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THE INDEPENDENT l'RESS!1""
18 rUDLISEUSD evbuy Saturday moumiu,
per anntun, inval&abfff i*<tdvanri>.
Advertisements .will be inserted conspicuously j j
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Liberal deduelions 'will be made to persons.,
advertising largely. * i un
All obitunry notices oxe.eedina; twelve lines i a ,
Will bo charged as advertisements. j .
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ness.witli tlii* office, mu?t l>e n !'!iv^,v| t,i Ttu: ,.%v'
Independent Prb*8, Abbeville C. 11. S. rui;- tlf
taid, to insuro. attention. ,
- POETRY. !jl;i
The Light at Homo. ^
7 The Light nt llonie! how briglit it beams ,.j(
When evening shades around*ua fall; - jj1(
And from the lattice far it gleams; all
To love and rest and comfort call. til
When tired -with the toils of day,
The strife of glory, gold, or fame,
How sweet to seek the quiet way, (?<
Whcro loving lips wifl lisf> our name on
Around the Eight of Home. sei
When through the dark and storiny night,
.The waywad wapderci- homeward flics:
Hoy checrtig is tliftt twinkling light.
- , - - . I V'J
\Vhich through the forest gloom lie sjii<--i!
It if .the U& at home lio foc!.-?,
Thi?t loving hearts will greet him there, ! *0
And through His bosom steal-. 1 <]<j
That Jo^&nd love that banish earo, stl
fm"'c - ;|A Around tlic Light fit Home.
whene'er at Inst, 1111
" Ftgreets the sonmau through the storm,
no jnore tlieShilling 1 >1 n-:t
* ? MlBOBLIiAITEOUS. "
" Died Yesterday."
Every day is written this sentence?" Died yesterday,
so and so." Every day a lloweri < : ?,
is plucked from some sunny home?-a hteacli '
made in some happy cirole?a jewel stolon
from some treasure of love; Each day from
Uie summer field of life, some harvester dis- 7?
nppears ; yea, every hour, some sentinel falls >d
from his post, and is thrown from the ram- :l."
parts ot time into tlffc surging waters ofi^.'j
ISteruity. Even as we write, the funeral j t<>
proccssion ot" one who "died yesterday," al
winds like a summer sliaduw along the street.
".Died Yesterday."?Who died? Perbaps
it \^as a gentle babe, sinless as an angel,
pure as the zephyr's hymn, one whose laugli
was as the gush of summer Tills loitering in
jJigbowor ot' rocs, whose little life was a perliUu)>"?Jl
daytime, crowned with
'ppEioqs, flowers that never fade*; POr, maynap
it was a yputh, hopeful and ^vncu'ti.;? I,|
one wtiose SQ^-mipU'd after couiinniiioii \vitn ^
the great and reached luitli w'Tlh .
earnestness, Struggled for tho guerdon in the i L'i
distance. J3ut Uiat heart of his is still now,
for HS44 died yesterday." *
, - 44 Died Y^flvgaoay."?yV young girl, pure
If as the orailgB^Piowers that clasped lier tore- "
head, was stricken down as she stood at the Ill(
altar,'and from tho dim aisles of the temple oi
she was borne to tho44 garden of slufflberers."' pi
vA tall brown man, girt with the halo of vie- 101
tory, and stauding at'the day's close under W1
* his Own vino aud 'lig-tree, fell ?iu ihc <iu t,
^ven as the anthem tremble.! upon Ins ;ips; ?
