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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 10 January 1861

The Old Story. Mamma, mamma, young Eddie Joucs, Who called for mc last night, And by the fallen oak sat down, Beneath the moon's soft light, Whispered so many pretty things About his country home, And took my hand in. his and asked If I would be his own. He called me beautiful, and said My hands were snowy white, My lips were coral and my eyes Were like the diamond's light; And then he sighed and looked so sad, And seemed in such distress, That when he asked mc to be his, I had to tell him yes. Fie! fie! my daughter, Eddie Jones, A nice young man may be, But "he can't keep a hotel," nor A husband be to thee; He's nothing but a country clown, And does not own a red, Before I see you marry him, I'd rather both were dead. But dear mamma, young Eddie Jones, Is wealthy, I am sure, For old Spondulicks died and left Five thousand pounds or more; And all this money is his own, Besides his country home ; Mamma, mamma, I'd rather be His bride, than live alone. I know he loves the vory ground,...

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 January 1861

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, IS ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY, AT ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 8?*" If delayed six months, $1.50; and $2.00 ut the end of the year. JTAMES A. IIOYX, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Advertisements inserted at moderate rates; liberal tkductions mado to those who will advertise by the Contention Bocumntts. ^Declaration of the Causes which Justify the Secession of South Carolinafrorn the Federal Union. -^The following report of the Committee, o? which Mr. Memmingcr was Chairman, was adopted by the Convention: The State of South Carolina having de? termined to resume her sepcrate and equal place among nations, deems it due to her? self, to the remaining United States of Ameriea, and to the nation of the world, thatshe should declare the causes which have led to this act. : In the year 1765, that portion of the British Empine embracing Great Britain, undertook to make laws for the govern? ment of that portion composed of the thir? teen American Colonies. A struggle for the...

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 January 1861

BY YESTw^fT^nENlWS MAIL. _^y?snviLLE, Tenn., Jan. 15.?The Con? vention bjll was passed unanimously by the House, on Saturday night. There is no doujbt that the same will be passed in the Senate to-day. Charleston, Jan. 15.?-Georgia is be lievvd to be all right. Hon. B. H. Hill, a prominent politician, has been converted to secession. Charleston, January 15.?Reliable de? spatches received in this city, state that Mr. Ilayne has had an interview with the President, but that nothing definite has been arrived at. Springfield, 111., Jan. 15.?Gov. Yates' inaugural was delivered to-day. It is the most decidedly abolition, anti-compromise and anti-secession document since the cri? sis began. Harrisburg, Penn., January 15.?Gov. Curtin's inaugural has been delivered.? He says that Pennsylvania will repeal all unjust laws, and promote fraternity and peace between the States. He denies the right of secession, ahd says the first duty of the Government is the enforcement of the supreme law, and t...

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 January 1861

ANDERSON PRICES CURRENT, Correetod weekly by England & Bewley. bagging, bale rope. bagging twine, adamantine candles, sperm candles, rio coffee, java coffee, tea, rice, N. o. sugar, (c) coffee do. (b) do. do. (a) do. do. crushed do. loaf do. n. 0. molasses, West india do. salt, ~$ sack, $2 cast steel. german steel, blister do. swede iron, english do. band do. sheet do. castings, nails, rifle powder, blasting do. lead, shot, "?3bag, indigo, madder. blue stone, linseed oil. $1 train do. white lead, 25 lb kegs, S2 french glass, s x 10, s do. do. 10 X 12, 3 do. do. 12 X 14, 3 mackerel, in kits, No. 3, do. " " 2, do. " " 1, tobacco, yarn, $1 i shirting, osnaburgs, Country Produce. 10 to 0 (<i) 12} 23 23 ? 30 45 (tCj 50 18 0 20 20 co q i.oo G.1 (a 7 11 ? 12' 11* (a, 12 12* 13 Qt. 13.1 14 14 & 15 G5 40 & 45 2-5 22 (7, 23 14 (,,) 15 10 (a 12.', GJ (?/ 7 " o.i (a> 7 ? ? io G\ (,, ID 5 ? (i| 00 ? 7 50 00 @ 5 50 ?.? (ji. 10 25 (a;. 2 50 50 20 Hi (u. 18 10 @ 1 25 J 00 @ 1 00 5...

