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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 8 July 1841

0a Tuesday last, aman came to ihis plae, travelling on foot, arad was immedi atuly suspected of beins the person adver tised ns an impoostor. in the Temperance Advocate uf July 1st. Ile answered to the decripstion given in the Advocate in every particular. When here he was dressed in a bolack trrvck coat, velvet collar. black satin vest spoued with white, black pantaloons, white anockings. pumps with steel clasps, rutled shirt, -satin stuck with long ties, and wore iglht greeo specacles. He has a dark complexion, eyes and hair, pronineut forehead, hiii nose reverse of Roman. and rather aharp pointed. lie proressel in he an isnrli-ltan,n ithout the riabts of priimngenii tire; lie sayos he is a lecturer on morals, professes to teach the natural sciences. &c. This man was in the uei::hhorhond of Phillippi. about 10 moiles distant, preached t Wre. and denied is as thi. plice, two days after in a grog %hoplo; lie also had a schoil in Phillippi. and was driven off by the state went in...

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 July 1841

PLANTIEWKS HIOTE L. (FORMERLY KNOIWN AS GL.OVEkS.) IN EDGEFIEL.D VILLAGE. T IIE SURSCRilIER having pucsedaa'd . the above eltablislauent, aid hee1 tt 1aCI expense ink flttia it up for the accotumodaatiZon or Familics, an-1 tranaient Boarders; would now call public attenationa to it. 116 llotel is now,-and sarious, situate near tho CourtLlousse. in a very ary sitwation, anad his Table he flatters haimsell will heara compwar ison, with any oaes fousnd inl :tn inland towin. For health, the villiage is nolituoio: sad lII halo' nado such arrattgema' .a.. he -ax a enti.lentl will give statisaction to 1familioa iati :aavipay him a visit diurisg the Snsoner *easn OnI village is s'urruuded iby nauzmer'nts Sa Pnl5 of , excellent water. I1is Stablesaare under the ,.npermtilendace (if 1, a Careful liosatler. ai Iae lar:e andairy. -KrCAu Akr. A.' kafl-OWS: Regular lloarders. per smoanthl. -41) 00 Children anal servants hall price, Day Boarders, 1 4 Ihorse per mnthil, 1'd ' " per day, 7. 5 GOOD)M...

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 July 1841

" We will cling io the Pillars of &he Temple of our Liberties, and if it OSI fall, we will Perish amidst the Rains." VOLUME VI. .pel Court ounse, S. C., 311 i5, 1S41. EDGEFIELD ADVERTIS~ER BT W. F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. -T ER31 S. Three Dollari per annum. if paid in aeivance.--Tiree Dolnrs anid Fifty Cents if not paid hefore the expiration. of Six Months freso the date of Stilhetc'iption mal Fser Diullarsi i nol paidi within t welve Moanths. Sealcriberoit of tie State are required to pa-, in advance. Nit -sahiceription received tor less thnn one year, nod n) paper discontinued until ali a ~rreara-ge are p:ticl. except at hie (ap tion of the Publishe'r. .ll . m ii riptiolnI will le coiioued unl less otherwise ordered iefure the expra tion of tle year. Any perton proctorin. live SubscrhLers. .1tn4 Ircolli ng re,eoiible (ar the iuoi, ball receive the .ixih coply grateis. .4derrtisemients compn.nl iwrted at i21 ceint per list---re. (1 iie. ter for the irt ieeictrtiin. ainl -1: e-,. l...

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 July 1841

UC8E Tessiwaiisal. Correspondewcs of the Charlaten Mercury. WAshts.-rors, June 30, 1841. In the Senate this morning, after the presentation of petitions, the resolution calling for the names of persons removed from offlee since the 4th of March last, was taken up, and Mr. Mangum remarked that it was only a waste of time to farther diseuss the motion moved to lay it on the table. Mr. Pierce appealed to the Sena tor to withdraw the motion, as he wished to offer some remarks on the resolution. Mr. Mangum ofred to do so, iftMr. Pierce would make no promise to do an act which would prevent bis friends from debating the resolutior. Mr. Preston then in a few eloquent remarks appealed to 'Mlr. Man gum to withdraw his motion, and express ed his disapprobation of this mode of cho king of discussion. H,3 said the proper course would be to debate the question, and the friends of the administration could justify all the removals that had been made. Mr. Benton informed the gentleman that their fo...

