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Frp*n the Bouthvm Patriot.
, The two Bogs?A Fable.
Two neighboring dogs, when dogs could talk,
Agreed to take an evening walk;
And as thoy sauntered liero and there,
Thustpoke the moralising pair:
"Haw comes it, eotuin," said the one,
"That after all that I hove done.
In faithful watching day and night,
And putting thieves nod rogues to flight.
I scarce can get a pleasant word, ' |
Or e*fch a look of kind regard?
While you, a little idle wight,
Sleep soundl}- on a rug at night,
And eat and drink, ftrttl romp and play,
Amongst the children aXLtho doy;
Yen, e'en 'tie said, your master's hand,
Clasped 'round your ncclc"that pretty band!"
This said, the favored and caressed
In courtly phrase himself exprossed:
'Alas I my friend, your honest facc *
tTnfits you for a lof^y place ;
Your faithfulness is e'en a curse,
And only makes your prospects \jrorse ;
And to be plain, I fear you'll die
In that same shed you occupy.
'Tis therefore needle** to disclose
The ways and means by which I rose.
And yet it may not bo too lato
To mend your ways and change your state.
"Instead of truth and honesty,
I practised guile ttmi flattery ;
The greatest knaves I make my friends
If tbej can bat advance my end?,
And in the kitcken, court and hull,
Have pleasant words and looks for all;
I wag my tail whene'er I meet
A genteel stranger in the street,
And make obedience as I pass,
E'en to'old neighbor Grime's ass"
Enotigh, enough," his friend replied,
With B99.wling look and noble pride?
"Still let me cat my crust of breud,
tt j < -- ??i- i
wnvaicu iur iu uiy luwiy tjueu,
And 1st me breathe my dying groan,
Neglected, alighted and ttnknown,
Bcf or?l<haiigt my honetly,
For cunning and duplicity."
Apply your fable, aomc may eny.
Give qb the moral, air, we pray !
'Tis needless, sirs, do you not see
. How ^rascals strut in dignity,
While plain and honest men arc crushed,
A$d troden in the very dust!
. k; i Peter Pleasant.
The Polly Tishun.
Broil tor Eraetus Arlington Bennett
Cowsboot Loughoel Las been occupying
the pulpit of Julius Caesar Hannibal, in tiic
New York Picayune, for the week past.
"A polly tisfeupi has no opiuions op his
own v oe am like.'a straw, hold him up and
he'll pint which ebber way de wind ob popular
pinion blows him. If a plat.form
breaks down it don't hurt liiui, for ho is lik*s i
a cat Uiat allera lites on ita feci; an' be runs I
up on another wtin and hooraha oa ef he I
alters belong there. Tween lecsbun times
be u quiet ^iuff, like an old coon asleep on
de top ob a hollow tree, libin on hi* fat;
lccshuu kums, he gets lively like
frogs in do' spring. Then lie gits a bank
note changed into Bucpensca, put pus to
spend for treats wid ebbcry body, lie
.wears-an old hat to look liko a wurkin'
man, an1 he pot patches on his kne*-*. TI.>
tnakea bis arms sore, shaking bauds wid
ebbeiy body, aud tends to bo 'ticulur 'bout
de heif ob your wife and children. He is ;us
sly as a possum; see hhn wid a ligious roan,
an' he'll look and talk like a minister in a
camp meetin'; meet liim half an hour a?ter
talkin' to sum wild feller, and you'll bear
words dat, ef dey unit swearin, 6oun'very
much like cussing.
Hts natera! home is de top of n stump and
he keeps to it bo long surnames, dat he
HNicsMU Ds'd growd dar?an'no doubt it
would bo a good ting ef be did. But he bates
to gi^ off it, kase when be cuius down,
bo's no bigger den odder pepil,pn' not a bit'
better nutber. On it be gits as noisy as a
wind mill; be is driv by de same power?
wStA. Wbeu be taulk* an' rites he alters
picket de longest words out ob tbe dickahunary,
to leaver up bis ideas like wid a
blanket-; an^nt .'peers as if dough be was
at panes to tuckde words in, under and all
roundsbistbougbta, so dat no wun can see
'em,e?fcragotemiy.wicb many pepil dout
-^-an1 Widgood Or if be ever let*
eony nun Tilw TTTHEih in ?ch a drew dat
li^ra^ in ^ dere pinion*,
. r, Wi?
