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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 6 January 1847

New asns- Valuable Owdww JU'T R;ECEWiED At Roberts' Cheap Gash St*e. AN URETil'S G.trdien Seedf, direct from .Philadelpiua, crop 1846. anuJredr'a early wliiit Ain, sugar and other CoNa, and unin Dinogs and Onions, A large assortmenti Jnd fine Crockery and ti'ss, *oiarandsidei amps and claimney Ornaments, 'Pureowkite wine Vinegar, a superior quality; Candies,'Sugar tlumns, Kisses, and Pupping sKiises,-a - 10 boxes.Goshen Cheese. - 5 boxes imitation English Cheese. Raisins, - Currants, Almonds, Cranberries, Dates, Grapes, Branit Nuts, T&c. i'ckled Tongues, Mackerel, Herrangs, Bar . dines, Salmon, Lobsters, &c. Magnificient Prayer Books and BlUles, bound - in delve', gold and silver clasps, Books, Albums, Ganes, Toys, Dolls, &c. for Christmas presents, Dry -Goods of all kinds, inclutding Shawls, &c. HJatsand Caps; Caps from 123 cents upwards, Hats from 50 cents, ~ Bonnetand Bonnets from 374J cents upwards;, Bonnet a Cap Ribbons, &c. &c. Ladies' black, white, 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. — 13 January 1847

" We woill cling to the Pillars of the Temple of uur Liberties a f t muast fall we will Perislh amidst the Ruins." ~ 10.5a, PUBLISHED EVERY. WEQDNESDAY. -BY W M. F+. DUR ISOE, EDIYOR & PaOPlRIETO R NEW TERM1S.e 't'v D)R.ta aten. FFT C eNTS. peranlitiu, l'plill t1a-vance --$3 ifnotgid within six tnonths frot the date of .snhscriptionI. and $4 if not paid before the. expiratiot< of the year. All suhcriptions will be continned, unless other'vise ordered before the expirt tion of thevon:; butt no paper will be dis continned netil all arrearages are paid. Un less at the option of the Publisher. A.ty pesaa praenr ig five respnsible uibiscri borq.haeall receive the paper for oneyeny gratis. D #ERTt sTSconspicenety inserted Ot + cents per sq:tare. (12 lines, or less.) for/the iratinserton. and 374 for each.euntinu.WscC. :Those p1blined monthly or quarterly'. will "be char-e $1 per square. Advertiefteents not having the number of inse+rtiop narked on them. .vill be continned na;til pj...

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 January 1847

Somae Important Faces connected whitjr the Disevmyof Gun:Coton O the 14th or October last, immediate ly btrlearniog'tat-Cotton had been'con-. verted.inta-an explosive material, Proes ToW* Eltet,-a~f the f~uonth Carolina Onilege,' discovered the process which, (weeks af terwards.) wss published by Otto. This process consisted. in, the employment of very stiong NitiAcid.' On the 31st of' October, Prof. ElIet disco'vdedfibe ,rocess which he subse quently found to be identical with that of MchQnbein,,sud Which consists in the em ployment of a mixture of strong Nitric and Sulphuric Acids ; but Dr. Ellet at orce discarded this process, as he fad the former one, for the reasop, thait it was too cditly. On the 10th- of November. Dr. Ellet employed-Saipetre dissolved in Sulphuric Acid, as a cheap aid easy way of procu ring the desired result, and on the 10th of November be psa using such solutions with entire success and great economy in preparing the Gun Cotton. Thn esseuial- feature of thi...

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 January 1847

I send you this short letter, to give informa tion, through-you, to our friends in Edgefield, that we are al 'safe at this place, though not ,very sound. MEany of our men are meuch trou bled with bad. colis-some of them are 4o sick as to be nable to travel. There ari- sev'eral in thistbitalidn, so-sick as to require the atten tio?.of the Surgeon. -We will leave one mal from our comfriy at this place, until his health imrpaves.a littliW. " One of the 96 Bojys Reuben Jarrall, died last night. He died from the effets otlcold, .and reat exposure; ,,Th6 poorieliw was ta ken illyery stddnsaly, and died whilestanding on his'feet; He seemed to be choked to death by the phlegi in' his liro'at. We will leave eight or teli men atithis place, if the whiole corn ny cannot stay, to bury him with mili tary. uTdrs. The Kershaw Company lost one man las it came up. - le was imprudently, sitting with his feet out of the dart. and got crushed'to death. Thehealths of ourRegiment must necessari ly be bad...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 13 January 1847

