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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 12 October 1842

Frmteg Cruton Corser. 2%e Watker, A Gale, Loss of Life t -Os Wednesday last, the weather gav idjcation of an approaching gale, and a aheclose of the day. it commenced blow inevil _T frnom the E. N. E. which con .Sddvrtagthe night. Yesterday morn ijg he tide rose to an unprecedentedl beiphi w coliering most of the wharves, and in Ven due Range and Market street, flowing u, so as to reader the streets impassable. O the western side of the city, too, many c bthe streets were submcrged. and boni weire ply'ng, in some placesi. from house I house.n Boundary- street, ne uinde: stand that several persons were i aken fror their houses in boats. and carried to place of safety. In the course of the morning the win changed to N. E. and N. N. E., and cor tinued to blow a gale throughout she dma sod up. to the period of puttiug our pape to presst. About 8 o'clock yesterday morning th -ateam packet Gladiator. rrom Wilmin; tone made her appearance in the harbo with the mail, and proceeded up the ri...

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. — 12 October 1842

--~Mhs Wgsk Oerver ~~ . FRIENDSHIP. Gie me a, friesid-best boon of life, To ebeer my lonely hours; Amid arth's toils and bitter srie Wben oruiune sternly lowers A friend I want whose heart is pure, And melts at human woes: Afections strong-that will endure. While mountains rise, and rivers flow. Triendabip pure-is always kind. And turns a pitying eye. To these who sigh anmid distress Orin desertson die, Misfortanes ne'er can it depress. Or turn its kindness by: It plucks the victim ofrdistress Fes pain, and reted enmity. 'Twill shield the soul from en*'vy's bliglht. And bear her sorrows too; When wealth fursakes and foes deride. And comforts are but few, 'TIs not a plant of earth below, Its parentage is heaven. In angel's breast at Grst. it grew. A fragrant, beauteous (ower. It is immortal and div ine. I1tt may by mortals he possessed, Yet fewofall the human kind With thispweet fower is blest. Friendship pure-'twill soothe the dying hour. And watch the bed orlanguidhin. 'Twill divea...

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. — 19 October 1842

1.* p* WeL I wilcigt h h epe, we wi perish ==iat the RainO. VOLUME V11. EAgefLIla C ourt Rouse, t84 . EDGEFIELD ADVERTISE R BY W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in advance-Three Dollars & Fifty Cents if not paid before the exiriration of Six .Motbsfrom the date of Subscription %ind Four Dollars if not paid within twelve Wontb. Subscribers out of the State tre required to pay in advance. Noabtcsription received for less than eeseyear,andno paperdiscontinueduntil all arrearagesare paid.exceptat theop -tion of the Publisher. 411 subscriptions will be continued aNIss otherwise ordered before t V-e ex. piration or the year. Arty .-rson procuring five Subscri. hers tad becoming responsible fot the -same,ball receive the sixt h cop gratis. Advertisenents conspicuousl insert -edatOi cents per square, (121 ioes.or less,) for the firt insertion, and.43j ets. 1Nr each :uatinuance Those published montbly. ir quarterly will be charged $1 par square for each 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. — 19 October 1842

,iMacellaseouse From 8A4 Mobile Trjbaxe POLITICAL 1AOVEMENTS. John C. Calhoun.-The Alabama Tri hune. as bas been stated in our prospectus, is established for the purpose of recom mending John C. Calbona to the Presi dency. The L(tDocratic party of the South has watched his growth in public favor with no little satisfaction, for his po litical lire has been a series or struggles ihr the maintenance of popular rights. .the re ariction of Goveromemet action within is proper limits, the preservation of the rights of the States in their original frce, and the inculcation of those doctrines which have atiall times formed the peculiar fea ture. of the Republican faith, as contra distinguisbed from those of its old antago nist. Federalism. Mr. Calboun's earnestjo-opertiton with the Democratic party. for years past-the self-sacrificing spirit with which he came to the support of the leading measure of the late Administration, at the called sea sion of 1837, by which he lost his elevated poit...