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. — 15 July 1841

'I'nluaso.T, JU- 15, - -r th Charcaton Election for Clerk.-31ajor Laval, the next highest candidate to Da niel Iloribeck, Esq., has entered a protest against the election of the latter,and a meet ing of the Managers was called for Mon day last the 12th inst., to decide on the va lidity of (he protest. c The Richmond papers states that Judge It Henry St. George Tucker, the President gi of the Court of Appeals of Virginia, has! been appointed Professor of Law at the t. University. of Virginia. Cotton.-The Columbia Chronicle of the 7th inst., says, this article has ceased to a, come into market, and, as far as Colum- w bia is concerned, the market may be con- i sidercd closed, until the new crop be gins Si to come in. Netv Cotton.-We yesterday, says the nuBaah Georgian of the 7th inst. exam- R ined a bale of Cotton of the new crop, in the possessi'u of M1r. John Bloston, from the plautation of 31r. James 0. Goldwire, in Lowndes county, in this State. It is of oi a beautiful texture, re...

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. — 15 July 1841

Read Quarters, c CLAItsDUoS. Juan 4. 1841. Orders. No. -) S much of the orders orthe 4th ist.. as re. U lates to the 36th Regiment. orded for re view on the 1fta o(August nextis harclby coun. terwanded. Tae 33th Regiment will parade for review a and drill. at Tin'nnas old field. on Saturday. f the 71i of August next. The commissioned and 1 non-commistinaol officers will assemble on the s day previnus, for drill and instructian. By order of the Comansader-in Chief. J. W . CANTEY. Adgt and Inspt. Genl. July I A. Read Quarters, CoLUXMLA, :4nd Mlarch. 183. Otxtais No. 6S. To Col. BEAuroar T. WATTS. Quarter Mas er G.aeral. SI&: -You will proceed to wll the Arteial and iagazine lots in Abbeville.in atrau auce ot a rosolihtion ot' the last Legisliature of this State. on a credit utnd thr ]: of October next. takia4 bond and tutliclenst surety for tihe paynent of the purchase money. and relport the result of suca sale to Hits Lxc.lleucy the Governor. By order of the Comaininader-in-Chief...

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. — 22 July 1841

_1 1 We wil cling to the Pillarx of the Temple of our Liberies, nr muss fal!, we will Perish amielt the Ruins. VOLUME VI. c& C ou-t 11o( sp S 311 ~2, ISB . EDGEFIELD ADVERTISEl By V . .H'R I:. Pi'ul'1ilE~Tult -V T I .1 S. l'oiree Doltrs per annum. if paid i .zde:airt -I'lrece Dollars aid Fifty Cen if not paid befoere the expiration iof Si 3louths ifrom the late of Stuhcription :tiud Four Dollars if not paid withinfwelv Monih%. Subhcribers ont of the State ar required to pay in advance. No sabecription received for less th: one year. and no paper discontinited unt all arrearazes are paid. except at the oI l ion of the Publisher. All ubscriptiou. will be co Intned tn !rs otlherwise ordered before the expira !ion of the vear. Anyv pers.on procturiig ive Silscrilier 1andl beconing responsihle for the sanet. shall receive the .ixth copy rats. .1drertisertrnts conspictuou-y inwrilre a 624 cent, per square, (12 lim-s. or les. for the tirst bsertion, tnawl Et.i c.-. 11ar eand conltinnan...

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. — 22 July 1841

"0We will cling to the Pillars of the Temaple or our Liberties, it must fall, We Will Peri'h snmi't: the Itninm. VOLUME VI. tlX enA'UX I hurt Rouse, S. , JuX 2Z, 18 M.. EDGEFIELD ADVERIITSEIt .X -'. 0i1:iusE'. PIMPiP'TOR. TE RM.11 S. lriree Dollars per annum. if paid ill tdrgn-ThreC 1)ollars and l'ifty Cetnt if not paid before tho expirationi of Si Mouths from the date of Suh'seription and Four Dollars if not paid witin iwelve Months. Sublscriber ont of the State are required it pay in adrance. No subhscription received for le-ts than one year. and no paper discnntinued utitil all arrearaes are paid. except at the opo ion of' lhe Publisher. All subscriptious will he continued till less olherwise ordered before the expira riot of the year. Any per-son procuring ive Subhscrilhers lal b'ecotling responisible ftor the snw:e. -hall receive the sixth copy g'raits. AIdrertisements conspicton-,\y insrtel :it 624 cent.; per square, (12 lines. or for the first imertiott, amlI -:, 1. tier e:'e...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 22 July 1841

Conssgress as correspadmc ofe e caCeutoa MerCrY. WasnMe'roN, July 7. In the Senate to day a communication was received from Mr. Hauler announ cing the completion of the series of stand ard weights, which were ordered by Con gress some years since. The resolution respecting removals from office was deba ted by Mr. Lina. his remarks consisting almost entirely of extracts from speeches by Henry Clay in opposition io removals from office. and some of them denying the constitutional power of the Executive to make such removals. The Bank bill was then taken up. and Mr. Buchanan occupied she door for upwards of two hours in a most able and eloquent Speech in opposi tion to the measure. He analyzed with much minuteness the report of the select Committee in its favor, and exposed the uiter inefficiency of the restrictive provi sions to prevent a repetition of the abuses ~prpetrated by the late institution. Ino the course of his remarks he commented freely on the evils likely to grow out of t...

