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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 1 March 1843

"We will c .g a.tao e i... of The Te.ple of ... L i ers " a ..If rt.utfall, we wii Pcrah amidst te ains." VOLU--E VIII. - -ge--itl ouvtiose,. . 84.N - EDGEFIELD ADVEflTISElt W. F. DI(TRiSUL.It)PRIETOR. TEflf. Three Dollars per ann::m. if paid in adcat -Three Dollazs and 'ily Cents. if not paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date of Subscription-and Four Dollars if nod paid within twelve Months. Subscribers out of the State are requited to pay in ad.rxcc. No subscription received fer less than oea #ar, and no paper discontinued until all arrear ages are paid, except at the option of the Pub. hsher. All subsjciptions will be continued nIless otherwise ordered before the expiration of the vear. . Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same, shall receive the sixth copy gratis. Advertiiiemeats conspsicuously iuserted at 624 cents per square. (12 hien, or lea.,) for the first insertion, and 431 cents, for each connesuaice. Those published Mon...

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. — 1 March 1843

l~ekite and Texas. Nw Oht.Exs. Feb. 16. 3fettk.-By the arrival of the revenue cutu* Woodbury, we hae received files et Mexico and Vera Cruz papers, of a late dat and letter from a correspondent casu in that country. e suppression of all the liberal papers has given just umbrago to the people of Muuico, and allows little iotelligence to circulate through the country, but such as may promote the views of Santa Ann, Tbe Government is raisiug a very large army for some purpose or other-ils 1-!s tinnuon unOcertain, eithcr Texas or Cam A Mxican brig of war had been wreck ed, aboe* 30 miles from Vera Cruz, with the lass of 8 lives. The steamer Regcuccador left Vera Crut, Air Campeacby. on the 29th uit. She was to return immedately in compa ny with ste'amers Monte.unmn and Gauda Lupe to carry down about eight hundred more troops. The whole amont' of troops already sent to Campeaeby, to subdue Yucatan is about 9,000 of whom only 3000 are said to re main in the Mexican service. Air. Southall ...

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. — 1 March 1843

wSsdg,).u of Ine preacarra of S. C. Confer. ence. for 184-3. CMAuLssto~s DIsTbac.-R.J. DoydP- E. CUaLasroN; Bethel. 1W. Ias; Trin ily. Jas. tqtcy : Cmiberlanl, W. C. Kirk land ,S.James, J. Nipper. Black Swamp;; J. W. Whe!e-, W. G. Cano-r. Walterbere; C. Norchiio::, W. A. BasI. Orangeburg; D. G. Mc=aJil. D. J.; Simma~ous. Cypress; J. W Welbarn, L. Litle. Cooper River : L. Searborough. Misionw Baenfu-, T. E. L:dbetter, A. M1 Christberg. Pocualigo ; A. J. G-ceu. Comabakee end .3lapuo ; J. R. Cobur-. W. H, !3m1ith. P, Pw& ; C. Wiiron, N. Barj. N. Santec; Satou-t Leard, 1. M. Green. Cooper Ricer Vissiun; A. Nettles. Sarvannah Racer; M. Hubbins. Cos.IeUar DIstPUCT.-N. Tally, P. E. Cokesburry; W. Crook. W. Ii. Bru son. Edgrfield; S. Dunwoly, W.W. Flem Pendleton; D. W. Seal, J. E. Davis. Greenville Station; W. 31. Waood. Greenville Circuit; J. Mc~luckiu, W. M. Kerr. Sup. Usnion; A. 3cCorqudule, W. T, lar Laurens; G. W. Moore. Newerry; J. W.Zi:aimorman. D. Boyd. Aiken 4- Hamburg ; I. J. ...

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. — 1 March 1843

P ROPOSALS for carryi" the Mails of the United Stes. fron e I it of July, t 18, to the 30th or June, 1847, inclusive, Sath Carolina, wiU be received at the Con. i MWs 0ee of the Post Office Department, in c dhe e of Washington, until 3 o clock P. l. fe*@ day of April, 184, (to he decided a bythe st day of May.) on the routes and the i =nm and time herein specified. viz: SOUTH CAROLINA. 3101 Fromt Columbia by Camden, Tiller's Fmy. .to Chersw. 2 miles and back, sin times a weekin two-horse coaches. Lave Columbia daily. except Sunday, at I a e, arrive at Cheraw me days by I p mn. Leave Cheraw daily, except Snnday, at I a wn, arrive at Columbia same days by II p an. Proposals ate invited to carry the great Nor thern and Southern mails daily. nits this runte, by the following schedule, tn wa;;ons or such other vehicles as the contractor av select, so coatructed as to secure the mails atid protect them against the weather. Leave Columbia daily at 6 p tw, arrive at Cheraw next day at 10 a ...

