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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 10 January 1839

"We will. cling to the pillars ' uple of our. leties, 1.LABORDE, Editor. .4beirties,~p EEK r. and iWit must fall we wil tp" i1* st the ruPUinsE.WEE LY EDGIFIELD C. U. M.f. lot in39 . - L 0.49. * lpe Edgeiejd Advertiver, I PUIL8 EVERIY.TIUItSL.)%YrblOtt%JN(l~. TV6i A.'--'t1 ee '"ilars per annuom-If paid in advance. -Three--ollars and Fifty Cents if paif feore -the ez#ijYtidn.of Six %lonthe l1roin - tthiA.dote of.3iubscciplion.-and Four Dollars if nqt paid within Six Minths. Subscribersout of the State are,rgquiudto pay in advance. 'o aiibscriptio.received for less than one year. agid no paper discontinued ntatil all arrearages a epaid, except at the.option of the Editor. All subscriptios, will be continued unless otherwise'orlered,*t the end of the year. Aty. person procuring five Subscribers and behomitg responsible for the same. shall receive the sixth copy gratis. - --ADva-ruzn':rs conspicuously inserted at 6.1 cents per square, for the first imnsertion. and 43' cents for each con...

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. — 10 January 1839

'~ .I~w '9" oildgress OF THE CARitI R OF TIL son his annual course bus roan, Another now cones blithely on; The Carrier boy. with wish sincere, Would bid a happy, happ'v year To all lil patrons. old und young. n! strain that msay he sul "ung. Ne oft have trudged thr (I sleet, That you shonld have . sheet, Wherein the news from Car ar, You might receive throughout the year; From Southern climes, and Eastern satnds, From Northern shores, and Western lands. Wind patrons, then, defer not hope, Bua cheer our droopin: spirits up; Our hosom fill with rapturous glee, y a generous New-Year'N fee: With lighter heart. mnd blithesome soul, - We'll serve you ne the seasons roll. We have ever faithful heen, To portray the varying scene, Of public weal and public wo, How either party stand or go, We have praised where praiqe was due. And censured, though reluctant, too. Otir country's honor anti her peace, We will endeavor to increa-,e, And strive with firm and honest zen, T' enhionce her fame and...

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. — 10 January 1839

low OF THE CARRIt R OF TIE T stn his annual cour-e has run, Another now comes blithely on; The Carrier boy. with wish sincere, W.ould bid a happy, happy year TO all his patrons. old and young. l'!l strains.that may le suit ung. We oft havc trudged thr d sleet, Thal you should have. sheet, Wherein the news from fCr r, You might receive throuahout the year; From Southern climes, and Eastern Hands, From Northern shores, and Western lands. - :ind patrons, then, defer not hope, But cheer our droopina spirits up; Our bosom fill with rapturous glee, y a generous New-Year'q fee: With lighter heart. -mnd blithesome soul, We'll serve you as the seasons roll. We have ever faithful heen, To portray the varying scene, Of public weal and public wo, How either party stind or go, We have praised where praito was due. And censured. though reluctant, too. Our country's honor and her peace. We will endeavor to increase, And strive with firm and honest zeal, T' enhance her famne antd common weal Our co...

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. — 10 January 1839

-For.Pickena District-Jseph Grisham, John l. Colhoun. William Slnan. For Anderson District-J, N. Whiiner, P Denson, C. Orr. For Greenville District-B. F. Perry. T.-P. Brockman. WilliRm.Clhoie. For SpartanbureDis4*a-J. E. Henry, ii. H. Thousson. AlCifanfler Bomar. ,For Laurens Diie-i-Thomnas Jones, James Irby. Jolin W. Simpsion. Fqr Abbeville Disrict-Thomas C. Perrilt, James Fair. B. Y. Martin. --For Newberry District-Dr. P, Moon, John.Williams; Andrew L, Lark. - Fir Edgefield Di-orict-W. Brooks, Henry, Shultz F. II. Wnrillsw. For Barnwell,District-Jnmes Paiter son, Bevrly Ro4prs, M. L. Mosery. Executive C"mittee, in purunee the 6th resolution: iIon. D. L. Wardlaw, A. Burt. John A. Calhoun, lion. Judge Earle, N. L. - Griffin. The meeting thei adjourned. EDGEFIELD C. 11 TUU SDAT. JANUARY 10. 1839. Aersqf the Legislatxre.-We will publish in or paper, all the Acts, as soon us we obtain them, which are of ;enerti importance. .hsePenssylvanit Lgislatre, by a majority of 1 vote, has recogn...

