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George W. Williams & Co,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, i No. 1 HANNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C 4 R? now reoetviog? ii. 1600 bags Rio. Java, and Laguatra COFFEE. | 400 hhda. N. 0., Porto Rico and Aluacovadu Sugar 500 bbla. Clarified, Crushed and Powdered do. 200 hhds. now crop Cuba Molasses. 700 bbls. N. O. Molasses. TT nl/sfK OUU uwa Uiai j uuun; v/.vw.. 2000 pieces Heavy Dundee Bagging. 4000 ceils Bale Rope. 2000 kegs Nails?assorted. 400 boxes Sperm and Adamantine Candles. 500 bbl3. new No. 3 Mackorel. t Powder. Shot, Lead, Soap, etc, etc., all of which j will bo sold at small profits for cash or prompt pnv. j May 8?12 Removal- j1 THE Subscriber has removed from his formerstand, to the store recently occupied by Moore & Kuykcndall, where he koeps constantly ?. n hand, a ^ner'al assortment of Dry Goods, Groc.ries. Wines, Brandies and Liquors. A good article of Candied Citron with many Fancy Groceries, and every articlo usually found in a general variety. All of which will bo sold j ; aa low as tlioy can be bought for elsewhere for cash, ' or to those customers who pay their bills promptly. I March 27 J.C11ARLKSWQRTH. SPRING GOODS. AM. k R. KENNEDY are receiving a very handsome supply of Goods suitable for Spring and Summer, oomprising tho latest styles in Ladies and Gentlemen's wear, Ready Made Clothing. Hats, Ac., and Invite the attention of their customers, to their Inspection. 12?tf. Administrator's Notice. ALL persons having demands against K. S. Moffat, decease -1, arc requested to hand them iu properly attested. A. M. KENNEDY, Adm'r. March 6?tf. Tailoring. rrHE undersigned begs leave to inform his friends A and former customers, that he has resumed the Tailoring Business, and will exccuto all orders for work in the most workman-like muuner, and at reduced prices for cash?or on call. April 17?12 P. ROBENSON. NOTICE. 4 LI. persona indebted to 2. J. Dellay by note or xV account are required to make immodiate payment to the underaignod assignees. Mr. Dellay will continuo to sell at the same stand at reduced prices on account of tho assignees. March 27,?1? A. M. Sl R. KENNEDY. Notice. ALL persons having claims against the Estate of B. W. GIBBONS, doceasod, will hand thoin in i properly attested, according to law, and those indebted, are called upou for iramedsato payment. The condition of the estate is such, that prompt ac- , tion must be taken for its settlement. B. F. EDWARDS, Administrator. Feb 6?tf .Bounty Land. THE subscriber will prosecute all claims arising under the recent acts of Congress, for Bounty Land, Ponsiona ?c., on reasonable terms. March 27,?tf. W.Nf. R. TAYLOR. Spring Goods. THE Subscriber ha* received his usual supply of Goods for Ladies' and Uoutlemen'a Summer Wear, which he inviteB them to call and examine, They will be sold as low a3 tho same kind of Good* can be had iu tho place. \V. D. McDOWALL, April 3?8 < Boys' WearFANCY COTTONADES, Linen Drills, Cu6hme* : retts and other styles, together with a large I stock of Ready Made Coats and Ye^ta, suitablo fo r the season. On hand and for sale at the lmves 1 prices, by A. M. i II KENNEDY. p April 3 r Spring! Spring!! I AM now receiving at the " Old Corner" my sup- ply of Spring aud Summer Goods. They were ! anla/tt^f) with darn hr mvQnlf in Yow York, nnrl will be offorod at small profits. Persons wishing cheap and pretty goods aro invited to call and examine them. March 13.?tC E. W. BONNEY. 1 Hats- n THE Subscribers have on hand a full stock o Fashionable lints, of all descriptions, incluuiug ^ Panama, Legiiorn, Straw, and Palm Leaf in Men aud 6. Boys'sixes. A. M. ? R. KKSXKDY. d April 3. tl ^ Camden Bazaar. * WJEhavejustreceivoduliirge and well-selected ^ Stock of Spring and Summer GOODS?eon- q sisting of Gentlemen aud Ladies' Dref>3 Goods. ?ALSO? A Handsomo Stock of READY MADECLOTIIING, put up of the beat material and of the latest styles. April 17 M. DRUCKKR ? CO. PIANO FORTES. j TMIE subscriber has iust received a snnnlv of MX X and seven Octavo rIAXO FORTES, Rosewood j n cases, of superior tone and workmanship, utid are j j; warranted eqnal to any manufactured in this country, ^ from the celebrated houxe of Hullett and Cuinston, ^ Boston, and will be sold at manufacturers' prices. , Nor 14 GEO. ALDEN. 