-And he, 'tdo, wa5 laidf?* where (no rude i'o.t:ifathewrof
ihe hamlet sl??ep." An aged pa- rs
trior eh, bow'ed with yemg aud caies, even ;is J
he looked out; upon the distant hills fur tho <co
* *-comha? of the' ancrel hrt?t
^ _r , p,?
n hjs iluur-sU'p was i
* Jis |fluiig op
^jionwr bunsgr, uas withered TTp for- ri
* ^"when we .rise 4rom the biv- 1
> Vj^W*0 *? 8^nc^ ag"'jn at our p^st,' wo iu'^ J
^[(^^P1G bro^er soldiers, whose ebcery cry, in ^Jj
*^&h#riiegS8 and struggles of the past, has been Ixt
riioaven updfa our hearts. iiach ?*
C fg.; ^^6me peart ^dropa from the jeweled git
. ?^^H|yiship ; sotae .Jyre, ^ wlnch cat
^ ^ ^ *^y ^ WJI^II^Jn una fi ^l^"
J treal you as if you were a princess in
?rown right; while the lady that comes
with a plain straw bonnet and common 1
iwl stands neglected nnd alone I
Does lio protest that a certain article is 1
parted, when lie knows it was inannfac- J
t?d in this country ? 1
Does he, with the,volubility of a foreign
;ll?r nun pa uaii (KiA ?>
7 jvu uinv a |/icv>U JJi r?i?i\ w uiv
est thing in the market," when your own v
lament tolls you to thy contrary?
Docs he. impose on the credulity of that
sophisticated country girl, and aver that
Maine is "new style, tlie most fashiona;
and cheapest she can buy in the city," *
ten it is old and shopworn ? Are these
i* r<*<|tiisites for a good salesman ?
We ar<- sorry to answer that some people
ink they are; but we do not. We detest
? system of lying and fraud, and nothing!
11 induce us to leave a store so mioii as to j
d such a clerk. Lei merchants think se-|
nisly of these things; let thcin make, it
u rule to be honest, truthful ami upright,
<1 we shall see a better state of things
roughout the land.? Olive Branch.
A Dream that is often Tans.?A t
.M'inan prince, in a dream, seeing three rats,
e fat,-the other lean, and the third blind,
lit for a "celebrated liohemiau gipsy, and
manded an explanation. "The fat rat,"
id the sorceress, "is your prime minister,
e lean rat your people, and the blind rat
"I say, iiiggn,how you sell dem brooms
much cheaper dan dis inderwidnal can '
when, between yon and mo, I steal do
ill' to make dem wid?"
"Why, you black fool, Pomp" I steal 1
ine ready made." ,
"AVhy did you not pocket soinc of those
>ais?" paid one boy to another, 4'ii?.hodv
" Yes f here was; Tiros there to an nx>/fj\
mid I ?.lon't ever mean to se<* myself ?!<?
AUKKOUSE AM) COMMISSION MKRCIIAXTS,
M'INTOSH ST., AUGUSTA GA.^
"1X7"11 - L continue I he W:tve'lTJv>
f T hoti-o ;i:ul (Vnniiii-i-ioiiJfc*. *?; i
i^isioss in tlicir FlK'.M'llOOF UUILIMNG mi I
'hitosliStreet, in ail its branches, an<l lu>???
* strict personal attention to the intcropts ?>f j
'viio p?ov J"<'i 'OSiMutfeS 111 tlicir 11.111(1;", to
crit public favor.
Order.* for Hagcinc, Rope ami Famii.v Srrtin
tilled nt the lowest, market price.
Advas??'OH niadu when rcquiroii
produce in store.
.t. is. simpson] [j. t. CAlltitM.r.
August. ti'J, 185-1. 1(5 <-,iii
^Vhitlock, Coskcry &, Co.,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION
CAMI'HKIX ST., AUGUSTA Ga.
d the l'nldic cone.-allv, that they still zonule
tlie above BIJSIXlvSS, at their old St a ml,
lere thigy will 'rive their undivided attention
all Business entrusted to their care. LiberCash
Advances made on lVoduce in store.
Orders f*r BAGGIXO, llOPK and fauiily
'I'PLIIiS, Carefully iilled at the lowest Marts.
J. W. WIIITI.OCK,
A. ?T. WfllTLOCK.
August 12,'''5-1. 11 Gin
THE STATE'OF SOUTH "CAROLINA,"
Abbeville. Distrirf /?
