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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 16 October 1844

- -s .-.- -.6. - - - -- - ,2 .n-- -q C... - .. -n *td- *rnrd z r 4 -We--l-m le of our Lib.r-icaandi t ust tll e ret P the Pe War df mt, Te dwe - sI EGpLDADV ETISER W: F- DU RSOE, PROPRIETOR. WEI TERM&. TwoDorL.as and rijk CF.TS, 'per ann ln' - if paid advance 43if- not paid within six C months from the.date . of subscription.* and $4. if not- paid before, the-ekoiration of the .vear. ittbacriptiosrwill-be continued, 'unless otherwise. ordered before the expara ti6n of the yieari, but n aiper will be on ined ilit alerearages are paid nness at the option-of the Publistier. -i 2.. -. Any person procuring fivetresponsible' Sub scribers, shall eceiv..thp papqrlor one year, gratis. -: . . ADyEats cst.scospicuously.inserted at 621 cents per -aoiqurg.l2 tides',-or lessi') for the first:insertion, and 43 fdr each coninuance., -Th6se uiblished imonthlymer quarterly, will; -be'eharged I peruiquai'e : :Advertisements not having' the amubernf-usertioins.marked on.them, wilibeaontintied: unti...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 16 October 1844

will hav6'iCteO1VCATT 111 a1d',a --%#A$ VSQTOI .for in all countries, and especi: ally in Republics, the great body.of OUr rulers must coie frum amonggslhegr mers. It is well that it should,,e so, S ot to the esclusious; but as Mrilure.is the chief pursuit, it should haYet 1full quota of the.Governors. .W4;,LOOkad6auAha point of view, bow ziihportant is it that the Farmer, who mag bea.Legislator, a Geu-. eral or Governr should'not only be virtu bu that hbes should be informed. Such an sI lj fi-to rule the destinies of a e. Each, and 'every Farmer seek all sources of informidtion, ooks,.Societies, and intercourse w felloWmiii :and then, whether on th farm or in public life, he pan feel condantitn hs " ne ho has pro ve alnbi- 'etermined to "bold fasfthat PIPTE 1' F ED . ROPE. dbefast an 16ga M .ni a s ta ic E G a ' . .s. e. graphed on Albrdaymooing a o'olhek? about i miles ontside the Boston~ighw diisttarivd -at ber wharf in East: Bast-n :t 101 2 oclock- She madehte.passage in. thirte...

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. — 16 October 1844

Fpst b omsondncefthSouth Carouaa Augusta Oct. J844. "GenM'D)ufliefsgeech was debidedly the plaiest and mostnimpassioned one I ever lieard fromnl Indevoted entiirely to a cleir aI imple elucidatioa ofshis courseando ionmnrelation toiUnited States;Ban~ t rationof t~he-protec zive-po 4 j the goneral terests and domestkc iatittionsi of tho., South, and tbe exposire of the extraoridmory and ex travapar ,vetvs 'and. positi6ns of: Co. Toombss nhith,.as :he said, set -uttrlylat n. a dught .h& dand well established princi Ie 4f "tinal economy laid. doivn by Adam Smith,' Say, &c. He seemed to studiously avoid thatremarkably intensity of feelingAhd vehemence -of manner and expressiondwhich.so strikingly and. pow erfully oharacterize hisi speernhes general ly, and to carefully devotei thie whole-time alloted to him to- the inforiation :of-his hearers. In.oginstance only, while aki 'f itejaggriions of the Tariff, ih nrallgmove him o strongly) did beaif the slightest ;excitement, and then...

