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^nrfnj. BE JUST. There is a lesson, and a good one. in the following lines. We could wish that our readers might hear them sung in the admirable voice and manner of the mena irom wuom we ueuve mem. Let us speak of a man as we find him, And censure alone what r/e see; And should a man blame, let'B remind him That from faults we are none of us free. If the veil from the heart could be torn, And the miuu could bo read on the brow, There are ninny we'd pass by with scoru "Whom we're loading with high honors now. Let us speak of a man as we find him, And heed net what others may say ; If he's frail, then a kind word would bind him Where coldness would turn him away; For the heart must be barren, indeed, Where no bud of repentance can bloom ; Then pause, ere you censure with speed? On a frown or a smile hangs his doom. JUisrrllntieims. Dorn the Charleston Mercury. Peruvian Guano. Messrs. Editors: As much of the attention of the public is taken up at present with the subject of Guatio, there is one very important consideration which should not he lost sight of; the description of Guano that is used. There are three distinct kinds that are presented in market, besides the Peruvian, and if they are not equal in value, the farmer may be induced to purchase of the former, and by discovering a deficiency in their powers, be led to forego lire use ot Uie great lerunzer luruisueu uy me Chincha Islands. Now, as a farmer of South Carolina, there is notiiing that I would more deplore than any cause which should diminish the application of the Peruvian to the soil of the State, and I have taken no little pains to obtain information ot the must reliable charae. ter. In answer to such enquiries, I have laid the following statement, from a highly credita ble source, and i would request its insertion in the daily papers, that the planter may he put upon his guard. I have made many experiments upon the genuine article only, and hence can merely guarantee the surprising value which my correspondent attaches to it. BMW ARB. 'In some of the cities of the United States, men of trade have made desperate exertions to obtain for the Mexican, African and Patagonian Guanos, a name and character, of equali ty, and in many cases, even of superiority to the Peruvian Guano. This position the Mexi can, Atncan ana ratagouian never can maintain, for if the same experiments are made with Peruvian, it will be found that the Peruvian will yield to the planter, from 100 to 400 per cent, whilst the Mexican, African and Pata gonian, will produce but little or nothing. The reason why Peruvian Guano is so much more valuable, is because it is obtained from a tropical clime, where rain never exists, hence the ammonia, the most valuable ingredient in Guanos, is- never washed from it, hue on the contrary retained, for the benefit of the planter.? Not so, however, with the Mexican, African and Patogonian, for all these three are not to be bad from a tropical clime, therefore they are washed by perpetual rains, consequently the greatest good is extracted, and he who buys of these, soon learns he has paid a heavy penalty. Peruvian is by the knowing ones, all the world over, classed as number one Guano." The supply ?f Guano at this time is very ample and we hope will continue so, but our past experience has shown that there is no certainty about it. It was supposed last summer that there would be a sufficient supply for fall use, but it was found that although wheat was then but little over$l per bushel, the demand was many a fold greater than the supply. The nrcconf nrii<a of 0<-?!n nnrt tlip nrncnof-t nCita f 1 o , w. .W continuance, will no doubt induce a greater breadth of land to be sown in wheat than in any former year, and the consequent increased demand for Guano will be proportionately great. The prospect for a full supply was never better than at present. Yet we would earnestly advise those intending to use it to get their quota as early as they conveniently can, for although the supply may be here, the delays of a delivery, so sadly experienced by many last fall, when there is so great a rush for it at the last moment, may prevent its being received in time for the most effective use. And the general experience this season has been, that those who were delayed in getting in their seed last fall, and whose harvest h-.s been the latest, have suffered the most by the rust, scab, &c. We recommend our planting friends fro purchase the article in our city, from Mr. Win. Allston Gourdin, who is now receiving the genuine article direct from the Chiucha Islands. Peruvian Gcano.