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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 18 February 1869

Thursday Morning, February 18th, 1869. t^ssBSsssssisssssssssssssss^ssssssssssis ?RjlT* The pressure of new~~advertisctnonts, to? gether with the absence of the Editor during the fax week, precludes our usual variety of current new*. _^_ LATJRRN? RAILROAD; . W* beg to offer thanks to l>r. 11. S. Janes, Lessee and President of the above ttond, for a oomplimorr tory deket for the y<ar l$t'i>. This kindness rs "duly' appreciated, and the Dr. may expect us to' -fflaairovcr hie line at loast once during the year. ?-,?. . THE GRESNVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD COMPANY. We publish in anoiuer column the message of Got. SetoTT, TOloing the bill to re ertact nnd*amend an Act passed by the-Legislature in 1SCC, under ihe'pfovisional government, whereby the name and credit of the State was loaned to the nbove Com? pany in the re-adjustment of their debt. The President of the Road, Col. H. P. Hammctt, has replred to (his message, refuting fls statements' and explaining the situation of affa...

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 February 1869

igmcneal. MARRIED, oa the morning of the 4th Februa-. ry, by Rev. David Humphreys, at the residence of the bride's father, Dr. R. F. Diver, of Greenville, and "Miss FannIe, youngest daughter of David Simpson, Esq., of Anderson. corrected weekly by sharps & fant. Anderson. Febuary 17,1869. Cotton dull at 24 to 26$ ; Corn, SI.10 to $1.20: Peas, $1.00 to $1.::0; New Bacon, 16 to 18 ; Flour, $12.00 to $14.00; Oats, 70 to 80. by tuesday evening's mail. Columbia, Feb. 15, 1809. Sales of cotton to-day only about 60 bales at fair prices. Augusta, Feb. 15, 1869. Cotton market quiet and unchanged, with sales of 230 bales?middlings 2S*. Charleston, Feb. 15,1869. ? Cotton dull and nominal, with uo sales?quota? tions cannot bo given. New York, Feb. 15, 1869. Cotton dull aud lower, with sales of 1,930 bales at 29 to 29}. Gold 35f. facial goticts. IPENDLETON LODGE, No. 34, A. F. M. A REULAR COMMUNICATION OF PESDLE TON LODGE will be held in the Lodge Room on SATURDAY, February 20th, 1869, at 3 ...

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. — 18 February 1869

?&rs?n Jiitdlipcer. - . ; Cotton Gulture, The truth tliat agriculture is a science, and the noblest of all the sciences, seeras to-be slowly taking hold of our people. Every year, however, adds to the number of those in tbo South who are becoming enlightened upon the subject of agricul? ture, and are following tho teachings of yiise* Jt|tfade than their own. One of the foremost men of the present day, in agriculture, is David Dickson, of Sparta, Georgia. His letters on farming amf Tarm experiments* published in the Southern C\dtivatorr aro doing much to awaken tho people of the South to their troe^Interests." A correspondent writing of Mr. Dickson, says: "The stress ot the late war drovo me into this neighborhood, and gave" me an opportunity of learning much of the sys? tem and.success of this enterprising plan? ter.* Fifteen years before tho war, he commenced planting on what was con? sidered light sandy lands, much exhaust? ed, with a capital of 825,000. When the war broke out...

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. — 25 February 1869

An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. ANDERSON, S. 0.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1869. NO. 35. ?h? Jind?rsou IM^Itlg JuteULgcncer, BY HOYT & WALTERS. TERMS: TWO DOLL ABS AND A HALF PEE ANNUM, Mi UNITED STATES CURKEXCY. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar 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. For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. Reply of President Hammett, To Message No. 32 of Governor Scott. vetoing the BlLL in aid of the Green? ville .Railroad. Otl-ice Greenville and Columbia Railroad Company, Columbia, Feb. 13, 1SG9. -V/-. Editor: .1 havo read the Message No. 32 pi' l'i? Excellency tlio Governor, to the Senate, giving his reasons for with? holding hits approval of tho "Act to re enact certain Acts lending the name and credit of the. State, to the Greenville a...

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. — 25 February 1869

gaMn'SOtt f iticuigenfcr. Thursday Morning, Febrnary S!5th, 1869. A pair of saddle bags hare been left at this office, -which the owner can get on rewarding the finder. THE CHESTER REPORTER. We have neglected to notice the advent of this sprightly journal into the newspaper world. It in handsomely printed, well edited, and destined to prove a success. Published by John A. Bradlet, jr., and Ed. C. McLcre, both gentlemen of abili? ty,, enterprise and solid attainments. -?? THE BARNWELL JOURNAL. The second number of this paper has been re? ceived, and we take pleasure in extending a eor di&l welcome to the new comer. Its outfit is pleas? ing and tasteful, while its columns give evidence of, great care and judgment in the editorial con? trol. Published at Barnwell C. H., by Johx S. Skuck, at $2.00 per annum. tfgr We return thanks to the Flon. F. A. Saw TMt for a copy of the Congressional Globe, con? taining remarks by that gentleman in the United States Senale upon a bill to provide...