De pollylisliun am a* spry as de cat, as
?unniu' as tie fox, as sly as de possum, an*
as wexious as de akuuk. Ef enny of cus
congrcgashuu tries to be polly-tishun, Til
fotch hun up 'fore de whole congregnahun.
nud blige him to fess de error ob Tiis ways."
Look before you Kiok.
A minister in one of our orthodox church u
wltila nn liiu ium> - ' ' '
????V VM MW IV |FVC<u;iA IX lUIlUntlj
sermon iu the country, called to see one of liiHT
members, an old \vulov\ lady, who lived near'
the road he was travelling. The old fady |
bad just been making sausagis, and she felt
proud of them, they were bo plump, round
and sweet. Of course she insisted on bur
minister taking some ofthu links home to
his fnuiily. lie objected on account of his
not having his portmanteau along. This
objection was soon overruled, and tho old
ludv alter wrapping them up in a rag, carefi.ltlr
."'V ?* I'UIIUIV ail vuv.il Ui iilf
preacher's capacious coat. Tims equipped,
i;e started for thy funeral.
While attending to tlic solemn ceremonies
of the grave, some hungry dog* scented
; the sausages, and were not long in tracking
them to the pockets of the good mans
overcoat. Of course thin was n great annoyance,
and lie was several times under
the necessity of kicking these whelps away.
The obsequies at the grave completed, the
congregation repaired to the church where
thctur.eial discourse was to he preached.
After ihcsermon was finished, the minister
halted to make soiuo remai'ks to the congregation,
when a brother, who wished to
have an appointment given out, ascended
the step* ot the pulpit, nn<i tlie minister's
coat a hitch, to pet his attention. The
divine thinking it a dog having a design
upon his pocket, raised his foot, gave a sad
den kick and sent the good brother sprawling
to the steps.
44 You will excuse me, brethren and sisters'."said
the minister, confused, and without
looking nt the work ho had just done,
u for I could not avoid it. I have sausages
in my pocket, mid that di g has Leon trying
to grab them ever since I came upon the
Your readers may judge of the effect such
an announcement woukl have upon a funeral.?
Uermantown (P".) Emporium.
A Clap of Thcndek kuom a Cloudless
Sky.?An iiitciestin<iscene took place at
the Presbyterian Church on Sunday last.?
'i'ho day was very sultry. Mr. Bryant had
completed his morning sermon, the h:st
hymn was sung, the blessing was pronounced,
and as Allien passed his lips a clap of
thunder electrified the whole congregation.
All stood for a moment amazed, gazing at
each other with astonishment. Some supposed
a gun was discharged at the insiant,
for the report was something like a powder
explosion. Others supposed the rod of the
church was struck There was no cloud
hanging over or near, and the sun was slii
ning brightly. There was a cloud apparently
about six miles to the northward,
from which lightning undoubtedly shot oft*
and descended near tbe river above the old
bridge.?If ilia (Mick.) Republican.
]Sot long ago a distinguished divine of
Boston was walking with a friend past n new
church, in which another distinguished divine
is the spiritual shepherd.
Said the friend to thu I\ 1)^ looking up
at the epire, which was very tall, and not
yet finished, u How much higher is that
j going to b? I"
j "Not inu-.ii," said the D. D., with a sly
,?>lyjn, " tliey don't own very far in that dir? clIoii."
Distinguished divines, like I>.'s beadles,
are after all but human.
Two venders of liquor in New Orleans
J have been fined $800 each for selliug liquor
j to slaves.
Southern Quarterly Review.