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. — 10 January 1839

JIMOROVED) PATENT ??@*1e eIANP WOOD COOKING STOVES, &c. T1 I Etnudersigneed has jnist re-ceived a Itarge supply of improved STOVES for Coal sn'd Wood, of entire new patterns, and of va rious sizes. viz: The People's Coal or Wood Cooking Stove Superior to any heretofore in use, not only on nccount of convenience. the perfect uannner in which the cooking is perforted. but also on sic count of the economy of fuel which it effects. The Patent Grecian Parlor Giate, which for beauty and economy excols all others, MEOucing greater e1'ect with less fuel. The Parlor and IIull Stove, ing heat from the bastemt to the tpper part I iugh flues into the rour corners, and through additional colenumns. The Parlor and Pipe Franklin, with plait and urn tops, for wood or coal. now ly constructed with swelled back, sunk hearth, door front, &c The Ship and Steam Roat Store, calculated to cook for 150 or 200 personq, with less fuel and greater convmenience I lhas anty other stove now in use. Also,...

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. — 17 January 1839

1YI.LAWOXIE, E ito.!6 We will cling to the pillars of the ASimpid of our liberties, and if it must fall we will parish' am idst the ruins." The Edgeld Advertiser, 38 PUBLISHMD EVERY THUIRSD %Y MORNING. TELM.-Three Dollars per annum if paid in advanice,-Three Dollars and Filly Cents if paid before the expiration of Six Nonthas roai the date of Sabscr ption.-and Four Dollars if not paid within Six Months. Subscribersouttof the State are required to pay in advance. No subscriptio riaebi#d for les than one year. and no paper discontinued i.mtil all arrearnges are paid, except at the option of the Editor. All subscriptioas will be coutinued unless otherwise ordered, at the end of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same, shall receive the sixth copy gratis. ADvIAtrTsMEIIsES conspicuously inserted at 62J Cents per square, for the first itinsertion. and 431 cents or each cotitinuance. Aivertisements not having the number of insertioi marked on t...

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. — 17 January 1839

Domestet News. CONGRESSIONAL. -, OF REPRESENTATIVES. W Aa1 NUToo, Jan. 2. -Mr. Cushman askVd leave of the House to make a statement in reference to the Secretary of the Treasury. Objection being mtade, Mr. C. moved a suspension of the rules, assiuring the - House that he would not)y two min otes. The Rules wer ded-aves 114, noes 38. -Mr. C. expresse owedgments to the tiouse, and sa uld not trem. pass upon its patience .., ng as it had taken to decide the question. All he wished to say was this: that on Monday a resolution was offered by a gentleman rrom Virginia. [Mr. Wise,] proposing to raise a select committee to investigate the couduct of the Secretar) of the Treasury, and to inquire whether they can find suffi cient evidence upon which to foitind arti eles of impeachment against him; and this committee was proposed to be chosen by ballot. Mr. C. at the time objected to the consideration of the .resolution. not be cause he was opposed to investigation far from itl and he kuew at ...

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. — 17 January 1839

spike-4oum, and the vessels comnea c*d-4bowig bombs into the barracks to .dislodge the troops. It is also true that Santa Anna drove the French into their beats, and he received a severe wound in the engagement.and has since had his leg -, amputated. General-Arista is a prisouer of the French. TiXAs.-Memucenn Hunt is appointed Secretary bf the Navy: Richaid G. Dun lap secretary or the Treasury; Charles Wetrous, Attorney General; T. J. Rusk, Chief Justice. A man in Vicksburg. Rdveroises Br money to -loan on uniencumhere4 tate. If we had un-encumbered tate we should hold on to it rathe .. encumber ourselves with Brandon money. Picayune. - Never- Satisfied.-An acquaintance of ours was grumling at the Banks yester day, and spoke of bringing an action a ganst them for paying specie.ot the gmutnd that it ware out his pockets.-Picayune. MARRIED At the Female ls.titute. isn Tuscaloosa. Ala. by the Rev. Wi. H. Williams, Mr. Satnuel McKee Staford. Professor in the University of Alabama, to Mi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 17 January 1839

