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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 6 September 1838

From the Unirersity 8fagazinefor February. ALL MUST FADE. Where are the modes violets gone, That grew so faintly sweet: And as the Queen of Mav passed on Were strewed beneath her feet? Maiden Spring! nor long can stay Violet must fw'e away. Where tie the flowers I love the best. The alowing roses-say ! That decked the village maidlen's breast. And peasantit's hat st any ? Youth! the summer months must fly. And the brilliant roses die. Then lead me to the streamlet's-brink; in murnr's soft and low. It hidls the thir.ty hlossoms drink, That on the nart in grow, The sun was fieree-the wind was high The streanlet's pebbled hed is dry. Show me the bower I loved of old, To rest me unperceived. Where tales of simple love were told By simple hearts helieved. The leaves are onn-the flowers nre dead; The cool and fragrant shale has fled. The gentle girl, whom "hen she niet My anze, her eves oe'er raised, But on the timid violet (tier own sweet emblemn) gazed Beauty withers, a(d the mail, Like...

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 September 1838

AW vl htoth UI ABORDE9 ]Editor."Wwilcictoteplaso14tmeOfuribte, and if it must fall we wilPAmDAidst the ruins." IEKY *OLIUIVE 3. IMDGIFtIR c. C. Ws. c.) Teber , 13 Ib3s 7,.32 The Edgefleld Advertiser, IS PURJ,ts1D EVERY TIIURSD %Y MORNING. TERMS.-Three Dollars per unnunt, if paid in advance,-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid before the expiration of Six .Minths from the date of Subscription.-and Four Dollars if not paid within Six Months. - subscribers out of the State are required jtopay in adrance. No sub ' tion received'for less than one year, nd no pY# discontinued n.atil all arrearages are paid, except at the .9ption of the Editor. All suLscriptions will be ' continued unless oth erwise ordered, at the end of. the year. Any.person procuring five Stihsribers and becimmng responsible for the same. shall receive the 'sixth copy gratii %' A6vTrmXts-rs conspicuously inserted at 414 cents per square, for the first insertion. and ,43j cents for each continuiance. ANvertilemients io...

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 September 1838

COMMUNICATIONS. Mr. Editor. 1 request the favor of you to insert, in the columns of your paper. the following ac count ofthe recent religious meeting, which was held in the Baptist Meeting House of this place. The Baptist chureh of this town com menced, at 9 o'clock on Friday, the 24th of the last month, (Atagust.) a course of re ligitlus exercises, which were losed on the evening of Tuesday the 4th of the present month. here were present with tis, at our irst meeting, two Ministering bredhren be side.myself. Mv church wero generally present, and mnny, if not nil in attendance, felt that the Lord was about to pour out his blessing upon us. We began. therefore. in the confident expectation, that our labor zwould not he in vain in the Lord. All the members anti brethren present, after ing ang, reading the scriptures, and exhortation approached, in the attitude and spirit of ap plication, the well known spot berae our pulpit, where in times past, we lad often prostrated ourselves as a ...

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 September 1838

-101cellaneous. Mat. CLA.--It way have struck out' readers with 1ote litl. surprise, that in comtbatiug the argumentj adduced agatist the-great ainancal reformt pruposed by the Aduinistration, we have taken so little no tice ifthose Mr. LLAY. 'lil tact 1s, that his speeches upon the sutjeet--at speeches they deserve to be callet---are so devoid of mind and argument aS to e tt terly unwortla,y of discutston; and tijis as the opimiou of several o' his party, IdendS as-eli as toes- We know, and the fact is stotorious, that his ablest friends blusned for the %sorse than nethocrity ol his ctuorts upou she great qudstion, the dseunsbion ot which has elicited so tmuch talent on both sides. Whence comes it thnt Mr. Clay has lost .so much of that ability whith lbrmeriy distinguished~ his political course! tits mind, utten unequal to itself, and always ill-regulated, once indicated power* o a high order, though unimproved by study. and iupaared by his hahtos to lii'. I'lo secret otits present...

