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* . - ^nrtrij. UP AND BE DOING. Up and bo doing! aye bo resigned Ne'er so dejected and pale; ' Man with an intellect?man with a mind ; What docs your sorrow avail ? Fear in the bosom and tears in the eye Never drive evils away: Manfully struggle, earnestly try, Up and bo doing to-day 1 Up and be "doing! goals may be won By persons of every sphere; Deeds of affection and love may be done Every day in the year. Onward ! whilst science is shedding her stores, And light from her portals is streaming Upward! the lark that at heaven's gate soars A lav of thanksgiving is hymning! Up and be doing! win a great name. Purchase broad lands of your Steep is the eminence leading to fame, Thorny the path to renown. Thorny and steep?tho one may be climbed, The other as easily trod, * By him who with wisdom his actions has timed, Who centres his trust upon God. Up and bo doing! murmurs and sighs, 1 Drive them uncorteously hence; Search after knowledge?learn to be wise, Think of your shillings 3nd pence. Poetry, fiction, and day dreams of bliss? All very well in their way? Are not the right tools for a workshop like this, Up and be doing to-day! Slflrintlftirn!. From the Sumter Banner. Renovation of the Soil. To the President and Members of the Sumter Agricultural Association: Gentlemen : As improvement in every branch of Agriculture is the object which our Association has in view, I deem it proper to address this and other communications relating to agricultural art or science to you, trusting the views set forth may lead to the communication of important facts by others. The improvidence of the Southern planter has'become almost proverbial. He begins by preparing the woodland for the culture of corn, cotton, &c.;and at the end of a few years thefer. tility of a large part of his cultivated land has become exhausted by neglecting to restore to >t what has annually been abstracted by the growing crop. The*remedy for this has been to lay it aside, and prepare a fresh piece of woodland for culture, until, as it often turns out in the course of his planting operations, he has cleared three or four times as much land as he anjiually cultivates. Now though it would be better economy to renew regularly in the soil what it loses from year to year iu bringing to maturity the cultivated crop, than to defer this labor till it has become utterly impoverished, and then resort to some means of renovation ; yet, as such economy is so little practiced, we propose the question to any planter who designs clearing and substituting new land in place of what he has exhausted. Would not fho //?/?/** mirf ptnpnrp nf rpfinntiiin n nmir pt. ...? ^ ^ y hausted land be less than that of clearing and preparing for cultivation the same extent of woodland ? We feel assured (though all planters have not equally at command the materials for cheap renovation) that such would be the result of actual experiment in nine ouses out of ten, in which the simple means of renovation hereafter pointed out, are employed. Both observation * and experiment furnish us with a reason for the faith that is in us, viz: that, whenever there is a sufficient body of woodland adjoining or near by the cultivated field, and rotted vegetable matter stay therefrom be provided in sufficient quantity, and at a convenient distance, the renovation of fche soil in such a field is not! only practicable, but attended with less labor and expense than the preparation of the woodland for cultivation. In seeking to effect this end, (renovation,) the planter cannot err in J adopting the simple means which nature ein-! ploys with the same^nd in view. In the leaves, i straw, bark, &c., with which she annually covers the surface of the earth, is provided'an ample store of the food requisite to sustain the plants and tre^s which grow upon it. They contain the very ingredients of the natural soil; and in tneir decay and decomposition, evolve whatever elements it may bo necessary to return to it in order torestore its fertility. Chemical analysis.of the seeds and roots of cdltiva , ted plants, and of the leaves, straw and bark of a great variety of trees abundantly prove this; and show us farther, that in the beautiful economy of nature, the elements of nutrition for * plants exist in these products which she aunu ! ally returns to the soil, in far greater propor- J tion than they do in the bodies and branches - of trees. What then has the planter to do in i * order, cither to restore to the soil before it becomes exhausted, whatever is needed to secure its fertility, or, to renew the fertility of one, which he has exhausted? but to draw from the woodland adjoining his field, a sufficient quantity of the