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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 25 November 1841

* g$arkemani WCeag.-Te Examin' atiot Vf the enr class closed Tuesday , me cfas* numbered ily-one, Sit both by the Facolts and -SgdNsm to be-one of the best-(it not the that bas ever left this Cil l~wh with regard to talents and mor iag is the list of Honors, as - . jid b ihe Faculty: U4...Rers, Charleston. -l. Boylston, Charlestun. 4. M..Anderson, York. 4 . McGowen, ~Lausens. 5.'E.B. Flagg, Charleston. 6. C. A.-Thornwell, Marlborough. .IJ. B. MACants, Fairfield. & ..' C. Mclntyre Robeson Co., N. C. 9. A. C. Spain, Richland, 10, ano. It. Fell, Charleston. .11.W1. Roya Charleston. 1PgThs.T Tbiti - Beaufort. - Nzw. Yot. Nov. 15. The Flour trade or the Sitme, and con wqeppdly.be Wesern currency. s in a ,uue dwelorabla.diton. and the people d1.h48 ciy have this winter to submit to high prices of Bour, with the country over .&wiag with wheat, in order to sustain the sed speculations oftbe millers, backed by -hb Rochester and other Western Banks. -High prices of food for the workin...

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 November 1841

Y-Vitue of sundry wrisofFierFa shan'prmeetd to sell at Edge beid Court House, on the first Monday and. 1isiday in.Decernber next, the folluoviag pWOPeriy. viz: - Gray & Gary vs. A. T. Hodges. Dr. Wesley C. Norwood vs..the sawc. Wil liam W.' loor, vs. the Same ; the defen Jint's interest in sixteen Negroes. viz: Josey, SaUy, Julian, Bean. Cmes.ir. Bello. Jino, Jackson. Nanny. Louisa. Edward. Dianna, Margarett, :dwin, Juncte, Sue, Joan. Ingraham & Hays vs. ZiIlia Nobles. L. Gedderinigs vs. the sane. one two horse Wagon, aud one Easy Chair. -~B. A. Wallace vs. Moses Harris, Jr. Harrington & Bryan vs. the same, one sor rel Horse. Benjamin Stevens vs. Wn. Forest. G. L. & E. Penn & Co.- vs. the satie, two Horses and one Wagon. B. F. Goue4y, T.C. vs. Henry Slailtz, one lot in the town of llarnhurg, No., l63 fronting Covington-street. and adjoining No. 164. having 50 feet from on Coving too-street. and 190 feet on Cobh-street. Richard C. Grilliu. and others. vs. R ich ar...

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. — 2 December 1841

A** -We will cling to the Pillare of he Temple of ear Liberies, U It mast full, we wilU Perisk aMidst the Rufaus. Vi; V&!iiPAW1 COuLt . .D..mb.. . 4. NOGEFIE LD ADVERTISER, W. F. DMISOE, PROPRIETOR. TERMS. 'Three Dollars per annum, it paid in edwsace-Three-D lars and Fifty Cents if not paid before the expiration of Six Koethi from the date of Subscription and Egpr Dollars if not paid within twelve Months. Subscriberoeut of the State are required to pay in advance. . So subscription received for less than oaw ear, and no paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. except at the op tion of the Publisher. ption- will be continued on lss6 1, e ordered before the expira tion of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same, shall receive the sixth.copy gratts. Advertiseress conspicuously inseried al 62j cents. per square, (12 liners, or lese,) for the first insertion, and 431 cts. for each continuance. Those published monthly. or quarterl...

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. — 2 December 1841

"svenue WeIch It to popmea to abstract, at the very MOsan when the Federal Troas& ly issad torequire to be replenished. it med seem like wantonly seeking a pre t to increase taxation. But coiidered in any point of view, it can be regirded is no other fight than that of a distribution tshe public revenue. In one year, du eing 'r m admiaistrarion, The pro eeeds the sales of ablic lands, produced a revenue of upwardof twenty millions W a maximum to which, in aoe prosperous tines, it would possibly again attain. Its may eves mow be estimated a gve millions. wbic ifaantnually withdrawn rem the Treasur'ieas that 4eceetncy at tobe so by increased duties .=n import, T t the gdvernent can asercese tbe power of tazation to raise enoe for stribution, is a principle I presume, wbhb this State is not prepared -0 admit. Under the operation of the va viemspreeption laws, aGW the (eqeat re iAmtions in the price of public lans, those .ery.States which were the largest con tributMo to the -Public...

