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FEMALE PRINTERS & EDITORS.
.y Presented at the late Printers' Festival in
Rochester, by Mr, Josiah Snow.
Anne Franklin.-The first newspaper
printed in Rhode Island, was at Newport,
in1732, James Franklin, a brother of the
Doctor was publisher. He died soon af
ter, and his .widow.coutiuued the business
several years. She was printer to the
colony, supplied blanks to the-public offi
cers, published pamphlets, &c. 'he
Newport Mercury which is now regularly
issued; grew out of this printing office in
1756, and is the oldest paper in the coun
try. In 1745, Mrs. F. printed for the
government an edition of the laws con
- taiming 340 pages. She was aided in her
office by her two daughters. They were
correct and swift compositors and very
fine sensible women. A servant of the
house usually worked the press. Gregory
Dexter, an early settler of Providence,
usually worked for her when she had a
large j ob, or an almanac to get out. It
seems printing with type was not her only
business. Read her advertisement.
-The Printer hereof, prints linen, cali
coes, silk, &c., in figures very lively and
durable colors, and without the offensive
smell which commonly attends linen
Mrs. Sarah Goddard, was also a printer
at Newport in 1776. She was born in
Rhode Island, was the widow of Giles
Goddard, printer of New London. She
received a good education, and was well
acquainted with miany branches of litera
ture. She had the ntauagemeht of a
newspaper,. and conducted it with much
ability for two years, when John Carter
associated with her, under the firm of,
Sarah Goddard & Co.
Mrs. Margaret Draper, was the widow
of Richard Draper. bhe published the
Massachusetts Gazette and Boston News
Letter, after his death. It was the first
paper established in North America. All
the newspapers excepting hers, ceased to
be published when Boston was besieged
by the English. She left Boston with the
British army and went to England, where
a pension was settled upon her by the gov
ernment, for life.
Mrs. Cornelia Bradford, was the widow
of Andrew Bradford, who died in Phila
delphia, in 1742. She continued the prin
S ting business for a number of years, and
retired with a sufficiency of "worldly lu
to the same city, Mrs. Jane Aitkin, at
the death of her father, in 1802, continued
- the-business. Her reputation was high
from'the , productions which issued from
her prees;-She. was also noted for her
- correctness in proof-readi.ng.
Mrs.:Zener, the widow of John P.
Zeuger,Twho published the second news
paper establtshed in New York, carried
n the buiuss for years after his death.
She was-a modest woman; the exact re
verse'of her husband, who. managed to
leave.as manylibel. suits on' band, as a lit
crary character of our tine.:The conse
quence was,7Zenger,got into full intimacy
witillhe Nrisonsforgiving public uitterance
to 'iliberal views. ,Mrs, Zenge con
with ability,, tar three ypars until 1748.
Mrs. Mary Holt, widow of. John Hot,
add publisher ofthe New York Journal,"
in 1793,was appointed printer to this State.
The paper did powverful service during' the
Anne K. Green was born in Holland.
in 1767 she succeeded her husband in
printing the Maryland Gazette, the first
paper printed in that State. She executed
the Colony printing, and continued the
business to her death in 1775.
* Mrs. Hassbotch. The first printer in
-Baltimore was Nicholas Hassbotch. He
was succeeded by his widow, who did up
busidess with epedition.
Mrs. Mary K. Goddard, was sister to
William Goddard of Rthode Islanid, who
established the Maryland Jourtnal. Corn
ing from a State where free toleration wvas
allowed, he was apt to write rather harsh
ly. He was several times mobbed, and
bad to finally to quite the State and return
to Providence. His sister Mary conduct
ed the paper for eight years. took in job
work, and acted as post-master until 1784.
She was spirited in her ivritings, and
nothing but her sex saved her from fre
Mrs, H. Boyle published a paper at
Williatmsburgh, Va., in 1774. It favored
the Crown. and lived lbut a short time.
Clementine Bird succeeded her husband
in the Virginia Gazette, 1772. T. W.
Jellerson was a contributor. She died itn
Mrs. Elizabeth Tim othee~after the death
of her husband in 1773, continued pub
lishing the Gazette, in Charleston. S. C.
She conducted the press two years, when
her son took it.
Anne Timothee, the widow of the son
of Elizabeth just tmentioted, after the
Revolutionary war ceased, revived the
Gazette, wvhich had been established by
the elder Timothee. It hadl been discon
*tinned while the British troops were in
possession of Charleston. She was ap
pointed printer to the State, and held the
office until 1792.