very material which originally tortili7ed it. It is sometimes important to ascertain ^ byjin analysis of the soil what elements may J be needed to restore its fertility, but we believe [ it ranplv linimpne itmt lliav pan tin nrm/iilcd nu ' " '" J ' "ITV"" ~ l"v" cheaply in their separate form, as that in which they may thua be provided by a greater majority of planters. While therefore we rejoice that *?ience'begins to shed its light as a guide ^ to the planter in his operations, let us not overlook or under value the plain teachings of nature because the truths she discloses are not brought to view by the light of science. By the decomposition of the leaves, straw, &c.,! which fall from the trees, other purposes in the economy of nature are answered besides preserving or renewing the soil, but the pointer having this etui solely in view may accomplish it in a comparatively short time?and apply the same materials in a form bettor adapted tooth- l or objects he has immediately in view. Four great advantages, for example, are | gained by applying the straw, &<;., for the pur- j pose of renovation, in a rotted, instead of a , iresli state. As far as our observation extends. | these substances J?ave been used, in the few ex- j periments made to test their effects as a l-eno- j vator, either in a fresh or very partially rotted , state. Various disadvantages attend the use i of them ir. this form, which do not attend t heir I use when thoroughly decayed. The labor of carting fresh litter is comparatively.much grca- j ter; which is owing to the difficulty of com-1 pressing it to a convenient bulk for loading and ' hauling No ti.ote than a comparatively ?n at! quantity can b? ploughed in the land. The ' soil is choked and the roots of young plants ! very much obstructed by it. To this add, that in consequence ofjts slow decomposition, and the small quantity ploughed in, the increased I fertility is not always very perceptible. We arc saiisficd however from a full experiment with it, that a highly profitable use may be made of vegetable matter obtained from tbc woodland as a renovator, bv collecting it " . large piles and suffering it to lie a "jw,ve ; month or more being ploughed in' 1,10 By this means the hulk of*ver ,a'J'.c matlor is ! reduced to ahout one four'''* "s Jn j a considerable degree l,ie 'a')0r of carting; in j its then partialis composed state, it itnmedi1 ately provide Nutriment for the growing plant, without 'instructing its roots as fresh litffr jOPr. while no quantity that can be ploughed ] . nto the land will prove too much. We need J scarce remark that the addition of even a small quantity increases its efficacy as a manure.? j We invite your attention however to a fact | stated by 'Mr. Pell, an agiiculturalist of high ! reputation) in a communication on the subject of vegetable matter*is a manure. He informs us that when collected in a heap, \Vith a certain quantity of pounded charcoal strewn over it (which answers the purpose of absorbing and retaining the ammonia which would otherwise escape) it becomes, when rotted, a manure superior even to stable manure. As charcoal is the very best known absorbent of ammonia (a principal toou or plants; we question not mat j great advantage is derived from the use he makes of it. . ' As anifexperiment by which to compare the labor of renovating the soil by the means we 'have adverted to, with that of clearing and pre paring new land for cultivation, we have, as we believe by such means perfectly renewed the soil 011 six or seven acres of old/exhausted land, and are satisfied that the labor and expenses of a perfect renovation need not be above one half that of the latter operation.? We have also, as a means of providing a larger | quantity of manure for our fields, resorted lati teily to the plan of providing rotted litter for the stable and cowpen, by suffering it to lie in piles a sufficient length of time before making use of it; and iri consequence of the ease with which it is reduced to a proper consistency, the same quantity of good manure is. made in a comparatively short time, and our manure heap is more than twice as large as it formerly was. The proportion of animal excrements to the whole bulk of manure is necessarily smaller, but our observation ^lius far satisfies us that it nevertheless possesses equal efficacy with that made with fresh litter. We repeat the hope, gentlemen, that what we have written may lead to other communications from those among > Ull, ^lira 1^4 VA|;v?iwuuw m ??? IVWAtural affairs, than yours, &e. Green Swamp Planter. iJitmotm _ Ofk Grandfathers.?We once heard a vain conceited chap, standing with some fifteen or twenty other fellows, round the almost redhot stove of a country