^ ... ??.y.
Iiii Drown ninl
i!liat-i'M nil, Kxceutors, *! :!! for Partition
? vs. * > #nf Land Did Aeit-klin
Brown, | counts.
ti'inii Brown, et. al. J
** si r
T Appearing lo inv satisfaction (lint Marklin
Brown, Atkins Corlor, Joseph l>cason, and
atrice Pcason. llcnrv Scran ? Bailey,
(1 Klizabotlf Bniley, i>efenaaiits in the above
II, reside beyond the limits of this State ! On
>tion of T>. t\ Jones, complainant's solicitor,
dnred that said defendants do appear, and
t*ad, answer or demur to said Bill within three
[>nlh3froin the ptiblieatiou hereof, or the same
ill be taken pro confeafo against them.
It A I/IV1.N! /I T.' 1 r\ i
... O. Ul. JS.
Commissioner's ofticc. r>, 18.*>4. "?m
I2.li! lor Ohack *?priai?s !
I^ilB rtubstriber has now on the line between i
L Oreenville and Chick Springs, a line and i
FOUR-HOBS ii HACK.
Iiieli will leave tlic village every da}*, after I
e arrival of the cors from Columbia; and reining,
will leave the Springs after breakfast.
Fare, $1 00 each way. ,
C2T" Seata can be secured at my residence, ,
posite the Mansion House. *
Aua. 12 14 tf W T. r.i? A\vi?oi>rk
? . ? ?r jXj
, ' TO EENT, 71
"MIAT larg^new und well finished STORE
^-Washington Street, Adjoining Wilxon
Wunri*, a short distance from the Public ,
uiH^&nd Marshall Hotel, 25 feet fraML and J
feet deiip, with a good Counting Roaiq* nu<L
in llonse,. now occupied by Win. M. Jlughew &
a Wholesale Grocery Store. From itsehcJE
ile situation, it id eoptiaered one of the best lo- 1
ions in fchia.'placdFvPossesdion given by tho d
it of Octobor or sooner if requirod.
?f?furthcr info nidation npply to < (
joiin mclaren, q
August 29, 1864. 16?9t y
M1K EAtnt D. F. CtEcair
decjKfist4ii?jiow ditp, niM*linvuflLeen
Red ir^SMg^wj^s* for pnjuiioiit^^MPionB ".
ing theBPpTcT'Jifll niuke payfflPlW>cforc
16th of February.* Those htfldiqg demands jx
irist tlieRotate, wiU jwcaeut lk<<'?ame to up,
iierly%kfcte?fe<J* ' V 4.
' ? . " MoGOWEtf 4 PERMIT^
eb. 4 Mrrtt .. Att-y# for'AWfefc ^
New Iflrilt*e?8cs. ^^H||
VKW FIRM!' NEW FIRifl!
HAMBURG, S. O.
TIIK undersigned hnviiig >i <T> /
Z&W&iL fumed ti co-nnrtncraliin in
his place for tlie purpose of transacting'a
GENERAL GROCERY & COTTON
eould respectfully inform our numerous friend6
m<l the public that, we will keep constantly on
inntl ft large supply of every article needed by
ho Farmer, which wo will dispose of 011 as fa'orubh'
terms ax any other house in the j>htcr.
We have engaged the services of Messrs. T.
I. Welborn mid S. V. Johnson, both of whom
ire well known to the public, ns liberal Cotton
ui'irn, and who will, at nil times, give the
iii?lie*t. Tiinrket prices for tluit and other arti les
Our Senior Partner will, oh hereto fore, give
lis personal Attention to the RKCKIVING
\NI? FORWARDING OK MERCHANDISE
o the count ry.
T. R JOUNSJX; i BEKSOX * JOHNSON.
IN retirintr from the above business we leave
Messrs. liun-on it .Johnson in nur place, and
lolieit for them the patronage of our old customers
and the public generally.
jiltlNDLY it ROSAMOND.