Pub1e Sale. Statue of 1outh Carolina. EDGLFIELD DISTRICT, IN :QUITY. The President ant Directors ) of the Bank of the State of Bill for South Carolina,: Foreclo VS. " } sure and John Bauskett, William J. relief. Wighnuan,;& Aun Wight tatn. ) BY virtue of the Decree of Chancellor David Johnson, in this case. I ahall proceed, as "the Agent s-lected by tbe parties, plaitifis and defenlants, to sell and convey the property," on the first Monday and 'Ituesday of February next.,to ofer for sale, at public outcry, at Edge. field 'ourt House, the follon ing real and personal properly, viz: One tract o1 Itud. descrihed in the plead ings an-i mortgage its tlt- homestead of the said Wn. J. Wigttman. and now in his possa.'on. 'ttuate! in the District 'f Edge fic'l, ou 1 IarenO4' (:reek, adjoiing inds of Wiley Giuver, Atlen A:sderson, Wil liam Quarles. John .iullivan, George Git c" n, .'d th'"r-s, :nd 'intaining twenty one hunde- .ter'-:. more or less. Also m.'+ foliwing Fing" y-.i .. E Z' R...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 20 January 1847

J '4 1 tn., ' . 1 r NC" .y .. Y t -- +! lulu Y A/.% rf. V ; F t . . y r J ,''~. . ,* / /".Ai .r. Inl. }Ifrj+' ta . y u 'el (u' 1'a .^ yf LS;'v ^n t. +'.'" ., " Sld ni 1 r 14 ^ _ _ ! .S '" l ]'1, . Mj, gyp, : i, _ / i. jjt }. a :, t r .f, _ , " " lftt wilt cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberticr, an s, " , ., irk. ... ; . s 1 t, j y xy 7 I VOL . a 1 a . ' f{ E X PI-Tl3LIlED EVERY WEDNESDAY. - BY WMi. F. DURISOE, :DITOR & PfROPIIETOR. NEWH' TERMS. Two Doar.Ausauri. FIFTYCE TS, per annum, if paid in advance -$3 if not paid within six inonths from the date of subscription. and $1 if not paid before the expiration of the year..- All snbscriptions will be continned, uhiess otherwise ordered before the expira tion of the voart but no paper will be dis continued dntil all arrearages are paid, un ass at the option ofthc Publisher. Any person procuring five responsible Subscri bers, shall .receive the paper for one-year, gratis. A ovsieRSr'tIKIscon,picuouslyinserted at75 cents...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 20 January 1847

K-. - msld0. 5 E NIWS FROM STILLO.; - ": dre of Santa .Ana's Mdtenetha,. . hed.ollowing. letter,:-which: eamq to. -;aae anieoredition:of Sunda :was-prma Udp ti o rest all doubt as to the fact; Shat ad-ices were expressed from Genl. Worth, at Satillo, announcing the march of a large. Mexican -force towards :that place. With what intebtions Santa Anna has thrown forward mqp in thatdirection time only-can solve; but if the force has not .been over-estimated'it may be his plan to cut up our -army in detail. At the.last- accounts Gen Wool was at ?arras, 'bout .120 miles, if we mistake not, norib of w'esfof Satillo. Our corres 'pondent evidently 'eitertains- a.Aaubt as to the practicability of his forming a juqction with G(0; Worth. it would seem good strategy on the part of the-enemy to throw a large force between Satillo and Parras, - Anake a diversion' with a pdition .of the troops against."Gcneral Worift', while the .wain body, of th'e army alls'upon.Gen. *. .ol., Appr hesions that as...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 20 January 1847

e We gave some account in. aur last pc par, of the effort made here on -Tuesday of th past 'week, to fill up the ranks of the Voluntee Company, which has adopted the name of th Butler Guards,'' under the command of Cap1 Towle , and wb h with the Newberry Coir panay, is to be attached to the Palmetto Regl uneut, now on the march to the. seat of wa Oa Friday last .e had an interesting day -Our citizens, with that -ardor. and patrioti feelingwhich ever signalizes them on such o< casious, prepared a public Barbacue, for th entnertainment of Capt.Towles' Counpuny, an ,the Volunteeissfror Newberry, under Cap r Williams. who were expected to reach thi place on that day, the public at large were in vited. The gallant:Company from Newberr reached, and encamped sti:tdgeBatler's sprin, on the ni ht previo:is. On Friday mornin about 9 Mock, our citizens on horseback a sem'led on thi publiisquare, were organize by Major Bacon, Col. Christie, and Captali Boulware. Marshalls of the Day. and att...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 20 January 1847