store, one winter night, saying that we were much wiser now, in the present generation, than a generation gone before us. " Not at all, I guess," said one of them, " for there is a good deal of difference in folks." ? Well," sairl lie, "all that I know is, that my father knew more than my grandfather, and I know, that 1 know more tlufti my father did, for I've had a chance to see a great deal more than lie did." " Ha! ha ! ha!" went all around the store. " What are you laughing at says he. "Nothing!" said a red-haired, loungy-gaited fellow. " I never knowed your father, but your grandfather must have been a natural fool according to your argument. They laughed heartily at first, but ha looked so sheepish that they felt sorry for him, and he cltAnm) Ant ? cr\r\*\ vut j'lvitj ouwk, A young lady in a class studying physiology in the High School.at Sandusky, made answer to a question put, that in six years a human body became entirely changed, so that not a particle which was in at the commencement of the period, would remain at the close of it. 'Then, Miss L.,' said the young gentleman . tutor, in six years vou will cease to#e Miss L." 'Why, yes, sir, I suppose so," said she very modestly, looking at the floor. Tuf. Cent and the Eagt.e.?Simon Holdfast was not a liberal-minded man. There was no danger of his ruining himself by extensive charities. Still, whenever there was a collec fion taken up at the church, or at a public meeting, he always took care to give something. " 9 "It looked well to give something," he said "and there was no need of letting the people kno^v bow much you gavd. lie hated ostentation, for his part." He always put a cent in bis pocket oil such an occasion. People might think from the rattling that it tvas gold", or at least silver. Mr. i Holdfast was about to attend an evening meet- | ing for a charitable purpose. He accordingly denosited in his vest pocket, as he supposed the usual liberal sum. ( This he deposited in the box with an air of conscious liberality lighting tip his face. When he reached home, he had occasion lo i open his pocket-book, when, to his consternation he discovered a cent carefully laid away in a recess. The eagle was :io\vhere?<o be found ! "Good Heavens!" exclaimed Simon, "I've gone and given away ten dollars to that cursed charity?an amount which, properly laid out, would have served for a thousand occasions of the same kind !" Simon sat down quite overcome, but it couldn't he helped. As an offset to his extravagance, he has decided to reduce the wages of his servant girl till the amount was made up. < <> J* A RTitf i:KM911*. I r|"MIK undersigned Ii.ip this day associated with him 1 1. in business, in Camden, Air. 13. J. KUYKEN- j DAI.L. Ti e business will hereafter be conducted un- I der the name and firm of .MOORE it KUYIvEN- ! DAI.L Willi a splendid stork and a strict attention to bitsi- j; lies?, a share of patronage is solicited. \Y. C. MOOR!'. !1 I M Y business having undergone a change, renders | it actually rceessarv lluit all?b-s and accounts , | due me previous to the first of January IfcG-l, should be settled; and I trust that all indebted to me will , give it their prompt and < n'i - t attention. V i" MOOUK. i V.ei.-l : to New Books.,^ of the UNI-!, complete GAZF,'rau(j comprehensive | TBI) S1A1ES, giving^ industry, and Resources ' review of the present comky. Embracing, also, impor- i of the American Gon^,ricni itiforniati0n, together with ] tant statistical aufjlt0 Census, aud a new map of the ! the results of' U. S. l&fu Almanac for 1854, price $1. ^ iTiardson's Anatomy. The Priest and the Huguenot, or persecution in the age of Louis XV., from the French of'L. Bnngener in 2 vols. | Haps aud Mishaps of Grace Greenwood. Health trip to the Tropics, by "Willis. Hot Corn. Life Scenes in New York, illustrated. Hoincsights and Shaddows, by Arthur. Poems and Parodies. Lines for the gentle and lovely. Mr. Rutherford's children. Little Ferns for Fanny's little friends. Passion Flower? 1 lardy IT. Mrs. Browning's Poems?'Windspirit. Harrington Sketches?Harry Harsou. Golden Dreams and Leaden Realities. Putnam's ponular books of Travel, &c. ' A. YOUNG. ! A UIJ. ZI O GROCERIES! GROCERIES!! j rIMIE subscriber invites the attention of his cus- ' .1. toiners nnd the public generally to hie stock of . new and cheap GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS, etc., consisting in part, of j SUGARS?Brown, Crashed and Refined COFFEES?Rio, Laguirn and Java MOLASSES?New Orleans and West India Superior Sugar House Syrup CANDLES?Sperm. Adamantine and Tallow MACIvAREL?Kits nnd Barrels * Sugar-cured Hams, Lard, Rice, Seed Potatoes Pearl Starch, Ginger, Allspice, Pepper Cloves, Nutmegs, JCassia, Ground Spices, &c. FANCY GROCERIES. * Preserved Fruits, in Cans Fresh Tomatoes, do do Peas do do Salmon do do Lobsters do . Pie Fruits English and American Pickles do do Mustard Ginger Preserves, assorted ic. WINES AND LIQUORS. 