M1ary Cro-ach was the widouw of Charles
Croucb, and born in Rhode Island. Her
husband established a paper in opposition
to the Stamp Act, in Charleston, S. C.
- Mrs. C. continued the paper until 1780,
when she removed to Salem, Mass., and
took her press and type -with her. She
published a paper ar Salem for some years
and returned to Providence with a purse
sufficient for "creature comforts" during
Penelope Russell succeedea Jter hus
band in printing the "Censor" at Boston
*in 1771. She was a very industrious and
active woman. She not only set type,
but,while at her case, invoked her muse
and put up type on tragical events in an
interesting manner, without any written
- In Connecticut, Mrs. Watson, the Wi
dow of Ebenezer 'Watson, who died in
1777 continued one of the publishers of the
Courant at H art ford fo.- two years, when
a gentlean of steady habits took her as
* partner for life. The Courant is still pub
.An EccenfliC Characer.-T he Rev. Mr.
Hpgemore of Calhhorpe, Eng., died on the
1st of Januairy, 1846, possessed of a very
cotufortable fottune. lie kept one servant
of each sex, whtom lie locked up every
night. His last employment before re
tiring, was to go round his premises, let
loose his dog ahd fire his gun. He lost his
life in a very singular manner. Going
one morning to let out his servants,the dogs
fawned upou him suddenly, and threw him
into a pond, which- was breast high. The
servants heard him call out for assistance,
but, being locked up. they could not render
him any., He had 30 gowns and cassocks,
58 dogs, 100 pairs of preeches, 100 pairs of
boots, 400 pairs of shoes, 80 wigs, yet
never wore one, 80 wagons and
carts, SO ploughs, and used none, 50 sad
dIes and furniture for the menage, 30
wheel-barrows, a great number of canes,
90 horses, 300 pickaxes. 200 spades and
shovels, 75 ladders, and 240 razors.-Sci
entific American :
HINTS TO FARMERS.
The farmer's life is shunned by many
because it seems one of mindless drudge
ry. It ought to be less so. If our farmers
would study and reflect more, they might
do less hard labor, and yet accomplish
more in the course of a year. Ton hour's
work daily, in summer, and eight in win
ter, ought with good management, to give
any matl a good living. lie who works
so'hard that he cannot read or reflect after
the labors of the day are over, because of
fatigue does not act wisely. Let no man
shun work when work should be done ;
but delve, delve forever, is not the end of
man's life. The farmer's evenings should
be devoted to mental acquisition and ra
tional enjoyment. To sip and tumble
into bed is a hog's fashion, and highly
injurious to health. But let a farmer have
about him the choicest works of his own
auxiliary avocations; let these form the
suhject of study and conversation at least
two-evenings in the week, while the news
paper the newest and oldest volume, each
have their allotted seasons. Two or three
dollars contributed by each farmer in a
neighborhood, or school district, would go
a great way in the purchase of standard
books at modern prices. These are but
hints which each reader will modify as his
judgment shall suggest ; I plead only for
the essential thing of making home pleas
ant, and its hours of relaxation hours of
Village Property for Sale.
T HHE Subscriber being desirous of chang
in" his loce.tion, will sell his HOUSE
and LOf with 67acres of land. attached, in fie
Village of Edgefitld. The land being sipuated
all within the incorporate limits of the village.
it iii'well inproved, having a well of fire water
in the yard, and a good small Orchard. Those
wishing to purch.tse small Lots could be ac
:ommodated with a portion of the land, lying
immediately on the.Pine House road. For
particulars apply 'o the subscriber ot the prem
ses, or to Mr. B. C. Bryan, when I am absent.
_ E. B.r.PRESLEY.
way 5 4t 15
EIEAD QUAR'ERs, 7TH REGIMENT, S. C. M.
Mount Pleasant, May 1st, 1847.
ORDens No. 3.
ACOURT MARTIAL will be held at the
OLD-,WELLS. on Saturday the 29th
inst., consisting or
Major MILLS, President.
Captain SHA W, ...
S B LAND, Members,
" JORD)AN, .
Captaitn CR EI-', ) Sperrnum
" BODD Y, ecraries.
