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ifDEFBMDKKT P&B88, Abbevillo C. H. S. C., TBE#Ato,
to jnauro attention.
Iriunsat of the Widowed Inebriate.
I'm thinking on thy smile, Mary?
Thy bflght and trusting smile?
In< the morning^of our youth and love,
Ere sorrow came?or guile;
Wiia "thy- arm* twined about my neck,
And mine eyes looked in thine,
And the heart that throbbed for me alone
Was nestling close to mine 1
i see rail many a smile, Mary,
On young lips beaming bright;
And many an eye of light and love
Is flashing in ray sight
Bat the smile is not for my poor hoart,
And the eye is strange to me,
And loneliness comcs o'er my soul
When its memory turns to thee.
I'm thinking on the. night, Mary,
Tho night of grief and shame,
When with drunken ravings on my lips,
To thee I homeward came:?
O, the tear was in thine earnest eye,
And thy bosom wildly heaved,
Yet a mnila of Jove on fhw nlionlr
Though tbj heart was sorely grieved.
But the smile soon left thy lips, Mary,
And thine eye grew dim and sad,
For the tempter lured my steps from thee,
And the wine cup drove mo mad:?
From thy eheek the roses quickly Hod,
And thy ringing laugh was gone,
Tet thy heart still fondly clung to me,
And still kept trusting on.
u, my worcu were harsh to thee, Man*,
For the -wine cup made me wild;
And I ?hid theo when thine eyes were sad,
And I cursed thee when they smiled :?
God knows I loved thee even then,
But the fire was in my brain,
And the curse of drink was iu my heart,
To make my love a bane.
Twos a plakaant homo of ours, Mary,
In the spring-time of our life,
When I looked upon thy sunny faco,
Ana proudly called ttie wile;
And 'tww pleasant when our children played
Before onr cottage door:?
But the children aleep with thee, Mary,
I ne'er shall see them more!
Thou art resting in the churchyard now,
And no stone.is at thy head;
But the sexton knows a drunkard's wifo
Sleep* In that lowly bed;
And he nays the hand of God, Mary,
Will fall with crushing weight
On the WTetoh who brought thy gentle life
To ita untimely fate 1
But he knows not of the broken heart
IlMflMrithiii mv hwuf-.
Or the heavy load of vain remorse,
That -will not let me rest,
Be knows not of the sleepless nights
When dreaming of thy love,
I seem to see thine angel eyes
Look coldly from above.
I hare raised the wine onp in my hand
And the wildest strains I've sung
Till with the laagh of drunken mirth
TKAncholnir ?5r Iim ranir
But a pale and sorrowing face looked out
From the glittering cup on me,
And a trembling whisper I heard
' Hut I fancied came from thee.
Thou art slumbering La the peaceful grave,
And thy sleep is dreamless now,
But the $eal of .an un dying grief
jiton thy mourner's brow.
And my heart is chill as thine, Mary,
For the joys of life are fled,
And I long to lay my aching breast
tt no me coia ana silent detd I
Tub bestmod* or stopping Ditoheb
AWD is well known that to
fill l&rae washes and ditches with Umber or
loose brushwood, but little good is effected,
as the iwT ing water must have an outlet:
aad being obstructed, naturally seeks new
aranoca by which it flows and find? iu level.
M ... fl t ?