2 Qr. casks "Otard <fc Dupuy's" BRANDY 1 do "Ilenuessec" Do 1 do Cherry Do 2 do Old Madeira WINE 2 ?do Malaga WINE I do Superior Holland GIN 1 do Old Jamaica RUM 10 baskets pure Heidsick CHAMPAGNE 4 eases St. Julien Medoc CLARET 5 barrels Eagle WHISKEY 10 do Bourbon Do 20 do Double Rectified Do ? da genuine old reach BRANDx TOBACCO AND SEGARS. 5 boxes Ayer's and Pcnu's premium TOBACCO G do Alcorn's * Do 10 do Common * Do 15 M. SEGAltP, various brands. With a variety of other article?, ayll of which will bo disposed of at the lowes prices foe, cash orto punctual customei^on short time. Feb. 14. J. A. SCI1ROCK. I> KADY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS i For sale by A. 11 A It. Kennedy?viz: Dress, Frock, and Business Coats; Vests and Pantaloons: Dress and Under Shirts; Drawers; half JIoso; Fancy Cravats; Washington Tics, Ac. Boy's Clothing?Coats and Vests. Fashionable Hats, Caps, Ac - Sept. 27. HEAVY Seed Oats for sale at the Old Corner by E. W. BOXNEY Feb. 7. G tf. Dry-Goods, Groceries, Crockery fee.. r I'M IE subscriber continues to keep on hand a comJL plcte assortment of Domestic Dry Goods, Groceries, Crocker}*, Ac., which ho will sell very low for cash. His stock of "Groceries consists, in part, of stisar.cofiee, *alt, t'liecse, Ac.iic. Among his Dry Goods will be found a good article o pure Irish Linen, which ho will warrant to bo genuine and sell as cheap or cheaper than it can he bought in this market. Purchasers would do well to give him a call. Jan. 2. J. CHARLES WORTH. llaiv Rinslie*. rpriE undersigned lias now 011 hand an elegant a3X sortjnent of French, English and American Hair Brushes, to which he invites the attention of his nu merouB friends and customers. August 9-32 tf Z. J. DkHAY. GOOD YEAR'S Patent India Rubber Dressing ; Combs, Buffalo ami Horn Dressing Combs, Ladies Curling Combs. Ivory Fine Tooth and Pocket Combs. A line assortment for sale by Feb. 14. T. J. WORKMAN' A CO. SEED POTATOES. T shall receive this week five barrels fine Planting Potatoes. * E. W. BONNEY. Feb. 14, 1954. _ 7 tf. I)OCKIXO and Sitting CHAIRS, for sale at IV BONNEY'S. T)ROAD Iron, Hoes, Spades, Ac., just opened at the i J> old corner. E. W. BONNEY. Camden, Jan. 31, lS.r>3. 5 tf 17011 SALE, a line Saddle Horse. Enquire at the ' . '-old eurner" of - E. W. BONNEY. Feb. 14, 1854. 7 - tf. _ ' _ T ULK? 11A UKL'S celebrated PKBJ- VMERY.inr ' t.f great variety of kinds, l'or sole at "The Old Co n er," by " K. W. BONN FY. EEBE'S Fashionable Hats. Also, Cloth Caps, o J ) everr deseript.on. Just opened by Sept. 2' BONXKY. [ A SUBSTANTIAL North Carolina-built two horse I Wagon will be sold low. Enquire at the old cor I ncr. K. W. BONNEY. ^ Jan. 31, 1S54. fi ft ( ("1 ABDEN Hand Ploughs, Harrows, Hoes, Rake j * and Trowels, just received at the "old corner," by K. W. BONNEY. ( Feb. H, 1854. 7 ? tf. 5 _ ' J Dissolution of Co-Partnership. 1 rJ*,HE Copartnership heretofore existing between 1. the subscribers, under the name and style of c Workman k Boone was dissolved on the 1st inst. by mutu^Jfconsent. * , J. J. WORKMAN. J. B. F. BOONE. Jan. 10. 2 tf 1 T TT\I >5nlt fi.i. coin ?1 flw> " T11H Pnrnnr " W \ A E. W BONNET. Notice. VLL thtfse indebted to the subscriber eitbc^ by note or account, are requested to call and settle rorthwith. J. A. SCIIltOCK. ON and after Monday the 2d day of January, 1854? tlio l'assenger and Mail Train will leavo Camden 1 at (J o'clock, A. .M., and run directly through to Co- , luinbia, until further notice. Returning, will leave , Columbia as 12, M. N. 1). BAXLEV, Agent. Dec.30. 1 jf Notice. VLL persons having demands against the estate of Sarah Mosely, dee d, will present thorn duly attested, and those indebted will make immediate payment to CHARLES HALEY, Adnir. Feb. 17, 1851. s .it* For Sale, ' r PUREE of four good work horses. For particulars ( 1 npplv to ^AMES Me K WEN. Feb. 11, 7 tf. '/Bur T>A J3 J'fL, in Oil. do" received ami ' . . v. "I A K. WORK'.! \N I: * CAPPETINGS! CARPETINGS! ^pHE subscribers arc now prepared to offer at the X lowest market prices, a full assortment of superior VELVET TAPESTRY, BRUSSELS. TITREE-PLY INGRAIN. SCOTCH, VENETIAN, DUTCH and LINEN C,VRPET1XGS. ALSO. The various widths of Printed Baizes, or- Floor Cloths, Floor and Stair OIL CLOTHS and Crumd Cloths, Gilt and Silvered Stair Rods and Stair Carpeting. Rues, Mats, &c. All of which have been selected from the manufacturers in the American and English markets, by one of the partners, and we will have them cut, made, fitted and laid in the most workmanlike manner, and on the best terms. "We most confidently invite attention to our stock. CURTAIN MATERIALS. w earc now prepared 111 our oujuajj MENT to oiler the various styles of Curtain Stuffs,in Silk, Worsted, Linen, and Cotton. Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains, Gimjjs, Loops, Tassels, Cornices,&c Church Trimmings, Hangings, &c. New designs for which we have now received, and they will be made and put up on the best terms, in the most workmanlike manner, and under our own supervision. BROWNING k LEMAN, Successors to C. & E. L. Kcrrison & Co. Cor. King and Market-sts. Charleston. S. C. Oct. 19 8-1 ' tl CAMDEN BAZAAR. TTTK hereby apprize our friends and customers of T V the town and vicinity, that we liSvo removed our Goods back to gpr old stand, corner of Broad and Butlcdge Streets, and that we have received our stock for the winter season, which is more complete than we have ever before offered, consisting of all kinds of materials for LADIES' DRESSES, Ladies Bonnets; Ribbons, Trimmings. Ac., Ladies' Mantillas aud Mantles, in such a variety that we are certain to please purchasers. Ladies' Gloves, Gauntlets, Ac. Ac. Gentlemen's Clothing? Hats, Caps, India Rubber Goods, Ac. Also, a complete stock oj" GROCERIES, HARDWARE. CUTLERY, CROCKERY AND CHINA GOODS, With an extensive assortment of Heavy Goods for Plantation Use. Thanking the public for their liberal patronage, we solicit is continuance, and promise that our prices shall be as 'moderate as in any place where' the respective Goods are bought from. Oct. 35. M. DRUCKER & CO. W. ANDERSON IS NOW receiving his Fall and Winter supply of Staple and Fancy Dry-Goods, which comprise a full and gencrat assortment, consisting in part of the following: DRESS GOODS. Mouslin DcLaines, Cashmeres,JMerinoes, Ginghams, Prints, Ac., of every quality and price. WOOLEN GOODS. All-wnnl l?n dish Plains lioavv JCorspvs.Plaid Linsovs. * Georgia Plains, and other styles, at all prices FLANNELS, Of all colors, qualities and prices, c;E XTLEJI E X "S CLOTIIING. A complete assortment of Dress, Frock And Business COATS, of Cloth, Cassimere and Tweeds, all made up in the most fashionable style. BOY'S CLOTHING, Sacks, Frock Coats and Jackets, handsomely got up. Also. Fancy Cassimeres, Twcccls, Sattinetts, Liuen Tabling and Towelling Diapers Huckaback, Crash, Dowlas , 12-4 brown and bleached Sheeting, Canton Flannels. &c., &c. All of which will be sold at the lowest prices for cash or to punctual customers. Purchasers will please call on Oct. 11. * AY. ANDERSON. a "THE OLD CORNER." rI^IIK Undersigned. (Proprietor of the " Old Comer,'') JL lias now in store, and is constantly receiving a variety of Choice and Fa*liioi?al>!e Goods, which he proposes selling for the present year at vc ry low prices, on a credit of ONE YEAR ONLY. Customers wishing to trade on the above terms, will always find Goods and prices to suit. Believing that an extension of credit to two, three and /our years is ruinous to both seller and buyer, I most re spcctiuiiy decline an suen iruue. Uersons indebted to me for a period of two years and over, are requested to come forward and settle by the middle of February, ns all such paper will certainly be put in other hands for collection, after that time. Let it be remembered, that to insure cheap purchases, punctual payments are absolutely necessary. Upon this principle 1 propose doing busiucss for the year lSol. K. W. Propi ietor of the "OLD COltNER." Jan. 3. 2 tf _ Tlie Old Corner ! ! SUPERFINE and common carpeting, also fireen _ Baize and printed tluor cloths just opened at" the old corner" by * K. IV. BON N EY Oct. 11. 41 ,tf. T. & E. WORKMAN," Wholesale and Retail Druggists, CAMDEN, ,<?. C. OFFER for sale, for cash, or on approved credit, a lowest m I'MicEs, a large and well-selkc fed assortment of East India, il edited rantan and Kl'liOI'BAN" DRUGS AHfD MEDICDES, Fuesch, English. and American* CHEMICALS, of ALL KUCDS. Patent Medicines, Thompsonian Medicines, Shaker's Herbs snd Roots, Saratoga-Water, Wines and Branlies, Surgical Instruments, Trusses, faints, Oils, Yar lislies, Paint Brushes, Dye-stuffs, Lamps. Lamp Oils, Burning Fluid and Camphene, Druggists' and Physi:ians' 0lass-ware and Labels, Window Glass, Putty, Hair, Tooth, Nail and Flesh Brushes, Bronzes, Teas, Spices, and llavoring Extracts, Perfumery, Fancy Soaps, Fancy Articles, Genuine Cod Liver Oil, together .villi every article comprising the stock of a Druggist )r Physician. Our Stock is of tho best qualilj* and .ho best selected assortment ever offered to the pub- 1 ic. Physicians, Country Merchants. Planters, and all ithers eaiT depend on their orders meeting prompt and areful attention, and upon accommodating terms. S*o extra charge for packing or transportation to tho Elailroad Dcpor, or any part of the town N. B.?Physicians' prescriptions carefully compoun- ! led. ^ , Camdcff, Dec. 13 50 tf. .ftlioox, Shoes. A FULL supply of Ladies BOOTS and SHOES, o ' . all styles end qualities; .Misses' SCHOOL BOOTS ' ind SHOES, Youtli'saud Boy's Shoes. Just received \ jy W. ANDERSON. Huron ! liacon !! 