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. — 25 February 1869

New Advertisements. SPRING IMPORTATION 1869. Ribbons, Milliner)' and Straw Goods ! aemstkg^g"cator & co., ? 237 & 239 Baltimore Street, BALTIMORE, IMPOBTERS AND JOBBERS OF BONNET and Trimming Ribbons, Velvet and Sash Ribbons, Bonnet Crapes, Silks and Satins, Illusions, Blonds, Laces, Ruches, Netts, Velvets, French Flowers and Feathers, Straw Bonnets and Ladies Hats, trimmed and untrimmed, Sundowns and Shaker Hoods. The largest. Stock of Millinery Goods in this country, and unequalled in choice variety, which Ve offer at prices that will defy competition. Orders solicited. Feb 18, 18G9 34 WILLIAM L. WEBB, LATE WB1B & CA8B? SUCCESSORS TO CAMERON, WEBB & CO., IMrORTEK 07 China, Glass and Earthenware* JXo. 1?8 Meeting: Street, (OSE DOOr. FROM HASEL ST.,) CHARLESTON, S. C. BS?* WILL supply Country Merchants with Goods, in his line, at as low rates as they can buy in New York or elsewhere. Feb 18, 1869 34 3m Twenty-five Dollars Reward! STOLEN, from the subscriber on the ni...

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. — 25 February 1869

gdikn'soit |ntel%cnccr. The South and the Next Cotton Crop. The approach of the planting season in tho South, and the policy to be pursued with regard to the next crop, are matters of more than local interest. In fact to the whole communit}-, North and South, everything connected with tho cotton crop of I860 is a subject of tho highest importance. Nor is the interest confined to cur own country. The cotton manu? facturers nt.d consumers of Europe, and tho cotton producers in India, Egypt and antr?tfher places will find their industry se? riously aftectcd for good or ill by the pros? pects and result of the coming season. l.vKing- Cotton/' for udethronot monarch, still exereisosa decided and positive influ? ence in the world; and this influ 3nce seems to bo increasing rather than diminishing. At no former period have the prospects of ^IrVslaplo dieted a deeper or more general concern. The action, therefore, of the South in \ refcrenco to tho now crop is of tho first j impoitance. Jfo...

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 March 1869

An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. HOTT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON, S. C. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1869. VOLUME 4,-NO. 35. Testimony of W. K. Tolbert in the Con? tested Election Case. Deposition of William K. Tolbert, ta? ken before Hon. William Hutson Wigg, Judge of the Probate Court, February 12, 1SG9, in a contested election case between tt. L. Hogo and J. P. Reed?J. D. Pope, Esq., counsel for the latter. William K. Tolbort, being of lawful age, being duly sworn, says: Question?What is your name, where -do .you reside, and what is your occupa? tion ? Answer?I live at Greenwood, Abbe? ville County. Farming. Q.?How long have you lived in Abbe? ville County? A.?All my life. ty.?Were you in Abbeville Count}' du Ying the months of July, August, Septem? ber, October and November, 1868? A.?I was. Q.?Did you belong to cither of the political parties during the last campaign? A.?I did. Q.?To which one ? ? A.?Democrat. Q.?How was the Dem...

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 March 1869

Thursday Morning, Starch 4th, 1869. JU?*- U will bo scon, cm reference (o our adver- j Using columns, that the firm of Hoyt & Walters ; has been disolted by mutual consent, nml l bat a! partnership bus been formed between James A. J Hott ami J. Flkktwood Clinkscale?, under the name and style of Hoyt & Co., in the publication of the Anderson Intelligencer. This change of firm does not iuterfcre With any contracts tor advertis? ing hcrotoforo existing, and of course uncxpired subscription!) will be completed under the new arrangement. Those of our patrons in arrears for subscription-,, and all persons indebted for adver? tising arvd job work, would do well to make imme? diate payment, as the affairs of the late firm must Be settled without delay. ?:Mr. Waiters retires from the fraternity with our most cordial wishes for his future success. An intimate business connection for the past two years Iras not diminished a friendship of long standing, and we trust that the greatest pr...

