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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 3 July 1844

-,mz zo_ O -Z 'r rai t . - - IM EDGEEDA~ RTI' ER " .:- < e~. -app -. , 'ta~nbenut d1'i:rty Cents, pOr annum, - :.jaid --, - 1i-e~'Dollar if not paid 7+ before the exltalf QCNion i Ianths from the r-date o SubsCrpt n.iad ' Dsi' ars if not paid il tetve -ontis' Sbst riberseout of the sate if'ieqtied to pay in advance ao'sbdc rpinng ireceived for less than -oe gear; anc.uo paper dis ntilued until all ar kenrages are patd',ae: t at the option of the PublsheE,. Al~ ssntsortpi ia wilt be ontinhe4niJess 6t 'erwi dat eforethe expiration' ofthe yeat: - Any person p6 tibPrg fiveSubscribers-and beong. responsible {or the same, baallre ceiveOtejsi'xthcopy g talis .Adseizets sonspicrOonslY .nti'rted at o62& cents :persq iare(L2 li'ns,.orless,) fortbe first insertion, and 4-cents, for each contini' .ance. Thosd published obtlyiYq4aiitelY cwiLbar& i er stelu rdeach inser -ind- Adv dlernilts iot havingthae umber. ,.wintsein' ll baeonti , . gitd 0qlered oit, ana targed ac'cdrd :ti l.. t '...

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. — 3 July 1844

" g -via eo ty otu ilic: r. efeneca ttg a se;il: necessaril: e ,eaceand uiet I asirforn the 6in ol *Creland, and asyontoii tdative1Tand e iiiticided runder the - isanctiQ.of ;religio. Y lon jre you serve qieth-d'isk in the adora of the.,ver-liviiged. 'Gratifj - :meia your fridsy .oYir being quiet and peaceal4e.. .T~e miesof'Ireland-would be di - hted asyour violating the pace,. or be iw . ity;of any disorder. iDappointtbem-gratify and delight-by peace. order and quiet.. *-rYour faithful-friend,' - DANIEL O'CONNELL. Coni Exchange rooms, 29th May11844. The Anmxalian of Texas to the United States.-The proposed annexationl of Texas.to.the United States .has created a - eat sensation at-Paris; and revivcd-the asnuerou speculationsi which were.:afloat -aring the Canada affair, of the.necessity Sofmaking common cause with the United Staws, and of thui directing a powerful blow against the best interests of -Great Braia. The. National is already. in the -8leld and calls on the nation to dis...

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. — 3 July 1844

-vv --in. - te F h3 nriedof thie -acountry, and, tioN igainsi - eiblic to takea -? ll 6y toR e [ofl"ir . ;t; L C ;had the answer to call s gs'ythe 1st a Sto receive it 00 dent and i. Cal tih dlih tiiitjok the . hat -erversion iw"hit-str egitie ioios e ti .' The decree. however,, fias gone forth and Texas :toe ean,forci. -~ j -mun .tliat ternto ~hileiti~a ~4ect of nistres to-other por -mt ter oflife and death ' K WL s tozies ic -institutions,--and -- ghe .uriegard-nofson of hers in any other light than. tiatof:raitor. to her:interests who'op +fy.My alhiigealth is excellent, he seems aietakeisa-new'lease olife and is full of energy oijp'nse he President is calm and serene, not vithstanding thetieatnent he' has received at the handsoftla-Senate. "The pjesent Charge.at.Belgimm Mr. Hil iard; will not leave Brussels -before October - nortt -He wasextrem'ely.:solicitous to. have returned in Juily;but as:Mr. Cleinson; the aew :Charge.willnot be prepared to-g before-Oc tobeirr;ilisardwill re...

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. — 3 July 1844

' Th -eir si e 'light, te s hri heruglit, it srnti ldicoon, r" nulb ung(o himself the-tune:: - j topt of theway, we're all unlucky ' ,8~a sadis he fate of Old Kentucky. Flea ate his hopes of late to bright, ' :s.,mun has sunk:in.endless night,. -2 aig it the Democrats are riasing, e way they poke bite is surprising. S =wGet out of the way we're all unlucky We'reina teniblegpkehitbOldentucky. mitters athloarg arthe ai udlyycongHickory"s imeithey 'bear mil and vale their shouts arise, -H:su g'as the tears streamed from his eyes, "Get out the way, we're all~utitucky, - We'Wotot wlth Old-Kentucky. Jdjiil1tte,:by Yomin Hickory, They're marching to a gloious victory, Theat on the breeze, Oeir loud notes swell, - e sung wits a sigh,'tia oui-funeral knell. Get ott o'f the way, we're.asl--nluck.y We'l na'er.make President of OldKen-" |J .ucky -le's high tarrand low. for revenue; protections A'ny'kind of tariff-to secure his election. Bank and anti-badk-for land distribuiion, - But-he sung,. ...