.DWO Jub 5agpIPPU s1b M.r4gsVasa( FILLs, Are qfered to the puic as a certau ami efectual . remedyforfevers of every description. AM of opinion that all evers are a unity of disease from the mildest intermittent up to t e highest grade of ellow fever, and that the different denominations of* 4evers, are :imple owing to some particami.r stateo o tie atmosphere rto some peculiar conlition of the system; und with slight variations, touchm as I have mimade, thy treatmenit mhold h the same. 1 ml ailso oflopin idn that !his nmimst be tihe prevailing tIml of the day, or how is it that physicia fevers Iroughout with Calowel an deple tives. Description and treatmen viz:-1st. Iternmiftent or Ague and Fe. Bilious Ferer. :Mly. Typhus or Nervo , anid ill other fbvers by whatever namuT, mey tay be called. 11t. Of latermittent or Fecrer and Agme. I ebusider all fevers of ani intermittent character which cool oif' once in twenty-fourhoirs, wheth or preceded by a chill or not; or whether tle fever an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 24 January 1839

"We will cling to the pillars. 0 temple of oir liberties, iWe _WiH. amiidst the ruins." vo mE . 3 f ans.3 C. .U. aso ary 94, 3as. NO. 41. The Edgeleld Adve" 19 PUSRLINHKV EVERY THURSD 4Y MORNIN . TtiMS.-Three Dollars per annum ifpaid an pdvance.-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if Cd before the eitoiration of Six Ilnths from date of Subscription.-and Voqy Dollars if am paid within Six Months. Subscrbersoutof the State are required to pay in advance. No subecription received for less than one year. and no paper discontinued utatil all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. All subcriptions will be continued unless otherwise ordereA, at the end of the year. Any. person procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same. shall receive the sixth copy pis. ADVaRTISnNTS conspicuously inserted at 6o2cents per square, for the first insertion. and centfor each continuance. Advertisements not having the number ofinsertio,s marked on them, will be continued until 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. — 24 January 1839

Domestic News. ___ PS.5INA L.. WA9di'eiO1, Jan. 8. biy observane. of the 8th of Janu is-the parade of soine Irish eWe -There were no public dinneis e fetes, on the occasion, as there were when Ge. Jackson was in favor, and when office-holders and office-seekers vied with each other in devising neans of fat. tering the great source of emolument and gNudtain of1-iqor. Mr. Boyle. a very old and respectable officer or the GovernnAen, and for many years Chief Clerk of the NavyDepartment, has been dismissed from offic r Utriking pasned midshipman Walsh, 'Uis office. It is probable that Mr. W ay have offered some provoca no tng could justify a blow. Mr. B I rishman, and has many, friends here. In the Senate, to day, the graduation land bill was discussed by Messrs. Clay of Alabama, and Young of Illinois, both of whom were in favor of the bill, andi by Mr. Crittenden, who is opposed to the measure, and to any discrimination, in favor of the people of the new States. Mr. Young de elared that...

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. — 24 January 1839

nab in bii lat o has po 96 ha sptoke& vrorpi lyaganst the 4bolitidsts. Wear, pleased to see this. Keuiseky will probably in a short time, be cloiely cone'ed with us by the great Rail Road, and it is impor tant that a good understanAing should exist et6weenuer, and us,- on the subject ofo4r -pecutiatimstitutoos. We cordially extend the handf-freiniAip, to her distinguised men, who stand up for the South, on the vita questiou of slavery. Georgia Sub-Treasry Repiutions. kortly after. the Cuongressiobaf election i Georgia, the Bak Papers, oue..an , claimed the State. They proclaime ir triumph all over the country.. Th . ore told not to crow so loudly. e%Avwere told that they had gained no victor iv' . They did not believe it. What have they said since the Georgia Legislature has passed such decisive Sub-Treasury reso 6itionst They have said iothing at all. Wm. C. Rives, the Little Expunger, has abandoned the command of the little band of Conservatives, and gone over to the grand arm...