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 January 1861

cojRREspojNrr>ETsrc ? between the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, and the CiMMISSIONERS FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. The following correspondence was read in secret session, and from which the in? junction of secresy was removed. Washington, December 28, 1800. Sir :?"We have the honor to transmit to you a copy of the full powers from the Convention of the people of South Caro? lina, under which we are "authorised and empowered to treat with the Government of the United States for the delivery of the forts, magazines, light-houses, and other real estate, with their appurtenances, with? in the limits of South Carolina, and also for an opportionment of the public debt and for a division of all the property held by the Government of the United States, as agent of the Confederated States, of which South Carolina was recently a mem? ber, end generally to negotiate as to all other measures and arrangements proper to be made and adopted in the existing re? lation of the parties, and for the cont...

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 January 1861

%\\ Jinbrprnbrnt |(ourita(?gciofcb to |joIitics, literature, $tcfos, florals, Agriculture, Science iiitb art. BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. ('., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1861. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 23. THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, tS ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. AT ONE TJOLLAE A YEA2, IN ADVANCE. If delayed six i.Ulis. $1.50; and $2.00 at tlie end of tlie year. JAMES A.. IIOYT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Advertisement* insrri:-! at moderate rates: liberal deductions made to those wln> will advertise by the year. fegislatik Swumtnt. THE TAX BILL. The Committee of Wars and Means, to Whom was referred Message No. 2 of Iiis Excellency the Governor, the report of the Comptroller General, and the various subjects requiring the raising of supplies, report: That, ujiun in examination of tlic report of the Comptroller General, tli^re appear** to have been a deficiency iu lie supplies raised for the la?l fiscal year of $88,523 And thnt the followingS:~: :': r, ?::., ~;re unprovided for, ...

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 January 1861

From IVashiugtou. "Washington, January 18.?It is under? stood that Hon. A. B. Greenwood will accept the portfolio of the Interior De? partment, at the urgent solicitations of some Southern men. who hope, through him, to be able to check any precipitancy on the paat of Buchanan's Administration. Greenwood is a strong eooperationist, but is opposed to coercion. Holt declares that his views have been misunderstood in the South, and that he is not responsible for the existing state of things. He" is much mortified at the scene that occurred in the Executive Ses? sion of the Senate, yesterday, and yet it is said that to-day's doings in the Senate were but a repetition of those of yester? day. Hayne has postponed sending in his communication to the President until Monday. In the House of Representatives, to? day, Sherman made a regular war speech boisterously, in allusion to the Morris Is? land affair, for protection to the United States flag. Crawford's reply was a mas? terly defence of ...

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 January 1861

BY YESTERDAY EVENING'S MAIL. IMilledgeville, Jan. 21.?In the Con? vention to-day, the following preamble and resolution, written .by Hon. A. LT. Stephens and Judge Linton Stephens, and presented by Judge Ncsbit, was adopted, as follows : Whereas, from lack of unanimity in ac? tion, this Convention, on the passage of the Ordinance of Secession, indicates a difference of opinion amongst the mem? bers of the Convention, not so much as to the rights which Georgia claims, or the wrongs of which she complains, as to the remedy and its application, before resort? ing to other means of redress; and where? as, it is desirable to give expression to that intention which really exists among all tho members of the Convention, to sustain tho State in the course of action which she has pronounced to be proper for the occa? sion, therefore, be it? Resolved, That all the members of the Convention, including those who voted against the Ordinance of Secession as well as those who voted for it, will si...

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 January 1861

CjjaiiliSjibing jltrman. A DISCOURSE dkliveked dy REV. THOS. A. HOYT, of Louisville, Ky., January 4tii, 1861. Jonah iii: 9, 10.?Who ean tell if God will turn and repent, and turn away from Lii fierce anger, that we perish not? And God saw tlieir works, that they turned from their evil way ; and Cod repented of the evil that he said that he would do untu them : aud he did not. The observance of a day of Fasting. Humiliation and prayer is not an effort of despair, but of hope; it declares that con? fidence in man is lost, but that confidence in God is revived. Having exhausted ev? ery human device, and struggle in vain to release itself from the toils, a whole peo? ple learns the lesson so often taught the individual?that it is better to trust in the Lord that to put confidence in man. Fasting is the outward sign of the hu? miliation and penitence which we should feel and express this day; hence it is idle mockery unless we really repent and are humble. Have wc not enough to humble us...