Sept. 23, 1851. 2-21 7t
CROCKER & REES,
WARKHOUSIJ AND COMMISSION
rACKSON* STREET, IlKLOW AND OS THE OPPOSITE
BIDE OF AVARUEN'S BLOCK,
THE Undersigned would respectfully inform
tlioir friends and former patrons, that they
will remove, on the 1st of September next, to
the NEW AND SUBSTANTIAL FIRE PROOF
WAREHOUSE on Jackson Street below and
l?ii the opposite side of Warren's Bloclc.
Wc will give our personal attention to all
business entrusted to our care, as heretofore,
and hope to incrit a continuance of the favor of
Wc are prepared to make at all times, liberal
cash advances o:i Produce in store.
nr.loi-c r..i- it.wimvr: inum.' ?.,.i i.-ami
I.Y sri'l'UKS will he carefully 11 Ileal ami at
the-lowest market price.
JOHN 11. CROCKER.
john c. rees.
July 20, 1851. 12?2m
BEG to inform the public, t lint theyliave iust
returned from the Northern "laikets, with
it full and complete stock of
Spring I>ry Cnooils.
Having nil the facilities in the purchasing of
II...; ti.-.i .. .?i.......:?..i - y ? -
beg leave 1o assure 1 lio public, that we will always
keep on hand I lie very best order of Coods
tliat can lie obtained, ami sell tlieni on as fair
terms as tlie like quality can be purchased either
in this market or Charleston.
Among our stock will be found the following
Chn>te and Klegaut .Spring Silks;
Sewing Silks and Tissues;
Bareges and Barege 1 >cl.anes;
French Muslins and Lawns;
"White Silks, of all styles;
Black Brocade and Watered Silks;
1'lain Black Silks, all widths;
White KmbroiiJered Muslins;
Colored Dotted Muslins;
l'lni.1 .^.1 M.. -
Swiss and Jaconet do.;
Hook n:i>l Mull <lo.;
White ami Col'd Tarlton Muslins;
Crimped Kvening Drosses, new styles;
Mantillas an<l Scarfs, entirely new;
Crnjie Shawls, very cheap; ?
"White JJnrege and Sewing Silk Shawls;
French, American, nml Knglish Prints;
Gintfhams, of all kinds;
Linen Lustres and Chiunhrys;
Cheap Long Cloths and Homespuns;
Iri.-h Linens, (own importation);
1'lfiin n...i r; i> ""
_ - v.. KMM, n't wcimwvur; |
Linen Sheeting, cxccedinglj* cheap;
All kinds of (Jiitlon Sheeting;
Pillow case Linen;
40 inch l'illow ease Coif on ;
Hosiery of every description, very cheap;
Embroideries of every description ; some
Sewing Silk Mits and Gloves;
Kid and Silk Gloves ;
Raw Silk and Lisle Gloves;
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, all kinus;
Swiss, and Jaconet Hand?, very rich;
Cambric, Swiss and JneonctTrimmings and
Ribbon Trimmings", new styles;
Ilicli Bonnet and Neck Ribbons;
Lisle, Thread, and Linen Lace?;
And a g'-eat variety of other articles too
numerous to mention, to which we respectfu^y
invite attention. [April 1? 17-Ci^^
AUGUSTA FASHIONABLE ^
WM. O. PRICE ?fr CO., T.ul0hfl2?JFor
tlie Spring Trade?Arc constantly
nanufa4|iiriug, and at a"li. times well supplied
tvitll thA nr?tVAflf
Clothing of all descriptions,
70j3k, PA&TALOQfrS, VESTS, SMUTS,
. CRAVATS, fflRrS, GLOTJt?, BELTS AND DltWES,
iioSeuv of all kinds,
TRUNKS, TRAVELLING DAGS, Ac., ?fcc.