3 Gilt Cornicing. J BANDS, Curtain Rings, Etc., Haudsome Patterns 1' of good size for Drawing Rooms and Chamber h Windows. I Wiudow Shades aiid Fixtures. A handsome assortment consisting of 30 patterns, * mostly of now design?Landscapes, Street Viowa, Gold Patterns, Etc., varying in prices from 75 cents to five dollars. C. L. CI1ATTEN. May 1?tf. SCOTT'S LITTLE GIANT CORN AND COB MILL. ri^IIE subscriber la prepared to furnish the different X sizes, and will guarantee them to grind 10, 15, and SO bushels per hour. For sale for cash. May 10,?tf. W. D. MeDOWALL. GENTS DRESS GOODS or our oivm hasifactire. i WE hare on hand and are constantly inauufactu- * ring Gents Ki-J Top Button Gaitors. " half Do. " r?tent Leather Pumps. ! ' " " ' Oxford Ties. " Fine Calf " " < " Pumps. ?' " heeled Slippers. We do not heaitato to say that we have the fairost article of Imported Calfskin, and are prepared to rnaniir.nhir/i Rmn snH Khni??: nt short nntlc.v which wo! can safely recommend as being superior to those ol northorn manufacture, in quality of material and workmanship, and which we ofi'or on reasonablo 1 terms. WORKMAN* ? CO. May 22 21 ti. SCraiER HATS AT COST. WE have a beautiful articlo of Gonta Drab Beaver, which we will positively sell at cost for cash. ? May::?tf. WORKMAN i CO. t CHEAP PAPER, c LETOE PAPER *t 12i to 26 cent# per quire.? j . Paw: ?ad Envelope#. For sale a*. v Apr:!!*. " THE.POST OFFICE. c CARTER'S II riie Great Purifier of the Blood! !Vo( a Particle of Jlcrciu j in it. LET THE AFFLICTED READ AND PONDER. An Infallible Ketnedy for Scrofula, King's Evii, Rlitu mutism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, l'iin;>es Postule? on the Face, Blotches, Boils. Ague and Fe ver, Chronic Sore Eve->, liing Worm or Tetter, SeuKi I1-- I T> 1 .... ... .1 l>....... .....I lU'NU, X^U^iHl UIIU x mil Wi lite wunvn unu Joints, Stubborn Ulc?-r**. philitic Disorders, Luiu bago, Spinal Complaints, aud all Diseases arising from an injudicious use ot Mercury, imprudence in life, or impurity of the Blood. 2^" This great alterative medicine and Purifier o the Blood is now u$ed by thousands of grateful patients from all parts of the United States, who testify daily to the remarkable cures perfoi?med by the great ?st of all medicines,44 Carter'* Spanish Mixture." Neuralgia, Pvbeumatism, Scrofula, Erup turns on the Skin, Liver Diseases, Fevers, Ulcers. Old Sores, Affections of the Kidneys, Diseases of the Throat, Female Complaints, Pains uud Aching of the Bones aud Joints, arc speedily put to flight by using this great aud inestimable remedy. For all diseases of the Blood, nothing has yet been louud to compare with it. It clonuses the system ol all impurities, acts gently and efficiently on the Liver and Kidneys, strengthens the Digestion, gives ton? to the Stomach,makes the skin clear and healthy, and restores the Constitution, enfeebled bv disease, or broken down by tin- excessoa of youth, to its pristine vigor ADd strength. For tho Ladies, it is incomparably better than all the cosmetics ever used. A few doses of Carter's Spanish Mixture will remove all sullownes of complexion, bring the roses mantling to the cheek, give elasticity to the step, and iniprovo the general health in a remarkable degree, beyond all tho medicines over heard of. The large number of certificates which we have received from persons from all junta of tho United States, is the best evidence thut there is no humbug about it. The press, hotel keepers, magistrates, physicians and public men, well kuowu to the community, all add their testimony to the wonderful effects of this GREAT DLOOD PURIFIER. Call on the Agent and got a Circular and Almanac and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest o! all medicines has pet formed. None genuine unless signed BENNETT <fc BEERS, Proprietors, No. 