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. — 24 January 1839

ML d1 tockboludis it tne A-'1lvi.s, it ducit natti anRhesto itah ftaendUmpny are leaeby notAfied, that under a tesoautiun of the Board oi 0irectorm, s Anstaiment-of riv e Dollars on eacb shale an tst Compuay, is here by called Apr to be paid onior before the lt day ofMarcil next. '1,ayments will be made ito the douth West- ru taii Aiad Axna4k ol'this City or into any incorporated Batik of good credit in the dtatesof'Noru and 3outh Carolina, leimnes ,ee or Kentucky, or to the Coummisaiouers w ho way be aippointed to receive the satne. The ait Moad iank will be ready to recaive such piaywents on and aler the lst el ny, and w il continue to do so until 2o cb.cMP. Mal. 01. the list of March next, w hen te. wail be finally closed. Perisos who hav, eiveed cernticates ol stock inI ltal nH4 hiile iaank, will then receive the satie, utit vo leave already received their certifica present theim in order that the receipt imaty be endorsed thereon. As this listaamejot is valled for ex pressly lb...

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. — 31 January 1839

- - r "We will cling to the pillars of and if it must falllwe will pe 20u~e WO'UW ,IU]D . . (s. a. The EdgeReld Advertiser, EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. TEAMS.-Three Dollars per annum If paid vn advance,-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if 'A befdre the expiration of Sis Months from Ce date of Subscription.-and Four Dollars if nt paidwithin Six MontiS. Oubecribersoutof the State*arerequired to pay in advance. No.exib"gription receiyed for less than one gear, and no paer discontinued u.atil all arrearages id, except at the option of the Editor. I subsriptions will bp continued unless 4hewiseW*ley4, at the end of the year. Any.person procuring fire Subscribers and becomig responsible for the same. shall receive the sixthcopy gratis. - Avz sXsXaS conspicuously insertqd at ftcenis per jsquare, for'the first insertion. and 41% cents for each continuance. Advertisements nQt having .the autnbr of insertiont marked on them, will e coniXaned until ordered out, and charge'a accordingly. All Advertise...

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. — 31 January 1839

"We will cling to the pillars of the and if it must fall we will peri th uins.Pg V V - V@LUJ1YIR13 ED =EWI=,U e. U. <S. C. as, lasse. __.'_9. The E dgeteld Advertiser, is ruBLISH D EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. TEflS.-Three Dollars per annum ifpaid an advance.-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid before the expiration of Six Months from e date of Subacr tio.-and Four Dollars if mot paid. within Six onths. Subscribers outof the State are required to pay in advance. No.subaqription received for less than one year, and no paper discontinued u.atil all ararages 6o paid, except at the option of the Editor. All subsCriptioms will be continued unless ftherwiserler.d, at the end of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same. shall receive the sixth.copy gratis. AovZa-TsxZmaXrs conspicuously inserted at 62 cents per square, for 'the first insertion. and 48 cents for each continuance. Advertisements not having the number of insertiois marked on them, w...

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. — 31 January 1839

* Disaestc'*1W1.4 CONG*SSIO*AL. From tU la caspendence qf the Charlesten Cour. --WAsaNoToN, Jan. I . h Womsiho.,bill.-was-agai under distassion in the Senate to-day. Hither to, the bruntof the debate has been borte by Mr.Clap, of Kentucky, es the cham a of the old States; but, to-day; Mr. Preston caffie-to his support, in a most a ble and effective style. Mr. Preston op posed the entire principi add policy of tlhe sneasure, as unjust an ~ rious to the old States, and espJi je States of Virginia and the , ns,uanias a viola tion of the acts o 4 - and oftthe Con stittition. d enswer -ti. e argument that all nations had favored *policy of colo nization, he maintained that the Federal Government had no right to c0ouize the people of South-Carolina upon the lands belonging in part, to South-Carolina, nor to reduce or force her people to emigrate to the new'States-for it amounted to force, when the policy of the Government was to withhold troin the State her proper portion of the public do...

