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From the Waverly Muycuine.
THERE'S BEAUTY EVERYWHERE.
Oil, earth is full of bcautr,
r\c a -f 1
\ji giui#v aim ui ii^iu,
And all that God created
Is radiaut and bright.
Oh, who can gaze around him.
With cold and careless eye,
On all the glorious beauty
That decks our earth and sky.
There's beauty i? the forest,
So shadowy and lone,
Where the wildwood songster warbles
Its dear, melodious tone;
There's grandeur in the storm-clouds
That gather in the sky.
And m the flashing lightning
As it quickly hurries by.
Tl./vwn'n 1 ,nn n4 in t lifi ntArninff
O wvauij i? mv IHVI uu.f,
As it gaily dawns on earth,
Enlivening all nature
With melody and mirth :
And in the golden sunset
Of a closing summer's day?
' - There's beauty, cuhuei beaut}-,
In the day-god's parting ray.
There's beauty, calmer beauty,
When the sun has snuk to rest,
And the lovely scene reminds us
Of the regions of the blest;
The mom looks down iu beauty,
In purity and love,
And tells us, sweetly tells
Of a liappy home above,
Where we shall meet the loved ones
I
; _ Who parted here in tears,
And live with them in heaven
Through long unchanging years;
Oh, there is beauty all around us
To glad this world of ours,
V If we would only pass the thorns
And cull the sweetest flowers.
IMPORTANT DISCOVERT.
BELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS, are nnfailing
in the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchi
ti9, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Difficult Breathing,
Incipient Consumption, and Diseases ok the Lungs.
They have no taste of medicine, and any child will
- take them. Thousands have been restored to health
. ' that had before despaired. Testimony given in hundreds
of cases. A single dose relieves in ten minutes.
Ask for Bryan's Pulmohic Wafers?the original and
only genuine is stamped "Bryan." Spurious kinds
are offered for sale. Twenty-five cents a box. Sold
by dealers generally. J. BltYAN <fc CO., Rochester,
N. Y., Proprietors. Wholesale by
P. il. COIIEN 4 CO., Charleston.
Oct 11, 41 3m.
EPISCOPAL FEMALE SCHOOL,
- AT GLENN SPRINGS .
HAVING purchased the well known Property,
Glenn Springs, the undersigned propose to
open there a HIGH SCHOOL for Young Ladies, on 1
the First of February, 1854.
No pains will be spared to secure an efficient corps
of Instructors, and to make the Institution equal in
every respect to the very best in the land. A Prospectus
will shortly be issued containing the particulars '
as to Terms, Sessions, Ac.
THOS. S ARTHUR.
J. u. aicuuijijwii.
Aug. 16. 33 -tlJ
Valuable Plantation and Mills
FOR SALE.
THE subscriber offers for sale his Plantation and
Mills in Sumter District, situated on Big Raftiu
Creek, fourteen miles below Camden, and six, from
Boykin's Turn Out, containing (1674) sixteen hundred
and seventy-four acres, between four and five hundred
acres cleared and under fence, the balance in fine timber.
On the premises is a good two story Dwelling,
with all the necessary buildings of a well settled Plan"tation,
rnostdf which, have been erected within the
last few years. On the northern extremity of the tract
is another Settlement in good repair. Both places are
perfectly healthy.
Also?An excellent Grist Mill, with two pair of
stones, and a Saw* Mill, capable of cutting about one
thousand feet of lumber per day. With the Plantation
will be sold (if desired) the stock of cattle, Hogs and
Sheep, together with the Provision Crop. If sold immediately,
possession will be given on the first of January,
1854.
- The terms and other particulars may be obtained
from the subscriber on the premises, or by letter directed
to Boy kin's Depot, Camden Branch of S. C. R. R.
MARION SANDERS.
Sumter Dist. S. C. Oct. 4, [3m]
The Charleston Mercury will insert twice a week
for six weeks, aod the Sumter Banner once a week
for three months, uuless otherwise directed, and forward
bills to this office.
LAND FOR SALE.
WILL be sold to the highest bidder on WEDNESDAY,
the 4th of January, 1854, if not previ- "
ously disposed of, that well known PLANTATION,
called the Russel Place Tract, situated in Lancaster
and Kershaw Districts, about twenty-four milesabove
Camden, containing eight hundred acres more or less,
adjoining lands of S. B. Hammond, Mrs. Stinson and (
others. There is a comfortable Dwelling, a Store f
House, and all necessary outbuildings, Ac. It is a
very desirable place to live, and one of the best stands
for a store anywhere in the counry. Persons desirous (
of purchasing land are invited to call and examine for
themselves. ,
S, GEORGE, Ex'rx. '
N?>v. 1. 44 tf 1
ON and after this date the Passenger and Mail
Train will run once a week, say WEDNESDAY
twice a day, from the Junction tn Camden and back J
connecting at the Junction with the Night Passenger
and freight Express Trains from Charleston at 8 o'clock
A. M., and bring up Passengers and light freight; Stock f
Poultry, Eggs, Fruit, and other light articles will be ,
received at the Camden Passenger Depot, on Wednes- J
days, at 10 o'clock A. M., and connect with the night j
Express Train (down) from Columbia. It will be necessary
for shippers of stock to give three of four days ,
notice, that cars may be provided for them.
