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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 7 January 1846

-Qi r'n 1o the PWIilM *f de 7tCVfp Id .iberties, and if it must fau, we "oI per 4 uhstite Rains." i ICDGEFIELD C. H. WEoNNSDAv, J.sany 7.1846. The reader wLl notice the following cor r&etions in.our.editorial about the close of the year, ptlished in our last. Through sunshine and through storm,in the bright season of heakh, when our pulses dan rod with joy, and in wearisome sickness. when TaFin and anguish have wrung our brow," and enr heart almost fainted within us. we have 4abored diligently for your profit ana your -pleasure. In "one little month" we will begin de NOVO. The Conrtitirion -This valuable Demorratic paper recently published at Washington City, by Harris & Heart, and very lately transferred to Baltimore, has been discontinuel. Admission of Texas into the Union.-The President has signed the bill, for the admission at Texas into the Union. and a MessengeI with a copy of the Act of Congress, has been despatched to Texas. In a short time. Repro sentatives from tha...

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 January 1846

Of the .Anniveriry of St. John the Evan This 'ay Warduly eletrated, on the 27th inst, 1i ihe Memrbers-of iARKON LODGE, No. 67, of this place, who were joined, onjhe occasion, by the brethren of SOCIAL LQrGE, No . of Augusta, IGeo., and COLIc ORi.LODzg No. 50,-of Edge field -C, ItS. C. The brethreoW of Harmony Lodge, in company wit h those fron Concordia Lodge assembled attheir-Hall, at au early hour; at half past eleven o'cidck, A.M, they brined in processio.and repaired to the Bridge, fordif'4itpdse of receiving their brethren of Social Loi.ge, when all united inone-processlon -n'iyberitiuseienty five or eight ibC.ditii' transient brethren, a s ib where aftti e ats ro by our brother, Rev." rhfollowing gentle ien #life I iutalledo Officers of Her. anyP oer' thi-ensuing. year, by A. .MackeM.D;Grand Secretary, of theGrand Uobtlgeof:Sonth Cartlinn. viz: W.,M.- SAIUN M. 'BRADFORD. S. W. BENJAMIN BAIRD, J. W. WILJiAM 14. OAKMAN, Treas.-DUAI .lNG D.. PLUNKETT, ery. x9-M E! U KOCH RAN. h. ...

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 January 1846

A i~dMIE .liW HEiaeriises of these institutions will be resumed on the Second Mon day in'January. Mole School under'tbe superntedance of MrWx. L. HAnn IS,. and the:Female, Misi'Lo1ssA Etei1:D son and liss ADLliNE C0oxjM s, a1.the following reducei rate's of Tuiion . Ist. Clasl, 6 ses.pjsion of 5 months 24d,4 * 12 4th 15 Musi4o 2 Use of ihnu 2 e - Condn ne 50 ets Frenf 8 Board aist fVon td$9-per month. The Sabbath Sihoof rill be opened as' usual, when .the weather moderates, and' the Pupils have free access to a Library of more than three bundled volumes. Mis.sltichardson and Miss Comings are alreadjy. Inown to the public as popular Teachers, and it only remains for us to say, that' Mr. Harris is a native of this Dst-t a graduate of Princeton, and comeswith the highest testimonials of ]it erarj quidfication and moral character, from, the. Faculty of that College. which are in part appended here. "- Mr. WnLHarrisis afgraduate of the Upliege q New Jisey. His scholar shil. in mi departm...

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 January 1846

-. -7 IF A--- - - We will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our.Liberties* tnst fall, we il Perish anadst the Ruin..- * "-L RE X. -- ---- .s- - -- -----_ _ _ i..-"GEFIL DVErstISER, BY W. F DU14QE, PROPRIETOR. NEWIVTERMS. Two DorAas andufert CEZNT. per annu in f pdinadvaice,--$3 if not paid within six nisooths from the-date of -subscription. and if notpaid before tho expiratiOnl fof the yea -All auuscriptions'4 will be continned, ales othlerwise-ordered before the expirt -ion of the vear ; but no paper will be dis uttiuteisitil all arrearages are paid. un ISsi the opiion of the Publisher. Ay-person procoriug five responsible Subscri bi-siall receive the paper for one year, irtis. ADV5RTaiM3TS conpicuouslyinrserted at75 nti-pe-sqtiire. (12 lines, or less.) flor the iRsertioua. and 374for each intmnance. ose publishe4.mnth4ly or quarterly. will. bc lire' 1: per square. Adverusement 1u4lii viu the suinberaof insertionss nas:arkaed 6n'theni,il)lb 4intinued until omdered ont , chndcha...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 January 1846

