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speculation. The sales to-day were f,000 bales.
The latest advices from the Uuited States depressed
the market, but it subsequently recovrecd
and closed steady. 1
Baring, Brothers <fc Co. quote the London
markets as closing generally steady. Sugar is
firm, with a slight advance in prices. Coffee
closed steady.
Breadstuff's.?Messrs Brown Shiply <fc Co. quote
wheat and flour generally unchanged, and
the market closed steady, except for corn, which
has declined 3?. per. qr. the market closing stendv_
The weather has been favorable for atlri
cultural purposes.
Provisions.?Messrs Richardson, Spencer <k
Co. quote: Provisions genernlly unchanged, but
the market dull, Lard has declined 55s buyers
demand a reduction.
money Market.
The market is easier. Consols for money arc
quoted 91. American State and City securities
are neglected. Railroad securities are steady, i
and prices unchanged. i
MARRIED
c
On the 25th ult. by Rev. T. Mason, Capt. E. Graham
of Barnwell District, and Miss Dollie E. J.
daughter of Rev. T. Mason, of Camden. t
. I
Died, in Kershaw District on tho 21st of Juno, Mr. j
Samuel Bask is, in iris 67th year. He was a son of ,
John Baskin, Sen. Mr. Baskix was a citizen of Ker- |
shaw District, S. C.
In his dealings with men he was honest, and for I
many years a worthy member of Flat Rock Baptist ! .
Church, hut heing the subject of protracted affliction, |
he was i revented from that regular attendance upon !
the service of the Sanctuary which lie believed to be I
} is and every member's high privilcgo and incumbent
duty.
Brother Baskis* has left a widow and five children.
Tho widow will feel the loss of a good provider fin* his
lamily and an affectionate husband. The children |
hare lost a tender father and the servants an indulgent '
master T. M.
Died, in this town on the 30th ult., Levi Jones, t
aged 26 yoars. lie was a young man of amiable
qualities, and was esteemed by thoso who knew him.
His end was peace.
CAMDEN PRICES CURRENT. ?
BAGGING, poryard, 14 to
BALE ROPE, per pound, 11 to 15
BOTTER " 18 to 25
BEEK, " 4 to 6
BACON " 9|to 12 COFFEE
" 12 to 14
CHEESE, " to 15 :
COTTON, " 9 t<> 11
CORN per bushel, 1.25 to 1.87
FLOUR....perbarrel, 8 00 to 10.0C
FODDER,... .per cwt 75 to 1.25
LARD per pound 12 4to 14
MOLASSES,. per gallon 30 to 37 .
n ? ncs I 1..1 *7ft
\J*\. AO, p*;r uusiivi, v .v ?
PEAS " to 100
PCGAR... .per pound, 6 to 12 j
SALT per sack to j
We* arc authorized to announce JOHN j
[L JOY as a Candidate for re-election to the j
office of Oidinary for Kershaw District at the J
ensuing election. t
We are authorized t<> atinouuee JKF- a
FERSON ROGERS Esq., as a Candidate for
the office of Ordinary for Kershaw District at
the next oh c'ion.
SOUS OF TEMPERAXCF..
WATEREE DIVISION NO. 9. J
' | mi p. regular meeting 01 tins vision win ue uciuuu j
1 Thursday evening, at 3 o'clock. ,
Bv order of the W. P.
H. W DIXON'. TL P. J
List of Letters,
RKMAI ING in the Post OfTicc at Camden, S. C.
A 0! list 1st 1855.
A.?Mary Jane Allen. ?
<:?Dr. Sidney Burges, (2); Burke k Lever; Miss
Mary E Ballaid; A. G. Raskin, (5). I
C.?Rev. J C. Coit; Mrs. E. A. Cunningham. I
D.?B. L. Dunbar; II. P. Douglas. 1
F.?Wm. R. Fletcher. I
G.?Mrs. Elizabeth J. Graham. t
J.?L W. Jenkins; Dr. James Jones. ?
L.?Thornton Lynn; J. 15. Levy;
M.?Henry Mothershed; Moore A Kuykendall;
W. C. Moore, (5); J. M. Miller.
N.?Churlea Noiin (2).
R.?John T. Robertson.
S.?J>. H. Shuler; Elizabeth Stokes; Thomas Shi- '
ver; John Luciit Smith.
W.?Thomas C. Wentherbe; Wm, T. Wilson. t
Porsons calling for the above letters wilt please say
they arc advertised. T. W. i'KGUKS, M.