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 January 1861

%\x InbtpcwW to f ?, fteafun, fete, p? l>gridta, Stielt? mtir BY JAMES A. HOYT. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 24. THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, IS ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY, AT OWE DOLLAR A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. If delayed six. months, S1.50; and $2.00 at the end of the year. JAMES A. HOYT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Advertisements insortccl at moderate- rates; liberal deductions made to thoso who will advertise by the year. An Unexpected Friend. A BEAUTIFUL TALE. "It must be, my child," said the poor \ridow, wiping away the tears which slow? ly trickled downher wasted cheek. "Thorc is no other resource. I am too sick to work, and you cannot, surely see me and your little brother starve. Try and beg a few. shillings, and perhaps by the time that is gone 1 may be better. Go, Henry, my dear, I gricvo to send you on such an errand, but it must bo done." ? The boy, a noble looking little fellow of about ten years, started up, and throw? ing his arms around his mother's ncck,left the hou.?e without a word. He d...

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 January 1861

The Retirin"; Senators. The most 3okmrt>and impressive scene that has occurred in the Federal Capitol during the pending troubles was witnessed in (he formal withdrawal of Senators Davis, of Mississippi, Fitzpatrick and Clay, of Alabama, and Mallory and Yulee, of Flor? ida. The farewell words of Jeff. Davis drew tears from the eyes of many Senators. We have laid aside his speech for publication in our next issue. At the request of a friend, we insert to-day the following report of the remarks made by Hon. C C: Clay, jr., Senator from Alabama, on the oc? casion referred to: Mr. Clay. I rise to announce, in be? half of my colleague and myself, that the peoplo.of Alabama, assembled in conven? tion at their capitol on the 11th of this month, have adopted an ordinance whereby tHey withdraw from the Union, formed under a compact styled the Con? stitution of the United States, resume the powers delegated to it, and assume their separate station as a sovereign and inde? pendent people Th...

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 January 1861

AN ORpiNAftt?l- , To Raise Supplies for the Town ejfc'&Kdet^for (he year commencing the 1st o/'jit/war^'l88l. "? EE IT ORDATNED by the-Town -Co\vn?U of .An-, derson, That a (ax for the sum and, in the manner hereinafter mentioned, shall bo rais"ed.andf 'paul in-,, to the public Trcasur}- of the townVf- Anderson* for the use and service thereof, tl}nl.uW'a say,-%c"n cents., on every hundred "dollars of ihe-v.ar?e.?fl'aU'Ron-1 Estate wjthuj the corporate limit? o|?t^.'-sa:d town, (except thai of churches, schools. .(uJ.il.-railroads); ton cents for every, hundred dollar^tTfJrjJi -of the amount of sales of goods, wares tb^r'i^-chandlxe,; fifteen cents on" every hundred do'Ha^;^o/rtli of the amount of income from all factora^erflptoymenls, faculties a^id professions, inejuding"thc profession of dentistry; ten cents on every hundred dollars of ?*"f,omc received on moneys loaned at interest, and ??v5dc:ad's from Bank and all other 'stocks; per head on all slaves; two dollars per ShU 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. — 31 January 1861

Irom the Mobile Advertiser. The Fensacola Forts. Popular interest in warlike movements now centres nearer at hor?S-^than when Charleston was the only poMmJfcs which radiated the war excitements of the day. The immense interest of at least three States?Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida ?is becoming alive to the importance of occupying the forts within the borders of the latter commonwealth. "We see re? peated at Pensacola the manoeuvre of An? derson at Moultrie. There are three forts at Pensacola, a Navy Yard, and a re? doubt. Commandant Armstrong has aban? doned the Navy Yard and Fort Barances, removing munitions, and spiking guns, and transferring his forces, amounting in the aggregate to between two and three hundred men, from tho main land to San? ta Eosa Island, has prepared to make ?good his position within the immensely strong fortifications of Fort Pickcns. "Whether he has abandoned Fort McCrce. also, we are not advised,but we doubt if he has. This fortress is a powerful and ...