3 Pearl-street, Richmond Va.; to whom all orders for supplies and agencies must be addressed. And for sale by WM. S. BEERS & Co.,Proprietors, Ri. hmond, Va. RICE <fc THOMPSON, Sumterville. BOATW RIGHT <fc BARKULOO, Columbia. Z. J. DeIIAY and T.J. WORKMAN, Camden. March 20. ATTENTION! \["OT to ativ great Military orders, but attention .i,? ?.i.;i? t :..r,....? ii,a ,.?o len that 1 ain permanently settled two doors above 11. Drucker it Co.'s where I keep constantly on hand i beautiful dock of JEWELRY, Cutlery, Spectacles, silver und l'lated Ware, Port Monaies, Ladies Coin anions. Card Cases, Knives, Ac., Ac., which he will tell o" the most reasonable terms for cash or to puncual customers. The trade of any other kind is re pectfulh declined. Watches and Jewelry repaired in the best aauuer, and all work w.rranted. CHARLES BOFENSCHEN. Nov. 11. 40 tf South-Carolina?Kershaw District. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. Joseph Fiidoberg, vs. Harvey Hamilton. Attachment. [\7"fIERKA.S. the Plaintiff did, on the 27th day o V T March, file his Declaration against tho Defend nt, who (as it is said J is absent from and without the rnits of t^ie State, and has neither Wife nor Attorney nowu within the same, upon whom a copy of the lid declaration mHit be servod. It is therefore orered that the said defendant do appoar and plead tons said declaration, on or before tho 2Si h day of j [arch, which w-11 be in the year of our Lord ono tliournd eight hundred and fifty-six, otherwise final and bsolute judgment will then bo given and awarded gainst hi:n. M. NAUDIN, C. C. P. & U. S. lerk's Office, Kershaw District, March 27, 1825. April 3 South-Carolina?Kershaw District. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. Jesse Wessinger vs. Harvey Hamilton. Attachment IV" H ERE AS. the Plaintiff did, on the 28th day of T T March, file his declaration against the Defendrit, who (as it is said) i* absent from and without the mils of the said, and has neither Wifo nor Attorney nown within the same, upon whom a copy of t ho said eolaration might be served. It is thcicibre ordered, hat tho said defendant do cppcar and plead to tho aid declaration, on or before tho 20th day of March, rhich will bo in tho year of our Lord one thousand, ight hundred and fifty-six, otherwise final ,1nd al>soate judgment will then be given and awarded against iini. M. NAUDIN, C. C. F. k G. S. ilerk's Office, Kershaw District, March 2S, 1855. April 3 ?t>util-Caroliua?Kershaw District. IN TI1E COMMON PLEAS. John U. Ingham, ) vs. - ATTACHMENT. Jon.v II. Catoc. ) IX7TIEREAS, tho Plaintiff did, on tho 30th day of \\ \t 1. .ik i.u n.iuri..?t ? . .uu.tii, mr mo |>muuu ahaiwai, mw ^^.v..uu..vf *dio (.is it is said) is absent from and without tho limtsof tlio State, aud has neither Wife nor Attorney mown within the same upon whom a copy of tho aid Petition might be Kcrvod. It isthcretoreorderod, hat the said Defendant do appear and plead to the aid Petition on or before the 31st day of March, vhii'j will be in the year of our Lord one thousand sight hundred and fifty-six, otberwiso final and absouto judgment will then be given and awarded against lim. M. NAUDIN, C. C. P. L G. S. Jlork'a Oflicc, Kershaw District, March 30, 1855. April 3 Tailoring. 'piIE Subscriber would inform his friends and tho JL public genorally that lie has just received a :hoicc assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, consisting oi CLOTHS, C A SSI ME RS, SILK, Worsted, and Marseilles VestiDgB, Drab Do'oto. Tweeds and Linen Coalings, Plain White and Fancy Colored Linen Drillings and other Pantaloon Goods. Ho has just rocuivod the very latest Fashions and rill execute work in the best of 8tylo and Despatch. april 3?if. c a. Mcdonald. Summer Clothing, EtcA M. & R. KENNEDY aro now receiving thoir rXt usual supply of CO ATS, Vests, Pants and L. C. ihirta. A portiou of which having been made up to heir own ordvr, aro well adapted f?