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. — 19 October 1842

Irial to have robbed the mail, because of his tender years, and his presumed want of sufficient knowledge of the diff'erence between right and wrong in the nttier. To establish a moral and legal accounita bility to pinlect the mail against ihe depre datims of those who are thus suffered to eseepe the punishment denounced by law, the employn.ent in the service of the De portment of lads. of such immature years as forbidden, it will be seen, by the Post master General.-Madaonan. Ordered, That no person under the age of 16 years be employed as a mail carrier on any post route, or a cleik in any Post Office in the United States. The 'better to enforce this regulation, it is required, that the age of tbe carrier and clerks he entered upon the oaths of ofices %% hich they respectfully take, before they are traKsmitted by the Contractior or Postmas ter to the Department 11r file. And the Special Agents of he Department will promptly report all instances of non-con pliance with this regulat...

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. — 19 October 1842

It I TEMPERANCE SONG. Ala.-From Grrenland's Icy Mounlains. From Gallia's teeming wino press. 4 *From Hlolland's streams of gin, Where thousands in their bliudness. Prepare the bait of sin, From many a fiery river, From many a poisonous rill, God calls us to deliver The victimrs of the still. What though they sing of pleasure, While each the goblet fills; What though their bliss they measure fly quarts and pinte and gills. in vain, with lavished knidnes%. Heaven gives us riches bread, Distillers in their blindness, Make poison in its stead. Shall we, by Temperance aided In health and peace to live, Shall we, to men degraded, Refute the boon to give? The Fintain! Oh! The Fountain! The halm of health proclaim. Till men o'er sea and mountain Shall haste to tell its fame. Waft. waft. ye winds the story, And you ye waters roll, Till Temperance in its glory. Slatl spread from pole ti) pole: Till health and pence and blessing Shall follow in its train And Christ all hearts possessing, God e...

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. — 26 October 1842

'We will clbg toethe, Pillars of the Temple ot Oup Liberties, ihd &di *0 LTV111h w wl k'.iab UMI&S &he Daia.J' VOLM.E VIL E& veaL (Qu~rt R1oust, J ;b'2h1S~ N.9 EDGEFIELD ADVERTISEft By W. F. DUISOE. PROPRIETOR. TERAt. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in advare --Tree Dollars and Fifty Cetis. if not paid before the expiration of 8x ?dondrs from the date of Subscription-eand Four Dollars if not paid within twelve Months. Subcribers out of the EWe are requited to pay in adanrce. No subscription received for less than one arm, and nopaper discontinued until all arrear :geare paid, except at the option or the Pub All subscriptions will be continued nules otherwise ordered before the expiration of tt Any.person procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same, shall receive the sixth copy gratis. AdmrdiWments conspicuously iuserted at (NJ conts per square. (12 lines. or la.) for the first inseruon, and 431 cents, for each continuanaace. Those published Mont...

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. — 26 October 1842

- a, New Oduas 2wpk. 2U let Midemans jCsp.-The mel ancholy fate of this young man has excite aSe great degree of interest in tbis cnm mounity a'ad we are sure that any thing re lating to his uimely death will be ead with avidity. The following article, haa dod to as yesterday by Commodore Moore was foundupon his person after he receiv ed hiadeath wound; and was written, a has since been ascertained, but a few min utes before be appeared upon the field from whence he was borne, so soon to b a lifeless corse. The few lines which w now lay before the public, were the last b ever wrote, and may well be regarded a an emanation from the grave. They shom nhat were the feelicps of young Culp they lay aside the veil which a orldlines spreads before all our actions, and expos the workings ofa young. gallant and chiv amrous spirit. He was called to the fiel of blood to atone for some real or fanciec insult. In obeying this call, he bowed ti the despotism of public opinion, and sacri fleed all ...

