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THE ANGEL BOY TO HIS MOTHER.
Where the weeping willows wave,
Betide an infant's tiny grave,
I wandered, lone. At even tide;
Metbought I beard a heavenly strain
Of mu3ic, trembling o'er the plain,
As if nome cherub sighed.
As o'er the grave I musing bowed,
la waking dream, I asked aloud,
41 And dost thou speak my child ?"
Upon the instant, at my ear,
An infant voice choired near,
i ^ Spiritual, and wild.
^ Sof softly, sweetly, sad the sound,
Zephyr ceased her play around,
And all the air was still.
This, the burthen of the song;
(Would I could its tones prolong,
And echo them at will 1)
" I rido unorwthe silverv sheen
Of heavenly orbs, to men unseen,
Mid spirit joys divine;
And float along cerulean skies,
Where, too pure for mortal eyes,
CelestnH glories shine.
"Yet, e'en amid such joys as these,
Anon, a heavy pang doth seize
Upon my quivering heart;
And anguish, such as lias its birth ?
Upon the fall'n sinful earth,
Wounds with po:sened dart.
u0h Mother, Rarest, 'tis thy sigh,
That penetrates this blissful sky,
And wounds thy " Angel Boy."
? Oh 1 weep not Mother; ev'ry tear,
Thou sbedd'st for me, doth reach me here,
And rob me of my joy.
" Oh rise above this marble white,
Where Jeamie vanished from thy eight,
All bathed in tears of love.
Rise in spirit to Jesus' breast,
Whither, to his eternal rest,
Hath flown thy wearied dove.'
Camden, S. C.
1QR. CASK very superior PORT WINE, for medical
purposes. For sale by
Aprils. - L. A. AUSTIN.
IDES WANTED.?We will pay in Cash,
the highest market price for green or dry Hides.
April 25. WORKMAN & CO.
hakhtsT
I SHALL open at the "OldCorner," in the course
of this week, a very extensive assortment of
Men's and Boy's SUMMER HATS, embracing all the
?west styles. E. W. BONNET.
March 28. tf
SPRING NOTICE.
THE undersigned is now receiving his Spring .and
Summer supply of Drugs, Medicines, Ac., to
vriiinli a* iwnnl lift invit^u tko utiontinn nf kto fnan^
and customers. Z. J. DkIIAY.
April 18, 16 t?_
AN assortment of Lubin's Extracts, for the handkerchief,
has just been received by
May 9. T. J. WORKMAN A CO.
BEST quality Ladies' Kid Gloves. Also. French
Embroideries. For sale low at the Old Corner.
May 9. E. W. BONNEY.
Ready-made clothing, iiats and caps
For sale by a_ m a R. Kennedy?viz:
Dress, Frock, and Business Coats; Vests and Pantaloons;
Dress and Under Shirts; Drawers; half Hose;
? Fancy Cravats; Washington Ties, Ac.
Boy's Clothing?Coats and V ests. Fashionable FTats,
Caps, Ac. Sept. 27.
Spriug and Summer Hats.
"tttr hat'O nn kan/1 o flnn nnnrtlr. /.r dnx'n#. a..J
mi ihmw v? naiiu a uuu ou^ipi* VI opi iu? auu
T . Summer Hats, sucli as
Fashionable Pearl and Drab Beavers, a beautiful
and very superior article, which we will sell at the exceeding
low price of $4.
Pearl Cassimere, Baltimore style
" " Kossuth
Drab Mexican
Planters' Drab Brush; Planters' Black Brush, Ac.
all of which we oflbr at vory low prices. Call and examine
them. WORKMAN A CO.
May 2 18
OUR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC
\ RK respectfully informed that we they will And
at the old stand of Workman & Boone, a largo
and well assorted stock of BOOTS and SHOES, HATS,
CAPS, Trunk*. Valces and Carpet Bags, which we
will sell as low as can be bought in this market.
April 25. WORKMAN Jk CO.
Hats at covr. ?As the summer is approaching,
we offer our well-assorted stock o
WOOL HATS and CLOTH CAPS at cost for Cash.
April 25. WORKMAN & CO.
I GATHER and Shoe-Finding.?A
* - large assortment of Leathe'- ar.d Shoe-Findings.
Vor sale low by WORKMAN & CO.
BATHING TUBS, Towel Stands, Garden Trowels
lin Fcot Tubs, Dish Covers, Chafing Dishes
Cake Pans, Jelly Moulds. Planished Tea Kettles, Preserve
Kettles, Milk Boilers, Coffee Roasters, &c. For
sale at the " Old Corner," by
April 25. E. W. BONNET.
A fine SADDLE HORSE. Also, a good Carriage
Horse and a Two-horee Wagon. For sale at the "Old
Comer," by E. W. BONNEY.
Corn Starcli.
FRESH, aud of superior quality, a large supply just
received at Z J. DKHAli'S.
April IS- tf 16
Ratchet 1 Matches!
I AM glad to bo able to inform those who were so
much pleased with those beautiful German Matches,
that I have succeeded in obtaining another supply,
towhich I ask their immediate attention.
Z. J. DEHAY.
April 1? 4t 16
ttu Cousigiiineut.
0 AAA GALLONS Stoco Ware, for sale by
OjUUU D. R. PEEBLES.
Camden, April 18 16
THE LAMPLIGHTER,
AUTOBIOGRAPHY of an Actress, by Mrs.Mowatt.
Louis Napoleon and bis Times.
Mrs. Partington's Carpet Bag of Fun, with 150
Erunavinga.
Tha Old Doctor, Miriam Alroy. .
* ?* ?' ;? im? n?v?
voovunne neiuuiing, iuc ^vuu8
The Wheel gt Misfortune, Ilypatia, 4a,
ALEXANDER YOUNG.
