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" Let v "
When the Bununerueventng's qjUadows j,
Veiled the earth's calm bosom o'er, v
t*mc a yonng cxiuu, laijn anu irairj-,
Tapping ata cottage door; Jj
"Wandering through the winding wood-paths a
My worn feet too long have been;
Lei me in, oh; g<sntlc mother, t<
Let me iu!" o
Years passed on?his eager spirit
Gladly watched the dying hours; ?
"I will be a child no longer, t<
Finding bliss in birds nnd flo\y<;rs; 6
I will seek the banda of pleasure,
I will join their merry din.; ^
Let mc iu to joy nnd gladness, ^
Let nic in!"
Yearp sped on?yet-vainly yearning- t
Murmuring still, the r?atlcs3 heart?
"I am tired, of heartless folly, , t
Let the glittering cheat depart; . *
I haws found in worldly pleasuro .
Nought to happiness akin, t,
Let me in to love's warm presence,
Let ino in 1" t
Years flew on?a youth no longer, _ (
Still Jje ownti'df the restless heart;
"I am "tired of love'aeoft durance, 1
Swect-voicftd syren, we must part;
I will gain & laurel.chaplet,
And a.world's applause will win; ^
Let me in to fame and glory,
Let me in!" e
"\ f>nn flpd nn?tlin enivif J
Never found the ^liss it songlit;
Anrvered hopes, and grantcl blessings, ^
Only new aspirings brought; ^
"I om tired of earth's vain glory, ^
I am tired of grief and sin,
Let mq in to rest eternal, v
Let me in!"
Thus the unqniet, yearning spirit, j
Taunted by a vague unrest,
Knocks and calls at every gateway.
In a vain and fruitless quest; C
Ever striving some new blessing, ii
Some new happiness to win? At
some nortal ever tinvinf: L
- A ~"W "-O ? ^}
"Let mo in I"
The "Charms of Married Xiife. j
If in that chair yonder, not the one your a
feet lie upon, but-the other beside you closer t
, yet, were seated a sweet-faced girl, withi'a v
pretty little foot lying put on the hearth, a ^
bit o? lace running round the swelling throat,
tbe hair parted to a charm over the forehead H
fair jS any ?f your dreams: and if von k
it - * ' j
could reach an ^irm rouTtd that chair back,
without fcap of^giving .offence, and suffer ?
* jfour fingers to play idly with those curls'tKnt escape'djgjln^yievn^ck,
ami if you could
<Jaap <6tn .youK"<1kher hand, those little white
jr .. taper fingers .of h^rs; which lie so tempting- j
ly within reach, and so, talk softly and low \
in the prqepnee of the blaze, while the hours
slip without knowledge, and the winter winds ^
wnistle uncared Qjr; if in short, you were
n9lba?h6lor, but Uie husband of some such j
sweet imatre. fdream call it mtw\ -
w . . V >;uuiu t
not bo f?? pleasanter than a cold, single, a
night-sitting, counting tlio sticks, reckoning 1
the length of the bl?e, and tbo beigbt of "
? ihe falling snow. p
Surely imaginatioh would be stronger and u
purer, it it "could bavej&e playful fancies of ?
davpiipg womanhood to delight it. All toil
woul<l,be'torn frojp inind-labor, if but an- _
4>ft?rjkipart gre? into ttlis present soul, quickCping'it,
warming it,, cheering it, bidding it ?
would' make a halo, rich as a j c
' raSnbow, a'tdp of/til ??<5h noisome things
? i$fr-ionfily ^uls^jlBBr-troublo. Her smiles -y
*^dHlag&?jg?lfecke3t of crowded carcs, ti
(s^ppt^iow seats you despondent 11
chair, for aays together,!
,^feaviog hotter fancies, dreatning bitter Q.