TI1I3 Periodical la the only one of iUoIojj >u
the entire region of the bouth : and its pagi?
are referred to aa the best evidence of the
ability of the South, and its capacity to givo
expression to the feeling the interest* ni.d intelligence
of this section of the eountry. Its
purpose is to fairly represent ourselves, and not
to misrepresent others. It aims to maintain
the truth as we understand it, and to assert the
intellectual quality of our section, while, at the
roine time, it will free the mind of our people
from tlir.t utato of literary thraldom nnd dependency
uudcr which we have too long labored.
We claim then, Cr;>m all lovers of the South nnd
the fi iemlb of ? truly home literature, that Blipport
for our work which will enable us to give
it n free course, and thus make it eminently
worthy of the world's admiration and our pi Jo.
C. MORTIMER, Pnlidier.
Office "Southern Quarterly Review," I,aw
| Range, Broad-et., Charleston C.
i The following resolution was adopted by the
Southern Commercial Convention, held in Charleston
in April, 1364.
Resolved That the Southern Quarterly Review,
published in the city of Charleston, by a
native of Virginia, and edited by one of the
most distinguished literary gentlemen of tho
South, being the only periodical of that character,
printed and published in Ihe Sonthem
J 1 ---*
^w.irts uiju oaving nlwnys defended tho institutions
and interests of the rioutfi, iff entitled i
to the patronage of the .Southern people. And
this convention earnestly reeonunendit tothoir
J. M. NEWBY & CO.,
WOOLXSAtX AND RETAIL DXALEBA 151
READY SIAOG CI,OTHlIY?,
UNDER THE U. & HOTEL,
J. M. Nowby A Co. Art now opening th? largest
and best selected Stock _of Clothing er^r offered
iuauKuh . r.v?y article for geutlemen'a wear,
of tli? boat Good*, make and finish, cm be
found At oar ?atabliabm?nk '
August*, March *0, lbUS ' r 4?-?ni \
' " ..u. - ' > ,'v, (
HPHE Note* of the EsUto of 0. F. Cliczlt,
jUQUSTA ADYERTISEI^TS. ,) "
Everything New and Freth.
to the New and Elegant Dry Goods Store or
WARD & BURCHAKO,
* Opposite masonic Hall.
WE nre now receiving our Spring pur
elinaes of rich and elegant
& SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
to which vp take great pleasure in inviting
tlie attention of all in want of Family Supplies, |
I'.vliug assured that we can offer the Greatest!
Hw xmns to be found in Augusta?
In Kicli Spring SILKS, elegant Wedding SILKS, !
OUGANDIlH TISSUES," B AREGliS,
BRIL1.I ANTS, French Jaconets, Lawns.
Besides the lurgest stock to he found of
High Lustred BLACK ITALIAN SILKS, the
most elegant Goods ever offered in Augusta.
New and Beautiful PARISIAN PLAIDS, of entire
new designs, with the handsomest and
richest. combinations of color*, including the "j
gny, the grave, the rich, the elegant and
RICH EMBROIDERIES of every description,
nnd in fact, every other kind of Dry Goods
Huitnble for Ladies' and Children's Wardrobes.
SHAWLS and MANTILLAS, of every kind,
in this department will he found som<? ?f lhc
RICHEST EMBROIDERED CRArE SHAWLS
ever exhibited South of the Potomac.
MOURNING GOODS, in great var'<^yAmerican,
English and French GAL'COS, in
MANTILLA AND DRESS TRIMMING^We
shall be prepared to please the most ^',9*
lid ion s taste in this difficult department, by
keeping a large stock of Trimmings constantly
HOUSEWIFE AND FAMILY GOODS.
As Irish Linens, Linen and Cotton Sheetings
and Shirtiners. Table Damasks. Xmtkinn. Tow
Augusta SVioatinus and Shirtings, Cotton Osnaburgs
and Georgia 8tripen, at manufacturers'
Our Goods will be offered at a small advance
upon the original eo?t for cash, WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL. They will be shown freely,
represented fairly, and submitted to the unbiassed
judgment of the purchaser. Our aim
will be to please all classes of buyers, in style,
quality and price of our goods, and in polite
All orders, accompanied with the cosh, prompt
ly attended to. WARD ?fc BURC1IARD.