~tS*LLNEO U S.* Yron UIte Lcug0" (Mo.) Tdegraph. b1URDER WILL OUT That trtt is strange tihan Ietion" has lieen ofpnisaid. and the circtnstances adbifktela d 0e1 1t all essn - the truth of the quotatiun. Lastwek we noticed that -0- special tern (f the Circuit Court nas n session -ar the trit of John C, Lester, charged with the murder ofKing I. Scott. Scott' ass'ayounlfg manl who was brought gp-in this -vounty. wild tnd reckless t bis habits, and careless nhoot the good opinion-of. the society in which he lived. -His mother possessel considerable proper y. and Scon-jand Lester. n. ho had nar ri[d-Si-ott'-sister, were her only heirs. Mrs. Scott was, one morning after a corn h Duing at the house of Leste'r. fonod' her own honse dead. . When did:overed. she was lying in, theflre. -phi.ce, ne-ark half consumed. as though she had fallen in the fire accidentally. and thus died Suspecious "were aroused at the timne. .ihat there had'teen foul play, ptnd that old ,1rs,Scott had been mardered ;...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 January 1846

Worried om N r Pecember last, bi ite. Rev. " ligms&Mr. Lemui dlwier,to.-lis t4( keng, daugh terydf.M. Matheiy, all of this District. On Ihe 8:h iistnat, by, the same, 11r. Ae-randlr' -itkin tM Eliz Routen, au-ofris i2 I' L 4AYNE'8 *191C i n e . T HESE - recommended id extens o nostintelligent persons inJIB ..... a States, by numerous Professors a* PeeIdets ofColleges. Physi cians of thieT&rniy.t Za y, and of Hospitals and Alimho'iOus ai b n.Ibe than five hundred Clergym.en pvrioi eminationls. Tbey are;iXresslggipiked for family use, and have acquirkdian unprecedented popular ity throug Qhe; iited States-; and as they are so ad "a i idnlated. to preservei Health .and cure discaY'io faniy should ever he with ,out them. Yine roprioetor of these valuable preparationlsr'eCe&ve his-education at one of the best Medcal Collegesin the .United States, an iiis eer in al ex tensiveand'Adtieivified. practice, by ihd he has, had . ain portuntS of acquitig i pracicaL knowindge o diseas...

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 January 1846

4~NWOR - A Al M E S. 4We ses k f 154:le li1istiiiion heJ relutated on the Secoid til d 411 1ry. Male :School undertbe .-Mr. W*. L. HaansB end theieia.le. Miss LouisA ,RcaaW nita Miss-Anist. E O~aNGS, a eh following reduced rates of Tuition: ait Class, 6 Iir ftida6( nonthi.. ui An 4th - -t us; o, 2 Coutingencie, .-0 cts. French, -8, Board at from e to $9 perbioutlt. T'eS' ba'th School will be opeed ai' usualwbe tihe weather moderates,aind the PuOilsimve free i(ccess to a Library of nor iheitaee huud'ed volUmel. -Miss liaiardSn aiud Miss Coidioge are already knowro to the* jublic as popular Teachers, and it only reatains for as to say, -that Mr. Hirras is a native of this Districf, a -graduate of Princeton, and comes with tbe highest tastimoftals of lit erary qualification i and nioral character, from ahe Faculty! of ihat College, whict are in part appended here. r. Wua, L. -H arris is 9 gradnute *f t eACollege of Now Jersey.: i1is scholar ship, in myrdepartment, is of the first :ade,...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 January 1846

K;~!E -* c We will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberties, and if it VOL m . l o t V T- -0 -A-l *EDiGEFIELD'ADVERTISER, BY W. F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. N EW TERMS. .'Two DoLLAnsand FiFT CENTs. perannum, if paid inadvane~-$3 if not paid withinsix -months from the date of subscription, and $4 if not paid before tho expiration of the. year. All subscriptions will be continued, unless otherwise ordered before the expira-. tion of the year; but no paper will be dil continued until all arrearages are paid, un less at the option of the Publisher. Any person procuring five responsible Subscri -bers,sliall receive -the paper far oie yeai, gratis. - OWveiartsaaTss conspicuouslyinserted at75 cents'per square, (12 lines, or less,)for the firatinsertion. and 37j for eaclcoutinuance. Those.published monthly'-or quarterly. will be c1iarged $1 per square. Advertisements not having thenumber of insertions marked on-them, will bA continued uutil ordered out and charged accordingly. All com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 January 1846