. jKvrojujury ww oeen aoue by attempta of
UiMifiil. nf ilninlj (tinn good. Our friend,
Chiboellor Johnston, of Newberry, baa
dunrftoi:* cheap mode of remedying the
?ri^ which. is bofco effectual and convenient
to adopt on tillod lands. It is, simply, to
- drive ? Um of stakes across the wash or
ditot^ efevj ten or fifteen feet?these stakes
ifWimM k/ Mwbojbi for want of hands to "
Prkskrvbd Tomatob.?A friend in this
city lias sent tho following recipe for preset
Ving tomatos, (a moat healthy and nutritious 1
vegetable) which places it in the power of At
every housekeeper to have upon her table ^
every day in the year a fr?n article, at a
nominal expense. "Wo have availed ourselves
of his information so kindly furnished:
"Take ripe tomatos, wash them in cold \
water, and boil them for twenty minutes;
have your cans (ot- bottles) prepared in tlie
meantime by placing them in cold water in t]"c
a boiler; pui your tomatos in the cans with fcc;
a very little salt nnd jsepper, and set the boil- Ha
er with them over a slow fire, where let. I"
them remain until the water boils, at which *!}]
timo cork nnd seal them hermetically, liy
this simple process you can have the veget- Hi,
able always ready for your table, with all i
ths freshness and flavor of the season." Nc
Pot-ku-Fku.?^lis by far the most
wholesome of all soups. Take three pounds J
of trood runio beef, or anv nart free from
bone and not too fat; put it in an cartlicn nn
fire-proof pot, witli three quarts of water, 8U|
one large carrot, two turnips, two leeks, a In'
head of celery, and one burnt onion; sea- m
son, and let the soup boil slowly, skimming ev
it from time to time, for at least five horn's;
then strain it through a fine sieve, and pour
it over thin slices of bread to serve. The cn
meat aud vegetable fnakc a dish which is afterwards
served. Thus cooked the meat be- tit
comes tender and juicy, and is excellent
I A Disgusted Tiiief.?The editor of a ail
1 newspaper in one of our Western State?, el!
while recently travelling, had his wallet ah
stractea irom 111s pocKet Dy an auroit pick- "*
pocket, while indulging in a nap. The thief I"
was bo disgusted with the result of his Uj
exploit, that he returned his plunder by ex- A
f>ress to the address written inside the wal- r?
et, with the followiug note: 1>I
"You miserable skunk, hears your pock
it book. I don't keep no Bich. Fur a man ?i
drest as well as vou was to go round with a
wallet with nutfiin in it but a lot of news- b
paper scraps, a ivury toothcome, two newspaper
stamps and a pass from a ralerode di- ~
rectur, is a contemteble impursition on the
public. As I hear your a editor, I return
your trash." |
? $ ? t
Brood Mares in Foal.?Animals in ft
tins condition should not be solely fed < u
hay, straw or fodder, &b is too often the case, t]
but should receive at least two feeds of oats
daily, in order that the materials may be w
thereby furnished to keep up the supply of
bone, muscle and flesh in the mothers, jmd
yield the wherewithal to the young to form "
it out of. Thrice a week the mare should b
receive one or two ounces of salt or the
same quantity of the salt, oyster shell lime,
and ashes mixture.
The Pfovidence Tribune savs :?Father
Howard, a Roman Catholic priest, who lived
and presided over a congregation at lludson
city, N. Y., has beon drunk for the last four
weeks, and at a funeral on the 4th of J une,
or near that time, while at the grave, fell
into it and split the cover of the coffin in
two, and was so drank that he could not get
out without help. Sunday, June 18th, he
was so drunk that they would not let him
preach, and so shut up the church.
A younger brother had espoused an old
ill tempered wife, but extremely rich.
lie used to say, " Whenever I find my
wife cross, and my own temper giving way.
1 retire to my library and console myself by
reading her marriage settlement"
Southern Quarterly Review.
THIS Periodical is the only one of its class in
the entire region of the South : and its pn- v<
ges are referred to as the beet evidence of the
ability of the South, and its capacity to give
expression to the feelings, the interests and intelligence
of this section of the country. Its
purpose is to fairly represent ourselves, and not
to misrepresent others. It aims to maintuin
the truth as we understand it, and to assert the "
intellectual quality of our section, while, at the
same time, it will free the mind of our people
from that state of literary thraldom and dependpnPV
itndai* 1 1-1 1
J nM.vu no UAVC K>u iuil^iauvmi.
We claim then, from all lovers of the South and !"
the friends of a truly home literature, that sup- ,n
port for our work which will enable us to give ~
it a free course, and thus make it eminently
worth\' of the world's admiration and our pride, n
C. MORTIMER, Pulisher. L
! Office "Southern Quarterly Review," Low ?