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 March 1869

LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF Appointed.?We learn that J. Bayli3 Lewis liss been appointed Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. Cotton Seed.?An advertisement elsewhere in? forms the planting community ;hat J. M. Lawtox, *f Chappell's Dopot, is prepared to furnish Dick son's Cotton seed at fair prices. For particulars, see the advertisement. Saledat.?Nothing of special interest trans? pired on Monday last. The sales were unimpor? tant. A large crowd in attendance, and as the day waned, John Barleycorn begin to get the up? per hand of some of his worshippers. Demon? strations were mild, however, aud there was no fighting. Sxow.?The first snow of the season fell on Thursday night last, and on Friday morning the ?arth was white with the welcome visitor, but the bright rays of eld Sol. dispelled the last vestige ?ere meridian was past. The boys indulged in an eld-Tashioncd scow-bal'ing early after breakfast, and pedestrians pursued their respective paths in bodily terror. Shameful.?When an ...

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. — 4 March 1869

J^ntan Intelligencer. TERMS: two dollars and a half per annum, IJt UNITED STATES CtRRKSCT. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted .it the rates of One Dol? lar 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. SOT For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. ?^?i^?B?? ???? Jiirmcr'is fjcpatlmesi The Condition of the Sou thern People. Wo are daily reeoiving through ex? changes, correspondents, and from other sources, the most gratifying assurances of returning, prosperity throughout the Sotrtlrern' States-, including the progress of internal improvements; the increase of shipping in the maritime ports; the increase in the extent of land planted, and in tho aggregate and quality of the crops; the introduction ol a large and valuable class of immigrants; the influx of capital from tho North, and to a loss oxtont from Europe; tho rise in the val? ue ol Southern secu...

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 March 1869

An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence: HOTT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON, S. C, THURSDAY, MA^CR 11, 1869. VOLUME 4.---N0. 3?. <JEN. GRANT'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS. Citizens of the United States : Your 'suffrage having elected mo to the office of President of tho United States, I havo, in conformity with the Constitution of our country, taken the oath of office prescrib? ed theiein. I have taken this oath with? out mental reservation, and with the de? termination to do, to the bestof my ability, all that it requires of me. The responsi? bilities of the position I feel, but accept them without fear. The office has come to me unsought. I commence its duties tin trammeled. I bring tc it a conscienti? ous desire and determination to fill it, to j Ihe best of my ability, to the satisfaction 'of tho people. On all leading questious agitating the public mind, I will always express my views to Congress, and urge them according to my judgment...

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 March 1869

Thursday Horning, March llth, 1869. THE FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS.. The Fortieth Congress expired by limitation of law on Thursday-, March 4th, at noon. The closing scenes of this remarkable body were not marked by any unusual occurrence. In the language of the Speaker of the House, Mr. Pomeroy, ??their public acts will be preserved," and we arc not quite sure that many of them will redound to the honor of its members. Partisanship, illiberality, and sectional tyranny blot the record, -and the Fortieth Congress will t"c known in history as a body of men seeking lo enslave a whole people, in Um name of liberty ! The Forty-First Congress assembled at three o'clock on the 4th inst. The proceedings of the Senate were confined to calling the roll of Senators elect and administering the oath of office lo them, Vice President Colfax in tho chair. The House proceedings were rather more spicy and interest? ing, as pending the eleciion of Speaker, there was a considerable row made |ovcr the ruling...

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 March 1869

gtttoftu Intelligencer. Thursday Morning, March Uth, 1869. THE JFORTY-ITRST CONGRESS Tbe Fortieth Congress expired by limitation of law on Thursday, March 4th, at noon. Tiie closing scenes of this remarkable body were not marked by any unusual occurrence. In the language of the Speaker of the House, Mr. Pomerot, "their public acts will be preserved," and we are not quite sure that many of them will redound to the honor of its members. Partisanship, illiberality, and sectional tyranny blot the record, iand the Fortieth Congress will t'e known in history as a body of men seeking to enslave a whole people, in the name of liberty ! The Forty-First Congress assembled at three o'clock on the 4th inst. The proceedings of the Senate were confined to calling the roll of Senators elect and administering the oath of olficc to them, Vice President Colfax in the chair. The House "proceedings were rather more spicy and interest? ing, as pending the election of Speaker, there was a" sonsiderable r...

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 March 1869

LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF Free Entertainment.?The advertisement of Prof. Cushman, in another column, informs the public that he will give a free exhibition of train? ed nnimals at this place on Monday next. His performances are said to be very remarkable, and we learn from a reliable source that there is no -humbug in this system of controlling refractory animals. The details arc fully set forth in tho advertisement. As there is no admission fee charged, the .pavilion will doubtless be crowded with spectators. Prof. Cushman will give an ex? hibition at Belton on Saturday, the 13th, and at Pendtcton on Tuesday following, March 16th. The Contested Election.?As stated last week, testimony on the part of Hon. J. P. Reed, the respondent, was taken before W. W. Humphreys, Esq., Judge of Probate, on Thursday and Friday last. The evidence was conclusive and overwhel? ming in sustaining the answer of Mr. Reed, so far as Anderson county is concerned, and giving a positive and unequivocal denial to ...