>r Warm Weather, ALSO A handsome aud completo Stock of COATINGS, iummer Cassimcrs, Drills. Vostings. Neck Tios, Unor Clothing, otc, to all of which thoy confidently into tbo attention of their friaade and the public genrally. April 3 DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED ?ermcrn Bitters, mmu BT DR. C. M. JACK80H, Fhilad'a., Pa.', WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE LITER COMPLAINT, DY8PEP8IA, JAUNDICE, Chronic or. Nervone Debility, Dieeaitt of On Kidney, and all dieeaiet anting from a disordered Liver or Stomach. Such as CouaU nation, Inward Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stemach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fulucss or weight in the Stomach, Sour Fractions, Sinking or Fluttering ulthe 1'itof the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, iluiried, JD.iIlcult Dreaming,r lullorwghi tiie Heart,Choking or Suffocating S-nsutioiis, winu in u lying I'ostut. Dimness of Vision,Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever und dull Pain iu the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Ye.lowucss of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Duck, Che.-t, Li bs, etc., Sudden Flushes of Hear .Burning in the Flesh, Constant imaginings of Evil, und great Depression of Spirits. In attributing such vuluable Mcdic.il properties to Hits remedy, no rash or unwarrantable insertion L made, but is simply stated a fact; provn undciiiu Idy and conclusively by tlie extraordinary cures, aim lieiielils dciived from iti use, under the direction ol its ihusiiioi.s originator, Dr. Hoofland, aniong aL i I.I-NJ..4 III I'll, mucin siwiolvnml friim tlio i mass of tcMiitmoy. from all partsof the Americanc?mtineiii. accumulated during the lust ten years, in liu hands <?1 the present proprietor. The prevalence 01 diseases to which the German Bitters arc adapted, it is with so. low we say it, is almost universal, indent there is scarcely a family throughout the whole extent of our country in which there cannot he found among its members that peculiar sallow and lunguid appearance, denoting a diseased Liver, or an etnaciu ted and suffering Dyspeptic. Then of what immense importance to this class ol invalids, that a certain and reliable remedy should Inplaced within their reach ; one in which no baneful or injurious drug enters into its composition ; a remedy on which the patient can rely with the utmost confidence and certainty and be assured from actuu. and tangible pi oofs, that the article he is using,really possesses the virtues attributed to it. Such a remedy is " lluufiand's German Bitters." Thousands of dollurs have been 'Xpcnded in its manufacture and diffusion throughout all parts of this coutiuent, and the pro prietor feels the greatest satisfaction in stating, thai there is no State, County or even Village where the Medicine has been introduced, that there cannot be lound numbers willing, to testify to its virtues. It is used constantly iu the practice of a large number of the most prominent physicians iu the country, who have also added their written testimony, in evidence of its great virtues. In conclusion, then, we would rospecttully ask of all those afflicted with any of the above diseases, to give the Bitters a trial, and rest assured it will never be regretted. In proof of the.statements above made, nil are invited to r<-a.| attentively, the " Memorabilia," or "Practical Receipt Book," for Farmers and Families, containing n great number of useful re eipts, iu addition to the testimony, in favor of the Bitters, from the most prom inent and well-known individuals, in all j arts of the Union All agents for the Bitters aie authorized to distribute the "Receipt Book "gratuitously. Principal office and Manufactory, 12u Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. is.... ?..i i. 1.-...1.. i.? it.? pal cities. ami at retail by apothecaries aiul storekeepersin every town in the United States and Canada. T. J. WORKMAN, <fc CO., Camden. Miller <fc Britton, Sumtervillc; BoATWRruirrd: Barkuloo, Columbia. March 2U. British Periodicals. Early Copies Secured. f EoNAl'D SCOIT CO., New York, contll)Uc X J tn republish the following British periodicals: 1. The London Quarterly Review, (Conservative.