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. — 8 March 1843

f* "We will cling to the Pillare of he Temple of ou LibeIes, ait is must fnin we *in per"sh sntet she dea.s." VOLmIE VIII- ont Rust V b, M4~rth 8, 1848. NO.6 EDGEFIELD ADVERTISEK a W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum. if paid in dveari -Three Dollars and Fify Cents. if not paid before the expiration of Six Mouthe from the dafe of Sebeeription-and Pour Dollars if tow qaid within twelve Mionths. Subscribers out oEthe State are required to pay in adveaca. Ne sabcription received for less than ene eypar, and ao paper discontinued until allarrear ages are paid, except at the option of the Pub lisher. All subscriptioast will be continued unless -otherwise ordered before the expiration of the Any person procuring five Subscribers and -beaming responsible for thesame, shall receive the sixth copy grstiu. AdesaaA conspicuously inserted at G24 oats per sqare. (12 lanes, or less.) for the first inserioen, and 431 cents, for each continaaance. Theme ablished Monthly, or qu...

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. — 8 March 1843

AGRICULTURAL. Fer ras Adertfr. REPORT ON COTTON.. Made to the Camidge Agn. SMy The Committee appointed to R* n on Cotton, beg leave to submit the following: Considering as they do the importance of the cultivation of CoUn to be of vast in pormance to the South, as it is one of those articles of commerce which always yields ready cash, its cultivation have been in creased to an alarming extent, thereby de preciating its value, although other causes have bad a tendency in the reduction of its value. Its too great a cultivation has been one of the meat obvious causes, by the supply being so much greater than its consumption, thereby lessonnig the de mand; for whenever the supply of any ar ticle is much greater than the demand or consumption, as a general consequence it depreciates in value. Your Committee are of the opinion, that under any of the common modes or culture, the supply of Cotton for our markets is too great. and would therefore recommend as one of the means of consuming it...

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. — 8 March 1843

Whkie Staoery its Havuna.-The fullow ing extract of a letter, received by one or the editors of ihis paper from a scientfiC vs traveller, who recently lectured in this ad city, gives the following account of white ci slavery in the iavana.--Char. Mer. ri HAVn'A. Feb. 15, 1843. a Mr DEAS Sia-According to promise, vs I take this opportunity of the return of the It Hayne. to send you a few lines from this dehightftl city. I hsave not any news to tell you, except that the English-speaking P( people here'are too few, to render my tn public labors profitable. As to the slave bc question, I see nothing materially different H rm what I have already seen elsewhere, ti except that I am informed there are here W a considerable number of whilesUes, con- flt sistiag of persons who having emigrated. tl mnd being unable to pay for their passage. I are sold by the captains of the vessels. It a' is said the traffic is extensively carried on b -that the emigrants, chiefly females. are c entrapped by ...

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. — 8 March 1843

&j~OWS&LS ruW cafi KiO il. or' P ihilited Stater the tauo.Imy 18M to d th of June, 1847, inclnsiwe m Carolina. will be received at the Con trc 0fl ofdepost Office Deame ut, od tayef 164i. a(its ba decided b . the Itday of 3y.)OU &be routs an M nnr and atme berein specified. viz. SOUTH CAROLINA. 3101 frno Columbia by Camden, .Tillr's Ferry to Cheraw 92 miles and back, si ime weekits twobaous coaches. Leave Columbia daily, except Sunday, at I Marrve at Cheraw awe days by l Ip m. lae Cheraw daily, exeet utllda, at I a Wearrive at Columbila sane ys by p m. ,roposals ae invited to carry the great Nor thern and Southern mails daily, on this route, bythe (etidwing schedule, an wagons or such odher vehes as the contractor may select. so comstcld as to scure the mails and protect *00~against the weather. Leave Columbia daily at 6 p in, arrivo at Cheraw next day at 10 a in. Leave Cheraw daily at 101 a io, arrive at Columbia next day by 2 a in. provosxas a nc ginvited for the srans...