April 11, 15
Fishing 'iackle.
r?ISHIJPfr TACKLE, of every variety, consisting o
X Silk, Flax, Hair, bilk-wonn and jQotton Lines,
Limerick Hooks and Kirby, liglit and extra strong,
1'loatP, Dip Nets, Loop Hooka, Keels, Bait Buckets,
Snap Hooks, &c. A. YOUNG.
BROAD Iron, Hoes, Spades, 4c.. just opened at the
old corner. ... E. W. BONNEY.
Cajndon, Jan. 31, 1853. 6 tf
F?R SALE, a One Saddlo Horao. Enquiro at the
'wMwniy" of B. W. BOJUNEY.
J tf_
JULES HAUEL'S celcltaltd IHIYEl.LY,inr
grckt variety of kinds'. 1 or tale at ~'Uht (>la Co
' E. WDONKEY;
CARPETINGS! CARPETINGS!
rpHE subscribers are now prepared to offer at the
JL lowest market prices, a fuilassortment of superior
VELVET TAPESTRY, BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY
INGRAIN. SCOTCH, VENETIAN, DUTCH
and LINEN CARPETINGS.
ALSO.
The various widths of Printed Baizes, or Floor
Cloths, Floor and Stair OIL CLOTHS and Crumb
Clotiis, Gilt aud Silvered Stair Rods and Stair
Carpeting, Rugs, Hats, 4c.
All of which have been selected from tho manufacturers
5 the American and English markets, by ont
of the partners, and we will have them cut, made, fitted
aud laid in the most workn^nlike manner, and on
the best terms.
"We most confidently invite attention to our stock.
CURTAIN MATERIALS.
"Wo are now prepared in our CURTAIN DEPART\nr\TT
in nfCnr tti? vorimiR st.vlpfl rtf (hirl/tin Stuffs in
Silk, *Worsted, Linen, and Colfon. Embroidered*Lac*
and Muslin Curtains, Gimps, Loops, Tassels, Cornices, kc
Charch Tiimmiugs, Hanging*,&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 A LEMAN,
Successors to C. A E. L. Kerrison k Co.
Cor. King and Market-sts. Charleston, S. C.
OcL19 ?4 tl_
Dry-Goods, Groceries, Crockery &c.
THE subscriber continues to "keep on hand a complete
assortment ol Domestic Dry Goods, Groceries,
Crockery, Ac., which he will sell very low for CAsn.
His stock of Groceries consists, in part, of
Sn:;ar, Coffee, Salt, Cheese, &c.&c.
Purchasers would do well to give him a call.
Jan. 2. J. CHARLESWORTH.
Domestics.
RED and white Flannels. Linseys, Ticks, Sheetings,
all widths, Bed and Crib Blankets, Long Cloths,
brown and bleached Shirtings, &e. For sale low, by
Sept 27. A. M. k R. KENNEDY.
vissoiuiion 01 to>rarmersiiip.
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing between
the subscribers, under the nume and style of
Workman & Boone was dissolved on the 1st iust. by
mutual consent.
T. J. WORKMAN.
J. B. F. BOONE.
Jan. 10. I tf
Oils! Oils!! Oils!!!
THE subscriber continues to keep constantly on
hand a full supply of Solar, Lard and Sperm
Oils for Lamps, Machinery, &c.
Also,
Castor Oils for family and plantation use; Olive oils
for table and mechanical uses; Neatsfoot oil for harness,
and Cod Liver Oil for medicinal use. All of
which will be sold as low as can consistently be afforded
in this market. Z. J. DeHAY.
Aug. 9 32 tl
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKING
THE undersigned continues his business at the old
stand, returns his thanks for past favors and hope
or a continuance of patronage. All work in las line
will be done with punctuality, and where the cash is
paid, at the time of delivery, a discount of ten per cent
will be made.
Jan 6, ly]J2- F. J. OAKS.
"GROCERIES! GROCERIESV.
rrMTR u?i,e^..;i-?,. ,.r i.;~
X tomers and the public generally to his stock of
new and cheap GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS,
Ac., consisting in part, of
SUGARS?Brown, Crashed and Refined
COFFEES?Rio, Laguiru and J iva
MOLASSES?New Orleans and West India
Superior Sugar House Syrup
CANDLES? 'perm. Adamantine and Tallow
MACKAREL?Kits and Bariels
Sugar-cured Hams, Lard. Rice, Seed Potatoes
Pearl Starch, Ginger, Allspice, Pepper
Cloves, Nutmegs, Cassia, Ground Spices, Ac.
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 Ac.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
2 Qr. casks "Otard A Dupuy's" BRANDY
i r>?
1 do Cherry I)o
2 do Old Madeira WINE
2 do Malaga WINE
**1 do Superior Holland GIN
1 do Old Jamaica RUM
10 baskets pure Iieidsick CHAMPAGNE
4 cases St. Julieo Medoc CLARET
5 barrels EHgle WHISKEY
10 do Bourbon Do
20 do Double Rectified Do
2 do gemiire old Peach BRANDY
TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
6 boxes Ayer's and Peuu's premium TOBACCO
8 do Alcorn's Do
10 do Common Do
IK \r em Alio I.,..;.
i o -JI ouuniui, Vilnius
With a variety of other articles, ayll of which will
be disposed of at the lowes prices for cash orto punc ]
tual customers on short time.
Feb. 14. J. A. SCHROCK.
WINDOW SHADES,
CURTAIN GOODS, MATRASSES,
- AND PAPER HANGINGS,
At Great Bargains.
rTHIE subscriber has in store, of bis own manufac
JL ture and importation, an euormous 6trck of WIN
DOW, SHADES, GILT CORNICES. PAPER HANG
ING& MATRASSES, SATIN DELAINES, DAM
ASKS. LACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS, TAS
SELS, Ac. All of which aro offered at prices that are
appreciated by all close bu vers and economical housekeepers.