Toilet Furnishing?Fancy Soaps, Ex tract*,
Moth anil Hair Brushes, Combs, llogera' li^ves,
Uienra, Puivcs mul Tort Monies, Gfcncs,
as, Hats, Capo, a ml ^rcry articltfljftOcntlomen's
Iress and personal furnjturc. !
To the Tuai>e?Wo arc well supplied wKn
IT.n'I'USJ * C/OM/r.'n "ft
kjtjjuiiv/iTjO, vHS'l'IAiUti and
"IIIMM INOS. Cloths by tlie piece, pattttjp%r ,
ard, which we will Bell as low as caa'W bonght.
i New York city. W?L O. PKIC.E, t
W. T: INfcRJtflAM., j
No. 258 Broad street, A^pfttap/Georgia.
^ngt)6ta, March 25, 1854. ~ 46?6m c
"WEW SPKlfe'fiOiPDs/ "}
\IC1I TWlbTED BILKS, BARROEH AND
TIS8VEB, ORGTANDIES, JACONETS, ,
OOES, EMBBOIDERISm . :
HEAD QUARTERS FOR GOOD CARF
[Late J. O.
Til ft will L'rt/in nn kn.,.1 ?1.A
COACHES, ROCKAWAYS, BAROL
To he lind in the Stnte, embracing nil tlie newest
build to order nny kind tlint. may he wnnted, i
Harness, double & single; Whips, Nettlnj
AIho, Coarlimukcr'N stock of a
235" Repairing in all it* branches, pro
Jiine 3, 18*4. 2E.
r. t. n t u t ? a v q 1
V/JJV Xlixil VJI IJ \J
No. 3 Granite Buildings,
RS. <fc SOX would respectfully invite tin
Spring- and $11
Manufactured l>y themselves expressly for 1
Men's F u mi
Country Morelmnts wishing to sort up,
varikd Stock, ami at Charleston Trices.
Columbia, Oct, 20. 1853.
CHOLERA, ) F01l A
) BOWEL ?5
Also, Admirably adapted to many Disei
THE VIRTUES OF JACOB'S CORDIAL
1st. It cures the worst oases of Diarrh<na.
> 1. It cures the worst forms of 1 >ysentory.
Sil. It. euros California <?r Mexican Diarrhcca.
4tli. It- relievos tlie severest Colic.
ijlli. It euros Cholera Morbus.
Ctlh. It cures Cholera Infantum.
A Jfe -1 t- T1 ?"
a row uuurk jjjttracis iron
"I lmvn used Jacob's Cordial in my family, ai
ment, a valuable remedy." Hon.
"It gives nu? pleasure in being able to recom
enee, ami tlie experience of my'neighbors and fi
to believe it to be all tlmt it purports to be, viz
Wm. II. Uxiihrwood, forme
"I take great. pleasure in recommending this
diseases, fur which 1 believe it to be a sovereiiri
ever tried by me." A. A. (i.a'UMNii,
"This efficient remedy is travelling into eelel
Russia, and gaining commendation wherever us
EST For bale l>v Wariilaw it Lyon, AMicvil
umbiii, nwup:a i'l'j'ui. r. w. i .vni\s, urcenwoo
sale Agents; ami by the principal Merchants i
Savannah, Ga., May IS, 1854.* r
TIIE TALLIN' PIOMKER.
r|"MJK undersigned will publish in the town of
1 Hamburg, a new Weekly Paper on or
ahout the first of September next, bearing the
It will be the aim of the Publisher to conduct
"The Valley Pioneer" in a style that will
make it acceptable to all classes of renders; to
till its columns with general intelligence, the
news of tlio da}', historical anccdotes,~tale8 of
real life, poetry, light literature, humor and
wit; in fact, to make it strickly a Newspaper.
"The Valley Pioneer" will advocate _.<|he
commercial interest nnd intcrnnl improvement
??i uio oiaie; me uuiunng or tlie Savannah
Iliver Valley ami Columbia and Hamburg Rail
Itoad?.., It will be imlopendent.in |K?litk-.-<, not
identifying itself withnny party, but firmly opposing
smell measures as arc injurous to the
prosperity of tlic State amltlie country at large.