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 September 1838

PtOPOSALS ' - or publishing,inthe Town of Columbia,(S.C.) a no ci.rckly and Il cekly Necspapcr, TO BE ENTTLED Tilt SOITH CAROLIMAN, BY A. 11. PEM I EItA ON. E NCOURA(s ED and stimulated by the kind and flattering so,icitatiubs of poaticul frieudd ani an all-absor bing miteri Lt mi tihe ;-rezt question of the day. the untermsgied (torumerly editor of the Augusta Chronicte,). proposes mo Inblish a new paper, ill Coninlihiak, amil re-pect inlly submits to the consideration of the pImbhe, the principles and opiiions by .wiici it %% iii be goverued. Firmly conm inced that tihe- fuiture liberty, Isappinets, independence and prosi eLi'y of the Southern States, ani indeed of le whole Confeleracy, are vitaly involvtd-mn the inmneii tous qiestion now pending, betweeii a goganet National Bank, and lie conetsttiutional currency ofrtie conutty, the malin object ithe C:ARtOLINIAN will be to dit. ussthat q uesitionl f(reely & tlsm ough ly; throw all its iights fiimr,y antd 1ily beloe e tie peo...

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 September 1838

ML. . LA ORDE, Editor. We will cling to the pillars f pl of our liberties, and if it must fall we will p Nidst the ruins."WEEKLY. VOLI E 3O.33. The Edgefleld Advertiser, IS PUnLISIIFn EVERY THURsiy MORNING. TERNIS.-Three Dollars per annum ir paid in advance,-Three Dollars and Filly Cents if paid before the expiration of Six \lonths from - the date of Subscription.-and Four Dollars if not paidwithin Six Months. Subscribers outor the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received for less than one year, nd no paper discontimed n.til all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. Al subscriptions will be continued unless oth erwise ordered, at the end of the year. Any.person prociring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same. shall receive the sixth copy gratis. ADVIRTISKMENts Conspicuously inserted at 024 cents per square, for the first' isertion. and 43j cents ror each continnance. Ativertisements not havingthe nniuber of insertios marked o...

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 September 1838

VulIlC.*L*__ From ths Grwnvil&, Mountaineer. Ga1.s vi,x,E, A.; JU0 18.38. Sir:-In the course 41L my reninrki on -Tuesday. last I stated that the denaind of the public dues in gold and silver only. lid firmt been presente4l in Coigress is a dis tinct and specific proposition, by Col. Ben ton. . You interrupied lite, and saild tlait cny statemont was flle (and I understanttid, add 6d, that I knew it to be so.) This occur red at a dinner given tot yells. and I could therefore do no inure than to say that steh langungo was unprovoked, and 'hat I could not and wonld not stbmit to it frmli any one I had lhoped th. when the excilenent of the ituotnent had paled n ;v it would have been withdsr:iwn. As at wa, not, I have no ulternative left, Itt to i qisire of yot whether yon intended to use the lil gaiaualn riutte.d to 3 otu, id whether or not lam to regard It w it hdra wna or retracted. Very rpctlly, Yur %od' servant, %% THOMPSON. Jr. Hon. J. C. CAL1U.N. Fon-r HtLL. Sept. 2. 18:38. Sir...

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 September 1838

communiention heing such, that I could not notice it under the infinience of kinder feel ings. That he has done mo inju.mice, and attempted it represent mie as oecop ing a position which an honorable man would disdain, lit himself must see. if he will take the trotil.lo to review what lie has written Amd I hesitate not to assert, that lie who can thus publicly make such an imputation. is himself worthy of it. It maiy however. be possible, that I have mieaken his mean ing; ifso, it would afford me pleasure to see the matter so expl;iined. With great respeet, I remain your obedien servant. T. 11. NIXON, Wo are reqnested tip eail a Meeting of the Ciizens of' Edefield District. at this place on Sale-day next, with the view of a ppointinL Delegates to the Merchaots Con vention which sits at Augusta on the third Monday of October next. Some of the late Delegates are expected to report to the Meeting. NO: Ill. 'A horse! a horse! iny kinplon for a horse," said Richard the Third oi Bosworth ...

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 September 1838

PROPOSALS Er puffishing, in the Town of Columbia, (S.C.) a new Senti-Weekly and ickly Newspaper, , TO BV ENTITLED THE SOJTM CAROLIMAN, BY A. i. PEM l;E tiUN. E NCOURA t.ED and stimulated iby the kind and flattering soicitations of' political friendit and nit all-absorbing interest in the great question of tie duy. the undersigned (tormerly editor of the Augusta Chronicle.) proposes to pttb.ith a neV paper, in Coltumbia, aod respect fully ubmits to the consideration of the public, the principles and opiiiions by %% hiclh it % ill be governed. Firmly cons incei ihat the futiue ibrty. happiness, independence and prospelity of thee Soutthern States, ant indeed of the n% hole Confederacy , are viially involved in the mnomllen totus qlestion n14JOw pending, betweene a gigantiec National Bank, and the eosittutional enrreney of tite cOnntly, the main object 1fthe CARnoL.sIN will he to dis ussthat question reely & thoi ough 1y; throw all its eights fairly and idly befere the pople; and s...