1 10,000 lbs. splendid North Carolina BACON. Just > received and lor sale at MOORE'S. 17* LEG A NT DRESS GOODS, worsted and Silks, of j the latest and prettiest styles, selling at reduced jrices, at tho "Old Corner." by Nov: 9. * E. W. J30NNEY. tutKN-SHELLERS, self-sharpening Feed Cutters, ) (a new article,) also, Patent Cylinder and Thermometer Churns Meat.Cutters and Sausage Staffers. Also, Hand Plows and Harrow's for garden use. For mlo at the " Old Corner" by E. W. HONNEY. Spcriiutiid Adamantine Caudles. i A BOXES Spcrnt Candles, 4 s ,t G's. 1U 10 " Adamantine " " ** i... T A cnirnnPL' J'ursiliu I\) U. sx, uvuuvviv* FALL STOCK. AM. & 11. KHXXKDY arc now receiving a largo .supply of Goods, suitable for tlio season, comprising a handsome assortment of LAD IKS' PRESS GOODS, black and colored Silks, Mouselins, Plaids, Embroideries, Shawls, G lovos, Ac., Ac. Geutkmen's llVar?Cloths, Passiinpres, Vesting*, Ac. | I'o which the at ton lieu of their customers aud the public :jin?ii-^. Sept. 2T. Spices. ALL Spice, Cinnamon, Cloves, Macc, Nutmegs, Ginger, Black arXl Red Pepper. Also?Flavoring Extracts of Orange, Lemon, Pencil, Rose, Nutmegs, Almond and Vanilla, Rose Water, Orange Flower Water, &c. Always on band at Feb 8?Gtf Z. J. Dell AY'S. Window Glass. ff^HE subscriber lias just rcceiveda large invoice o X that lino "Patapseo" GLASS, varying in size from 8 y, 10 to 18 y 21, to which he invites the special attention of his customers. Z. J. DoIIAY. Dec. 2Jtf Kadway's lU'iiicdies. CCONSISTING of Railway's Ready Relief, Ready J Resolvent, Ready Regulators (Pills,) Medicated Soap and Circassian Balm for the Hair. Just received at Z. J. DellAY'S. March 20 tf . I.anips! Lamps!! T^OR Lard, Oil and Burning Fluid, a large variety, 1 among which are a few of the now Pantent Safety T.ornno orirl Pnno fn motftli Tlicf mnnivad nt HPeTstf '*W"" " X J.'DeHAY'S. Uaiisin;' Lamps. 1?0R burning Spirit Gas, some beautiful paterns . Just received at Z.J. DeHAY'S. Dec. 21.?3t Pure While L?ead. A LARGE and fresh supply of Harrison's 'extra il quality Parlor Lead, Chrome Green, ground and dry; Linseed Oil; Spirits Turpentine, Ac. Ac. Just received at Z. J. DeIIAY.S. Fresh Saratoga Water, J UST received at "WORKMAN'S Drug-Store. BRICKS FOR SAFE. nPLTH subscriber has on hand a large quantity o X GOOD BRICK, which may be had on application January 23. J. F. SUTHERLAND. Toilet Soaps. CONSISTING ofCleaver's Honey Soap, Old Brown Windsor, Taylor's Crystalline Wash Balls, Maugenet and Coudray's Omnibus and Parisienne Soaps, Savon's de Families, and many others too numerous to mention, may'always be found at Aug. 0- Z J. DeHAY'S. To Kent. THAT Dwelling House and Stor<? on Broad street, lately occupied by W. M: Billings. For particulars apply to JAMES McSSYEN. Constantly on Hand, CLEMENT,Calcined Piaster of Paris, for building J nurnosps- flvnanm hp T.onp' T>lo<p??>. fiA. ??:~..i ? I I 1 i lOOKVl, l\Jl ilgllUUi* tural purposes, and Stone Lime, all of good quality and in quantities to suit purchasers. A very superior articleof White Lime for whitewash ing.. C, L. CHATTEN. March 9. 20 tf WoolTwooI. "\\TILL be purchased either in the Bfirr or clean, y y by W. ANDERSON. Aug. 23 . 34 tf. Just Received. AN assortment of Fisk's MEYALIC.I3URIAL CASES. There have been late improvements in this article. Can be seen at the subscriber's WareRoom. _ C. L. ClIATTEN. G1 KNTLEMEN'Sand Youth'sel^hing, amgng which I are some Extra sized coats Rd vests now offering at the "old corner" at New York retail prices. Oct. 11?tf. E. W. BONNET. CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES !V LEONARD CHAPI.Y, Manufacturer and dealer in carriages and HARNESS of every description, Nob. 124 Meeting st and 33 Wcntworth-st. next to the old stand of Gilberts & Chapin, Charleston, S. C. Feb. 1. \ tf ?2T*W. R. IIcxtkr maybe found at the above Re nncit,?.