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. — 11 March 1869

person Intclligen'ccr. TERMS: TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF PER ANNT7M, IS- UNITED STATES CURRENCY. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar 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. Saf Eor announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. 'Jfjtftttef's ?i\mtmtnt Fnom the Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel. Plant Corn. We aro fearful lest the present high grico of cotton shall induce the Georgia planter to devote too much of his land this year to U13 production of that staple to the neglect of a full corn crop. Such a policy, if adopted-, will surely lead to the rain of those who engage in ffc. We care not What price cotttm may bring,the first duty of those planters who would pros? per is to secure full and ample provision orops.. We hear ? great deal of nonsense talk? ed these days about its being cheaper to bay bacon than to raise it, when a po...

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. — 11 March 1869

person |i?el%eittcr. TERMS: TWO DOLLARS ANI' A HALF PEE ANNTJM, 15- C.NITUED STATES CCRUEXCT. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar 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. S?f For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. Jfattttcfs gejLivlmcMt. Faam the Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel. Plant Core We aro fearful lest the present high price of cotton shall induce the Georgin planter to devote too much of his land this year to tho production of that staple to tho neglect of a full corn crop. Such a policy, if adopted, will surely lead lo the ruin of those who engage in rfc. We care not what price cotter may bring,the first duty of those planters who would pros? per is to secure full and ample provision orops.. We hear ? great deal of nonsense talk ad these days about its being cheaper to bay bacon than to raise it, when a poun...

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 March 1869

An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. HOTT & CO., Proprietors. ANDERSON, S. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1869. VOLUME 4.---N?. 38. ?gag ? s ^ ADDRESS ANDREW JOHNSON . TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES. -Q " f !Rh tic; People of the. United States ; ?15'Thc robe of office, by constitutional 4lt?itatton^tKrs day falls from my should? ers,'W^JO'immediately assumed by my successor. For him the forbearance and co-opcrn&asne<3?*iie'American people, in all his ct^i^sj-tq ad tu in ister the Govern? ment within the pale of,the Federal Con ?titutiobyare^ncer^lVinv Without ambition to gratify,' f>arty ends to sub ?ox?e, or personal quarrels to avenge at ? the sacrifice of the peace and welfare of the country, my earnest desire is to see tho Constitution, as defined and limited byj-he fathers of tho Republic, again re? cognized and obeyed as ;he supremo law ot the land, and the whole people?North, ?South,''East atid West?prosperous and ...

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 March 1869

Thrtrsday Morning, March 18th, 1869. PRESIDENT JOHN SOB'S VALEDICTORY. We publish t?-day the able and eloquent vale? dictory address of Andrew Johnson. It is a most scathing rebuke of the party in power, and will gcrduwii to history as one of the most remarkable documents of this remarkable period. It sunn up tho iniquities of the Radical party in a manner io terse and vigorous as to present at one glance a complete pieture of their many misdeeds. We are confident that-the people of the United States win reacrffcis document eagerly, and as they pe ruse-ftj we trust that the wrongs and outrages pefpeVntled 'by an usurping Congress will sink deep into their mi ads, to become the seed from which futuro good shall spring;. _-?> .^1 'lr<r AGRICULTURAL JOURNALS. - T^e M.'irch number of that admirable monthly, ti^t Southern Cultivator, was received a few days ago.-': Amenj the table of content!, we observe another letter from Mr. Dicasoa, the successful planier, who gives directions ...

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 March 1869

AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE SOUTH CAR? OLINA LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY. , 1st. jfjte it enacted by the Senate and Mouse of Rep? resentatives,'now met and sitting in General Assembly, und by the authority of the same, That Georgo S. Camcror, J. M. Blakely, Archibald S. Johnston, J. K. Robinson, L. D. Mowry, J. C. Farrar, and such other persons as may hereafter be associated ?with them, and their successors and assigns, are hereby Constituted a body corporate, under the namo of the South Carolina Loan and Trust Com? pany ; and by that name shall have succession, and may sue or be sued iu any Court whatever, with ?such "powers and privileges, as arc hereinafter pro? vided. 2nd. Be it further enacted. That the Capital Stock ^>f said Company shall not exceed nve millions of dollars, divided into shares of one hundred dollars each; but when two hundred thousand dollars ?thereof shall have been actually subscribed, and - ue hundred thousand dollars paid in, in cash, the said Company may orga...

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