The publisher will be ably assisted in the
editorial department, wbieh, with his experience
in " tlm Newspaper publishing business,
and the extreme low rates of subscription, will
Terms.?Oho dollar in advance. No paper
will be forwarded unless the money accompany
Any person procuring ten subscribers, and
forwarding the money fyr the same will receive
one copy gratis. J. M. ROBINSON.
Hamburg, S. C., August 10 1864.
' LAND FOR SALE.
rl^I^ 9jtt||fiber offers for sale bis trjtet
-XJfQfl&mJ&k, in Abbeville District* five Hill!
mirofcBMgg^netv-aix Depot, and one mile from
PuckmHKvv on Saluda rivnr. contain inV*
*?pSiFft6 3 Ac res.
Wxmt seventy five acres Woodland, well timbered;
Dwelling, and all necessary outbuildings
attached; nnd as hqaltby m any situation
in tliqgPistrict +
Persohs wishing to pnvcliase land, would do
tvoll to call and exarjuno for racmsolvea. - I atn
Ictermined to lell, Aid "old before the
irst Monday in Qctote^jJtvaLbg sold at pubic
Persons pgrohasirigtWffi?jjjjy can also pur- '
haso Stocky%pr^^^p^py?te, Plantation
/LvgtutU.Jm? 16 ..-lm j. ;
Jaljr.aO, 1864. ,, J tf , j
kffiw BROTHERS h?vo just received ? i
" m 1II?# t)
Thornion.] ' r
largest and most elegant assortment of
rGIIES, BUGGIES, GIGS, SULKIES, *
WAGONS, ike., J
; styles ami latest fashions of tlic day, and will t
111 thvtuosl superb and durable manner. AJso, j
js, Buggy Umbrellas, Horse Blankets, &c. ]
II kindM on hand for Male low. i
tnjitli/ and faithfully done, at lotc prices. I
i . ly 1
EM & Sm, ;
Colnmbia, South Carolina.
E attention of the public to their EXTENSIVE
A LAIUIE STOCK OF
tS, CAIIPET BAGS,
GOWNS, MOSEV BELTS,
will find, at this ICstftbliHlinient, a large and .
U8RM EE MEM.
Ij, ( CHOLERA MORBUS
( CHOLERA INFANTUM. '
IRH3 nf T?omo1oo?tmao4
w?.d. vu???4va luuiib CdJJCUlUfliy JTtULIULlU
ARE TOO WELL KNOWN TO REQUIRE
7th. It euros painful Mwistnmtion. I
Stli. It relieves puiti in Hack and Loins.
9tli. It counteracts Xervousnoss and Pesponlutlt.
It restores Irregularities. [deney. 1
lltli. It dispels Gloomy tfc Hysterical Feelings. '
12th. It's an admirable Tonic. 1
a Letters, Testimonials, &c. j
id have found it a most eflicient and in my judg- 1
. Hiram Warn Kit, Judge of Supreme Court, (in. t
meml Jacob's Cordial?my own personal experi ieiiils
around me, is a sufficient guarantee for me .
: a soeerciyn rcuwdi/." <
rly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee Circuit. (
invaluable medicine to nil afflicted with bowel j
i reined}"?decidcdly superior to nny thing else r
Deputy G. M. of the Grand I.oilgc of Georgia.
irity as fast ns Bonaparte pushed his columns into
ed. '?6'coryia Jcjj'crwnian, Jlay IP///, 1853.
le; Joiin Smith, Cokesbury; Ronirnrs, Arams ?fc '
d. 1Iavii.am>, 11 auk a i. ifcCo., Charleston, Whole- "
uid Druggists throughout the State.