Augusta, March 25, 1854.
* GRAY BROTHERS,
BEG to inform the public, (hat they hove just
returned from the Northern markets, with
a full and complete stuck of
Spring Dry Goods.
Having all the facilities in the purchasing of
their stock that a cash capitul enn commnntl, we
beg leave to assure the public, that we will always
keep on hand the very best order of Goods
that can be obtained, and sell thein on as fair
terms as the like quality con be purchnsed either
in this market or Charleston.
Among our stock will be found the following
Chnslc and Elegant Spring Silks;
Hewing Silks and Tissues; Ji? * ,
Bareges and Barege PcLancs;
French Muslins and Lawns;
White Silks, of all styles;
j>iacK urocnue nna \val?recl Silks;
l'lnia Black Silks, nil widths;
White Embroidered Muslins;
Colored Dotted Muslins;
Plaid and Striped Muslins;
Swiss and Jaconet do.;
Book and Mull do.;
White and Col'd Tarltou Muslins;
Crimped Evening Dresses, new styles;
Mantillas and Scarf*, entirely new;
Crape Shawls, very cheap;
White Barege and Sewing Silk Shawls;
French, American, and English I'rints;
Gingham*, of all kinds;
T inoi. I .../I f'l 1
Cheap Long Cloths ar.d Homespuns;
Irirth Linens, (own importation);
Plain Linen ami Linen Drill, for Gents wear;
Linen Sheeting, exceedingly cheap;
All kin is of Cotton Sheeting ;
Pillow ca^e Linen; '
40 inch Pillow case Cotton ;
Hosiery of evc-rv description, very cheap;
Embroideries of every description ; some
Sewing Silk Mits and Gloves;
Kid und Silk Gloves ;
Itaw Silk and Lisle Gloves;
I Linen Cambrin Daiidkercbiefs, all kihds;
r>wiR8 and Jaconet 15and?, very rioh;
Cambric, Stria* M>d Jaconet Trimming* and
Insertion; - .. jj ,
Ribbon Trimming*, new styles;
Ki.h Bonnet and Keck Ribbons;
Lisle, Thread, nnd Linen Laces;
And a great variety of other articles too
numerou* to mentiop, to which we respectfully
invite attention. ^April l-47-6m
\\7M. O. PRICE <fc CO., Tailobs?For
? ? the Spring Trade?Are constantly
manufacturing, and at all tiuks well supplied
with the newest styles of
Olothinr of all dn*r;HnHrm?
COATS, PANTALOONS, VESTS, ~SHINTS, ]
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWBR8,
CRAVATS, SCARFS, GLOVKS, BELTS AND BRACE*,
HOSIERY OF ALL KINDS, v . j
TRUNKS. TRAVELLING BAGS, Ac., Ac. i
Toilet FindrwaiNO?Fancy Roup*, Extracts, 1
Cloth and Hair Brushes, Combs, Rogers' Knives,
Shears, Purees and Port Monies, Canes, Umbrellas,
Hats, Caps, and every article of Gentlemen's <
dress and personal furniture.
To the Trade?We are well supplied with
CLOTHS, OASBIMERES, VESTING8 and *
TRIMMINGS. Cloths by the piece, pattern or
yard, which we will sell as low as can oe bought t
m New York city. WM. O. PRICE, c
W T ivnniaiu
No. 288 Broad street, Augusta, Georgia." c
Augusta, March 25, 1854. 48~6m i
NEW SPRIN& 600D8. "
JtI???&,iSTZ1> Mlka, bareges AND '
PBOANpTES. JACONETS. a
FRENCH OAZJ: \
GOODS, which, fcr e
?* bdkfed to bo
v " . > 'fi '
: *4- * ., ,,,^
HEAD QUARTERS FOR ROOD CARRIAS
[Late jr. ?. Th<
Tlic subscriber will kpon on hnnif thn litro
COACHES, ROCKANVAYS, BAROUGH
'o be bad in the State, embracing all tho newest ?ty
build to order any kind that may be wanted, in tn<
larness, doable & single; Wlxlps, Nettings, 3
Also, Coachmaker'i stock, of all 1
Repairing in all it* branches, promptl
Igf All H ork icai
June 3, 1854. 2-4
CLOTHING EST I
Wo. 3 Granite Buildings, Col
RS. <fc SON would respectfully invite the at1
Spring and Sumi
Manufactured by themselves expressly' for this
TOUETIIKR Wrri! A L
8TOCK8, DRESSING GCM
Country Merchants winiiing to sort up, wil
v.\RiF.n St4>ck, ond at Charleston Prices.
