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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 11 October 1838

-PROCLA"AT1LN6 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EXECUTIV0.DEPARTMENT, COLUNIA, 24th Aug. 1836. .y HiBFcellency PIE RUE M. BIT -LE R, Esq.. Governor and Commander in-chief in andover the State aforesaid. HEARAS, infoO'mation has been re - ceived at this Department, that a felonious murder was lately committed in Richland District, by one Aia STRIP .sI, on the body or HIRAm ADDIsoN, and that the said ABNLR has fled from f6stice. ---:-:---NOW KNOW YE, That to the intent the said AJSER may be brought to legal trial and condign punishment, for his of fence as aroresaid, I des hereby offer a ro w%ard of Three Hundred Dollars for his ap prehnsion and delivery into any jail in this State. -The said ABNER STRIPLI N is about thir ty years orage, five reet ten inches high, well made, fair complexion, light hair and blue eyes, sharp features prominent, full mouth and white teeth, foud of gambling and brags much of his manhood: Given under my hand and the seat of the State at Column hin, this 24th iny o...

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. — 18 October 1838

"We will cling to the pillars or urertis, IM. LABlORDE~, Editor. JELS E W E LY and if it must fall we will amidst the ruins."' VOLIUME 3. EDGEFIELD V. as. (m. oer 18. jm:S. IN. 1 The Edgelleld Advertiser, 1s PUt1,1S18u. EVE.RY TIIUiSD \%Y MONING. TERM -.-Three Dollars per announ if paid sn ndvanice.-Three Dollari and Filly Cent-4 fi* , paid before the expiration of Six Ilonths from the date of 4ubscription.-and Fonr Dolinrs if not Iaid withiil Six Iouths. Subscribers out of the State are required to pay in adrunre. No submcriptionl received"for less than one year, nd no paper discontinued n.itil nil -irrenrnges are paid, except it the option of lithe -ditor. All subscriptioti will bieontinned nuless oth erwise ordere-, at the end of tie year. . Any person proenrin-a five Sunscrilers aid becomhing responsible for the sate. shall receive the sixth copy gratis. AtvYRTISVNKVTs Conlspictioutsly inserted at 62.1 conts per square. for the first insertion. and 43j cents or- lah contiiiianii...

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. — 18 October 1838

. LABORDE, Editor. We will cling to the pillars of p -nd if it must fall we wil pf ipeoeurlbris I pe amidst the ruins." VOLUMIE 3. EDGEE D C. IN. (9. V sober IS, am:s.. The Edgefleld .dvertiser, 1s FU IL.ISI 11-:n EVI.RY TiUtsi)\Y MORNING. TERM A.--Three )ollars pt nuntin ir paid in ndvance.-Three i)olli s and Filly Ceno-t ril . paid berore- the expiration of Six \lmiths lron the slate or Snhscriptio.-and I'iir IDolhirs it it paid within Six \Monhs. Sibweibers ont ol the State are respoired to pay in udrer-. No quibcription receivedti Cr leAs than ounr yarr. nd no ptiir discontiied ti.mil nIl -irrearages aro pamid, except at the oltion oi the I'ditor. All sub-4cription.% will lie cotilitind ntless oith erwise ordere-1, at til! enl or tile year. . Any persoi prorotritm, live asclweribef.rs :nd4 blireomitiing rsponsjlie flor the sanie. shall i ereive thle sixth copy artis. Anv.inrisl,.mx-qrs fconspienonslY iiierted at .1 Ceoits per sqpare. sir thi' lirst itse-rtion. adti 43) cents for...

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. — 18 October 1838

11i1scellancous. TIlE GOLD.N oruom10 . Look at thai.,riglit crentare, darting like n fltash of lire nsson the thiuk leIes! it is tlo Go.o:- OtoLr... What a baittuty ("al ansy sionset elud siurp:ts- the! dazzha. brilliancy of his bright plumage? No baii ile of goi 1und disalonds conlid ever he ams:ale to e4qua1.l him; hei i t soa'ter lat, amil no 1ncnnn tie, though hi., note has IiI.: varit-tv td is iot long kept up; .ill there is a rich nes. nd mn llwnes all his gay warile, very plsing to tiw ear; atd moreover le is so familiar i lass ia with liea.n and sucis su dt'S111iir 0 0 Citiva tlhs itegplaia - n nee boy ne-stlis and sitinig :-I fie wimlows or our hioses-ir, percha e, we have an applo orchard thcre-atd eves inl thei ' vry strects ofi ur cii%, where eli enm lil a lall clmt swiniging its droipirig ia anA o% er the pavemici-that one catiol help loving him. lie i,s, beside, of tih, slarling tribe with powers of voice that m1igIl liet adapteda to lnajanmue. li tiow:, lo aetially ta...