SCHEDULE.
iTf?il nnd PnkU'iiEror Tr:ii n
SOUTII CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY.
iSSH? " M
Leave Charleston 10 a. in. <
Arrive at Kingsviile 4.30p. in; Colli:nU:a G.10 p. ^
in.; Camden 7.15 p. ni. (
l.?uve Charleston 10.10 p. in. r
\rrive at Kingsviile 6.30 a. in.; Columbia 8.40 a.
in.
Leave Camden 5 a. m.
Leave Columbia 6 a. in. and 3.45 p. in.
Leave Kingsviile 8 a. m. and 6 p. in.
Arrive at Charleston 2.10 p. m. and 4 a. m.
Leave Charleston 7 a. m. and 4.15 p. in.
Arrive at Augusta 3 p. m. and 4.30 a m.
T nofii Anarnctn <1 SO n 111 iind lfl i? in.
Arrive at Charleston 5 p. m. and 8 a. m.
Leave Augusta 9.30 a. m. and 10 p. m c
Arrive at Kingsville 4 30 p. m. and C.30 a. m. t
Leave Kingsville 8 a. m. and 6 pm. v
Arrive at Augusta 3 p. m. and 4.30 a. m. f
August 7 HENRY T PEAKE, Gcnl. Supt.
Money Found.
A SMALL SUM which the owuer can have by
describing the same. Call at this office.
HEW BOOKS. \
r|"MIE Watchman, Two Guardians, The Wincles, (
X Moredun, Grace Lee, (
Which: the Right or the Left. <]
Lights and Shadows of English Life. f
M Hues Travels m China.
Hardeu's Rifle and Light Infantry Tactics.
Rush on the Human Voice.
Den's Moral Theology.
Cone Cut Corners, The Pilot
Do Curo Manque, or Social and Religious Customs <
in France. ' 1
Abbott's History of Napoleon.
Thier'a History of the Consnlato and Empire of Napoleon.
Napoloon and his Marshals.
Washington and the Generals of tho Revolution.
July 31, 31 tf.
Musical Instruction.
MRS. J. W. ARTHUR proposes to commence on
or about the first of October next, to give lessons
on the Piauo Forte, accompanied with instructions
in singing. Terms fifteen dollars per quarter.
Refers to E. W. Bonney, Esq., and Tho. J. WarJulv
31?tf.
Notice.
ALL persons htriqg demands against the Estate of
Samuel Basken, deceased, Will present them dulj
attested, and those indebted ill mako pavment to
July ?,-<f ROBERT' W. LOVE, Adn*. .
NEW CARPET STORE. '
JAMES G. BAILIE,
(UTS OF THE FIBM OF BS1LIE 4 UMBEBT)
JIKEOT IMPORTER OF ALL KINDS OF
CARPETING,
RUGS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, Ac.
* ^ AAr\n
JLJLJNIiJN ljUUJJO,
Curtain Materials and Trimmings, &c.
2 3 4 KING-STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
P. S.?Ordere promptly attended to.
July 31, 31 tf. {
ORANGEBURG
FEMALE SEMINARY.
Principal?Rev. I. S. K. LEGARE. |
Assistants?Mr. J. F. HAHR. j
Mr. L. B. GAY.
" Mr. H. R. DICKSON.
Miss H. A. IIADR
Mr. and Miss HAHR will instruct in Music, French,
)rawing and Painting. Ac ,
Tho Exercises of the present session will bo resumed
in the 17th August.
TERMS.
Board, Ac., with Tuition in all English studies for <
lie/our remaining months of this session - $80.00
Music and French do. each 24.00
Drawing and Painting together ... - 13.00
Uso of Piano 2.00
N. B.?Payment roquired in advance.
July 24 30 tf.
Pickle an?l Preserve Jars.
A LARGE assortment of different sizes, with corks j
to lit for salo by T. J. WORKMAN A CO.
-tn ,f
juiy zt, ou M. .
Cod Liver Oil.
\ FRESH supply just received by
l\. July 24?tf. T. J. WORKMAN <fc CO.
Pure While Lead.
V LARGE supply of tho genuine article just received
hv T. J. WORKMAN k CO.
July 24, 30 tf.
Oil Consignment.
ONE HUNDRED Bags superior Flour for salo by
July 24,-tf. JAMES McEWKN.
The Sons of the Sires.
A HISTORY of the Riso, Progress, and Destiny
of the American Party, by an American. For
mIo by A. YOUNG,
July 24, 50 tf
Writing Ink
\A7IIICH we variant to be good. Also, Indelible
\ \ Ink in variety. T. J. WORKMAN & CO.
LADIES' and Gentlemen's Cause Undervests for
Summer wear. Also, Cause and Angola Flanlels.
for sa'o at the " Old Cornor."
July 10?tf. K. W. BONNEY.