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 February 1861

the anderson intelligencer, IS ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY, AT ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. JB^* If delayed six months, S1.50 ; and $2.00 at the end of the year. JAMES A.". U O Y X 9 EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR. K Advertisements inserted at moderate rates; liberal BK doduotions made to those who will advertise by the HR^car. ?Farewell Speech of Jeff. Davis. Bk We present t q our readers the remarks made by : iHpSenator Davis, of Miss., in retiring from the U. S. 18 Mr. Davis. I rise, Mr President,for the [Bpurpose of announcing to the Semite that BS I have satisfactory evidence that the Hkstate of Mississippi, by a solemn ordinance Hof her people in Convention assembled, has Wrdeclared her separation from vtho United States. Under these -circumstances, of course ray functions are terminated here, i It has seemed to me proper, however, that ?> I should appear in the Senate to announce I that fact to nry associates, and I will say but veiy little more. The occasion docs not invite me to go 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 February 1861

^^T^NEWS BY~ TELEGBAPhT" ' From Washington. Washington, Fcbunry 2.?Colonel - Hayne, last evening, sent bis final com? munication to"uie President, demanding ' the^rrfendor of Fort Su nter. / & Pirst. On the ground of the right of eminent domain vested in the sovereign, j Secoudly. On the ground of th?*right| of the sovereign io condemn property for public use, by making duo compensation therefor. Col. Hayne, in his communication, as? sumes the independent sovercignty of tho State of South Carolina; and this carries with it tho first proposition. Ho then ar? gues, at considerable length, against the position of tho Federal Government claim? ing the right to protect Fort Sninter as property; ho shows the mode adopted to secure this protection to bo unwise and absurd, and contends that the Govern? ment is fully insured against the loss of a single dollar in surrendering the fort. He also assures the President that any attempt to reinforce it will be considered 'a declaration of war...

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 February 1861

For Colonel. - Jggr The-fricnds of Col, E. P. JON;. him a candidate for Colonel of the Volunte;-.?"ncc meat from this Brigade. Jan. 31, 1SC1 ' ? 24 ^ For Lieutenant-Colonel. The friends of Capt. Jj B. E. SLOAN an? nounce hint a candidate for Licntcnaut-Col'onci of the Volunteer Regiment to be formed in the 1st Brigade, S- C. M. Jan. 31, 18G1 24 ? For Major. . The friends of' Col.. CHARLES S-. MATTJ SON respectfully nominate him as si candidate-Co Major of the volunteer companies recently formed in this District. . January 10, 1801 ; v 21 ANDEB?b2^?5H CURRENT, Corrected weekly by. England & Eowley. t? bagging, ?'?? 10-lo fBALE rope. " %???Z\ ? ? ???? :l>? 13j bagging twine, . ?Vw. ../ 2o adamantine' candles/ '" 25 ? 30 sperm candles, - :-;K.v.. 4o?;50 rio cofpee, : ?'>?'?- ?:' 18 0 20 JAVA coffee, ??:^> ? > 20 TEA, . . 00 01.00 rice, &????:.>??, 0J?/7 N. 0. sugar, J1-? 121 f(c) coffee do. ll.\ ?12 (B) "do. do. ? 12| (a) do. do'. ? ; ? * "13 0 13.1 crushed do. ?...

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 February 1861

The Independent Fanner. '^Let sailors sing of the windy deep, Let soldiers praise their armor, But in my heart this toast I'll keep, The Independent Farmer; When ?rst the rose in robe of green, Unfolds'lt^-vrT^cson lining, And 'round his^ fly.8? Dreh is seen The konoy-suckfets-i .ing, When hanks of bloom their sweetness yield, To bees that gather honey, He drives his team across the field Where skies are soft and balmy. Tho blackbird clucks behind his plough, The quail pipes loud and clearly, Yon orchard hide3 behind its bough The home he loves so dearly; The gray old barn, whose doors unfold His ample store in measure, More rich of heaps than hoarded gold, A precious, blessed treasure; But yonder in their porch there stands His wife, the lovely charmer, Tho sweetest rose on all the lands? The Independent Farmer. To him tho Spring comes dancingly, To him the Summer blushes, The Autumn smiles with mellow ray, He sleeps, old Winter hushes ; He cares not how the world may move, No doub...