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. — 18 October 1838

Barnwvell-Representa(ives, Ed. 1elliu ger. George. loye, JohIN Marsh. Richland-Senator, Jas. Gregg; Rxeprc sentatiVes, J. G. Brown, B. T. Elnore, James Dou'glass, W. F. Desaussure. Lexington-Representatives, L. Boozer, 11. Arthur. Orangebu rg-11 epresentatives, D. Jamie son, J. Tyler. Fairfield-Representativert.T. JIlnhaian, D. McDowell, W. Lyles. E. G. Pahiner. Charleston--Seat ir, Daniel- E. 1luger; Representatives. Edw. Frost, J. Seliierle, R. W. Seymour. A. G. 51agrath, J. Phillips, Ker Boyce, J. C. Ker, C. G. \feimmiuger, J. E. B. Finley, Wm. Aiken, J. 11uger. G. B. Eckhoird, R. Eue, m. Jacobs, Tios. o. Ellioti. H1. Go.urdin. St. MatIhen% s-Senator, T. J. Goodwyn; Representaitive, D Iane. St. Thomas & SI. Denuis-Senator, F. D. Quash; Representatative, W. P. In graham. Chrisi Church-Rep. A. Hibben. St. Audrews-Rep. W. I. Bull. St. James' Goose Creek-Representa tiveq, J. Wilson, J. L. Strohecker. St. Bartholomews-Scnntor, S. Verdier; Representatives, B. G. O'Bryan, Dia. S. He...

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. — 18 October 1838

From the Knickcrbocker. OCTORI R. Solemn. yet beautal'il Io view, Moath of amy heart! iaon dawnest here, Withs satd and fuiled leaves to sirew The sutmmer's imelancholv hier. The moatning of thy winds I hear, As the red stinset dies nfar. tAnd hars of purple clouds appenr, Obsering every Wester star. Thou solemn month ! I hear thy voice It tells oy soul ofotler days, 'When biut to live was to rejoice whel caiII was lovely to nmy gaze Ohl, visions bright-oh, bitessed haotirs, Where are their lvitn- raptures tiow? I ask taiy spirit's wearied powcrs I uk miy pale and lbevered brow! I look to nature, and lchold My le's dim emblems rustling round. In li's of criason al t goold The Year's de,al lonors ol I lit ground, And sighing with the wtdb i feel, \V hile Iticir lo% pinionss murimur by. low attoel their Sweeping tonles reveal Oflif*e and hiuman de1".iny. WV hen spring's delhghisoie moments shone, They eam in zephyrs friot the west They hore il,h woo lark's ielhin tlone, They stir,ed t...

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. — 25 October 1838

D. LABORDE, Editor. * woe pillars or the ) r our liberties, and if it must fall we will perns ist urn ruin.." VOLIV *E 3. EDGEFUELD 0. R. N. C.) r NO. 3s. The Edgelield advertiser, is 'gittsity:.) EVElRY TIHURSi \Y MORtNING. TF.'.--Three Dollars per anmuni if paid in advance.-T;ireo Dollars and iitlv Ce'nts if paid before thnt expiration of Six 'In th from the date of Sibscriptin.-and -'oir IDollars if not paid within Six Month:s4. ubscribterrs out of the ft:mte are reptired to pay in udrnurr. No subscription recemiv'l lir less than our nerur, nd no paper discontinued ii oil all :arreni-ge:s are paiid, excepit a the optioni of the I'diior. All siibscriptionis will be otimUld unle. otih - erwise ordered. at the etl ti the . -:mr. \niy p:rionu proesi:;in five Sut-irilh,, . d b i.imin.., re."pio'il: -isr the sime. shall i oi ' the sixth copy gratis. AlvEttTis r - con(pi m o-lio i'-.r t! at fin% enth1 fer gpta re, for the. firs: la'ertionu. and 43j (els rents fo r continu e' t. . iorrti...