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. — 2 December 1841

endene on the chanty and- benevolexce of dh Community. - I repet to ane..mtcanssan so you the resigna-I btio g4bh late Pesidesnt of oea College. whose qdasreof meflnes, itn that bih and dign ified aton. las been occued with such decid.-d and dist=uisid.benefu to the institution. and 1Wte state, Under hise andjudicioun con 1owl; S iterary chacter has not onl been 1wse aa eitly sustained. both in the acquire inats of the Students. and the ability of the Protessor., tout its aaorols have at the same time advanced toa state of pirity and improvement. which it m betseved has never beet surpassed. ithe espetieuce or this or any other sewinat y 'eyly regretting th- loss. as well us the cir -cunttnces which have deprived as or ii -'er vices, we may sill coldently hope that his chrter and example are so indelibly impress ed "pta the Wnstatutioti, and its succsIve g cranows of youth, that its lingering infuences will centiouc to guide and to actuute it, in the sae honorable coutze of virtu- a...

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. — 2 December 1841

rt of su*dz n -i:. of FV-r .1V Facias. I Ahnd puct-d 'o sell ut Edgefeld Court fIima. (hn the first Aen day and Tueueav in DeebAer unext, IthI folowinar propert' - Oliver Simpson v. S. Saitsimors, one bholse and lot in1 the .,.vn of auiburg. (-" cn ed by defenduat. W.H. Yeldetl vs. Beveirly Burton. J L. Atkinson. od T. J. %jiahary, six huu acre of land;more or et. adjoimluanh daof L. H. Mun. .nd others; levied ias the property of 11. urton. W. H. Yeldell vs. Mar.a: et Oailvie tan0 Tsiben Cheatham, the trct a or land when. -defendant Ogilvie lives, containiag three hundred and sixty acre.*. nore or 1s5, ad jolading J. A. Whiate, aend ao'hcr4. Akn onfe other tract known as sa. Tornnkin% tract. containing one hundred acres. rernre or leat. a4oiuing lIds.of Jeremiah deigler, anti otherS. Wim. Kilerease. ber. vs. Mar!nrt Ogilvie. the above decriled property. Commiioner in Eq.>-y v;. Leiwis lsev. Jpe thvusanJ acres vi 697"d. :morae or I[t. *guoiig lands of Tfwaio .'locr.. and Cominie,,...

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. — 9 December 1841

dce W ill Cling to &he pillars of the TeMnple ofat- Isibeties - ian we will perish amidst the Ruins., VOL UME VI. M~~them C our t 11ouse, sitbe , 8 . 5 * CDGKFILD ADVERTVISER, , 4 -- BY W. F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. T ER M S . - Three Dollars per annum. If paid ii admace-rbree Dollars and Fifty Cent if not paid before the aspiration of Six Moasha front the date of Subscription and Faur Dollas: if not paid within awelv Mouth&. Subscribersoutofthe State are re ired to pat in advasce. subscription received for less that e year, and no paper discontinued unti all arrearages are paid. except at the op. tion of the Publisher. . All subscriptions will be continued un less otherwise ordered before the expira tien of the year. .Any Peson proicurin five Subscriber and becoming responsible for the same aball receive the sixth copy grails. Adsertiarments conspicuously inserted a 24 cents per square, (12 lines, or less. for the irst insertin, and 431 cs. for earh continuance. Those publishe...

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. — 9 December 1841

Yb. premium to B. F. Taylor. isq. r-. the best pair ofLambs, a cross of Men as and Tusisian. JAnse 31. TArTLo, Chairaa. The Committee on Mules beg leave to , that they examined carefully all the exhibited, and -have awarded the premium for the best two year old Mule to Dr. Thee. T. Stark, of 'Richland; and the premium for the best three year old Xai to Dr. James B. Davi,,. of Fairield, 04. Folder. of Orang-bare, exhibited somevery Se Male Colts, tut according is the arrangement of the premium list o1 tbe Society, they could not compete ror preatuma, Joun J. MzTaS, Chairman. The Committeexn Hogs respectfully re' port, that -thy considered the morito of al submitted to their inspoction, and award he premiums. For the best Boar, to Col. Hampton, for bis Berkshire Boar. For the second best Boar, to Dr. J. W. Puker-for his *erkshire Boar. For the best Sow, to Col. Hampton, fi his Berkshire Sow. For the second best Sow, to Dr. T. T. Stark, for a Woburn Sow. For the best Pigs, under a year...