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. — 10 July 1844

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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. — 10 July 1844

_. -)" 1 4 .31 /!1 k* - - f Aert es a adafits stfaU wegs llPerau , . V~~ozL P tSDir MIT ..,. t - , .eO n -tRap5%.T. 4 ':* MDAsL:LAS,. o( 1ea - n ueS e of.t se lepgt of the vele th e ouneb and aNeaso lengthy ad his eeksap a t;. a-- onsid- r TCorrespondents.-,A e F dto2 sato 'veeeived too lat hg'ttasee'~ ' "The penmaadings of tha/ Redl Juyerebration has ce~t han d .-appear in our next. For wint idu'u - beein froed to lay.serse voloaeteerjQt% the iet Streetcelebraon until ineitdeedi " ;t'aretoai..Thg M Ot ftlhe Mnagers ofth6 Election to be he'is the fourth Monday - of the presentmont,. fo' Clerk, will take place on the .Wednesday following, instead ofIie Thunday following, as ,advertisled. .The game of Howard's box was tinadveriantly omnittedelt' he lit ofboespublis-ed. Q".'r Rumor-says that Mr. John -Tyler, a son of the President, and Mr. Pleasants, editor of the Richmond Whig. have gone into 'North: Carolina, to settle a dispute in an "AIoxorats ;Way Jt? Chancelor Bibb;d o entneky,. ...

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. — 10 July 1844

rk' 41h' 71 .' o rsm- eet a sec y rhr the correpondence of the . Y : ba t learn, oorjoii " , tis cdisists an the soribed thed e t ip tt iifS4O robbery at the o w A hjtt'ep,.s01 ya .takten $ i - ha ir u faith %n the'me mr" cls i PO _~~ai froa it 'tiii so'vin ths sYstiOafrair" uee'I~ conirmnaiiosi ~ce'ferAU -, Iderqr&Iisivered 5)i :esmerisit = Oco Ml tondwas recently inrrdeedai and-his liuuse robbed. 'A Jady e i state. of. Mesmeris n in. duc by - Dr: John P. ChaL 'ha d ird ivtw inaividuals as hawingibeen egd in the'dreadru deed, statingthat iiti"'nomitted the murder. while- one palce Iway the goods 'hicheetegi itgo aiblack trunk.' She has gtyen the di rection the goods .ha41 ataken, how they were carried offn ad has mentionfed that the rmongy is burjed on the-premises, &'. Aeiingon 'this:the. dayer believes rhat with theaid of other trivial cikrumstan eeaeliaited during the invesligation, he bas dlatedfthe premises and: expects. to succeed .i solving i mysterious affair." Sloo...

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. — 10 July 1844

~- a ,. cii~ut with revel shout. ., K ,,wildd en ielcry rinw5 out . -- ,t r-er'druk~l ~Stteart with. heart and hand wtlmhand,-i. - N t-. Wisteonward pres-weCcotrt th t -w. r,f ,?t k bold-a tre-aTIfaitu baud- ~ '~1; e _iw ,ms o the free : eeamir'd*IaWny hand. a . ~~I&(l ttsuo~dstj+ ettiy r- ir~uptou firom the lantL:x we. ht: d A Mtu -ever; self~-~ feand hazld =a~yround r ' ;' s ie who can "peoveiacereant-0 nevt. - fe 'fs >cattul h aid t e it the rouznd,r ----Thau banner oQhobra ve- ~u, 'Full-pledged tb F ed atim esied aaS, 'ttr heartsareatru9- Ar~hetrt5 575af~ Wi fght fi requia rihits-iud laws; k L Tie heritage our tatbr r gae~i'~ 1J+., _ The holy pr'taer'hh'heyv b Ooid, Their m~nsimal gtiard-bt'oygaveO -Shall close abuve'emrcid'reltt~at1'" hea. Then pro dly ratse or standard 1fI h,r Anhd Li'ry momanta1&c-cV'fY gld-~ Shall "echo brick our-rhIytin"4y, - -.i " Yes-boldly 'be our banner-flng, ' " Anid nfln let ev'ry riremoanvhe,. -S oon-soon shall leaj,.rotni every tongue - T...

