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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 7 August 1844

-r . . & - - - -~ - We will ling to the Pillare of the Temple of our Liberties and if it must fall, wb will Perish amidst the Rauins. VOLIU11E IX. B fIA dC& Uw ast, C., Jiigust "I, 1.94. 'TROC-9EDINGS iPL THEC perance Convention, -their Meetings held at Edgetield C. H., on the 31st ofluly vmd Is of A - gut 1844. gust, F.nourma e. H ,44 WednesdayJuly 31'I". Pursuant-to a call of the President of the STATs TEmPRANcE Socedry, Delegates from 'various districts and parisbes throughout the zState. assembled at the Baptist Church to-day 'at 10 o'clock, A. M. -After Prayer by the'Rev. W B. JoH9sso, the President appointed Jons S. JAME4. and {ENRY A *ZSeCretaries.dnd cnlle(d npon the -different Delegates present to report them selves; which was doneby Districts,as- follows: Greenvitl Digtrict. Jesse . Stone, Clear Spring W. Society. ptephen Yerger, Bethel T A. Society. Laurens District. U. W. Ga;'.rtnton, John S. James, Latuens Diatrct T. Socie~7v, P. Farrow. Dr Jo';n W, Simpson, Lau...

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. — 7 August 1844

E~DGESFIELD C. H NwEsEiDAY, AUGUST 7 *1844 - k*th'tk Piuars ofthe Temple Of andixfit mustfalf,weivulIPeris Re-Arnneza nt Ticket. " JAMl840 _LK, . of Teonessee. SGSOR4FL DALLAS, of Penn. gy consequene kofthengivt length of the proceedrigi of the. Temperace, oen T tion~abd'ie coiuitnieations in hiay pa Y-r -re have ben forced to- omit a %ariety of. ' h e gin t'e re s tin g nma t r . . i.o. McDJ~k.-We understand that this, 'gentleman is in'a very weak state;-bo mnch Is his heath impaired, ,that at the-Greenwood Dinner, on Wednesday last, he was unable to reach thestind prepared for hirnto address the asembled citizens, without assistance, and whilst addressing t:em was forced to hold.him. --aelf up by the railing of the stand. His physi cians has advised him to try a tour -to the -Springs; to recruit, ir possible, his health. NMI; Carolina Ekectios.-A few returns have been received, but not enough to give any omplexion to the character of thc State, both parties still appear sanguine 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. — 7 August 1844

But e this hasty statement, wit1 ~ ihe expr of ny sincere egrethift such a dis 'asioit hiis -ieen 'ienderedkne cessary..; A RAD IJADUA. From the Southern. Christian Advoal RsoLUTtoFs OFTHE. ' Q. - COiEkENCE, CUijBEtLA?'D. STATION.I The followipg Preamble and Resolu tions having.b:een prepIaredby the Rev. .S. W. Capers, and seconded -by- the Rev. William C. Ferrell, were edopted by a unanimous .rsing vote. W bereast the.General Conference of the M. E. Cluch at its late session in the State 'IfNew York, by a Usajority of its iemoers deeta ii "eipedient," to regard the plain statuary laws of soti of the States of this ctnfederacy, and the express provisions of the discipline of our-church,: 1. In that.-they confirmed the decision of the Bahirnioie atitinal conference, in the ease of Rev.1r. Harding :-by. which a minster ohtte gospel, .of irreproachable -moral character, was uurigheously de posed frris 66-official functions and useful ness, contrary thibe laws of God-of the church-and 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. — 7 August 1844

ANSWEt TO THE WHIG SONG, eCows vrE FOR THE PATRIOT CLAr. Waote for bWa upon whose brow S '~ evr bai mng brand shall lie! .ehe once sold his country's rights -toulmisrulo-to gain thereby. 6 tte forhim whose bloody hands Y7rreek with murdered Cilley's gore' hose every act's so linked with crime, sea guilt might curses on him pour! Weite for im, who could his arm aut Ra '- honor'd form upraise, uIbti4 vindictive hate, We o.tefor hn.Who evenow, When no more yqungbut,sereand y, JIjs.cou 'si. .ns mst bind, W e votitoe fr im, whoirst co"d tauwt lis feltow freemen with the .ry "Of slaves assuredly we must have.: If they're not-black then ,w hite we'll tryF-&--. No! boda 16 him; the' ansrei blck, Insulted; taunted-freemen give - That no 'dictator' yet we want; - -.3That-free awhile we yet would live! Go-tell him freedom yet hash charms, CNor ever-baaely williwe kneel. To Marat of a mountain clan, WA.ihile Virtue lives, or hearts can reel. MxuiA, 0., May 21. - -R1SCELLANEOUS. IAe American...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 August 1844