Range, Broad-st, Charleston S. C. \
Tho following resolution was adopted by the ni
Southern Commercial Convention, held in Char- w;
leston in April, 1854.
Resolved, That the Southern Quarterlj' Re- ?
view, published in the city of Charleston, bva
native of Virginia, and edited by one of the
Imoec distinguished literary gentlemen of tho
Sottth, being the only periodical of that character,
printed, and pubfuhed in tlie Southern y
States, and having always defended the institutions
and interests of the South, is entitled
to the patronage of the Southern people, and
this convention earnestly recommend it to their
favorable consideration.* . *
J. M. NEWBY & C0.7 a
VraOUCBALK AND EJCTAIL DEALERS IN
RE4D? MADE CLOTHINCJ, y.
UNDEB THE TJ. ?L HOTEL, ,n
J. M. Newby k Co. are now opening the largest
and beat selected Stock of Clothing ever offered _
in August*. Every arliclefor gentlemen's wear,
of the best Goods, make and finish. k
[ round At oar e?t*blfabmeht ' ri
I Aogustu, M*reh 29, 1664. 4?-6m
rpHB VoUs of the Ertate of D. F. Cleoblt, a
X deoewed^Mo noy due, ?nd bars been "T
placed in onr hejida far payment Persons T"
*goh?fc the E?t#tc, will prewnt the s?ma to xul, ^
w, IBM. ft (""A
2v?prtMng New and
the flew and Elegant Dry Goods Store of
V A It If & BVKtHAKU,
Opposite ITInsonlc Hall*
I7"E are now receiving our Spring purV
chases of rich and elegant
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
which wc take great pleasure in inviting
t Attention of all in want of Family Supplies,
ling assured that wo can offer the Greatest
rgains to be found in Augusta?
Kich Spring SILKS, elegant Wedding SILKS,
[GAN1MES, TISSUES," HA REGIES,
LILLIANTS, French .Taconets, Lawns.
Besides the largest stock to l?e found of
gh Lustred BLACK ITALIAN SILKS, tlio
nosi elegant uooas cveronerca in AiigUBtn.
w and Beautiful PARISIAN PLAIDS, of entire
new designs, with tho handsomest and
richest combinations of colors, including the
[jay, the grave, the rich, the elegant aud
RICH EMBROIDERIES of every description,
d in fact every other kind of Dry Goods
table for Indies' and Children's "Wardrobe*.
SHAWLS and MANTILLAS, of every kind,
this department will bo found some of the
CIICST EMimoIDKRKD CRAPE SHAWLS
er exhibited South of the Potomac. .
MOURN I NO GOODS, in grent variety.
American, English aud Frcncli CAUCUS, in
MANTILLA AND DRESS TRIMMINGS.
We shall be prepared to pleaso tho most faslions
taste in this difficult department, by
jeping a large stock of Trimmings constantly
HOUSEWIFE AND FAMILY GOODS.
As Irish Linens. Linen and Cotton Shectiiiffs
id Shifting!', Table Damasks, Napkins, Towlings,
Augusta Sheetings and Shirtings, Cotton Ostburga
and Georgia Stripes, at manufacturers'
Our Goods will be offered at a small advanec
ion the original cost for cash, WIlOLKSALli
ND RETAIL. They will be shown freely,
presented fairly, and submitted to the un
asscd judgment of the purchaser. Our ain:
ill be to please all classes of buyers, in style,
nalit-v and price of our goods, and in polit<
All orders, accompanied with the cash, prompt
i. lir i i>n t. iiiTitf . ? or.'
IIUCIIUVU l<>. >1 Jlltl' IV UUlVl/IIAlll'.
Augusta, Mnrcli 25, 1S54.
VEO to inform tl 10 public, that they have jus
returned from the Northern markets, witl
full and complete stock of
Sprliig Dry Goods.
Having all the facilities in the purchasing o
VII Okwvft VIIIIV u \.?CII V??|MlC?l Villi UUUlinaiHl, w
iig loavc to nssurc the public, tlmt we will al
ays keep on hand the very best order of Oood
at can be obtained, and sell tliem on as fai
:rins a>i the like quality can be purchased cithe
i this market or Charleston.