. ce . it t$liter yAse rm les ditcl wrot for my Amertc. If an o6ere..to surise from (he ~ e in my.Nhics that Fibinkyt fuar Teris-not entitled to a position or. lace O9ugh he be the fittest individual q it - -linust presume that [ do niot think i ygdauc h.to,*tadtotuhis ow.n I -it'bout'cuthes, prop or pul I ha v iaht to speak plainly on these iaters, for two ibirds of the one hundred profess rsofghe University in.Berlii, my unative place$ibe foreigners.: IfT- is acknow -edged ibe the -best for the place, those io..h1a she power are morally bound to appoint tm. They ought to get the sci entific work they stand in need of, dono by T-; on- ibe - saime principle that the British lord goes to Stolz the German i lointonoudon, to ,gei a pair..of breech es, ?ccou.e Stolz makes them better than any uative tailor. People waste a great man-v nords of most noble import in their -proper places. when talking of foreigners. Uheap patriotism that ! Envy to tihreign eAbelongs to tie times when -percg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 January 1846

MARRIED, On the 23'DicM 18451'iybtOe Rev.- J. M Roberts, Major Wat.0. Tmorntesos, of Green ville, to Miss ma1i daug'hulr of Mies. Geo. Jones, of Wliiin . NR. C. 0 BOLTU A a Y, On th18th.inrt-.snear Hamburg. its Edge *field District, Mrs -Mury Carter,in the 52d year of her age. She liad been for ninny years an exernplary-menber of-the Baptist Church., When the:ionster death approached, she was prepared to neet her Godand by a pious resignation to his will. proclaimed to surviving friends'th't all waswell, th't asshe had walked with God in life, he forsook 'her not in death. She died in full-faith and confidence of a glo - ions inunortalty-. In Columbia; of Typhoid lConsumption, on the 5th inst. M r.Win. Baskin, a.Burser of the South Carolina College, and formerly Mes setger to the House of Representatives. His remdiniswre-attended on their last journey, by the tembers ofthe Masonic Lod-e', the its depend tftder of Odd Fellows. the Faculty and Studiuts of the South Carolina Colle-ge. ...

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 January 1846

Iuvirtue of sundry writs oi Fieri Fat tias to me directed. I will proceed liat Edgefield Court House, on tne fitrst' Monday and Tuesday in Feuruary net, the following property in the Iolltan' n named cases. he Bank of Hamburg, S. C., vs. 01 iir Simpson; George Parrot and other Plaintiffs, severally, vs. the same, u lot of land in the town of Hamburg, and known as the. Presbyterian Church lot, situate lying on Cook street, 150 feet on said Cook street, and running back 150 leet, making a square of 15U feet, bounded by said Oook street in front, lot No 153 in the rear, and by lots No. 152 and J54. John Hilli Ordinary. (16r the use of Pe -ter~Si ith) and others, vs. Milledge Ual phin, Mlaihias Ardis and Dawson Atkin son, a tract of land cot initing one thou, sand acres more or less, adjoining lands of.Samuel Clarke, Richard Hankinson and others, in Beach Island, levied ut.ou as the *property of the Defendant, M il ledge Galphin. David Richardson, and oibers, vs. Da vid Little, the trac...

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 January 1846

y f- -%Wl u 4, L t A0 el ojh. Temple Of our all, we will Perish amidst the n Wewill cling to the Pillarvoep - o . i.y... V- 'T2a. AVE WtS Rp ETOR. A, 4W. .. pQ ,per annuvi - d o -3 if not paid ivithires .x tidf'subscriptionraad 4Alto expiration 0f' the I~scptioni wall'be c'ortinngd, 6 Mrwi11 isi'ordeied before'thei expirit - o(' tievear; but oo-paler will be ,dis -- - ' nootiei~iu ntil all arreirages are paid, un eti option -ofihe Publisher. son procuring five responsible Subscr aL recei Paper fugone year, 6 suonslyiiserted at75 ts erp squ~ae, -flines, or less,) for the tion;:and 3V for eachcitintiaance. rblijled untb.ly or quiaierp wjll, - S , ersqUare.. 'Ad1ertas.ement9' the nirnber-of.:n.ifltiions maried, In i continapd u tlJ ordered outL ecordinly . ? brCAtiolsstpid W b prompt-. yt strictlyattend~to. - lt 're myaseendbolyyo.a o ru r r'toli oe s ~ 'o wr~iy .&c !.ad every thiera es. e-ingda aju (jjD g - asiciane ayufat er 'd tpf~h.IdS ifr~ cll d ec ~~~te 1;sow pr- aza amine my...

