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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 16 March 1842

ieving U inidu in si as, women and iortheSuwnnee them with iI sins consieof It. CoL Wor is aeFinrAMreid - . s , gha the 27th ult.near- Hali e?"-"of the St. -Johns, Major 2d InfaItry. captur,4-tbe ele brat '.Short Grass.". eelehrated slbelgthe butid~esastof the St.Jo1hnsII t cruel and nurderous tascal be to the several bands -if Mckusue iesa happy eptre. and oet that will, it 'is confdeutly anticipate'd. rid the settle wst aronnd St. Ausu4tine of further lis turbance frin the Indians. Halleek-us-lo-auge as escaped wish - his band. to the East of the St Jhus. Expeditionis are Worming to puirse him. The trth of the proverb will be' fidflled in his case-'*ne rest for the , for be is a most wicked rascal.-, Fros Ad ChMrfs I Froas Fierida..-sy the schr. Stephen; 4r Francis, Capt Coxeter, arrived yester day, we received the St. Augustitit e"rad of the 4th inst. from which we Copy the following &r. ADOUSTW&E 31ares d. ANOTHER hlORRID TRAGE1DT. Wedtsisday's nail tirtught us the foi -...

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. — 16 March 1842

inavery iasi qer hiaself tha 1m: irma with ary in this S stablig and at Pro and ia fact every -be 2dione ploart to render d'har ders Ariable, will b: prepared to aeconrioddte two or moi with bourd, and fita the well know and good society fat ts Villane, fami will nd if a dsiraM summner residck= h is clprges a all instae wal be nade to i wah the ltime. (;HAal2S COM PTY. March .16-2. 4z tf oupt P'ospedACCad1my. -?xerces e ,a nennmdeay wi cAl n - -mence the secotst einday in Janaaa ry next, under the Re4seWliip of Mr. Joa:: B )louioxx. The Tigoees take great pa aourr in reco-nmendig tdal as a g sutlenane ol 10gi atiral character, andauapy qu-.died t, die chare all fte duuus naInetaentaua uposs as. oc. tion. Mrilloaa uaeteskaniy Jtoesant am lise Greek. Lvan aud FreaCt lauguages. te latter be renders au. prooouoic a wau .s uuci facility and accuracy isany yoiung u.mn in th country; also Poanoshphy, Ciuemasry. Astrona. auy, Optics, &a., Mattainaaters thruoata all its various branches,...

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. — 23 March 1842

1We wM nCHUSg to the Pillars of he Temple r LOw s'Iamus fain, w win Perish midst the Ruins." E ViI~ i ~t n~ou , th9 184. NO-8 - - L -' - -.- - -' --- . ADVERTISERE av RI SOE. PROPRIETOR. TERlVS'> Dollars per ,aonafE I paid i sce-Three Dollars and Fify Cents at paid before the exriration or Six o hs f xin a the dite.of deliu diptio -. Four Dollarsifot paid fIthiu twelve Months. suberibbpsbatof'the dtateare Stoqtired to p4 in 4aiU ce. No tabscriptiou'received for less.than Vas gr4r, aid no paper discontinuedientil :all arrearages are paid. except at the op .Aion of the Publisher. All suiscriptious will be continied us less otherwise ordered before the expira- I tion of the year. - Any person procuring five Subscribers I aidbecoming responsible for s ame, aball receive the sixth copy gra t. Advertisemeats conspicuously inserted at *6%..eents per square, (12 lines,.6r.tess,) for the first insertion,-and 431 eta.fror each continuance. Those published otnthly. - or quarterly will be ch...

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. — 23 March 1842

t tit a esgagedtmore of my mind i than any other, save the t wes dy alluded to, kt mean the I 6 of. our Lord and Saviour Jesus 4 na,-which has, an(- I pray may I ie stand pre-eminent above obercon- i I the prosecution of my subject, it will become my painful duty to adduce some i ep'erimental parts, which I believe, will roach the case under consideration, with as i much force if not more, than any other, I i could use, presuming on the broad basis, i that human nature is the sate wherever it 4 is found; equally susceptible of the same i results from the same causes. *In accordance witbg no views. I will I begin my objections Tea ewe socte ties; but in this I do not o be under- i stoodl as having been op p to Temper- 1 ance itself; on tie contrary,' have always i admired it, notwithstanding I have made such awful departments from it. I was i opposed to Temperance Societies from I prnciple. Their Constitutions, as you have heard read to-dM, require an un qualified deinaiatio the use ...