For thetriat of alljDefaulters ol Militia and
Patrol Dutty in this Regimnent sinice the last
out-t Martial. Officers commandinig Coin
panies will have their Defaulmers summnoned to
attend, and furnish the Court wth evidenice of
By order of SAxurEr PosEr,
Lt'. Cul. Comnd'g. 7th Regt. S. C. M.
J. F. OSBORNE, Adjiuant.
may 19 2t .i7
B ROWN SUGAR,
Sugar H onse MOLASSES,
New Orleanus do'
WVest India do
COFtFEE, RIC E. VINEGAR, &c.
For sale low, for caih, by
J. A. WVILLJAM~S.
-march 31 tf JO
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
EDG EFI ELD DIST RICT
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
lon W. Holly & wife, and 'l
others, A pplicants, I Summons
vs. ) ia
Datniel D. Holly & wife, and |Partition.
others, Defendants. J
[Tappearing to ,ny satisfaction, that N. W.
Hoyandwife Mary, distributees of the
real estate of George Litesey, dec'd., reside
vithout the timits of this Stiate, it is therefore
irdered, that they do appear in my office, at
Edgeleld Cou rt House, on or before the first
klonday- ini August next, and, how cause, if
ny, why the said lands should not he sold or
livided, or their consent to the same will be
ntered of record.
JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
May 5 3m 15
State of South Carolina.
* EDGE oI'I D DlSTRICT.
ames Tompkins, Ex'or. and others.
eorge Holloway, & wife,-.& others,
ohn Rochell, and others.
IN pursnance of the orders of the Court of
LEquity, it is Ordered, That the parties in
ese eases appear in my office, otn reference,on
Cuesday the frst day of June next, and that
1 the-creditors of Mrs. Elizabeth Rochell, de
eased, do presenit their demands, on that day,
vith the necessary proof, fixing the liability of
r estate, according to the Decrees of the.
Tourt of Equity in the above stated cases.
S. S. TOM PKINS, c. E. 5. D.
~omm'rs. Office, April 21, 1847.
april28 5 14
4LL Persons indebted to the Estate of
George Pope, deceased, are hereby noti
ed that it is absolutely necessary to collect all
ls money due the Estate, and that those who
o not pay will be sned before return' day
'he Notes are in the hanfdsof N. L. Griffin or
W. Gibbs, Esqrm.
TI-HOS. Hi. POP. Executor.
,J.n3 . tr 2 -
B Y virtuo of sundry writs ordf L~je Fa
cias, to me directed,-.1 willprgceesA IC
sell at Edgefield CourtvlH'use, onthef rsi
Monday and Tuesday followingi .Jun
next, the following property;.iu the follow
ing named cases, to. 1it-:
John Hill, Ordinary,-fo.HarietkMlimS
vs Joshua Hammond, the trait ;I lan
wthereon Thomas Ford lives;coitaining
oce hundred and sevesteen and-an-hal
acres, more or 'less, adjoining' ands- o
Henry Huffman, R. P. Brunvob;;Jame:
F. Adams, and others. .
Simeon Matthews vs. B. -.Ryancand
C. J. Glover; Presley & Bryau vs. B. J
Ryan; S. F. Goode. and othyretseveral
ly, vs. the same, a hoise adi1otin th
village of Edgefield, 'ou whichydefe'ndan
lives, containing an hall acre ,more or less
bounded by the publicsuarelthe lot .o
John L. Doby, and oth'ers .Iso anothe,
lot in said village, containingifveacres
more or less, adjoining landstof:MrsCor
ley, J. Kirksey, and others:'AAlso, twC
slaves, viz. Milley and Elm ,0- -
Terms of sale Cash.- W .,1':
H. BOUL .E ..E. D
may 14 .4t 17
Sheri's a Sle.
BY -virtue of sundry writs of-,ietf Fa
cias, to me directed, I will profdN'to sel
at Edgefield Court House on 'th- firse
Monday and Tuesday following. in -June
next, the following property,; inth.e:follow
.ing named cases, to wit :
J. G. O. Wilkinson' vs. JohtrSturgeneg
ger, the tract of land whereon'theddefend'
ant lives, containing four hundred. acres
more or less, adjoining landseofizDudley
Rountree. Wade Glover, and'others."
R. P. Hunphreys,-bearer, vs. E. P. H.
Kirksey, thetract of land' whereon the de
lendant lives, conrtaining three hundred
acres, more or less, adjoining lands:of Jas.
Swearengen, B. Bettis, and others.