^ drcaths, wjftald grow light and thin, and
^ float away, chased -by that be
5^ * poor fellow"! dies?nawr r
y * mrofl ;*ftat gsptle clasp pf her fingers, as &
fibafctegMMltind yo'u, telling you not to a
*m w^kprpHf wqfth tea friend^., ?*
' . Tour rater, sweet one, is dead?buried.? ^
TM?ir0hnyar$$UBy wjth all I Kir fairness.? *
W?** ?' Ho^t roates yott think earth nothing but Ct
ST6* uP?nJ ...? ., fi
w n ifaofe; she says she will bo a sister;
r * .ipuEd-the wftwnjt^alirls, as shuftana upon your
t "< yoyr cheek, and your wet eyes __
meet ?Mother eyes?God has Bent
, alas for it, she i? i t. H
- 5 you aro
?- .. rfy. - r tear8 softening **
MqWrJightopg youra, her grief P
? - r ? "
, .. , , tk, :ZiL
f all, watching, tending, caressing, loving,
ill your own heart grows pained with tonerest
jealousy; and oures itself with lov- U
5Tou have no need now of a cold lecture ^
o teach thankfulness: your heart is full of ]S
No need now, as once, of bursting bios- tl
oms, of tree?taking leaf, and greenuess, to
iirn tlinunrlif. L'iiwllv mwl thnn kfi.n v fnr nv- I
""" "M,V * I
r beside you there is bloom, and ever beside w
ou there is fruit for which eye, heart and J1
oul, are full of unknown, unspoken?be- ti
auso unspeakable?thank-offerings. m
Learned Elephant.?"That's a worry S!
mowing auipial of yours," said a cockney "
;cntlenian tg the keeper of an elephant. j
" Very," was the cool rejoinder. c
. " He perforins strange tricks and hantics,
does he ?" inquired the cockney, eyeing the '
nimnl through the glass. ^
" Surprisin'!" retorted the keeper," we've
sarnt him to put money in that box you see
t'ay up there. Try him with a dollar."
The cockney handed the clephaut a dolir,
and suro enough betook it in his trunk, 1
nd placed it in a box liigh out of rencli.
" Well, tli.it is very hoxtraordiimry?has- t
onishin' truly! Now let's see him tako it
ut, and. hand it back."
" "Wo never learnt him that," retorted the
:ccper, with a roguish leer, and then turned
a stir up the monkeys and punch the hynns.
When Nicholas Kiddle?fnmiliarly called
sick Biddlc?was connected with the Unied
States bank, there was an old negro r
iamed_H?rry who-uscd to be loafing around
he premises. ' - t
One day in a social mood, Biddlc said to \
he darkly.? o
"Well, what is your name my old friend ?" ^
" Harry, sir; ole Ilarry," said the other ?
ouching his sleepy hat. f
" Old Ilarry," said Biddle, "why that is
he name they give lo the devil, is it not ? " n
" Yes, sir," said the colored gentleman, j
sometimes ole Harry, and sometime ole t
The American officers in the Turkish serice,
under Omar Pacha, in the Principaliies,
and general Guyon, in Asia, have, in
.11 the military operations thus far, conduct- _
d themselves so well as to win much praise,
^mong these is mentioned a Mr. Porter, of ?
Jew Jersey, who enjoys the confidence of
)mar Pacha, and who gave the Russians
he last blow near Busco, after which he t
>routrlit back his snuadrons in safefv. nl- 1
hough at the time nearly surrounded by a x
aatly superior force of the enemy. Two [
Americans, serving under Guyon, in Asia, al- ,
o distinguish themselves whenever an op>ortuiiity
"The tree is known by its fruits." The
>n!y exception to this is the dogwood, which
s known by its bark^ ,
Whitiock, Coskery & Co.,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION
CAMPBELL ST., AUGUSTA Ga.
2-^vCI^iie Undersigned respect- ~ |
JL fully inform their friends j
.ml the Public generally, tliat they still eoninue
the abovajiUSINESS, at their old Stand,
rhcre they willgivo their undivided attention
o ull Business entrusted to their care. Libert*Cash
Advances made on Produce in store.
Ordcra f*r BAGGING, RCf^E and family
UPPLIES, Carefully filled at the lowest Mareta.
J. W. WIIITLOCK,
A. J. WHITLOCK.
August 12, 'C4. 14 ? 6m
^ .'jlbbeville Dislrict*^In Equity. j,
olin Brown and '* ' *?
Srilliani'fruit, Executors, I Bill for Partition ?
vs. v of Land and AcIneklin
Brown, I ' counts.
Jurittli Brown, et al. J ?