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 January 1846

Change of 'English Minisiry.-This unexpected event opens up some interest vie wit in relation to British politics. It is evident that if the presont Parliament id-didesled, and an appeal is made to a general election, as a popular test for con tinuing or abrogating the corn laws, the struggle will be more eventful and bitter than any which has occurred in England between class interests. The whole mo nied power and hereditary influence of the 'landed proprietors will be- brought into fierce array against the manulaetoring and commircial classes. It will be a hard fought fight, and the victory, if it remain with the middle order against the ariswc racy, hemagnates of the soil, will not be obtained by large odds. Should the Rus sell M4inistry carry into the House of Goin mono, under the banner of a total free trade in corn, less than one hundred ma jority,-it will possiess none of the elements of durabitity. A recasting of th'e minis try will then be necessary, and the more moderate v...

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 January 1846

The niw - arasat I the fireuiiut a~mk K a postponte Court of. CumnJp4%tFdield'Di trict. an&th.Ae'atH4i u ;PWo eekslorthj Sesi rt ottwieCourt 61dfieldiim l, 2nd weel~ofa teethatthe ExtraCon diconthe 4th Mond'vn 1lj ined-umtill the -2nd ntinhiu rorgdrawnz Wfor the said-Term do attend it . in March; in stesad othW t 4n uerim. 'N JudIHNz LTON O'NEAL. al. 6 7t H ndersr ave formed a part i thi th' ie6 of Law and: ATr Ed-i ne- or the oteer Sati.ndt i le, Barn well andeNewierr - ficeA i dge -fi - NL. GRIFFIN, 'L. RON HAN. ~ ort. d eYr legoes TOP -SA L.E. S Agent for ;the President and Directors fi k of the State of South Caro 4ina, . Ir , to public sale at Edgefield Cur oyTCS . the q day of Fcb FORTY-N1NE NEGROES, to for .a mortgage of said Negroes. ese cted to; ank;.by John Battskett, Wm J. Wig va ti. A:in ightman. The said -Negroes re jn;tlhij1osesion" of William J. Wi4ioiau, ibere those who desire it, may sze them. K The tesms of sale wil be 'onefourtk of the purchasiNumy in cash, ea...

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 January 1846

SHERIFFI'S &IL E. 4YMirwe 6dfsundry writs of FieriFa J e cias .to mie :.directed, I will proceed; to sell at Edgefield Court House, oh the IretMonday and Tueiday in' February next, tbe-folloviug-property in the follo-% ing .naed-cases. - The Bankc of I1ainburg, S. C., vs -:0 ivir-Si on-;-Georg-Parrot ind other Plaintifle,'severally, vs. the same, a lot of lan'd.in tiiet o'n of H amburg, and-known as the Presbyteriat 'Church lot, situate lying.oi 'Cook street, 150 feet on said Cook street, and running back 150 feet, making a square of 150 fleet, bounded by said Cook street in front, lot No 153 in he sear, and by lots No. 152 an-d 154. John Hill, Ordinary. (lor the use of Pe ter Smith) and others, -vs. Milledge Gal phin, M1htias Ardis and Dawson Atkin son, a tract of land containiing one thou sand acres more or less, adjoining lands of Samuel Clarke, Richard Hankinson and others, in Beach Island, levied upon as the property of the Defendant, Mil ledge alp hin-. David RichaTrdson. ...

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 February 1846

4..2 - --(- - -tlr 6 - c --We will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberties, and-If -fall, we will Perish amidst'thc Ruins. . -- - u e. - V O-. -- - . : - E~enld ondKon 3 rni %4 ~DUEFIELD -ADVERTISER, BY n OE P ROPRIETOR. ~?EW MsIUi . - - t a nd Fgrri CEN's, per annum, j 0&,iadbabce-$3 if not paid within si - shuWh~fl r A the date of subscription, and d before tho expiration of the All bscriptions, will be continned, t thewiSe ordered before the expira -on th6'vea' ; but no paper will' be dis - doitiIt1uaidtilall arrearages are paid, On. less at.he option of the'Piublisher. fiuY persourprocuriing five responsible Subscri eres-id eeive the paper. for one year, LMr1!isthe a Ts conspiCUously inserted at75 I- e quare; (12 lines,.or less.) for the eition. and 375 for each continuance. - . 1".i. isliednionthly or quarterly, will cbr; $1 pet square. - Advirtisements V. having be number of insertions marked ingwi 11 be continued until ordered out rdaccordingly. un0itions, pos...

