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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 23 August 1843

1We Wini cling too lus" o~t f 40e temple ifemt Libeadml and it Is mumcfAil, we will Periah amides the 3.1mg." VOLU-M e EDGEFIB!D ADVERTISER W. F.DURISOE.PROPRIETOR. T ERMS.-. rtree Dollars per annam, if paid in advance -'hree Dollars and Fitg-Cents. ir not paid before the expiration of ly Months from the &WeaSflntription--nd Four Dollars ii rnot PadittU twj d Months. Suhscribers out of the Stane are requited to pay in edvwice No sbescriptioa received for less than one low, and no paper diseontinued until all arrear 'are paid, except at the option of the Pub Jihr. AM muscripioas will be continued unless. thegwise ordered before the expiration of the y person proCuring fis Subscribers And jaecoag responsiblefoi the same, shall receive the Aixth copy gra-. Adssdissinticonseicuously inserted at 624 'et per square. (12 laes Or Las) for the first inserten, and 431 cents. for each centiouance. :Thsn ublished Monthly, or quarterly will be cbr-ed $1 per square for each inserton. Ad. vert...

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. — 23 August 1843

nd in n manner mc es to my feelings than MA& for the oca I obj@ct, it ws not only no a s'leetion lihbnld be made, it should be made from the later Se stlier af my speeches and -iscUnn on y tialubjects. To allthave saisi or, written in the of thirty-two years. in which I teen withbout Intetnision in public 10i ll makethe work too bulky and expise~e to be accessible to the gret bo of the Community; and to publish thee eoas.early date instead of those of alate would 60t ,ive the inlormation in tended.' I sceordingly lited on the termi euda of Mr. -Monroes Administration. wben I became Vice President, as the - 'eid from whih to wake the selection. Tha y e fairi rded as the point of sbarolbiacalbistory whieb marks the eosdbo En old and the commencement -of a.newnir of things. in the midst of *hl!A9 Ietill are. From that tothpre Met lme is.a period of eighteen years, be .ag more than half of that in which I have ieen in the service of the Union. During the wholWI took a plominent and ...

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. — 23 August 1843

"No i Mill, 'as I understiod him.) under the impression. tiat he will not be a canidate at the nest election. But be has not yetierved the rst day, under his new election. gd -as circumstances may occur to induce him to change his mind, (which. in common. I am convinced, with ninny of his constituents. I sin cerely hope may be the case.) be considers it paematire. to make a us.re positive declaration on the subject. "A Crmas or Cuasvannat.R DUTIUcT." rn Floridh.-The Savannah Repubican contains a letter from their correspondeut in Jacksonville, E. F., relative to die stte of the inhabitants, weather, &c., fromt which we ex. tract the following: "We have had. for the past f1ew days. the most driving and drenching rains, I ever wit .nessed or read of. The drops have fani' so thick and fast, that the extended hatad could not be seen. and the distance appeared like ar im netrable Northern mist. Florida is a pecu country, bowever;-ead.amont its pec. liarities, dQue are momn unaccounta...

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. — 23 August 1843

I LOVE THE MAN. I lea the a= who calurly rests, -Wlt~awhakad fri have Oowvn. Who peaceands leaW, those heavenly guests, s*nsulytmes his own; .Wh. never looks to earth for bliss, -Whome treasure is dh skies; - To weom keen sorrow's dusk abyss 8rins no depressive sighs. I love the man wib kindly beam 11* haughIlty tyr nt's frown; A hiato yd and rot be weas . look ofeal renown. ~ cotemtW~ the egacions slight, - not gect his ol; 04' 6nner in tie truth and right, - As passion's billows rm. I love the inn who kindly gives. A Heaven has blest his atoe Who shares the gias that he receives, With them that need them more. Whose selting art of pity ova Q'er saanw and distress Oral his friends who mostly loves, X Thejoor-the fatheries. I lo, the men who orms to be . The amor sect. a slave Whose soul is like the saushine free . ' feeas the ocean wave; Who when he sees oppression-wrong speak out in tnder tones Who feel$ with truth that he in strong j T.jrapple e'en with thrones. I love the manalo...

