmen and children no part p?ay? And ii they have, why do we i ' yery:rarely meet with them in tho seen' . and aKs of history? And when the 'gentle faces do appear, how is it that thc ?-?are "kept far- off. in the obscure bael '?" ground,.dim as shadows, scarcely seen j ^all?Or, if seen, almost unnoticed? TV ; xead the annals of _a' thousand years; ? . -turn over page after pago ; ...

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. — 22 April 1868

".fSTO dollars - and a half pee AjnSUMv t'K c| || r;Ap^| ofJ^ver^sing^^^ r per square of twelve lines for the firsrinsevtion -! and-" Fifty Cents for. each- subsequent.; insertion. - Liberal dodu^fianS ihade'tb those wb^"!aa^?tise^6"v ?' i the year. * > - ' * ' -'. f ?! - f fiSg? For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars An Independent Family Journal?Beyoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. ANDERSON, S. 0, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1868. NO. 44. The Intelligencer Job Office? Ending recently made considerable additions ts this department, we are prepared to esccuto In the neatest style and on the most reasonable terms. Legal Blanks, Bill Heads, Pc-stara, Cards, Handbills. Pamphlets, Labels, and m fact every style of work 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. fcfv Stcrip^i^X^thc^cdaraiioiJ of Rights ^^^t^je^^^P?VtS^B^I^^^^^ia?lJn?^? ...

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. — 22 April 1868

BY HO YT & WALTERS. TERMS: TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF PEE AKNTJM, -,- lN^LXlXKU STATES-C.UJIKENCT. ? ... K.?^.. .'- ._"_>__,.-._ -j "? RATES OF , ADVERTISING^ AdTWTtiaements. ins'ertcdtat the-rates of One Dol-. tar 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. Jgfr For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars ? In advance. Ali Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. 0? WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1868. NO. 44. Tlie Intelligencer Job Office? "flavin? recently made considerable ailditions t this department, ?ve are prepared to execute irmz 01 ail zzi ! Iu the neatest style and on the most reasonable j terms. Legal Planks, Dill Hcadj, Poster*, Cards, j Handbills. Pamphlets, Lubels, and wi fact every i style of work usually dei*?* iu accrjutry Printing j Ol7:ce. I t-J" In ali cases, the mor^y will be required i npou d...

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. — 22 April 1868

. iWl&lsday Morning, April 22d. ill papers discontinued atthe^expiration :? ^thfctime for. which they have been paid. jftgy? No name entered" upon the book* unless ?'?llie money accompanies the order. ? ' ygr*- A" crass-mark indicates that the.subscrip " tibn is about to expire. . "flS* "Specimen copies- always .sent, upon appli - eati?n. ; ?'- " V'-;. CLUB BATES... " ia^copiei for one year, - . - - $22.50 ? -Twenty ' " - - - 40.00 Forevery club of twenty and ,upwards/the getter 1 np-of the olub will be entitled to either of the fol? lowing agricultural journals fsr one year as a pre " >jnium,VTJZ': "Southern Cultivator," "American - Agriculturist," or "Farm and Garden." Tho mon \. ^eyrmustalways accompany, the order... "- ??SS- HEETDfG OF THE COSSEBVATTVE OT? < ZENS TO NOMINATE CANDIDATES JOB THE BisTBicrr cmcss. ; It will berseenthat> call is made by the Ander- 1 ^i^^fm^^?l^^K^ IP?88 nieeting of the t conserva'tiye votersat this place.on Monday next. Th^.meetiog ia al...

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. — 22 April 1868

. ?y^cium^md??fis cevi. Bona'fide Quid . ' 'I' i pro quo i- . - : ? ' - ??' .-? THE subscriber offers to farmers throughout . * . the country the ? ;EGYPTIAN CORN, . Whtobi upon trial, iris found to ripens planted ^?ven'tbe last "of."July.." It- is estimated, from its . '?jy ^prolific-'qualities,-to. yield J60 bushels per ....\acre?. and reigns, by sealed measure,- 65 pounds to the ouebeU This, corn-was produced by some .vprocuiwfc'diwct-'frora Mr. Jones,'our. consular -\;*genr, directly nn his return from Egypt, v Iiu?eds>no different culture from that of other 5 'Varieties, and in the South two crops can.be raised in one season on the same .ground. It grows in * ^the-form"'^^^je^^i^^p^^m ears have ~.' grown upon dne^HVockohnd will average from five '". to fifteen. ! For dornestic use it is unparalleled When ground and properly bolted, it is equal in color and fiuencss to whea^n flour. As a forage ? 'crop, by sowing in drills, or broadcast, for early - feed, there is .no kind 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. — 22 April 1868