-v .....1 ?i.S? j'vwiwi;, uiiu vuuv. kino IIIVHIUU iu udnuiv; ma uienua that all orders entrusted to liini will be attended to with promptness and strict fidelity. LADIES' Rich Sillra and Splendid Worsted DRESS GOODS, of evert* quality aud style. For sale low, at " BONNETS. Flavoring Extractx I^OR Ices, Custards, Puddfltgs, aud all kinds of Confectionary,. Pastry, etc. Ac. Among them are Vanilla, Lemon, Peach. Nutmeg, Bitter Almond, Banana, Pine Apple, Strawberry, Raspberry, Rose, Ginger, Cinnamon, tie. Ac., allverv superior and for sale by " F. L. ZEMP., ftcifi'o Cloths and JSlaukcts. A FULL supply of Plains Kerseys, and Blankets, of . different qualities, for Plantation use. For sale by Sept. 27. A. M. A R. KENNEDY. Hides. ''pnE highest price will be given for good hides L by ~ W. ANDERSON. Aug. 23 34 tf. For Sale. MY Kirkwood House, with ten rooms and six fire plac p. nil as good as new, and will he sold very low, if applied for soon. J B. F. BOONE. * Jany 18, 1So4 o tf. Keep Cool. HEAV^Lincn .Sheeting and Pillow Caso Linens For sale low by E. W. BONNE 1. Administrator's Notice. VLL persons having demands against the estate of Elizabeth Bask in deceased, will hand theni in properly attested, and those indebted will make payment to "A. G. BASKIN, Adm'r. Jan. 21, 1854. 5 tf. Wine ami Brandy. J Pipe superfine Old Palo Brandy, } " " Madeira Wine Just received by J. A. SCHI'OCK. Sept. 13. 37 tf Catawbsi. F:tct ory Yarn A ATE have just received on consignment, a good asT t sort men t of all numbers of the above Factory, which we offer to merchants and customers on the lowest terms. M BRUCKER & CO. Patent IQedicincs A V FRES1I SUPPLY, just received, among them arc: llolloway's Ointnidftt Cherry Pectoral Holloway's Pills Ilasting's Syrup Naptha llobcnsack's Worm Syrup Rodger's Syrup of LiverMextican Mustang Lini- wort and Tar and Canmcnt chalagua Pain Killer . Daily's Magical Pain ExScltzer Aperient tractor Liarry's Trieophcrous Christie's Galvanic Belts? Taync's Medicines . Necklaces, Bracelets and Had way's Ready Relief Fluid Gxygcnated Bitters Brow's Ess. Jamaica Ginger Georgia Sarsaparilla Murray's Fluid Magnesia Sands'Sarsaparilla Cod Liver Oil Townscnd's Sarsaparilla Indian Hair Dye Dead Shot Bachelor's Hair Dye Fahnestock's Vermifuge Depilatory Power Wistar's Balsam WildChcr-Magnetie Plaster VV For sale by . * F. L. ZHMP.C STATE OF "sOTTII-CAROEIWA^ KKIiSIIA W DISTRICT. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. I AMKS W. RASKIN, who is in the oustody of the Sheriff of Kershaw District, by virtue of a Writ of Capias ml Satisfaciendum, at the suit of Martin & Bryan, having tiled in my office, together with a schedule on oath, of his estate and effects, his petition to the Court of Common Pleas, praying that he may be admitted to the benefit of the Acts of the General Assembly, made for the relief of insolvent debtors. It is ordered, That the said Martin k Bryan, and all orcditors to whom the said dames W. Raskin is in eny wise indebted, be, and they are hereby summoned, and have notice to appear before the said Court at the aourt House at Camden, on the third day of April Cxt, u show cause if any they can, why "the prayer nethe pe.llioncr aforesaid ehould not be granted* M. KAUDIX, c. c. r. Office o: Common Picas. -2d day of Jan'y 1 i i aco ac? . REMEDIES. TO THE PUBLIC. RADWAY <fc CO.. tlic inventors, Manufacturers and Proprietors of the justly celebrated R. R. Remedies, were the first to discover n Remedy possessing the marvellous and miraculous power of stopping the most excruciating pains in an instant, allaying the j ^vorst Cramps and Spasms, either interna) or^tternal J in a few minutes, and soothing the most severe parox, ; ysms of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Tic Doloreux| as applied. The It. R. R. Remedies consist of three Remedies, each possessing quick and wonderful pow^ ers over certain complaints and diseases nnd will 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 ^cak nnd Broken Down Constitutions. t \ RESTORE to health, Strengtlvsnnd Vigor all unsound and worn out parts. R. R. R.?No. 1. tAX* w i*. x a niiAJJ * njjiiiur,For all Acute Complaints, / INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL / Tlie moment it is applied externally, or taken intjr the system, it will stop the most excruciating pain an/p? quickly remove its cause. j Rheumatism. J Mr. Granger, a mason well known in Brooklyn',was a cripple for nine years. Eadway's Ready Reflief relieved him from pain in fifteen minutes, enabled |hin? to walk two miles without the aid of stick or cr/itcl? in thre e days, and cured him entirely in oneweeek. Thousands of other cases equally as wonderfful as the above, have been cured by R K. Relief. / * Cholera morbus t i Radway's Ready Relief will relieve the/sufferer # from all paiu in fifteen or twenty minutesL It will cure the most desperate cases in a few houife. Neuralgia. > . The moment R. R. Relief is applied ijt allays the most painful paroxysms. It will always,cure. Sick Headache. ( It will relieve the most distressing pains in fifteenminutes. It will likewise prevent renewed attacks. Ague. In ten minutes a tea-spoonful of R. l?. Relief will stop the Chills and break the Fever. Aches of all kinds, Pains of