H. W. KINSMAN,
177 King-st. Charleston, S. C.
April 3. 14 ly
Watches and Jewelry.
Gold Huuting Watches, plain and engraved
?7V cases; Silver Levers; Geneva Watches; Gold
da.Chains, Seals, and Krys; Ribbon Buckles;
Guard Chains, Keys aud Vest Chains.
Thimbles. Gold, and Silver; Spectacles, Gold, Silver
and Steel, with plain and colored Glasses. '
A new ana oeuuiuui a*8?>rimeui ui orooones, ^nate- :
laine Pins; Earrings and Rings, of the latest styles.?
Just received from New York aud Philadelphia.
April 3, A. YOUNG.
A Serious Call.
I HAVE outstanding sundry small bills which come
under a Magistrate's jurisdiction, and which if paid
as they ought to he would aid me very much in meeting
my paynTents, without causing inconvenience to any I
one of the individuals who owe them; I therefore, trust
that all to whom this call may apply, will come forward
immediately, pay up and Bave a more expense notice
from another quarter.
a...;i is?? .. 7 jr n*nAV
Garter's Spanish Mixture,
BULL'S, Sand's and Townsend's Sarsapariilo, Pepsin,
Allen's Compound, Colleton's Litters; Hoi- j
loway's Pills and Ointment; Jew I >avid'a or Hebrew |
Plaster; Hobensnek's Liver Pills and Worm Syrup;
McLane's Vermifuge and Liver Pills, together with
all the popular Family Medicines, usually needed at
this season, tnay be found at
April 18,?tf. Z. J. DeHAY'S.
Extracts (or Seasouiug.
CONSISTING of the following kinds, viz: Extracts
of Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Cloves, Ginger, Tonka
Nutmeg, Thyme, Sage, Damask Rose A supply o
the above just received by T. J. WORKMAN & CO.
March 21 12
AFRESH supply of RoBhton & Clark's superior Cod
Liver Oil has bcbn Just voceavod by ,, I
April If: T. T. WORKMAN & 00. '
Window Glass. E
THE subscriber bos just receiveda large invoice o F
that fine "Patapsco" GLASS, varyiDginsize from
8 x 10 to 18 ^ 24, to which he invites the special attention
of his customers. Z. J. DeHAY.
" Dec. 2 ltf rJ
Radway'i Remedies. 0,
CONSISTING of Radway's Ready Relief, Ready th
Resolvent, Ready .Regulators (l'ills,) Medicated it
Soap and Circassian Balm for the Hair. Jut-treceiv- ic
ed at Z. J. DeliAY'S. jii
March 29 tf V
Lamps! Lamps!! J"
FOR Lard, Oil and Burning Fluid, a large variety,
among which are a few of the new Pantent Safety jj!
Lamps, and Cans to match. Just received at (
Feb 8 tf Z. J. DcHAY'S. 10
Hanging Lamps.
IT^OR burning Spirit Gas, some beautiful paterns. "
Just received at , Z. J. DeHAY'S.
Dec. 21.?3t )>'
~ ir
Pure Wliite Lead. p;
A LARGE and fresh supply of Harrison's extra 0,
quHlity Parlor Lend, Chrome Green, ground and
dry; Linseed Oil; Spirits Turpentine, <fc<\ Ac. Just
received at Z. J. DkHAY.S. v|
Fresh Saratoga Water,
TUST received at Jhi
Wf)RN MAN'S TVu?r.Store. .
V : ? _ ai
BRICKS FOR SALE.
THE subscriber has on hand a large quantity of ?!
GOOD BRICK, which may be had on application ?
January 23. J. F. SUTHERLAND ^
Toilet Soaps. fc
CONSISTING ofCleaver's Honey Soap, Old Brown
"Windsor, Taylor's Crystalline Wash Balls, Mauge- ,.
net and Coudray's Omnibus and Parisienne Soapp, Sa- 1
von's de Families, and many others too numerous to E1
mention, may always be found at V' ,
Aug. 9* Z J. DkHAY'S. |Jj
To Rent. h<
THAT Dwelling House and Store on Broad street,
lately occupied by W. M. Billings, for particulars A
apply to JAMES McEWEN *
Constantly on Hand, . ar
CEMENT, Calcined Plaster of Paris, for building ~
purposes; Gypsum or Land Plaster, for agricultural
purposts, 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
Wool, Wool.
WILL be purchased either in the Burr or clean. or
by W. ANDERSON.
Aug. 23 34 tf. Ci
6 - Si
Jnsl Received.
AN assortment of Fisk's METALIC BURrAL CASES.
There have been late improvements in
this article. Can be seen at the subscriber's WareRoom.
. C. L. CHATTEN.
GENTLEMEN'Sar.d Youth''sclothing, among which
are eome Extra sized coats and vests now offering
ut the "old corner" at New York retail prices.
Oct. 11?tf E. W. BONNET.
CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES !!~
LEONARD CHAPIIY,
Manufacturer and dealer in carriages
aud harness of every description, inos. 124
Meeting et and. 83 Wentworth-st. next to the old
stand of Gilberts Si Ckapin, Charleston, S. C.
Feb. 1. 5 tf
jST'W. R. Hunter maybe found at the above Re
pository, and take this method to assure his friends
that all orders entrusted to him will be attended to
with promptness and strict fidelity.
an
TV/varit^v ^IA41IC 1 lial K)?1 llL Mi
IlCiil V VIVIII9 ItltU uauHnv^o* ni
A FULL supply of Plains Kerseys, and Blankets, of
different qualities, for Plantation use. For sale by
Sept. 27. A. M. k R. KENNEDY.