Life of President Davis. \,'' ?. The JLitk of Jefferson- Davis."?By Trank IE "l>AriFj?Ei;p, l*te, Editor of the Southern Literary" ?"' Messenger..^ '.-'- Tbts isu thick volume, small octavo, o! nearly 700 pages, well'-printed, on good ipapei'j and neat'enough for: the library. ^5>ep?bii?Vei-steirud that the work will ^p?t";be pnt on* sale-tn the book.stor-s, and " that they desire an. agent Jrtr its circula tibir Tn -every.county of the Stale. So '.'persons seeking the appointment will ad .- ? dress *kTbe STatio ha! P u bj isb ("fig Co in pany, ^|^i^jE^^^|^^'G^r|t^ "A-h;on ^^?^^^^ a welt engraved, three ".^^artet'vlongtli.^portrait of .ex-President. ^l)avis, from a recontly-takon photograph, g "Fhe^acqfully-^fronts the "spectator, and ^aflrits iiitcsf and the attitude of the figure, '^.i^orrespond nearly with most of- the pot straits wo have seen, and this engraving, ?^felfhink it probable, is quite as.-good as ?;^n^ which has been made. It may be re? plied.: oo as accurate.^ ...

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. — 29 April 1868

An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics. Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. C, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1868. NO. 45. BY HOYT & WALTEES. TERMS: TWO ?OLLASS AND A HALF PER. ANNUM, IN UNITED STATES CURRENCY. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol wr per square- 6f itfelve lines for ihe first insertion *\lad Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion, liib'eral deductions made to those who advertise by ??he year. For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars !? adv?n?*v &REENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD COMPANY. PRESIDENT'S REPORT. To Ike Stockholders of the Greenville and ^Columbia Railroad Company: The President and Directors respect* fully submit, Herewith, their annual report t>f the operations and condition of the road for the year 1867 : The earnings of the road for the year are, as shown by statement No. 4: From freights.?.IH 162,698 82 Passage and extra....... k.. 90,o95 25 Approximate Government ac? counts. 4,958 ...

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. — 29 April 1868

Mmtm gvteHtgeitft*, Wednesday Morning, April 29th. Jggy* All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which they have been paid. fg?? No same entered upon the books unless the money accompanies the order. Jg5?* A cross-mark indicates that the subscrip? tion ia about to expire. *J@* Specimen, copies always sent, upon, appli? cation. CLUB RATES. Ten'copies for one year, - $22.50 Twenty M ?* " " ... 40.OQ For every club of twenty and upwards, the gutter up of the club will be entitled to either of the fol? lowing agricultural journals rar. one-year as a pre? mium, riz: '?Southern Cultivator," '?American Agriculturist," or "Farm and Garden." The mon? ey must always accompany ihe order.. PRESIDENT'S REPORT. The report of the President of the-Greenvillo and Columbia Riilroad Company is published in this issue. It is a satisfactory exhibit of the condition and prospects of this Road, and clearly evinces the energy and activity of the present management. The annual meeting of s...

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. — 29 April 1868

Press Forward and Stand your Ground. & NO. V GRANITE ROW, Are now Prepared to sell any Article you may Want. BEFORE enumerating,any of the articles kept by them, they would state that they have the Largest Stock, Best Selected, and most Varied Assortment, J3JY& THOUGH WOT JLEAST, The Cheapest Stock brought to Anderson in many Years. flffio man mm?> mm mm CALICOES, MUSLINS, FIGURED POPLINS, MOZAMBIQUE^ LENO'S CRAPE MOEETS, BEE AGES, and a nice lot of Other Dress Goods. 3 WHITE GOODS, SHIRTINGS, oleac'd & brown, BED TICKING, HOOP SKIRTS, BONNETS, HATS, TRIMMINGS, for Dresses and Bonnets. IN THE SHOE LINE WE CAN'T BE UNDERSOLD ! Boots, pegged and sewed. Men's Shoes, of every description, Ladies' Shoes, Boots, Balmorals, Slippers and Gaiters. Give us a call, Ladies, we can give you a nice fit, and the prices are certain to please. A Complete Stock of Men and Boys' Hats, from .50 cts. to $5.00. '.A U3(D!B MIT (KEMPS9? MlAiDY-MAIDS (DlOTUmS. A GOOD COAT FOE ?1.50 I And a be...

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. — 29 April 1868

|?fejit Jiitclltpttr. The Election. In order to present pur readers with a fair estimato of the condition of things throughout the State, we havo selected from our State exchanges such paragraphs as tend to show the feeling and purposes of the white people. Wc begin the com? pilation with an admirable address from the Democratic Club of Newberry, copied from the Herald: The Central Executive Committee con? gratulate the citizens of this District on the recent- elections. We havo utterly failed to cany thorn; but we have proved that the white men are united, and that, many of the colored men have recognized and discharged their duty. Twenty-eight hundred and fifty-nine votes wore cast. Of these eight hundred and nineteen were Democratic. One hundred ot these votes wore Oast by colored men. Only fifteen white men voted the Radical ticket! And ,not one of them of an}* social or political position 1 Nearly halt'of the white men of the District did not vote at all. Wc bare not shown our ...