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. — 26 October 1842

For iA@ Adertiascr.. TIRE LAST RACE. Ala. Eotzroa:-Perhapsit uonld be in ting to at least the sporting pari of .our readers, to bear the particulars of be Areat Sweep State race, t:at caie ofltriver Hamden Course, on Wednesday, the 12th iast, Notwithstanding the weather had been very bad for a few days. the stand was crowded with spectators from all parts of the country, and the ladies too seemed to be much excited, as many of theu ownewl considerable inter.st in the horses that started in the race. The folluwing horses contocdedt for the purwe : Joht Bas comb Govrnou uutleur, uleak lIan k. M uckle Jou, Boston, Nick Diddle. J'hn Richards, Columbus, Nullifier aid Clod Hopper. Various were the opinions is to the favorite horse. Bets w-re offered, Bascoube agatust tle tield-othe'rs lsoLed upot Guv. Butler ats the brag nag, and as mauy sure tiat Black lhawk, Muekle John, and old Boston would bw trouble some customers, in any CrtowId. At leneash. howeter, the horses made their appearance...

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. — 26 October 1842

gI Patrons.-tinny persons to have the idea that an Editor sho l be general almu.giver-that his time, services and money should bef e and gratuitously rendered tO every mainl and body of men, %who way wish to op orate upon the. public mind. We have ja been ampos with an instance of this fact. which we find recorded in a country pa er. At a meeting last week in Barnsta Ia, the town voted that the report of the School Committee, %wbich was read to the meeting, " be pnted in the Barnstalle Patriot and Narmouth Rteeister. provi- i ding that those papers ieill publish it for, nothing." Now we put it to any liberal ninded man if the town of Barnsiahlto might "ot with quite as much proprieiy and fairness have passed a resolution to ihis erect : -Resolred, That we will ou S ,urday next, dine on venison at the houwar of 3la jor Tompkins at the Buil's iead, prori ded he will charg,- us nothing for our din ners!"-Why is not the one proposaition qoite as prepoterous and uajustifiable: as tie oth...

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. — 2 November 1842

e e will cling to the IPUlare of the Temple of our Liberties, ad IfS mINI fall, we IwSl Perish amidst She Ruins." VOLUME VII. Eigcefield Corti 1uu8 C's. i s - N .4 EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER ,. r W..F.DURISOE.PROPRIE'?JR. TERMS. Three Dollsr. per annum. if paid in adraver -Three Dollats and Fifty Cents. if not paid before the expiration of sx Moths from lite date ol Subscription-and Four Dollars if not, paid within twelve Months. Subscriberil out of.the State are requited to pay in adrancer. No subscription received for les than one -ejr and no paper discostiiued until all arrear mare paid, except at the option of the Pib 'All isubscriptions will be continued utileomi otherwise ordered before the expiration of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becominag responsible for the same. shall receiv e the sixth copy gratis. Adcertisese;"s conspicuonly inserted at o-24 cents per square. (12 lines. ir tess.) for tie tir-i insertion, and 431 cents, for each continiuamie. Those publ...

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. — 2 November 1842

1Z ~~tgu Inteligence* . Fos do sfiultinior Ancam. from the Liverpool pnrs, Sept.24. AWFULLY DESoA.LCTIVE FIRE AND GREAT LOSS OF LIFE AT LIVERPOOL. Yesterday morning we witnessed the mot awfully destructives fire, whether as regards life or property, that has ever taken place in the locality-more destructive. indeed, than the memorable fire in 1802. which destroyed the Goree warehouses. On that occasion the estimated damage was-warehouses. ?44.500 grain, 120. 000; sugar ?60,000; cofiee, f8,500; catton, ?30,000; sundries, ?60.000-total, 33, O0; whereas, on the present occasion, one article alone-cotton has been destroyed to an extent exceeding the whole of the lss by that memorable fire. It ha been escerained by the broker's returns, that 37,474 balts of cotton have a been consumed by the conflagration of yesterday. wbich averaging each bale at E9-not above the mark-gives the enor mous sum of ?337.266. If to this be ad ded the cost of warehouses and sheds de strayed, together with the...