--The Eastern Shore of Maryland has, within a few years past, exhibited a remarkable degree of improvement.? Land has increased largely in value, and the towns and villages are rapidly growing. The Philadelphia American, referring to these facts, says: Agriculture iu all its branches has made rapid progress, and the introduction of new methods of cultivation has worked a surpass ing change in the health of that region, which was at one time so proverbially had as to depreciate the value of property and drive away a large amount of industrial population. The malarious fever has almost entirely disappear ed. Physicians attribute this, and no doubt correctly, to the use of Lime, Guano, etc., for agricultural purposes, the chemical properties of these agents acting as disinfectants and purifiers of the atmosphere. Of course, as soon as this fact was ascertained, a great impetus was given to the use of these articles, and thus farming operations and the general health have made corresponding advances. A Brick.?The Poughkeepsie Press says: Asa dusty looking "colored child,'5 about 40 years ef age, and from the country was passing under die scaffolding of the building now being erected on the corner of Main and Catharine Etreets, the ether day, a brick came down, struck upon his head, and broke in two. He was stunned for a moment, but soon recovered sufficiently to get off the following, and leave those who had gathered around him in a roar of laughter:?"I say, you white man dar, if you don't wantyer bricks broke, jes keep 'cm off my head." "Do good*," says the Hungarian proverb, uand caBt it into the sea. The fishes will not know it,, but God will." * A Quaker gentleman who visited Cincinnati a few years ago, observed, on the bright morning of a business day, that the doors and window shutters of the stores in one of the principal streets was closed. Curious to learn the cause of a circumstance so extraordinary, and ?1/w,p ,,f a shon atandinc slicht- I Iiuuv.llig a ..v.... ... , ... 0 ly ajar, he entered, and was surprised to see lamps burning, and a grocer dealing out articles to a number of customers. " Friend," asked the Quaker, " canst thou tell me why the stores are all closed, is there to be a public funeral, or what does it mean ?" " Sir," said the grocer, " how old are you ?" " Sixty," meekly replied the quaker. " Is it possible !" exclaimed the other, "that you have lived in this world sixty years and never found out that lard oil is a great deal cheaper than daylight." GL'l'SOTT'S Yeliow Dock and Sar3aparilla. IS now put up in the largest 6ized bottles, and is acknowledged to be the best Sarsaparilla made, ** - J u ? *1?a Wnn/lorfnl Puma it lma nprfinrm *w i? ceriuieu uj cue ??vuuv.??* v?.w .? ..~v , ed, the original copies of which ore in the possession of the proprietor. Remember, this is the only true and original article. Sciofula, Syphilis, Mercurial Complaints, Cancer, Gangrene. Rheumatism, and a vast variety of other diseases are speedily and perfectly cured by the use of this medicineHead the following Certificate. TsLLArossA Co., Ala., Jan. 2, 1852. Dear Sib :?I send you this to certify to you that your Extract of Yellow Dock and 3arsaparilla has performed one of the most wonderful cures on me that has ever been effected on man. I have bton afflicted for forty yeare with eruptions on my legs and l'cet; in 1848 they got so bad that I had to go on crutches, and in 1849 I had one leg amputated above the knee. In about nine months alter my other leg broke out in large eating and running sores from my knee to my foot, and discharged a great deal of offensive matter. My groin also broke out in large biles, which discharged much offensive matter, i and at the same time my left hand broke out in large running sores nearly to my elbow. ] The misery that I have suffered for the last two years I cannot describe to you. I was in such ugony that 1 never rested day or night. In October last my son brought me one of your bottle wrappers; I read it, and found record of some wonderful cures performed by your "Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla," I sent and got two bottles of it, and commenced taking it In two weeks, to my great astonishment, my sores all became easy, und I could sleep all night a thing I had notdone for two years. When I had taken six bottles, my sores had nearly all healed. My Bores got well as if by enchantment. I have now used in all eight bottles of your "Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla." ' and I now consider myself well. I eutreat all of the afflicted to try this medicine, 1 for I believe it will cure any known disease in the 1 world.?Lay aside all prejudice and just try it and proclaim its great worth to suffering mankind and entreat them to take it, for it will cure them. My case is veil known in a large portion of South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, and if any should oouot me aoove cure, i inviie uicm 10 can uu u?r, and I will show them the scars. I can be found in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama, one mile from Stoe's Ferry. ItENAJATI HUGHES. The Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla is peculiarly adapted for females of delicate health, resulting from irregularity of menstrual discharges, and other diseases peculiar to their sex.?he proprietor has in his possession a great number of certificates of cures, performed of the above description. We assure the afflicted, that a bottle or two of Dr. Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock und Sursaparilla will atouce regulate tho*e difficulties and renew the natural energies. Fut up in quart bottles?Price SI per bottle. SCOVIL & MEAD, U1 Chartres-st. bet. Conti and St. Louis. N.O. Sole Agents for the Southern States, to whom all orders and applications for agencies must be uddreased. Sold also by Z. J. DeHat and T.J. Workman A Co. Camden ; Maoil <t Heath, Lancaster; Wi sen ester & Stitt, Monroe, N. C.; Fisiier 6s Heinitsh, Columbia. Aug. 1, * 32 3m South Carolina.-Kershaw District. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. 'l^IIE Defendants Wm. M. Watson, and Wiloy AlX bcrt, who are in the custody of the Sheriff of Kcrs law District, by virtue of a Writ of Capias Ad Satisfaciendum, at the suit of Ilenry Pate; having filed in my office, together with a schedule on oath, of their whole estate and effect-, their petition to the Court of Common Pleas, praying that they may be admitted to the benefit of the Acts of the General Assembly, made for the felief of insolvent debtors. It is therefore ordered, that the said Henry Pato, and all other the creditors to whom the said Wm. M. Watson and W iloy Albert are in anywise indebted, be, and they are hereby summoned, and have notice, to appear before the said Court at Camden on Monday the 29th day of October next, to show cause, if any they can, why the prayer of the petition aforesaid fhould not bo grauted. WOREAU NAUDIN, C. C. P. Clerks Office, Kershaw District, ) July II, 1854. ) 29?ra8m: South Caroliua?Kcrsliaw District. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. Z ACT! ARIA HCANTEY, who is in the custody of the Sherifrof Kershaw Bistrict, by virtue of a writ of Capias Ad Satisfaciendum, at the suit of James F. Sutherland; having filed in my office, together with a schedule, on oath, of his Estat.- and effects, his petition to the Court of Common Picas, praying that he may be admitted to tho benefit of the Acts of the General Assembly mado lor the relief of Hnhtrtrc Tfr ?Q AfrlofO/l that. tllP CHlfl -TAmAfi i kU\Ji v V 41V UVVVVi Ot O.W (U W4V?v?vv?j ?> " v VI.V "v.. ? - " ?" F. Sutherland, and all other the creditors to whom the said Zachariah Cantey is in any wiso indebted, be, and they are hereby summoned, and have notice to appear before the said Court at Camden on the 20tli j day of October next, to show cause if any they can, why the prayer of the petition aforesaid should not be granted. MOREAU NAUDIN, C. C. P? Office of Common Pleas Kershaw Dist, [ July 6, 1854. J 28 m3m SPRI^iO \OTICE rpiIE undersigned is now receiving his Spring and X Summer supply of Drugs, Medicines, &c., to which, as usual, be invites the attention of his friends and customers. Z. J. DeIIAY. April 18, 16 tf. AN assortment of Lubin's Extracts, for the handkerchief, has just been received by May 9. T. J. WORKMAN & CO. BEST quality Ladies' Kid Gloves. Also, French Embroideries. For sale low at the Old Corner. May 9. E. W. BONNEY. READY-MADIS ULUTJtilNU, HATH AJNIJ UAl'S For sale by A. M A R. Kennedy?viz: Dress, Frock, and Business Coats; Vests and Pantaloons; Dress and UnderShirts; Drawers; half Hose; Fancy Cravats; Washington Ties, Ac. Boy's Clothing-?Coats and Vests. Fashionable Hats, Caps, 4c. Sept. 27. Spring and Summer Hats. WE have on hand a fine supply of Spring and Summer Hats, such as Fashionable Pearl nnd Drab Beavers, a beautiful and very superior article, which we will soil 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 olTer at very low prices. Call and examine them. WORKMAN 4 CO. May 2 18 TAMES WILSON having placed his Notes and TWiVn in mv hands for colloetion. nnt'n? in given to all persona who may be indebted to him to make immediate payment. W. H. R. WORKMAN. March 30 ? 15 ? ' > ^ marked Down!! I LADIES' Dress Goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices after this date at the " Old Corner. June 20,?1? E. W. BONNEY. WINDOW SHADES, CURTAIN GOODS, MATRASSES, AND PAPER HANGINGS, At Great Bargains. fpHE subscriber has in store, of his own manufac X ture and importation, an enormous stock of WIN DOW, SHADES, GILT CORNICES, PAPER HANG 1NGS, MATRASSES, SATIN DELAINES, DAM ASKS, LACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS, TAS SELS, Ac. A11 of which are offered at prices that are appreciated by all close buyers and economical housekeepers. ' H. W. KINSMAN, 177 King-st. Charleston, S. C. April 3. 