6iS erJ's &$e FEBRUARY,-1847. Yvirtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa cias to me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edgefield Court House, on the First Monday and Tuesday following in February next, the following property to - wit :' _ . A trit of land whereon the defendant lives, conjalning one-AIfousand acres, more or less, adjoinitg 'oflanils of John Marsh, ,JolinWise, and- others, levied on us the properiyof; Elizabeth Carter, ads. James Cobb.. A. rat of land, whereon the Defendant l~es,'Eontainiig two hundred and seventy five acres. more or less, adjoining Lands ofJoho Lott, Emsley Lott, William Bonk night, ndil others, levied on'a-s -the prop erty of Stephen G. Whatley,-'ads. John M. Cogburn and others, severally. A tract of land containing eight hundrea acres, more or less,.-adjoining lands of Benjamin 8'teveus, I bert Bryan. and. others,+levied on as'ihe property ofBryan. - -Dean, eds. James M. Riefiardson and James S. Guignard, Executors, foi David Payniiand'others,_severa...

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. — 27 January 1847

.:;f' r ' .Y,. frrY 1. d .,"".!t'1.,,, n - r ra" ( f'f.'' r rc x''4'.. P a r _ .:, tl : '=1.rryyy, F r" b 1 . .. .. - .. _ .r" ':" y'et, L...' .,t !. a rwl". . :t, r vii.' \ o -t t: r1 .. .. .... . J_ Y d : 1 e ", ir4- s. r_'a ) t .1 in , 01 We will cling to the Pillars"o f'the Temple. of our Zibertiea an'S ali ihe o ll; 'Ykia7s mni lal the m ": . nt4l " '_ - t !r" - y .. w '.'ti N 'ry ,}"7tl'"ti'T r" U : r r f , *U PtBISHED E~VERY WEDNESDAY. t WAJ. F. DURISOE,) R .'& PRO P Lt I ET O L Nt'IV TERMS. Tv DLLAsRS and FurT CEz'TS. eterannum. - ifpaidil advance -$3ifuiotpaid withinsai .months fromthe date of subscuiption, and f not paid before the expiration of the' - year All sabscriptions will be continned. s. 5unless Otliorwise ordered before the expira 'tion of the year ; but no paper will be- dis contittued until all arrearages are paid, un * Issat the option of the Publisher. .Aiy~prS~solyrdcuring fire responsible Sub .cs~r ,ier hall receive the paper for one RovgTrs rgETs Ocfsp...

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. — 27 January 1847

R 5 'SPC:E "* On the Bill to establish the 'territori. gorernmeut.of Otegon, is published in the Sai/igton . Union of the 14th. It is a mastely vindicationdf the-'r:glit of IIe states ani views the power of Congress to interferewith'thesubject of slavery, in -the Terniories' and newSities tn the true poitrofrlijht. Alt he mcopromises en teregI intbylChagi,. interdicting sla ~ idan@y'o1-ti-he ewi Stains, I'r. Burt,. considers nconstitutional; nod conse pjoefty giotbinding on such States. Ia: L 7"aieleisof compact between the.oginal.States and: the-.people -and-.. GSjares in the territory iorthwestiof the river Ohio," were entere tin'tor The buxti.article of this cdnpact prvidies, * , There shall be neither slavry 'dr ;rn oluutary servitude-in thesaid territory, bothers ise than in the punishment ofcrime wherebf ihe party shall .have been dully -convicted." c.*-* Thiscompact; Mr..Burt -de toostrates -Cougreshad no power to -hake. In the languageorr.lWM adison on the subject, it *as-9....

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. — 27 January 1847

jesict .lerritory fint cutire sovereignty freedo,au'd indepedece; wiiicha:ere in theozisemplailon of the framers of the act of cession by.YVirginia. Theacquies cence of Ohio. radiana, and Illinois, dues not make .-that. constitutional whlich is in isejf adhersesto he:donstitution, and sub Vorsive of the purposes of. an important grant.. -it suited the domestic circum stances and condition of these States, that slavery should notexist within their limits. They did no:'view the ordinance, there tfrre, as redtritive on them. They -were ailowel ill the freedom and independence oau h'sduhjeetstbat they sought or desired. t.edoe no: follow,, then, that because there-was-tacit consent in these instances, that' inmotber' cased an act of Congress should 'cderce.cutplianCe. But the Missouri Compromise sets the question at'rest as to the supposed infalli tlity un 1'plierabene.s of this so lauded ;ordinance.: slavery was permitted in all abeaerritety below 36 -30 north latitude. 'Fo:quote the l...