William Whitlock as'dNaney Johnson
and others, the tract of land whereon the
defendant Loursnce Willing lives, contain
ing one hundred and seventv'acres, more
or less, adjoining lands of Elizabeth Whit
lock, John Whitlock, John!; Green., and
George Parrott and others, severally vs.
Anti Hull, three luts in the town of Ham
burg, known in the plan .ofsaid~town.as
lots numbered one hundred- and seventy
five (175), one hundred and eighty:(180),
and one :undred and thirty ine (139).
Elijah Watson,' Seur.s.'Oratio Haney,
the tract of land whereon itb'- defendant
lives, containing two hundred-aeres; more
or less, adjoining lands of Nathan Norris,
Nancy Corder, and Obadiahi Bodie.
Leaphart & Hook vs John:Holly, the
tract of land whereon the defendant lives,
containing four hundred acres,, more or
less, adjoining lands of - : -Snelgrove,
John Langford, and others.
'1homas Kernagha'n vis William Her.
bert;' Willian: Woodburry .&- Co., and
others severallb, vs. Herbert &Duffey, a
lot in the town of Hamburg S. C., known
in the plan of said town t number one
" hundred and thirty :th 3)- fronaing
fifty feet on* Centre'itrielW and running
back one ind red and'fifty' feet -
Edward Thomas vB. F.'Gouedy, a
house and lo: in ibe town of H amburg, S.
C., known in the plan of said townm as lot
number seventy four,-frooting fifty feet on
Mlarket street, and running back to Mercer
sitteet, bounded by lots)N6. 738 and 75.
Piuckney HI. Ashe vs. Joseph Fnrgu
son, the tract of land wrhereon the defend
atnt lives, adjoining lands of James Stew.
ar c, Richard Weatherigcon, and others.
J. M. Clark vs. C. We Cochran ; Wy
att Holmes vs C. WV. Cochran and L. B.
Cochran, the tract of land whereon the
defendant lives, containing three hundred
acres, mnore- or less, adjointing lands of
Mrs. Cbrroll, A. Kilerease, anet others.
John Ilill, Ordinary, for the distribtt
tees of James Terry, dee'd., vs. Mary
Strotne, Admac., and William Strome,jr.,
Adm'r., of William Strome, sear., dec'd.,
the tract of laud whereon the defendant
lives, containing three hundred and ten
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Lo'v
is Reynolds, William Strome, senr., and
Samuel C. Strome.
Leaphart & Hook, and others, several.
ly, vs. John Charles, se tract of land
whereon the defendant lives, .containing
fifty acres, more or less, adjoining lands of
II. Risor, WViilliam Etheridge, the heirs of
Leitsey, and others.
James C. 'Cobb va. Eliza, alias Eliza
heth Carter, the tract of land whereon the
:dofendan t lives, ' containing one thousand
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Jno.
Marsh, John Wise, and others. -
H.~BOULWARE, s. E.sn.
may 12 - 4t ]6
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
.EDGE FIE LD DIST RICT.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Y JOHN HIuiL, Esq., Ordinary of
BEdgeie id District:
Whereas Josiah Reams hath. applied
to me for Letters ofrAdministration, on all
and singular the goods and chattels, rights
andecredits of'MiriclR. Kinard, late of the
District aforesid, deceased., -
These are, therefore, to-cite and admon
ish all and singular sthe ktndred and cred
itors of the said'deceased, to be and appear
hefore me, a t ouranext' Ordinary's Ourt
for the said Distri, to be holden at Edge
field Court' House, on the 31st day of
M!ay next,' to show cause, if any, why
the said adtatiotrfation should not be
Given under niybhand and seal, this thd
83th 'day ol May, in the- year osf our
Lord one. thousand eight hundred and
forty-seven, ated in the 71st year of Amner
I0BN HILL, O. ED.
May 19 ' 2 t 17
,otce ttblingze .V1akers
1H E Graisitsfrilif Manufacturing Comnpa
.try, wius inliputehte a MILLiON of
~htngles, 1 iodelivered a~nd stackedtf
Graniteville.' For-Shingleas18 inekss long 4
inces wide 54 hick,of prime stuff, well drawn;
they will give 4$3 25per thouand; for similar
Shingles. jinehtthiek2 p36. If made on the
Oompanies'lan.,a fair allowance witl be re
,uied for th& Tlimber
Pies. G. M. C o.
april7 -3m 12
CoLuanA, A pril 24, 1847.