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. — 25 October 1838

Domestic News. .Ertract from the Report oft/e Board ofDi rectors to the Stockholdcrs of the Soutk iI'estcrn R. Road Company. "But we consider the estahlishment of the Batik, the hond whieh wiil serve to hldf the Company together, nod iflird n certain resource in any time of need. and Itherelire as indispensible to the suecessiul prosecution of the great work. In this view of the sub ject we would now baing to the notice, .fthe Stockholders, some of IIhe Ieading 'p:ovis ions of otr* Bunk charter, a.I Irietly poin out the great advaninges which Imzy be derived fi-om this institution, and the valu able uses to which it mny bt' npp;iied. The "South Western R ail Rlnid !sank" hss been chartered by the States of North and South Carolina and lennessee, with a enpial not io execed $12,000.000, nad for a pe rind of thirty-one years. Kentucky has not yet concurred in this charter. hut stranig hopes are entertained thatI lie renewed app'iltiion, which is to be madtle to her legislatore, at the...

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. — 25 October 1838

Resolved, That the Committee consider the propriety of reconnnending the forma tion of Joint Stock Companies to assist in promoting a direet import and export trade with Europe. Col. Marsh offered the following resoln tion, which was adopted: Resolved, That it he refercd to the Con mittee of twenty -one to considher the expe diency of reconmcuding to the Legislatures of the several Stntes and 'Territories repre sented in the Convention. the adoption of a liberal system of internal Improvemens. On motion of Mr W. L. Mitchell, Col Marsh was added to the. Committee of twenty-one. The Convention then adjourned till 12 o'clock, to-morrow. Tuesday, 12 o'clock. The Convention met this day, according to previous arrangetnent. The lion. A. B. Longstreet, from the Committee of21, stnted tht the Coinit -tee was not yet ready to report, and asked for further time--granted. Mr. Boyce moved that Alex. Black, Mr. - Jamison and A. -McDowell, be added to the Committee of 21. - Mr. Pollard, of Mabaam...

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. — 25 October 1838

-I. LkNICS ON A SK1SLETON. The following lines were fiund deposited in a case containing a skeleton sent to the Royal Akadeny, London. It is believed that they were written and deposited there by one of the students. Behold this ruin! 't was a skull, One ofretherial spirit full; This narrow cell was life's retreat; The space was thought's nvsterious seat. What beauteous pictures fiil'd this spot! -Vhat dreams ofpleasure long forgot! Nor love, nor joy, nor hope nor Iear, ls left one trace or record here. Beneath this toauldering canopy. Once shone the b rig ht and btsy eye Tiut start not at the dismal void. If social love that eve cut plov'd if with no lawless lire; i gI:at'l Biut through the dew of kindness beatn'd, The eye shall be for ever bright, When stars and suns have lost their light. Ihere, in this silent cavern hung The ready, swift, and tuneful longuc Ifrfalschood's honey ir dildain'd. A nd w here it cold not pra i'e, wa chain'dI, If hold in virtne's cause it spoke, Yet ge...

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. — 1 November 1838

M. LA ORDE Editor. "We will cling to the pilla the temple of our liberties, and if it must fall we perish amidst the ruins." VOLUME 3. EDGEFRELD C. U. C.) November 1, 1838. The Edgefeld Advertiuer, IS PUni~lisnKD EVERY TIlURSl) Y MORNING. TERRAi.-Three Dollars per annum if paid an advance.-Threo lDollars and l'ity Conts if paid before the expiration of Six alonths from the data of Subicription.--and Four Dollars if not paid within Six \Months. Subscribers tantof the State are re'quired to pay in adrunr,. No subscription received for less than mer year, nd no paper discontinied n.til all arrearnges are paid. except at the option of the Fditor. All sutbscript iosa will be continued unless oth erwise ordere 1, at the end of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming respon'ible for the same. shall receive the sixth copy gratis. ADVKRTISKMK'4 TS conspicuously iuserted at 62.1 cents per square, for the first insertion. anal 43j cents for .'ach camttnnance. Advertisement...

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. — 1 November 1838

. I Domestic 1ews. COMMERCIAL CONVENTION. AUGUSTA, Oct. 17. The Convention met at 1 o'clock, in. stead of 12, as the committee of 21 were not ready to report at that hour. At the request of the President. the dele Pates who had arrived since the last ad Journmeut, came forward and registered their names. The Secretary the", read ithe minutes of the last meeting, which were confirmed. James G. Holmes, Esq. of Charieston, then rose and stated to the Conventio'n that the committee appointed yesterday to re eeive subscriptions from the membmers for the purpose of procuring a Silver Cup, to be presented to Wmn. Dearing, Esq. of Ath ens. had discharged that duty, and he hoped the Chairman of that committee woul be allowed to present the same; which was granted. This ceremony produced quite a sensasion in the Convention-E. Bellinger, Esq. the Chairman of the committe, came forward, in behalf of the Covention, and after one of the most feeling addresses we have heard for some time, presente...