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. — 15 March 1843

VOLUME ___ al rtllcxr Ronst*? 1945.il O. Sal5VIELD ADVEUTISEfl DY W. F. DURISOE.PROPRIETOR. TERm. Three Dollars per annum. if paid in adeaa --Thee Dolta and Fig Cents. if not paid before the expiration of Sx Monih from the -diate esebscription-and Four Dollars if so -d *itin twew Months. Suiseribers out StT are tqgnig.d to pay in adraare. silbisitmtion received fnr less than on gsrmad iis paperdiscontinued until all arrear C ar pahl, scept at the option of the Pub -AiI subecripdons will be continued niolem qsperwise ordsed beforo the expiration of the Any person procuring five Subiwsrihers nnd 'empig responsiblthsame, shall receive siz- COPY gratis. 6esa o icuously insertel at Gll venis per square. (12 It or leoi,) for the first inmertao, and 431 een each coutiuautmce. Theose blad Moat orquarterly will he $per square or each insertton. Ad. n ot having the nomber or iner' ona marked on thew. will be continued until erdbrsil out. and charged accordingly. ' Al Jobirwrk done for persons...

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. — 15 March 1843

CEJNGRESSIONAL. Tk, Righktof Visitation.-Accompan. ing the Presidtl's Message on this' suh ject, was the following letter fr the Secretary of State. To the Hon. the Speaker, &c. &c. _,MqbSccreory of State. to whonif has been referred a resolution of the TIu ofI Representative% or the 22rl int.. request - og hat'the President of the United S.iea he requested to camnaunicate to Ilant Iose, ir not in his opinion iiproper, whatever corresponflince or comtnuuInca lion may have bees received from the I British Government. respecting: the Presi. dent's constructionor the late Treaty con cluded at Washington as it concern. au alle right.lo Visit Anerican vvesels,has the hnor to inform the President that Mr. Fox. H. B. .1. Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. came to the Department oF State on the 24th of Feb. inst., and in formed the Secretary of State that .he had received from Lord Aberdeen, 1L. M. Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, a despatch under date of 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. — 15 March 1843

MedJikui Colege of Gwrgia.-Tlhe de gree of Doctor of Medicine was conferred -an thirty-eight gentlemen, at the- Annual Commencetmeut of ,his lastittilo. oa the 4th inst.. in Augusta, -norg wchom wee the .following from Suatah Crtolion: C. M. Naison. and Nicholsot .1erriwether. -front Edgefield District: A C. SI.:u ad:, from Spartanbtrg ; T. A. Perit ftram: Laurens; L. D. Rogers, and J. 11. Noble. from Abbeville. Mr. CaLIoun in Michigon.--At a meet. inJg.of the Democratic citi.ns of0 .c' igni. friendly to the nuomination of tic [for. J. - .Cadihoun. of S6outla Carolinat, by a Dr nicratie Cuveutton, asse:nbled in the chj.of Detroit, on tho 2W bit., at licb, smong other reolvutions espressive or their - camdence in the enpacity and integrity of thi Uoata4le'Satesman, the following We samaimously adopted "Reaftend, That the lion. John C. Cal bourn h"- identifed his niame with [be sur - em of fhesa great priucipleq. .by the pncedaut ability. energy, contsitency tnd iseal with which - he ...

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. — 15 March 1843

Wtufrua r rryni - = =ail= of he Iistld ttii. fro' thestat 'of July, it3,, to-he 30th reJune, 1847, inelinsre, 8ooth Caroline, will be received at the Con iact 0ce of the Post Officet DePartment, in the eit of Washington, ansil 3 o clock P. 31. ofthe M day of April, 113, (to be decided by the 1st day of May.) on the routes and the manner and time heren specified. viz: SOUTH CAROLINA. 3101 From Cuimbia by Canden, Tiller' Ferry. to Cheraw. 92 mies and back. six tunes a week in two-hame coacbe. Leave Columbia daily, except Sunday, at I a i, arrive at Cheraw same days by I I p i. lave Cberaw daily, except Sunday, at I a 0, arrive at Columbia same days by 11 p m. Proposals are invited to carry tihe great Nor thern anLd Southeri ismais daily, on -i::nnte, by the following schedule, in wagons Sr 1'.ci; other vehicles as the contractor nay select. so comstructed as to secure the mails ind protect them against the weather. Leave Columbia daily at 6 p m, arrive at Cheraw next day at 10 a m. Le...