General Order-No. 4.
R CHARD J.. MANNING. and CAMP
BELL BRYCE Esquires, having been
appointed Aids de.canp to the Commander in
Chief, with rank or Lieutenant Col. will be
obeyed] and respected accordingly.
By order of the Conmander-in Chief.
J. W. CANTEY,
Adj't. & Ins. General.
may 19 3t 17
Cor.uata, 8th May, 1847.
GENERAL ORDER. .
A'LL Officers of Militia of this State order
ing elections of officers of the line of
whatever grade or rank, or making appoint.
ments of officers of the staf', will report the I
names of the officers so elected or appointed to
the Secretary of State, who is directed there
upon to fill up and forward their commissions
without delay, and he is also further directed
not to issue or deliver any blank military comi
All commission addressed to the Secretary
of State tnder this order to be endorsed "Miti
The Brigadier Generals are charged with I
the extension of this order.
By order of the Commnander-in-Chief. 1
J. W. CANrEY. -
Adjt. &Inspt. Gen.
may10 . Gt 17
* Head Quarters, - h
Orders No. 2.
. LIaSTONE SPaixos. March 15.
T HE following Regiments will parade for
Review and Drill at the times herein sta.
The 13th Regiment of lIfantry an' Upper
Squadron of the 4th Regiment of Cavalry, t
(the Charleston Light Dragoons excepted,) at
Walterboro', on Wednesday the 12th of May
The 12t6 Regiment of lnfantry,ami the low.
nr Squadron of the 4th Regiment of Cavalry,
near Coosawhatdiie, on Saturday, the 15th of
The 4.3d Regiment of Infantry, at Beau
ford's Bridge, on Tuesday the 18th of May
The I th Regiment of Infantry, at Ashley's,
on Thursday, the 20th May :ext.
The 3d Regiment of Cavalry, at Holman's,
on Saturday. 22d of May next.
The 14th Regiment of Infantry, at Orange
burg on Tuesday, the 25th of May next.
The 15th Regiment of Infantry, at Villian
eon's, on Friday. the 28th of May next.' ]
The commissioned and non-commissioned
oficeri will assemble at their respective Regi
mental Parade Grounds on the day previous to
Review, for Drill and Instruction. .
'1h Mijor General will, with his staff, at
tend the R eviews, and thecommnanding officers
of Brigades will, with their staff, attend in their
GJen. Quattlebum and Col. Felder arc charg
ad with the extension of this order to th:.-ir Bri
By order of the Commander-in-chief.
J. W. C AN TEY, Adjt. St Ins. Gcnt.
march t'. - 9t 10
To those who love theik
TH ERE is a Recruiting Rendezvons now
.Eopen, at Edgefield Court liouse, uinder
the superintendenice of Lieut. A. M. Per-in.
SThose who may wish to Enlist, will please
call at Goodmani's Hotel.
Recruits are supplied with Clothing when
they are unlisted, good Qunrters are provided,
and the pay comtmences froum the date of en
As Old Edgefield and Abbeville were never
know to eo behind in piatriotism, I hnpe)1 that
the yonng men of those Districts will come in
forward, with alacrity, to the standard of thcir,
country, as she i4 much in want of good sol
:ier-s. Capt. Maniganlt, who is to command t
the company, is a brave and noble gentleman,
lie is froma this State. Th'le 1st Lieut. is from
Abbeville District, S. C. Gen. M. L. Bon~niu.
s the Lie ut. Col. of the same Regimtent. und
Mfajor I~Mxey Gregg, ofrSouth Carolina is the
Major. A. M. PER~tIN,
2nd Lieut. 12th Itif. U. S. At tmy, (
april26 tf 14 .
STA TE OF SOUT H CAROLNA.
F.DGEFIELD DISTRI.CT. 1
eorge Parrott, )Bill for Forechc. I
vs. sure of Mort~ '
ames E. Walker. & othI-31, gage, &c. "
I T appearing to my satisfactioun, that James
E. Walker, Joseph .J. WValker, Alexander j
. Walker, John M. Walker, Moses WValkcer, gi
ames C. Walker, Samuel P. McNairy and e
Elizabeth C. his wife, Sarah Antn Walker and r
Mary D. Walker, defendanuts in the case, are n
without the limits of this ~State; Ordered, that cl
he defenidants above tnamed, do appear ini this t
tonorabia Conrt, and plead,. answer or demur
o the said Bill, within three months from the
pmhlication of this order. or the said bill will be
aken pr' con fesso aguainst them. .