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. — 23 March 1842

F. F. renwho 120 ak ofSt. -1luime, is a fol ,Guan, about 22 rsand fair complexI tiops namesof Braun, H. i bailed from Now he, len about the 18th Wo bespeaks, his low I against his gums and .ig pper lip -qj cts a little. t 5 feet 8.inches high, stoop d, weighs about 150 pounds, slow,and is r hick-tongued. ,-The notes were neitly all payable in SKiSjnUai, a capital E wrieten oti the right gpper corner of the bills, which were al. ost titirely new. He was in New. Or 1oani aboit the 4th instant, and no dotkbt ell1 make his way up the Mississippi or o Texas. The reward ff'ered for him is 8750. Two different persons left Mobilo a few -days since, in pursuit of him The one who catches him, will do two good things -be will line his pocket with $750, and -rid the country, for a time at least, of a precious and precocious scouatrel.-Aug. o orsicle. Great Mai.-The mail brought by the steam steam ship Unicurn, froq-the Aca dia at Halifax. was the largest ever arrived in the United States. The n...

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. — 23 March 1842

It j~fo a i'tuaar. and Le ~sia~in ae. Kaje of Taaitian, verned his School the pfsent .- beene$ l gd as Techer ot ofthe e'~ Years $11106 thoe established. 'Fr his .u aU. iliar'talent for iWupartinagIW. .efer to hii former patrons. and to I atng awd gentlemen: lion. George , Abbeville; Robs. C(unnsatigaslin, Ea4., ; ad the lion. F. W Pickens, Edge RICII'D. GRIFFLN, -, JNO. LOGAN, E. IL CAl1OUN JOHN MeLELLAN. Greenwood. bee -7 tf 48 SWiling Academy. T Eercisses of tis ftatie will be openeo teGa Mna' January et. tnder the directins of Mr. AM. Johni otwn, whose long exp-ienisce in Teaching andl crrect deportment. we trubt wall entitle the ita sttution to a large share of public confidence. T~ftX oF TUIT: Reading, Writing, and Aritnetic, per narter of 12 weeks. Si 00 En.glish Gramimer, G. oraphy 400 1 bossphy. Chemisttl Lann and Greek Languages,~ no Surveying, - 10 00 To be paial in adesace. Good Board may be obtained f(om $6 to $S per Month. J. BOSMITH. ('hairmas. L. R. WILSON. Traswcr, ...

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. — 30 March 1842

49W*wuU Wag to do Pi~am ot die 2mpke of -rer f4W tb& sm Sthuiau$ , 'I ~vu. -r 1S4C. NO.9 a" FERTISER, ' PIOPRIETOR. .yR S. rs per annum, if paidin ree Dollars and Fifty, Cents before the exfiration of Six , .rM.the date of Babscrption- a odpDollarsif not paid within twelve U onths.: Subscribers ottof the State are " riuired to pay in advance. - o subscription received for less than al one 1ar, and no paper discontinued until 1c all arrfearages are paid. except-at the op- in tion of the Publisher. All subscription will be coutinued un. lass otherwise ordered before the exptra tion of the'pr. .-. .t Any person procurng ive Subscribers and becoming responsible for t peiu, e shall receive the sixth copy gratra. i Adwertisemnti conspicuiously inserted c -621 cents per square, (12 lines, or lest for the first insertion, and 431 ets. for eaco .continuahce. Those published mg:,t o t or quarterly will b) charged $1 per square ;o (or each insertion. .Adjertisements not ti having the numbe...

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. — 30 March 1842

position. vt-as of on as the li S ting, had hbavef'st their abodes, en .&-vated stand'iitfome cen incoimatindi a view of each. T otaiot, whe oekoked at the Wastisene -escribed, that ter manly eyes would not have dimmed with the tears of dIir while they dropped the veil of die gust, to shut out the scene from their Raze. Od in turning "men. it, to the former, would not the tears of griefchange to those of joy? Yes, methinks their noble hearts wbuld swell with delight, while they look ed at the lovely sene beneath; and the thunder of their mighty voices as they as -cended from that spot, would send back the echo, as they receded, it was for these, and such as these, we bled and died. The price was great, but the boon was much greater. I shall view its efects, in one other in stance, and that is the influence it exerts on us as a nation. Do we not see atdent spir its used at the ballot box, the only safe guard to American liberty, as a seductive and corrupiing means over our common...