The Train will run uirecuy inrougn iu ^ujuiuuiii r
a 3d back on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. ' r
Schedule of Running Time. ]
FIRST OR MORNING TRAIN. t
Leave Camden at 4 A. M. 2
Arrive at Junction <jt 5.53 " 2
Leave Junction at 6.10 " s
Arrive at Camden 8.30 "
SECOND, OR MID-DAY TRAIN, ON WEDNESDAY.
Leave Camden at 10 30 A.M.
Arrive at Junction at 12.30 J'. M.
Leave Junction at 1,50
Arrive at Camden at 4.15 M
N. D DAXLKY, Agent.
Jan 18 3 tf I
Administrator's Notice. i
ALL persons having demands against the estato of j
Joseph Wiongcs, dee d., will liand them in pro- j g
perly attested to A. O. Baskiu, and those indebted to
said estate will make pavmcnt to him
CONHAI> M. WIKNGKS, AdmV. ;
Oct. 31. 4I ir
Matire is (iiveii
rpo the Nephews and Netcos of the late Rachel
JL Leigh, wh<> .ire entitled under her Will, to her j
re.ddunry c?t?te, to e-tahlLh tln'ir claims as such, on
or before the lir<t l:i\ in February next, as the
estute will then he ready lor distribution.
JOlfX U.'lNUKKM, Kx'r R Uiglu j
Oct. 19. 1*3?. 41 tf .
DRY GOODS FOR CASH!!!
Wholesale and Retail.
W. G. BANCROFT & CO.,
253 AXD 255, KING STKKKT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
"TTTE are now receiving our usual large supply
T t FANCY AND STAPLE DPvY GOODS.
Also, PLANTATION GOODS of every variety,
consisting of Super Dulfil Blankets, Mackinaw ditto,
Osnaburgs, Georgia Plaius, Kerseys, Stripes, Prints,
Ac. Ac.
We shall adhere strictly to the OXK PRICE system.
Our goods are all marked with plain figures, and our
terms enable us to sell every article at the smallest possible
profit-*.
Terms Cash or City Acceptance.
W. G. BANCROFT A CO.,
253 and 255 King-street,
TO Ano rlnnr l.nl/ru' W/?n fuvtl't h.Ct
Ot'pu till VWV UUVI WViWM .? v?v? v>?<> ....
Lumber.
rJ",HE Kershaw Steam Mill Company have constantJL
ly on hand pine Lumber of every description at
their mill, 7 miles north of Camden, which they oiler
at the following prices for cash or its equivalent:
Good merchantable Lumber in quantities of not less
than 10,000 feet, per 1,000 feet, $8 00
The same in less quantity, 9 00
Refuse lumber in any quantity, per 1,000 ft. G 00
Rough edge, " " " " 3 75
Palings 5 ft. long by 3 in. wide, per 100 2 00
do do 2J " " 1 75
.do do 2 " " ] 50
Laths (sawed) 4 feet long, per 1,000 1 50
do do do . delivered, 2 00
Shingles 3 50
do do do delivered 4 50
Framing timber in lengths of 40 feet and under sawed
to order at short notice; also, slats for blinds, sashes,
doors, Ac. and palings of every description.
In all cases lumber will be delivered at Camden or
S. C. It. R. Depot for $3 50 per 1,000 feet in addition
to the above rates.
Thar have on hand in Camden a limited supply of
lumber which may be had on application to W. W.
Tryon, with whom or with either of the undersigned
orders may be left. E. TRYON.
I). C. TRYON.
J. B. KERSHAW.
Aug. 9 6m?32
ROSSER <fc WARREN,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVE opened their Office on Central Wharf.nnd
will be pleased to receive the favors of their
friends either in selling Cotton or purchasing Supplies.
JOHN KDSSBR.
Sept. 13. TtlO. J. WARREN.
"chambers, jeffers & co.,
COMMISSION M E RCH A NTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
q^HE undersigned beg leave to return thanks to their
JL uumerous friends for their past liberal patronage,
and inform them that they still continue the business
as heretofore, and hold themselves ready to serve their
friends and all who may favor them with consignments
or business, to the b est of their skill and ability,
and that no effort oj* their part will be wanting to give
satisfaction.
CHAMBERS, JEFFERS & CO.
WARDLAW, WALKER & BIRIVSIDE,
COTTON FACTORS
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
v. A. waRDLAW, 7 Cliarlcston, S. C.
GOLLOEHEN WALKER, >
A. BURNSIDE. ) ;
Aug. 30. 35 3m
OAA P'cs. Negro Flains, Kerseys and Linseys, of
auU sale at very low prices at
Sept 27?39tf BONNET'S.
HARRISONS l'ATKNT
6ELF-COOL1XG GRIST MILL,
f/"\F which this is a correct cut. Tlic exclusive
\ / rhrhtolwhirl),furthornilcdStnto and Territories,
now belongs to ilic New llnven Manufacturing
Coiii|mny. New 11 a von. Conn., to whom
all orders must 1 .cad dressed. After havingthree
rears acquaintance with the above Mill, the New
llaveti Manufacturing Company have adopted it
as a portion of their business, knowing till- Mill
to be the best portnbU Mill for all kinds of grain
which has l>een in use by over IliO per cent.