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. — 1 November 1838

Naval History of the United States. Mr. Cooper, the celebrated Novelist, is en gaged in writing the Naval tlistory of our country. From his intimate acquaintance with nautical affairs, this gentlemen is emi nently qualified for the task. His work will, no doubt, be valuable and full of in terest. If there is any thing of which we should be proud, it is the character of our. sailors. The history of our navy is full of glory. Our naval officers have achieved for themselves, a reputation for romantic valor, only equalled by the heroes of the middle ages. On whatever ocean, thestar spangled banner floats in the breeze, there is the symbol of our country's glory. Government Notes, Biddle Notes, and Specie.-We make another quotation from the Now Orleans Bulletin, about the mon ey market: "New ORLAsS, Sept. 24. "United States Bank Notes 3 a 4 per ci. premium. United States 'T'reasury Notes, 4 5do, Specie, 3a4do." Alas! alas! our country is ruined! Trea sury notes, which the Bankites have p...

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. — 1 November 1838

dette Mcess. - THE EVENING WIND. MY MARY EMILY JACKSON. I hear thee, oh, thou rushing wind ! Thou bast sweet tones for mhe, Now bearing on thy mighty wings Glad sounds from land and sea, And many a sweet from closing flower Upon thy breath is cast; Then whisper on, exulting wind, And tell where thou hast past. Thou'rt wand'ring from the sunny South, Where noble deeds are done, T1hy path is o'er the field of war, Where victory has been won; The hills have been thy winding way, The rude seas thou hast crss'd The lightnings scathed thy onward course Yet nothing hast thou lost. Thou'st been amid the orange flowers, By India's groves and vines; And from the North thou bringest back The rustlings of its pines. The clarion, and the banner folds Have lent their tones to thee, Full high and holy are the sounds Which thou dost bring to me. I hear thee as thy mighty wings Sweep through the hollow sky ; Thou'rt from the forests of the Vest, Where ruined cities lie; The mingling of th' mighty st...

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. — 8 November 1838

))r LABORDE, Editor. " We will cling to the pillars of the tem e or our liberties, and if it must fall we will perish aibidst the ruins." VOLUME 3. EDGIns .D C. . (N. C.> Nvember N, 1N3$. The Edgefield Advertiser, Is PUBLISHIED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. TERMS.-Three Dollars per annum if paid tn advance.-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date of Subscription.-and Four Dollars if not paid within Six Months. Subscribers out of the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received for less than one year, and no paper discontinued u.atil all arrearuges are paid, except at the option of the Editor. All subscriptions will be continued unless oth erwise ordered, at the end of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming- responsible for the same, shall receive the sixth copy gratis. ADVvRTISEMEyTS conspicuously inserted at 02J cents per square, for the first insertion, and 43jcentsforeachcontinuance. Advertisemen...

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. — 8 November 1838

POLITICAL. Fromthe Charleston Mercurj. CHARLESTON MUST BE REDEEMtED. Since 1789 the South has been gradu ally stripped of her direct trade, by falso and fraudulent legislation. In colonial times, when there was neith er Bank nor Bank notes, and no currency but gold and silver, our agriculture and commerce flourished more than they over have done under the combination of Gov ernment and Banking. Our exports then to England alone, equalled our exports since 1815 to all the world: and our imn ports were from 5 to 7 to 1 compared to our imports for the last 17 years. In 1705, the exports were to the popula tion $15 a head, and the imports were $12 B3 a head. In 1830, when the Bank connexion was in full force, the imports were only $1 S1 a head, and the exports $13 11 a head. From 1815 commenced the injustice to the South, the first cause of which was, the alliance of Government with Hanks. Specie was equally difficult to obtain North and South, but Bank facilities easier to got at thu N...

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. — 8 November 1838

D~e R~betIsew. EDGEFIELD C. H.' TUSDAY. NovatzEa 8, 1838. TO' OUR PATRONS. We must again dun our good friends. The operations of a Printing Office cannot be conducted without Money, and we are desirous to impress this important truth upon such of our readers as are forgetful of it. Many of our Subscribers are in arrears to us, and we earnestly solicit them to liqui date their accounts. We would suggest to those who are disposed to comply with our request, that the Extra Court which will sit at this place od the 3rd Monday of this month, will afford a fine opportunity. Come up like men, or give your neighbors who design attending, a Power of Attorney, to execute your business for you. In consequence of ill health, Adjutant and Inspector General Jones has ieturned from his military tour, to his residence in this place. BUer lite than never.-The Hon. F. H. E'l more's Speeh.-We publish to-day some ex tracts from the speech of Col. Elmore. deliver ed at the Columbia dinner, as some of ou...