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. — 9 December 1841

orce raSrtis itun'ety-(o years ag. and they hare bpli it is all 4he Courts of Geor gia and. South Camlina, and even in the United Staies Court; and no good title yet: nowithstanding the ,3,)0W they paid in Lawyer's feesin the case, which would hive been a considerable item to. r Irdp te-delt, but they have 4huf-I ted it 10.8ad the City of Augu,4ta is now about tobear the brunt of the action. The gma is now pondiiug in the Court of Chan. orin the State of dSelt Carolina. The dnt4endleavored to remove the caie to the United States Can.t but failed in their atempt by the decision of Chancel Ier Duncan, and it now stands on record in the Chancery Court in Edgetield, where they have plead offithe trial of one term as will beiseen by the INlowing order. hENRY SHULTZ, 1 John W. Yarborougb, Trustee, and THE STATE BANK, vs kBILL FOR 'he Batk ofthe State of ACN'T, &c. Geo., The City Coun cil of Augusta. nd G. B. LMA R md n The Complainants having made and amendment of their Bill, conforma...

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. — 9 December 1841

- .~--...moss--.I hueh NasMiedgermls Rerfar. WOKE :X cIaTToN. - ctGeefoCaty, Ga. Oct. 8. 1841. Mauers. Grieve & Orme:-A.l have made same esperiments and discovery of the worm in cotton. I have board many per a0 undertake to describe how the worus were generated, but no decription teem ed to satisfy me. My arop having a great quatity of worm in It this year,1 was fre mo it nd coukd see fly resembling - X f a sifk worm. It was rather gmailer aid more yellow. One evening betwees.aoun-set and dark, followed one of bse Dies laying its eggs. Every branch of cotton where the fly made a deposit of its eggs. I gathered and put in a glass jar. fret which the worm hatched; and while very sma:l I put into a small cotton iqvart. audit opened in a short time. ~ It passed from one square to another, producine the same elrect on the cotton as those in the geld where I gathered the eggs. - These worms. after getting to a certain stage of life, leave the cotton bolls and burrow In the ground; but...

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. — 14 December 1841

a *We wHi cling to &he Pillars of the Temsple of our ]Liberties, aMW fH, we wiU Perigh &&amth Bodus." VOLUME VI. d~gofieR CoUrt UOLse,. NO.4. EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER, aT W. F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum, if paid itf adaace.-Three Dollars ad FilY Cents if not paid before the ex-piration of Six Months from the date of Subscription and Four Dollars if not paid within twelve Konths. Subscribers out of the State are required to- pay in adece. wo subscription received for less than on year. and no paper discontinued until all acrearages are paid. except at the op tioD.of the Publisher. All subscription. will be continued un less otherwise ordered befoto the expira tion of the year. Any person procuing five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same, shall-reeive the sixth copy gratis. Aidvertisements codspicuously inserted at 6%a cents per square, (12 lines, or less,) for the first insertio,, and 431 cia. for each contiuance. Those published monthl...

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. — 14 December 1841

ot those on board the missing bouts. The Sainl was unfavorable to their progress to wardsthe shore, and the principal hope i thia. some vessel has fallen in .vit* thqm. aend through the mercy of Providence tI be saved from a watery grave. death, atnd be restored to Alr d friends. ~~conressinal. CjrMpedU q'f ta Ckarksten Casn"rr. WAsHINT-roN, Dee. 5. The attendance of the members is al dy sufficiently full to warrant the ex tation that a quorum of oth flouses of jongress will be forned to-morrow, (the Otb) which is the day or meeting. It is impossible tojidge much, as yet. of +the tamper in which members have come togetber-hut a few days will develope. it. The character of the message will do much to decide the tone of the wbig party in re f.rence to the present administration. We hear that Mr. Clay, the great nod acknow ledged leader of the whig patty in Con gress, will be here. in the iiest health and spirits, and ready to sustaia. with renewed energfand seal. the origitnal princip...