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. — 30 August 1843

"We will cling to uhe Pillars of the Temple of our Liberties, and If is must fall, we will Perish amidst the Huinel" VOLUME Vill. u C., August 0, 18S4. NO. 31 ECDGECFIELID ADVERTISER By W. F. DURISOE.PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum. ifpaidin deanrt -Three Dollars and Fifty Cents. if not paid before the expiration of 8:x Months from the date of Subscription.-and Four Dollars if not paid within twelve Months. Subscribers out of the State are requited to pay in adrsnce. No subscription received (,r le;s than ou , ad so paper discontinued until all arrear eare paid, except at the option of the Pub liser. All subscriptions will be contiuned unless otherwise ordered before the espiration of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and *beconung responsible forthesame, shall receive the siah opy gratis..4 cossipicuolos us erted at 621 cents per square. (12 lanes, or less,) for the first insertson, and 431 cents, for each continuance. Those a ubishd Uonth . or qoarteaty wi...

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. — 30 August 1843

IFOREIGN.. wo s ustwnnera.fw - etteCAdfsrea ' Naw Yna,X to. 16 DAYS LATER FROM lU ROPE. By the artival of the Hibernia yester day, at Boston, -e have received W ilimer & Smith's Times of the 4th instant, for which we are indebted to the Mess. Haraden. Our extracts are from that paper being the only one that has cone to ad at the time of going to press. Business at Liverpool, anti other mar hots, was not improved. Tho .lercury ol the 4th'savs there was a fair consumptive demand for most leading articles, with tie eeeption of sugar. which was unusuall) litmited, and prices remained unchanged In cotton there had been a good business goingon,but without the slightest improve meant in prices.-There had been sone advance in the prices of corn,but no chang in the rate of duty. The news of the loss of the Columbia and the safety of all her passengers reach ed Liverpool July 20. by the brig Themis from the Bay of Fundy. The Margare with the passengers, arrived on the 1ollow ing day, when...

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. — 30 August 1843

A amiple of the new crop, (ays.ie Char leuina Courier,) Upland Cotton, taken from the plantation ef Thomsm B. Ctarkpon. in Rieblnd District. on the V aterce river. has been lef at our olice. which has been pronoun ced by judges of the article to be well matured, and of good staple. We are informed that the cropain this section of country are a fortuight or three weeks behind those of the previous 5.- 5easo. The Augusta Chroaicle ofthe 25tis infLsavs, the first lsle of new cotton broupht to our mar ket this season was received yesterday at the warehouse of J. Alexander, from tho plantation of Augustus Lamkin. of Columbia county, and osld at 8 eents. The color of the cotton is brght, the staple good, and the quality about "fair." The bale of new cotton. received a rew days ainee by Mr. E. Henderson of this .ity was suld yesterday to A. Lafie. Esq. of Charleston, et 8cents per lb.-the quality was about"fair.'' Twoales were received by the Rail Road Ia evening, one from the plantation o...

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. — 30 August 1843

TO THE MEMORY OF DL J. HAGAN. a1 A LADY. tio mre-no mnr*-i he no more, 8o latey ai' here, Gen to the dim e sunless shorE, His bright existence dear I all the light ofjnatee and truth A dream ofd at bast, IT sinles days of youth, - Aphantom of the past? An echo from the lonely tomb, Where his told ashes Weep, Tel us, tg Mesory's lips are dumb, Her sobbrig heat mast weep. Oh! sweep h dust of death iway, Obhvion! rend thy veil; Twere vain-on sorrow's sullen tide No honored bark may sail. The swindler's reeling now no morE Disturb his silent breast, The strife, the agony is o'er, He sleeps-he is at rest! The bright intellienee of his brow, The lustre of his nipg, Are all that memory worsWips now, Ane af death leaves behind. Wo more bank malice dark BDis bloodless heart shall wonnd. - We now fails rancrous mark, inu~ boo smiles =ro&r. No more corrupt tn insolence, * Shall dare the lost condenn. Te fiendish Laulnieasbarries hence, *From bun. and fall on %hem. For. ahl! while pure exis...