S. S. TOM KINS, C. E. E. D.
Commissioner's Office, March 5, 1847. t
march 10 3m 7
Valuable Lands f'or Sale....
~FHE Subscriber now ujhers for sale the
tenraf Land on wirich lie now resides.
ing on Log Creek, nine miles west of Edge. J
eld Court House; containing nine hutndred
nd le aesei,of which there is abomut five lhon. S
eas nemes of woodland. On the pretmises is
large a ad comfortable Dwvelling House, ath -
1ll other necessary.Ouit buildings. The planta- I
on is in good repair. Those wishing to pur- 1
hase ca.1 call and examino for themselvcs. J
J. F. BURNS.
....p ri 7 3m~ 12
TO THE PUBLIC.
'ill E undersigned would
respectfully announce to
g 5 Travellers and persons vis
iting hamburg. that he has
taken for a term of years.
- the Hotel, long known as
H iubbard's Amiericaa
Which it is his purpose to keep as such a house
should be kept, and will only- promise to nll who
favor him with a call, that he will do all in his
power to please; and where as much comfort
and quiet .may be expected as can be found in
any Public House.
A careful and attentive hostler will he kept
constantly in the Stable, and Horses shall be
attended to in a way that shall give entire satis
A liberal patronage is respectfully solicited.
Hamburg, March 8-10 tf 7
T l E nndersigned have formed a co-part
nership under the name of J-au LYoN
& Co., for the purpose of carrying-on the
Merchant Tailoring Business,
and will keep at the same place formerly occn
pied by John Lyon.
A HlANDsoM i ASSORTM:ENT OF
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS,
nd fancy uticles, will always be kept on hand,
wvhich will.be sold on reasonable terms.
January 1, 1847.
We also would inform the public, that we are
eceiving from New York and Charleston, a
plendid assortment of Goods suitable for Gen
lemen's wear. consisting in part of
Sup. black French CLOTH,
Do. blue do. do.
Do. brown do. do.
Do. black do. Doeskin CASSIMERES'
Do. do. fancy do. do.
Do. rancy check summer COATS, a large
A splendid assortment of VESTINGS,
1 fine lot of white kid Gloves, black do.
31ack satin and fancy Cravats and Scarfs,
Suspenders, silk under.Shirts and Drawers,
.otton and. woolen Drawers,
o, a variety of Goods belonging to the trade.
nich us ilILtTARY TRIMbIINGS, &c., all
f which will be sold and made up, in ajstyle that
vill please any that may favor us with their
'Q'arch 15, 1847. 3:m 9
The subscriber returns his sincere thanks to
he citizen' of the District, for the liberal man
ter in which they have siported hit in his
isiness, and h-,pes by strict attention, that
lie public may fmnd it to their advantage to con
ittue their patronage. JOIN LYON.
r E Subscriber is receiving and opening
a complete assortment of
)RY GOODS, GROCERIES AND
HARDWARE, HATS & SHOES,
which ie will sell as low as they can be bought
ir Cash. J. A. WILLIAMS.
march 24 tf - 9
H h1 E Subscriber is now receiving a splen
did Stockol.NEW GOODS at the
trick Store formerly occtpied by Presley &
irynn, consisting of all.kinds of
)RV GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD.
WARE, CROCKERY, 3HOES,
a whicti he invites his friends and the; public
a call and examine for themselves, before pur
N.IB. Goods very low for Cash.
D. C. BRYAN.
A pril 6th 1847. tr 12
rR. R OFF, whot held conditionally ati in
LEterest in the rightt of Edgefteld District,
u Ilotchakiss' Reaction Mill Whleets, (Patent)
ma ntever comtpliezd with said contdition,. thtero
hre lie holds no initerest. and has..no right te
el! or a'ae anty contract for said Whlecls.
Ve, the udersigned are thte owners, ofsaid
ighit, and atsigt putrchasad rromt anty othter,
nbess our agent. wvill not he goodl.
Air. J. T. WVEEnneR, ive authorise, witlt full
tower to act as our agent.
COTiIRAN & MOORE.
Alarcht 1, 1817. tf 6
Frott thte Phtiladelphtia Public Ledger.