all kinds, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Strains, Sprains, Stiff Joints, Lameness. One application of Rad way's Ready "Relief will in a few moments entirely stop the pain. It reduces swellings, heals^ores, cuts and wounds, removes bruises, allays the most violent irritations.? For all pains use R. It. Relief. Look for the signature Radway <fc Co. on each bottl<% R. R. R?No. 2. K AD WAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVENT. RESOLVES, RENOV^TE^tEBUILDS. IT CURES Scrofula, Tumors, Bleeding of the Lungs, Syphilis, Consumption, St. Vitus' Dance, bores, KicKeis, ban ieneum, Asthma, Nodes. CnDker, j 'Bronchitis, Eever Sores, Rt.sh, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Tetter."# J The above eighteen complaints It. It. Resolvent will positively cure. It renovates the system completely, resohing away from t^ie Solids all impure l'oisonous and and diseased Deposits, freeing the blood an#fluids of Life from all corrupt humors, restoring energy and vigor, health and strength to every Organ aud Afcmbcr of the Body. LETTERS FROM HIGH AUTHORITY Hon. J. J. Middleton, of WaceamawJS, C, writes us under date'ofMay 3d, 1853, that Rod way's Renovating Resolvent cured one of his negroes, on his Plantation at Benuford, of a Scrofulous complaint, of many years' standing. The poor fellow was a disgusting object of pity; he was a moving mass of sores. The other negroes could not remain in the same place with him. He yj&s entirely cured by ltadway's Renovating Resolvent, and is now at work upon the plantation. To the people ofS, C. Mr. Middleton is well known,and to the politic*! world Mr. Middleton is no stranger. Sold in Camden by Z, J. DeIIAY apd T. A- E WORK M A N. Oct. 18?1 y A. G. ISASK1X, ' i ttfipvuv at t aw avtt snt.tfttnt? tv xV EQUITY, Camden, S. C. "Will practice in Ker shaw and adjoining Districts. Office in rear of tbe Court House. . May 18. W. THUKLOW CASTOR, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity. CAMDEX, S. C. Office ou Broad-Street near the Court House. W. II. R. 1VORKMAIV, VTTORXEY AT LAW, AND SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, Camden. S. C. Will attend the Courts . of Darlington and Sumter Districts. Office in the Court House. ~ AVU. II. SHANNON, Attorney ^t Law and Solicitor in. Equity, CAMDEN, S- C. Has removed his Office to that one door above A. Young's Book Store. Jan. 24. E. IV. BOAAEI, Bank Agent and General Merchant, CORXEU OF DROAD AXD YORK STREETS, ' CAMDEN, S. C. SADDLE & HARNESS MAKDC '"PHE undersigned continucshis busincssat the old X stand, returns his thanks for past favors and hope for a continuance of patronage. All work in his lin will be done with punctuality, and where the casji i paid, at the time of delivery, a discount of ten per ten will be made. Jan 6, lyjJ2- F. J. OAKS. QnnL BS. POTASH. Just received and for sale I by T. <L E. WORKMAN. Salem Woolens. I WILL receive in a few days, a full supply of the above desirable Goods. Planters are invited to call and examine them before purchasing. They will be sold at Factory prices, by Oct. it. w. Anderson, Agent. Domestics. I) ED and white Flannels. Linseys, Ticks, Sheetings, V all widths, Led and Crib Blaukets, Lo'ng Cloths, brown and bleached Shirtings, Ae. For sale low, by Sept 27. A. M. & R. KENNEDY. # . Camden Bazaar. E have unpacked a most splendid assortment of ? > ItEAD Y-MA DE CL OTIilXG. SHOES, IIA TS and CATS, which we are able to sell to our friends and customers at Northern prices. Oct. 11. M. DRUCKER & CO. Oils! Oils!! Oils!!! rPIIE subscriber continues to keep constantly on .L baud a full supply of Solar, Lard and SrKRM Ou.S for Lamps. Machinery, Ac. ' Also, ' > \Jil?;ui SJII9 H't Jrt?i?u; a?iv* j'J.uu.iuun use, V/1I\V UIIC for table and mechanical Uses; Neatsfoot oil* for liar- H nc'ss, and Cod Liver Oil for medicinal use. All of flj which will be sold as low as can consistently be affordtd, H in thismrukct. Z. J. DkIIAY. H Aug. 9 tf M Timby's luiou Water Wheel. I A A JILL1AM M. SANDERS agent for Kershaw and H T T Sumter District*. H This Wheel is applicable to all kinds of Machinery H requiring tVater power, the most simple and power- H ful, and requires less water than any Wheel in cxis- H tence, and has the advantage of working entirely H submerged. H These Wheels may be seen in operation at. the A- H gent's mills, fourteen miles below Camden, who will H also superintend putting them in, if required, or be H may be addressed at Statcburg, S. C. Bj April 12. 15 12m. B OX consignment-n lot of prime North Carolina H llaeon, also a few celebrated "Milling Hams"' H i for sale low to close, also best Seed Potatoes, Cow H l Peas, North Carolina Flour. Ac, call at tlie "Old vH | Corner.* E. W BONNET,