Hides*. 31
THE highest price will be given for pood hides
by W. ANDERSON.
Aug 23 34 tf.
For Sale.
MY Kirkwood House, with ten rooms and six fire
plac s, all as good as new, and will lie sold very
low, if applied for soon. J B. F. BOONE.
Jany 18, 1854 3 v tf.
Keep Cool.
HEAVY Linen Sheeting and Pillow Case Linens
For sale low by E. W. BONNEY.
Administrator's Notice.
ALL persons having demands against the estate of
Elizabeth Baskin deceased, will hand them in
properly auesteu, ana mcse lnueoiea wiii maice payment
to A. G. BASKIN, Adm'r.
Jan. 21, 1854 5 If.
Wine and Brandy.
i Pipe superfine Old Pale Brandy,
$ " " Madeira Wine
Just received by J. A. SCHROCK.
Sept. 13. 37 tf
Catawba Factory Yarn.
WE havo just received on consignment, a good assortment
of all numbers of the above Factory,
which we offer to merchants and customers on tho
lowest terms. M DRUCKER ?fc CO.
Patent med icines, &
AFRES1I SUPPLY, just received, among them
are:
Hollo way's Ointment Cherry Pectoral
Holloway'8 Pills Hasting's Syrup Napiba
Hobensack's Worm Syrup Rodger's Syrup of LiverMextican
Mustang Lini- wort and Tar and Canment
chalagua
Pain Killer Daily's Magical Pain ExSeltzer
Aperient ' tractor
Barry's Tricopherous Christie's Galvanic Belts? 80
T? D .i.._ i
;oruc o ijiuuiuuco i>txMauee, diuuvioib auu
Liadway's Ready Relief Fluid
Oxygenated Bitters Brow's Ess. Jamaica Ginger
3eorgia Sursapnrilla Murray's Fluid Magnesia H
Sands' Sarsaparilla Cod Liver Oil J
rownsend's Sareaparilla Indian Hair Dye in
Dead Shot Bachelor's Hair Dye
Fahnestock's Vermifuge Depilatory Power.
Wis tar's Balaam Wild Cher-Magnetic Plaster
U
For sale by F. L. ZEMP.
Administrator's Notice.
ALL persons having demands against the estate of
Joseph Wienges, dee'd., will haud them in properly
attested to A. G. Baskin, and those indebted to
said estate will make pavment to him
CONRAD M. WIENGES, Adm'r.
Oct. 31. 44 tf
T. R. MURRAY,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, to
CAMDEN, S. C.
EF" Orders from the country will receive prompt at pu
teutiou. March 14. _
W. THLftLOW CASTON.
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Bqnity.
CAMDEN, 8. C. j (
Office on Broad-Street near the Court House. 2 (
W. H. R. WORKMAN,
Attorney at law, and solicitor in
EQUITY, Camden, S. C WW attend the Courts j?'(
af Darlington and Sumter Districts. Office in the '
Court House.
WM. M. SHANNON.
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity,
CAMDEN, S- C.
Has removed bis Office to that one door abov?
A. Young's Book Store. * ' Jan. 24. JHEAVY
Seed Oats for sale at the " Old Corner /r
by E. W. BONNEY
reb. 7. 6 00
A. G. BASKIN,
Attorney at law and solicitor in
EQUITY, Camden, S. C. Will practice in Ker A
Ebaw and adjoining Districts Officb in rear ef .the
Jo'urt Htos'j: May 18.
.OGtRSrLJVERWORT AND TAR.
or tbe complete Core of Congba, Colda, Influenta,
Aathma, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood,
and all other Long Complaints tending to consumption.
I^Hls preparation is getting into nse oil over our
. Country. The numerous letter# we receive from
ir various agents, infoi ming us of cures effected in
leir immediate neighborhoods, warrant us in saying
is one of the best, if not the very beet Cough Medme
now beiore the public. It almost invariably reeves
and not nnfrequeetly cures the very worst cases,
hen all other Cough preparations have failed, this
is relieved the patient, as Druggists, dealers in Med
inee, and Physiciuus can testify. Ask the Agent in
our nearest town, what lias been his experience ot
te effects of this medicine. If he has been selling it
r any leugth of time lie will tell you
IT IS THE BEST MEDICINE EXTANT.
Below we give a few extracts from letters we have
>ceived lately regarding the virtues of this medicine.
Dr. S. S. Uplin, of Knoxville, Ga., eays: J have
ten using your Liverwort and Tar very extensively
i my practice for three years paBt, and, it is witli
leasure I state my belief in its superiority over all
iber articles with which 1 am acquainted, for which
is recommended." Messrs.
Fitzgerald <fcBenners, writing from Waynesille,
N. C. say: "The Liverwort and Tar is becoming
lily more popular in this countrv, and we think
ist ly so. All who have tried it speak in commendale
terms of it, and say it is very beneficial in allevi;ing
the complaints forweich it is recommended."
Our Aeent in Pickens District, S. C., Mr. S. K. Mc
all. assures us "tlint he uses it with great benefit in
s own family, and recommends it to hie neighbors."
e gives on instance of a negro woman, in his vieini
r, who had been suffering with disease oMbe Lungs
r years, attended with severe cough, who was reeved
by the Liverwort arfd Tar.
Such are the good reports we hear of Ibis Medicine
om all parts of the ^outh. For a report of the surrising
cures it has performed in the Western and
orthern and Eastern States, we would invite the suf
ring patient to read the pamphlet which occompaes
each bottle. To all, we say, have hope, have
5pe' TRY TIJfc MEDICINE!!