AN I3MPORITANT CURE BY DR. D,
W1 E htave been infonr.ned by lairs. Mahan,
(ICa grand daughter of Gen. WVaynte.)
tat site stifreredl for a tnnber or years from
he growth of it large Goutits 'ITuitmr of the
b'hroat, wvhicht, besides great peformnit 1'ro
Iniced both a dii~liy of dlegntii-'atand of
rca:hiing. tindeed, shec savs .s pressumre.Uponl
hte windpipte was sop.- as to .prevenit her
omt sleepming~~..'t i thuet postion, and of.
unt sitfocatin,, appeared intevimabile. Shte ah-o
abored n..,er severe indisposition from Liver
y~'omtamt atnd Jannadice, with a horrible t raid
f ervoits al~citons, for which shie conitinen
ed the utse of Dr. Jayne's Alterative, wichi
to took regulrarly forsix ni seven weeks, with
nreasional doses of his Sanative Pills: arid hter
enteral health was thereby cotmpletely re-es
bishied, andu now perceiving sonic dimtiinn
on itt Ite size of th:e Goitrous Tnuitr, she
'ms qncounraiged ton pertsevere in'the misc of the
Iterative iuttil evoty vestige of the painful
titmr was etiiely removevd. WVe thitnk,
iern'foe, that such ait itmportanit remiedy
tould be mtore genierally kno.
R. S. RO BE RTS. sole Agant, at Edgefield
'.I1.. Sottth Carolina.
april 28 3t 14
-1l Ai'M WITC(JCRAFTPOUTDONg -
Mr. T. Rowand--Deair Sir-For four or
ye years I have suf~ered greatly from Rhten
mttismt in tny head, which during the last year
ecamne worse and worse. - For four or five
'eeks previous to the 15th inst., I had suffered
,ithoutt intermnission, my general health was
ochi impaired, myt dight inijiured, and tmy head
senisitive, that I coutld scarcel.) rest it tipont
me pillow. Two days sinice, a sing/c applica
sin of your "MiAGIC LOTPION," relieved me
itirely in two or three minutes. I have til.
lied it occatsionally since, arnd the sorentess is
early gone' So great antd suddcen was the
iaige, that I cain scarcely tealize that 1 amt
e samte mant.
I have also cited otte of mny Lliildreii- and a
male~ frietid of headache in two or three min-.
So great is tmy conifidenice ini the "MIAGIC
CTION" thatt I would not be withoiut a bot
e for "fiy times its cost-"
.JACOB W. SOUJDER,
.-- No. 1.50 Market sit coet.
Philadelphia. Janutary 17th. 184(6.
Preopaied anid sold Wh~olesale antd Retail, by
TI. Rowanid, 3171 Market stret.
RI. S. R OBfERTS, Agent, E.dgefield C. II.,
may 5 '3t 15
ACE &.OPEN WORK BONNETS.
[EGIHORN Braid, straw and lace BON
UNETrS, for sale by
tatare ~-iR. S. RODERTS.
Warranted to Ci re
i1E. OltuLIOL1SRPILED, I n .,
produced by local irritation, costiv.enOp *
rive stimlulauts, undue determiriatfnO
to the hemorrhoidal vessels by excessive n
or walkina. or a congestive state oftiheli,
and peculiarity of the constitutionitselda
It is usually consideredidnder threet
or varieties. as follows--Blind-Pil .
Piles, and Bleeding Piles.
This disease is so common, and so.vT
known, that a description of its symp
not deemed necessary. -
The success that has followed. .the;; s~
Embrocation in the cure of this isease
been truly astonishing. Physicians
vise their patients to try it, as the only sr
Pile Medicine .
In addition to its being a positivetst t
the Piles. it never fails to cnre.that i
RABLE ITCHING, which is so veryco ,
and has its location in the sime parts.
Read the following, from the editori&
lumns of Alexander's Weekly Messe&6 y
Found at last-A cure for the Piles;P
cians aztd Chemists have long-been.a, J
disc' ver a medicine that would cure~opo
most troublesome diseases, the Piles. S
has at last been the result. DrTA,1
PILE EM BROCATION not only. ite
bleeding. allays pain and -inflamationtsUe
that intolerable itching, but eB'ectuillyc
like a charm, and in a very short time,
whose lives have been rendered miserablei ,
For sale by R. S. ROBERtTSAgentjat
Edgefield Court House, South Caroliak
march 10 tf :
Dr. Brandrellth'8 -@"
T H E BRANDRETH'S PILLS, a a .
eral Family Medicine:'kspeilisl
contry so subject to sudden~caf
perature as this, their value is a
By having, the Brandreth's Pills a~ways1W"
hand, dhould a sudden attack of mckiess .
place. they can be given at once,
ten have effected a cure before theS p
could have arrived. -
In cholic and inflammation of the bo
these Pill will at once relieve, and p rie
ance in their use. according to th e
will surely do all that medicireliaiy
store the health of the patient:.