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 September 1838

M. LABORDE, Editor. We will cling to ti pillars o temple of our liberties, -?LD E i . and if it must fall we *ill amidst the ruins." PU ILE IED W EE ILY. VOLUME 3. EDGIECa.ef. (Sbr7, The Edgelield Adveiliser, 113 P111111AHI.E EVERY TH1URSDAY MOR""ING. TER1S.-Th-lref- Dollnrs per unimi if paid in advaie.-Threv )ollurs aid Fifty Comnts if paid belere tho expiritioi of *ix M'otio Crotm the date or Subscriptiom.-and Foir Dollars, if* not paid within Six Momths. Subseribiers ont of the State aire required to pair% inl adrance. No -1tabscription received'for leoa ilutn ter yeoar, nd no inper discointined n.-itil ll :rre;ir:;;es are paid, except it the optim of hile itor. All subscriptions will be contimied umic.s oth erwise ordered, it the end of tie )eamr. Any.person procuring five Sisbscribers ati bcomnung responsible Itor the smie. shall I eceive time sixth copy gratis. ADVEltTiSVmr-Ers comispielonsly inserred nt 62.1 cemts per sqminre, for the first inmertiom. aim 43, cemts for each c...

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 September 1838

COMAUfIN i .CA I40s. A. Edit6r. Sir--j 6v.rcnd in your paper of tilt "000 inRt. a communietiion over file sign. ture ofuT. Ii. Nixon, in answer to one o'the 13th. This cotiunnmienation is so poinited nnd personnl. as to leave me no ait-rimtive 'but to ippeir over my proper ianr. ]lut befrorC I proceed to n)o1ice! Iis ion1am1.1 tory chullition, wlici I amn iiclined to tiitk hi preceded from tie "ardour of conlvie lion." I feel it due to myself to Stale posi lively the miotive vlich inlduced fie to mIake the CoIuInIlillicilion over fihe si-na ture of "-ain Votflrs." Willh a lar.pe ma jority.fW ie inlielligenVi and ind:peodlnt v - ters ofr bis Dic-triet I wsI iimel oplos,ed to a Natioal l ank, and ha %iln rerv.i4-. informiion Ci'lm a 'otriee lhat I coul, i1:41 douht thal M'r. T. IL. Nixon hand pe.e himse%('lf previous to 1h IIIm etiII g ofi' tiz (11 ensl in Atgist last, to bc ill livfir o Oh io ii. IlItionl, aind se-ing u ithe dark1 ::in ; 'b ii, jmanner inl which he( -avv his I rto th...

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 September 1838

Il her h6stil neighbors, the Mexicnts nud Indinuts fist drawing to a clomo. A loo; and glorious eareer no doulbt awaits her. TrxAs.--'-'ho last news fromi Texas thnws that country it war wii the pIter Ful tribus of Cutatianche and Clhcrokee in - dinnm. .. The elections going on for president ntid vice president of Texas, had asorbed to - Iuch of lite publit. attentioll, .hal iitile hoetdwas taken (of the isettled sloe tif theit relations with the Mexicis and Iin dinns. . As far nswe (anl nseertain. at this dis lauce, the prospeet htre the Stale o rTex its, is inuitipivious to pe-ace mnd tranqility. The ilexicans have not enisieei the least disposition it) neknow ledge their loidepen detce. Oi their Northern fromier, the in * ditins nre hostile, and we sill know how hiarassing*idn distressiiz their modle if' ii2htinga is. The Camn-mnanehv!, Seminoles, Creeks and Cherokees can (tirnii nearly n in:ltny worriors ns there are fi-iio11jg llei in Texils;nm11 I llere is evidetitlv 1 disposi...