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. — 22 March 1843

n? "We will e15g to th Pirws of the Templot of er Libersile, and it fai we will Perish amii he Rains." VOL"1AWO VIII. - 8. each 22, 184-. NO. EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER BY W. F. DURISOE.PriOPRIETORL Three Dollars per annum. ignuid in edmas -Three Dolliri and Fiy Cents. if not paid before the expiration of SSx Months from the Iate o saksettion.-and Poor.Dollsrs if act paid ithin twelve loaths. Suscribers out of the Se are equited to ppy la advttc. 'o aslscripgy received for less than onec y , ind no paperdisootianed antil all arrear are pa't , ecept at the option of the Pub All subseriptions will be continued nealess %Xmiwie ordered before dee expiration of the Any person procuring five Subscribers and -becoming responsible for the same, shall receive She sixth copy gratis . ' Ader.ticius conspicuously inserted at 62j -cents per square. (12 ines, or less.) for the first insertion, and 4:1 cetn. for each cotisanance. .Those pbliabed Monthly, or quartcrly will be har $1 per equare lor 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. — 22 March 1843

jig Offistic of The twing Resolatinas were adopt itlat q~e~gof the Disiseat'RW pub%* Party. held in J;barleston oc the 11th inst., in connection with a Report, wtlicb, on account of its lfength, we are un able to publish. 3h veo'.ing was addressed, with force and eloquego, by the Hon. F. 11. Elmore, Ron. F. W. Pickens, U. G. MNenminger, and JobaA. Stuart, Esgra. The Hon. W. R. King, the distinguidbed Democratic Senator from Alabama, was invited and attended the meeting. Mr. K. upon beig called upoa to address the eetiag, excused himsel, io eonsequenoe of fatigue and indisposition, the result of seet teVOLi 3. RAsolred. That tis meeting regards the selection of a proper candidate for the Presidency by the Democratic Repubicas Party, as of the highest importaoce to se oure harmony and efficient co-operation; and that they will cheerfully submit ibis selection to a National Convention, to be organized upon puiociples of perfect fair aes and eqalityand to meet at such ti ne s vM ad wo t...

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. — 22 March 1843

tie minohity. This appeal was then, on theo motion @if another Whig, laid an the table. This proceeding was had, although by the rules a motion to take up any pro positian was always in order, if there was uothing pending. Thus, by this worst ape cies of gas. d.se arbitrary will of a majori ty. was the enormity of this ref'usal of the 'Whit Senators to comply with a constitu ional reluisition, prevented from being held up in its proper aerh to the indiens tion of the people. The 'linuie of Dele gates passed a very proper bill- liberal to the Whi part -pportioning the Stale into distRets. Thi Scnalo laid ibis bill -0 the table, without even discussion.*1 'tj7prpace.-The Bahrmam Patriol days: - The total number-of perso~as, mem bern of different Temperance Socieie in that city at the present time is 13,447 ! In the month, endiug'!Dh ult., the increase of members amounted '(6 730." Th EartAquak.-By the last advices it appears that iimhtense damage h3s been de" in the West lndies. At An...

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. — 22 March 1843

ROPO9AWSA .erri MAhe atl ofC P the United .81 ofJuly d 1813, to the 3t f 8, meluuive, South Carolina. will be received at the Con- a tract Ofiee of the Pst OWc1 artment, In d the ci or Wasbiate, antil 3 o lock P. M. oftb. 3thday of A -ril.1863. (to be decided a by the 1st dal of .)on the ates and the a manner and time herein specifed. via: SOUTH CAROLINA. 3101 From Columbia by Camden, '11ler's Ferry to Cheraw. 92 miles and back, six times a week in two-horms coaches. Leave Columbia daily,except Sunday, at I a m, arrive at Cheraw same days by l Ip in. Leave Cheraw daily, exce t Sunday, at 1 0 in. arrive at Columbia same ys by ipm. Proposals are invited to carry the great Nor thern and Southern mails daily. on this ront., by the following schedule, un wagons or such other vehicles as the contractor may select. so comtructed as to secure the mails and protect them against the weather. Leave Columbia daily at 6 p in, arrive at Cheraw next day at 10 a in. Leave Cheraw daily at 10 a m, ar...