WM. W. BLISS <k CO., Proprietors. ^
New and Wonderful Machine. n
WILLIAM STODDARD, Proprietor.
rf"MIK Subscriber having purchased the Right j
L for the State ?f South Carolina in the only j
Machine now invented, for RIFTIXO and i,
SIIAVINO SHINGLES. BARREL III.ADIXG, c
<te.,is prepared to sell the Right of the Districts, ^
or single Machines, at prices sufficiently lotv to j
make it an inducement for purchasers. j.
The Machine being simple in its construction,
aiul not liable t*? get out o^Mdcr, is capable _
of Splitting nnd Shaving TjK3B>usand Shingles
per hour?better tli?n8BV>V hand. It
is portable, nnd can he wornsDV hand. horse *
or su>nin power. Ten to fifteeu dnys work of a
1 Machino will mako (m>ugh Shingles to pay the 1
price asked for a Hin?j$g>nc.
Large inducemenUareoffered to persons wish- ia
ing to purchase the right of several District*.? ii
One of tho Machines can be seen in*'operation ai
in the City of Augusta, A Win. II. Goodrich's fit
Planing Mill, and one also may be seen in ft ol
short time at Mr. J. Witt's Machine Shop, at si
Eugefield C; II. it
* TIIOS. O; LAMAR. Pi
Hamburg, S. C., April 140, 1854. 61-tf ei
CHEAP CASH STnn v ?i
ABBEVILLE C. II.,ft. C.' m
CHAMBERS AND HARSH4]?|i,
HAVE opened at the Cgrner Stoifle pfrDr. tt
Marshall's Range, where'tbejvw^^^fef ijs
to the citizons of Abbeville the fa
Cheapest stock of Fartcjr ^tanl?r ?(
Iioots, Shoes, lints and*CttpsHardj^^M|Mi |,v
Crockery, for Cash axkl Cy^h: CMEHHHjjgfl
profits ore so syiall U|at we CTfefoHitM j5?
oti? Goods mi time, and -wi MjHgftifiddU lp
tin examination of our bWk, tiwOTrchaSB^toM
|>rW?^?"l fV.~ ?jLrl_" *
. ?? ..? .. ? * lues wan any asfcea-ior uoodHTpJ
in onr lfhe, that thojrnvill see that it is> to their ]m
advantage to buy their Goods fr^fcn as for Cnnh^lji
A call is solicited, fc We take pleasure in exlnVMl
ing oar Goods to ?j?'^rlio^inay fi^yor us with iflj
April 22d, lag tr 12
rpnE sabaeri^erst ha^BR^ nine vea?pi- th<
o warrantee to cai
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'TA H |
MEDICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
"When the R. R. R. Theory wia* flrtt detfsfsd
> the world, skeptical persons doubted itfc'coreetness,
and looked witli distrust on the Ameies
it possessed. Others, however, struck-\Hth
lie originnlity of its views nnd conceedinir merit
o iiic tiicory, were in'Juccd to try if the rctthaiesbore
out in practice what wus claimed.fdf
liem iu theory. A third class differing from'
lie others and pcrliaj* more numerous, without
onsidcinu for a moment any merit thoy might1
ic entitled to, tried them, merely as a venture,;rowing
out of a desire for something new.Ve
are satisfied with the result, for the public*
ins rcccivcd tho benefit and R. R. R. Ihcorjf'*
i?s triumphed. Not a duy pusses that we dd'
tot liovo admission from somo hitherto unbeievcr
that their skepticism was unfounded and
:oiivinced hy reading our Family Friend, lmvo
>rovcd by their own experience, the infallibility
>f our medicines. Not a day passes that we da
lot receive grateful testimonials of euros effoct d
bv tllPBfi hi
i WHS 8c1zcu Wltll
ramps and spasms Inst night says 011c, and had
t not been for Radaway'a Heady Relief I should
lave died with the pain." Another says, "my
wife was slowly sinking with an affection of
;he Lungs and my neighbor was suffering from
Scrofula,?I have seen them both re*to?v i to
nealth by Radway's Renovating ResolveutA.
third sayr " Eadwivy's It?*?liUor8-bavfroy wd
ne of habitual costiveness tliat was the burden?
af iny life." Such arc the characteristic testis
moniuls wc daily reoivc of the R. R. R. Rrt??>
Radwat'h Rkadv Relitf, the first of the R.