Those Mills arc celebrated alatve all other ini'K first, for their
superior construction?they are built in tin- best workmanlike
manner, from the best French burr?rone. 8" Inches In diameter, *
and nil sriuglv enca-ed in a fine cast-iron frame, and so arranged
" - . r.,?.oil..,.. I.,U.iI.-i,ihiiI.i><>k
tliMoneiiiancuiiM-i <>nr?i m.-. .... .
ready to u*e: nn<l when tlms put up. nil tin-repair, they would
require for five years would he but it trilh; ml, they are
K> construct e?L thai when set su as to make the lines! Hour, the
stones with <>r Without recti will not rente lit contact: hence,
they leave no grit In the meal, and no [atwer is u-cd except for
crushing the crain Third, these Mills are sclf-moUnt;. by a
blast of eold air driven through an aperture in the easing. am'
around the stones; bettee, thev can f?e run 21 hours without
stopping. ami without heat ins.
heurth, these Mills w ill grind 2^1 bit-hels of corn Into fine
meal In Id hours, and that ton with 14 horse-power: a-tl will
prlml lid bushels of wheat Into fine Hour in ten hours time, and
with one-half the power required by the common mill, l'riee
Packing
Circulars with instructions for nslntr. with certificates from
the best and most reliable sources In relation to tills Mill, can
be had by addressing as above, i?i?t paid.
#f prices, can be had by addressing as abo~i.
TV. TV. TRYON k CO. Agents
Camden S. C. 27 Cm
JA^.\CY'SIIOT E L,~
{LATE COKGAREE HOUSE,)
COLUMBIA, S. C."
JC. JANNKY k TV. D. HARRIS, (late of the
? American Hotel,) will be happy to see their
riends, and will give their unremitting and personal
ittention to the comfort of their guests, and all who
nay be disposed to patronize tlieni in their new lo:ation.
The House has had, and is having extensive nddiions,
and has been relitted up; is now well and elorantly
furnished.
A splendid line of Omnibusses will run to and from
Tanxky's Hotel to the several Railroad Depots.
June 28. 26 tf
Ground Spil t *.
r* UCH as Allspico, Cloves, Ginger, Pepper kc. For
3 sale by J. A. SCI 1 ROCK.
Hat-on and Lard.
"7 DBS. prime North Carolina I3AC0N
I ?UUU and LARD. Just received l?v
Sept. 27. JAMES M.'KTVEN.
35,000 CIGARS.
to-\vit:
?,000 genuine Rio Hondo 2^000 Ananas
! 000 Itnpcros 3,000 Las Minns
,000 La Normas 2,000 rrimcrns
;,000 Sylva Prinieras s,000 La Union
!.000 Regalias 1,000 Jenny Lind
1,000 Washington 3,000 Mayflower
>,000 Imperials 1,000 Star Regalia
also.
15 boxes fine Chewing Tobncct
15 gross do cut do do
13 do do do .Smoking do
Patent Segar Lighters, Ao. For sale by
Oct. W. C. MOORE.
Gffervesciiis Solution of Citrate of
IVngiiosin.
I'M I IS delightful Salino Aperient will he found an
excellent substitute for Epsom Salts, or other
alino Purgative?it is as agreeable to the taste as a
lass of Soda Water or Lemonade, and operates pleaant
lv as a purgative.
A fresh supply just reeeivedand for sale by
Aug. 2. T k K. WORKMAN
Fresit Fruit.
DRANGES, Apples, Raisins, Figs. Lemons and
Prunes. A small lot just received by
Nov. 15. _ J. A SHU ROOK.
I >HERE'S Fashionable Hats. Also, Cloth Caps, o
I > oven* description Just opened hv
2 RONNHV.
f
?a?g?HBg?w BPMBacBMB?agaEttltaBac?hi?bbmbp
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS.
JUST RECEIVED AT
ivje :mh29ss
Wholesale and Retail Store,
100 pieces KERSEYS
100 pair NEGRO BLANKETS
100 pieces bleached and brown SHIRTINGS
100 " FANCY PRINTS
10 " Furnitura 1)0.
25 " FANCY MUSLINS
15 " DELAINES and CASHMFRES
12 " Rock Island JEANS, all colors
5 " liEDTICKING
12 " Plain and Fancv JEANS
C 41 APllON CHECKS
/> it / ? r vr<? 11 a \f G
l u uii> yj luiMu
3 " superfine BROADCLOTH
10 " FANCY YEST1NGS
Cambrics and .Shawls, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs
and Tics, Plaid Liuseys and Flannels, Hosiery, Thread,
Needles, Pins, Concord (N. C.) Yarn, &c.
ALSO?A SMALL LOT OP
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
SUCH AS
Blanket nr.d Drab OVER-COATS, Fancj* Cassimero
PANTS, Velvet, Silk and Satin VESTS.
ALSO.
20 dozen first quality Wool HATS
1 case Albion DO.
1 do Congress DO.
1 do assorted Cassimere DO.
1 do superfine Silk DO.
1 do CAPS, Plush, Cloth and Glazed
1 do UMBRELLAS.
HEAVY GROCERIES.
7 hogsheads Muscovado and Cuba SUGARS
10 barrels first quality clarified DO.
5 " Love ring's crashed DO.
20 bags Rio COFFEE
10 Java DO.
10 sixth boxes first quality SpOrm CANDLES
25 boxes Adamantine DO.
10 do cheap SOAP
1 do fancy DO.
10 do Pearl STARCH
20 gross MATCHES.WIi\ES
AIVD LIQUORS.
12 baskets genuine Heidsick CHAMPAGNE
6 do Deinorcier DO.
6 do Imitation Ileidsick DO.