IT Appearing to my Ratisfactkrtt that Macklin
Brown, Atkins Corlev, Joseph Pcason, and
Jeatrice Doason, Henry Bailey, Serano Bailey, j
nd ElizaUiJh Biilfiv. Defendants in tha nhnvn
Jill, residfe SeyonTthe limits of. this Stated On
notion of D. F. Jones, complainant's solicitor,
)rdered that said defendants do appear, aud
lead, answer or demur to said Bill within three
(lonthsfrom the publication hereof or the same j(
rill be taken pro confcnuo against them.
1L A. JONES, C. ?. A. D.
Commissioner's office. Sept. 6, 1854. 3m r
UpI lor Chick Springs! \
T^HB Subscriber lias now on the lino between
JL Greenville and Chick Snnnim ? finu n
-Mr o~? **"" ?.
STiich will leave the village every day, after
tt^irrival of tbo car*from Columbia; andre- t
Srning, will leave tbo Springs after breakout*
Fare, $1 00 each way.
p9f Scats can be secured at my residence, ?
pposite the Mansion llooae.
Aug. 12 14tf W. L. CRAWBpBI). a
TO MHT, / ' ? SI
rHAqg large, new arfj- well finished STOJtE *
on'' Washington Street, adjoining Wiiwh
; Williams, a short distance from the Public .
r?. uu iuursnan jtioiei, *i0 leet front and fi
5 feet deep, with a good Counting Room ana T.
on Honte, now occupied by Wm. M. Hughoy yi
i a'Wholeaale Grocery Store. From it* ell- In
ibtfaituatipn, it L> considered one of the beat loitions
in ijMa place. Possession given by the
rat of Octobor or sooner if required.
For farther information apply (B ?
Abbeville G Awroat 2* ia^o*
?:?'? -jti'i'' !j - n
HHE Notes of tho Eetate of D. F, Clbcklt,
L deceased, are now duo, and have bean H
aeed in 6tir hand* for payment " Pmom :11
oporly *ttc#tod. . ML ?*
V* a .. McOOWlWr * PEItRIN, V 2
* .4 1 'A *??-.? J
-- ^ ~ t j ^
fEW FIRITI! MGW FIRffl
HAMBURG, S. C.
B ^ Y TIIE undersigned Loving "jS<3? 1
fomed a co-partnership in \5&W&L
lis plncc for tlie purpose of tranRaotin? i
GENERAL GROCERY & COTTON
ouhl respectfully inform our numerous friend
nil the public that we will keep coiiBt*ntly 01
and ft large supply of every article needed b
ne Farmer, wliielt we will dispose of on ns ft
arable term* a* arty other hotwe in the place.
Wo have engaged the services of Messrs. 1
[. Welborn aiul S. V. Johnson, both of whoi
re well known to the public us liberal Cotto
uyern, anil who will, at all times, give th
ighest market prices for that and other arti
les of produce.
Our Senior Partner will, an heretofore, giv
is personal attention to the RECEIVING
lND FORWARDING OF MERC HAN DI9
i) the country.
i \r ijvtcfiw i
T." ITJOIINSON: \ BENSON ?fe JOILNSON.
[N retiring from the above business we leav
Messrs. Itanson <fc Johnson in our place, an
ulieit for them tlie patronage of our old cu
Diners and the public generally.
BRIKDLY ?t ROSAMOND.
Sept 23, 1864. 2-21 7t
CROCKER & BEES,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION
ACKSON STREET, BELOW AND ON TIIE Ol
TOSITE SIDE OF WARREN*S IJLOCK,
I^IIE Undersigned would respectfully infori
. their friends and former patrons, that the
nil remove, on the 1st of September next, I
he NEW AND SUBSTANTIAL FIRE-PllOO
VAREIIOUSE on Jackson Street below an
n the opposite side of Warren's Block.
We will give our personal attention to a
lusiness entrusted to our care, as heretofor
,nd hope to merit a contiuuance of the favor <
We are prepared to make nt all times, libe
.1 cash advances 011 Produce in store.
Orders for BAGGING, HOPE, nnd FAM
jY SUPPLIES will be carefully filled audi
he lowest market price.
JOHN R. CROCKER.
JOIIN C. RISKS.
July 23, 1854. 12?2m
BT'G to inform the public, that tlicyhnvc ju
returned from the Northern markets, \vi
. full and complete stock of
Spring Dry Goods.