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. — 14 December 1841

Tregenry, and would uot sulfur a dollar to be appropriated for this purpose.. Mr. Adanas spoke in fivorof the tneasure, andieaid [et would leapover thaegentlceian who stood at the ntisat Is, ifitbone ooesary, apd tie House thought proper to make the' approprkaon Mr. Bellin. ger also spoke'in ts iheour. and called upon the membess who were faruers to coin: to his a h. said tim Lawyers was anxious to do something for thee farming :nterest of thle comi nmunity: the fact is. thet lawyers got rather Utn Sgld, and quarrelled atmon; themtselvere ou ye terday. ai they aseetmed determined to day. to get the Farmers into a gnarrel with eacle oilier, but it would nt Jo. - We have eat too much bog and hozuony to have appropriatioit of thcat sort crammed down our Giroaas; the bait was thrown out. bat we would not bite, we isowever told them, as they were so anatous too supeport the irming interest, we would gibe them an opportunity. by reducing the taxes. The mili tary is pouring in upon us. by ...

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. — 14 December 1841

Toey. AgraI. ,,ikeh Plough Bo- . ustorr or a- c~onMarraa .a.roIsTan NT *an'omeu~ruaa. SocASTY os caMsatneGN, Comunietf to whM was referred the conideration of Cotton, beg leave to eport. That they have bestowed upon the subje., all the attention demanded lay its great and in trillsic value; and now respectfully submit the uit o theis idelarbationa to the notice of this are few subjects that demand so much samanion of the. Southern Planter, and his pecuniary wmerest is so much in as the production at' this great staple. nd no ether Agriculturul producton calls ito requisition so many of the intellectual powers of taan. T1e Cotton trwo or shrub is an indigenious plant, growing spontaneously in varous parts of the &Mth and South West, but it is by thc strictest attention and greatest pains. that it can be agIicieI domnesticated to become of any p~racticai a y to man. Ajd from the weak est and fost fe of all plants, it becomes by the care and industry of man, the undisputed Sampseot...

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 December 1841

414 We -illclin to th Pilarof O Tepleof or J11wrkst$Ad fal we will Perias amids the Eains." .. S "W~IUclngceage Cila f oureteml o sles, m Cflw wl eiZ uad h .m. ~ : ~.. ~ ~.*U t eh 22. 1S44. No. 4. U~PfFEII ADIVERT11SEIt 160E. PROPRIETORt. r-E, T R -it s UieDollars lier 49t,19ifm . pid is I.' broDollars ;ssd 1ifiv Genii Imenatipaid ha~'ore ileo oejiraainaa of -40 *a&ah frivi the date ofC Sub-teripw~)n-i AMW oa Dollarsir aot stidWjthiotwelif $nbscrtber-A Stt ofth tui artF V"W to paV ill advanCe. ..aaseipmoireeeived rw'r los * tiai .ik ear, and no. papber. discontinued onti, 1&~ atearages, at*. puaid. except at thcop. ti04a Of the Publisher.-.''." .elptai" 1 e ouinucdui i~ewsucbde dbbuwi XeLblr .boyaorogroceW - t~he xrar .CO~1~'~resansable for ts Saule, SW-Urec~i's Lhe sixth copy gratis. .ej Mrtise*esits eonspicuotislyiuete~ Id ws 6%A ceou per- . qase, (l2'itiUs: or lcssv. (6'r Abe . 8r~ ioisertioui, unit 431 etsi..t'r eneli cowltO1245100. Thosei pullished niontbly, 4W4*41by3 ....

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 December 1841

4iiW3, W.,'p !*pwihi~res. for the first three qua3terf. ' year, ajnoaut td:$4, 73.M6 P. The esponditmss for the ear, as estimated. will amount to fl0 U - thus naking a -wat of * (,05/0IO ; and leavndg Ot~~ WM rMontheestof J uary . Or the la of $1,oo000 , which was authoried by Conaresslt its late session -onlyl;,4 8111I=have been negotiated. The shortaes of time wthich iit had to run, has ptaid no inconiiderable impedi mamf i thwmayef Is being taken by capi tas sat bome, whiletie aeine cause would ba"e operated with much greater force in tfifo ntparket. For that reasou the srntt'~arket has not been resorted to; and it is now submitted, whether it would oot be advisable to amend the law by nia hink what remains unlisposed of, paya ble at a more distant day. - -bould it be necessary. ia:any view that Cco$ . s may.ttko otthe subject, torevie 'bsealmu tariffof duties, I beg leave to , ini- bo pcrformance of that most t opertion. mo4rate counsels woeqld sepss as 6e the wisest. The Gov - ...