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. — 17 July 1844

1SYw. a.7r .t. " * ,1 . ". "..t.. .- . ... ."'9:"- i: 3+J. i} , -";. +n; r. .yc. r. 7c ti r i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r We wil cln tote.r'q o h Tml o u Lbv'J-d4ca at al w i Ptr'o ef $ii VOLVVE x Edat111OL~tOuse EDGEFIELD ADVERTJSER BY W. F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. NEW TERMS. Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, per annum f paid in advance-Three Dollars if not paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date of Subscription-and Four Dollars if not paid within twelve !fonths. Suhcribers out of the State are requited to pay in ddcance. No subscription received for leis than one year, and no paper discontinued until all ar .rearages are paid, except at the option of the iPublisher. All subscriptions will be continued nules therwise ordered before the expiration of th6 year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same, shallre. ceive the sixth copy gratis. Adortisements conspicuously inserted at X.1 cents per square. (12 lines,orless,) for...

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. — 17 July 1844

of~ Missouri: H~e expected Mr. Van B urea to be the next President of tbe U. S., with he hope of being his seccessor, but a .tow ering Polk stalk has recently sprung up which darkens all his prospects and makes bin truly desperate. By Jas. Hill: F. H. Wardlaw: We feethat his merit has never had its re ward, but we rejoice in the oppot tunity to 'do hiJ stice-by' t him our next Senator. By M- :Tbompson : John Q. Adams : Theenemy of the Constitution and South era institutions. *Let him not lay the -attring unction to his soul" that the peo pttT-Edgefleld District will desert their former representative in Congress. whom he so much persecuted for his able and spirited report against British aggression. By J.B. Eddings: The Spirit of Free edotai1Sehievedthe proudest monument of its wisdom and its power in the Con ..,, isthte United States:" ' nB.o ' i Beld.iThe- Re-annexa t o !1i5 This isnaotn ilocal ques tiou,'bnftofle i w4hich every true Ameri. enis'deepl ateressedz . By.MG riffiURevh...

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. — 17 July 1844

rise. among the Blacks, about 300 being a sitnhled near the: town. -.,One of the lea": dg inhabitante had hislorse cut do under him, and was so serely woing .dE that his- life: was depaired of.-Several; Blacks had been shot dowu ant great ex ctemtient and confusion prevniled.--Bos ton Daily Advertiser;Eth'a, 3d inst. FOREIGN EXTRACTS. 11 THE RattANtA. IREANb -.he Imprisoned Rpeeicr. and .'Me Repeat Agitation. The protieditqs in the Dublin Court of Queen'a Bench, i1 the case of the Queen tjersus O'Connell and others, have closed . with the despatch of. the writ of error to London; it was allowed last.week, with out opposition to ahe crown. The authorities ot Richmond Penitenti ary have put some restrictions- on the wholesale admission ofvisitors: they are tio longer allowed to inscribe their names in a book tor publication; and deputations to present addresses to Mr. O'Connell are not admitted. The Freeman's Journal notifies, that -these visitors, who wish to have their names publish...

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. — 17 July 1844

The S e ors Carolima. At: a Gene Abbjl * nd. holdeh at Columbiai ifthe fourth Monday in Novem ber, in the year ul odr Lord one thousand !ight=i idtdred ',nd forty-three, bind from heWconltinlied by divers adjournments to. 4 19th.day. of December-i the shO. year. to altt and amend the first sectioa of the thirdatticle of the Constitution. :it:eacted, by the Senate and House of Representatiyes, now met and :sitting General Assembly. that the first section of ,the thirds articte-of the Constitution be altered and amandd t readias follows:-'The Judi cial power shall be vested in such .uperor and ,j i"of'Law and Equity,;astthe Le " ' ah~ll fl6n time-to tine direL and es. S4Ijlfe dgies of'eieh- hereafter to be 1- ;e".:ti ejrc nissinnlsdlnring good ibebetTf rientil:theyihiive attained the age ul esy-lig years bnt noilonger t and the Judges o@theSgpaiuir Conrtslisall at stated times re ceive #ago p05111 on for-lieirservices which ehallmenfier., b iucreaeid&rtoidiminished dur ;tticv itia...