Having all the facilities ill the purchasinc
heir stock that a cash capital can command, v
?eg leave to assure the public, tlint we will <
s-ays keep on hand t he very best order of Goo
hat can be obtained, and sell them oti as fn
erms as the like quality can be purchased cith
n this market or Charleston.
Among our stock will he found the followii
Chaste and Elegant Spring Silks;
Sewing Silks and Tissues;
Bareges and Barege DeLanes;
French Muslins and Lawns;
White Silks, of all styles;
Black Brocade and Watered Silks;
Plain Black Silks, all widths;
White Embroidered Muslins;
Colored Dotted Muslins;
Plaid and Striped Muslims;
Swiss and Jaconet do.;
l ir..n .
jjuutt uuu jiuii uui ;
White and Col'd Tarlton Muslins;
Crimped Evening Presses, new styles ;
Mantillas and Scarfs, entirely new;
Crape Shawls, very cheap;
White Barege and Sewing Silk Shawls;
French, American, and English Prints;
Ginghams, of all kinds;
Linen Lustres and Chambrys;
Cheap Long Cloths and Ilomcspuns;
Irish Linens, (own importation);
Plain Linen and Linen Drill, for Gents wc?
Linen Sheeting, exceedingly cheap;
All kinda of Cotton Sheeting;
Pillow case Linen;
40 inch Pillow case Cotton ;
t Hosiery of every description, very cheap
Embroideries of every description ; eon
Sewing Silk Mits and Gloves;
Kid aud Silk Gloves;
Raw Silk and Lisle Gloves;
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, all kinds ;
Swiss and Jaconet Bands, very rich;
Cambric. Swiss and .InPonAtTrimminmi an
Ribbon Trimming?, new styles;
Rich Bonnet and Neck Ribbons;
Lisle, Thread, and Linen Laces;
And a great variety of other articles tc
umerons to mention, to which wo respectful]
ivite attention. [April l-47-6m
1*7M. O. PRICE & CO., Ta^JNa?Fo
TT the Spring Trade?A&constantl
mnofactnririg, 'and at all times well supplie
itntpe newest styles of
Clothing of all descriptions,
'OATS, PANTALOONS, VESTS, SHIRT.
UNDER8HTBT8 AND DRAWERS,
CBAVATB, HCABfB, OLOVJ*,. BELTS AND BBACE8,
HOSIKRT :tK*, ALL BINDS,
HUNKS, TRAVELLING BAGS, 4c., A
Toilet Furjoshinci?Fancy Soaps, Extract
loth and Hair Brashes, Combs, Rogers' Knive
hears, Purses and Port Aloajafc Canes, Umbra
m, Hats, Caps, and every arall* Of Gentlemen
resa and personal furniture.
jthk TRA??^-Wp^are^ well ^upplied wit
la/xna, VAOOUUJSJfJlja, VJSUTIJTGB an
RliMIltQB. Cloths by the piece, pattern o
ird, which we will **1) mJow aacaoDe bough
, 5?w York city. WiL O. PRICK,
Wf T. IJfGRAHAM.
No. 368 Broad street, Aoguaka, Georgia ,
Augusta, MarcL 26,1854. 46?flm
kew ammmm ?<?ap8.
wh tWistbd silks, babeges ani
mraafmiv .. A'Sw ? - - ---
tcatf (quarters fqr good cari
i at charles'
f pi& j. o.
? * a
Tlio subscriber will keep ou hand the
j COACHES, HOCK AW AY S. BAROt
To be lia<l in the State, embracing nil the newest
build to order any kind that mny be wanted,
Harness, double & single; Whips, Nettlnj
Also, Conchmuker'g stock of a
e ?2?" Repairing in all it* branches, pro
d Z%-All Work
9. June .1, 1854. 2R.
No. 3 Granite Building*,
RS. A SON -would respectfully invite th
Spring and Su
,y Manufactured by themselves expressly for 1
to TOGETlll'.a WITH
F. ]?I c n ' s F ii r n i
il COLLARS, SL'81*ENDEI
r- Country Merchant* . _j to sort up,
vauieo Stock, and at Cha.U- .oil Prices.