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. — 2 November 1842

intiing Roisse.-It har long been a s Oct of iuquiry as to the best time to paint to tle clapboards of houses urability. Repeated eiperiments Il been made within twenty- ive years, I which have resulted in conviction that - t applied between November and it ill stand more thun twice as long it which is spread in the warmest [ The reason is obvious; for in the oil and the component paint form a bard substance on a or the clapboards, nearly as d as, and not easily erased, or ,ith a sharp knife, and will not tl of, whereas, paints applied in hia oeJuly and August, and more ly if in a severe drought. the oil todiately penetrates into the wood, like water into a sponge leaving the lead nearly dry, which will soon wear offi. olnUseary Soldiers.-There are in t It itoed Stae, just one hundred sot- a dier of the Revolution on the pension A list, over 100 years of age. The oldest man on the lat is Michtel Bale. Union , iounty, Fa, who is in his 115th year. re of In consequence of not receiving...

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. — 2 November 1842

Shrt's Sale. 1y virtue o(sundry writs (of Fieri Fa las; till proceed to sell at Edge Geld Court~Hoase, on the first %jouday and Tuesday of November next, the fol lwing property: William T. Minter, vs. Mary Strome, adar'rx. and William Strome, adm'r. of Wilijam Suome deceased, two hundred crie.of'and more or less, where defen dent'Win'.Strome lives, adjoining Wm. T.Bird and others. G. L. & E. Penn & Co., vs. Jeremiah Minor. the tract of land where defendant - lises. Parks & Barker, vs. Kindred Ilareley, une hundred and fifty acres of land mo:e less. adjoining Shirley Cook and others. Cadaway Clark, vs. Isaac Harring, one hundred at'd fifly acres of land more or less. adjoining John Inlow and others. John H. Smith, vs. Smallwood Deen. (Dan & Smith, vs. the same, seventy -cres of land more or less, adjoining John Inlon and others. Jamt~es Bonds vs. Philips, Dunmire. two i,.r d'-d neres of land more or less, ad j.u.i& Gibson Collins, and others. .. w Rorertson for j(...

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. — 9 November 1842

AO Ae i 1t "We will cling to the Pillar of the Temple of oar Llberdtsi '" fal, we will Perish amidst the aimn." VOLUME T H. . E0 our t 110se EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER - W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. TE RS. Three Dollars per aunum.'if paid in adeeare -Three Dollars and Filly Cets. if not paid before the expiration of Six Months frons the date of Subscription-and Four Ioallern f not paid within twelve Months. Subscribers out ete State are roqsisd to pay in adranes. No subscription received for le~ than one and no paper discontinued until allarrear- i anre paid, except at the option or the Pub. i A1 slubseriptions will be continued unless ordered before the expiration of thset n lie Subscribers and g orthesame. shall receive i stath copy 1 dhert s - onspicsonsly iuserted at 62.1 cents per square. (32 linis. or less.) for the first * insertoo. and 431 cents, for each continaice. Those phlished Monthly, or quarterly will be c gsu $1 per te for each insertion. Ad veruseent not ghi the number of 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. — 9 November 1842

edust, -Ansrienn Diver.-We notic-I d a short tiine since, a daring but sac cesftul leap made by this fortune-achiev - gand dauntless young American from the mppost on Sunderland Bridge, En- I gland From our papers by the Britanoig, - we paSIVe that he had taken another eapfrom be same place, which eam whis beapedl, it'w ill be ed is 1 feet. A correspol f the Nor -hen TMess gives the followiog~articu ars Of dLresult: "When Smith arrived at the surfage of 60 water, the shock was tremendous: It appeared that his right lower extremities rst touched the water. lie disappeared for about two or three seconds, and then commencedto s*= most gallantly. I ordered the boat to make for him with all specdi but another boat being nearer to him, dragged him into it. I then saw that he la against one of the boatmen in a state of aartion. The two boats approached side by side, andl observed that he was lnsenstble, that the blood had left his lips. I ordered them to change his position to the'.angle o...