THE CENTRAL HOUSE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
I'M IE subscriber begs leave to inform his friends and
the public generally, thnt he has opened the
ibove HOUSE, on the corner of Richardson and Tayor
streets, so long and so favorably known us Mrs.
Iiliegns', for the reception of permanent and transient
lo.trders. The House has been recently enlarged and
ittcd up in the most modem style. His rooms aro
arge and well ventilated. His table will always bo
supplied with tlio best the market and the seasm win
iflbrd. and he In-pes tii.it hy the constant and unrenitting
attention of Mrs. McMnlmn and himself, to
leserve, secure ana retainshare of the public patronige.
JAMES McMAliON.
July 10. 23 4t
Head-Qua t iers 22d. Itep., S. C. .11.
Camden*, July 3d. 1S55.
rX pursuance of an order from Col. it. Anderson,
acting Brigadier General, an election will be held
>n Thursday the 6th day of September, for n B:igalier
General to command the tilth Brigade S. C. M.,
o (ill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of
Brigadier Gen. Chandler. The polls for the 22d Ilcginent
will be opened at Camden, and the election held
iv Lt. Col. Warren, and Major Jones, as Managers.
By order o! Col. Taylor.
July 10-tf. WM. H. TAYLOR, Adjutant.
BARGAINS.
rpilK subscribers being desirous to close up tho as
1 signed Estate of Z. J. lb-Hay, oiler the stock on
land at nett cost, and will continue to do so until tho
Irst of August, when the storo will bo closed and the
inlance closed out in quantities to suit* purchasers.?
I'hysicians. Planters and Country Merchants will find
his a rare chance to supply themselves at small cost,
md with articles that may be rolied on.
A. M. & R. KENNEDY, Assignees.
July 10, 28 tf
NEW GOODS.
IMIE subscribers havo opened one door above Mr.
. John Workman, au assortment of new and desiable
Good.-, embracing
CALICOES, Ml'SLIIVS, GIXGHAIUS
AND
EMBROIDERIES,
H/ vr i j :
CHIMIZETTES, COLLARS, UNDERSLEEVES,
ic., BONNETS.
RIBEONS, HATS, &c.
Also, an assortment of SHOES, TIN WARE and
GROCERIES, with various other articles found in a :
reneral Stock. Our Goods will bo sold as cheap for:
3AS1I as the same qualities can bo bought in this
narket. MECK A FRANK.
Julj 3, 27 tf. j
WANTED,
BOUNTY LA,\D WARRANTS.
MY Clients are cautioned against selling their war- !
rants without consulting tne? having orders to j
iurchn.se fron New Yoik, Washington, Cincinnati, Ac. ;
Pensions duo to Widows nnd surviving Cliil- i
ircn 01 1WCVOlUllVIIcIl^ nuiuicia (UIL'UUCU iu, acaiaivu
>v an eminent Counsellorat Law, in Washington City,
vho has been long practically acquainted with the 1
>ension business. JAMES TAYLOR. 1
Sura tor vi lie, S. C. June 26?(f. 1
Fresh Arrivals.
f^fE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FRESH SUPV
T PLY of Corn Starch, ilaecaroni. Citron, Curants,
GuavaJcllr, Lobsters, Preserves Ac.
>n;oked Boer* Tongues, Smoked Beef, Fresh Soda,
^en.on, Buttor, Wine, and Sugar Crackers. Fresh
JOVE OYSTERS. A General Assortment of Fresh
Jandirs, Pecan Nuts English Walnuts, Superior
ZEAST POWDERS Fine Cheese, Ac., will bo sold low
or ASH'
July 10 tf MERONEY <fc BOSWELL. ?
Gin Bands. i
[NDIA RU3BER, 2 to 7 inches wide, thrco and |
four ply, which aro superior to loathcr, and will j
lot stretch, also Lace Leather, for sale by ,
July 10 ?tf. W. D. McDOWALL. j
Keep Cool!!
A VARIETY of Fans at reducod pricos, for salo .
. at the ' Old Corner." E. W. BONNEY.
July 10, 28 tf. j
M. jgSSPH~X?B7~
mmftk 30I88S9SL
OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE.
July 3, 27 tf.
T! TJ! T !! I
A FRESH supply of Green and Black Teas of autm.
perior quality, just reoeired at the "Old Corner."
JulylO, 26 jf
THE UNIVERSITY'S FAMILY
REMEDIES:
Issued under tbe Seal, Sanction and Authority of
THE UNIVERSITY OF
AND
Popular Knowledge,
Chartered by the State of Pennsylvania, April 29, 185.3
WITH A CAPITAL OF $100,000.