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. — 31 January 1839

AIr. 84 ckingham.-This groat Oriental travellper is'lecttring.inCharlestot. The Courierkpives a long and poedist account of him. He isiepresented,ai highly im p sive, and eloquent. His descriptions of P t i, and ,!he countries which ie visi , ars sald'to'lie very graphic and pic, ne. H be p -eses the power of holtdjg his adience spell-bound, by the richness if his imagery, and the general beauty of his diction. . Cheee.-A Cheese, weithing 700 made at the dairy or Col. Meach em, r ra : oqunt, N. Y.. was pre seited to MF. Van A'uren.' He gave it to the Washington " Female Benevolent So' ciety," to be sold for the benefit of the poor. Kentucky Legislature.-The resolutions upon the subject of abolition, which first passed the Senate, have been adopted by the House of Representatives. One of the provisions of the resolutions, is, that two Commissioners shall be ap pointed by a joint vote of the two Houses of the Legislature, to proceed to Ohio, lay before the Legislature of that State, t...

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. — 31 January 1839

AM. 600W"p - Mr. ack-inghaot.-This great Oriental travepler is'lecttrin& in.Cb3rleston. The Courier,gives a long and poeical account or him. He is' epreseated as highly im p uve, and eloquent. His descriptions of P ine, and ,tili countries which he visid, are-,s'aid tb lie' very graphic and picet e. 11. poAses the power of holdPg his audience spell-bound, by the richness cif his imagery, and the goneral beauty of his diction. Cheee.-A Cheese, welthing 700 ade at the dairy of Col. Meach em, o ran qu t q , N. Y. was pre sented to Mr Van 'uren.' He'gave it t,o the Washington I Female Benevolent So ciety," to be sold for the benefit of the poor. Kentucky Legislature.-The resolutions upon the subject of abolition, which first passed the Senate, have been adopted by the House of Representatives. One of the provisions of the resolutions, is, that two Commissioners shall be ap pointed by a joint vote of the two Houses of the Legislature, to proceed to Ohio, lay before the Legislature of...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 31 January 1839

0 S M,1a 95 be juj,s, BY VirtUte of suudry write of Miei Facias. to tii diretted, will be sold at 1Edgefield U ki On tt.e first Monday and Tue*day in February peat, the following prnperty, vim: C. J. Glover, vs William Berry. defendant's Iaterestiu his father's land. Williat B. Dorn, vs Edmund Atchison, the tract of land where defendant lives. Levi Wealke'ngton, vs Philip H. Mantzand 0. J Glover,1% tract of land belonging to '. H. Mat, containing six hundred and fourteen acres, more or less, adjoining Levi Weather ingtot, Geore Stellhle, John Briskie & others. Bland,Unti& Co.. vs Henry Huf5man,seu. Other Plaintiffe, severally, vs the Same, the tract of land where defendant lives. William B. Dorn, vs James Carroll, part of a tact of land lying in Edgetield Distrct. con taining fifteen acres, more or less, adjoining James Morris, William U. iorn and others. Luther Roll, vs R C. es. H. L. Hoed toy, ve the Same, two h James F. Ad or tor. vs John W. Monday and P- . ; one mn Charl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 7 February 1839

-We will cling to the pillars of the temple of our liberties, - - PIERR F ggE itor. -i F. IUIO Pbik and if it must fall we will perish amidst the ruins. VOLUJ - - ~ The EdgefAel dAdvatUS C EVERY THURSD&!MORNING paidi~llI~~ before -.the date ofSub For D .oip aid within 12 ths. SI dhe ntttn are re e-iraarag e * e t it th op o6ee , at the en of the e ctemt opyigpte- nerh-. ast ntnuan er Adku aecoi-dingly. -.3 AvIrtsieenhs intene for bCtU iar,mustbe depouited in h 2 . c oeaddressed tofE~fr 'Aort wl: ill be promptly atd rict dia to. - - - LILA U@TE Ia IA RG, OUT,!-CAROL% 1 roe an d th ab e t eo r thsHotel 12as underO3trugraid rivhe iow prd forrec ,mnmolltiOof. V gla - He woultdbgerve, fte h himwith acall~halndS be upd comfortably protided r .His u plied witalnl the suitant l' ise ** _' AngVtogether with ey ymidstt G'hat hemarke sof .4juu t - BaniVrg3 Mfrwt thuerofiian -a .t echoicest ki . With the confident asauanceof nHi~a - stisfsetion, he solicits hi* old fldi5 te ,tabie'in genera...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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