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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 7 September 1842

la tth lysad has retained its proper rwas alo another hooked ~ sn uinite, whicb was supposed 'wat Iihe lirger. be however, made his bthe hook tearing from out of his bOt.Chaleon Courier. o. W. 1. Pickens.-We deeply sym pathise icommon. we feel ussured with our people generally, with this greatly re set and valued public servant, in his severe bereavment, as stated under aun obituary head. May a merciful Prov idence strengthen him under this affliction the extent of which none can fully appre eiate, but those who know hi. kind, gener ons, and affectionate nature , his ardent devotion to his young and highly interest ing family. which was perhaps the chief caies of his intended retirement from Con - grss; and especially the- many virtues and endearing qualitie, or his late estima, ble and universally beloved lady ; while it most be a great consolation to him nn-o * her warmly endeared frends generally, to feel that her modest, gentle. and retiring disposition, (which made home so dear...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 7 September 1842

WI I'VE BEEN THilNKING. I've been thinking, I've been thinlkizan. What a curious world we're in! Men are sleeping. eating. driniking. Justas they have alw.ys te n Beaux are strutting. dandie qsiin'g. Misses toiling night and dav. B4 are sporting. girls are frizziog. dmas Gdgeting away. Tom is crying, Mary sining. John islaughit:t nerrily; Dust is flying. tlea-bells rini ". These have mnic. sure. Ior me: Peasantitoiling.ricli men iiding. taring with a lordly phiz: no es through every crowd are gldin-. ound, how queer a world it is! ]iU ng. some in marrince .iven: thr like the world or old: All but ine. are feastin:. living Wiould that wives w ere tf Ie o;d: thers ave their dears its plenty. And their bosoms heave with injve. r've had chances. nineteen, t.-ty Uut I dare not one inprove Brokers shaving. sherilTe duaiing. l'oliticians pull your sleeve. P'rinters scolding. Wit- are pucnii'g Jalbirdt becgg-ing for r:-imeitve: I'leachers warring. idiot. r.atitb1i. Bacchus, too. bailt devot...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 September 1842

~~- -f "We will cling tot he Pillare of she Temple of our Libertis, , we will Perish amid the lain." VOLUME VII. E-eheld Court Rouse, 8. eptember t, iS49s. No.33. EDGEFIELD ADVEliTISEt,, 8T W. F. DURIStE. PitoPitlETOR. T E R11 S. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in adipance-Three Dollars & Fify Cents if not paid before the oef iration of Sax Monthsfrom the date of Subscription and Four Dollars if not paid within twelve Months. Subscribers out of the State are required to pay in advance. No subseription received ror loss than ene year, and no paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid.exee pt at the op tion of the Publisher. All subscriptioni will ho continued an..sis otberwise ordered before the ex ptration of the year. Xay >irson procurtin five Subscri bers tnd becoming responsible for the same, mall receive the siathcuoj gratis. .4doertiseenets consPicuutisI) .usert ed at .4 coats per square, (1-2 flues, or lese,) for the first insertion, and 431 ctis. for each loutin...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 September 1842

Conxfresional. From the . '.rl'stn Mercury. SYNor)SIS flF rl E rARIFF. The followi1:9 abe-tract of the Tariff, i ied fruom -... NIw Yo.-k Tribune. It is veryp.-f.t oluiltaig ,Ome leading ar tic!e etirely. But we publish it for the comparimio it aff.rds with the Act or 1832 which. on most of the high protected arti cles, was an increase of duties over the Act of 1828. We shall supply the defi of the table as soon-as possible. Duties by House Bill of 1832. psed. WAfXS or ARTIctES. lannes and baizes * 16 14 Carpeting. Brussels. &c.sq.yard. 63 55 do Venetian. &c 35 30 do floor c'th pat. 43 35 Oilcloth furniture sq yd 124 10 Cotton Bagging do 34 4 Vjaegar gall 8 8 Weer in casks do 15 15 Beer in bottles do 25 20 Oil, fish. &c. do - 15 Oil, Olive do 25 20 Oilecastor 41o 40 - Oil. linseed do 25 25 Oil. rapeseed do 25 25 Sugar, bro and clayed und 24 24 do x% ite clay do 34 4 do loaf do 12 6 do Imp & oth ref do 10 6 do candy do 12 4 do syrup do 26 5 Chocolate do 4 4 Cheese do ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 September 1842