R. R. remedies, is the most quick and safe remedy
that has ever yet been discovered for the
instant relief of all ACUTE OR CHRONIC
PAINS. It is a certain disinfectant and will
neutralize the most violent poisons of Malignant
Epidemics. If the human system is seized with
the virulcnco of Cholera, Small-Pox, Ship Fever,
Pneumonia, or other fatal poisons, Radway's
Ready Relief used in connection with
Railwny's Regulators, will check the violence of
the disease, neutralize the infection, and will
not only protcct tho system against sudden
death, hut will restore the body to health and
strength. Wc make thi? J
if nny Physician or Chemist doubts the great
power which we claim for our Ready Relief,
over malignant pains, let them examine it and
test it, it will bear the test.
Pains stopped in a few minuses. The moment
Railway's Ready Relief is apcJjifid to the parts
nfflicteu with rheumatic Aether it Dft in
the knee joint, the arms, ;^or loins *11,
pain and angtu*b ce?s??. .
Cairn.En For. twenty veaiw. Mr. Charles Jf.
Johnston, Nashville, was crippled with a fclironic
rheumatism for twenty years. He purchased
from .1. M. Zimmerman ono bottle of Ready Relief,
and one box of Rffriilntnra f'**
p ~ . w, A lit HCUUV
Relief wns applied as soon as it was obtained.
In (treaty minutes he was free from pain ;
In twenty-four hours he could stand alone ;
In four days lie could walk alone.
By the use of the Resolvent, Itelicf and Regulators,
in one month he was entirely cured.
A lady arjed 85, had been crippled for years,
jould not raise her hand to her head. One bot;leof
It. It. Relief removed all pain and stliTicss,
crentcd new life within her disabled.body,
cstored each limb and joint to a strong vigo'r>us
aud healthy condition. The lady is well
cnown in Ashevillo, N, C. Thomas W. Atkin?
iq., editor of the Asheville Newt, published the
lase in his paper on the 13th of October 1853.
Sudden Attacks. C-nAwrs and Si>.\aj?v
ill internal dillieulties, where the patientis sodI
only seized with Cramps, Spasms, Diarrhoea,
Cholera Morbus, one teaspoonful of Radwny'a
'eady Relief will in Jiftcen minute* allay the
nost distrcssinK pains.
Fever ami A (pie. Let those a filiated with this
stressing malady take Radway'a Ready: Reief
internally, a teas|>oonful every fifteen mlnites
throe hours before the chills come on, and
ulosc of Regulators every night; also, rqb41io
pino of the back down with Ready RelteliS* It
vill entirely cure and preventthe system against
ipue and Fever. .
In cases of Burn?, Scalds, Bruise*, Strains,
iprains, Bad Swellings, Heart Bnrn.Sour Stem,ili,
Sick Headache^ Radway's Ready Relief
vill remove all pain in a few minutes.
For sale by Wardlaw & Lyon, Abbeville;
loatwright <fc Barkuloo, Columbia;" Dr. F. G.
'arks, Greenwood; Reach ?fe Rrownson. We-or
errj-; .J. <fc 1!. Folk, Pomnria; Dr.,F. F. Gary,
!okfsi>nry; J. W. Taylor, Anderson; Lewis <fc
'ox, Belton; M. B. fenrlc <fc Co,, Greenville;
torlo, Evans <fe Griffin, Williamson; David Kibjr,
Frog Level. RADWAY & CO.,
May 13, 1854. ' 53 " . .^7 /
$750 IN CASH PRIZES. V
MECHANICS, INVENTORS AND MAh?
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