^ 2. Tile Edinburgh Review. (Whig.) 3. The Noith British Review, (Fr-se Church.) 4. The Westminster Review, (l.ibeial.) 5. Bluekwood's Ediuburgh Magazine, (Tory) The present eritienl state of European affairs will render these publications unusually interesting during the forthconiingyear. They will occupy a middle ground between the hastily written news items, erude specul tions.und Hying rumors of the daily journal, and tlio iiut./liiriillil tfillis* i?f fll?* Utftri. Ili<4tiifl!l2l. Wl'ifl^li after the living interest ami excitement of the gieul political events of the time shall huve passed away. It is to these periodicals that renders must look for thcouly really intelligible and reliuhle history of current events, and us such, in addition to their well established literary, scientific, and theological ehai a? ter. we urge their) upon the consideration of the reading public. Arrangements arc now permanently made for the receipt of early sheets from the British publishers, by which we are enabled to place all our reprints in the hands of subscribers about us soon as they can be furnished with the foreign copies. Although this involves a very large outlay on our part, we shall continue to furnish the periodicals at the same low rates as heretofore, viz.: Per annum. For any one of the four Reviews *3.nn For any two of llio four reviews 5 < (? For any three of the four reviews 7.ui) For all four of the reviews S.Oo For Blackwood's Magazine 8.0" For Blackwood and three reviews 9.0" For Blackwood and the four reviews 10.00 Payments to he made in all eases in advance. Mo ney current in the t?tatc where issued will be received at par. Ciubbin'j.?\ discount of twenty-five per cent, from the above prices will be allowed to clubs oideriug four or more copies of any one or more of the above works. Thus: Four copies of Blackwood, or of one review will be sent to one address for SO; four conies of the four reviews and Blackwood for *30: unci so on. Postage.?In all tlio principal cities nnd towns, these works will be delivered through agents, free of post age. When sent by mail, the postage to any p u t of the United States will be but twenty-four cuts a year for Blackwood, nnd but fourteen cents a year for each of the reviews. Remittances and communications should always be addressed, post-paid, to the publishers. LEONARD SCOTT & CO., 64 Gold street, N. Y. N. B. L. S. A Co. have recently published, and t ave now for sale,the "Farmer's Guide," by Henry Stephens of Edinburgh, nnd the late Professor Norton of Yale College, New lluven, complete in two volumes, royal octavo, containing ICOo pages. Fourteen steel and six hundred wood engravings. Price iti muslin bindings. $t>. riiis work is .not the old " Book of the Furm," latelv KESl'SciTATEDund thrown unon the market FOR SALE. rpilAT valuable plantation on Waterco River, lato X tho property of Z.ick Cantcy and wife and formerly belonging totlio Estate of Adarason, containing some thirteen hundred acres, bounded North by Dr. Salmond's plantation and the estato of John Chesnut, eon lb by Edward E. Adamson's plantation, cast by Springdule, and west by Watoroe River. On the place are all the necessary buildings, two mills, gin-housc, screw, etc., a largo body of lands cleared & under fence, in a good state for cultivation, and a largo body of well timbered uplands contiguous to tho settlement Nor terms apply to either ot tho undersigned. J 'HN 0\NTF:Y. JAMES CANTEY, Exr's of J no. Cantoy, Sen. Jan 0, 2 tf. 4SA&* TiIK undorsigncd will continuo to sell goods at tho " C)ld Corner" on the most favorablo terms for cash, or on a credit of one year. The above terms will bo strictly complied with, and no goodssold fora longer time. Persons who havo beou indebted for 24 of 36 months are earnestly requested to pay up by the middle of February. Those who disregard this notic 211 ???.? AM/1 lUAiKMAfAO am/1 2. ?U Will lllUDb CUIltllUiJ liUli men uvwo UIIU PWVWUIIIO 1U 111 I hnnds of rq attorney for collection, if notarranged bo foro return day. B. W. BONNEY. I Jan. 2,1855. 