w in rlatio to die r-clection of enao. W. C. Preston. I have not for a mo t eaatertainsed the belie, that he would be preposed aS a candidate for re-election; but. aould such be the case, I could not, if a Inem ber, vote for his re-election. I am opposed to a U. S. Bank. and to all Banks, not under the immediate supervision of the Agislature. lam, and always have been, opposed to a Trif of protection, believing such to be un eestiutional dtad oppressive. As reards the office or Judge: at tho last session of the Legislature. a Bill was introduc. ed by Col. Cothran. of thii, district, muaking ,ix ty-ge years of age the period. beyond which no Sefgesboukl hold his office; that Bill mlet my entire approbation, and received my .. pout; my opinionsthen entertained on that -ub ject, remain unchanged. With regard to the matter of giving the elec tion or Governor to the people, I see nao cause fbr a change in the present mode of election: the Legislature. I believe. ins every insae.cc. heret...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 September 1842

-C C Ottic -$c~itss. FUNF.RAL ODE. [Ti' fbllowing beautiful (ide. by Thomas D. Itier. F.sq.. wan sung at the cele bration of the O bsegnies of the late Duke ot rleans. by the French citizens of Savannah.] Ata-- Bruce's Address o his . rny." Mourn France, a star la-let, That wculd have graced thy coronet; Ch! may its parueng radianece yet, Give trenlnil ltght to thee. Mourn France. thy lustrone ahield, Iias lost a lotos from it. field; May thy retainng bhle yield, A sooths::g balm to thee. Mourn, gay and gallant Franee. For 1,raver henst. or brighter lanice, .Nc*er led thy laurei'd guard's advance, To deeds of clhivalry. Mourn, that hsis life ib Jone, ''hy patriot princethy noble son. Thy monarch's heir. thy chosen one, To guide thy destiny. lieh frankince;ce perfuimas the aisle, I Ievoton lill the racrrd pile, .A:I aadden'd hr'ert invoke the while. Wind lleavcens clcuecay. Oh! what i.e wealth. or liat iH fame, Ir life. oni eaue.ce nt dieats. ', t'ona t e'h;,. pot's i a teetat ll.iec...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 September 1842

We will cling to the Pills of the Temple of or Lawd* *0 Wil *6" afSlis 00 alws VOLUME VII. Lt il U u t 1o s %' NO. 4. KDGEFIEIID ADVERTISER, IST W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. Mr TERMS. Three Dollars per.annum. if paid in advance-Three Dollars & Fifty Cents if not paid before the e4iration of Six .ajths from the date of Subscription v.4 Four Dollars if not paid within twele)Months. Subscribers out ofthe State are required to pay in adrance. No sabscription received for less than *esyear, and no paper -liscontinued until 4ll arrearages are paid.except at theop tion of the Publisher. All subscriptions will be continued unless otherwise orderedbefore the ex piration of the year. Any person procuring five Subscri bers and becoming responsible for the: sameihall receive the sixt b copy gratis. Advertisencats conspicuously insert ed at M; cents per square, (12 lines.or los,) for the first insertion, and 431 cts. for each continuance Those published montbly. or quarterly will be charged $I...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 September 1842

Ten, tLrs is a drawback upon the Cal p goius oft -phh nidactive industry; .but it s Necessary. to carry Penasylvania into the Oupport ofa system by which Massachu sett expects to be indemnified in increas ed prices upon some of her leading pro ductions in other manufactures. Take any siagle article-say a yard of woollen clout -upon which she wants a specifi duly, 1o as to enable her to sell it in @he hone exarket at an enhanced price. The grow er of wool most also have his protection, i by a tax upon the raw material, to prevent! ius imprtation at a low price; and soit is iWitsi every other element of which this! of ' oolen cloth is finally composed. iron, of which all the labor-saving achinery is made, is taxed; under this ystem of protection extended, every thing that the laborer consumes is enhanced in I price; and, with this, add artificial expan- i sion, and die whole result is, that the cost i of production in the yard of woollens is so i increased that there are no permanent ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 September 1842