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. — 22 July 1841

r,. Edia.- i ~a ilt:s'c puibiaL mie enicloed correnspos:dtwi. Very re-pec:a2.your obdt. serv'L .0L:S T. WIGFALL. July 20O, 1-41. l:tcFtr.i, March 5, 1i4l. sir:-llaving casually and unexpecedly lamerd yesterday, that you intend soon to change your present relations to s-ociety, I feel that it is due io all parties concerned. that I -h-.mid at once advise you of the fact. that I do not consi der all the matters connected with our late difli culties entirely settled, and that I shall take the carliest opportunity practicable. to vindicate Isyself. I am o v ituated tIh.-&- at would be neither pru dent nor proper to he nore explicit, at thii tisme. A derire to avoid additional embarrasament, to both of us. induces mse to make this couinitiicI tion. Your oledient servant. LOUIS T. WIGFALL. Mr. P. S. Bnooxa. Sir:-Ins pusuance of tihe de-termination indicated to you. in iny note of time 5th of 3arca last, 1 now addrc.s you. with a siew to a finial settlenent of our late diliculties. I r...

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. — 22 July 1841

List o@ Letters. R EMAINING in the Post Office at Edge field Court House, S. U., on the lot of July 1641. 07 Persons enquiring for advertised letters will please mention it. A B C Addison, Mrs. Mitilda Buslee, Juhn( Booth, Julius Christian J. B. Beshell, James N. Coburn, V. D. Bowers, Miss Julina Co tan, R. Benson. Mr. J. F. Claybrooks. E. W. e Bird, Eldred N. Crow, Esq.. John A. 0 Brunson. William Crawford, James D. a Bailey. Mr. Cockburnt, D. 11. Busley, John 11 D E r h Dunn, Wm. V. ElwelL Mr. Don, James Farrow. Mrs. Va.shti Deloach.Miss Sarah A. Fox, Edmund Daniel, Win. G 11 1 Garrett, T. L. Iludson. V, B. Grey, J. T. Ilendrick, David Gillkspie, Col. G. L Ilint, David Gardner, Samuel llollingworth. D. F. 4 Hardin, W. C. Ilarvey. Thomas Harbs. Mr. Jones, Mrs. Martha A. Hall, 51r. Marion Johnson, Ifonl. David Hall, Benjamin Jessnings. David Hall, Mrs. Silithe Jones, Jhn Huffnan. senr.. Dr. I.Jones, Dabney Hatcher, Miss Mary K L [ Kirkse, F. P. H. Matthews & Uodcs, Landrim. Dr. ...

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. — 29 July 1841

IT " M ~ cling to the Pillar of She Tesnple of our Lierasic, and I aus: fall, we Iill Periah nanidag the Ruina. VOLUME~ V1. Edgetiw Court ou se, S. 8 EDGEIELD .DVERTISER tlY W. F. DUIsSM:, PROPRIETOR. T 'E .U S . Three Dolslars per annum, if paid in adra(nce-Turee Dollars and Fify Cents if not paid befoire the expiration of Six mionth.' frmn :h e date of S uhscription and Four D nloar t if not paid within twelve M3it h'. Sub-.eribers out of the State are reuluired to pay in adeance. N. sibicription receivedi for less than one year, anl ni palper discontinued until all irrcara::e_; are paid. cxcept at the op tion of the l'!hli~her. All sulberijtionsO. will lie contined un less otherwise urdered befure the expira tion of the year. Any perlloni procurin:; five Stiiscribers aill bee :nin;:: re,ponsiblc fir the .,e, shall receive the sixbt copy rais. .-idr-rIisenten:s conspir oi,ly inserted at 621 centi per lgnqare, (12 lintes. or le..) for the first inertion, and .:i ct-. lor each conti...