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. — 24 July 1844

'bit a we will lfink to the Tarrbfi 16~ 'emie of our Llite ti, pad if >it must fall, we i lU Pewih Bmllat th 11 ~ .~ VOLJIYE Ii. EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER BY W.F. DURESOE, PROPRIETOR. NEIV TERMS. Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, per annum ;(paid i advance-Three Dollars if not paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date of Subscription-and Fon Dollars if not paid within twelve Months.: Subscribers out of the State -are-requitd to pay in advance.. No iubacription-rceeived for less than one "SearTand no paper discontinued until all ar rearages are paid; except at the option of the - Publisher. - All subscriptions will be continued u--ieis totherwise ordered before the expiration oftn year. Any person procuring five Subscribel-san. becoming responsible for the same, shallr< ceivethe sixti copy gratis. Adertisements conspicuously inserted t, 62& cents per square.(12lines,orless,) for ti frst insertion, and 435 cents, for each contint -nce. Those published Monthly, or quarter ...

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. — 24 July 1844

In advance of any decision of Lhe Seu ate of that Republic, the Charge des. Af ttairs ad interim of 'the same, addressed a note to the undersigned, informing -him of the signingiof the treaty, and the motives for so doing. The undersigned has the' honor to enclose a copy of that document (in this circular) abstaining from any re marks on its contents, because itself so OBMAN ftsowsitsrasuityatid-calls attention to the foundation-on whiel- peace and the integrity of all nations rest, if ac acknowledgement is given to the pnci ple of acqutsition, that each has a right to seize on what is convenient for its own se g :Siiposperity. Thelindersigned, notwithstanding, could not refrunfrom';aking in his reply to the saidfote lie observations naturally called for on the occasion, and which your Ex '3hi'ei is teee in-theicopy enclosed, which is sent for your infor:nation as well St ly q ioerntent, that it may be ylit p.Wstate of an impor taqeti ttpreted and contin , nesjesatgeuin than usual; ...

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. — 24 July 1844

al:tannef of'evil againstjda falssly, for my is imperiousFy the duty of-Ministers ;as well its other tnen to strive, '_"If it-bo possi, '51e, asmtich a lieth in than to liveaadeablyij with all men. Bit thoyare nott6 seenpeace: by withholding or compromising thi 'truth. They are directed,.Zech. vii. 19; to =.Love the truth and pece." 'Hence we concluae a.' Minister may be useftgl.thoitgh'he ba not popia-. lar: That lie cannot.be usefTl to the full ex tent of his ability if froinihe fear-of man le. fail to declare'all the coiunsel of God.' Bearing in mind the cliarge'of:'the Apostle to Timothy, under the rnost solemn zanc'tions, to "'preach the word," It not onlybecomes the duty of the, ;ministry faithfully to declare the truth as.it is in Jesus, that-they may be " pure from'the blood of all men;''-but also.ai a means by which they may indhce those under their charge to make that word the rule6ftheir lifeE To produce this result, we observe, 3. That the message.of salvation should be ...

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. — 24 July 1844

From th6c0rm**Adoc'e PREMIUMS ($STO('K, &c. At a Meeting nf~th "1eut' v Commit tee of the Neobcrr3 g"' l : Society today, it was " . Resolved, That thei oloing Premiums beofored onAtck at "the Annual Meet fug of tieb'Society1abich is to take place on WeieBasy,.htbe 25th day of Septetm ber nest.viz : For ti'dststatlio, (Native or Imp ) a C' $a0 For the besmack, a.Cup, 10 00 For the best Sbeep, a Cup, " 5 00 For the best Butl, (Native.) " 00 For the best Mitch Cow, do. -'" 5 00 - For the best2 yearold Mule, (Native) 5 00 For tbeltest"t year old Mtle," 5 00 For the st year old Colt,." 5 00 For the best 1 eaold Colt, " 5 00 Resolved, That thefollowing Premiums beg-ffereiliratthe: same time on Wheat, ana; asubsequent meeting to be called o iurpose, when notice is given that the product has been ascertained on Corn and.eCtot,oiZ For the greatest.product of Wheat per acre;:fronirtwo acres of re chi d-ta a ( " $10 00 For the reatised r ct.of Cor per acea from -tuo cresof re claimed land...