I- Columbia, Oct, 20. 1853.
*0 M6Si 4
CHOLERA, ) roil I
DIA RRIUKA,' [ BOWEL PI
,Hr Also, Admirably adapted to many Dise
of THE VIRTUES OF JACOB'S CORDIAL
l'" let. It euros the worst oases of Dinrrhcea.
l)8 2<1. It cures tlie worst forms of Dysentery-.
l,r 3<1. It cures California or Mexican Diariiiaja.
er 4th. It relieves the severest Colic.
5tli. It cures Cholera Morlius.
'S 6th. It cures Cliolera Infantum.
A few short Extracts fror
"I have used Jacob's Cordial in my family, a
incnt, a vuluable remedy." lion
"It gives mc pleasure in being able to reeoir
ence, and the experience of my neighbors and fi
to believe it to be all that it purports to be, viz
Wm. II. Unukuwooi), forme
"I take great pleasure in recommending this
diseases, for which 1 believe it to be a sovereigi
ever tried by me." A. A. Gauldixc,
"This efficient rcmcd}' is travelling into cclct
Russia, and gaining conuncndution wherever us
tptr For sale by Warhlaw it Lvov, Abbevil
Smith, Hodge's Depot. F. (J. Park;?, Grectiwo<j
sale Agents; and by the principal Merchants i
Savannah, Ga., May 13, 1854.
TIIE VALLEY PIONEER.
r; npiIE undersigned will publish in the town of
JL Hamburg, a new Weekly Paper on or
about the first of September next, bearing the
It will be the aim of tlio Publisher to con:
duct "The Vallev Pioneer" in a Hint, will
ie make it acceptable to nil classes of renders ; to
fill its columns with general intelligence, the
news of the day, historical anecdotes, tales of
real life, poetry, light literature, humor nml
wit; in fact, to make it striukly a Newspaper.
"The Valley Pioneer" will advocate the
commercial iuterest ami internal improvement
id of the State; the building of the Savannah
River Valley and Columbia and Hamburg Rail
Roads. It will be independent in politics, not
identifying itself with any party, but firmly opposing
such measures as are injurous to the
>o prosperity of the State and the country at large.
!y The publisher will be ably assisted in the
editorial department, which, with his experi_
*r~. ?? ' ?
- cuvo iu uic xicwtijmpcr pu ui Ullblliesi<f
and the extreme low rates of subscription, will
make the paper a welcome visitor.
Tebms.?One dollar in advance. No paper
r Will be forwarded unless tho money accompany
y the order.
3 Any person procuring ten subscribers, and
forwarding the money for the same will receive
one copy gratis. J. M. ROBINSON.
? Humburg, S. C., August 10 1854.
Silk Goods. .
GRAY BROTHERS have just received v
full assortment of rich and elegant
Ct Spring SILKS, to 'which thfly respectfully invite
l Aug^p Warch, 25, 1854.
" A PPLICATION will be made at the LegisJTjl
Uture of Sooth Carolina at its next Scab
sion, for an Aefc of Incorporation of The Society
" for the snpport of Indigent and Superannuated
>r Ministers of the Presbyterian Church and other
benevolent purposes. .
Abbeville, August 25, *54 2-17 ' 8m
fhi|iup, Coflbe fcttd Jfolatftt
7 BHDS. N. O. SUGA&J* low prices.
20 8acks of Rio COFl^S?*t rfcaiiced prices.
2 hhd*. I. MOLASSES. '
) lsbfetor.o. ^ do Z
; il*W)W # ClAJBPlItEtf,
IIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION!
largest mid most elegant assortment of
FGIIES, BUGGIES, GIGS, SULKIES,
t styles and latest fasliions of tlic day, and will
in the most superb and durable manner. Also,
3s, Buggy Umbrellas, Horse Blankets, Ac.
II kind* on liand (or sale low.
niplli/a/id faithfully done, at low prices.
tear ranted, ffi
rt *vr m /tm .mir
HXxJU) Cc BOT,
T A BUS II M ENT,
Columbia, South Carolina.
c attention of tlie public to tlieir EXTENSIVE
A LA ROE BTOCK OK
s li i n s Goods:
IS, CARPET BAG8,
GOWKS, MONEY ISELTS,
will find, at this Establishment, a largo nn<3
. tt ( CHOLERA MORBUS,
\ BILIOUS CIIOLIC,
LEASES. ( CIlOLEltA INFANTUM.
uses of Females?moat especially Painful
ARE TOO WELL KNOWN TO REQUIRE
7th. It euros painful Menstruation.