- ear Trees in loom.-All the pear trees In theorchard of Mr. F. Michel.ofCharles ton Neck, are in bloom-as well the late as the early species, and ite Ocaher pear is at once ladened with fruit, mud coverel with blosoms.-Charleston Cour. 12 inst. Pear.-We were favored yesterday. by AMr. Francis Michel, with a present of fine Ostsber Pears, accompanied by a speci. - mn of the second crop from the saine proraic tree.-Ibid 17 inst. - Wthin 200 feet of our Odlice are several ' Appo trees in full bloom; and ote of them has goodly number of large, ripe. well Savored apples, of the second crop, and a few blossoms for a thi-d.-Greenv. M1ount. :7 In this neighborhuod the Peach and Ap pie trees have been in bloom for some days, bearing all the appearance of a second crop, but the change in the weather duuing the last twenty-four hours will stop their progrees. Frmo the Charleston Mercury. SUANsI1O1DALE, Va. Sept. 8. Getlemen:-Will you do me the favor to insert the subjoined address, in your pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 September 1842

Sheriff's Sale. B Y virtue U sundry 4 : F 'er Fa ciam. I shall proceed t'' sela -tt field Court House. oo 11.4 ti, M.!.t,1N .14 Tuesday of Oc.icr next.i 1 iv;; property : 3tephen Wilson vs. Simn1. Saiaa:intt ons. N J. Black vs.. tO a 1. lolley vs. the same. Jacubu, & coadit vs. the same, on- howta n lol n the town of lamburg. n tihe corner of- Centre and Robertson streets, known s "-. 10:1. Lewis Jo es-. bearer, vs. Jamea Spann. James Joue. . the satne. two thousand acres of la" I. 'a'e or lese. adjoining 'T ill tnan Watrin. Lei Litranad. and tothers. Joseph u nut. ts. .i Mill. adaatrx. Mnry Carro'l '. v he ..art. .Aqail i -ies is. th" a me. :ne hm e ! ai Int the 'o it of llttamborg. 'in Cenne'a ,.ti'aN- ;a".1t""ta the Amer ;an lltel a'i occ .;ed at pre. sent hv Kitchen & 1obtieitsa Isaac A. iihlfia v. .1. '. M'%ley. J:4 Mosley,& W.W. Walinas, that i!Inatain or tract of land in three separate paree.. containing in the whole twenty-live hunt drel acres. tamore or less. on...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 28 September 1842

"We WIMl tUing toe b.Pill.? of WM 2*mpI. of ou Llberdel, MAd it-m MI P~k SmUd" th URMias VOLIIWE VII. Ea 1 eXeiI Oouyt Reouse, clg, ~ , tS4,%. O. EDG4EFIELD AXIVER T I SEV MT W. V. DURISOE-. PROPRIETOR. Three Dollars per annun, itpaid in edace-Three Dollars & Firty Cents' if not paid before the ex r iration D f Six Mouthsfrom the date of Subscription and Four Dollars if not paid within terlei.e onths. Subscribers out of the IStato are required to pay in advance. No subscription received for loss than was year, and no paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid-.exceptat t heep tion of the Publiuee'r. All subscriptionq will be continued taless otherwise ordered before the ek piration of the year. Any ;eroon procuring five Subscri bers asa becomting responsible for the same,shall receive tbesixth copy gratis. Adertisemaents cons picuously insert ed at SU cents per square. (ISiues, or ass,) for the first insertion, and 431 ets-. or each contimnance. Those published onthly.or q...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 28 September 1842

From the Charleston Mereury.' VJ.A~o O- BLLYFrTON. S. C., Sept. 16. 0i the early part of the summer, the ci lizens of this pretty little village and its vicinity, invited their tistinguished coun trymfan, John C. Calhoun, to come among and allow them an opportunity of greeting cordially by the hand the nian they have -o long delighted to honor, and for whose merit they have an increased regard. If the attem'npt was unsuccessful to obtain his personal appearance, it was the means of eliciting a 'warin and heariy response, which will be read with interest by all lovers of a good thing. from a great and good man. Letter to Jouhn C. Calhoun, tIur-FTU. July 13, 1S42. Sir-Your ellowt-cittrnst of the lower part of the Parish ofSt. LuLes, throughi us. tenler you an invitatsion to partake of a public dinner at the Village of Mullion. at such tin as may be inost convenient to yourself. You must look upon this as no'ordinary invitation for mere comphinen tary purposes. The citizens who now in ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 28 September 1842