Be warned in season III
nd neglect not that cough which is daily weakening
)ur constitution, irritating your throat and lungs,
id invilingon that dread disease, Consumption, \ hen
i soothing and healing a remedy can be obtained asr.
Rogers'Syrup ol Liverwort and Tar.
Beware of Counterfeits and Base Imitations /
The genuine article is signed Am>ri.w Rogers, on
e engraved wrapper around each bottle.
Price, il ner bottle, er six bottles for $5. Sold
boleeale and retail by SCOVIL A MEAD,
ill Cliartres-st. bet. ContinndSt. Louip, N.O.
Sole Agents for the Southern States, to whom nil
dere and applications for agencies must be addressed.
Sold also by Z. J. DeIIai and T.J. Workman & Co.
lmden ; Maoil & IIeatii, Lancaster; Winchester &
ttt, Monroe, K. C.; Fisueiv <k Heinitsii, Columbia.
April. .16 - 8m
" NEW AND CHEAP GOODS.
? *
FOR SALE BY
MOORE & KUYKENDAL,
100 pieces KERSEYS
100 pair NEGRO BLANKETS
100 pieces bleached and brown SHIRTINGS
100 " FANCY PRINTS
10 " Furnitura DO.
25 " FANCY MUSLINS
15 " DELAINES and CASHMFRES
12 " Rock Island JEANS, all colors
5 " BEDT1CKING
12 " Plain and Fancy JEANS
6 " APRON CHECKS
10 " GINGHAMS ,
3 " aupertJne BROADCLOTH
10 " FANCY VESTINGS
Cambrics and Shawls, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs
dTies, Plaid Linscysund Flannels, Hosiery, Thread,
;edles, Pins, Concord (N. C.) Yarn, Ac.
ALSO?A SMALL LOT OP
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
BVCH A8
anket ar.d Drab OYER-COATS, Fancy Cassimere
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 Muecovado and Cuba SUGARS
10 barrels first quality clarified 1)0.
5 " Lovering's crashed DO.
20 bags Rio COFFEE
10 " Java DO.
10 sixth boxes first quality Sperm CANDLES
25 boxes Adamantine DO.
10 do cheap SOAP
1 do fancy DO.
10 do Pearl STARCH
20 gross MATCHES.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
12 baskets genuine Heidsick CHAMPAGNE
6 do Demercier DO.
6 do Imitation Heidsiek 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 qr. cask " Old Pale" 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 Rye Hammond DO.
60 do Double Rectified DO.
Together with many other articles which will be
Id exceedingly low lor cash or short time.
W. C. MOORE.
New Groceries.
pHE Subscriber is now receiving a fresh supply of
L Family Groceries, Wines and Liquors, consisting
part as follows:
Crushed, powdered and coffee Sugars
New Orleans, Muscovado and clarified do.
Rio and Java i offee
New Orleans, Porto Rico and Muscovado Molasses
LoveriDg beat Syrup
Sperm, adm. and tallow Candles
2 firkins super Goshen Butter
Choice family Lard
Frexh Salmon, in 1 and 2 cans
Superior French and Englieh Mustards
A full assortment of Pickles, Preserves, Sauces and
itchups
Poof l-Tnnnnoatr Prortrlvr
Port, Madeira and Sherry Wines
jether with a variety of other articles too numerous
mention, all of which will be sold at the lowest
irket prices, and to which I invite the attention of
rchasers, as I am determined to sell cheap.
April 3. L A. AUSTIN.
35,000 CIGARS. _
to-wit:
100 genuine Rio Hondo 2,000 Arianas
100 Jmperos 3,000 Las Minas
>00 La Normas ~ 2,000 Primeraa
>00 Sylva Primeraa 8,000 La Union
>00 Regalias 1,000 Jenny Lind
>00 Washington 3,000 Mayflower
>00 Imperials 1,000 8tar Regalia
Also.
15 boxes fine Chewing Tobacct
15 gross do cut do do
13 do do do Smoking do
Patent Segar Lighters, Ac. For sale by
MOORE A KUYKENDAL.
10ODYEAR'S Patent India Rubber Dressing
T Combs, Buffalo and Horn Dressing Combs, Lais
Curling OombB. Ivory Fine Tooth and Pocket
mbs. A fine assortment for sale by
Feb. 14. T. J. WORKMAN A CO.
Verbena WaterT
LNEW article for the toilet, just received and' o
sale by T. J. WORKMAN A 00. .
March 21 1>
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THE GREAT KENTUCKY
SOUTHERN REMEDY,
DR JOHN Bt'U/s
SARSAPARILLA.
THIS medicine. when used according to direction*, will
cur*, wi. bout fall: ?
Scrofula
or King's Kvll.,
Cancers. Kmptions
of the Skin. Krvsipeln*.
Tumors. Chronic 8nr? Kve?,
Ringworm or Totters. Scald Head.
Rheuina'ism. Pains in the Rones or
Joints, Old Sorrs and Dlcors. awdllng of
the 0lands. 8* pliill?yDv?pep la. Sal* l.'lienm.
Diseases of the Kldnevs. Diseases arising from tlie u*e
of Mercur?j Loss of Anoeii e. Pain in the SMe and
Bhoniders. Cenerai Debility, l.nmhago. Cough*. Colds,
Dropsy, .'anndice. Costirencss, Bronchi'!-. We 'kness of the
Chrsr. Son* Throat. Pulmonnrv AffeCions. an ! all o'her
Diseases tending to produce Consumption, hirer Comp'a'nta,
Female Irregularities and Coin plaints, Low
Splrirs. Siok and Nervous Ile-idiu-he. Nigh' Sweats,
Exposures, or Imprudence In Life. Chronic Constitutional
Diseases, and as a Spring and '
Summer Drink, and General Tonic for the
System, and a Gentle and Pleasant
Purjra'ire. it is superior to Blue
lick and Congress Water.