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. — 30 March 1842

-8az num W5ho last La were going in, eiaki a .stacd there o have been abandon ng to Bastrop, and pine. Gen. Burle Rom Bastrop for the ,0 men. al this is that our people dismayed or disturbed, but *0 opportunity to avenge past In show to the world their ability Lain their independence. Some me may elapse before a decisive battle is bad. but when it does come the world will read a repetition of the scenes ofr Jacintho on an eblarged scale. pROCLANIATION To THE CITIZENS OF TEXAS. MY Coeairymn.u-RuMors tanve been brought from the Southwesterl frontier of invasion. particulars have not been fm- to the Ezecutive. The facts ag*S ctent tojustify immediate prepara tioinsTr defensive war. Allwho are com manded to be in readiness to. sepair to the scene of action, at the call oitbe authori ties of the country. It is ordered that the Colonel of each counry for the present, lay off the county into company beats, and direct the election or Captains and subalterns; and arrange the members of each ...

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. — 30 March 1842

era, i Feb. 26. 1S r Generals 0f the 56isDivi er their sevoral Colonels, in Brigades. to open aid hold a 1dleis respective Regiments, on Satur 21 21st oMay ne.t. for a MAJOIt GEN S evatc reated b te resiug 'ation of Major General Iomaa . Jones. -The Brigadier Generals will immedately af .ter the returns are made to them.rander avtate )inL of tie PoLm of their reslective Brigades to the Adjutant General's odiceat ColunAia. By order of the Cnannander-in- Chief. J. W. CANTEY, Ad'. & Ins. Geol. march 23 f 8 Sweet Potates. BUSH ELS Seed Potatoes of the OPEC I7 Fbest quality, for sale low, for Cash. Apply at the subribers plantation 4J milesf. k..ofEdgeheld C. H. A. BLAND. -march 9 c 6 Apple Vinegar. CHOICE article may be had of .S RANTON & MEIGS. march 23 2 8 .geLIOIO.V 1OUSE. EnO irsD C, U., S. C. HE SUBSCRIBER hlavinmg rented tihe 5 establismluent formierly ocenpied by Mr. A. B. Addison. has fitted it siy for the arcomn. modation of transient and permanent boarders. The Hotel 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. — 6 April 1842

fi. "We will cling to the PUlars of the Temple of our Liberties, ad Iall, we will Perish amids &se Ruins. g, 6.8 No.10. KD ADVERTIaERI, BT OE. PROPRIETOR. TER f S. fee Dollars per annum. if paid in .,27 eance-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents Ifnot paid before the exriration of Six Months from the date of Subscription and Four Dollarsif not paid within Iwelve Months. Subscribers out of the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received for less thun one year, and no paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. except at the (I, tion of the Publisher. All subscription4 will be continued un less otherwise ordered before the expira tion of the year. Any person procuring five .ibscribers and becoming responsible for the -tamic, shall receive the sixth copy graas. Advertisements conspicuously in--rterd at 621 cents par square, (12 lines, or leso,) - for the first insertiou, and 431 ct,. for ech continuance Those published monthly. or quarterly will be charged $1 per ...

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. — 6 April 1842

'or*an est. &4''o a bankrupt does N,&.ed States Court to lNiinGotsm conoeement under an ifrom a State-Court; and the j-30sipiag goes strongly toconrm the pro 1priety of the decision of Judge Gilchrist, to-which we alluded yesterday, ruling that -a petitioner for the benefit of the bankrupt act was not exempt from arrest by his creditors. 2 That a creditor retaining his debtor in prison would not be allowed to prove his debtor receive a dividend under dt bankrupt act. COURT RECORD. Rfor dhe Mas. U. S. CIRCUIT COURT. Is BAsKaurcr. Saturday, March 19. Judge Story this morning delivered opinions upon several points in bankruptcy. The first case was that of Jonathan B. Cheney. who had flled a petiton forth that -on the 18th of December he was commit led to the jail limits on an execution. that the ninety days for which by the Revised Statutes poor debters may be bail ed forjail limits, expired on the 18th inst., and the petitioner was surrendered by his bail, and is now in closo ...