14 ly CARPETINGS! CARPETINGS! rrMIE subscribers are now prepared to offer at the JL lowest market prices, a full assortment of superio 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 CLOTns, Gilt and Silvered Stair Rods and Stair Carpeting, Rugs, Mats, Ac. All of which have been selected from tho 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. Wo are now prepared in our CURTAIN DEPARTMENT to offer tho various styles of Curtain Stuffs, in Silk, Worsted, Linen, and Cotton. Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains, Gimps, Loops, Tassels, Cornices,Ac Chnrch Trimmings, Hangings, Ac. 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 & LEMAN, Successors to C. 4 E. L. Kerrison & Co. Cor. King and Market-sts. Charleston, S. C. Oct. 19. 84 tl Dry-Goods, Groceries, Crockery &c, I^IIE subscriber continues to keep on hand a com. plete assortment of Domestic Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, 4c., which he will sell very low for casii. His stock of Groceries consists, in part, of Sti?ar,Co(fcc, Salt, Cliccse, Ac. Ac. Purchasers would do well to give him a call. Jan. 2. J. CIIARLESWORTH. Domestics. RED and white Flannels, Linseys, Ticks, Sheetings, all widths, Bed and Crib Blankets, Long Cloths, hrnwn And bleached Sliirtincs. &e. For sale low. bv Sept 27. A. M. & It. KENNEDY. GROCERIES! GROCERIES!! THE subscriber iDvites the attention of his customers aod the public generally to his stock of 1 new and cheap GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS, | die., consisting in part, of SUGARS?Brown, Crashed and Refined 1 COFFEES?Rio, Laguira and Java MOLASSES?New Orleans and West India Superior Sugar House Syrup CANDLES?Sperm. Adamantine and Tallow MACKAREL?Kits and Barrels Sugar-cured Hams, Lard, Rice, Seed Potatoes Pearl Starch, Ginger, Allspice, Pepper Cloves, Nutmegs, Cassia, Ground Spice9, <fcc. FANCY GROCERIES. Preserved Fruits, in Cans Fresh Tomatoes, do do Peas do do Salmon do do Lobsters do Pie Fruit9 English and American Pickles do do Mustard Ginger Preserves, assorted ?tc. WINES AND LIQUORS. 2 Qr. casks "Otard it Dupuy's" BRANDY 1 do "Ilennessee" Do 1 do Cherry Do 2 do Old Madeira WINE 9 Mnlnfrn WTNtt 1 do Superior Holland GIN 1 do Old Jamaica RUM 10 baskets pure Ileidsick CHAMPAGNE 4 cases St. Julien Medoc CLARET 5 barrels Eagle WHISKEY 10 do Bourbon Do 20 do Double Rectified Do 2 do genuine old Poach BRANDY TOBACCO AND SEGARS. i 5 boxes Ayer's and Penn's premium TOB4.CCO 3 do Alcorn's Do 10 do Common Do 16 M. SEGARS, various brands. With a variety of other articles, ayll of whith will be disposed of at the lowes prices for cash ortc punctual customers on short time. Feb. 14. J. A. SCHROCK. J NEW AND CHEAP GOODS. FOR SALE BY MOORE & KUYKENDAL, 100 pieces KERSEYS 100 pair NEGRO BLANKETS I 100 pieces bleached and brown SHIRTINGS 100 " FANCY PRINTS 10 " Furnitura BO. 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 " superfine BROADCLOTH 10 ? FANCY VEST1NGS Cambrics and Shawls, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs and Ties, Plaid Liueeysand Flannels, Hosiery, Thread, Needles, Pins, Concord (N. C.) Yarn, <fcc. also?a small lot of READY-MADE CLOTHING. seen as Blanket and Drab OVER-COATS, Fancy Cassimere PANTS, Velvet, SUk and Satin VESTS. AL80. 20 dozen first quality Wool HATS 1 case Albion JJU. 1 do Congress DO. 1 do assorted Oassiinoro 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. 6 " Lovoring's crashod 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 Hoidsick DO. 10 do first quality CLARET "WINE 2 qr. casks Old SHERRY DO. a /In Hn vr A rtTT.IT? A nn 2 do do PORT DO. 4 do do MALAGA DO. 1 caso WINE BITTERS 1-2 pipe " Old Otard" BRANDY 1 qr. cask " Old Palo" DO. 2 ao ijonaon jjock uu. 1 do Old Holland GIN 6 coses Scbiedam Scbnaps DO. 1 cask old Bourbon WHISKEY 3 barrels Eagle DO. 20 do Old Rye Hammond DO. BO do Double Rectified DO. Together with many other articles which will be sold exceedingly low for cash or short time. W. C. MOORE. 1GASE fresh Preserved PEACHES. Just received by L. A. AUSTIN. , rr, .~- a.."*-.-,-*- . 4 Watches and Jewelry. a Gold Hunting "Watches, plain and engraved cases; Silver Levers; Geneva "Watches; Gold Chains, Seals, and Keys; Ribbon Buckles; Guard Chains, Keys and Vest Chains. Thimbles, Gold, and Silver; Spectacles, Gold, Silver and Steel, with plain and colored Glasses. * A new and beautiful assortment of Brooches, Chate- P, laine Pins; Earrings and Rings, of the latest styles.? Just received from New York and Philadelphia. g April 3, A. YOUNG. Dissolution of Co-Partnership. THE Co-partnership heretofore existing between * the subscribers, under the Dame and style of | B "Workman & Boone was dissolved on the 1st inst. by P mutual consent. J. J. WORKMAN. J. B. F. BOONE. Jan. 10. 