10 do first quality CLARET WINE
2 qr. casks Old SHERRY DO.
3 do do MADEIRA DO.
2 do do PORT DO. ,
4 do do MALAGA DO.
1 case WINE BITTERS
1-2 pipe " Old Otard" BRANDY 1
1 qr. cask 44 Old Palo" DO.
2 do London Dock DO.
1 do Old Holland GIN
6 cases Schiedam Schnaps DO.
1 cask old Bourbon WHISKEY
3 barrels Eagle DO. :
20 do Old Itye Hammond DO.
50 do Double Rectified DO.
Together with many other articles which will be
sold exceedingly low for cash or short time.
W. C. MOORE. ;
Camden, Sept. 9. 37 tf
Wine and Brandy. ]
I Pipe superfine Old Pale Brandy, '
j " " Madeira Wine,
Just received by J. A. SCIIROCK.
Sept. 13. 37 tf i
Champagne. 1
4 BASKETS Hoidsick Champagne, Qts. '
3 " " " Pints, '
3 " Violet " " ?
Just received and for sale bjSept.
13?37tf J. A. SCIIROCK. '
Cotton Bagging.
I have just received a Large Lot of
Heavy Gunny Bagging
Dundee Bagging
I Best Charleston made Rope <fc
Three ply Twine
Which will be sold at low prices.
W. ANDERSON.
a..~ oa 34. tf. r
Segars! Segars!!
3,000 itsr
2,000 Rio Hondo.
2,000 Leon De Oro, jj
3,000 1 novation, !
2,000 Regalia.
Just received by J. A. SCIIROCK.
Hides"
rpiIE highest price will be given for good hides
JL by W. ANDERSON. j
Aug 23 34 tf.
,4 LARGE assortment of Ready Made Clothing fro
jl\. Men and Roys, now opening at
BONNEY'S. ^
Another Tram in for IVIoorc's! '
Fancy Department.
nf\f\ L1JS- Vaticy CANDIES
t)UU 3 cases HiKSER VES r
200 lbs. ALMONDS o
100 Ibz. DHAZIL NUTS ?!
100 lbs. PECAN NUTS T
40 lbs. Fresh CUUKANTS II
2 cases PRUN KS, in fancy boxes n
200 boxes S A 111) INES
2 eases S \LMON c;
2 " LOBSTERS
1 (one gallon jars) PICKLES r
3 " (one pint do) DO
1 " OLIVES ,
2 " CAPERS, superfine
1 " Walnut CATSUP
1 " Mushroom DO.
2 u French prepared MUSTARD
2 ' Assorted CORDIALS r
2 " PEPPER SAUCE. All fresh, at
Oct. 4. MOORE'S. c
A FALL STOCK,
CONSISTING OK Heavy
and fancy groceries, wises, j
liquors, <(V., is now being received, which 1 v
will sell at the lowest rates for Cash or to punctual cus- J j
tomcrs, on the usual time.
Oct. 4. J. A.SC1IROCK. |
Fi'4'?1i ifliickcrcl.
IN Kits and Bids, warranted of this year's crop. For J i
sale by J. A. SCI1ROCK. '
THE UNITED STATES HOTEL?
One door Xoitli ol the Court House,
| CJMJtlBEJV, S.
IS NOW OI'KN for the ncconimodation of the Tra- r
veiling 1'ublie. It is an excellent and comtnodi- , 1
ous building, the Rooms are large, open and airy, fine
Family l'arlors well furnished. The Tablo will bo furnished
with every thing which an excellent country *
market will allbrd, attended by the best servants. V
The Stables are well fitted up, nttended by careful "
and experienced ostlers, and well supplied villi prctf 4
vender.
Lots prepared for the accommodation of Drovers with
excellent water conveniences.
There will at all times be an omnibus in attendance i
tc convey passengers to and from the Depot.
f he subscriber having had several years experience
in the above business, feels confident in saying
that ho will be able to give general satisfaction to nil ;
I.: : !. .I-,.;- no tin ,*o Hn.
WIIO liwjr mvvi nun mm niv.i I ...
termined to use overv exertion on his part toplenso.
TIIOS. BOOXK.
Camrlon, P. C., Sept. 13. 37?tf
AMERICAN HOTEL,
CHARLESTON, 9. C. I
r I TiU'l subscriber liegra respectfully to inform her friends
1 "and the public generally, that she lias taken a
lease of the abovo 1IOTKL, which she will open for
| tho reception of .Hoarders and Travellers between 25th I
inst and 1st September. This long established and j
well known House, has undergone a thorough altera- i
tioti throughout, and furnished with new and fashions- 1
bio furniture, and being situated in the centre of bnsi- i
ness, and in the most fashionable part of the city, so
licits n call from her numerous friends and former patrons
of the House; and will say in conclusion, nothing
will Ik? lelt iind'hio on her part to make them eonilorta- .
Lie while in the House. MRP. A. J. KKNXEDY. r
Charleston. Aug. is 31?2m
I-?.-? -
PLANTER'S HOTEL.
rI"MIE undersigned would respectfully inform his
JL friends and the public, that lie lias leased that
extensive and well known establishment, the PLANTER'S
HOTEL, and is now ready for the reception of
visitors. Its eligible location, being convehient to all
business localities, will commend it those who visit
the city 011 business, and noexortions or expense will
be spared by the Proprietor to promote the comfort
ar.d convenience of his guests, and render his house in
every respect worthy of public patronage and support
He is pleased to add that lie has secured the services
as Book keeper, of Mr. J. W. Lamukix, se long and
favorably known to the travelling community of this
and the adjacent States. G. IV. BOMAR.