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. — 27 January 1847

Sagae f %B4itetiew, BENFID, GA 'T i pr ioed to'publiui .in this "lace. a - Quarterly Revie, -adaplted to the wants of Baptists in the Southern State. .-f theJm; p6rtanceofiiPch an enterprise, we presume th :anbo . ou .dboit. Hitierto, we, hivo b icorite'u toteo sodiei iortli -fora large e portioh c4 our .rdligioi heridire.-Wi the exception of week riewsppers, scarcely any publications (save been. issued .by Southern Baptists. with a view of keeping pace with the inteilectitsl idvanceulont of the age. The dl renioti oftopinion upon subjecls of wreat im patince alid-oprpecu)arinterest to usIias been committed ta .other,,aud often hostile hands; and piiblscatioits~ have been.circttlied -fidiong our chirehes containing sentiments adverse.to our itistitutions, and prejudicial ti ourchristian character It is time that weoshould think.dnd write fe: ourselves. - oThe Reiew-will contain articles on impor Udt'subjects;' reviews and notices of'-literary and Wigious works. as. well na other int...

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. — 27 January 1847

_ k$ie I'HaPtiwt Revie~w: PENFIELD, GA IT is proposed topublii in thiilace. a ,Quar erlyReviewadaptedto the-wiants of Baptists in tha Southern States. .9f*lejim; iSrtance o6iilih an. enterprise, we presume th' .cattbe ,i doubt: Hitherto, we hive b -coitent o j 4h6 ''iiorthi -fora large o portion ei our re*giostheratire.-Witli the exception of wee klynewspnpers,-scarcely any publicatois. hiai be iiued .by Southern Biptistaith a view of keeping pace with the itelletal advanceauent of the age. The dl rehtioii .oCapinion upon subjects of great im geirbnice hdfotpeciiarlulttest to us has been cormitted to other1 ani -often:hostile hands; and pnbhcations have been circulated adong our cirerihes containing sentiments adverseto .otraistitutions, and prejudicial to our christian character it is time that we-should thinkdnd 4Vite fnr ourselves. - T'heRlerjew-will contain articles on-impdr 'tant'subjtects; reviews and notices-of-literary and rehicous works, as well ns other interest .ing-arift...

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. — 3 February 1847

. " Ie will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberties, t it must fall, we will Pcrish amidst the Ruins." VOLUME XI. 'O. B PUBLISIIED EVERY WVEDNESDAY. BY W' . F. DUR ISOE, t'DITOR & PROPRIETOR. N1V TERMS. Two btaLL.Rs and FIFT C E-Trs, per annum, ifpaid in advance $3 i fnot paid within six -months from the dat' of subsctiption, and $1 if not paidi before the expiration of the year. All subscriptions will be continned, unless otherwise ordered before the expira tion of the vehr ;.but no paper will he dis. continued until all arrearames are paid, un. less at the option of the Publisher. Any person procuring five responsible Sub scribers, shall receive the paper for one 'year, gratis. AuverTSSiS-TSconspicuonelyinserted at75 cents per square. (t2 lines, or less.) for the first insertion, and 37.1 for each continuance. Thuse published tnonthly or quarterly. will be'charge . $1 per square. Advertisements not having the number of insertions marked on them, will be continued u...

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 February 1847

MISCELLAIVEOUS. LATER FROM THE ARC] Y. Repotted capture of a portion of uol. May's comnand. bay .t body of Mericaris. Mrxican force in the fielf! now r'stimated at 50.000 Men-apprehended atack on Salti. The brig Georgian, Capt. Crisman. ar= 'rived 3esterd-ry morning, having left Tam pico on the 14th inst. The verbal news she brought was alarming, it being to the effect that Santa Anna had placed himself between Gen. Taylor and Gen. Worth with25.000 inen,and that a general action waslttmedtately expected. All this is an eniggeraIion. W- believe the authentic facts to he as follows: Col. Kinney arrived at Tampico on the 12th inst direct f(om Victoria. He entered that town with Gen. Q Litman on the evening of the 9th inst., and not on the7th as we said in an extra sent off yesterday. Gen. Quitman idrove the enemy before him for the last thirty or forty miles before getting to Victoria. The Mexicans were reluctant to give up the place. As (en. Quitman: entered the town the Mexicans wero...