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. — 29 March 1843

AI "We will cling to the Pillars of the Tcmple of our Libertes, "id if It fi'MD, we will Perish amadat the Ruais.. VOLvIE VIII' COWrt loUge, a 12,11, 191a. EDGE1IELD.A DVERTISER W. F. Di'r f.l iitP'JTr , IS Trhree lloll-'r. pet 1: I.P'g ua-a~ -Thirce 1i. .,r E 'y ',. Iv. Yet palld before the erpiration of -!-i Mouth, favm t;e date of Suhcript.on-amtil Fotr lollr.o if not paid within tweiv., othe. Sharm rilters out of the State art- r.'ei.-t its Pay ill cde'aec. No ntuscriptwa re'e.ivedl foor i'.a than oar yAr. and no papi r ll.:uotinwed uti! al rrear Ie are paid, oacept :t the oltioni oi the Pnh lisher. All s.:hcrip'ions *w!I im .::cd noire -Woherwise ordered beifoire the rxep.ra.tn to tie year. Any person prarnrin: rie iubsriber. nnd becomting remponhehh- f t itamwe. - hall receive the Fixtih copy gratis. Ad:rtiseaents Conspric styon-v itiesried at et4 rents per olquare. (112 iin., er ie.) tier the first intiertion, and 131 cents,. for etch ciontiinnie. I Tsose piblislied Mlonthl. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 29 March 1843

FOREIGN.1 aesr _Ass St- Bomingo.-By the sebooner Hard, arrived this morniag, ar seem days fros Aux Cayes. we have been fgfverd with the folowing estract flom a lsaer. dated Auz Cavas, HavT,. Feb. 27, 1843. The South part of this Wsland is now in state ofopen insurrection. The insurgent army, composed or upwards of six thou sand men, have taken passsion of Anse d'Hainault. Ans a Veau and Jeremie, and in the latter city have established a provisional government. A number of remetable Haytien merchants, and other indtviduals have been imprisoned. Dr. Lovell, a American citizen,mneb respec ied by the natives and beloved by foreign ers, is condemned to death. No witnes se having been called to corroborate the charges alleged against him, the United States Commercial Agent has been in duced to report accordingly to your See retary of State, regoesting assistance and protection. Business since the commencement ofthe revolt is entirely at a stand, and until po litical afairs are settled one...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 29 March 1843

of the bar. upon the receipt of the news or the Judges' indisposition, immediately or ganized a meeting by calling Col. Hern don to the chair, and appointing William Ray. Esq. Secretary, to wh;ch the follow ing resolutions were submitted by Colonel Dawkins, and unanimously adopted: Resolred, That the intelligence of the illness or the Host. B. J. Earle, who was to have presided at the present Term of the Court at this place, has been received by ibis community with deep regret. occa stoned not more by the immediate loss to the public service, than by our cordial sympathy fur his affliction. Resolved. That we consider the ocea Man promir to eapress our high estiniation of bis public serv ires, and the sin-cere hope that he will shortly le enabled to perlormt his official-luties, which he has hereiofore discharged with so much honor to himself and service to the cuuntv. Murderer caugla.-By an extract of n letter received in Charleston. which is pub lished in the Mercury, it appears th...

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. — 29 March 1843

ROPOALS L or carryt umaiud of the United States. frin t let of July. 184,. to the 3&b of Jone, 1847, ineltie, South Carolins, will be received at the Con - trOa 0500 of the Post Office Department, iu tho or Wsington, tail 3 o'clock P. M. sftbe 3tday of i, 143. (to be decided i bylthe stda of ay.) on the routes and the manne ad time herein specified, viz: SOUTH CAROLINA. 3101 From Columbia by Camden, Tiller's IFerry to Cheraw 92 miles and back, six times a week in two-horse coaches. Leave Columbia daily, except Sunday, at I a m, arrive at Cheraw same days by 11 p m. Leave Cheraw daily, except Sunday, at I a m, arrive at Columbia same days by 11 p m. Proposals are invited to carry the great Nor thern and Southern mails daily, on this route, by the following schedule, in wagons or such oier vehicles as the contractor may select. so coastcted as to secure the mails and protect them against the weather. Leave Columbia daily at 6 p m, arrive at Cseraw next day at 10 a m. Leave Cheraw ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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