2 tf OUR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC ARE respectfully informed that we they will find j at the old stand of Workman k Boone, a large and well assorted stock of BOOTS and SHOES, HATC, CAPS, Trunks, Yalices and Carpet Bags, which we will sell as low as can be bought in this market. April 25. WORKMAN k CO. HATS AT COST.?As the summer is ap- a proaching, we offer our well-assorted stock of 41 umAT T.T * rrc OT OTTI n A PS nt mot ??. tlnelt P II WU U?kXU MUU VUVXU V*Jbi W w VV0Vyw# VUVIM n April 25. WORKMAN & CO. ? I J GATHER and Shoe-Findings.?A * .. large assortment of Leather and Shoe-Findings, j! For sale low by WORKMAN & CO. g ?? a New Groceries. ? THE Subscriber is now receiving a fresh supply of Family Groceries, Wines and Liquors, consisting in part as follows: I Crushed, powdered and coffee Sugars New Orleans, Muscovado and clarified do. Rio and Java I offeo y . New Orleans, Porto Rico and Muscovado Molasses I Lovering best Syrup . \ Sperm, adm. and tallow Candles 2 tirkins super Goshen Butter Choice family Lard Fresh Salmon, in 1 and 2 cans Superior French and English Mustards A full assortment of Pickles, Preserves, Sauces and j Ketchups Best llennessy Brandy j Port, Madeira and Sherry Wines j together with a variety of other articles too numerous to mention, all of which will be sold at the lowest p market prices, and to which I invite the attention of g purchasers, as I am determined to sell cheap. w April 3. L A. AUSTIN. J 35,000 CIGARS: to-wit: G - T> - TT 4. I A AAA A r? Z,UUU pcnuiuo xuu nuuuu a,uuu a nanus o ,000 Impcros t 3,000 Las Jlinas T ,000 LaNormas 2,000 Primeras I 5,000 Sylva Primeras 8,000 La Union J j,000 Regalias 1,000 Jcnn7 Lind \ 2,000 Washington 3,000 Mayflower 5,000 Imperials 1,000 Star Regalia AI SO. 15 boxes fino Chewing Tobacct 15 gross do cut do do j 13 do do do Smoking do Patent Segar Lighters, Ac. For sale by r MOORE A KUYKENDAL. * n Wine and Brandy. i Pipe superfine Old Pale Brandy, " i u " Madeira Wine. Just received by J. A. SCHROCK. J Sept. 13. 37 tf Constantly on Hand, CEMENT, Calcined Piaster of Paris, for building i purposes; Gypsum or Land Plaster, for agrigul- ' tural purposes, and Stone Lime, all of good quality and 3 in quantities to suit purchasers. tl A very superior articleof White Lime for whitewash imr. C. L. CHATTEN. March 9. 20 " tf j Jnsl Received. AN assortment of Fi.sk''s METALIC BURIAL CASES. There have been late improvements in 1 this article. Can be seen at the subscriber's Ware* , Room. C. L. CHATTEN. J CARRIAGES! CARRIAGESiT LEONARD CHAPIN, Manufacturer and Dealer in carriages and HARNESS of every description, Nos. 124 J Meeting st and 33 Wentworth-st. next to the old stand of Gilberts & Chapin, Charleston, S. C. Feb. 1. 5 tf 158" W. R. Hotter maybe found at the above Re "I pository, and take this method to assure his friends J that all orders entrusted to him will be attended to h with promptness and strict fidelity. ' F SADDLE A HARNESS MAKING a THE undersigned continues his business at the old tl stand, returns his thanks for past favors and hope or a continuance of patronage. All work in his line will bo done with punctuality, and where the cash is Daid. at the time of delivery, a discount of ten per cent r will be made. Jan 6, ly]J2- F. J. OAKS. 0 BRICKS FOR SALE. TIIE subscriber has on hand a large quantity of ft GOOD BRICK, which may be had on application n January 23. J. F. SUTHERLAND w For Salei " "IITY Kirkwood House, with ten rooms and six fire 1VJL places, all as good as new, and will be sold very low, it applied for soon. J. B. F. BOONE. Jany 18,1864 3 tf. r Administrator's Notice. 8 ALL persons having demands against the estate of tc Elizabeth Baskin deceased, will hand them in properly attested, and those indebted will make payment to A. G. BASKIN, Adm'r. Jan. 21, 1854 5 If. ^ Administrator's Notice. g ALL persons having demands against the estate of e, Joseph Wienges, dec'd., will hand them in properly attested to A. G. Baskin, and those indebted to - Baid estnto will make payment to him. CONRAD M. WIENGES, Adm'r. 1 Oct. 31. 44 tf J Catawba Factory Yarn. 1 WE have just received on consignment, a good assortment of all numbers of the above Factory, which we offer to merchants and customers on the "1 lowest terms. M DRUCKER <fc CO. J Wool, Wool. WILL be purchased either in the Burr or clean, by W. ANDERSON. Aug. 23 34 tf. J T. R. MURRAY, r HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, CAMDEN, 8. C. "1 Orders from the country will receive prompt at - tention. March 14. W. THURLOW CASTON, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity. i CAMDEN, 8. C. Office on Broad-Stroet near the Court House. n W. H. R. WORKMAN, I Attorney at law, and solicitor in EQUITY, Camden, S. C. Will atlondthe Courts " of Darlington and Sumter Districts. Office in the 1 Court House. WM. M. SHANNON, : Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Sqnity, CAMDEN, S- C. Has removed his Office to that one door above A. Young's Book Store. Jan. 24. TTEAVY Seed Oats for sale at the " Old Corner J XI by E. W. BONNET 1 Feb. 1. 