We will cling to the Pillars of the Tenple of our LIbetiei, and it unt fall, w erd Parifsi amdat the Rnuinn. V-LF -1E.I O -u * 1 4. EIDGE]FIE3LID AIDVERTISER w. F URtISOE, PROPRIETOR. NEW TERMS. Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, per annum, ifpaid in advance-Three Dollars if not paid before the expiration of Six M onths from the date absedrption---and Four Dollars if nol paidt 1tiive Months. Subseribersoul -of the State are requited to pay in advance. No subscription received for less than one year, and no paper discontinued until all ar rearages are paid, except at the option of the Publisher. All subscriptions will be continued unlest -otherwise ordered before the expi'ration ofthe year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and 63coming responsible for the same, shallre. ceive the sixth copy gratis. Adortisements conspicuously inserted al 62. cents per square, (12 lines,orless,) for the frst insertion, and 431 cents, for each continu ance. Those published Monthly, or quarterly will be ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 August 1844

RULITICAL. 'rom the Charleston Mcrcu7. PAEsIDENTAL CANMIDATEs- rEE - TAaIFF. Under this head we the other day, warned the people of South Carolina of the neces sity.of looking more to themselves than to either of the great parties of the Union for relief from the oppressions of the Tarifr. The mighty- concentrated money power of monopoly is uniformly brought to bear pe egiation as often as the protective qs- is in danger-with what results let hA t answer. The cries and tears of lhe axntArocodile .proved an overmatch or reason and justice atd the #onstitution -ai hope then that they can subdue anudeprve- of his prey the full. grown moonster' NQ onlyis the powerof :the Tarifr party resisalesio icorrupt Jegisition, but they are-arnied with a spelle ,vicandidates for -offld Well informedinednkuew beyond doubt where Mr. Clay's"desires and prin eiples tended-his whole past 'life.was a pledge that be was for- a high protecive tariff-never has he voted willingly for -any other-n.ever has he...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 August 1844

ZDGEFIELD CAl.' DNSDAY AUGUST 14. 844. WJe will cing to'the Pillars ofthe Tenple of ourLibertes.andtfif mustfall,we0tillPers amitst thb Ruins." Democratic Re-Annexation Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT. JAMES K. POLK. of Tennessee. FOR VICE. PRESIDENT. GEORGE. M. DALLAS, of Penn. flevia.-Ak letter received in this village 'from'the Mount Veriion Camp Meeting. states that there had been a considerable rivival, and that many souls had been happily converted, about forty 'of which had been already added to the M. E. Church. The meeting was very large, and still in progress, oil Monday evening last.* The lWhig Meeting at Madison Georgia. Is it true that there is no longer any patriotism in the land I Is there no honesty, no consisten cy in public men? Has it come to this, that our politicians in subserviency to party tactics, are bound to advocate to-day, measures, which they denounced yesterday? We have been led to these reflections, from hearing, that at this meeting, Messrs. Preston and Thompso...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 August 1844

RNISCELLANEOIS. The Frovitier Wet.-A correspondent ofthe New York Journal of Commerce gi-es -ti amusing description of manners and doings on the remote frontier of the West. The introduction of judicial au thority and forms into the wilderness of Iowa some years ago is illustrated by the following story lowa isnow the finest frontier country io-the West,4and is setting up very fast. Judge Williams related to me some amu sitigseenes that he witnessed, when he irsttarted on his circuit, for the purpose Wlorganizing and holding his efirt courts - Whong the rude frontier people. In many *C'unties the had not had time even to eieit any kind of a shelter for a court QIionse. The best provision which could Li-beimade, was to form seatsof logs beneath 1iihiidie-ofra large tree, with a raised .seat'near its tiodgfr the Judge. The Sherifl~ould:pean rt by mounting a sitdMp, OrMur ;ndear by, and crying "O yes, oh yes," 4o uaionuncing to the , wholenontversethat thaecourt was then o ..pened, and...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 August 1844