Vainly for the purpose of arresting the evils of Spurious
and worthless Nostruins;
Also, for supplying the Community with reliable
Romedies wherever a Competent Physician cannot or
will not be employed. This Institution has purchased
rora Dn. JOHN R. ROWAND, his Celebrated
ROWAND'S TONIC
Known for uDwnrds of twenty-five years as theonly
sure and safe euro for
FEVER AND AGUE, &c.
and his inestimable Remedy for
ROWAND'S COMPOUND
SYRUP OF BLACKBERRY ROOT.
vn.SrtK i,in->iir nnnrnrpd and noDular Remedies, to
" uiv? ...6..v "rI r r
gctiier with
The University's Remedy for COMPLAINTS
of the LUNGS;
The University's Remedy for DYSPEPSIA
or INDIGESTION;
The University's Remedy for COSTIVEBOWELS;
Also, the UNIVERSITY'S ALMANAC may
be had, at the Branch Dispensary, or Store of
June 26?tf. T. J. WORKMAN L CO.
NOTICE.
ALL persons indebted to the subscriber ere requested
to call and settle. ' I will be glad to sell nil
- - . 1?t ,1V_
iny menus ana customers un mu.? ?.,ir v ^...? ...?
ception of such articles as com. bacon, flour, )nr<l, etc.)
and for such articles I must have cash or I cannot sell.
The subscriber also adds thai such pcrsors as have
been running accounts with him and have not paid lie
docs not desire to keep accounts with, and he is only
willing to sell to such as pay him promptly.
I alsocive notice that all'persons who owe rae prior
to first January last, unless they come and makeeome
satisfactory arrangement, by the 15th Marci.*. next,
their papers will be plaeed in the hands of W Thurlow
Caston, Ksq., fot collection.
Jan. 16,?tt. KUU&IVI Ldiia.
Stock of Drugs for Sale
OFFERING a very excellent chance to commence
business. The entire assigned stock of Drugs,
Oils, Paints and Fancy Articles ot Mr. Z J. DeHay,
will be sold a bargain to any one desirous of commencing
business. The stand is amongst tho best in
Cutnden, will pay handsomely any ono devoting his
energy and attention to the business. The stock
amounts to about $3G00 at Invoice cost, and can be
bought at a considerable discount. Meantime, great
inducements will be offered to Physicians, Planters
and others to purchase largely, as the stock must be
sold at an early day. A. M. k R. KENNEDY.
May 29?tl. Assignees.
SOUTH CAROLINA
LIFE IXSFKAXCE COUP A IVY.
Hon. \V. F. DlSatssure. President.
Prof. C. F. McOay, Actuary.
Dr. John* Fisher. Treasurer.
VIIOMli COMPANY, wilh ample capital, lias
been organized al Columbia, under favorable auspices,
to insure tho lives of white persons and negroes.
The rates are lower than ilio.se of Northern Companies
for residents oi the Souili
From thvso low ratos one-fourth is deducted for the
first year
All prolits are divided annually in cash among the
the insured.
The amount insured may be made payable to the
wife or the wife and children, free from the claims of
creditors.
For circulars explaining the objects and rates of the
Company, and t he steps to he taken to effect insurance,
apply to J. A. YOUNG, Agent for Camden
Juno '20 20 tf.
To The Ladies.
rpHE undersigned iias on liand at tho "DM Uorncr"'
X several hundred dollars worthof Ladies' Summer
Dress Goods, which, lo close, lie will o(Ter on the following
favourable terms. For casli. at cost, on time,
at an advanco of fifteen per cent. Among tho goods
nro rich Silks, Tissues, Gronadines, Bareges, Printed
Mushns, Ac. Also, Brillantes and Printed Linens, of
the richest styles and finest qualities.
July 10,?tf. K. W. BOXNKY.
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY
[By Authority of the State of Georgia ]
rpilE subscriber having been appointed Manager of
.JL tho Jasper County Academy I ottcry. intends
conducting tho sntno on tho Havana plan of single
numbers, and has located his Office in the city of Macon,
Georgia. He now offers the following:?
irau<I Scheme for July 23, 1S5&When
Prizes will be distributed as follows, amounting
to
$50,000!
CLASS B.
CAPITALS?1 prize of $12,000
1 " 3,000
1 " ...... l.flOO
1 " 1,100
10 " -too
i " r..ooo
1 " 2,000
1 " 1,200
5 Prizes of 1.000
Ac . Ac., Ac.
403 Prizes, amounting to * - - $f>0,000
pg?" Agouts wanted in every town and city in tlio
Union. On application the Terms will be forwarded.
Remember every Prize drawn at each druwiug, under
the superintendence of Col. Geo. M. Logan and
.las. A. Xisbet, Ksq.. gentlemen who are sworn to a
faithful performance of their duty. Prizes paid wlion
duo without discount. E55T A11 orders, rely on it,
RilU nn .all solvent Ranks taken
SlllllM CUllUUVtAkJUi. v., .
it par.