Columbia, Oct, 20. 1853.
CHOLERA, ) FOU ALL
DIARR1KEA, ) BOWEL DISS
AliA Admirillllv adantaA mant# iliaoitax
J ? J
THE VIRTUES OF JACOB'S CORDIAL ARI
lot. It euros tho worst eases of Diarrhoea.
2d. It cures the wor#t form* of Dysentery.
3d. It curcs California or Mcxieau Diarrhuea.
4tli. It relieves the severest Colie.
6th. It cures Cholera Morhu?.
6th. It cures Cholera Iiifaiituin.
A few short Extracts from ]
"I have used Jacob's Cordial in my family, nnd 1
mcnt, a valuable remedy." Hon. Ill
"It gives me pleasure in being able to rccoininc
once, and the experience of my neighbor* and frien
to bclicvo it to bo nil that it purports to be, viz: a
Wm. H. UNUKttwoon, formerly
"I take great pleasure in recommending this inv
disease*, for which I believe it to be a sovereign re
ever tried by me." A. A. Oai'ldino, I)e
"This efficient remedy is travelling into celebrit'
Russia, and guiuing commendation wherever used.'
t^T"F??r sale by Wardlaw <fc Lyon, Abbeville;
Sxistii, Hodge's T)ei>ot. F. G. Parks, Greenwood,
sale Agents; and by the principal Merchants and
Savannah. Ga.. Mav 1:4
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Abbeville District.?In the Court of Ordinary,
In the matter of the (ast Will and Testa- 5
inent of Lucy Lomax, deceased.
"V*7"HEIIEAS Application has this day been ijc
V T mode to me l?y James Hargrove nnd f01
Jmnes W. Meredith and Nancy his wife, some
of the legal heirs of the said Lucy Lomax, requirinsj
the paper purporting to contain her jla
last will and testament to be proved in "due rj(
form of Iaw1*! Th/>ri?fnro nnh'?a m :
...... - loncituj Cl?<-'ll |p
to Ephraim Knight, and otbera, children of Betmsy
KuigUt, to b* and appear before mc, either
in pmoix or attorney, at a. Court of Ordinary, u:,
for Abbeville District, to bo held At Abbeville
C. H., on Friday, the twenty-ninth September ^
next, at which time and placc the validity of m*
the said paper will be tried.
Given under mv hand and seal of oflRe*, this c;a
the 23?1 June, A. 1\ 1854. DW1M.IAM
HILL, 0. A. 2>. *t;
Jub' 1 8m on
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ABBEVILLE DISTRICT.?IN EQUITY. ]
David Kellar, Adm'r of ") tin
D. M. Basts dee'd, [ Bill to marshall ac-1 vci
vs. f counts, asset*, <te.
Dr. Ianao Branch ?t at. J 1
BY Order of the Court of Equity, all credi- ?
tors of the estate of the late D. M. Unas,
SJ. D., deceased, arc hereby notified to present
ind establish their demands against tho same, 'T
>eforo the Commissioner in Equity, aa or be- -*
'ore the twenty-fifth day of September next Ms
They will herein fail not, at their peril. SH
1L A. JONE& C. B. A. D. Ae
Commissioner's Office, June 20. 1854. 1 or
rHE kindred, creditors, and nil whom it may
concern will take notice, that 4 find aefc ?:
lenient of the Katatc of Thomas G. fiorrell de- 9le
teased, ^>11 take place in the Ordinary's office.
it Abbeville Conrt House, oa the twenty-fourth J'
lay of Auanat next; and in the ibean time, it ~7
* expected that all demands will be rendered "J
ip to JOHN SADLER, AdmV . *
May 24th 1M4. ' 65 8m . Jy?