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 February 1847

MISCELLANVEOUS. LATER FROM THE AR M Y. Repouted capture of a portion of ciol. May's command. b y .t body of e4lricans. Mexican force tn the jicld now estimated at 50.000 Men-apprehended. attack on Saltillo. The brig Georgian, Capt. Crisam. ar rived iesterd ty morning, having left Tam I pico on the 14th inst. The verbal news she brought was alarming, it being to the elect that Santa Anna had placed himself between Gen. Taylor and Gen. Worth * with 5.000 men,and that a general action wasithmedtately expected. All this is an en3ggeratioU. W- believe the authentic thets to be as follows: Col. Kinney arrived at Tampico on the 12th inst direct fhom Victoria. He entered that town with Gen. Q 'itman on the evening of the 9th inst., and not on the 7th as we said in an extra sent off yesterday. ten. Quitman .drove the enemy before him for the last thirty or forty miles before getting to Victoria. The Mexicans were reluctant to give tip the place. As (en. Quitman entered the town the Mexicans ...

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 February 1847

t was a cold-blooded butchery of wo tuen-and children in-the absence of all the warriors of the village. Oa the night of the 12th and 13th, the letter states, a war party Yancton Sioux Indians, located at the time of Wood's Bluffs, situated about sixty miles from this place-Belleview .;The men and .warriors had left the camp on a hunt;andtje Sinux, soon after they reached the camp, discovered that they only had women and children to contend with. The slaughter was terrible- se venty three were kiiled,;and nineteen mor tally wounded. Two men made their es cape-one of them Joseph Lafleeche, a trader in the employ of Mr. Peter A. Sharpy, and at the time' in charge of a stock of goods. He ran from the scene of blood bare footed, and arrived at Belleview with both feet frozen Mr. Sarpy and Maj. Miller, the present agent, despatched a party of men to ascertain the facts, and they con firmed on their return, the report of La ileche. They also reported that five of .the Sioux Indians had be...

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. — 3 February 1847

IU SCELLAMEOUS. From tie Charleston Evening Newes. METHODiST CONFERENCE. The South Carolina Conference of the Me thodist Episcopal Church, South, which ha ,been meeting at Cumberland Church-intii City for the last week, under the piesideucy o Bishop Capers, adjourrned yesterday. T'i following appointments of Preachers fur the - -ensuing year, H ere made last night: Cua&ta ToP DsicT-S WCapers. P E William M Wightman is the senior Editor of the Southern Christian Advocate. and ~4s sistant Agent of the Book Concern of the Me 'thodist Episcopal Church, South. Hugh A C Walker is the Agent of the Aux iliiries in the State of South Carolina. CharJeston:-Cumberland, Alexins 3I For 'ter. . Trinity, Whiteloord Smith. Bethel Wm. P. Monroo. St. James', Martin Eaddy German Mission, David Derrick. Black Swamp, Bond English, John S. Ca pers. Savannah River Mission, Andrew -J Green Joseph Warnock. Walterboro, Hieniy A Mood, Paul F. Kist' her. Conibahee and Ashepoo Mission. John R Coburn, P W Mc...

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 February 1847

-- _-_ - - --. We will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberties and :t must fall, we will Perish amidst the Ruins. r, . VOLGJ1YE %IL. PUB uLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. BY W1. F. DURISOE, -EDIT.OR & PROPRIETOR. NEW TERMS. n' DOLLARS and FIFTY CEITS, per annum, J (gaid in advance -$3 ifnot paid withinsix .months from the date of subscriptionand .$I if not paid before the expiration of the -year. All subscriptions will be continued, unless otherwise ordered before the .xpira tion of the year; but no.paper will be dis continued until all arrearages are paid, uu -.less at the option of the Publisher. Any.person procuring- five responsible Sub scribers, shall receive the paper for one year, gratis. AovmRrssUNTSconspicuouslyinsertedat75 cents per square, (12 lines, or less,) for the first insertion. and 37.1 fur each cont-inuance. Those published ion:h o:-qu.uterly, will be charge.i $1 per square. Advertisements not having the number of insertions marked on them, will b,, c *Ainu...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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