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. — 8 November 1838

Vittte 9Jfos. THE INTEMPERATE. BY JAMES OTIS ROCKWELL. Pray, Mr. Dramdrinker. how do you do? What in perdition's the-mattter with you? how did you come try that bruise on the head? Why are your.eyes so infernally red? Why do you mutter that intidel hymn? Why do you tremble in every limb? Who has done this?-let the reason beshown, And let the otrenler be pelted with atone!' And the Dramdrinker said-'It'you listen to me, You shall Iheur what you bear, and shall see whatyou see. Ihad a father-the grave is his bed; 1 had a mother-she sleeps with the dead, Freely I wept when they lett ene alone, But t shed all my tears on their grave and their stone; I planted a willow-I planted a yew, And leftthem to sleep tll the last trumpet blew! Fortune was mine, and Imunoaited her car Pleasure from virtue had beckoned uen tar: Onward I went, like on avalanche down, And the suhine of fortune was changed to a frown Fortune was gone, I took to my side A young, and a lovely. and beautiful bride! Her I ...

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. — 15 November 1838

/9I LA BO *BE Edtr ... . and! if it must fall we rujiis oma nndst thecnuffs:'. VOLEJ'BII; 3. .~'" UDG 14- 91-1 r . 1n (4 ,k, r L 'y4V 0yY01./Tha, "w The I'dIghlield Advrtiser, EVi:RY 'riIURsU 1 A MNI TEIlL1 T."liareo i)ollrr per am'aml'l' if paid in advmance'. -Th'ree ill s ltm iad jl'il'y ('etais if pamid befo~re thme exp;)alitlt o tint~ x atl aims troth the 'late ot' .imihcrimtiona.-mtd ."our D~ofllrs it' 11,not Paiud within Six i anthim. .'umlneriin'r4out of the Statte areb rm'almire) ft pity ilam uuranm'i. ", No xubsetriptiont r'ceiv'ed Iomr less~ tanm our , and no palper di~comtiiedla titil ill :arreimrmmgea are !pidit. excep(t ati the topjitioni ofi lie tEdtitor. All suaahcri atain',t will the conmtinumedunless oth',rwise ordure-.( ait th~e end of'-the year. Atly person piaacmr..tE live . tThscribrr i-A. biet imnib r'4spmmsihe fu~r the imaae. shal eciv ihe sixt.. copy' gratis. Ammv ":fIra':- KNT'4 titt' pitlitilV ia; t'rtedt lit C-O2.1 emitts pe'r sititm'e. for tilt, first iis...

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. — 15 November 1838

Y". 'et ., t ady,-adq t . . . tbaughtsin thi , r '* lid= brtancacbare vgbt, art~ vsd re gianedi be'i ol ihv4~sletowr s , haY I>ii ttetrfd:toj -,V'inSwil orinodf 'wilh lsy t tp c&p. * zeIwo i U'14ertbnona M~onday or the, eai~~ week. -- 'Thra sch~ool re~rn ia-provided wj;hiire ptlan's and irult to make itcolnatable i winter. ati tip, hours otintarnctio*lrs the satii~in that sea. ' o01145 111 tb." ainuier. oih:/t th nd antn s s Ibr sitd i. ltvr Will be~ t1jl *tho5e3 in, the suntwtae.'.~ "Pie inlah 1 the- olid I3rnnelaes aid Music Qua 'same the nett yt'ar its thi ti. _For: bru%% ins h d Pa'nusag .8 per r lwarr. i of Nr .e.ao f 6; aymeieltqu rl i OaNwfs ,4. ' i 11 1 a8 1,frr' t;hn l Ctw# eekl 1 's 4 : or !' culls K 7 " s t P lal i'jh4 .; ire fully ih ., itttr"t $nf bstr ci a ri+ >an i: ?.: p l e. enerH1iy., " ' 'h Pir: k^Pmbrntes h rA r' a id Cebek r", i l' r i4 tell:: :Alts ' f1jA'g' ";1 ryit , ,tlt!. 'will , f f11 r" ' 1 1i%'terpi '' tjr C 4t?s!ti' t rtt l " "fit'' 4ue ;t6 : ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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