e will cling tthe Pillas of die Tenple of our Lib e ama u tal, we ril eaa id l the Ruis. MO. *.E IX..Fosg EDGEFAX LDkADVERTISESR W. F. DURIOEgIp;PRIETOR. SEW TERMS. Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, per annum, jfpaidia advanc6-Three Dollars i1 not paid before the expiration of Six Months from the -date of Subscription-and Four Dollars if not *pjaid within twelve*Months. Subse'ribers out of the State are requited to pay in ddvance. No subscription received forless than one year, and nopaper discontinued until all ar rearages are paid, except at the:option or the Publisher. Alt.subscriptions*wi] Ybe continued unles otherivise ordered before the expiration of tlt .-year. Any. person.procuring five Subscribers ani becoming responsible for the same,,shallre ceive the sixth copy-gratis. Advartisements conspicuously inserted W 621 cents per square, (12 lines,orless,) for th, first insertion, and 431 cents, for each contiont. ance. Those published;Monthly, r quarterll will be charged $1 per squa...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 August 1844

lWing comq); iatol IOt Sthnae Courier of .Thursday, in I n with Mr. Rhiett's explicit dent l, fth truth of its imputation, if those who had horried these rumorS tu)o the newspa ad,iaike -, adicenthey -would haesaved thi public some unnecessary anxiety and themselves mortification. The communication was originally brought to us, and declined, -lst, because the author's name wis not commuiiated, and 2nd. be = :' lwatments appeared to --us on their face so improbable, that we would 4ot give Vem ,rculation, without first seeing 0 :Rhett 'What he had said we new-he would stand- to, and we were ieg thaiheiotdi.ba..heW.respou-. e for it to the public.-Chas. Mercury. the~on -R. B;-Shelt. ibh dJinner gen to you by your ti dn the 3lst uit, W.ea e e - rdo t sy ..our speech H .hood "that'he e. a~he- eetorth your ourse wp1 e n a ieou oppos e to ~1~l~at P~tfi~re of -this Siat~),e" acotqfin,nil aatfront - 1 Catie 'rpub e ut no.o look to himlas, ijt nipo'of. il 'othelrs in I Uite'd States, "~o~ 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. — 21 August 1844

alhongsl the bravest and the boldest of our champions. He gallatiifyl i lifnis in the breacha, and battled for the.cause of State Rights. nd of Siotfraroliitt. Though hi hassince-differed with sson some political questions' we sisl- regard him as one-of'us, and as eye ready to make com ntinifause withis hative Slate. It is scarcely 4ecessary to say, that: the opina:onsofsuidh'a man on the great and mo . ent.. di.i.. .ns which now agitates the Stavteienfitligbily to be regarded, what. neieabe thought of the course which lie recoinmends. It will be seen, that he differs widely with Mr. Rhett and his con tituency, who recommend prompt and -decided State interposition. In the conclusion of his letter he says, that whenever South Carolina does act, no .matter in what form, he will return to her borders-and do battle for her. In this noble resolution, shineb out the soul of a dauntless patriot.. -It will commend him to the heart of every Carolinian, and espe cially of every State Rights m...

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. — 21 August 1844

Froms t VeriMnnt Spirit of de Ag. LO r VAS NEW. (nON-SY.SLASHER & CO. ofafhniti nb* I ent. years ago, Mralsts began to fear ovef sirrw Aifdt6ee'p, their prty -up % dniaet look 61i ne," They'e obinged .thei a doen 6ne! .pSine ifodhawn~e Ere "pa.ntwhigs' w de .Theads gsib'st the rightaofiman Were o ply artayed eButteuj9' thef 'iow deny the nmne As itavesitre won't to do. Thei&doctrines lo6k jdst as they did When this old bat was new: When this old hat was new ThiFeds despised the poor, And blushed if they were caught within K'Adirty "cabin".door . The Democrats alone weje fonaod, --Amongile toiling crew Logs were not rolled -in rled skiri Wh^6i this old hat was tew. Whd'bis old hat was new ; 'Tis kown that Harry Clay Professed to be a democrat, .Detore he went astray. -'Anid for the "Secretary ship" Sold out~to ."Johnney ." The man he called, a "traitor Alk,* .Wlen this old hat was new! .len this old hat was new (Ere Harry changed his coat,) He oft declared "no decent inan "Wo...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 28 August 1844