6 tfc_ n A. O. BAiUKinr, Attorney at law and solicitor in i EQUITY, Camden, S. C. Will practice in Ker " ehaw and adjoining Districts. Office in rear of the * Court House. e Hay 18. i1, Ig'jflTTTTTHffTTnTWT^ ^^SSSSSSSSSCSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSB^ These Pills are entirely Vegetable* and are oost superior Medicine in tlm rureuf all Bilious Coi laints, Chills and Ferer, Dyspepsia, Ousliventss. Liver Complaii aundice. Sick Headache. Scrofula. Salt Rheum. Fevers of all Hnt ioss of Appetite, Obstructed and painful Menstruation, and all U rrinn ditrmn. As a Female Medldno they net lilcc a charm. and when taki ecordlng to the directions, they never fnil to cure the wot ises of Piles, after all other remedies full. They purify the blond, equalize the circuit ion, restore the Liver, Kidneys, aud other S< retory Organs, to a healthy tone and actios nd as an Anti-Bilious Family Mediclue they baTe no cqui rice 25 cents per box. Also I remedy for Coughs, Cdtds, Catarrh. Bronchitis, Croup, Whoopii Omigh, Asthma. Consumption. Ferrous Disrates. Dyspepsia. 0 fineness, Eryr'pelas. Disease of the Heart, Inflammation and Pa in the Chest, Bad: and Side, and oil diseases arising from a c ranged state of the Stomach, and to rdiere the distress and hi feeling from eating ton hearty food, in weak and dyspeptic hdbi WARRANTED TO BE PURELY VEGETABLE. These Pills act as an Expectorant, Tonic, and Aperient. Ot 5 cent box possesses three times more power to cure diseas tian a one dollar bottle of any of the Syrups, Balsams, or San arlllas, that were ever made; and a simple trial of only one b< ill prove this important truth. They promote Expectoration, Loosen tti auu vicai nit jli iiii^a aiiu uiuti ovti? ory Orgau*, of all morbid matter, and there ot another remedy in the whole Materia MeJica capable ( Epartlug such healing properties to the Lungs and Vital 0 &ns as these Piili>. They Cure Coatlveneaa, produc . good* regular Appetite; and Strengthen th yatem. Price 25 cents per box. containing 25 doses of Medicine. Call on the Agents who sell the Pills, and get the Planta 1 Imanac gratis, giving full particulars and certificates of cares Both kinds of the above-named Pills are for sale in Every Town and Village In North and Sout Carolina* In Camden by T. J. Workman & Co., who al :cep a supply of Dr. SPENCER'S "VEGETABI 'ILLS, and Dr. HULL'S CELEBRATED PILI vhich stop the Chills and Fever the first day. July 25. 30 ly Patent Med Icines, Jk \ FRESH SUPPLY, just received, among the TV are: I olio way's Ointment Cherry Pectoral lolloway's Pills Easting's Syrup Naptha lobensack's Worm Syrup Rodger's Syrup of Liv< lextican Mustang Lini- wort and Tar and Cfl ment chalagua 'ain Killer Daily's Magical Pain E eltzer Aperient tractor larry's Tricopherous Christie's Galvanic Bolts ayne's Medicines Necklaces, Bracelets a lad way's Ready Relief Fluid xygenated Bitters Brow's Ess. Jamaica Ging Georgia Sarsaparilla Murray's Fluid Magnesia ands' Sarsaparilla Cod Liver Oil ownsend's Sarsaparilla Indian Hair Dye lead Shot Bachelor's Hair Dye 'ahnestock's Vermifuge Depilatory Power fistar's Balsam "Wild Cher-Magnetic Plaster ry For sale by F. L. ZEMP. Flavoring Extracts r?OR Ices, Custards, Puddings, and all kinds of Co L fectiouary, Pastry, tf c. &e. Among them are V ilia, Lemon. Peach, Nutmeg, Bitter Almond, Banat 'ine Apple, Strawberry, Raspberry, Rose, Ginger, Ci amon, ike. Ac., all very superior and for sale by F. L. ZEMP., FRENCH Brandy and Madeira Wine of superi quality for medicinal purposes. For sale by April 11. T. J. WORKMAN A CO. (aw S/kiuoili II <r jua^i uvm iva ^vanvuaitgi r^ONSISTING of the following kinds, viz: Kxtrnc of Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Cloves, Ginger, Toul rut meg, Thyme, Sage, Damask Rose A supply lie above just received by T. J. WORKMAN & CO March 21 12 A FRESH supply of Rushton k Clark's superior Cc Ml. Liver Oil has been just received by April 11. T. J. WORKMAN k CO. ^ OODYEAR'S Patent India Rubber Dressii JT Combs, Buffalo and Horn Dressing Combs, L ies Curling Combs. Jvoiy Fine Tooth and Pock lombs. A fine assortment for sale by Feb. 14. T. J. WORKMAN k CO. Verbena Wafer. A NEW article for the toilet, just received and Ml sale by T. J. WORKMAN k CO. March 21 12 Carter's Spanish Mixture, BULL'S, Sand's and Townsend's Sarsapariilo, Pe sin, Allen's Compound, Colleton's Bitters; H( >way's Pills and Ointmcut; Jew David's or Hebre laster ; Hobensack's Liver Pills and Worm Syrui IcLane'a Vermifuge and Liver Pills, together wi 11 the popular Family Medicines, usually needed his season, may be found at April 18,?tf. Z. J. DeIIAY'S. Oils! Oils!! Oils!!! rHE subscriber continues to keep constantly < hand a full supply of Solar, Lard and Speb 'ils lor Lamps, Machinery, &c. Also, Castor Oils for family and plantation use; Olive oi >r table and mechanical uses; Xeatsfoot oil for ha ess. and Cod Liver Oil for