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. — 29 July 1841

dence with t-e British --- u-iem, hat houl McLeod be surrendered, the difliculty watsi not obviated. It was clear that redress. I and ample redress, mist be given by the British Government, or the honor of the 1 American People be put in hazard: be . would not stay to inquire %% ho was right o.- i wrong, or whether the position taken by this Administration was exactly ihat which it ought to be. With his vote the Govern- d ment should not be disgraced. Her honor c should be maintained. And let it cost w hat i it might, foreign nations must be tanelt to, respect us. The gentlemen had intima- a ted that the fortner Administration had been dormant with regard to this outrage upon American rights: that its frienud were formerly as dumb as balaamis a but that now they ncro loud ia their d. clamation fur redress. lie thotight the gentlemen had done the late Adminitra tion injustice. In his opinion, our foreign relations, during that Adiniistraton, were never managed with inore di~tity nud ...

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. — 29 July 1841

yery .t. a; I . whether'""" gence of t'. ..nt1m rr or theW 'nwtr: eor.v are int pr eef! to say: we have bee-nt receo''emn the Greenm id-! .1Iantaincecrund l'end-tion ts s:nger. w-h otight 1to atrive here direct. b Suniday' 3d, in the ThurAdmy abler A Y nay fel Auutita. W are' an- xioi it:t tho-e wi e duly it i to regin'-e the miai. inth ..,e -N tin. %would jiminire Wino the ei:tises 4-f tlee',' f idhre. asthov efity-;n n~r~ in e: ui W e :ieid Ir..m the* fI! a : thit nor nei:h hosur oftelti l l ir: _.ent'e ti r a :r : 1:;,., of CMOpint a.iten-t n oi a0n:, or' the I-..r o li~e delriee-nth sin'~~t'I!ii tWe rpi ciu orien d, toret.! tImW fi! low it::extract of a leti-r. dalht PI ere liWit, S. C. Jty. I d: K11. and rece.iv ed 1bV us on te'jih i!' a:. --f.EJd*!r.-Tii i-, t,,nfr vn t.t 1 want my pe'.b the .i dineC lin-' 'rin'I ":t M In t t>p e' ill 'u 1 id ll"L, I have rcetivced btt the plitfl am o t two piaplr'. sinc the th,( of f .I t: ii a V t.*r silbl iers !'ine th e sai e w%;yv I hi...

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. — 29 July 1841

Sierfrs9 Sales. BY Virtue of sundry writs of Ficri Facias. I shall proceed to sell at Edgefield Court House, ont the first Maon day and Tuesday in August next, the ful lowing property viz: Glover F. Green vs. John A aderson, 100 acres of land, more or less. adjoining Tho mas Mor& and others. Goodwin. Harrington & Co. vs. Lewel lin Deloach, one black Horse. hi. Hankinson. ex'tor. vs. John B. Bur gess, 500 acres of land, more or less, ad joining Wiley Glover and others. Steedumian & leritt vs. Isaac Attaway, two horses. James U. Rowe vs. John N. Oliver, one house and lot in the town of Hamburg, known in the plan of said town as lot No. 117, bounded by lot No. 116 on the suuth, and lot No. 118on the north. Robert Carlisle vs. Rudolph Carter, Win. M. Wilson vs. the same. J. J. Wnal ker vs. the same and Elizabeth Carter, 5000 acres of land. more or lesq, adjnioing John Bauskett. John Wise and others, the property of Rudolph Carter. S. R. Fuller vs. Elizabeth Carter, one tract...

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. — 5 August 1841

"We will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberdie, ad ist tfa, we wiJl Perish a ida Etain." VOL UUE TI. Segcpg COnxt Rouse, S. C August 5, I841. NO.27. m a r =as:- - - --- EDGEFIELD ADV~i1TIS; 1[ W. F. DURISOI', Pi1OPRll'TCR. T E R 31 S. Three Dolibirs per annm.tn if pniel in adeamiee--Three ),Il;tr- nid Fifty (e!;t if not pRid before the exiiration ol x Month s frsi tle datC of Subif criptin andi Four Dollari if not pnid withit i welve Months. StAbscriherlonit if the Start t require! to pty in amn't'a,,e. No subicript.Isn received for less th:t ome year, anil ;u) paper disconltial muiz all arreara.,; ar p:dal. excej t tile vp tion of the P itshliher. All subscriptions vIilie "tuintted ti" less otherwiie o:-dered before the expira tion ol the vear. Any perion procurin ive Subsenr antd becoming reilitblvie for the saine, shall receive the sixt h c.p,11y g-rdis. 62 centi p1r %etlitit. ( l less . s r for the first ti it, ::Ud i : t ' -.' . Ill clotiinuauce Tr",e piubbvbed a 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. — 5 August 1841