-* - - -- r - - --- - , +- -- - .- - -T "le wilt Cain the Pillars of the TemspIe of our Liberties, mn if it naast fall, *e will -Prish anidst she thM. VOL E *Egdel& Court Wouse, B. C4 August 2B, tBM. EDGE FIErLD ADVERTiSaE W. F . . %DL*M E, PROPRIETOR. line TERMS. Two DoLirsand Fifty Cents, per annum if paidin'ddeace-Three Dollars if not paid before the 'expiration of Six Months froni the date of S'bscription--and Four Dollars if not paid within twelve Months. Subscribers out of-the ttate are requir ed to pay in advance. No subscription received for less than one tyEar, and no paper discontinued until all ar Irearages are paid, except aL'the option of the 1Publisher. 1.1 subscriptions will be continued unlcs kotherwise ordered before the expiration ofthe tyear. Any person procuring five Subscribers and 'bNrwing responsible for the same, shallre ceive the sixth copy gratis. Advertisements conspicuously inserted at 62.j cents per square. (12 lines,orless,) for the first insertion,...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 28 August 1844

* comnrnuulaiofls. 4 For th Advertiser. - n Reply to "A Graduate." Mr. Editor.-The article in your paper -of the 7th iust. signed "A Graduate," re ferring to some of the proceedings of the late Temperance Convention, was brought m rhy notice only a day or twt, since, while I was travelling in the.up-country. Fear ing that the manner in which the subject treated of in. that article, is represented, may prove prejudicial to the temperance cause,1 will take the trouble. while here. - 1,riefy LOset forth that matter in its proper -ain.represented by "A Graduate" as ionteuding that "the Faculty were solely Onsible" for.-all the dissipation of Col le i had no idea of beiog understood ' as making anysuch ridiculous charge. I d ed- o say ohli'ithat I here repeat I regard thei-as sponsible for touch, v6rgni'cb of it. Inrhai way--hereaf ter. One sentence or that artiele is so framed that it appears o. make -iieItald out the idea that I left the Carolina Collegefton disiust at the amount ot 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. — 28 August 1844

- R AHAMVILL, Aug. 15. 1844. the E'tors of the Courier: -Gentlemen-It seems that-some, per ,sons are determined to misrepresent and - ervert the proceedidgs 'of the Bluftou dinnerto Mr. RUKTT. In your paper of yesterday, you say that you have "got written 'information that (among other things, which you men tion) the" Hon.' W.. F..CoL.cobK got up the whole afair-did t all, Sic." Now gentlemen.. as I am not at all trouble with a prurient desirefar'oewspa per notoriety, I should not, under other circumrsances, condescend to notice the weak inventions .of those "Chroniclers of snal! Beer." But as its evident that there is a design -to get up the impression that Mr. CAL -HoUN and other distinguished gentleman -of otir -iiate,' were assailed and denounced at the Bluffton dinner, I am not so sofi as to cllow this game to played of army ex %pecse. It is manifest, from the connection in which'ny-name is used, that it was in 'tended to convey the insinnation that I .am responsible for all 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. — 28 August 1844

ELECTION -RESOLVES . gAOTQBER,184.. So much as &tateato Edgefieid District. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES -- .: DECr.vtER -9.i I44dd. 7 I1C owidttee - on Prtvilegeb ad Ehn Ti: ions, to whom were Yifered gundry ris olutions for-establishing ntifchahging the pfk ces of election, and appoli'tig Managers lbr thi next General Elections, have had the sam underconsideration, and report as follows t - Resolved, That the elections to be holdeh ob tliesecond Monday ofX)ctober veit and the daf~folowing, for Senators and. Representa tiv6kshall be-held atthe-following places, arid coiidunted-by tie-following persons: -AtMdggIeldConrt Houns.-E. B. Pressly, S. FGeoi; avd William P. Butler. Loingires.--Wiley Harrison, Hugh M. Quasrler-adJosiah Perri Collier's.- : G. Garett;William Prescott, nd~,P:Aams -+J -ur Cheroke Ponds.-S. W.eidner-J. Curry and Daniel Shaw, Pind'House'.-Gio:W~- Jones, B. H atcher and-Aquilla Milek. - Towes.-James S. Pope, William 3May and Samuel- Chappell. Dunton's.-R. P. Brunso...