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. — 16 October 1844

cease -,or sing once more, ftydn've snug for me; let i in i bsore ""fOte is e c I pb e nativ grac flet iyi 4iai oil to nut y ol..ys oniongata -Astho'you'ddt itfall:? . .Wty touch solight*T you'dbettrfa. Not , to e atriij gat all. by toss-yoir .bea'd? ei.ioll jr l e eso. As tho' you're faintingfast.? Why heaves yourbreastu affected sighs, That seems to; be your last. 0! what a cdilhge!in h'e is roifkt Of Bnarding Shobil-ihe 6oon.. So great a dhangeg Inever thonght, Could.: ave-been wrought'sooon. .There seems no musicinithdt vole, Which once I loved to Iear; It caanot ma.lie me noiv rejoice, Or shed ihe feeling tear. 0! could I hear you sing again, As once foisun. old . When list'ning. niuteeach thrilling st la Stnk deep into ysoul. Iow would my fondly doating heart Drink in the extatic lay. I'd bid all treach'rous doubts depart, And trust my soul a . Bit O! that timen is-'past and gone, fNo longer now you seem. The child of nature-loneL one Who wins frm6n all-estcem. Then Fanny ceas...

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. — 23 October 1844

e - - - - -. 11-7 -~ r s 'We Will cng to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberties, and if it mast fall, we will Perish amidst the Buins -Oc-o-e- a1- -I.4e VOLWIE 1 - C * ELECTIO RETURNS-FOR EDGEFIELD DIsRCr. - SENATE. HOUSE QF RE ENrArJVESL 1-0 6 2 '8 - 5 - BOES'~~ q9. 0 74 > 'A >131612 Gourt House, 258 210 308 356 :343 213 305 131.1.ii24d lW12642 w ongre 65 16 27 55 81 30 34 7 Collers, 26 39 23 57 48 4 16 i ~ ~2 234 9 9 0 6 CherokceeP. 20 35 33 35 35j 45 35 39 41~243~II7073. PineB'ouse, 26 18 34 40 313 71 4413 3 ?1 i~0~23: oaole8, 527 13 45 78 77 135 61 u~DntogS 33 20I.15 37 51 5 i 2733 ~ I121 5 711 0 pj d s, 52 321 s 55 81 57 55 Ridge~ 06 291 871 72~ 63 45 i461610 2 S3i9 S 10 SmLey's, 52 '22j 181 44I 64 49) -55 1 3 151432 5~6~ i Hamburg, 64 154 146 29 76 107 1112 -' Wiling. 88 121 31 48 643 57 91 33 76 9621 7 81' 11 6, icardion's.32 615 9 27 29 27 1 Cole's. X-R 54 9 30 274 52 51 1 3 3 17 41 Park's 61 32 1 35 57 16 176 .5!) 2 21 3 47 :8 9 8 1 ' 16 Perry's, - 128 &1 72 6...

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 October 1844

"t We will cling to the Pillare of the Temple of our Liberties, and if it must fall, we will Perish amidst the Buinx." VOLUME I - Fgen QXurt H ouse, 8. V- t e8 ELECTION RETURN~S- IOWEDGEFIELD ISRiur.. SENATE. HOUSE s RSENT. VES. T. COLLECTOR. 6d 9 764 6 ~ourtfouse, 258 210' 3083 356 ;341 '213 :305 231 331 W I4 154- id.5 8 19 129 69 14 126 15 Longaires. 65' 16 27 5.5 81 30 34 31 5:3 37 2.) 17 75 17 43 4 10 00 21 00 coLiers. *26 39 2357 48 -24 16 51 2 2221 '23 47 2 98 9 0 161i Cherolcee P. 20 3.5 33 35 35: 45 :35 33 39 4 16S ~ 23) 1 I I 7 00l 47 I .Pineffouse, 26 1834-40 31i 7 44:31:39 3 9 7 17 1) 56 6 00 o Towls.' 27 13 45 78I 77 135 e 61 114! 331 6 80' 5 19 52 571 14 00O 24 I ~ un~n8 4 - 33 2Q i15 37! 51 5 3 27 2|15 10 21 1 '17 Oo6 004 8 s 2 32 I8 55 8 57 25' 6 79|12 3 4:3g 6ij 70 66 9 10 00 8 06 29 87 .721 61 45 46 "6 1101 '2 981 ;331 9d 15.3 10 2 3 52 221 18. 44w 64 49 -55 18~ 631 14 II 52! 4612 5.1 6 9 21 Hg bw-,64 154 146 ;29' 761 107..11L 153 361 321161 .54 4i' 11 2:1 4 .:> ...