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. — 6 September 1843

0*At* We wii cling to Mhe 1Pillarg of the temple of our Liberdes, ad it is mit fan, we win Perish amist she. be -VOLUME VIII. EAgetiel our t Ionse, 8. C., september , 848. NO.S EDOIEFELD ADVERTISERC - . JI k I_ W. F. DURISOE.PROPRIETOR. TIi%" sOUuzpaaW... if paid in admsee ...iibolma and FiftV Cents. if not paid before the epiaioAft Months fram tihe date at Sphseription--nd Ponr Dolars if axt pa' wilbi twelve Mgths. Subscribers out - orte Sat: are requitadst pay in dams. M ubscriptdos receved for les tan ene sladaso gaperdiaantinued until allarrear Ipai, cept ae option of the Pub All uubscriptions will be contned unless saherwise ordered before the expiration of the r101 procuing five.Sabcuiberu and * bep~h~gresposiblefothamew,Uhllreceive i"Monali inserted at G24 ml..gaare. nos orls.) for thegirat Emnikand, a43tcents, for each coatinuance. 'The pblished Month ,or quartealy will be ?r 81 per qar cu insertion. Ad not having the number of. imer pit .,wIll be condnued ntil Wfor perse li...

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. — 6 September 1843

hersanns boen a ea to extent as atone . . .esterday *S1fa to be unsurpasd in a volume ol wauelkdischarg*d. and which continued whb aemited force-r several hours. The damaged.. in this city is very con. alderable, and W the neighboring towns of -mmyWlHlamsburg and Newari VeWy 'r has been done. We the adjacenitcountry that tha te outhe small streams have bo$ nt been carri of on the commo re"d and on the rail-roads. The inoter. , en o6 n the Now Jersey Rail-road nroitn Owse were, swcb as to delay the or vi ; or the Southern mail several hours beyond its msne! time. 'The damage done In t~ ciy nomists in the filling of nearly ant We'nar a. the.depressed i arts or the jurig' goods in the ware hbosei inejobbing stores, the greater por iionof which are upon low ground, and In the loss occasioned to many poor peo S-who inhabits cellars similarly situated these there has been some under. mining of honL4s and a bgdily carrying of of portion ofour wooden streets. The total quantity of rain that...

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. — 6 September 1843

[slwsN Kdeael Ianitieet.} ampriant from te Wea, (of trW.) Pro the second number of a new ,paper just established at Bateeville, is Arkanssa. by he title of -The North Arkausas," nder date of August 9th, we copy the Uilowing: *Important from 9ke Indian Nutihe. The following letter. from any intelligeut alties of this vicinity. now in the West, contains, most important information. It will be reellected that Rridge was killed about two years ago. by the adherents of the Rome party. The death of Ross was doubtless an act of retaliation. It must result in a serious difficulty : *BATTIK's Parats, (A R.) July 15. *2To the Editor of the Arkansas: -Dasa Siat--All is consternation here ameog the Cberokees:~ John Ross is slieW A gentleman direct from the nelghbwbood of Ross, arrived here a few hoars ago with the news. The truth of the rport i not doubted berm. The par tietars are not, as yet, ascertained." No 4obi is eapressed by the publisher desl t rutb of this information. Until it is miof...

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. — 6 September 1843

AM I bet e 4riurift. THE PLOUGH. or tahle ocenpations, And Ueds ofevery kind. Trn.gh the mest distant nations, Thes is not one you'll find, Nere nsetnon its station, ifflistory be true, bhere-is na one so ancient, A. is the gainful Plough. vol Plusghumn said the Gardner, Com not ustrade with ours. walk in = the Garden, And ae dbe early Flowers. Se cnrous border. And wiik review, There's no seh peace or pleasue Proceeding from the Plough.. & Paradise or pleasure. A Garden is you know, A Edam wall a Garden five tnsand years ago. Old Adam wasa Gardner. When be was just made new, Our Trade is then moraneict, Than isymr painfWll Plough. he aid the jolly.Ploughman, SNo calling Ideapse, So eah man for hs living. Upon his Trade relies. Though Adam in the Garden, was seat to keep it right, Be sojourned not in Eden, Longer I think than one night. He eat not of his labor, But what was not his due. Be was driven from the arbour, And aunt to work the Plough. Some of each generation, This cal...