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 September 1838

** Election ResofCS, FOB-OCTOlI-A.R, 183X, So mych'asirclake to Edgjirel 8 Abbrille. IN TILE I1OUSE OF REPItI lNTArwi-:s Dernutdr 2f0. 1 1417. T fiE Comnuittee oal Privi-eges nd I1vletios so which it wtas relerred to drati resoloi lion.,, land aIppoist Manages-s ol- I.oietionls hEri the nlext Genlerall election, report the f*#llon% ii, hesoiolions: Reslrd, Tiit the election t) bev ill ill the secoitd Alolldahy inl Outohlor InCIt and tht. da.1y 141 lowing, lbr 8e('vtor.s ad .vinbers of lih I imise of Itepresenlt.tives. S1h11 11he hlenit.1 it listh Itil Ple.1s and colituted by the filoWing For EdaIgificld District.-At l,anq-irv's, W n. Yeldell, A. Ilerrij, L. A thoktlis. Celbns,.9as. Ifitiiumtiad,T (iarrelt, I N, Girrmtt. Cloitd's, J. P. Mas, V. 4. 1lowns. ,. -pav.- Plne l1inse. 11. iletti-, It. lin ewr .1olmn (;'t iiliiion. Chrisfies. A. King, J.ais lirn, ,. lirtltt. Diuitoll's, 31. Ali s. h1aniel. ,1 -4sason, [I. lill toll. Shepltrd's, i. I.e.i<, Stoplstw. I,. G. Holowtay. Itide....

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 October 1838

74 I. LA)ORDE, Editor. "We will cling to the pillars or ple of our liberties, and if it must fall Wd will idstthe ruins." PUDLISHED WEEKLY. VOLUME 3. EDGEFIELD C. (8. be 4, 1838. 1NO. 3. The Edgefleld Advertiser, IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. TERMS.-Three Dollars per animm if paid in advance,-Three Dollars and Filly Cents it paid before the expiration of Six Mo;nths fron the date of Subscri Ltion.-andit Four Dollars it "ot paid within Six Months. Subscribers out of the State are required to pay iii adrance. No subscription received for less than one year, nd no paper discontinued u.itil all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. All subscriptions will be cootinued unless oth. erwise ordere,, at the end of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and bectming responsible for the sanie. shall receive the sixtih copy gratis. ADVERTISZMFtTs conspicuously inserted at 621 cents per square, for the first insertion, and 431 cents for each continuance. Adverti...

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 October 1838

Domestic NIVews. Tin WESTF.RN I NDIANS.-A correspon djenlt of the Montreal Courier, writintg from New York. gives the following stamement of Ithe scheinesorJohn it oss, the chief oftle, Clerokees.....Tho writer probably derived hlis idea ofi a general coufederation of the tribes, at the Itocky loit:ains. froml Mr Catlin, from wluml, somie weeks tago, we heard a similar statement of the prohahle jesignts of Ros. ThO lester inl tle Mon treal paper will he read with the moro inl -- terest, consiWered in relision it the propo sed movemnent of Uen. Gaines. The wri ter say,; a,ily present object is to speak of Ji3hn Ross, the chief of ulte C hurokees. It is his objec. 111 lIe Inales Ito sverel oflit. to Ilose with whot lie is n a lii natli:ir ioutitig. to ge atm1otng all tiae trile of lmliat .1anl have 1talk." To tell tiemi that lhev hilve warred with each other long entm.1h, tiat they mlust unite-it is the will of tle Grcat lpiit, or IIty will he swept away. The wiiie men are advnneing 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. — 4 October 1838

1Wt~ Tcx a upon tb ilfeda' froti.i rgn' is- W- I A p ;tre greatly aided-b it;- e Whxtc'dM1s he, and had 'b 'istibbained. from kIe Indmtans lWmises. to engage iW the war.. When the ixiceanshere took up arms, -they imme ey.*alled;up6n the Indians to join them, .nany p,'whotn did, and, all were preparing '4 to d0 so. ..They pitthed theircam at 4he beustof ono ofthe chiers'of the therokee ftidn; lint the timely oppearance of an ntforce intimidated thetilinne, who 6amediki.ely withdrew from them, and sent,thier.chios to our camp to 'hld talks ofpenie. -' A- large portion of the Mexicans tile rturned; some are here, and some ke&gone.1oLquisiana; and about sixty of theirateading men havergone to- the Prairie Indiani. The Indiane in our vicinity pro fbs. now the greatest friendship: and in view ofan ieficientTorce, which is -now being raised, f'kave not the. least doubt will re main so. Your obedient servant, THOS. J. RU1K. - EXitco AieD 'IXAs.-Information has been received in Now Orlea...