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 October 1844

-* ~. '11IS ELLANEOJS. -From the New York Evening Post. Rules for the Behavior of te Democrats towcards the Whigs..ofier the Election of Mr. Polk. Inasmuch as the o-fents of Mr. Polk' eleciion become more - auspicious with every successive day, it is time to bethink ourselves of the manner in which we shall behave towards our political adversaries in dt-1 urof their defeat. A friend of o, rson of -great magnanimity of feelin d possessed of that highest kind of go.ieding. which springs from a natural humanity of disposition, has taken the pains todraw up a fejw rules, concern ipgthe .demeanor proyer to be obseived on thisoeca'sion, *bicb"e'here lay before our readers. "Whed you meeta Whiga ,t Novem ber after the elections, it is yout duty to treat him with great. consideraton-and tenderness, for you should not forget that when the whigs are defeated, they have nothing to fall back upon for consolation; whereas, if the case had been your own, .you know that you would only have the bat...

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 October 1844

'ted. 13t the higs 7, te Natives-twoUu. two Districts doubtful 'Onto.. he Whiported niajo ityir this State grows beatfuay e' s these returns are corrected. Te Deim-ocrats have elected 3 of.the 21 members of Congress '-TheA igs have a small na jrtrity ine chg.hraneh ofheLegislature. and as tothe vd fo.rGovernor,,we believe the faloiitg staiement of the Globe triay be relieo i " differs very little from the relttt- dmissions of the Illtimore Pa Qi .---The-mail to-night brought-us only aluscounty frout this State-Williamns, which ,ives a democratic majoriiy of149. Deduct -hisI fin the whig majority of 2, 099, published by us last niaht and it leaves the whig majority so far. 1,950.. The.':Cleaveland, Ohio, 'ad Pittsburg Penusglvania, papers received to day-set down Ashtabula county 2350 for the Whig candidate for gover'nor, and the Wheeling (Va.). Argus says it is only 2,100. In our table:of'last night it was 2,700, whig ma jority-'Ifrit is 2,250. then the whig majori ity, so fat, is o...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 23 October 1844

SONGOF T HE SALT RIVER WHIGS. Tzii~.:-Canadian boat song." e list to our faneral chime, HfiflWY out in tone and time, HiM -en the star of the west grows diim, iingat the "jug" a parting hymn; Row brothers, tow; the staeama runs deep Wake itp Vebster; you're fast asleep! SteAdily our shallop is homeward hound Hloarselythe ripple ismurtring round Listen!:ou. fugleman raises-tle songe And its burden is, "Joese, oh Jim akl. ig/. * Roi brothers, row;-the streamruns fast; Salt river is gained, and our glory's past Our motey is gone, nd our bills are due; Credit, dear! credit, dear! Where are you Loafers and pipers, nao more we'll dine On bacon boiled in Falernian wine. Row brothers. row; the stream runs fast; The glory-of cider and sin is past. Swifdv we near the arid shofe, Puffing and tugginzg the heavy oar; Sadly we sit oan our thread-aare clotla. Fishing for. meat in our colnskini broth. Row broiliers, roi; th'e'stream runs swift; Rouse up, Harry, and giveats a lift! Merry we've been ...

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 October 1844

"We will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our LibCM14 and if it must fall we will PemIak aWidst fie kdnin. LUE 3X. t U -iye)I,18r EDGEIELD ADVERTISER BY - W.. F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. NEW TERMS. Two DoLLARs and FaIr CENTS, per annum, ifpaid inadvance--$3 if not paid within six months from the date of 'subscription, and $4if not paid before the. expiration of the year. -Ail subscriptions will be continued, unless otherwise ordered before the expira lion of the year; bgt no paper will be discon ued until all arrearages are paid. unless at the option of the Publisher. Any person procuring five responsible Sub scribers, shall receive the paper for one year, gratis. ADVERTISENENTS conspicuously inserted at 621 cents per square, (12 lines, or less,) for the firstinsertion, and 431 for each continuance. Those published monthly, or qnarterly, will be'charged $1 pe square. Advertisements not having the ober of insertions marked IL on.them, will be continued until ordered out, and charged...