Whole Tickets $8 ; Halves $4: Quarters $2.
Address JAMEc* F. WINTER, Manager,
July 17?tf. Macon, Ga
ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURE.
JAMES R. MORGAN,
BOOT AND SIIOE MA X UFA C T UR ER.
BEGS to inform tlio Ladies and public generally of
Camden, that lie has commenced business as abovo
lttbo shop occupied by Mr. I. B. Alexander, ono
ioor north of Dr. Zemp's Drug Store, whero he iutends
manufacturing and making to measure Ladies' Gcntlo*
, a w; , n Cknoo ?nH Cailo^nf t Im hn.vt.
iDUU 3 till' I JtJimiro IJWWI.1, UIIUWC cauvi w* ..w ???.
materials and workmanship on very reasonable terras
Tor cash or approved credit, and trusts from his many
(rears experience in cutting and manufacturing for the
South ho may be ablo to cusuro a share of public
patronage.
Storekeepers trading in Boots and Shoes may have
tho sizes filled up on short notice, and on advantageous
terras. Boots, Shoos and Gaiters neatly repaired,
N. B.?All kinds of country produce (except promises)
taken in exchange for Shoes. July 10?iim.
CHAVEZ & MILLER, '
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IifronTKRS AND DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
Havana Segars and West India Produce.
NO. 106 JEAST-BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C...
JalyS, 5"? . .......
nXTETKT A1
We have just received j
SU1IIEK 1
AS
TALI
They are pretty and cheap, too !
A T
XX A.
A Choice and Fresh Supply of
^msss am
PRINTS AND
A NEW VARIETY of HOSE, for I
A very large
11IMI 1I1II
SILK GLOVES
Ladies' Silk and
,
ALSO, VI
| BLACK AND COL
MORE RJRRONS
Witli a good many other new and p;
ine our Stock, and we shall try to giv
has been acknowledged by so many 1
kind enough to give us such liberal e
May 8?tf. 3 doors above Workman
|- "SUM
We have just received a ver
nnu twthtm
Jt \/*li
C0XS1S'
BLACK DRAB D' TAE CO
WIITSIIM Pi
VERY FINE BLACK ALP AC
JACKETS AND P
Miy 8?tf. . 3 doors above Workmai
GLENN SPRINGS,
Sp.Vrtaxbl'KQ District, S. C. June 5, 1S5G.
PERMIT us, most respectfully, to inform you that
this colobrntod NVATKRING PLACK, with an ad
I dition of Cold. Warm and Shower Paths, witli many
other improvements, will bo completed and ready to
receive company by the 20th inst. We ask your pa
tronago for this establishment during the ensuing season.
Wo have, at great expense to ourselves, undertaken
to open the HOTEL and entertain company.
The object had in view by those who built up this as a
Wau-ririg Place, was to provide a healthy, pleasant
and safe retreat for our citizens, in summer, within the
- ? I"*'? - . orl?m nf
limits of our State, so as 10 re mm .? t
the immense sums of money spent every year by our
citizens in traveling as possible. Every dollar kept
among ourselves is so much added to the wealth ofour
own Suite, and goes to increase and extend her resources
and improvements. At this place wc have
every accommodation and amusement that can bo had
at any place of resort, and we pledge oursolvcs to
do vote to your comfort and accommodation every onergv
and resourco in our power.
June,?10 tf J. C. JAXXEY.
EXTRA Size Gauzo Merino Under Shirts, for Summer
wear. Also, Summer Coats, Gloves, otc.,
just opened at tho " Old Corner," by
April 17 K. \V. DONKEY.
7S ARDKN HARROWS, Ploughs, Rakes, 1 Iocs, Ac.
V.T for sale at t he " Old Comer" by
March 20,?tf. K. W. DONKEY.
I) LACK Berage, Black Chally. ? also six pcicoa
) small figured Muslin at 31J cents, worth 50 cents
Just opened at the 'Old Coraer" bv
E. W. BOXXEY.
4 ,j INDIA MATTING, Cotton Carpetting and
"tT Linen Crumb Cloths, for salo cheap, at the
' Old Corner." li \V. BOXXKY.
April 17
FRENCH Brandy and Madeira "Wine of superior
quality for medicinal purposes. For sale by
1 * rr- T lfrtBl'UAV i- r>r>
April 11. x . i). ii uivajum u. vs..
Assignees Notice.
ZJ. DeIIAY having this day made nu assignment
of all his effects, for theboncfitof creditors, all
persons desirous of accepting under the terms of tho
same, are horoby notified to do ao within ninety days
from date, the time limited by tho assignment.