i#om tas Clarksrou Merrury. BRUTAL SPORT. A prize fight came off'on Tuesday lost to Westehester Co. about 21 miles from -New York eity, between Christopher Lil ly and a young man named McCoy. which rsulted in the death of the latter. Seve ral steamboats went from New York load ed with passengers for the scene. The con duct ofthe fight seems to have been in the highest degree revolting, nod the result produced great excitement and indignation an the city. Several persons bad been ar rested as aiders and instigators. We ouote the testimony of a single witness before the Coroner's Jury, Enoch E. CaImp sworn. I reside in the c' , was present at the fight near H astings , yesterday. It commenced two talentes before I o'clock, there appeared to be several persons acting as bottle bold ers. Yankee Sullivan was one of them, the fight lasted two hours and forty-one minates. At. the 120tb round McCoy did notnme up; sew McCoy lying in one corner ot the ring, prostrate; I heard a miaste or two ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 28 September 1842

Sherif's Sale. B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa- I cis, I shall proceed to sell at Edge- 1 6eld Court House, on the first Monday and Tuesday of October next. the fd0oWiag J p an Wilsn vs. Simoa Ssaitsim' I ons. N. J. Black vs. the same. Alfred Holey vs. the same. Jacobus & Condit a vs. the same, one bouse and lot in the -town I of Hamburg, on she vornor of Centre and Robertson streets, known as No. 103. Lewis Jones, bearer, vs. James Spon. 1 James Jones vs. the same, two thousand acres of-land, nore or less, adjoining Till znan Watson, Levi Librand, and others. Jose pb Woods vs. Ann Hull. adm'srx. i Mary Carroll vs. the same. Aquilla Miles vs. the same, one house and lot in the town I of Hamburg. on Centre street. adjoining the American Hotel and occupied at pro- I sent by Kitchen & Robertson. loose A. flibler vs. M. L. Mosley, Jae. t Mosley,& W.V. Williams, that plantation or tract of land in dree separate parcels, containing in the whole twenty-five hun dred acre...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 5 October 1842

u wll cl.. t .. alo".. of..h..Te.e..an of =our M-- - VOLUME VII. Nell0 *N.3 EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER BY W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three *allars per annum, if paid in *deance-Three Dollars & Fifty Cents iruot paid before the ear iration of Six 'Mouths froin the date of Subscription and Four Dollars if not paid within twelve lonths. Subscribers out of the State are required to pay it, adrance. NJ a.Jscription received forless than *ne ye;r,and no paper liscontinued until -all arrarages are paid.exceptat tbeop tion of the Publisher. All subscriptioui will be continued unlass otherwise orderedbefore the ex. paration of the year. k-3y Pirson procuring five Subscri bers and becoming responsible for the same, .aall receive thesixthcopy gratis. Adoertisentents conspicuously insert ed at djJ1 cents per square, (12 liues.or les.) for the first insertion, and 431 et s. for each cuutinuance. Those published aguotly., or quarterly will be charged $1 per square for each insertiou. Ad. ver...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 5 October 1842

Vmoo Tlisceelaneous. E7 At a eetting of the citizens of Charle ton and the Neck. on Thursday eveng the god inst., the following resolutions. in con nexion with others were unanimously adopted - Resolved, That this meeting highly pmve the patriotism and abilitv with a whiob abe Executive Department of this State has been administered by his Excel lency John P. Richardson, and that as his term of service will expire during the en sning Session of the Legislature. they entertain the hope. without requiring a pledge frnm any one to that effeet, that the gentlemen who may be chosen to represent these Parishes. will give their support for the office of Governor to the Hoo. James [H. Hammond-a citizen of distinguished ability, and sterling repuh lian principles, and whom they regard as well qualified to discharge the duties of that high anti important %tation with bonor to himself and advant ace to the State. " Resolved, That as the terma of Sena. tor Preston in the Congress of the L'nited...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 5 October 1842