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 October 1844

]MISUCEL LANEOUS. From the Hamnurg Republican. Mr. Editor :-Heretofore, in the Edge field Advertiser, and Hamburg Republi can, there appeared an extract from an hm perdi form Tttei f prigto give an acco unt of a speech de lered by the Hon. F.- W. PICKENs before the people of Tennessee, at Shelbyville on the26th of August last. in that article Mr. Pickens was represented as having said (irSutirearolina, with reference to the eil& 1b tariff, looked only to the bal Iotibo. 6 The. impression, therefore, has obsined ditif dotm, that, even in the event tbiiGovernment refuses to reform d ueuemi of-theariffsystem, and-return tothe Constitution, fr; Pickens, abandon ?j&,_his l9tgghedrshed- prpe~iples, would ,,opposedt6r esstaice. Hi was farther rresented .as having reftected iqeverely 1- ..- . . and improper)y upon a few politicians i .oti State, who, enth referftice to:im iedi itrba6e-int6rposition, have been denow. inatiob Rheti. measure-men. Such were iiorrect reprsentations. as M...

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 October 1844

1st. District-composed of Spartanburg. Union, 'siad .Chester-JANas A. BiACK 2Distrii-'Anderson Pickens, Greenville and Laurens-R. F. Szitpso. 3d Distiit--Laicqster, Irshaiw, Firfiela Richliind and Sumter-JosE~u A. Woo 4thro Dar lingten,ManIo. Horry, Georgetown akd Wil hiams6u-A . D. Sms. 5th.D ci- Abbe; il aNewberry, Edge field~and Lexington-A Buan. No opposition. 6tliDistrict-Charlestnn, (exclusive of St. JoliniColletos)-L. E HOLXES.-No opposi .7th'i tiict-4iangeburg, Barnwell Beau. fort, Colleton aid St. John, Colleton-R B. RuzT'r. No opposzlion. MEMBERS OF .EGISLATUItE. &C, Chester -Seu. N Y Mills, L. A. Beckham. J fld-RepsJ.W.. Blkeny,:: - Houigh -- Clam N~esi ynyleiUatt. P Mayes, r . - oha L Manning,.Geo W Cooper z C H Whitehead. 'Se'x. B F Perr . Reps. T E Ware,T -Wilker H Siith,P BDuncan. HoripSed B Skipper. Rep. G Garvin. Lancast iSei. .T ho's W Hney. Reps. Dixon 4amnes, . J.lcMullan. Linrens.. 'S. -L Calhoun, Dr Irby, Jas. Rodjers, Char= Williams.. Tax .o Lan 1 "&n....

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 October 1844

Fromn do, Charleston Mercury. We recommend to the friends of ANNEZA rto't generally,.without distinction of parties (liberal men we are) the following flower-gem from Mr. Sims' varied cabinet of rich and tarLet our sweetest daughters of Love and minstrelsy get it by heart and fling rose odours up'on it by giving it the voice and utterance of bird-like, tongues and ruby lips-till all our Soutelrn-.air tremibles into melodious kisses. itlib'tu irnoing, dear SiNs, this is a. bit on theoi~l'seye--ay onthe. very pupil of Phc. bus! Net Seris-Songof the Suk.-No. 2. THE TEXAN HUNTER' -BRIDE. ly W. GiLKORE Simmas. Oh wilt thou be, dear maiden, The Texan hunter's bride;-.. And tend his forest bower, T By'Colorado's side; Thy distant home forgetting, That other home to prize, Near where the sun is setting. But where our sun must rise I ,I bring no wealth to woo thee, But in my grasp I bear The weapon, at whose whisper, The forest nations fear; The wild Cumanche Ries the track That I hate blaze...