Baca Wonted- !n
r\?e' Hnndrod TfeHMMa&A Ibc,
Lr BAGS wanted at Kerr'u Orocwy Store, ??
Ibbevilla, 0. ft , Any kji?d of oltma Cottoa or ^
WlriaUj ?ad Paaofc anoidy.
Fwiafett V<i-V^>, .Jaw ' -I i JTm lUl*W ^IH1]
ES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION! 1
est and most elegant assortment of
ES, BUGOIES, GIGS, SULKIES, ?
kGONS, Ac, "
les and latest fashions of the day, and will e
e most Buperb and durable manner. Also,
Jaggy Umbrella*, Horse Blanket*, Ac. j,
lindt on hand for nale low. *
y and faithfully done, at luxe price*. ti
ranted. Sri &
0 &: SON, ;
fD RETAIL <3
lumbla, 8ontb Carolina.
;cntion of the public to their EXTENSIVE '
mer Clothing, J
.ARGE RTOCK OF
II <r tl n n <t c I
- -- r? " " " " " (
CARPET BAGS, <
K8, VAI.IBES, !
VNS, MONEY BELTS, '
11 find, at this Establishment, a large and <
SJRJ? RMMIDT. !
( CHOLERA MORBUS, 1
_ J BILIOUS CHOLIC,
.ABES. ( CHOLERA INFANTUM. ]
i of Females?most especially Painful j
E TOO WELL KNOWN TO REQUIRE
7tl>. It cures painful Menstruation. j
8th. It relieves pain in Back and Loins.
9th. It counteracts Ncrvousnoss and Despon10th.
It restores Irregularities. [deucy. '
11 tli. It dispels Gloomy & Hysterical Feelings. 1
12th. It's an admirable Tonic.
Letters, Testimonials, &c. j
iave found it a most efficient and in my judgkam
Warner, Judge of Supreme Court, Ga. <
nd Jacob's Cordial?my own personal expends
around me, is a sufficient guarantee for mo ,
tovrrcign remedy." ,
Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee Circuit. i
aluablc medicine to all afflicted with bowel
medy?dccidedly superior to any thing else (
puty O. M. of the Grand Lodge of Georgia.
y as fast an Bonaparte pushed his columns into
'?Geortjia Jrffertonian. Mau 1 Qih. irks.
John Smith, Cokeabury; Roberto, Adams &
Havilajcd, IIarral ACo., Charleston, WholeDruggists
throughout tho State.
WM. W. BLISS & CO., Proprietors.
HAMBURG. S. C.
tTIIE undersigned takes this raetb-'flMr
od of returning thanks for the liberal JolL 1
tronagc heretofore given to Itis HOUSE, and 1
informing his friends and the travelling pub I
, that lie still keeps open the Establishment <
f their accommodation.
Having re fitted the Building, furnished tbc 1
joins with new and convenient Furniture, And
iving a set of well drilled servants, an expemced
Caterer and Cooks, his Table will be
read with the beat the market affnr.1* ti., ,
ese, and bis own personal attention, he hopes
give general satisfaction to those who favor ;
m with thoir company. ,
He is pleased also to announce that Mr. John j
Houston has fast completed large and Com- j
)dions S fABLfiS nod CARRIAGE HOUSE in 1
Diiection with tbe HOTEL, and will take ape- (
d charge of that department; and will be pre- i
red to accommodate tbe public with Saadle i
Hacks and Carriages of all descriptions, c
hire: and travellers will be conveyea with a
ipatch to an v pzrt vf the ?urround:ng conn
on reasonable terms.
He has also large and convenient Y.fYIVi f .
3 accommodation of Traders and Stock Dri- rs,
who arc specially invited to call.