Salts, or Seidliu
Powders.
It U a remarkable tict, that among the hundreds of
endnent physician* who hare examined the recipe hv which
Bull's Sarsaparilla is prepared, not one has condemned
It, but all approved I', and commend It in the highest
terms. Many physicians express themselves a'ronglv In *
the belief that it is decidedly the best preparation of Sarsaparilla
that has ever been placed lie fore the public.
Although there are many physician* who feel a reluctance
to having their names appended tp the recommenda'lon of
any particular remedy, no-withstanding they may approve
of it fh fhe highest degree, there are others wltiv frankly
yield their support in favor of a remedy which thev know
U capable of doing so much good in an afflicted community.
As an evidence, read the following from old and
respectable physiclaus, of high standing in the community
In which they live:
** TESTIMONY
ICT- Testimony like the following rend-rs snpcrflnit* all
comments on the efficacy of Bull's Sarsaparilla Krntn Dr
Li f. landed, rrorcssor 01 i.nnni*rr> in rue ijoiivun
Medical College: I hare looked oTer the lint of ingredient*
composing John Bull'* Compound Kxtract of farsapurilla.
and liare no hesitation in saying that tliey form a safe
compound, and one that promise* well in chronic disease*,
to which it i* applicable. l?. P. YANLlKI.I,. M D.
Lnnisvil'e. .1 tine 6, 1848.
What Dr. Pyles. physician by appointment to the Louisville
Marine Hospital, says of Hull's Sarsaparilla y
Lou sviixk. March 20,1S49.
I have examined the prose rip-ion for tile prervint'ion of
John Bull's Sarsaparilla. and 1 believe the comtdnarion to
be an exellent one.and well calculated to produce an alterative
impression on tbe system. I have used it both in
public and private praetlco. and think it the best article
of Sarsaparilla now in use. '
sr. I'YLBS, M. D.
Resident Physician Louisville Marine Hospital.
Loudox, Ky.. April 25th, 1850.
8a?Permit me to address to you a few line*.'and do roe
the honor to reply to a request that I will make in the
conclusion of this letter, &c.
1 am a graduate of Transylvania Medical University ; I
have practiced medicine in this wilderness country, about
five years, but owing to exposure u> bitter cold wea'her, I
have been indisposed with Acute Rheumatism about six
months After having exhaus'cd my skill in the treatment
of my case, and deriving no beneflt, I was induced to give
your fluid extract or samuparilla a fair (rial and
accordingly purchased a bottlf of your medicine from your
agent, Mr. George 1'. Brown, abont two weeks ago, aud 1
trailnnnfaia Hi?* Ansa hafrtu htiu unt{p?lx* ihipimI imp
It iii my opinion, that your preparation of Sarsaparilla
Is decidedly superior to any other preparation now in dm,
and I will take great pleasure in recommending if :o the
afflicted a# being a remedial agent, and I will advise the
physicians to use it in rheir practice, &c.
Respectfully yours, B. 11. ALLEN, M. D
Louisville, .luly 13'h 1S49.
I have examined the list of articles that compose John
Ball's Extract of darsaparllla. and I have no hesitation in
saying that it is a safe and valuable compound. 1 would
prefer it to any article now in use, for the diseases arising
from an impure state of the blood or taint of the system
I confidently recommend it to my friends as being a powerful
Extract, and one that '. believe will cure all rlassas of
diseases, for which it is recommended, if used aci-nrding to
directions. 1 believe it to be a valuable surced.weum to
Uercury.?Nay, I have my doubts whether in the most
violent and protracted cases of Syphilis, accompanied with
Nodes Trophe. in caries of the bonos, whether it ought
not to succeed every other remedy.
S. It. ?.icCONACH!E. M D.
Ilonorary Member of the Me-jical Society, Philadelphia.
IC7" Hear, what Dr. Stapp, a physician wlio stands at tha
top of his profession, says of John Hull's Sat\iparilln:
I have been using John Hull's dareaparilla in a great
vartatv of chmnir wiMi tliM mnsf luinnv
and I have no hesitation in recommending it to tbe public
for the euro of scrofula, syphilis. and all cutaneous aud
glandular diseases. Yours, most fervently,
Lea is port, Ky., April etb, 1849. Wll. STAPP, 31. D.
Bev. E. W. BEHON, ?Rev. E. 8TEVEN80N
Cosclubivz. ? The following is a verbatim copy of a
sertlflcate now in tbe possession of the proprietor of Hull's
Sarsaparllla. Rev. K. IV Sebon is widely and gouenilly
known as an eloquent and accomplished pastor of the M.
E. cburob, and Rev. K Stevenson bos been known as one
of the most talented and zealous members that tho Kentucky
Conference could boast of for many years, and at
this time is tilling the high and responsible station of agent
for the M. K. Book Concern. Can the world produce I Kilter
or more satisfactory testimony in favor of any medicine ?
Better testimony then was ever offered in favor of any
medicino. Rev. E. IV. Schon ? itev. K Stevenson:
Looisviixk, Slay 20th, 1S49
We have used John Bull's Snrsnparilla, and have known
It to be used, with entire satisfaction; and we have no .
hesitation in stating our belief, thnt it Is a safe and
valuable medical compound, and calculated to produce
much good and relieve much suffering; and therefore
would cheerfully and most earnestly recommend it to the
afflicted. E IV. 8EUON.
(Signed) , E. STEVENSON.