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. — 22 December 1841

wv4 tfwernoL Th b no doubt be arrest-. W u k (rnithtime 'Nesh en Rape osmter afb'af in lot im eiio .adjpur nt The two rthe-2b u t$ATle conttqant;s were ft.augisre or less than two mnembers of the Mbese of Iepresenlatires of Teoaessce, Mr. -hok 'a'nd Mr. Rowleq. whi were practi.ing .eah. xamples set by soine me mberi of eagass. Fortu;ately neitler party was in jtred,eacept ilat3r..H. received a slight flesh woud .in his hand;- But tfruuntkly a y'otag uma by the name of Lske, clerk i. a -sto uar by, was slightly wounded in the knee afsball-flan the pistol of 51 r. Rowlen. he -Binner" in deatcribing the scenos in thollouse previous to its arljournmnent, says In'h House ai exciting and discreditable scene occuaried while the rwandtions relative to the right of interrogation and nustrtuctiou -vee receiving the final acnon of that body. ' confu sion and uproar. prevailed, mud tue Speake was openly insulted, and menaces and defiant tee weie cat and-hu tied back ausung the muntza bets. Mr. ...

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 December 1841

-e ~Con a. NoW. al.1O ABgeiis e yJOHS, .R1 AgDSON gsgire, Gor ad .ouaisr-e.4 Aif is asd serthe a estif &d CP iaha, - - NRE~iformtionba"- been -ro W eived'al this Departunet. that -n thle, igt ol the1ir of Septenber last. a most at trociouaagapt wav smade by som person un. known, omrd& r one T. W. liarley. of Col. letoan Ditrict Now know e. that to thte tad 'ntat omay be lone and the offender broucht to kgal trial. I do hiereby ouer a reward of One Hundred and Filly Dollar.. s'r thi. apopselen siona- delivcry into any jail of his btute. . Givei undermy band and :he Seal of the Slate. atColunbia. ti3e 30th day of Novent bar; eigfiae'a hundred aid rory-one, and the sixty-suth year of the Independence of the Liited States of America. JOHN P. RICHARDSON. Bydw Governor, M. Lasonrz, Se'ry of State. Dec. a S - LARGE ESTATE m Land & Negroes for Sale. TlE T tEsiateol Jonnttnit We ver, dec'd., being left derelict. and agreeably to an act of the Legislature. it is mande my duty to 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. — 29 December 1841

"At " We wil eling to he Pillars of he Temple of er Liberdes, and 110S fath, we will Perals uakdst he Ruins." VOIVM E VI. Ed4geeid i oult 1.0u80, C. u- etember '29 1841. NO. 48. EDGEFIELD ADVERTISE4, by W. F. DURISGE. PROPRIETOR. TRMS. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in advance-t'laree Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid iefore tio expiration of Six Months froin the date of Subscription -and Four Dollars if not paid within iwelve Months. Subscribers out of the State are r vired to pay in advasoce. Io subsciption received for less than sne year, and no paper liscontinued until all arrearages are, paid. except at the op tion of the Publisher. All suibscriptiont will be continued un less otherwise ordered before the expirn tion of the year. Any aeron procuring five Subserihers and becomring responsible for the same, shall receive the sixth copy gratis. Advertiseasnts conspicirously insetted at 62 cents per sjUare, (12 lines. or les,) (or'the first insertion, and 431 ets. for each cont...

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 December 1841

Tka foungti article wt-kindly fur ishedby ad 6 edgetileman, wht fels'a ar W ir, t in the benevolent ciause to which it refers. 11 is certainly a matter of itmportance, that it should be. knue troughout ;the State, that our ra has made provision for the ed Uation of those children of affliction awung u,., from whose sightless orbs the light of Heaven has beet shut out, and who, with. out a course of education adapted to their peculiar wants. mus pursue a dark and cheneler path through life. We would iespcctfully. but carnestly request our brother Editors throughuut the State, to bring this subject to the notice of their re - spective'readets. It may be the means of brining forivard many of thoso objcts or charity, for whose education our Legisla turo bas kindly provised.-ED. AD. EDUCAT1oq or THE BLt.ND tN sOUT CAnOLtNA. It is one of the characteristics orcivilized governments.that they benevolent ly extend their aid, not only to the physical, but also to the intelleetual and'moral we...

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