Among our stock will be found the fullowinj
Chaste and Klegaut Spring Silks;
Sewing Silks and Tissues;
Bareges and Barege DcLanes;
French Muslins and Lawns;
"White Silks, of all styles;
Black Bi*oen<1<* anil Kiltro
PJnin Block Silks, nil widths;
"White Embroidered Muslins;
Colored Dotted Muslins;
Plaid and Striped Muslins;
Swiss and Jaconet do.;
IJook and Mull do.;
White and Col'd Tnrlton Muslin*;
Crimped Evening Dresses, new style*;
Mantillas and Scarf?, entirely new;
Crape Shawls, very cheap;
White Barege and Sewing Silk Shawls;
French, American, and English Prints;
(>iiighiinu>, of all kinds;
Linen Lustres and Chainhrys;
Cheap Long Cloths and Homespuns;
Irish Linens, (own importation);
Plain Linen and Linen Drill, for Cents wear
Linen Sheeting, exceedingly cheap;
/? niiiu.1 ui ^uiwn niiceung ;
Pillow cose Linen;
40 inch I'illow euae Cotton ;
Hosiery of every description, vory chenp;
Embroideries o? every description ; soni<
Sewing Silk Mits and Gloves;
Kid and Silk Gloves;
Raw Silk and Lisle Gloves;
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, *11 kinds ;
Swiss and Jaconet Rands, very rich;
Cambric, Swiss and JaeonetTrimmings ant
Itibbon Trimmings, new styles;
Kich Bonnet and Neck Ribbons;
I.islc, Tlircml, and Linen Laces;
And n groat variety of other articles to<
amorous to mention, to which we respectfully
vitc attention. [April l-47-6m
VM. 0. PRICE ?fc CO., Tailors?Foi
tlic Spring Trade?Are constantly
nnnfncturing, and at all times well supplied
ith tho newest styles of
Clothing of all descriptions,
OATS, PANTALOONS, VESTS, SlIIRTS,
UNDERSHIRTS AKD DRAWERS,
CBAVATH, SCARFS, a LOVE*, BELTS ASD BRACES,
TIOSIERY or ALL KINDS,
RUN KB, TRAVELLING BAGS, Ac., 4c.
Toilet Furxeuiixg?Fnncy Soaps, Extracts,
oth and Hair IJrmlies, Combs, Rogers' Knives,
tears, Purses and Port Monies, Canes, UmbrelS
Hats, Caps, and every article of Gentlemen's
4SS and personal furniture.
To the Tuade?We are well supplied with
LOTUS, CASBIMERKS, VESTINGS and
RIMMING8. Cloths by tho piece, pattern or
ird, which we will sell as low mm can be bought
Now York city. WM. O. PRICE,
nr m ? **? ?
n. A. inunaiiAM.
No. 258 Broad street, Augusta, Georgia.
Augusta, March 25, 1854. 40 fcu
NEW ?PR1|V? CIOOD8.
rCU TWISTED BILKS, BAREGES AND
TISSUES, ORGANDIES, JACONETS,
BRILLIANTS, FRENCH CALICOES,
STILLER * WARREN have received a large
JLatotfk of tlie above .GOODS, wbksb, tor
rsur, *MW and vawktt, are believed to be
nvjMaaed in any market; and having b?e?
ected from the rbrJr latest importations, OW
8nd thein to be the now<*t and
HEAD QUARTERS FOR GOOD BARF
[Late J. O.
The subscriber' will keep on l?aa<l the
COACHES, KOCKAWAYS, 13AR01
To bo hnd in the State, embracing nil tlio nowes
build to order nnv kind that tuny be wanted,
Harness, double & single; Whips, Nettin
AIko, Coach maker's stock of a
?3T Jicpairittn in all it? branchex, pri
June 3, 1851. 2E.
IVa. 9 fSmnito Ttiiilrl ii?rr?.