8th. It relieves pain in Back and Loins.
Oth. It. counteracts Nervousnoss and DesponlOtli.
It restores Irregularities. [dency.
11th. It dispels Gloomy ?t Hysterical Feelings.
, ? wv.i. AV o nil UUIU11UUIC XUlIlt'.
a Letters, Testimonials, &c.
lid have found it n most efficient and in my judg.
Hiram Waiinkr, Judge of Supreme Court^ Gn.
nneud Jacob's Cordial?my own personal expeririends
around me, is a sufficient guarantee for me
n sovereign remedy."
rly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee Circuit
invaluable medicine to all nillicted with bowel
i) remedy?decidedly superior to any thing else
Deputy G. M. of the Grand Lodge of Georgia.
>rity as fast as Honnpart e pushed his columns into
ed.f'?Ucortjiu Jrj/'crsoniun, Jfat/ lOf/t, 1853.
lie; John Smith, Cokeshury; Roberts, Arams <fc
d. Havilank, Hauuat. <tCo., Charleston, Wholexud
Druggists throughout the State.
\VM. W. BLISS it CO., Proprietors.
AMtjw ana wonaerrui machine.
WILLIAM STODDARD, Proprietor.
r|"MIE Subscribe?; having purchased the Right
_L fur the State ?f South Carolina in tlio only
Machine now invented, for RIFTING and
SHAVING SHINGLES. BARREL HEADING,
<to., is prepared to sell the Right of the Districts,
or single Machines, at prices sufficiently low to
make it. an inducement for purchasers.
The Machine being simple in its coastruction,
and not liable to get out of order, is capable
of Splitting and Shoving Two Thousand Shingles
per hour?better than made by hand. It
is portable, and can be worked by hand, horse
or steam power. Ten to tifteea days work of a
Machine will make enouirh Shinnies to nav the
price naked for a single one.
Large inducements are offered to persons wishing
to purchase the right of several Districts.?
One of the Machines can be seen in operation
in the Citv of Augusta, at Wm. H. Goodrich's
Planing Mil), and one also may be seen in a
nliort time at Mr. J. Witt's Machine Shop, at
Edgefield 0. II.
TIIOS. O. LAMAR.
Hamburg, S. C., April 29, 1854. 61?tf
CHEAP CASH STORE.
ABBEVILLE C. H.f S. C.
CHAMBERS AND MARSHALL,
T_TaVK opened at the Corner Store of T>r_
[ XX Marshall's Range, where they will offer
I to the citizens of Abbeville the Largest and
! Cheapest stock of Fancy Staple Dry Goods.
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Hard-Ware and
Crockery, for Oaah and Cash Only. Our
profits are so small that we nro not able to sell
oyr Goods on time, and we are confldent^after
an examination of onr stock, tbe purchaser wQl
perceive such a great margin between jfa
Prices and the Prices usually asked for Gocmfl
in onr line, that they will see that it is to their!
advantage tobuy their Goods from us for Cash.
A call is solicited, .as we take pleasure in exliibing
our Goods to all who may favor us with a
April 22d,Vl654, 7 - tf
. wvwu VlgUO* >
THE subscriber*, having had nine years experience,
and given universal satisfaction
to their patron*, being now fully prepared with
good maohinery and the beat of workmen, fee)
safe in taying to the Cotton Planters in genera?
iiithis and the adjoining States, that they' oa&
furnish them vrith the be^t COTTON GINSdo^.
made. They could offer a host of o?rtificat?,
but believing the warrantee to be sufficient, they
all tbe Plantersio reasonable hfroa^? .
medical and misceli>aMous.