medicinal use. All 'hich will be sold as low as can consistently be afford i this market. Z. J. DeHAY. Aug. 9 32 tf Window Glass. rHE subscriber has just roceiveda large invoice thatfino "Patapsco" GLASS, varyiDginsize fro X 10 to 18 y 24, to which he invites the special a mtionof his customers. Z. J. DeHAY. OUi' jya. -iw Radway's Remedies. CONSISTING of Railway's Ready Relief, Reac U Resolvent, Ready Regulators (Pills,) Medicate oap and Circassian Balm for the Hair. Justrecei d at Z. J. DeHAY'S. March 29 tf Lamps! Lamps!! [?0R Lard, Oil and Burning Fluid, a large variet; L among which are a few of the new Pantent Safel amps, and Cans to match. Just received at Fob 8 tf Z. J. DeHAY'S. Hanging Lamps. (70R burning Spirit Gas, some beautifol patera L Just received at. Z.J. DeHAY'S. Dec. 21.?3t rure nuutA LARGE and fresh supply of Harrison's esti ljL quality Parlor Lead, Chrome Green, groundati ry; Linseed Oil; Spirita Turpentine, Ac. Ac. Ju eceived at Z. J. DkHAY,S. Corn Starch. FRESH, and of superior quality, a large supply ju received at Z. J. DEHAH'S. April 18 tf 16 Toilet Soaps. CONSISTING ofCleaver's Honey Soap, Old Brov Windsor, Taylor's Crystalline Wash Balls, Maug et and Coudrav's Omnibus and Parisienne Soaps, S on's de Families, and many others too numerous lontion, may always be found at Aug. 9* Z J. DeHAY'S. I QR. CASK very superior PORT WINE, for mod L cal purposes. For sale by April 8. L. A. AUSTIN. Hides wamted.?wewinpay inCM the highost markot price for graen or drv Hide April 26. WORKMAN & CO. [SHALL open at the " Old Corner," in the cour of this week, a very extonsive assortment len's and Boy's SUMMER HAT3, embracing all tl lowest styles. - - E. W. BONNET. March 28. tf Pi ABDEN Hand Ploughs, Harrows, Hoes, Ral UT and Trowels, just received at the "old cornei '7 K. W. BONNEY. Feb. H, 18541 1 - t?. # * * w . * B. B. B. When the R. R. R. Theory was firit declared to the world, skeptical perrons doubted its correctness, and looked with distrust on the rea edies it possessed. Others, however, struck with the originality of its views and conceding merit to the theory, * were induced to try if the remedies boras out in it, I practice what was claimed for them in theory. A u< third class differing from the others and perhaps more numerous, without considering for a moment any jn merit they might be entitled to, tried them, merely as rt a venture, growing out of a desire for something new ^ We are satisfied with the result, for the public has s- received the benefit and R. R. R. Theory has triumph1: ed. Not a day passes that we do not have admission from some hitherto unbeliever that their skepticism was unfounded and convinced'by reading onr Family Friend, have proved by their own experience, the infallibility of our medicines. Not a day passes that we do not receive grateful testimonials of cures effected by these Medicines "I was seized with cramps and spasms last night says one, and had it not been for Radwas's- Ready Relit f I should h*?A 11 the pain." " Another says, "my wife was alowly sink' m ing with an affection of the Lungs and my neighbors was suffering from Scrofula,?1 have seen tbem both jjj restored to beaU!. by Radway's Renovating Resolvent, A third sayB, '* Radway's Regulators have cured me of habitual costrvemss that was the burden of my e* life." Such are the characteristic testimonials we a- paily receive f the R. R. R. Ramediea. )X Radway's Ready Relief, the first of the R. R. B, remedies, is the moat quick ODd safe remedy that has ever yet been discovered for the instant relief of all j ACUTE OR CHRONIC PAINS. It is a certain dis-? I. enfectant and will neutralize the most violent poisons :e of Malignant Epidemics. If the human system is ? seized with the virulence of Cholera, Small Pox, Ship Fever, Pneumonia, or other fatal poisons, Radway's 'i Ready Relief used in connection with Radway's Regu ulators, will check the violence of the disease, neuh tralizc the infection, and Will not only protect ther system against sudden deatb, but will restore ther so body to health and strength. We make this aeaertioo ,E boldly, and if any Physician or Chemist doubts the iS, great power which we claim for our Ready Relie, over malignant pains, let them examine it and test it it will bear the test. RHEUMATISM. Pains stopped in a few Minutes- The moment Badsm way'B Ready Relief is applied to the parts afflicted with rheumatisms, whether it be in the knee joint, the arms, legs, feet or loins all, pain and an?tsk ceases. Crippled for twenty years. Mr. Charles 11 Johnir ston, Nashville, was crippled with a chronic rheumam* tlsm for twenty years. He purchased from J. M. Zimmprmfln nna s\t Da?/1? t> ? 