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. — 6 April 1842

to conqui ad the' Sout -ever since th Constitution, I 1 and divide Ekea a dia.olution of ii .~innrators will find t0 it as-difficult to dividoi pople of the North or til if ever necessary to be arreste tresonable plots. the Great We the power to do it, and can be relic - times. . - Regded, That the anniversary of II birthday of George Washington. the Fath er ofhis Country, (in connection with hi noble compeers.) will be forever held ra cred and inviolcble by every American an patriot, in the contemplation of bs ill u arious character and services. Resoved, That this meeting look upo JMha Q. Adsas of Massachusetts and J J. Giddivgs of Ohio as the mouth-piece and ringleaders, in and out of Congtes& of the domineering policy of the Britis Government-hat both of them are husil employed in hatching secret treason to cai ry out, (affiliated with English pimps an emissaries) the treacherous,. jacobinica revolutionary. and sacrilegious doctrine of the -World'i Abolition Convention bet i...

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. — 6 April 1842

rzar STJDLE. L rear of the Old American Hotel, oI~ccpied by R. R. Hunter, opposite the . Road depot. FARE REDUCED. Horse per month $1000 day so Single feed 25 The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he has opened a LIVERY STABLE, in 4 Hamburg. S. C. where he will at all times, keep supplied with provender and forage of the best quality. Having good Ostlers and excellent dry Stables; he hopes to give satisfaction to his patrons. lie will keep constantly on hand, Carri ages. Barouches, Buggies. &c., with care ful drivers with which the public can, at all times, be accommodrted on the most reasonable terms. lie therefore solicits a stareofipublic patronage. N. B. lrovers can he accommodated with good Lots well watered. OLIVER SIMPSON. Ilnmburg, Nov. 4. 1841. if 41 SIBLEY & USELR, W0arehouse asnd Connis. seon oUerchaats, HIAMIBURG. S. C. r iAKE pleasure in announcing to their Country friends and 1o the Public generailly, that their IWAkEIOC...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 13 April 1842

-We will cling go the pilrs of the Temple of our IZiberties "'w ilPra m~ h un. 'o tR-p '. 4..--. r , . "We ill iug e thP11mm. f th Temle f ou Libmala, t fall, we will 3*eria .midut the Baina. ID ADVERTISER, r . 1 0RISOE. PROPRIETORt. -TERIS. - -Three Dollars per .innuni. ir paid in adace-Three D.llars and Fifty Cents if not paid before the ex iitation of Si Months from the date of Subscription and Four Dallars if not oni-t within t welve Months. Subscribersont of the .itt are required to pay in advance. No subscription received for less th:n one year, and no paper slisentinited until all arrearages are paid. except at tile op. tion of the Publisher. All sahr-riptions will he contlinued un less otherwise ordered hofore the exptra. tion of the year. .Any persa) pructiring live Subscribers and becoinin,; re4ponsible for the same, shall receive the sixth cop% gratis. .Adeertisements conspicumously inserted it 62J cents por square, (12 lines, or lest,.) for the first iuertion, and 431 et...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 13 April 1842

erta are its nature, like ours, 1lpowerful to s. That antidote ndt public opliion, ad will, comrol the ac kers. Abroad, webrever extent has been practiced, as it not brought upon its vie nd at home, in our own country, in our own State, what desolation, it not produced! All classes of our chitais have been, and are now the suffer ers by a practice condemned by the laws of mnan ad unqualifiedly condemned by the word of God. Even the note shaver himself-he who thought himself a twelve month ago, beyond the reach ofits evil ef fects, now trembles at the position in which he stands. Goaded to madnea almost by the heartless exactions of some one of those modern Shylocks, who toUd have the pound of flesh, even though blood should accompany the penalty. one here resisted, and another there has resisted. even to the repudiation of a contract, which, morally, and by every principle of honor, they were bound to fulfil. The courts have sustained their pleas, and the faer that others with whom ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 13 April 1842