In all cases ofIndigestion, W rmAt~
Disjses of the Heart. and all fectiiii '
stomach and bowels, to.Brandret
tfonnd a never-failing remedy.
To insure the full benefit of thes "
Pills, they should be kept in tho.b i
upon the firstcommenceinento oi
may be at once resorted to. ' One
better than a dozen after diseai-e as bee -
established in the system. ';'
Dr. Brandreth's Principal.O
way, N. Y.;.other offiesi&nNema Yor'
07The genuine only for sale.in
District by It. Si ROBERTS; Edge~e
House, KanaRCK z TuavutnHaaberg
SaIYLEY's Store, Meeting streOetL,
EveryAgei havin the
tificate ofAgencyliguedby to
april 28 r;
T H E 'Proprietor, inan yato,
searcfiiing for .a remed jfob e~i
health which the prescripio ofitlio
filed to beniefit, to- hit upon the com,~
these Pills, and they proved enieia
ini restorinig his health. ,Theiadeo p ai~
was freely communicated to many Physiciians
untd it wams not the design of the A e~ t
they should extend beyon'd' th~e'piriyaieV
of' htiimself', anmd that of his mnediclfrild p
plicat ions for them. however, leylo
ply, and lie was advised by mnanyo 'poh
sional brethren, arid othber gentlemen,~b~
aeter and distinction, to prepare a guanti o -f
them and place them in the hands'ot rnt6 ~ -
thecary. Even this seemed inufsii
was urged to send them, by mneatifor elesde
thronghout the counitry. CaIn ad~!o g
been a comtm )t domestic ren . 1 h9fiw
scarcely a faimily in whii . mat no$tt5~i
to be found, antdin w's i tS asot usedJwita
a dleiree of freedoalom which a~welhinTorgm
ed l'hiysiciant ,tuld shrink. A stranena
ation too.demned to exist among ma4j.~~h
Facn'-.f Hardly a ease was- lirescrtbdi fr
-lthier actite or chronie, in wiilei jl? .
was tnot giveti, ini some stage of eali . -
withont fear or reflectioti; and the&fa"ir ~
still suffering fronm its pernicioiffe~'d
omnel is, without doubt, a motva6l
cine, and imn somte cases may be r
cssenmtial, hut it should not be stricke iit
list ofdomestic' remredies, arid bl~I jej
only untder the piudenit anid juiiius'iliric
of a thoughtful Physician. Upotii, ifiiinyt
Physicians and others, these Pillaeerfite~d.'d
to tie a substitute for mencurial preparatidnfin.
mm large numbier of cases, and henctbheir .opd
|arity. atnd the large demand for ths'nigThe
idea of obtainiing a Patent for them~g v
enteriainedl. nor lias it bensogt
It was believed that bay giving tlti ,p~~
forti anid circulating them thro tis~he~
thioiusands would be benefitted -fI'xV
who would. otherwise, never hear6tires
cription and never learn that a prepar giu iad
bee n componnided which renderedithedjndii.
crindinate and pernicious- us46~o
necessary. These were somep~le,
iinents whI ich led thie Inventor-o,3
to consent that they should beoeiiof
None are genuime'withitnLbe.smgnat
For sale by. Rt. S. ROBERtTS,2A ei~
field C. H,. South Carolina'. -
April 28 * 6nY 'M
I IlS excellent and infialile p t
S is reconmmiended tom the ptnblic~g
of Wormsn and fetid breath. jvel p ag~i
very little, or too great appetite,. u
ache, in fetion of thme brain, voitii~ilm
ind irrittationi ahout-the noe is
fits and convulsive twitchings ainJ
dered state of the bowels an~f
would dio well to hear inzaiind~
can be had for these danger9~
vhecn proceeding froin Worns .
>only. * .
tuarcht 31 *
A LL Persons haviti -et~
estate of Henry Gtded i
ed to present them legiily(*
indebted are requested ts~ ma
H ATS, also'Bd 4m
inetto Ihnts. for sale b~