Charleston, Sept. 2G. 39 4t
?tz:y*L:n*_:ia:D?
$1.50. MERCHANT'S HOTEL. $1.50.
REDUCTION IN BOARD.
SHALL not be surpassed by any Two Dollar House
in the City
JAMES M. HURST, Proprietor.
Charleston, Sept. 25, 1853. 3m
C10RN-SIIELLEUS, self-sharpening Feed Cutters,
) (a new article,) also, Patent Cylinder and Thermometer
Churns Meat Cutters and Sausage Staffers.
Also. Hand Plows and Harrows for garden nse. For
stile at the "Old Corner" by E. W. BONXEY.
SUPERIOR North Carolina Flour, Cooper's Shred
ded Isinglass and Extracts for Flavoring. Jus
received and for sale low at the "Old Corner," by
Oct. 25. E. W. BONNEV.
ZINC WHITE, in Oil. Just received and
for sale by T. & E. WORKMAN.
SUEPII. (lUHINE.
A SMALL Lot. Fresh, and of Superio* quality,
received this day at
Z. J. DeHAY'S.
Oct. 18, 42 3t
Noficc.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Raclnl
Leigh, dec'd. are hereby required to make payment
immediateb'.
JOHN U. INGREM, Ex'r. R. Leigh.
Oct. 19, 1853. 44 tf
LAXD FOR SALE.
MR. SAMUEL X. ATKINSON is authorized to
sell lands of the Estate of Thomas Sumter, lying
in Chosterlield, Lancaster and Kershaw Districts.
Persons wishing to purchase will please address him
at Bishopville, Sumter District, S. C.
F. SUMTER, Ex'r., 4c
Sumtcrvillo, Aug. 2. ? 31?tf.
^100 REWARD.
RANAWAY, on Inst Tuesday, the lTtli instant,
my hoy RICHARD, a white mulatto, about five
feet three or four inches liigli, tolerably stout built,
about twenty-two years old, with straight light huir
lias a very sulky appearance, and answers quick and
short when spoken to; said boy has a short thick foot,
liis hands short and thick, chubby fingers. He has the
scar of a blister on his forehead just above the eyelirowp,
he may try to hide it by wearing his cap or
lat down over his forehead, he will be sure to pass
iiimself for a white man, for lie is very white and has
ueen taking great care of his skin for some time.
hen lie left lie had a cloth cap lyid black coat and
i dark colored pair of pants; he will be sure to change
lis enp and clothes as soon as he can, he also wears
lis hair in front straight down to hide the scar of the
?lister. He is a shoemaker by trade, though he may
lot go at the business expecting that he will be so
idvertised.
?3TThe above Reward of 100 Dollars will be paid
or his delivery in any Jail in the State. lie will be
ure to give himself another name.
JAMES LOWRY.
Bradleyville, Sumter District, S. C,.
May... 30 tf.
Timby's Union Water Wheel.
ITTILLIAM M. SANDERS agent for Kershaw and
y ^ Suintor Districts
This Wheel is applicable to all kirula of Machinery
equiring water power, the most simple and power*
ul, and requires less water than any Wheel in exisence,
and has the advantage of working entirely
ubmerged.
These Wheels may be seen in operation at the Aent's
mills, fourteen iniles below Camden, who will
lso superintend putting them in, if required, or he
iny be addressed at Statejburg, S. C.
April 12. 15 12m.
Children'* Shoes.
A FULL assortment just received and for sale by
(1 WORKMAN k BOONE.
Patent Medicines, Ac.
A FRES1I SUITLY, just received, among them
. V- are:
lolloway's Ointment Cherry" Tcctoral
I olio way's Pills Hastings Syrup Naptha
lobensack's Worm Syrup Rodger's Syrup of Liver[exticau
Mustang Liui- wort and Tar and Cannient
chalagua
'ain Killer Daily's Magical Pain Ex*
eltzer Aperient tractor
larrv's Tricopberous Christie's Galvanic Belts?
ayne's Medicines Necklaces, Bracelets and
ladway's Hea<ly Relief Fluid
ixygenatcd Bitters Brow's Ess. Jamniea Ginger
reorgia Sarsaparilla Murray's Fluid Magnesia
ands' Sarsaparilla Cod Liver Oil
'ownsend's Sarsaparilla Indian Hair Dye
lead Shot Bachelor's Hair Dyo
"abnestock's Vermifuge Depilatory Power
fistnr's Balsam Wild Cher-Magnetic Plaster
For sale by F. L. ZKMP.
Oils! Oils!! Oils!! !
rllK subscriber continues to keep constantly on
baud a full supply of Solar, Lard and Sperm
)ils for Lamps, Machinery, Ac.
Also,
Castor Oils for family and plantation use; Olive oils
jr table and mechanical uses; Xeatsfoot oil for liaress,
and Cod Liver Oil for medicinal use. All of
rhieh will bo sold as low as can consistently he ajl'oriled
a this market. Z. J. Dell AY.
Aug. 9 92 tf
rresli I.cmou Syrup,
DF Superior quality, lor sale at
WORKMAN'S Drug-Store.