dasigms tose what can be done with iis --.raising it from the aced produced here, we'doubt Dot that small quantities can. without cost, be precured here froin the growers.-Milledgeeille Journal.] TAe Rail Road.-Some idea may be formed of the thriving beeinessofour Town this season, as well as of the prefits of the Rail Road Company, from tho fact that the up freight by the Cars on last Thurs day, amounted toover four hnndlred dol law, and the down freight to over three hundred, making in all eight hundred dollars in one day.exclusive of passengers. We have mentioned that particular day simply because we happened to have accurato information of the buqiuess done that day. Cotton is going down freely by the Rail Road, and not a litio of it in doamestie bagging.-Temperance A dr. Health of Columbia.-We took occa sion, last week, to contradict a report which we were informed was circulating in the country, that our town was very seckly. In confirmation of what wve then said, we have now ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 5 October 1842

From the toustitutionali't. STAR OF BEAUTY. Shine on thou Star ole'tany With bright unfadig.te h;e The measures uf'each duty Brings ple.sauire ti ree 'ew. Shine o for evcr beatuig. Undimuted by clouts tile while: Where etery joy 1 ;l4:Uealnsg Aniakened by thy ,tue. The mem'ry of those veats A waste in life's tiret glow. Their sorrows and thein tears On tame',s dask chanonel low. And now tcry've winaged their gttelgt Oil plsmmoi1D.' t 21111 %% am l id, Theis, ecioes are --;;ood aight" To so.-'r-.' .'luntlySi chl. Thy rays- ot h ::hnteit , Wou:d gila lit -.4% o hope. Wilie mne'.ry lk at% incgtoes.s %uuld strac'. % ntti U]. cepe. Butati ! how alm tle. measure., Tle tosadnk PLss ui tie iit.ui tt 'Twere ev'o a greater plei.-uce With hfIe itse.L I t pa. Hlow .iesed is the ble--ieg When treaslure. ill the hivar1; lint ih I liow e d-d-t rc-dl;:, When frioend fic: mc to it d nani--t lart No tie of eartho cnu mver. And loose tihe chcoild.. tilat 111. 1 Wou ieasrt.' th:at ::hn lte'. t, By kcnd...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 12 October 1842

We will eling to the Pillare of the Teample of owr .Exeig ..W .Ungse ut. VOLlME V11. EigentAA C1OUS 4018O , - MaOmEFIELD ADVERTISER 6y. aT W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. 'Tatee Dollars per annum. if paid in adiance-Three Dollars & Fifty Cents .f ot paid before the exriration of Six Iloathsftom the date of Subscription ead Four Dollars if not paid within twelve Months. Subscribers out of the Stateare required to pay in adeance. No subscription received forles than ose year,andno paper discontinueduntil -allarrearagesare paid.exceptat ibeop ties of the Publisher. All subscriptioni will be continued aless otherwise orderedbefore t be ex piraties of the year. Any person procuring five Subscri. ers-and becoming responsible for the 'meshall receive tbesixthcopy ratis. * Advertiseemnts conspicuously insert at 64 cents per.square, (121ines.or ess,) for the 4t intertion, and 431 cts. or each cotiattdance Those published ontbly, )r quarterly will be charged k per square for each insertion. Ad...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 12 October 1842

XiaeeuseuS. Fsn Ae Greeacius MoaUtaiar SLAVERY. - The relation of master and servant has subsisted among the buman famtiy from an early period of the world; and Noah, by the spirit of prophecy. foretold that Uainan should be servant of servants unto bis brethren, and the decree of Heaven i cannot be disannulled. The Persians, the Greeks, the Roman, the Jews. and otber niations of antiquity had their slaves, and which they obtained by conquest. or par- 1 ebased wuth their muoncy, or they were i born in their houses; anal modern ntions, speh as the English. the French and the Spaniards have supplied their Colonies With slaves; and the English refused to I discontinue the trafie, when requested by I her Colonies, while the trade was profita ble ror her commerce; and by oppression i sod taxation the majority of her own sub- i jects are redaced to a state bordering on I starvation. Millions of br oppressed I subjects in India are in a worse situation - than the slaves in t he United Stat...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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