RS. <fc SON would respectfully invite tli
Spring and Si
Manufactured by themselves expressly for
" ?tOGKTIlKR WITI
Men's F 11 r ii i
. BIIIRTS, GLOVES,
: COLI.ARB, 61'SI'EKDK
> C It A VATS, IIANDKKRI
I ' ,
Country Merchants wishing to sort up,
? varikd Stock, and at Charleston Prices.
Columbia, Oct, 20. 1853.
CHOLERA, ) vnl>
i iu iDixinM & DAfiri?r n
i i/iAiuvmr^i, J uwv mw
Also, Admirably adapted to many Dis<
of THE VIRTUES OF JACOB'S CORDIAl
? 1st. It euros the worst eases of Piarrluna.
2d. It cures the worst foron* of Dysentery.
r 3d. It cures California ur Mexican Diarrliner
4th. It relieves the severest Colic.
^ 5th. It cures Cholera Morhu?.
Ctli. It cures Cholera Infantum.
A few short Extracts fro:
"I have usc<l Jacob's Cordial in my family, i
nicnt, a valuable remedy." * IIo:
"It give* me pleasure in bciuflr ahlo to rocoi
cnoc, mid the expcrioncc of my'ncighbors ntul
to bclievo it to be all that it purports to be, vi
Wm. H. Unukh\vooi>, form
"I take groat plcnsnrc in recommending t-lii
disease.*, for which I believe it to be a sovereif
ever tried by ine." A. A. Gati.dixg
"This efficient remedy is travelling into eelc
Russia, and gaining eoiiiinendntion wherever u
?3?" For sale by Wahdlav & Lyon, Abhev
Smith, Ilodge'h Depot- F. (J. I'aiikp, Green wo
sale Agents ; and h}* the principal Merchants
Savannah, Ga., May 13, 1854.
; THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Abbeville District?In the Court of Or
In the matter of the last Will and Testa
menl of Lucy Lomax, deceased.
B A^lfllKnEAS Application lias tliis day boor
T \ nmdc to mc by James Hargrove nnc
James W. Meredith nnd Nancv his wife, soin<
of the legal heira of the snid Lucy Lorn a x, rc
quiring tlio paper purporting to contain liei
lost will and testament to be proved in "dut
. form of law": Therefore, notice is hereby giver
to Ephraim Knight, and others, cliildrcn'of Bet
sey Kniglit, to bo and appear before mo, eitlioi
in person or attorney, at a Court of Ordinary
for Abbeville District, to be held aj. Abbeville
C. H., on Friday, the twenty-ninth Seplembei
' next, at which time and nlacc the vnlidifv ?i
r the snid paper will be tried.
Given under my liand nnd seal of office, this
the 23d June, A. 1>. 1854.
? 4 WILLIAM HILL, 0. A. D.
j ' July 1 8m
' THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
j ABBEVILLE DISTRICT.?IN EQUITY.
David Kellnr, Adin'r of 1
D. M. Bass, dee'd, I Bill to marshall acre.
f . count*, assets, Ac.
Dr. Isaac Branch ot al. J
BY Order of the Court of Equity, all creditors
of the estate of the late I). M? Bass,
M. D., deceased, are hereby notified to present
??--!- * * -
.Uu votuuiidii vucir uuriinnas against the same,
l>efore the Commissioner in Equity, on or before
the twenty-fifth day of September next
They will herein fail not, at their peril.
II. A. J03E* a E. A, X>.
Commissioner's Office, Jun;. ^ V
I^HE kin. I rod, creditor#, and all whom it may
. concern will take notice, that a final set
tlementof the Estate of Tliomns G. Norrell deceased,
will take place in the Ordinary's office,
at Abbeville Court Honse, on the twenty-fourth
day of August next; and in the mean time, it
u expected that all demands will be rendered
w ? JUUN SADLER, Adtn'r.
May 2 itli 1851. , 55 3m
Owe Haadred Thousand 11m.
R ACM wanted lit Kerr's Grocery Store,
Abbeville. C. H. Any kind, of clean Cotton or
Woollen lUgs will be token at a fair' price in
expunge for Goods.