Dry-Goods, Groceries, Crockery iVc,
1"> I IK subscriber continues to keep on hand a com.
pletc assortment of Domestic Dry Goods, Groccics,
Crockery, Ac., which lie will sell very low for cash.
lis stock of Groceries consists, in part, of
Sugar, t'offec, Kail, Clivvw>, Ap. At. !
tmong his Dry floods will bcfound h good article o '
mre Irish Linen, which lie will warrant to lie genuine,
nil sell as cheap or cheaper than it can he bought in
his market.
Purchasers would do well to give him a call.
Jan. 2. J. CIIAULKSWORTJI.
CASKS No. 1 Smok?d Salmon
j 2 do do do Halibut
Received and for sale bv
Dec. C, 1832. SHAW ft AUSTIN.
>000 firsl quality Rio Hondo SKflARS
6000 do do Cold Leaf do
2000 do do Regalia do
. Received and for sale by
3852. SIMVA AUSTIN
OLD ftovcrnment Java Codec, line Chewing Tobacco,
and Adamantine Candles. For sale by
K. W. liONXKY.
Flavoring F\lr:u ls
17*011 Fees, Custards, Puddings, and all kinds of Confectionary,
Pastry, ?f c. Ac. Among them are Yalilla,
Lemon, Peach, Nutmeg, Ililter Almond, Hanana,
ine Apple, Strawberry, Raspberry, Rose, (linger, Cinuunon,
?f c. Ac., all very superior and for sale by
F. L. /KMP.
i CAsK Crosse A lllackwell's Knglish Pickles, conL
siding of Piccalilly, Chow-Chow, Cauliflower mid
nixed Pickles. Received and for sale bj*
Doc. 6. 1S52. SHAW A AUSTIN.
Facts cannot tie Doubted.
Let the Afflicted Read and Fonder!
83T More than 500 persons in the City of Richmond,
Ya., alone testify to the remarkable cures performed
by
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. ?
The great Spring Medicine and Purifier of the '
Blood is now used by hundreds of grateful patients,
! who testify daily to the remarkable cures performed
! by the greatest of all medicines, Carter's Spanish Mix- .
j ture. Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Eruptions 011
the Skin,Liver Disease, Fevers, Ulcers, Old Sores, Af
tions of the Kidneys, Diseases of the Throat, Female !
Complaints, Pains and Aching of the Bones and Joints,
are speedily put to flight by using this great and in- 1
estimable remedy.
For all diseases of the Blood, nothing lias yet been
found to compare with it. It cleanses the system of
: all impurities, acts gently and efficiently on the Liver
! and Kidneys, strengthens the digestion gives tone to
; the Stomach, makes the Skin clear and healthy, and
; restores the Constitution, enfeebled by disease or bro- *
, ken down by the excesses of youth, to its pristine vi
! gor and strength. 1
| For the Ladies, it is imcomparibly better than all
! the cosmetics ever used. A few doses of Carter's
J Spanish Mixture will remove all sallowness of complexion,
bring the roses mantling to the cheek, give
I elasticity to the step, and improve the general health
j in a remarkable degree, beyond all tha medicines ever
I heard of.
A lurge number of certificates of remarkable cures '
performed on persons residing in the city of Richmond (
i Va., bv the use of Carter's .Spanish Mixture, is the
I best evidence that there is no humbug about it The
| press, hotel keepers, magistrates, physicians, and pub- 1
j lie men well known to the community, all add their 1
testimony to the effects of this Great B'ood Purifier. )
Call and see a few hundreds of the certificatesaround 1
the Bottle.
None genvine unless signed BENNET BEERS, '
Druggists.
Principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOSE, <fc Co., No.
I 83 Maiden Lane, New York. '
TlW. DYOTT <fc SONS, and JENKINS A HARTS- (
| llUKiNfc., i'linacieipnia.
And for sale by llAVILAND, HARRALL, ?fc Co.,
and I'. M. COHEN, <t Co., C larleSton ; and Z. J. I)e- 1
HAY, Camden, and by Druggists and country merchants
generally.
Price 00 per bottle or 6 bottles for $5.00 i
Spiccs.
VLL Spiee, Cinnamon, Cloves, Mace, Nutmegs, t
Ginger, lilack and Red Pepper.
Also?Flavoring Extracts of Orange, Lemon, Peach, <
Rose, Nutmegs, Almond and Vanilla, Rose Water, J
Orange Flower Water, &c. Always on hand at
Feb 8?Gtf "Z. J. DeHAY'S.
Window Glass.
r|~,HK subscriber has just receiveda largo invoice o ]
JL that line "Patapsco" GLASS, varying in size from
8 y, 10 to 18 y, 24, to which he invites the special attention
of his customers. Z. J. Dell AY. i
_Dec. 21tf -
KadwttyS Remedies.
C10NSISTING of Radway's Ready Relief, Ready
> Resolvent, Ready Regulators (Pills,) Medicated (
Soap and Circassian Balm for the Hair. Justreceiv- k
ed at Z. J. DeHAY'S. \
March 29 tf k
Lampx! Lamps!! 1
I^OR Lard, Oil and Darning Fluid, a large variety, 1
. among which are a Yew of the new Pantent Safety
Lamps, and Cans to match. Just received at {
Feb 8 tf Z. J. DeHAY'S.
II;iii?liig Lamps. ?
IT'OR burning Spirit Gas, some beautiful paterns. f
Just receiveda; Z. J. DeHAY'S. y
Dec. 21.?3t t
Pure White Lead.