When the B. R.B, Theory ?U first deeSlW?to
the world, skeptical persons doabtodlU WSWhWEL-. '
rectncss, and looked -with distrust on the reta&dies
it possessed- Others, however, straok witttv '
Ithe originality of ita views and conceeding ?V ?% 1
to the theory, were induced to try if the itemer-,' '
dies bore oat in practice what wlw claimed for;them
in theory. A third ?!? ?
the others au<T perhaps more numerous, without^T,^^ '
consideing for u moment any merit they mig&??$jfitt? be
entitled to, tried them, merely as a venture,
growing out of a desire for something new
We are satisfied with tho result, for the pubUo
has received the benefit and R. R. R. Theory
lias triumphed. Not a day passes that we
not have admission from some hitherto onbe~ $ ''
liever that their skepticism was unfounded and * - ?
convinccd by reading our .Family Friend, havo
proved by their own experience, tho infallibtfito'ji^
of our medicines. Not a day passes that we ? "
not receive grateful testimonials of curcs effiwfcWi
ed by these Medicines. "I was seized'with
cramps and spasms last night says one, and hid/;V^
it not been for Radaway's Ready Relief I should . w.
have died with the pain." Another Bays, "my.
wife was alowlv mnHn? mUK ? >-**?
- -J g, nitu mi uuwuun OB JJtho
Lungs and my neighbor was suffering from ' ? '
Scrofula,?I have seen them both restored to
health by Radway's Renovating Resolvent.
A third say, " Radway's Regulators have eared
me of habituAl eostiveness that was the burden
of my life." Such are the characteristic testiimouials
we daily recive of tho R. R. R. Remedies.
Radway's Ready Relif.f, tho first of the R.
R. R. remedies, is the most quick and safe remedy
that has ever yet been discovered for tho
instant relief of nil ACUTE OR CHRONIC
; I'AINS. It is a certain disenfectant and wilt
I neutralize the most violent poisons of MalignantEpidemics.
If the human system is seized with
the virulence of Cholera, Small-Pox, Ship Fever,
Pneumonia, or other fatal poisoiiB, Radway's
Ready Relief used in connection with
Radway's Regulators, will check the violence of
the disease, neutralize tho infection, and will
not only protect the system against sudden
death, but will restore the body to health and
strength. We make this assertion boldlv. and
| it any i'liysician or Chemist doubts the "great
| power which we claim for our Ready Relief,
I over malignant pains, let them examine it and
test it, it will bear the test
Pains stopped in a few minutes. The moment
Radway's Ready Relief is applied to the part*
nfilictcd with rheumatic pains, whether it bo In
the kneo joint, tho arms, legs, feet or loins all,
pain and anguish ceases.
cairrled kor twenty tears. Mr. Charles M.
Johnston, Nashville, was crippled with a chronic
rheumatism for twenty 3*ears. He purchased
from J. M. Zimmerman one bottle of Ready Rc'
lief, and one box of Regulators. The Ready
Relief was applied as soon as it was obtained.
Tn twenty minutes lie was free from pain ;
In twenty-four hours ho could stand alr>n<?
In four day* ho could walk alone.
By the use of the Resolvent, Relief and Regulators,
in one month lie was entirely cured.
A lady aged 85, had been crippled for years,
could not raise her hand to her head. One bottle
of R. R. Relief removed all pain and stiffness,
created new lifo within her disabled bod}',
restored each limb and joint to a strong vigorous
and healthy condition. The lady is well
known in Asheville, N. C. Thomas W. Atkin,
Esq., editor of the Ashoville Ncvd*, published the
case in his paper on the 18th of October 1853. . '
Sodden Attacks. Cn.vMrs and Spasms. For
all internal difficulties, where the patientis suddenly
seized with Cramps, Spasms, Diarrhcsa,
Cholera Morbus, one teaspoonful of RadwatrV
KeSdy Relief will in fifteen minutes alloy tbe
most distressing pains.
Fever and Amu. Let those afflicted with, this
distressing malady tuke ltadway's Ready Relief
internally, n teaspoonful every fifteen minutes
three hours before the chills come on, and
a dose of Regulators every night; also, rub the
spine of the back down with Ready Relief. I&
will entirely cure and prevent the system against
Ague and Fever.
In cases of Barns, Scalds, Bruises, Strains,
Sprains, BadSwellings, Ileart Burn, Sour Stomach,
Sick Headache, Radway's Ready Relief
will remove all pain in a few minutes.
For sale by Wardlaw & Lyon, Abbeville; "
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May 13, 1854. 63 ly / -v;
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