We earnestly Invite all nersons who are suffering with
any of " the ills that Hesh to heir to." to call on Dr. John
Bull's agent, and get * copy of Bull's Family Journal
GRATIS ; and for the sake of humanity, ire hope that a
tingle Individual will not bo found unwilliDg to give Dull'*
Barsaparillm a trial, after reading, and recollecting, at the
tame time, that it is impossible for the Doctor to pubiisn
the tenth part of the number of certificates of astoumling
cures performed by his Sarsapartlla The amount of testimony
voluntarily showered on Dr Dulls Sarsapurilia,
from well kuown and distinguished individuals, both iu
public and private life, has been perfectly overwhelming.
(E7~ Dr. John Bull's Principal Oltlcc. west aide Fifu)
street first door below Main, Louisvillk, Kt.
Sole Agent at Oamden, Z. J. DeHAY,
' Columbia, Boatwbight & Babkaloo
Jnly 21. 60 ly
T. J. WORKMAN A CO.,
Wholesale aud Retail Drii|giiU,
j-t * ?#r\ oir c* n
UAJio. </.
OFFER for sale, for cash, or on approved credit a
lowest market price>, a large and weli.-selkc
ted assortment of East India, Mediteiuiantan aud.
European
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
French, English, and American CHEMICALS, op
all kinds,
Patent Medicines, Thompsonian Medicines, Shaker's
Herbs snd Roots, Saratoga Water, Wines and Brandies,
Surgical Instruments, Trusses, Paints, Oils, Var
nishes, Paint Biuslies, Dye-stuff*, Lamps. Lamp Oils,
Burning Fluid and Camphene, Druggiats'and Physicians'
Glass-ware and Labels, Window Glass, Putty,
Hair, Tooth, Nail and Tlesh Brushes, Bronzes, Teas,
Spices, and favoring Extracts, Perfumery, Fancy
Soaps, Fancy Articles, Genuine Cod Liver Oil, together
with every article comprising the stock ot a Druggist
or Physician. ( ur stock is of the best quality, and
the best selected assortment ever offered to the public.
Physicians, Countrv Merchants, Planters and all
others can depend on their ordets meeting prompt and
careful attention, and upon accommodating terms-?
" t. ,lu
No extra charge for pacxrng or iiannpuruuiou ? w>
Railroad Depot or any part of the town,
jy Physicians' Presriptions carefully compounded
April 25. 17 tf
Hair Brashes.
;rPHE undersigned has now on hand an elegant as
JL sortment of French, English and American Hair
Brashes, to which he invites the attention of bis nu
Woub friends and customers.
. August 9-32 tf Z. J. DeHAY.
* >??? ShAM.
OUVV^
A FULL supply of Ladies BOOTS and SHOES, o
all stylos end qualities; Misses' SCHOOL BOOTS
nd 8HOES, Youth's and Boy's Shoes. Just received
by v " W. ANDERSON
I
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R. E< E
WHEN the R. R. R. Theory tu first declare
to the world, skeptical peraonadoubted i !
rorrectness, and looked with diet mat oo the re edit
^ ? a 1 !a* .t
it possessed. u inert, nowever, uruc* wim ineonginatity
of its view* and conceding merit to the theory,
were induced to try if the remedies borne out is
practice what was claimed for them in theory. A
third class-differing from the others and perhaps more
numerous, without considering for a moment any
merit they might be entitled to, tried them, merely at
a v uture, growing out of a desire for something new
We are satisfied with the resnlt, for ihe.public baa
received the benefit and R. R. R. 'iheory has triumph*
id. Not a day passes that we do not have adtnimioD
from some hitherto unbeliever that their skeptiejAn
was unfounded and convinced by reading our Family
Friend, have proved by their own eX, eiience, tfairinfallibility
of our medicines. Nota^day passes that
we do not receive grateful testimonials?! eeret effected
by these Medicines *1 was seised with cramps
and spasms last night says one, and Jbad it not been
for Radway's Ready Relit f I should have died With
the pain." Auotber says, "myjwife was slowly sink*
mg with an affection of the l!Ungs and my neighbors
was suffering from Scrofula,?! have seen them both
restored to heal'. by Railway's Renovating Resolvent,
A third says. * Radway's Regulators have cttred me
of habitual costiveii' as that was the burden of my
i?* ?> 1. A. .1 .a! _ a ?! '
me. oucii ure uie cuaracicnsiic tesumoBiaia wt
daily receive f the R. R. R. Remedies.
Radwav's Readt Relief, the first of the R. A; %
remedies, is the most quiet nod safe remedy that bft*
ever yet been discovered for the instant relief of Ml
ACUTE OR CHRONIC PAINS. It is a certain di*'
enfec.HDt and will nentralize the most-violent poison#
of Maliguaut Epidemics. If the human system i?
seized with the virolencepf Cholera, Small Pox, Ship
Fever, Pneumonia, or'othtr fatal poisons, RadwajV
Heady Relief used in connection with RadWay's Keg'
ulators, will check the violence of. the disease,. neutialize
the infection, and will not only protect the
system against sudden death, but will restore the
body to health and strength We make this assertions
boldly, and if any Physician or Chemist doobU fhe
great power which we claim for our Ready Rclrr,
over malignant pains, let tbeiu examine it qnd test it
it will bear the test.
RHEUM ATISM.
Pains stopped in a few Minutes- The moment Bad*
way's Ready Relief is applied to the parts affiieted
with rheumatsms, whether it be in the knee joint, the
amis, legs, feet or loins all, pain and anguish ceases.
Ckippleo foe twenty tears. Mr. Charles M Johnston,
Nashville, was crippled with a chronic rheumat
em fur twenty yeais. He purchased from J. M.
Zimmerman one bottle of Ready Relief) and one box
of Regulators. The Ready Relief was applied aa
soon as it wus obtained.
In TWENTY MINUTES he was free from pain;
In TWENTY -FOUR HOURS he could stand alone,
In FOUR DAYS be conld walk alone.