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 October 1838

Election Resolves, FOIl OCTOBER, 1838, So much as relates to Edgefeld If Abbeville. IN TilE HOUSE OF REPRILSENTATIVES December 20, 1837. T IIE Committee onl Privileges and Elections to which it was refi-rred to dral resolu tions, and appoinlt Managers of Elections 1'or the next Geucral clection, report the following Resolutions: tesuirc4d, That the election to bo lield on the sectond Monday in October next and the day fol lowing, for Senators and Meibers of the 11ouse of Ituepresentatives. shall be holden at the fli lowing, places, aud conducted by the following personis: For Edgeft/d District.-At Longmnire's, Will. Yeldell, A. Perrin, L. A Brooks. Collios, Jim. 11anitonld, T. Garrett, 11 N, Garrett. Vloud's, J. P. hIays, W. S. loward, W. Day. Pine 1lose, B. lettis, B. Hatcher, John Goinilliou. Chri6ties, A. King, Janes Dorn, L. Burnett. Dunton's, 1. M1oss, Daniel Brimsonl, II. Dull ton. Sheplhard's, It. Lewis, S Stephens, L. G. Iolloway. Itidge, M. Wntuoi, L. llolhes, I. Jolws. Mee...

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. — 11 October 1838

4z4 I LABORDE, Editor. * c o ur libertes, and if i ust fat the ruins.'TEEKLY. VOLUME 3. UO EVE . - a asas. The Edgeleld Advertiser, IS PUBLIAHXV EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. TERMS.-Three ffollars per annum if paid in advance,-Tbhe Dollars and Fifty Cents if aid before the expiration of Six Months from -tate of SWAption.--and Four Dollars if stos paid within Bix Months. Subscribers out of the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received for less than one year, nd no paper discontinued u.til all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. All subscriptions will be continued unless oth erwise orderet, at the end of the year. Anyjperson procuring five Subscribers and becominJ responsible for the same. shall receive the sixth copy gralis. ADVECRTISKIN'TS conspicuously inserted at 26 cents pr square, for the first insertion, and 431 cents for each continuance. Advertisements hot havingthe number of insertions marked on them, will be continued until ordered out, 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. — 11 October 1838

4*m tAe Richnmead .nguirer. S. UE. S' N LONDON! Mr. Stevenson -und Mr. 0' Connell. "Loia's Hiel. Lonom, Aug. 1., 1838. %.jAr Sir-Ktiowing the deep mnterest which yfilu Ivel inl every thiing which con c'rns tihe Amerieuan linmser, I hastened to - inelose you by the pncket of to-smiorrosw froim Liverptool, his correspondence with -,Ur. O'COnttMA. -%oni wifi of comrst- have beein seen the -reptIrd brutial oitinge, winchim this IriIh Ualitfan .ade ti bot - oumm r, an Al.. itevoei on im'the first loi Auxtm at litrmi inlghai, where the nmtlition of negro up pretiect-hip in the lrilisho Wet Iti.liet wa% celtebratcol with very exrntitminary mani feitatiions, ofahekgunarnli m nd nhuse. 6 mThe moimilimeti Mr Stepien%mn rend Mr. O'Counnell's speech, he hitntIle.I to my lonvet aitmi r-.qeisted me to convey Stneh, a me,s.ta,- m 31r. O'Coniet-, am should lerae no doubt tof it, import.-A I wazt lerfemly nv' amr, it fie l:e im.If in time h1.an11. of timi.6 patrimt, (who i- 4a, fmls- to his frieml-....

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. — 11 October 1838

f9r(iagtp their, bility --oriU6ination. -Tlhat Agucies be,formed in difere nt pa rts of Eurobe, wher6r ir bominercial interests are the, most materiallas well as such. itme plaeas Most central and eligible, and hid -some salariesor cornmissions allowed agenats to be appointed by a bonrd of Directors so Iceted by the stock holders That all orders rrom the Merchantsn,may be given to the home agents, to be trans mitted - and executed by the fortign agents, and Ahipped to tlh-- fiormter and1. subject to that ordcr of the Merchant, send the payment secured accirding to the trms that nay be established or agreed upon. This will neiessOtily relieve thef importer frtim the expense on his goods by -the way of North era ports as well as the utd% ine imposed upon him by Northern ittmporters, when purchases are made on time, to whicth is added the difference in Exchange for the accpin modatins. In earrying this plat in to e:ectation, the plantin interest should be elicited, as remittances rome ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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