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. — 13 September 1843

Fs "We will ca ng tv the rilnsa- of the Temple of our Liberties, and if Ist mast fall, we will Perish naidst the R.a5m." VOLUME Vi. C- n un t 1i ust S. O., Setembe 12, 184-. Nio. 32 EDGEIFILD ADVERTISER UT W. F. DUISOE.PROPRIETOR. .w TERMS. Three Doliauaper annm, if paid in denre -Three Dollas and Fifly Cents. if not paid Weftoa epration of Six Months from the tate of Sabscription-aid Four Dollars if not laid withil'twelve Months. Subscribers out of the Sta ae required to pay In edawce. No subscription received for less than one yor; and no paper discontinued until allarrear a are paid, except at the option of the Pub Aft abseriptions will be continued unies otherwise ordered before the expiration of the year. Any person procuring fiv Subscribers and ueing responsibleforthesame, hal receive thesatha copy gratus. Adisrt issilts conspenously tuserted at 62 eentaper square. (12 ines, orles,) for the firt n ,Ad 431 cents, for each continuance. rh.li Monthly, or quarteuly will be giI 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. — 13 September 1843

4 Ya ..Jeaus f Cemmnua a-J ra ra ruox tyEw. steamer Bitannia, CptHewett, aii a Boston betwemn and 2o'clock on Soaday morning, beinging.Liverpool papers to the 19th uIt., and London to the - e ig -of the 18.I 4er mail reached bere last evening via New-ilaven. It will be seen that there hat been a thther advame in cotton, but a decline in flor-the weather having been gene raIly favorable. Most other branches of ale-were i an improving state. LivEaroot., Aug. 19. During the present week the underwri h'irs at LloYd's hse received accounts cootatiling information of twelve melan eboly shipwnekhs, rtended with a very serias loss of humn life. Two converted Jews were on Friday - ek baptisuil in the parish chureb of Vilaienham by the Rev. Paul Louis 1Wfoiidord. himsell a converted Jen-, and stelyiordained a mintser of the %Church elo cmeiDg, convened by the Chamber ofctamnereV, was hold at Birmingham on the 16th, to take into consideration "the prsent alarming crisis" nf the country. The 3e...

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. — 13 September 1843

)kzico.-A few days ago T*asluad to the note addressed b Mr. Do wgra, Minister for Foreign Awairs in Muico. to General Waddy Tbompson, AmEAssador of the Ur.ited States in that country, of which the following is a literal transla tion from the Diario del Gobierno:-N. 0. Courier. % his Ercekccy Waddy Thompson, Eaey Ertraordenaty and Minister Pen jpeteniary of the Un'Led ikates. PALACz Or Ts NAT. GOVTamr. T. 6 m &XICO, July 31. 1843. ( The public pepers of Texas, as well as 'the organs to which the conduct of Mr. Houston has given sene force. in recently proclaiming an semitice with the rest of the Repulie, and in manifesting his desir to bring about -mie arrangement bicb ay- put anend to the separation which 'has existed since 1833, makes us natural ly acknowledge that the government es tablished in that department, has not .r Vauised and :loes not sustain the expedi jen" which acordin; to all appearances, is-composed of citizens of the United States, and has intoiduced itself into...

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. — 13 September 1843

gig SALE. if iondy writs of Fied Fa Ite -willrig proceed t) seU at Edge gedCeirt House, on therst Moadate 'uamain Octboer next, the follOwi") F. Welevls A. 0- Leek; Jamem Geodmam vs h $ao the "0me 'aio thousand ac;reo land. more or 'ug adsf F. W. Pickens, and otbers. v. Elizabeth John Cothan, surviOvse zb MeMAian. tho defeedaon' interest in two hiu4rm ofland, more or less, witer she 4.SVoining lands of John Trapp an .thra,-rvivor, vgJames Me the Mthe iaterest of defendant the above tw@ andud r*" "f land wher ZUth M eMilliar lives, adjoining a T.a OtCe - :Eeries Powell. Seur., and0whered cf d lendant ive udley Roundt, ad others. Gcciy. L. dm. Bridge and ,0la 4 ad.o f Samuel MAoorh ofr luadreacres of land mr nroing lands of Jcob Log r m . d others. Wildon Gopi v ath roryot iam aD.Namnc v OlivSerhilon; J.h br ouvs the same, the store hous & Wn. a bDL.Aa in abe town 0 WOac s of laD, L.r oruls,whr e fnAdli dBruson, adn'r. vs John 11 a avid le an e rut'i of elta e the trfacto In igcnt...