Hamburg, S. C., May 18, 1854. 6S-8m j
ew and Wonderful Machine. ?
WILLIAM STODDARD, Proprietor. I
^HE Sul>scriber having purchased the Right
i - for the State ?f Sooth Carolina in the only 4
eliine now invented, for RIITIKG ana k
AVING SHINGLES. BARBEL HEADING, g
is preparod to sell the Right of the Districts, ?
single Machines, at nnoM ?n(lU!???i..1? ?
w , g- ww w .
ke it an inducement for purchasers. a
["he Machine being limple In its construction,
1 not liable to get out of order,ia capable p
Splitting and Sharfaig Two Tka*B?*-8Mn
per hour?beU*p than made by hood. It
portable, and can Jvs worked by band, horse ~
i tea do power. Ten M fifteen day? work of a
obine win make enough Shingle* to pay ttia H
se asked for a tingle one. J
*rge inducements are offered to persona wish* al
to purchase the right of several Districts.? B
i of the Machines eon be seen in operation ft
the City of Aagosta, at Wia H. Goodrich's fa
ning Mfll,a?d?n? also may bo won la a :
rt8m% at Mr. J. Witt's Mackina Sbop, at
: . _ Tiirw n. f.iu?
[arabuTg, & C., April 2**18M, |%
MEDICAL AND M18CBLLAKE0y8>
Wbr* tke R. R. R. Theory VM^int declared
> the world, skeptical person* doubted lti? corotneM,
and looked with distrust ou the remees
it possessed. Others, however, a itfeek With
ie originality of iU view* an4 f miocedlug merit
> the theory, were induced to try if the reme*
es bore out in practice what was claimed for
tern in theory. A third class differiag front
>e others ana perhaps more numerous, without
meideing for a nKwiout any merit they might
[ entitled toy trfed them, merely as a venture,
rowing oat of a desire for something new.
To are satisfied with the result, for the publier
us received tlis benefit ami R. R. R. Theory
as triumphed. Not a day paeoes that we av
ot have admission from seine hitherto an beever
that their skepticism Was wnfetinded and
anvinced by reading oar Family Friend, haveroved
by their own experience, the infallibility
f our medicines Not a day Dawes that we tfor
ot receive grateful testimonial* of cures ofTectd
by these Medicines, "I was seized with
ramps and spasms last nigfct says oner and bad
; not been for Radawny's Heady Relief 1 shoul J
,ave died with the pain." Another says, "my
rife was slowly sinking with an affection of
he Lungs and my neighbor was suffering from
crofula,?I have seen them both restored to>
ealt.h by Itadway's Renovating Resolvent.
i third say, " Had way's Regulators have cured
ne of habitual costiveness that was the tardea
if my life." Such are the characteristic teatinonials
we daily recivc of the R~ B, R- Remao
Radway's Readt Kkhikk, the first of the K~
i. R. remedies, is the most quick and safe rem>idy
that lias ever yet been discovered for thenstont
relief of aft ACUTE OR CHRONIC
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. aiiiu. ?v AO n *-oi m%iii uidviucVWUV BIIU WJir
leutrnlize the most violent poisons of Malignant
Spidemics. If the human system Is seized with,
he virulence of Cholera, Small-Pox, Ship- F?rer,
Pneumonia, or other fatal poison^ Radivay's
Ready Relief used in> couneation with
SadwAy's Regulators, will check the violence of
he disease, neutralize tho infection, and will'
lot only protect tho system against sudden
leath, but will restore tiie body to health'and
itrength. Wo make this assertion boldly, aQ(t
if any Physician or Chemist doubts the great
power which we claim for oar Ready Relief,
jver malignant pains, let them examine it aad
test it, it will bear the test
Painr stopped in a few minutes. I^iep)bmet)t
Rndway'a Ready Relief is applied to the parts
ifflicted with rheumatic paius, whether it Wfo
liA lrnna lAtllf f!?/? Antnn 1f?