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. — 21 February 1861

%\x |nkgttttet lottntal?Drbofca fa ^altfe, literature, ftefes, Prals, Agriculture, Srieitre anb |rt. BY IIOYT & HUMPHREYS. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, F. BRUARY 21, 1861. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER -27. THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, IS ISSUED EVERT THURSDAY, AT ONE EOLLAE A YEAR, IN- ADVANCE. gg" If delayed six months, $1-50; and $2.00 at the cml of the year. IIOYT & HUMPHREYS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Advertisements inserted at moderate rates; liberal deductions uiado to those who will advertise by the year. " Happy Land of Canaan." THE CEOKGIA VEKSIOX. Thro* the North of the land, there has arose a band Who drill under Black Republican training. They call them Wide-Awakes, but we will show that their cakes Will get burnt on the.Georgia end of Canaan. Chorus.?Oh, me! Oh, my! The sun of secession is shining ; Never mind old Lincoln, He's got into double trouble, While we are safe in the Southern end of Canaan. Som2 people saiJ our State wouldn't dare to meet her fate, ...

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. — 21 February 1861

, - ?--.? Reception of President Davis. Montgomery, February 17.?President Davis arrived here last night. He was handsomely received. There was firing of cannon and great rejoicing. He was escorted to Iiis lodgings at the Exchange Hotel by a large concourse of citizens and strangers. " Xjateu..?President Davis' journey from 'Jackson, Mississippi, to Montgomery, has been ono.continuous ovation. He made twenty-five speeches, returning thanks for the complimentary greeting of the crowds of ladies and gentlemen who re ceived him at the various depots on the route. At some places he was received by the military and with firing of cannon. Committees of Congress and the Mont ? gomery authorities met the President about eighty miles from the city, and re? ceived him with great cordiality. Two fine miltiary companies from Columbus, Georgia, joined the escort at Opelika.? The party reached Montgomery at ten o'clock last night. Then cannonading commenced, amidst the shouts and huz? zas of the ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 21 February 1861

ANDERSON PRICES CURRENT, Corrected wcelily by England & Bewley. bagging. IGto bale ROPE. o ? 12} bagging TWINE, 25 ADAMANTINE CANDLES, 25 ? 30 sperm CANDLES. 45 ? 50 rio COFFEE, 18 ?20 java COFFEE, 20 tea, 00 ? 1.00 rice, ? CA ? 7 N. O. SUGAR, 11 @ 12} (c) COFFEE do. 11} ? 12 (B) do. do. , 12} (A) do. do. 13 ? 13} CRUSHED do. 14 LOAF do. , 14 ? 15 N. 0." MOLASSES, 05 WEST'INDIA do. 40 ? 45 SALT, f> sack, $2 25 CAST STEEL, 22 ? 25 GERMAN STEEL, 14 ? 15 BLISTER do. 10 ? 12.1 SWEDE IRON, G.V ? 7 ENGLISH do. 5 ? Lh BAND do. CA ? 7 SHEET do. ? ? 10 CASTINGS, G{ ? 10 NAILS. ? ? G} RIFLE POWDER, $7 00 ? 7 50 BLASTING do. $5 00 @ 5 50 LEAD, 9 ?10 shot, $-bag, $2 25 ? 2 50 indigo. ? SI 50 madder. 20 blue STONE, 10 ? IS LINSEED OIL, $1 10 ? 1 25 train do. 00 ? 1 00 white LEAD, 25 lb kegs, $2 50 ? 2 75 french GLASS, 8 X 10, 8 00 ? :i 25 do. do. 10 X 12, 3 50 ? 3 75 do. do. 12 X 14, 3 75 ? 4 00 ICKEREL, in kits, No. 3, $3 25 do. " " 2, 3 50 do. " " 1, 3 75 iCO, - 25 ?50 RN, $1 10 ? 1 20 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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