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. — 20 September 1843

" We will cHug to the Phila of The Temple of our Llberties, ad it ft mmit fan, we eil per"ish ami-st lRs." -OLUME V - - R., September 9,0, 184&.&5o.4 uuDoIuD ADVRTSER BY W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in admenct -Three Dollars and Fifty Cents. if not piid before the expiration of Sit Month. from the -dale ot Subscription-wnd Four Dollars if U&r 'paid wisha twelve lonths. Subscribers out of the State are reqb ed topy in adeance. No subsciptio received for leafs than one peer, and so paper discontinued until allanrreir ages are paid, except at the option of the Pub All subscriptions will be cootinued unlcss otherwise ordered before the expiration of tie . Anyperson procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsibloforthe suie. shall receive she ' copy gratis. * 4dsrtiseents ceu ieonsy i. rted at wi(2 eals per seqNare. (12 nes, or ss.) forAm first iansertO, and 1 cents, for eab con nece. Thee pblished Monthly, or quarterly will be cha 1 ...

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. — 20 September 1843

ILITICAL. jetic Petersarg pic. It may be profitable for us to enquire into the pretensions of the individuals who are spoken as the most prominent candi dates before The Convention of 1844. for the prsidency of these United States, and as the most prominent. because, he is =de so by the force ofcirrumstauce, we wilU begin with Mr Van Buren: There arefw men in -the course of a long and active public 3ife. wbe can look back on thope"t and God they have done no one ast which may be objected to; in this re Mr. Van Buren stands almost un ,ialled as to any act or commision, but he was content to have the mantle of that great man who preceded him in office placed upon his shoulders, and with whom 1A s glory enough to have served one term as his chief-and that great man, with alihis high bearing. known patriotism and honesty of purpose, had his faults too, which drove from his administration many of the sait of the laud. To use a cant ex pression 9Mr. Van Buren had not been promiesen per ; ...

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. — 20 September 1843

EDGEIELD C. H. WZDWZSDAY, SzCresansa 20, 184. it We wig ling to the Pillars ef th Tempke of our Leriewe. wdfit mustfalLam Perish emidst tae Ruins." FOarREsIDENT JOHN C. CALHOLTW Su~ject to the decision of the Democratic Re aNU MCoenatlon, to assemble in M 184,as recommended by the States 4,ya g M Kent ucy. Lou uima, New fawire , Massachusetts. Alabama and M ssiwppi. The Wsaher, &c.-From the commence meat of the month until the evening of the 12th day, w b ad the warmest weather we ever re. collect to have experienced, at this sea.on, for any length of time; on that evening, and the wo following days, we had, what we presume we may set down as the September gale; the windhMw a hurricane and the rain fell in tor "eas. We bar the coton Crop in the neigh berheod haa safered considerably. and those who had not been so fortunate as to have had their fodder secured, must have sustained a considerable lon in that article. The weather has elared away, the days still very warm, I but the ...

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. — 20 September 1843

jUDmEVF'S SA LE. Y Tirmm ofsoodry write of Fieri Fst cis 1wi pced to sell at Edge go Cowt Hose,on the firt Monday and j 1 ay in October next, the illowIgt 'eJamin McCormick vs Catharine a J and George Tankersley, the triit olnd, where defendant Catharine Tankersley lives, cootainiug one hundred and fty acres, more or less. George Loas vs Pugh Nix ; Jerome Co vs the same, and John Mouchet; Branoo & Mondy vs Pogh Nix, Win. Baley and lAmes Bailey vs Pugh Nis; one 1161 girl,, Nance, the property of lempeead & June vs Marcus I U and Ada Johnson,two negroes, viz: I iand and Martin, the fellow Edmund is sai to be a good Blacksmith,and coarse Shoemaker. Steedman & Merritt vs Besoamia Bar ton, four hundred acres of land, more or leS, bere 4fendant lives, adjoining Iga&iof Cbales Holley, end others. James E'o vs John Bridwell, one wages, two me and one care. B. F. Gemedy, T. C. vs John Marsh,one tract of land, lying on Big Horse Creek, wheredereodant live. Ahmond & Fowler ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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