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. — 4 September 1844

"We wille 0ln a. rcp~o p~uk aa.icriic sicd if t ant all wil3j ligto tfi Pilrk6 thib ''ad'b Werlai ettiest td If ~ Ah it ~nit 'a' w pop EDGEFIE LD ADVIER1TISER' BY W. F. DURISOE; PROPRIETOR. NEW TERMS. Two DoLLArs'and FIrrV C EN's. pdr atintm if paid advance $3 if not paid within siu months from the date of subscription. -and ;4 if noti paid betore the expiration of- the year 'Alinbscriltions will be continnamd, inless otierwise oidered. hefoire the expira tion of flie~eart but no paperI will- be discon ued until all artenrages are paid. unless arti option of the-, Publisher. Any person pwocuring. five responsible Sub scribers, shall receive the paper for one yent; gratis. ADVENTSEEN'TS conspicuonsly inserted at 62J cents per square. (12 1ines, or less,) for the first insertion. and 435 for each continuance. Those published moitlly. or qoarterly, will be charged $1 per square . idvertiseuents not having the onmber of insertions .narked hn them, will he contintied until ordered ont, a...

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. — 4 September 1844

ing no tondation in poin of fact. I regard the preservation of the Union as the first great American interet I equally disap-. prove of all hreats of its'dissolution, whether'iy roceed from the North or South.. Jhlcry of my countyit-safe ty and y alike depend onan .on and be ho -1ould c6ntemplate its de structiona- even for a moment, and form plans to accomplish it, deserves the deep est anaihemas of the human race. I believed, and still believe, that the annexation of Texas would add to its strength, and serve to p irpetuate it for ages yet to -come, and- my best efforts, while ieinain it) office, v-ill be directed to theTsecuring its acqluisition, either now uttay. Wh-ether any effort will Rt6secure thisobject, since the rejec Sthe treaty, remains still to le seen, audd6ned all hope upon the suibject, shall be esteemed necessary to obtain orithe approval of every State. The cas raily. ocure that any treaty receives th Uaninpus appfval of the Senaie. S e1ee9 gfl n, in justice to ni...

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. — 4 September 1844

e & Co., and John S.'Osborne, The entire loss is estimiatod at about $20, 000, as noueof the houses were insuredi UDGEFIELDC.U& 'WEDN ESD Y,'S TEMBE4 * ja IV/ "We iill cling to the Pillars ofthe Temple of a 0Libites,4andSfm aistfali.We Will Perisk Democratio Re Anuaekation icket. Fost raEStSv.7wt. AU3-s 9. POLK: or Tednessee. CEORUE N bALLAS. of Pentn BARBbCUETO MR. McDUFFIX. 'The Gi-eat Vinrner o NT. McDnffie, is we ~uilerstbd,ito be given 'on Friday. the 20th instat. The Comiiittee of Arrangemewils, taleady-appinted, ire requested to meet here on nextSatuirdJay to rnake preparations fir it. Col, c NILures Camnnonication in an swer to '"A Girauate" is receied, and shall ioppear in our next.' ITWe are requested to state that the Me. chanias Washingtonian Society will meet on 'lAursday crenilg next. An address will be delivered by Mr. Geo, Landrum. KyMr.-Ira Cromley.P Masterat Coleman's X Roads, informs us, that the Post Office at .Chrstiant's, in this:..Distribt, has been di...

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. — 4 September 1844

We cnpihai follows:trom the money, artielitbe p Y-pEs g Post of 13th' uitTiesu jeit is importAnt enough-to attract atteiio s ejpeciily at this time. whrt rte busi'sseason is -just Opeuimng' iesidis; the value of our great staple may b'1 jnfliinced by the change which co n niictilc operhisonsfmay uidergo. -Y9. Cosiiltutionadlist. The rate of exchange has advanced a little, and shipments of specie to pay for - our im ortsv'are..begining - to be made in SBills an London may now he - M %a 0. The last pucket to f -"out $30,000. in specie. There ctspworthy to be-considered in ilfthese .circumstahlces. In f e ity note them fron the moment t 6esentiarifcomwtenced its operation. 'Kad large importa tas Ever-, packet almost 'T rewas then an tipa p ih p Qration, lThe r" 'Oe has graditaliy ditiinished durin a any months past, and loans have beenea sily niade at about'-four per. cenut. At the. same time there has been-a-g reat increase in the .amount of-business tran-i' acted, and therei ili also...

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