A. M. <fc R. KENNEDY, Assignees.
March 27, 13 tf.
Bricklaying and Plastering.
THE subscriber will attend promptly and faithfully
to all orders entrusted to him in the above line,
which may be loft oither at iho Post Utlice, or at mo
ofEccof the Camdon Journal. G. A. DEAN,
Juno 19 25 tf.
NOTICE.
1 "MI REE MONTHS from this dato application will
. bo roado to the Bank of Camden S. C., for tho
j issue of a new cortificato No. 401 dated January 17,
I 1838, for one sharo of said Bank of Camdon stock
| standing in tho name of James Grice, the original
being lost or mia'aid. j. v. juhr.o,
Juno 19?3ra. Ex'or of James Grico deed.,
Election for Brigadier General.
AN election for Brigadier Gonoral of the 5th Brigade.
S. C. M, will bo held in Camden at the
Court House, for the 22d Uegimeut, on Thursday tho
6th day ot September next
The polls will bo opened at 11 o'clock A.M., and
closed at 3 o'clock P. M.
Lt. Col. TIIO. J. WARREN,
Major JOHN L. JONES.
Julv 10?tf. Managers.
To Close!!
LADIES' rich dross goods in Foullard and India
Silks, Tissues, Grenadines, Crapo de Puria, Barege
and Printed Muslins, are now offered at greatly reduced
prices, to close. Applvat the "old coruor.
Ms jiV; r ' " 31 * . tf..
' ' - * - .. . J
- - , . *
rlRIVAL
lung
a most splendid style of
MITiLLAS
HAS,
,so? ?
if BAREGES
/'(Veil ( HO
uiiVinamo. j
/ADIES, MISSES ami CHILDREN.
assortment of
ill fiiiiiR '
} AND MITTS.
Cashmere Vests,
7 i
:ry fine?
ORED SILK HOSE.
, AND BONNETS, '
retty articles. Please call and exaraeyou
as good a bargain as ever,which
Ladies and Gentlemen who have been
ncouragement.
M. BAUM & ISRAEL,
's Shoe Store, or cor. Broad and RutleJge sts.
MER
HIMO .
y fine Stock of CLOTHING
AND BOYS.
itno or
ATS, VESTS AND PANTS.
AH? ??A^S,
mm
OA AND CASSIMER COATS,
ANTS FOR BOYS.
JVI. BAUM & ISRAEL,
it's Shoe Store, or cor. Broad ana Uutledge-sts.
7 rnLLER's
! m xt A HP CTHl^F n
iiAi Ux
238 Richardson Street, Colombia, ?. C.,
NEAR THE STATE CAPItO/*
r?^HE Proprietor of this Celobratcd Establishment,
JL although only nine months lmvo elapsed sine*
he commenced business on his own account, yet it affords
hint great pleasuro to state to the doalcrs and
citizens generally, of Kershaw, that ho has mot with
that, success that seemed to wnrrant a largo increase
of stock and store-room, both of which additions arc
nearly complete, and will bo arranged for tho Whole
sh'o Trade, 5 per cent off on bills of $50.
235T Terras cash on delivery in ovary instance.
March 27
REEDER & DESAUSSU?E, "
and
COMMISSION BUSINESS,
ADGKllt'S WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Oit. 17. 42 6m
BULGER & DeVANE"
Wnr attend to Boardinc. Sellinc and Purchasing
]wje:G- nat
On Coramiosion. Office at Saunders A. Foster's o'd
stand, in lull view of tlio Montgomery Hall, Montgomery-,
Ala.
0' In BULGER P. R. DtVANE.
Sept. 5. 2?i. tf
JOSEPH WHILDEN,
DEALER IN
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
No. 11 HAYNE-STRKET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HE keops constantly for sale, a general assortment
of Faints and Oils of all kinds, Varnialres, Window
Glass and Saslies, Spts. Turpentine, Spirit tias,
Cotton Foot-Gin Fixtures, Glue and Brushes, of various
kinds. 3"?ly
WW lliiri
COLUMBIA, S. C?
CORNER OF RICHARDSON It BIANDING-STIKKTS.
0
MRS. SARAJI ITEMING. JAMES T. ITEMING
April 3,?tf.
W. TIll'R l,OW C ASTOIY,
Attorney at Law and Solicftorin Equity.
CAMDEN, 6. C.
Office on Broad-Street near the Court House.
WJI.ITITSIFA HTM
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity,
CAMDEN, 8- C.
Has removed bis Office to that one door abov
A. Young's Book Store. Jnn.tM.
CHARLIE BOFEiVSCIIEiV,
Watch Maker and Jeweller,
CAMDEN'. S. 0.