July SO, 18M. ' (t
I'wii >* *' ' *&*** ? 1111 r'pi*p .
IIAQES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION! M
Thornton.] * reel
: largest and most elegant assortment of
JGIIES, BUGGIES, GIGS, SULKIES, ?f
WAGONS, &c., "d
t styles and latest fashions of the day, and will crt
in the most superb and durable manner. Also, ,
gs, Buggy Umbrellas, Horse Blankets, <to. ]m
ill kind<< oil hand for ?alc low. wi
nnptly and faithfully done, at low prices. tin
: warranted. <ff-3 * Sc
1 ly he
ELD & SOU, S
AND RETAIL % Ji
T ABLISHMENT, r.
Columbia, South Carolina. ^
ic attention of tlic public to tbcir EXTENSIVE
tailiiici* Clothing:, K;
I A T.AUGE STOCK OF? W
s li i ik g Goods: |!
118, CARPET BAGS, ' d<
GOWNS, MONEY HEI.T8, j[(
will lind, at tliU Establishment, a large nnil o>
SEEN REMEDY. ?
ALL fCHOLERA MORBUS '
J BILIOUS OHOLIO, I(
1SEASES. ( CHOLERA INFANTUM. Jj
jases of Females?most especially Painful [f
. ARE TOO WELL KNOWN TO REQUIRE
J Vtli. It euros painful Menstruation. ^
out. n relieves pain in liaek and Loins.
i. 9th. It counteracts Nervousnoss and Despon10t.li.
It restores Irregularities. [dcncy. "
lltli. 11 ilupels (iIiioriv A Ilfitcrical Feeling.
12th. It's mi admirable Tonic. n(
m Letters, Testimonials, &o. k,
\nd have found it n most efficient and in my judg- &
ii. Hiram Warnf.ii, Judge of Supreme Court, lis. cn
nmerul Jacob's Cordial?mj- own porsonnl experifriends
around me, is a sufficient guarantee for mtf' ni
z: a fovcreifln retnedy." ~ Je
erly Judge of Superior Courts Cherokee Circuit. fj
s invaluable inedicino to all afflicted with bowel n<
?n remedy?decidedly superior to any thing else mi
i, Deputy"0. M. of the Grand I.oilgc of Georgia.
ibrity as fust nslionnptirtc pushed his columns into ,1;,
9cu. ?wore/ia drjjereonimi, JUay 1DM, 1853. |ille;
John Smith, Colceabury; Roberts, Adams ?t
ad. Il.ivii.Axn, Harrai. ?fcCo., Charleston, Wholeanil
Druggists throughout the State. J;
W1I. W. BLISS <t CO.,"Proprietor9. ,
AfflERICAW HOTEL. A
. HAMBURG, S. C.
1M THE undersigned takes this meth-^Sj^V Bt
od of returning thanks for the liberal IBiill Pn
patronage heretofore given to his HOUSE, and be
of informing his friontls and the travelling pub Co
lllV flint lid ?t!ll l*AAI\0 AltA? *1... r .1.1 It t . ^
o mv Mwiuusiiiuent lit
1: for tUeir accommodation. En
;! Having rc-fitted the Building, furnished the lei
" i Rooms with new niul convenient Furniture, and
[! having a set of well drilled servants, an expc- ?
;! ricnced Caterer nnd Cooke, his Table will bo
' spread with the best tho market affords. By rt
\ these, and his own personal attention, he hopes J
to givo general satisfaction to those who favor to
[ him witli their companj-. ~0
; . lie is pleased also to apnonnce that Mr. Jojim ga:
. A. Houston has just completed largo and Com- in
modious S TABLES and CARRIAGE HOUSE in. fni
connection with the HOTEL, and will takespe- mi
1 cial charge of that deparment; and will be pre- bu
Enrcd to accommodate tho public with Saddle
[orses, Hacks and Carriages of all descriptions, or
on hire; and travellers will be conveyed with nil
uoepaiuu to any part or the surroundmg country
on reasonable terms.