MV V..U ivgr, ic?b vr 1INDI Ul,
pain and anguish ceases. _ . ^
Ceitplkp kob twe.vty years. Mr, Chnrl^tJM. ,
Johnston, Nashville, was crippled with a chronic
rheumatism for twenty yew. He purcbMed
from J. M. Zimmerman one bottle of Beady Re
lief, and one box of Regulator*.^ The Rejaf
Relief was applied as soon as it was obtained.
In twenty minute* lie was free from pain ;& *>
In ftcrrUy-four hour* he could stand .
In four day* he could walk alon& t.
By tfie use of the Resolvent, Rolief and'lfegttlatorv,
in one month he was eiilirely^uttd..
A lady aged 85, had been crippled, for jf&ttk.
eould not raise lier hand to her head. tic
of R. R. Relief removed all pain and stifTr
nesft, created new life within her,4i*Ab!od body, .
restored cach limb and joint to a strong vigorous
and healthy condition. The Judy W WjiX.
known in Ashevillo, N. C. Tboipa*
taq., eaitoroi the Asheville Afacg, published the
case in his paper on the 18th of Oetober'1859.
Scddex Attacks. Cbaups AjrnJSr atfca;'' Tat
all internal difficulties, where the patient is sad*
denly seized with Cramps Spasms, Diarrhoea,
Chofcra Morbus, one teaspoonful of Had way's
Ready Relief will in fifteen minute* allay, the
moat distressing paint. -V+f-SsKP- r
Fever and Ague. Let those afflicted with this
distressing tnalady take Radway'a Ready .
lief internally, a tcaspoonful every ^fifteen mtn-.,?
Dtes three hours before the chills cotne 00.
a dose of Regulators every night; also, rnb the" '1
spine of the back down with Ready Relie&t'' *'
will entirely cure and prevent the systemagauttt C?
Ague and Fever. - %?
In eases of Bnrns, Scalds, Bruise*, Strains. ,
Sprains, Bad Swellings, Heart Bnrt.Simr'BfotD-'
ixch, Sick Headache, Rrfdway's Bt^y jMw^will
remove all pain in few minutes. -r .
For sale by wardlaw A Lyon, Abbev^<$?
Boatwright A Barkuloo, Columbia; -
L'arks, Urccnwood; Beach dc''Br97rnitf'& V2& rtSk - ibeny;
J. A H. *ol% Potf,|?&;
Cok?bmy; J. W. Taylor, Anderson 5 Tiiyff%ri
; ox. Belton; M. li. forfe <k Co., Grf*t?vJn?;
Earle, Ev.niA Griffin, Williamson; PavMKft-'
ler; Frog Level. ?AD^AY <fc CO.. N. Yoit^ #
"?y 18, 1854. 63 - -SJ&SSiV.
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Cotton Gins. * ->,l.
I^HE subscribers, having had inn* yeitnuM- i
perience, and given noiveirfal Mtmketion to
their patrons, being bow fully prepftrpivimk <
rood mnchinerv and >
iafe in saying to the Cotton Pfyttare la'genjBW ^V
rt this and the adjoi o ing State*, that they 4f
farniah then with the best COTTON
n*de. They eotild offer * heat of^certHlecrte*,..*
>nt believing the warrantee tobtiip?j??^%|T
rill say, eend on vour orders through the itt|A
>r their agents, who will iaty the toost, H itt>t
ill the Planters in reasonable botinda. -
8. II. * Wlf. OOLRBBY,
Elberton, Elbert county,,?*. >>
Feb. 4 8? . ' r "3%
AU STB ALIA IN MAUKKtl
. OFFER for sale 86 seres of LAND^ tuftt Ot,
I leact lvinir on th? Rn*v
tnd balf from Abbeville Court Hou?k bora!*
d by lands of Samuel Jordan, P?tri?k Mx <S
an and Thotiiae Thomson. Twenty-five m?m
tra cleared and in good onltivatfos TU&l
?? >? good timber or ft QlkdlreHie*Z3to,"'
nd oat boildlnM ** l^hrjlM^X ' %
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