R. B. JOHNSON^ M~ D. j
Office on Broad Stroot, opposite Young's Bookstore.
CAMDEN, S. C.
The Subscriber
CCONTINUES to keep an assortment of Fiak's Me)
tallic Burial Cases. Tho late improvement in
thoir form, and tho handsomo stylo in which they arc
; finished?imitating rosewood?render them the moat
complete article over offorod to the public.
also??
An Invoice of Burial Clothing,whioh will Indisposed
of in Suits or Single Articles, without cases, if defiirvJ.
W-ay 1 . C I. OHAITKN.-. '
., ; ' 4
NEW STORE. ,
"Vf ERONEY. & BOSWElL. .bar* opcn?d at tfaa
ItJL comer of Broad and RutJedge -
Store reCOatly occupied by ifajor K. 8. -Motbt. a
choice assortment of FRESli 1IEAVY AND'KANCY
GROCERIES, to rtbifch thoy invite the attention of
purchasers : in part njfollotvs*-^
Heavy GrticcrU*.
N. 0. and P. R. SUGARS.-. ""
Crushed, PulveriwdaDdEtvtact^-LoafjloY .
Rio. Java, and Cuba Coffee.4 ' ' ; .
Von. ripipan# and-Cubaifotaises.' '
Bait. Loaf Lard.
Bacon Sidea, Canvas? Hums. .
North Carolina Flour..
Goshen and English Dairy Cheese. _ _
Soap, Starch, Cleansing Soap. %
Sperm and AdJtpabtihe Caridlce. .. .
Rob. 1, 2 and 3M*ckcreI. ,
Fanty Groceries.
Quarter Botfes RAISINS.
Half and whole do.
Almonds, Figs and Aiaorto<^ Candies.
Ginger and Chow-Chow Preserves. s .
Sardlnea and Preserved Salmon. .
Cove Oyatcra, Preserved Lobctere.
Lemon Syrup.
Walnut and Tomato Catsup.
Capers, Olives, Pickles,
Pepper Sanec.
Preserved Pine Apple. . ^ .
Brandy Poa?hpe, do. Cherries. " .
ToVtUcco and cigars.'
Gold Leaf nitf Rib Hbttdd Cigars.
Palmetto, Kl KfUffta #nd La Palina do!
Fino Otit Cffewitrg Tobaico.' ' ' '
Fenu A Aj'-brd super do. ' *
Superflrie Chewing Tobacco. ? - .
Common do; do. ' * ' ' ** " * -*'*
Wines and Liquors. ''
Rectified Whiskey< .
Old Rye Hammond do. -
111.1 nmirhnti da. .
Now England Jluir*. . - .
London Dock Brandy.
Otard, Dupuy A Co.'s do. *'
Uoddard'd Brandy
St Julion Modoc Claret.
Old Mndolra.
Old Port Wine.
Old Malaga do.
Heid&ick Wine.
Byass'Xondon Porter.
Byass' London Ale, "
White Wine Vinegar. . . ..?
A General Assortment of FRUJTS. ....
With a variety of other article* too numerous te
mention, which will be gold oxceedingjy low for
cash, by MKBONEY A BOS WELL. .>
April 4 . tf. . !
Camden BazaarWF.
have just icceivod a Urge and well selected
Stock of Spring and Summer Goods,
consisting of Fancy Prints, nnd Ginghams, Colored
and Figured Barege, Borage Detains, Plain Embroidered
and Dotted Swiss, Jaconet and Checked Milslina,
Bishop Lawns, plain black and Fancy Silk, I*'sido
Capes, Collars nnd Chemizeltcs, end Under
Sleeves, Swiss Muslin and Cambric Edging and Insorting.
A large assortment of Cotton, Linen, and Thread
Laces, white, black, plain and figured llobinctte, >ilk
Illusion, fine Crape and Silk Shawls, Borage and Silk
Mantillas.
A fine assortment of Fancy, plain, and Black Bonnet
Ribbons, Crapos of different Colours, black Bombazines
and Alpacca, Irish and Grass Linens, Cotton
and Long Cloth Sheeting, Dimmcty Table Damask,
Embroidered Window Curtains, Oil Silks, and Oil
Cloths. A largo assortment of fancy Linen for Gentlemen's
wear, Summer Ca&iimers, and Drap d'uc, Gentlemen
and Ladies Gauzo and Merino and Silk Vests,
Bird Eyo Diapers, Mosquito Netting, Knitting Yarn,
lied tick, Lancaster and Marseilles Quilts, eta
A good assortment of Hosiery. White and Colored
Huso. Brown and black do. Half Silk Hose and
Ilalf Hose for Ladies and Gentlemen. 4 Irfrge. assortment
of Gloves, black and silk Mitts, Cotton, Linen
and Silk Thread, Black, Whit? and Fancy Kid and
Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets. A largo assortmout
of Drees Trimmings, Summer Ldwn and Cambric
Handkerchief, for Ladies and Gentlemen. Infants
and Misses Needle Work Dresses. Also some
lino cmbroidored Silk Handkerchiefs.