VLARGE and fresh supply of Harrison's extra
quality Parlor Lead, Chrome Green, ground and J
dry; Lin-eed Oil; Spirits Turpentine, Ac. Ac. Just
received nt Z. J. DeIIAY.S.
Fresli Saratoga Water,
JUST received at J
WORKMAN'S Drug-Store.^ *
Tea, Tea, Tea. t
("t UNPOWDER, flyson, Imperial, Young ITyscn
T and Black, of superior quality. Received and
for sale by SIIAW & AUSTIN. )
CASKS (quarts and pints) "Longworth's" Spark
r) ling Catawba Wine. Received and for sale by
Dec. 0, 1852. SHAW & AUSTIN. , J
BRICKS FOR SAFE. " C
rr,HE subscriber lias on hand a large quantity o
JL GOOD BRICK, which may be had on application
January 23. . J. F. SUTHERLAND.
Toilet Soaps.
CCONSISTING of Cleaver's Honey Soap, Old Brown "
) Windsor, Taylor's Crystalline Wash Balls, Mauge
net and Coudrav's Omnibus and Farisicnnp Soaps, Savon's
do Families, and many others too numerous to j
mention, may always bo found at o
Aug. 9* Z J. DeIIAY'3. C
To Rent.
T1IAT Dwelling House and Store on Broad street, '
lately occupied by "W. M. Billings. For particulars *
apply to JAMES McEWKN.
Constantly on Hand,
CtEMKNT, Calcined Plaster of Paris, for building /
/ purposes; Gypsum or Land Plaster, for agricul- "
tural purposes, and Stone Lime, all of good quality and
in quantities to suit purchasers.
A very superiorarlicleof White Lime for whitewash
ing. C. L. CnATTEN.
March 9. '20 , tf
Wool, Wool. ]
"IT7ILL be purchased either in the Burr or clean,
>V bv W. ANDERSON.
Aug. 23 34 tf.
Just Received.
A N assortment of Fisk's METALIC BURIAL CAl\
1 , ?,n,.nm?T,to in I A
XJL Olid. liivrv uuiu wen iiud ...
this article. Cau be seen at the subscriber's Ware- ~
Room. C. L. CIIATTEN.
Ilair Brushes.
rpilK undersigned has now on hand an elegant asX
sortmcnt of French. English and American Hair
Brushes, to which ho invites the attention of his numerous
friends and customers.
August 9-32 tf Z. J. DeIIAY.
Brick ! Brick ! ! Brick !! !
rpilli subscriber has on hand, and for sale, about i
X one hundred and fifty thousand Brick, which he !
will sell low, if applied for soon. A selection of Brick ! ^
Bats can be had at two dollars for a 4 horse load. Also 1 "1
a good second hand cart. Also a splendid 7 octavo) J
7VASO-FORTE made by Hnllett k Allen, of superior ! d
tone and finish. It is almost entirely new, having t<
been used but seven months. it
IT. IIOLLEYMAN.
Holland Gin.
1 CASK superior Holland Gin. Just received and
for sale by J. A. SCI1ROCK.
Sept. 13?37 tf
G~1 ENTLEMEN'Sand Youth's clothing, among which w
I are some Extra sized coats and vests now offering
at the "old corner" at New York retail prices.
Oct. 11?tf. K W. BONNBY.
CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES!!
LEONARD CHAPIIV, r
M anufacturer and dealer in carriages
. and HARNESS of every description, Nos. 124 1 f<
Meeting st and S3 Wentworth-st. next to the old v
stand of Gilherts A Clifl|>in, Charleston, S. C. ?
Feb. 1. 6 tf w
??"W. R. IIunteu may be found at the above Ro
pository, and take this method to assure his frionds ~
that all orders entrusted to him will be attended to i
with promptnosH and strict fidelity.
ROKEKT J. NcCREIGHT, 11
CI OTTO X GIN MAKER. Rutledge Street, one -V
J door East of M. Druckor & Co., Camden, S. C. j,
I A DIES' Rich Silks and splendid Worsted DRESS
J GOODS, of cvory quality and stylo. For sale t
low, at RONNEY'S. ,
REMEDIES.
TO' TBfE PUBLIC.
RADWAY <fc CO., the inventors, Manufacturers'
ind Proprietors of tJie justly celebrated R. R. lie me lies,
were the first to discover a Remedy possessing-'
;he marvellous and miraculous power of stopping the'
nost excruciating pains in an instant;- allaying the
svorst Crumps and Spasms, either internal or external,'
n a few minutes, and soothing the most severe paroxysms
of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and '1'ic Doloreux,
is applied. The R. R. R. Remedies consist of three'
Remedies, each possessing quick and wonderful powers
over certain complaints and diseoses and will in"
stantly?
RELIEVE the human system from pain.
REGULATE each organ to a Healthy Action.
RESOLVE away all Diseased Deposits.
RENOVATE the body from all Corrupt Humors.
REBUILD the Weak and Broken Down Constitu-'
ions.
RESTORE to health, Strength and Vigor all unsound
and worn out parts.
R. R. R.?No. 1.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF,
For all Acute Complaints,
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL
The moment it is applied externally, or taken into
lie system, it will stop the most excruciating pain and
juickly remove'its cause. . \
Rheumatism.
Mr. Granger, a mason well known in Brooklyn,
ivos a cripple for nine years. Radwuy's Ready Relief
elieved him from pain in fifteen minutes, enabled hiite'
o walk two miles without the aid of stick orefotCff
n three days, and cured him entirely in one week.