loarn peassice, iich crea citiientof that higbstanding, ad beenin the habit of - titdlos to a considers Sheeadorsement of a gen in business. and who et non (drthe West, to com siat of some lands. By some aspicios was excited as to the gen of the signature of his endorser, and'on looking closely into the matter, it was aucetained that the name was forged. The amoaut was large. and running to ma turity: The Macon Tekgraph of Tues day is silent on the subject.-Char. Cour. NEw OLEAN.s, March 2S. For Texas.-The steam packet Nep tune departed last evening for Galveston, with as we are informed, two or three hundred passengers, mostly 'emigrants to the new Republic, Her departure was the occasion of considerable excitement. In her assorted cargo, were several heavy articles of various calibre, besides some ,if our surplus produce, .Iiqswuri lead, &c. &c.-Bletts. NEw ORLEA.s. April 2. Woif Hunters.-The Queen of the West arrived from Memphis last ni;ht, bad on board a company of volu...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 13 April 1842

,3 per vwithin seven per eord, if armrs who are. old find it to their Oak bark for him. A cord ol bark per day, and hauled at a load, if a frato is t. The hark should be covered z with boards or leavc, to pre in fro injaring it. M. L.GEARTY, J1rarch 9, it1 6 tf Ncar -t. inae.. To iNewupaper Editorss&c. T IE Adv.-rti.er (an experienced practical Printe.,) would take charge of the M. CUAtaICAL DcrAnRmaT Of a News pPer esta blihmcnt. or Book and Jobbimig tiee, cithet to the up '>are of this State. Georgia. Alaba lua, or riJ a; or accept any sTrVArtlO coia tlected with them. where he may obtain a fair remuneration for his seru iccs. Reference' can he given (if necessary) for the moral and profe-asional charaeter of the anl. vertiser. to memhers of the corpas editorial in this State and Georgia, who have known hin t'or the last faur year. Addreis A. P., Meren ry otfire. Charle-tvuu. gT The ernAf will confer a favor by giving the abv. oi or tw% o in-ertions. march 16t if 7 nI'0osPE...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 20 April 1842

.~y . .. . ... - e.. -~ - well l Will c.Om of gb. TeaaPle Of 0ur Libedes, SM4 U MW 1410A im"" .5 5rip -~~ar IMXAXIndl~s, .~,.~i S~ ISElI, "I"' PItIETOlt. per annum, if paid in ree Dollarts aid Fifty Cents aid.b(pre the efirat.o of Six r ntin the .date of Snbcription -ad Four Dollars'if not paitl within twelve oyhs. Stbscribers out of the State are ired to pay in advance. sulbscription received for less thtan am year, and nio paper .liscnntinned until all arrearages are paid. except at the up tion of thePublisher. 'A1Ibseibcptiou- will he continued un .,ssother*ifie, ordered before t he e c ptra. tAion of the year. .An person procmiring ive :ihicrihers' - aid becomin responsihle I'n the -.iftie, shall receive the sixth cipy grelatis. Adiertisements conspicuou it1 h ri .1 a -62Lcents per quare. (1it1 e "r I.-.) (or the first iusertion, in' -1 3 '"r each -contiOuance 'Tit0o ptlbli-led ntndl or quarterly will bo ch.rdeda I1 pe' *.n a re for each inqertiotb. Alvrte ntl not having the nat...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 20 April 1842

iees meolt. tates Bank Deposite act the surplus ,oblic te banks, aod tes tbjpmselve,~ ei representatation ' on May, 1S37, the commerita ex took place, in which all the Banks e country suspended specie paymctr. ese even, forin an era ir our sauncial 1ffairs, and .oduced a separation Lo the Governmenaroam all connexion with banks of every kind. Vewere then in a situa tion to re:arm the Government, and place iW here its Republican framers intended it should Lo when it was created. The asnmpt iou and funding measures, together with a Bank in hich Hamilton was enabled. through the debts incurred during our Revolution. to engraft upon our sys tem in its infancy. had entirely expired in 1837, and we were then left untrumuelled, to take a pure and independent course. free from all national debt, and unconect ed with all Bunkis. But there was great individual indebt edness in the country. together with car poration and State debts, amounting to near $200.000,000. The Banks had *us pended, an...

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