Other articles too numerous to mention. ?
Z\* E bavo just received a large and well selected
V > i'.ock of BONNETS, consisting of Straw, Legborn,
and fancy Silk,
ALSO
IIATS of different kinds aud quality, which will be
sold on moderate terms. Ladies aud Gentlemen are
requested to call and examine our Stock before purchasing
olsowhere, as wo feel, confident that wo will
not fail to please them both in quality, etyle and
prices.
4 Largo assortment of Fancy Groceries, Rio and Jn*
l\. va Coflcc, Brown, Crushed and Clarified Sugars,
West India and New Orloans Molass-.s, White
' Wine and Cider Vinegars, Bacon, Flour and Rice.
! Table and Sack Salt, Young Hyson, Gunpowder and
| Black Teas. Starch, Nutmegs, Pepper, Spices, Ginger,
| Tallow. Adaiuaatino and Spenn Candle*. Other articles
too tedioua to meution. A largo stock of Hard*
ware and Cutlery, aud a good assortment of Crockery.
Call and oxamino our stock.
April 24 M. DRUCKER 4 CO. .
NEW BOOKS.
KEARN'S Practical Laudsc.ipc Gartfwtiftg.
The Ins and Out??of Paris. ftf JiVlic do MaiqiK,ritee:
, .
j Our Countrymen', or brief Memoirs of Ontiiiertf Americans
bv Lowing; illustrated with 105 1'orOaiis.
| Homes for the People, 100 original desigfir, !?y O.
Whocler, Architect. . ?
; Robert Graham, a sequel fo Linda',
j Ellen I?orbuTy; or Adventure# of an Orphan.
! Men of Character; by Pouglas Jerold.
| A Long Look Ahead; by A. S. Roe.
| Adventures of Captain Fritst.
j ?he Old Inu; by Josiah Barnes. .. .
"flie Life of Sam Tfobston, Illustrated.
Adventures of Amy as Leigh; by Charles Rings ley.
Tho fjlurc of tho Lamp; by %Vm. North. ' '
Oitoliprtv Pannr.a t>v W. Marion 2 vols.
"? ? - -r-- ? o ?
History of the lien Fover, by Bantam.
Ingenuo, or First Days of Blood; bv Dumas.
Mammon ; or the Hardship# of an llcircsa ; by -Mrs.
Gore.
I Queens of Scotland, vol 3; Mrs. Strickland's. .
: Kuropc and the Allies; or the Past and To-day.
1 Bamartinc'a llistoryof Turkey, rol. 1st.
j My Brother's Keeper; by A. B. Waruor.
] Alone, by Morion Ilarland, Richmond, >*a. .
j Grace Dee, by Julia Karenah.
i Rag Bog; a collection of Ephemera, by N. V. Willis.
A great variety of New School Books, Stationary,
| 4c. * Aj YOUNG..
! May 29, 22 .... . ?f.
nroTKE.
! TMIE subscriber liavincr sometime since bouirlrt eot
.1 the entire stock in tho House formerly cond?i<^r<l
under tlio name of W. H, Hums, lie liaa now off hand
a largo stock of Coach and Buggy Harness, bridles,
Saddles and everything else usually kept iff hi* line,
which ho will sell low for cash, or to punctual- customers.
Work done to order and warranted. , repairing
dono in the neatest manner and at shortest
notice. Those wanting Coach. Bugpy or Wa'gbn'llsrness
or anything else in my line, will please call 'and
examine my stock before pm charing elsewhere.
Juno ?if. Til OS. K. W11KAT,
Administrator'* Police,
PERSON'S iadebtcd to the Into Thomas Starke are
requested to make immediate paymqnl, and those
havtnir Hnm-inrtu niroinst his Vototfi m ill nrnonni 1l,r.n.
to Win. M. Sbuur.oit, Kpq.
Jnno 12,?tf. JOnNT STARKK, AUm'r.
Corn Starch
170R Calinarv purposes/jujl.rccctT""!! bv
1 ' T, J. WORKMAN * CO.
Iced Jtoda W?ler
/NftViJTI VtTT T? J 1- ? ** 1-C
f wua X Ail iul QU LiKlIU awrinc \U<-' /
\j Ti.rfrZHA'.: * co.
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