IIo has also largo and convenient LOTS, for ]
the accommodation of Traders and Stock Dri- ?
j vcrwho aro specially invited to call.
Hamburg, S. CL, May 13, 1854. 68-3m |
New and Wonderful Machine, cd
WILLIAM STODDARD, Proprietor. lan
rIMIE Subscriber having purchased the Right arc
X for tho State ?f South Carolina in tho only au<
Machine now invented, for RIFTING and am
SHAVING SHINGLES. BARREL HEAPING, go]
-<5?c . is vtogSiutO too flight of the Districts. ev<
or etnprie Machine?, at prices sufficiently low t<v i
make it on Inducement for puhshaiwifs. ?<
The Machine Wing simple iftita COBltfttW Qol
and not lUblo to get out o? order, is eapaW; pn(
of Splitting and e)ha?ing Two Thousand Shingles
per hour?better than made by band. It A
ta portable, and can bo worked by band, horse or
steam power. Ten to fifteen days work of a "
Maeliino will make enough Shingle* to pay the *5J3
price asked for a single one. . JL
Large inducements are offered lo person* wish- of 1
ing to purchaso tbe right of several I)wtrict*.-r- &L
One of the Machines can be seen in operation REL
in ??a rs*? * i- -*'*** ~ ""
ftgMKiTSU I ' & VSTi '%
Hninbmtr. & C.. April raf LA3jf-li ?
EPICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS?^1
fhen tho R. R. R. Theory was first deelirt?e<J
ho world, skeptical persons doubted itsrcor.ncss,
and looked with distrust on the remei
it possessed. Others, however, struck witll
originality of its views and conceeding merit
..v .,?v.ic juccu 10 iry it *na reraes
bore out in practice what wns claimed for
In in theory. A third class differing from
others and perhaps more numerous, \yithout
isidcing for n moment any merit they might
entitled to, tried them, merely as a venture,
wing out of n desire for something new..
> arc satisfied with the result, for the publie
i received the benefit nnd R. R. R. Theory:
i triumphed. Not a day passes that we doi
have admission from some hitherto unbevcr
that their skepticism wins unfounded and
ivinced by readiug our Family Friend, hare
jved by their own experience, the infallibility
our medicines.. Not a dny passes that we dotreccivc
grateful testimonials of cures effectby
these Medicines. " I was seized with ?
imps onu spasms last night says one, and hadnot
bfien for Rnduway's Ready Relief I should i
ve died with the pain." Another soys, "my
fe was slowly sinking with nn affection of'
b Lungs and my neighbor was suffering fromrofula,?I
have seen them both resto#>d to*
nlth by Rad way's Renovating RcsolvcuL.
third stiy, " Radway's Regulators have eniwp!
s of habitual costivcncss that was the buttLon* V
my life." Such arc the characteristic
ani'als wc dailj- recivc of the R. R. R. IleW-.tv
Uahwav'u 1? p itiv T?unrr (Ka
w - ?> ?" t mv uiov VI VUU IV.' *'
11. remedies, is tlic most qnick nnd onfc rctrf'
ly that has ever Vet hecn discovered for
slant relief of nil ACUTE Oil
\INS. It is a ccrtnia diseafcctant nnd will
tutrali'^ the most violent poisons of Malignant
pidemies. If the human Oj'oiem is Miz<kl with
i0 virulence of Cliolera, Hmnll-Pox, Ship Fe- "
>r, Pnoumonin? or other futnl poisons, Rnday's
Ready llolicf used in connection withad
way's Regulators, will cheek the violence of
>c disease, neutralize the infection, nnd will
it only protect the system against sudden
}atll- l>ut will rpstnpc llio Vuvlir tn JionUl. >?I
rength. We make this assertion boldly, and
any Physician or Chemist doubts the great
nver wlneb we elrffm for our Heady Relief,
,*er innlignant pains, let them examine it and
st it, it will bear the test. ' J _
Pains stopped in a few minutes. Hie moment
ndway's Heady Relief is applied to tlie part*
Hictod with rheumatic pains, whether it o? in
ic knee joint, the arms, logs, feet or loins all, .
lin and anguish ceascs.