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. — 6 May 1868

An Independent family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1868. NO. 48. ' ; . TERMS: - ?WO DOLLAEP) ?KD A HALF PEE ANNUM, *' rf* ic- ii >'?=.-- ' : -'. */ is*csir?D- STATES . CCIlREXCr. RATES, Of ADVERTISING. r Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol itt?^iia ajjuum?' T* 3 . ?"-?? -. and'Fifty "Cent?"for each subsequent insertion. - Liberal deductions, made to those who advertise by the year. ? '? jg@f* For ?nnojiBcing a .candidate, Five. Dollars in' advanc?. " ' - r^^S'M^st-Eemarkable Letter. .'fSPWYT: of the- radical religious press . ". .. and pulpit. >. ..? ji ? - .?}'; - ? ? . \ yy;: ) Chicago, III./Nov. 12,1867. . jlofhe Editor. oj?Alte-'KMZ\?(le Free Press : "I have . noticed lately several (edito tonai\j*Uus^ paper to what If^TOris^'-blft-W^hTO^tter % feeling among ?:..the pepple pf.JSast Tennessee in regard to ? Me.tp?diit...:?i?orfth *? prop?rtVj. and in yours pf^tfre ?tlwnstan.t, under ...

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. — 6 May 1868

-Wednesday Moniing, May 6th. All papers discontinued at the expiration of tho time l'or which they have been paid. gfa"-** No name entered upon the booka unless the money accompanies the order. fiS*f A cross-mark indicates that tho subscrip? tion is about to expire. S?~ Specimen copies always Bent, upon appli? cation. CLUB BATES. Ten copies for one year; - - - S22.50 Twenty ? " ? " - - - 40.00 For every club of twenty and upwards, the getter .up of the club will be entitled to either of the fol? lowing Agricultural journals for one year as a pre? mium, riz: "Southern Cultivator," "American " Agriculturist," or "Farm and Garden." The mon oy must always accompany the order. ^,^-^^?*^??^??^^a^??^^????^^''-*'-->~,*<,**** WEDDING CAKE.. Net a slice, dear reader, but au entire cake ! This kind remembranoe'is- of such rare occurrence that we wish to put due-emphasis on onr heartfelt thanka to the bride and groom, whose nuptials ure fcappily chronicled under tho appropriate heading. ....

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. — 6 May 1868

?puraL MARRIED, at the residence of the bride's fath ?XV ?a the29?;h April, by Rev. B. E. Mauldin, Mr. W: E.; Smith, of Georgia, to Miss S. Meek . "WitiiAaa, of South Carolina. Thus are blended two loving hearts. May their * lifhole. existence be ono of joys unmarred, and prosperity untroubled. May no trivial sorrows of '' earth ruffle the bright sea. of life so confidently V - Bad so happily embarked upon. "The bride you so long sought is won, The foe is conquered now, * ! ?Braptured joy enshrines your heart, ' ABcLvictory's wreath.is on your brow. V Take her, and with her while away : . \ Earth's mortal's happiest hours ; . ?nd^may your pathway in this life. Bestrewn with beauteous flowers." LUCIA. CUBES - .': Dyspepsia, ? Indigestion, ?;3)iarrh?a, Pever&Ague, - .. -2*?i? - and Geaer^al Debility;. .* 'Wo- have, after long study and many experi -. meats, succeeded in producing" what we claim to * be the - -Best- Bitters and Most Pleasant Beverage ' In use. compounded as it is o...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 6 May 1868

iikrson Ju?e?^cnter. I'M Take What Father Takes.. ?"".What -will you take to drink ?" asked - the waiter of a young' lad, who for the .iirst timo accompanied his lather to a pub? lic dinner. Uncertain what to say, and feeling sure that ho wo'uicl not be wrong if he followed his father's example* he re? plied", "Til take what father takes.'' The answer reached his father's ear, and, instantly the responsibility .of his po? sition flashed upon hihi. If ho said, "I'll tak? ale,"' as he had a 1 ways said before, ?his son would take it also, and'then ! And the father shuddered-as tho history ot several young men, who, once promising .\as his own.bright lad,- had bcen.ruined by ^Stronii drink, started up in solemn-warn? ing before him." 'Should his hopes all be blasted,, and that open-faced noble lad be come ?-burden and a curso as they had ..-?become-?, But foe strong- drink they " would have boon active, earnest, prosper? ous men ; and if it could work such ruin -, npon iiietn/yas-Jifo^...

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