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 February 1846

From the N. 0. Picayns FROM MiEX1C. I- pU~A-' NEW-TWELvi. DAYS LATElL The bark Paris, Capt. Kitiney. arrived e g gggrdevm6 rtutDrfroim Ver: Cruz. She sailed iitence on lit 13i.1. brioging letters to her day )I saili'ng. B der %c have received ou r files fom V.. Cruz to the 11th, and from the city id Mexicu iio tho Sib. The news is verv lamortant. 1TheTvalut'nn ii-Mexico appear! to he complete. Before ctering the City of Alxico cQpfereuces were held betneet Gen.Prediani'ni Get. Valencia at Gaud aloupe, close by the capitol.,, Gent. Va J1~zaa& espfSWbWed the former--Govern ment. aitd for a time, indeed, acted as 1resideainf.he Reputblic. li their con ferences,in lhich. Gen. Tornel shared, Vgu"ubudission of t he capitol was folly ar r4ugetU.f2 .al,' ncia aimiag to spare an) el' ii f blood. 'Ti entratce w ;a not fiTOhlf ilt' tud insi. " hen a portion of the garrison of the capitol marched out and joined their-tr;ops ioder Pare'des. and lta T tile- Yhereupon je-ur tedf hin -ito tle-6...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 4 February 1846

A Cure for sEpuepuic rits.-Take tile root of einfrey. sass4alra!. Is,, rdork. Mec -ampaue-.at4horse; radish, of cart a- bh1 landful,landUhitops and buds of lnoe". touid ind .asbrry, each one hanful: pms thesoigredients into a new earthen p-1 wlaich hold -ailurns, fill it:wth Aftr wafer audjet ifsimmer over hit ashes for eight iours: straiti 'the decoetion and put it id liottles foi. tse: dose for an Udul, -3 aill.isur-imtes a day fur a week before both the full and change-of the moon. To my -Cert ain know'ledge, this- preparation has .4aenttried-ud -proved effectual, in a very - -respectable faily in the country, ihen .all other ineans iadla.iled.-Henry. No Excuse for a Bald Head. follo in mmainoication from the Rev Professor Eaton of Hamilton Colle, ~NiY..n addition to hundreds of oth' era equally respectable should remove the dblits eFeefy reasoiable person of the uim fogi Singiruiar efficacy 'of Javi's c Hair Bamilton, Febh 15th. 1840. L - Dk4 rNE.--Dear Sir :-I canot say 4imI~wi...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 4 February 1846

A Rebuf.-Mr. Bient, our Charge 'des Affairs to Buenos Ayres, in the late attack on the Argentines, protest, ed against the Interference Df Europe an Natious in the affairs of this Con tiuent. This has produced from Eng land a letter to our Government giving us to understand that she knew of no right nhich we had to meddle with her matters, nor should she regard or suffer such interference. Now, had Mr.Breni luudeistood diplomacy, lie i ave protested against the inj to American Commerce an ican industry by this armed intervention, and not to the right of England and France so to inteitlere, He would i ve arrived at the same object by a route which would have passed unnoticed. Mr. Allen, it seems, will endeavor to bring up his reaolution in favor of ma. king us the protectors of all South und North America.-N. Y- Sun-. A Counterfeit.-The Augusta Sen tinel says:-" We have been shown a well executed Counterfeit Bill, of the denominat'on of twenty Jollars on the Bank of Charleston; J. Ha...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 11 February 1846

r f r - - w -* - *'. "We will cling to the Pillari of the Temple of our-Libertiesfad e wil Peuls a at the Euia. - -VDVVE vI - a ) '~i~.i~FIELD ADVERTlSI~R, -BY W. F. DUlUSOES pROPR1l~TOR. ~ TERMS. Tw~1I~LLABS ~ir8 FxrT~ CK~Ts,.peraniiuDi~ sfpind-na advance-$3 if not paid whhin sir moeths'from~'4bedUtO of subscuaptinu, and #3 if not ~d~.b~fore4bQ.~xpiratior of the year All subscrzptioos will be continned, .uale*.UoIWiSE ordered before the expira 4zps otihe year; but. no paper wiU be dis Ooa~uaadnntihL)l ara~earages are paid, Un 1~iU~B option of the Publisher. ~ny p~rsaa1 pzpdarinig fire responsible Subicri 1ro~ru,4ll receive, the paper for urns year, i~0,j~I~1wITsQI)rl4pict1ot1sly inserted at75 centsper~eqU8re. (l~ lines, or Iears.) for tIne ~~ratinsertiorL and 37~ for earls crnntirauance. -~ Tt~nsepnbliSlted wouthly bt~ qr~artcrly, will be clai p.~$E are.. Advertisements not r~1ber of- inn sortions. marked .ru.iheflui~WiU.bR continued uutil.oidcred our *au*'eliut~tid rtccordutgly. -...

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