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. — 9 November 1842

k.' vau, November 6, 16 4. of businewi could not; of our market in time for and now I have nothing en ommunicate. We have done a leavy basmnese during the past week, of cotton have been unusually large, 3000 to 3500 bales, but prices were so that both Plantets and 3erchanta seem ed. I am somewhat surprised to see show such a deterudnatioin to sell ay,or the best prices that can be obtained. tmay be said, that the present crop is and Fhave no doubt that it is larger than het all will acknowledge that the price oteIuais-now low-er in this country than it ever'has been since the article was frst grown, and if the Planters continue to rush their cot tor oathe markets, I we nothing to keep pri ees&V.g1 lower. until the Egtishren get hel eep into their hands, then things g~be-msaged a little better. and pa ices will -'-' aW our 'lanters have sicrificed the I, Oggpm, am a prophet. or the son of a -uier do I ipretend to be. or to see fur-t futre state of the Couon Mat ket e myaighbors, ...

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. — 9 November 1842

.New eIs..o ds 'A' H ubscribers respectfi ; iform the Ladies of this vicin.:t.. nn:' th 1.-blie a rneally, that they have just recesve. trom Now York. a new and weil selected asor FALL AND WINTER GOODS AND TR1MMINGS ofhe latest style. consistim *m parts of Silks, satis. Ribbons. Laces, G IM, iaits. flosury at Scairs, Fancy Swals. Cambric Ilansdkerehiefs. II Velvets, Whalebone. urIs, Combs. Brnshes. ti pins, Needles. Perfumery of various kinds. r and many other articles too numerous to men tion. ALSO fr A fine assortmont of Leghorn. Florence, Tus- c can, and Straw Bonnetts. French and Ameri can Flowers. Fashionable Silk Hats mado to - order. MRS. Es N. DOWD wili superintend the estaltwiment. whose lon experience in bussiness. has made her familiar with all its branches. All wook will V be executed withneatness and dipatch. and in a style not inferior to any similar establish rubment, in Charleston or- Augusta. te Orders from the country. are respectfully 7 solicited. BLAND & BUTL...

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. — 16 November 1842

"We will cling to live Pillarm of the Tesmple of our fall, we will Perish aidst the Rai. VOLUME VI1. Eapeiela C .ur t Ros m ,42. EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER BT W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in advance -Three Dollars and Fifly Cents. if not paid, before the expiration of Sox Months from the. dat a Subscription-end Four Dollars if not paid withn twelve Months. Subscribers out. o the State are requited to pay in adrance. No subscription received for lea than one pe, and nopperdiscontinued until allarrear are paid, except at the option of the Pub.: AU subscriptions will be continued unlees therwisa ordered before the expiration of thu Any person procuring five Suscribers and ~b sig responsible for thosame. shall receive Adu .muas- conspicuously inserted at 624 n pir square. (12 lines, or less.,) for the first inurhen, and 434 cents. for each contiminasce. Thbse lished Monthly, or quartiv will be pd per sqtare (or each in'ertion. Ad. a wuemeols not having th...

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. — 16 November 1842

rtem -the WV s nton Globe. THE NEXT PR 'SIDENCY. For ourselves, and speaking only for ourselves, we earnestly hope, and most im licitly believe, the real genuine, single ed Democracy will never submit to be led blindfold into the contest which is impending, that they will neither "wave all discussion." of major or minor points, nor acquiesce in the mean and cowardly policy of making no declaration of princi pisfor the public eye;" much less, imi tate such dastardly dissimulation. They wil rally round the man. whoever be may be, whose prcvious'couduct has demonstra ted that be is indeed -*one and indivisible" with the Democracy, and devoted to those great principles which, as they have never hesitated to avow in the face of friend as well as foe, they will never cease to man' tan. It is not enough merely to put down the '"common eneiny," wi.hout knowing who is to be put in his place. It it not enough that we conquor. We must reap the fruirs of victory in the re-establishment of that ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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