By the use of the Resolvent, "Relief and Regulator,
in one month he waa ENTIRELY CURED.
A LADY aGL1> 86, had been crippled for years,
could uot raise her hand to her head. Ooe bottle of
<t. R. Relief removed all paiu and stiffness, created
new life within her disabled body, restored each limb
,uirl tn it viitAvntio At>ei .-*? J la I
uiiu j./.iiv iw h on vug V6WIWM? ouu 'whit wuuuiwun.
I be IhJv is well kuown iu Asheville, N. C. Thomas
W. At kin, Esq., edisor of tbe Asbeville .News, publi-hed
tbe case in bis paper ou tbe 18th of October
858. ^
Sudden Attacks Champs and Spasms. For all internal
difficulties, where tbepstien is suddenly seized
??th Cramps, Spasms, Diarrhoea, Cholera Morbus,
one teaapoontul of Kadway's Ready Relief will inN
FIFTEEN MINUTES allay the most (Ustreseing pains.
FEVER AND AGUE. Let those a'fflicted with this
distressing malady, take Radway's Relief internally,
a ten spoonful every fifteen minutes three hours before
the cliills come on, and a dose of Regulators every
uight; also, rub tbe spine of the back down with
Ready Relief. It will entirely cure and prevent the
-ystem against Ague and Fever.
In cases of Burns, Scalds, Bruises, Strains, Sprains,
Bad Swellings. Heart Burn, Sour Stomach, Sick Headache,
Radway's Ready Relief will renftVe all paiu in
a few minutes.
R. R R?No. 2.
Radwai's Renovating Resolvent possesses over all
Chronic diseases that bare been lingering in tbe sys
tem for ten, twenty or forty years,
The same quick and powerful efficacy that tbe R.
R. Relief controls over acute maladies. , '
R. R REGULATORS.
Tbe third of the R. R. R. Remedies is tbe roost
pleasant and sure Regulator of tbe liver,bowels, akin,
panci ea t>nd kidneys 10 use.
They are elegantly coated with gum, easy to take,
and free from the many objectionable annoyances atending
1 lie taking of pills.
Had way's Regulators insure a regular and healthy
ution of the bowels and liver. No neraon will be
;roubled with coetiveness, indigestion, dyspepsia, liv.er
oropluint, kidney difficulties, who will tafe Radway'a
Rej'U lators. .. .
R. It. Remedies are sold by Drnggistaand Dealers
n medicines everywhere.
RADWAY & CO. 162 Fulton St. N. T.
pTSold in Camden by Z, J. DxHAY and T. J.
workman <t co. May9?6m.
DR. STRONG'S ~
COMPOUND SANATIVE PUIS.
THESE PILLS ARE ENTIRELY VEGETABLE,
AND ARE A MOST SI PERIOK MEDICINE in the
cure of all Bilious Complaints, Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia,
Costiveness, Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Sick
Headache, Scrofula, Salt Hheum, Fevers of all kinds,
Loss of apetite, Obstructed and painful Menstruation, and
all lingering diseases.
As a female medicine tliey act like a charm, and
when taken according to the directions, they never
fail to cure the worst case of PILES, after all other
remedies fail. " ,
They purify the blood, equalize the circulation,
restore the Liver, Kidneys, and other Secretory
Organs to a healthy tone and action ; and ax an
Anti-Bilious Family Medicine they have no
equal.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
ALSO.
DR. STRONG'4
PECTORAL STOMACH FHX&
A remedy for Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Croup
Whooping Cough, Asthma, Consumption, Kervous
Diseases, Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Erysipelas, Disease "
of the Heart. Inflamation and pain iathe Chest, Back
and Side, and all diseases arising from a deranged
state of the Stomach, and to relieve tne distress and bad
feeling from eating too Itearty food, in tceak and dys
peptic habits.
Wurrauted to be Purely Vegetable.
These Pills act as an Expectorant, Tonic, and Ape
rient. One 26 cent box poa-esees more |x>wer to cure
(licenses than a one dollar bottle of any of tbeSyruiOr
Balsams, or Sarsaiiarillas that was ever made, ana *
simple trial of only one box will prove this important
truth.
THEY PRO 'OTE EXPECTORATION, LOOSEN
THE PHLEGM. AND CLEAR THE LUNGS, AND
OTHER SECRETORY ORGANS OF ALL M0RB1I>
MATTER, and there is not another remedy in the
whole Materia Medics capable of imparting tocb
healing properties to the Lungs and Vital Organs a?
these Pills. THEY CURE C08TTVENB-8, PRODUCE
A GOOD, REGULAR APPETITE, AND
STRENGTHEN THE SYSTEM.
PRICE 26 CENTS PER BOX, containing 25 dons
of Median*.
Oil on the AgenU who sell the Pills, and get thePlanters
Almanac ciatis, giving foil particulars and!
certificates of cures. 'v. s
Both otlhe above name'5 Pills are for sale in CamJm,
bv T. J. Workman d Co. ?
Who also keep a supplj of Dr. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE
PIUS, and It. HULL'S CELEBRATED"
PILLS, which stop the Chills and Fever the first day,
and do not sicken the stomach or operate on the bow,
el*
Jtilv 14 ?A
--v_- ? *yFlavoring
Extracts
FOR Ices, Custards, Puddings, and all kinds of Confectionary.
Paatry, <fcc. Ac. Among them are Vanilla,
Lemon. Peach, Nutmeg, Bitter Almond, Banana*.
Pine Apple, Strawberry. Raspberry, Rose, Ginger, Cinnamon,
<kc. Ac., all very superior and for sale by
F. L. ZEMP.,
FRENCH Brandy and Madeira Wine of superior
quality for medicinal purposes. For sals by
April 11; T; J? WORKMAN k 00.
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