loudly called for, and the state, 1au n.'t the power. Mr. Berrien made a long speech in re ply After some explanation hetwecn Mes srs Buchanan and Berrien ; the bill pas sod. as follows-yeas 26, tnay% 23. Yea.-Messrs. Barrow. lales. Brrrien, Choate. Clay of Kentucky, Clayton,1) -I on, Evans, Henderson. iluintiltgtOn. her. Merrick, Miller,Morelhead, mouton,Phelps, Porter, Simmons, Smith or Indian. South OirdTallmadge, WalkerW hite, %Villiamsv, Woodbridgo, and Yonng-26. Nays.Messrs. Allen. Archer. Bayard, Beton. Buchanan, Calhoon, Clay of Atla bama, Cuthbert, Fulton, Grahanm, Klun,. Lian, Mcltoberts. Nicholsnn, Piorce. Pren sis, Rives. Sevier, Smith of Connlectieil. Sturgeon, Tappan, Woodburv, & Witabt:, -23. The National.Bank bill was. thei taket up. Mit. Clay opposed the amendment pro. hibiting the transfer of stock to foreigtera. The amendment was retained-ayes 26, nays 24. Mr. Clayton opposed the amendment authorising ten stockholder1s. who no:ht unite, to demand the right to ...

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. — 5 August 1841

Wesrrn Iank <f beorgia.-The - ful lowing information respecting the Rank at R!ome, we take frou tie Columbus En guirer of 21t ilt. A the instance of an individual claim ing stock in this institution, an injunction was granted a shoit time ago having the effect to close upon the bank, without even permiting a relemptiot or its notes. The officers of the bank. upon legal advice, as sumied the responsibility of disobeying the injunction until a hearing could be had for its dissolution. This hearing we under stand took place before his Honor Judge Tripj)e. at Chambers, on the 12ih ult., when the motion to dissolve was sustained, upon the ground that there was no equity iII the lill, and if there was, it was fully sworn ofT by the answer. At tho same hearing, another application for iidutcion hy,another'party, was dismissed upon cause shewn to the contrary. We learn that the i bank did not stop redeeming its liabilities pending the injunction; and being now re lieved from this legal e...

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. — 5 August 1841

Head Quarterst C.a-aiO. June 4.1841. OCres., No. -) O m-h of the orders of the 4th inst.. as re tic to dhe 36th Regiment. ordesed for re vigeadh 10drof Agust nextis hereby coun u &ded The 35th Regiment will parade for review "nd drit at Timmon's old field. ons Saturday. he 7th of August next. The commissioned aid non-eommistioned officers will assemble on the day prewious, for drill and instruction. y order of the Commander-in Chief, J. W. CAN'! EY. Adgt and Inar. Geni. July If22 Read Quarters, CLaassos,. 4th June. 141. Ong= No. - . T HE folowing Regiments will parade for review and drill, at the times nud places berin stated. viz: Th-36th Regiment at Timmon's Old Field, on Tusday, the 10th of August. The 45th Regiment at the Burnt Factory, on Thursday, the 12th of August. Jh 4st Regiment at Park's Old Field. on Saturay,. the 14th of August. TM 4hReiment at Mirs. Boyd't,. on Tues dathe 17th of August. T0the10thRegiment of Cavalry at Boyd's. on Thursdy, the 19th of August. The 3d...

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. — 12 August 1841

"We will cling to the Pla of ae Telople of our Liberties, An ;f l we iwl Peish .a he --in. VOLUME VI. SDGEFIELD AD VIRTISER9 W.. F. DURISGE, PROPRIETOR. TERMS Three Dollars per anauth, .if paid i ad e--Thri-De aa-nh Fifty Cent iru-t paidhforewaho expiration of Si: Months -from thp date of Subscription a.i? f-oq'Dditar iftjet paid.withim twelv Monthq. -'Subscriers.outof the State ar q4ired to pay in adi'ance. 89.swbscriptioa received for less tha si year, and.no paper discontinued unti al arrearages are patid, ciept at the op fion of the -Publishter. All -subscriptionfn"'ill he continued ur less otherwise ordered before the expira tion of the year. inyperson procuring five Subseribei and bepoming responsihio for the sa<i shall .eceivo..the.sixth copy gratiis. AdAtaienents conspicuously insertedr 62 eents per square, (12 lines, or less, for -the first insertion, abd43j cts. for ene continuanco. Those published montlil or quarterly will be charged $1 per squar for ea'ch insertion. A...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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