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. — 31 July 1844

- - 6 -.-7 ?j - --- -w- -z we will cling to the Pillars of ithe TWO1 det Oftk Libeties, and if It Oust fal, *4 will 1efitsk deilat the unili.93 -mgd v o i Ro use -, t C 3j A I a 8 4 . VOLUME~~ *1X -fe -L -- W F. DURISOE- PRIETOR. I'o bollarg ijnd'ifty Cents. p! unnUm -' ,tiki ad aeia e Dllrfte.9hlid oreitha xpirat thdfrom the - d ithitwe. on.. :,Su ~-scribes out of the Stite are reqttled to pay i adoanee. No .sn.bscription ree d-for less than one year, and nopaper isicontintd until all ar. rearages Are paid, except at the opi0itn of the All idbuscA1iidli Ivill be continued MnlesS otherwiset4ideid bdmib he expiration ofthe year. Aay peison proentiditfi eSd htb 'g nita becoming responsible for the same, shallre ceivethe sixth copy gratis. Adoortisements conspicuously illsettel at 42.j.cents per square. (12 lines.orless,) for the frst insertion, and 43j cents, for each contimou ance. Those published Monthly, or quarterly will be charged $1 per square for each inser. tion. Advertisement...

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. — 31 July 1844

Ffetus southersPatriot. The Hon.; E. Holies having. been addressed through the Mercury !on thb question -"What is the proper remedy for - the evils w hich affilict .the South ?" has raged the. fjowigreply, in that pa per of ti' morning, which as the delihe rate. opirion' of our immediate representa tive, we think should be placed on- record and generally'circulated. fitorf th Mercury: . A writer inyour paper under the of "Hamden " has propounded t fuestion--what is the proper or the evils which afflict the e unequiio'cally, Resistance cM S.1Outhern rsistance, if you can 5~ftvike~ SUte Re'usistance. t he .aq tien. is narrowed' ipAesP bedience, or iu~ ." e~ii t iOvils of the STaf da~aoinoexaggerate& That in a ifew1yearit will oleta to er Cotton Platii'f ob6h Croqaiut alue ii.T Thiat nivsubtnii't~ t Cotton Planting wn'biehours a ay tidegrofitably employed.E'9We may be omlielled to- mandfaeture for our own Leonstimpttio,'becate.*eyi y bedepived of all: Iens of purchaing; as tieo~dia...

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. — 31 July 1844

i Te eathr.-VitAbin die ast eekW w h ad the .warmest weather, we ever: having. experienced, whici has nP4. pleted tlie destruction er the.Corn cro gardens, iti the yicisiitysoLthis village' i ha a fine rain en Saturaay everingi'burtear. part of the cornws11 far gon to besaved. Some for-at*'h(R6e; comenced pulling foddertfciir dooubt t that they w1ll lose it, its being Ared do badly. The following extract of a letter, received by the editor shdOs that this part of our District is iot alonsia its sufferings: "HiGom/4 FERRY, July 29. We haihad a very dry spring and sun. Mer, -thus far, in this-section, and, as a coilse 'quence,crops look'very sorry, especially Coi-n. The weather, too, fot ths'most part, lis been very warm. Ot Sunday the 7th inst., the .thermometer stood it99;degrees, at.2'o'clock, T. M., in the shae;:adwould no doubt. have )isen abov*-100*egres, if a brisk b 'eezhad anoti ng upasbothat time. This was the warmfest day that we have had, in at least-three summerspast. 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. — 31 July 1844

.GRKIGULaRTURAL. Jr8n5 Uouiern Cultivator...; .---rr-Editor-%With much delight- see. n thihai No; of the Southern Culuivator thit ihe subject of overseers -isogmder going a careful investigati'n I have bren: long since of, the. opivion,:that no subject, connected with the plantimg iter est in the Southern States, needs a more careful reviei and'radieal change, thana the loose andaiesui system of overseeing hve -Weie s revalent. And what is s1l, mnre strange 16 me; planters. ofher vus0 .ellinformed, operating, too, with a cipital, are annually employing men erseers, who have no more-scientific allin the business of quecesiful husband an they have in directing a ship in a "ind. Nay. moie; perhaps one half - hese-submit the whole process entirely a isively -to the care and manage ientof these ,tyros! This is the grent easonewh -the-sound of indebtedltess is a uovily- n the enr" of _mi 6 A are engaged i be discarge. o .Uus duties ofa pro'feision, while .others -perhaps, are rtisant s or...

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