CmrrLED for twkxtt YE.vn?. Mr. Cliarles Jf.
dmslon, Nashville, was crippled with a chronic
icumntism for twentr vpnra Ho ?.?
J "" I'fV.WKU
om J. M. Zimmerman one bottle of ltea<fo- He- ef,
and one box of Regulators. The Kcadv
elief was applied as soon ns it was obtained.
In twenty minute* lie was free frojn pain ;
In tieenty-four hours lie could stand alone; 1
In four day* lie could walk alone.
y the use of the Resolvent, Relief and Rega- ,
tors, in one month lie was entirely cured.
A lady aged 85, had been crippled for years,
>uld not raw? her band to her head. .One bote
of R. 11. Relief removed all pain and stiffjss,
created new li(jp within lier disabled body,
stored each limb and joint to a strong rigoris
and henltby condition. The lady is well
lown in Asheville, N. C. Thoroa* Vf. Atkin,
)<]., editor of the Asheville JVra*, published the
so in his paper on the 13th of'October 1859.
Scwden Attacks. Cram^tXxd Spasms. Fflt
I internal difficulties, where the patient is ?udnIv
seized with C;. mpa, Spasms, Diarrhoea,
lolera Morbus, one teaspooiiful of Radwav's
:ndy Relief will in fifteen minute* allay the ?st
Fever and A que. La biphase afflicted with this
stressing malady take.Rndway's Ready Re- ^
i internally, n tcnspodrtful every fifteen mines
tUrce hours-before the chilla come on, and .
lose of Regulators every night; nlso, rub^tljo
ino of the back down with Ready RelifcC^lt
II entirety cure and prevent the system against
Ciio and Fever.
In cases of Bum?, Scald*, Bruise?, Strains,
rains, Bad Swelling*, Heart Bum, Sour Stonili,
Sick Headache, Rndway's Ready Relief
11 remove all pain in a few minutes.
For sale by Wardlaw A Lyon, Abbeville;
mtwriglit <fc Barkiiloo, Columbia; Dr..P. O.
irks,Greenwood; Beach <fc Brownson, Ncwrry;
J. ?fc II. Folk, Pomona; Dr. F. F. Qwjfc- v
ikesbury; J. W. Taylor, Anderson; Lewis ibji 1
ix, Belton; M. B. Enrlc A Co, Greenville;
irlo Will!? ?
?, viiumi, >t iiumnson; David Kib ,
Frog Level. RADWAY ?fe CO., X. York.
May 13, 1854. 83
piIE subscribers, Loving li?d nine year? ex- <
L pcrience, nnd given universal satisfaction
their patrons, being now fully prepared with
oil machinery and the best of workmen, feel
fe in saying to tho Cgtton Planter* in general
this and tue adjoining States, that they cm t
rnish them with the best COTTON GINS now ,
ide, Tliey corild offer a host of certificate*,
t believing the warrantee to be sufficient, they
11 say, send on vour orders through the mail
their agent*, -who will visit.tbe most, if not '~i
tho Flantcrs in renaonnlil-'K*.? '-t-i
f- vwuiwh 5
fl. II. & WM. 0GLK8BY, *
Elbert on, Elbert county, Ga. -"
Feb. 4 89 ly .
AUSTRALIA IK HABKKt! t
OFFER for sale B6 aeree of LATST>, more or ' f
less, lying on the Snake Road,.eight utile*
J a half from Abbeville Court House, boundby
lands of Samnet- Jordan, PatriekMcCosi
and Thomas Thomson. Twen^y-flre urn ?;
> cleared and in good cultivation. The J)?l:o
has good timber on it A dwelling botue ' ?
1 out building* on it. This laad lift in the '<]
d region, ana bM one of the rfcfcrtt rdto J
>r discovered tn tM? n/inntw
W wishing to bey. arc invited (d'^ll WB
1 exnmino it I int?nd to ntovu ^rjiati&i
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