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 November 1844

- we win cling to do Plu" of he Temple of an* hetti, m if it mus fin, w *in eu amidst .he .u.i. OLIE IX. E.ge ela Coi-t Rouse, 8. V -oembe 8, 1844. EDGrFJELD ADV ETISER *BT W. F."DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. NEW TERMS. Two DoLuas and Fir~m CENTs, per annum, if paid'in advance -$3 if not paid within six Months froni the date of subscription, and $4'if nt paid be'ore the expiration of the year. All subscriptions will be continued, - iless otherwise ordered before the expira tion of the year; butno paper will-be discon ued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the * option of the .Publisher. Any ierson jr-obiiring five responsible Sub scribers,shall recelve the pappr for one year, gratis. ADV-rrsuuseTs coaspicuously inserted at 62j cents per square, (12 lines,,or less,) for the firstinsertion, and431 for each continuance. Those published mopthly, or quarterly, will be chargd $1 per square. Advertisements not having .th.number of insertions marked on them, will be continued until ordered out...

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 November 1844

From the N Y. Herald, October 01 ARRIVAL OF THE GREAT WESTERI. The news brought by the Great Wes tern is not of very great- importance.. Troughaut Europe every thing appear ed very quiet, and as happy as things can be under monarchal governments. There was a. tremendous storm in Ire land on'Jhe. Sib and 9th inst., in which severaliges were-lost. We had this storm on the 6bi nst., therefore it took three days to cross-ihe Atlantic. . Growing Cbottohin Cheshire.-Mr. Maury, son of the respected gehtleman who for-so nany yarsfilled thea ice of A-erican Counsul it Liverpool; has- recentijI been making a successful experiment in the groWth'of cotton,'at his-residence,.Lisiard, near the mouth of the lerseyon the Chektbla side. A line. spetmen of Sea Jsraud'wais-xlhibited a few days-back, ia the. Exchange news room. It consisted of tivob'ullbi, one open, exhibiting a beauti ful otton, the other closed.; 'The cotton. Iokedsaatural, so much like a sample taken fror a bag. that several gentlem...

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 November 1844

ChairleIDonne, of Louisville. Philli iallisfirmnerli of Biiimore. Reibe'eca. daughter of A J Foster, o Uren'ville Va. JaieiVanderberg, of Louisville. lifr. *Hushes, formerly ol'Lexington. Ky. M. Mttock, of New Albany, engineei of jIo steidhlatM'ezzeppa. Nicholas Ford. f6 *erly of this city. David Vann, the Captain. Moses Kirby, Pilot.. Seconit mate; second clerk, second en ogjeer,.ubarkeeper, and three deck hands eawes unknown. tour"Negroe firemen. Wounded. W H.:Peebles-7ery badly hurt.. Mr. -Rines, of Va. do Fir*Egineer. do Capt- Thomp nn, pilot, arms fractured. Mr Roberts, of'Phila.-slhghtly hurt. 'It is supposed'that John N Johhson and tchaitrdPbillipsyere 00 board-ifso they are lost. TheAeat was owned by Cupt. Vann, of .Arkansas, and was insured. From the Charlestou Mercury. The- following is an extract of a letter 'froi Mr. CALHOU-s to the editor, dated . FoRT HILL, Oct. 21, 1844. My Deir Sir-1 am glad you have noticed as you have, the statement of the Charleston - Corresponden...