5 * w. xv^aujr lvcuei, ana one DOX x* of Regulators. The Ready Relief wag applied as soon as it was obtained. ? In TWENTY M1NUTES he was free from pain; ud In TWENTY-FOUR HOURS he could stand alone, In FOUR DAYS he could walk alone. ;er By the UBe of the Resolvent, Relief and Regula> tors, in one month he was ENTIRELY CURED. A LADY AGED 85, had been crippled for years, could not raise her hand to her head. One bottle of R. R. Relief removed all pain and stiffness, created new life within her disabled body, rt stored each limb and ioint to a strong vigorous and healthy condition. The lady is well known in Asheville, N. C. Thomas W. Atkui, Esq., edisor of the Asheville News, pub? lished the case in his paper on the 13th of October 1853. !n* Sudden Attacks. Chahto and Spasms. For all ina" ternal difficulties, where thepatien: is suddenly seized ia> w 'th Cramps, Spasms, Diarrhoea, Cholera .Morbus, 11' one teaspoonful of Radway's Ready Relief will in FIFTEEN MI?\ UTES allay the most distressing pains. FEVER AND AGUE. Let those afflicted with this ? distressing malady, take Rad way's Relief internally, or a ten spoonful every fifteen minutes three hours before the chills come on, and a dose of Regulators every night; also, rub the spine of the back down with Ready Relief. It will entirely cure and prevent the system against Ague and Fever. Is jn cases of Burns, Scalds, Bruises, Strains, Sprains, ia Bad Swellings. Heart Burn, Sour Stomach, Sick Hcad? ache, Rndway's Ready Relief will remove all pain in ' a few minutes. R. R. R.-NO. 2. id Radwav's Renovating Resolvent possesses over all Chronic disc-ares that have been lingering in the system for ten, twenty or forty years, ' me same quick and powerful efficacy that the R. ig R. Relief controls over acute maladi&s. a R. R. REGULATORS. et The third of the R. R. R. Remedies is the most pleasant and sure Regulator of the liver, bowels, skin, _ pancrea and kidneys in use. They are elegantly coated, with gum, easy to take, 0 and free from the maDy objectionable annoyances attending the taking of pills. Radway's Regulators insure a regular and healthy action of the bowels and liver. No person will be troubled with coetiveness, indigestion, dyspepsia, liver complaint, kidney difficulties, who will take Radway's P" Regulators. R. R. Remedies are sold by Druggists and Dealers w in medicines everywhere. Ji RAD WAY A CO. 162 Fulton St. N. Y. fgT*Sold in Camden by Z, J. DsHAY and T. J. at workman <t co. May 9?6m. T. J. WORKMAN Sl CO., Wholesale and Retail Drumniit*. ,n CAMDEN, S. C. im /^VFFER for sale, for cash, or on approved credit a V./ lowest market prices, a large and well-selec ted assortment of East India, Mediterrantan and lis European r- DRVCiS AND MEDICINES, ?j French, English, and American CHEMICAL3, or ed all kinds, Patent Medicines, Thompsonian Medicines, Shaker's Herbs stid Roots, Saratoga Water, Wines and Bran dies, Surgical Instruments, Trusses, Paints, Oils, Varhishcs, Paint Brushes, Dye-stuffe, Lamps, Lamp Oilsr 0 Burning Fluid and Campbone, DruggistaJ and Physim cinns' Glass-ware and Labels, Window Glass, Puity, t. Hair, Tooth, Nail and Flesh Brushes, Bronzes, Teas, Spices, and flavoring Extracts, Perfumery, Fancy Soaps, Fancy Articles, Genuine Cod Liver Oil, together >viin wary arucie comprising me siocK oi a JJruggiat or Physician. Our stock is of the best quality, and ly the best selected assortment ever offered to the publie. Physicians, Country Merchants, Planters and all Ym others can depend on their orders meeting prompt and careful attention, and upon accommodating terms.? No extra charge for packing or ttansportation to tho _ Railroad Depot or any part of the town. ^^Physicians' Presriptions carefully compounded yf April 25. 17 tf 'y No Excuse for Bad Bread. PRESTON A Merrills infallible Yeast Powder, a new article for making light and sweet Bread.? A large and fres k supplyof the above just received by s. May 9. T. J. WORKMAN & CO. Hair Brushes. - fpBE undersigned has now on hand an elegant as* X sortment of French, English and American Hair *a Brushes, to which he invites the attention of his nu: id merous friends and customers. at August 9-32 tf Z. J. DeHAY. Fresh Saratoga Water, JUST received at WORKMAN'S Drug-Store: Hides. - rpHE highest price will be given for good hide* X by W. ANDERSON. m Ang. 28 84 tf. On Consignment. to Q AAA GALLONS Stone Ware, for sale by ?),UUU D. R, PEEBLES. Camden, April 18 18 _ * li. Shoes, Shoes. A FULL supply of Ladies BOOTS and 8H0ES, o all styles end qualities; Misses' SCHOOL BOOTS w nd SHOES, Youth's and Boy's Shoes. Just received * by W. ANDERSON. Twenty Dollars Reward. T)ANA"WAY from the subscriber about the 7th inst. IV lllo rr\r. v. -- gg av hw uw^iv tiiau mano ia auoui 60 years old, 50f feci 10 inehee high, weigh3 about 160 pounds, bo has 3e relations near "Wadeeboro, N. C., and will probably endeavor to get to them. The above reward will be paid for his apprehension and lodgment in th? Jail at .. Camden. W. 0. MOORE, ke May 16 20 t? ' TUST received at the "Old Comer," a choice lot of tl fresh. Teas. E. W. BONNET. . . . * .