Thousands of other cases equally as wonderful a$
lie above, have been cured J>y R It. Relief.
Cholera morbus
Radway's Ready Relief will relieve the sufferer
rom all jmin in fifteen or twenty minutes. It will
:ure the most desperate cases in a few hours.
Neuralgia.
The moment R. It. Relief is applied it allays the
nost painful paroxysms. It will always cure.
Sick Headache.
It will relieve the most distressing pains in fifteen
ninutes. It will likewise prevent renewed attacks.
Ague.
In ten minutes a tea-spoonful of K. K. Relief will
itop the Chills and break the Feverr
Aches of all kinds, Pains of all kinds, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds, Strains, Sprains, Stiff Joints, Lameness. One
ipplication of Rad way's Ready Relief will in a few
noments entirely stop the pain.
It reduces swellings, heals sores, cuts and wounds,
einoves bruises, allays the most violent irritations.?
For all pains use R. R. Relief. Look for the signature
[tadway <fc Co. on each bottle.
R. R. R.?No. 2.
RAD WAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVENT.
RESOLVES, RENOVATES, REBUILDS.
IT CURES
Scrofula, Tumors, Bleeding of the Lungs,
Syphilis, Consumption, St Vitus' Dance,
Sores, Rickets, Salt Rheum,
Asthma, Nodes, Canker,
bronchitis, Eever Sores, Rash,
[Beers, Erysipelas, Tetters.
The above eighteen complaints R. R. Resolvent will
wsitively cure.
It renovates the system completely, resolving away
rom the Solids all impure Poisonous and and diarased
Deposits, freeing the blood and fluids of Life
rom all corrupt humors, restoring energv and vigor,
lealth a fid strength to every Organ and Member of
hp Rodv.
LETTERS FROM HIGH AUTHORITY
Hod. J. J. Middleton, of WaecamawjS. C, writes as
indt-r datefofMay 2d,l?53, tJiatRadway'a Renovating
tesoivent cured one of his negroes, on his Plantation
it Beauford, of a Scrofulous complaint, of many years'
tending. The poor fellow was a disgusting object of
lity; he was a .moving mass of sores. The- other
legroes Could not remain in the same place with him.
le was entirely cured by Rad way's Renovating Reolvent,
and is now at work upon the plantation. To
lie people of S, C. Mr. Middleton is well known, and
o the political world Mr. Middleton is no stranger.
Sold in Camden by Z, J. DkHAY and T. A E
VOKK.MAN. Oct. 18?ly
A. G. BASILS.
A TTORXEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN
rV. EQUITY, Camden, S. C. WjU practice in Ker
haw and adjoining Districts. Office in rear of the
lourt Ilousc. May 18.
W. Till?11 LOW CASTON.
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity.
CAMDEN, S. C.
Office on Broad-Street near the Court House.
W. II. K. WORKMAN, ~
A TTORNEY AT LAW, AND SOLICITOR IN
ljL EQUITY, Camden, S. C. Will attend the Courts
f Darlington and Sumter Districts. Office in the
lourt House.
Bagging, Rope and Twiite.
* BALES Gunny Bagging; 20 coils Rope; 100 lbs.
) Twine. Just received and lor sale by
June 21. W. C. MOORE.
IV. O. an<fr W. 1. Molasses
I1HDS. "West India Molasses; 10 bbls. New Or)
leans do. Just received and for sale by
June 21. AV. C. MOORE.
GEO. ALDE.A,
Manufacture a and Dealer in
Boots, Shoes, and Leather.
\T KEPS constantly on hand a large and well assort"
LV. ed Stock of all kinds of Goods in his line.
March 1.?9tf
WJl. ill. SHANNON,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity,
CAMDEN, s C.
Has removed his Office to that one door above
i. Young's Book Store. Jan. 24.
E. W. BOMEY,
Bank Agent and General Merchant,
corner of broad and york streets,
CAMDEN, S. a
GEORGE 1IOPKINSON,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity,
Practises in Charleston and the adjoining Districts
pirOKricE No. i) Broad Street.
WILLIAM TARVER,
JABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER
ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Camden
LV and its vicinity, that he has located himself one
oor above Mr. P. F. Villepigue's store where he inmds
carrying on the Cabinet making business in all
s various branches.
Furniture repaired, polished and put in complete
rdcr.
All orders executed with neatness and despatch.
Funerals furnished at the shortest notice.
April 5?15tf W. TARVER,
WORKMAN & BOONE,
AXUFACTURER8, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER8 lit
Boots, Shoes, Leather,
And Shoe-Findings,
CAMDEN, S. C.
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKING
I'M IE undersigned continues his business at the ol
. stand, returns his thanks for past favors and hope
>r a continuance of patronage. All work in his lin
rill bo done with punctuality, and where the cash i
aid, at the time of delivery, a discount of ten per cen
rill be made.
Jan G, ly]J2- F. J. OAKS.
CHARLESTON PRICES.
oai\i\i ruv tdhxmto
11A11A * . J iv *Ji\o,
military work, ac.
lanufucturcd to order and warrated, at CHARLES
ON PRICES, opposite Mr. Robert Man's Coach Fae
jry, Camden, S C., by
LUKE ARMSTRONG.
)/AA LBS. rOTASlT. Just received and for sale
)U\/ by T. vt K. WORKMAN.

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