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 November 1844

nOOM. OYS, ROOM. B0 o. r. HOFIKMR. -Iere was an old hunter. Camp'd down by te till, Whoishi'd in this water, And shot on that bill. -The forest for him had No danger. nor-gloom, For all that he wanted Was plepty of room!t says he, "The werid's wide. There is roomfor us all; Room enough in the green'wood, Jn If ot in the hall. - Room. boys,.room, by the light of, the moon, For why ihouldn't every man enjoy his own . e l*V his own nots, And hissbanty was spread, ittheekins he had dress'd. -And stretch'dout ovdrhead - zos c tes pf hemlock Naidefragrant the-floor - -'- ~itshed~ase sing Whi the daylight was o'er "The world's wide enough, - There is room for os all ' 16om enough in the green wood, Ilfuot in the hall. noom, boys,-room, by-the light of the moon, For why shouldn't every man enjoy his own room ?" That spring now half choaked By the dust of the road, Under boughs of old maples Once limpidly fow'd; Sy the rock whence its bubbles His kettle was hung, Which their sap often fili'd...

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 November 1844

clWe ing ieg to t th fe Tmple of our Lberties, and if it must fal t see 1il1 perish amidst the frains. VO-M t E'ginPerhu.tidonseh8.ui.,."oebe, DI~GE~iEllDWeiI3'MEM W . DRISOEPROPRIETOR. NEW TERMS. Two DoLLtis and Firr CENTS, per annum, ifpsid itiadvance -$3 if not paid within six montirim th'e date of subscription, and Sifnot "aid before the expiration of the y ear:A subscriptions 'will be continued, 7ant'ess'otherwiss ordered before the expira tion .f the year; but no paper will be discon ued'nutil allarrearages are paid, unless atthe optioi'6f tie Publisher. An person' procuring five responsible Sub scribersshall receive the paper for one year, gratis. ADVEtmSENENS conspicuously inerted at62ij cents per square,"(12 lines, or lea.,) for the first insertion, and 43$ for each contmnuance Those published monthly, or quarterly, will be chargd $1 per square. Advertisements not having the number af insertions marked on them, wilt be continued until ordered out, and charged accoilingly. 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. — 13 November 1844

MISCELLANEOUS. RAW COTTON AND COTTON GOODS.I Cotton is now down to 5 3-2 centi. for prime new, the pound. We ask thi(reat cottou-planting-interest, if this be "the en tertainment to which they- were invited," .iamytwere-toldwift18:0fthartheprice .of their treat agricultuial produce was oo lew-and that.tbe overthrow of Van -Buren' would 'ris'tore confidence to the country and allow them better prices for their labor? If the whig humbuggers -woildimpoverish the agriculturists t o such an:eynt as to deprive their laborers of good.iiad, in a land like Virginia or in the'iutli;,albounding in breadstuffs, is not this:the way to bring them to it-that same tbsread-ef..-Germany- and Holland, which Mr. Willis Green has so kindly procured for.thepingection.ofyirginians. What better niodl$. cendf.lite" adopt to bring i about thaui to sticklipyres sive tariff, redpe our iwports ie etk us frorpg.ntny of.'the. markes-to s bvh.ogr productions Would be.. exported? ;ut thanksbe.to Heaven! tlie mPst.i...

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 November 1844

-MDGEFiELD C H. WEDNt.SAY. NOV'AilM 1. 1844. "Wl e ibill, clinrg to the Pillars ofthe Temple of o0ut E ietties,and &fit mustfall, weill Pish anidst the Ruins.?' .:Deoctratic Re-Annezatin Ticket. FOR PRUSIDEJCT. TAMES K. POLK of Tennessee. FOR'VIOC PRESIDENT. GEORGE M. DALLAS, of Penn. The .inutes of the Edgefleld Baptist A sso eiation are, deposited in the Clerk's Office where they can be had. Secretary of Stae.-The Hon.Jons C. CAL noaH and family, accompanied by Col. F. W. Prczws passed through our village on Wed nesday last, on their way to Washington, to re sume the duties of his office. We learn from the Charleston papers, that they arrived in that \4ity on Thursday last, and took lodgings at the \rolina Hotel. o"7j vesidntial. Election.--We have not been able to procure full returns of the votes ror Electors of President, and have consequently not given any, this week in our pEper. No official returns from any of the States have yet reached u. Such as we have received are. ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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