1 t? I Rev. Dr. Cnminings' Works. LECTURES on the Miracles; Lectures on tho Parables; on tho Apocalypse, 1 st and 2d series; Lectures ou Romanism; Lectures on Daniel; Scripture Readings on Genesis and Exodus; Voices of tho Day and Night: Voices of the Dead; Benedictions or the Blessed Life; The Tent and tho altar; The Great Sacrifice; Christ our Passover; Kitto's Daily Bible Illustrations. in 8 vol. 12 mo.: Coleiidires Works, 6 vol. 12mo; Chambers' Miscellanies, 10 vol 12mo.; Chambers' Papers for the People. 6 vol. 12mo.; DeSaulcy's Narativo of a Journey round the Dead Sea and in the Bible Lands, in 1850 and 1851, including an account of tho discovery ef the Sites of Sodom and Gomarrah. Also a variety ol Miscellaneous Works, School Books, ?c. A. YOUNG. Nov. 20. 46 OryGoods, Groceries, Crockery &e, r p n E subscriber continues to koop on hand a com1 plete assortment ol Domestic Diy Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Ac., which he will soil very low for CAsri llis stock of Grocericu consists, in part, of "intrar, Coffee, Salt, Cheese, &c.&e. Purchasers would do well to give him a call, r?. o T nrr A PT.PCTrnTJTTT SCHEDULE." Mail aaid Passenger Trains. OITII CA: 01.IN A RAILROAD COMPANY. 4$Sk*m. * nam A Leave Charleston 7 a. nt. Arrive at Kingsville 2 p. ra; Columbia 3.45 p. in.; Camden 5 p. in. I^-ave Charleston 7 p. ill. Arrive nt Kmgsville 4.30 a. no.; Columbia G.30 a. in. Leave Charleston 8 a. m. and 4.46 p. m. Arrive at Augusta 4 p. in. and 4.30 a m. Leave Columbia 7 a. m. and 4 p. in. Ai rive at Charleston 3 p. m. and 4 a. m. Arrive at Augusta 4 p. m. and 4.30 a. m. Leave Columbia 12 a. m. Arrive nt lvingavillc 1.30 p. m. and Camden 5 p. m. l-eave Augusta 6.30 a. m. and 6 p. in. Arrive nt Charleston 2.30 p. in. and 6.60 a. m. Arrive at Kingsville 2 p. m. and 4.30 a. m. Arrive at Columbia 3.45 p. in. and 6.30 a. in. Arrive at Camden 5 p. ni. Leave Camden 6 a. in. Arrive at Charleston 3 p. m.; Columbia 10.50 a. m.; Augusta4 p.m. IIENltY T. PEAKE, Jan. 23?tf. Gen!. Sup't. Keep Warm. G1 ENTLEMEN'S Overcoats, somo very large sizo. T Also. Boys'Overcoats, just opened and for sale at iho "Old Corner" by E. W. BONNKY. Ct AII PET Bags, Floor Cloths, Crumb Cloths, Ac. ' just received ut " the Old Corner." Sep. 19?if. E. W. BONNEY. A. iH. & IS. Kennedy HAVE received and oiler for sale a full assortment of Ready Made Clothing, consisting of Coats. Vests. Tants, BOYS' CLOTHING. Coat-and Vests, Uuder Shirts, Drawers, J lloso, Ties, Cravats. Ac, Dress Shirts, of superior quality, made to order and warranted to lit. Oct 'J-i IAD1KS' Brown and Drab cloths for Talmas and J Cloaks, just opened at the "Old Corner" by Oct. 31?tl. E. W. BONNEY. CtOOPEit'rf ISING-GLAPS, Almonds, Yeast Pow / dnrs. Extracts, Candles, Soaps, Ac., lor salo at th "Old Corner," at the lowest prices. Oct. 10 E. W BONNEY. Rot ice. TIIE Notes and Accounts of W. M. Watson are in my hands (as Assignee) for collection. Those indebted are requested to make immediate payment, and by So doing save costs. Jan. SO J. DUNLAP, Assignee. 4 M. A R. KENNEDY'S Stock of Dress Goods, /\ for Ladies' wear, Einbroidcrie>, llosiry, Gloves, Ac., is now very full, and ollered on the most reasonable terms SUMM Kit Clothing and Hats in a great variety of styles. Also, Fancy Linens Ac. tor Oentlemcn's wear, just open in j, at the "Old Corner'' bv March 13.?tf. E. W. BONNET. BANK A4JENCY!!! 1"MI K subscriber continues to act as agent in both o the Banks of Camden. E. W. BONNEY. July II, 28 tf. Mioes ^hoes. VFULL supply of Ladies BOOTS and SHOES, of all styles end qualities; Misses' SCHOOL BOOTS no SHOES, Youth'sand Boy's Shoes. Just received by W. ANDERSON. Hides. rpiIE highest price will be given for good hides i bv - W. ANDERSON. Aug 28 34 tf. Ju?t Received. VN assortment of Fisk's METALIC BURIAL CA SES. There have boen lato improvemoiita in thisartMe. Can be seen at the subscriber's WaroRoom. C. L. CHATTEN. Notice. A J.L persons indebted to the estate of Samuel fx. Benson are requested to call and pay, as longer indulgence cannot be given. Jan. 30. J. DUNLAP, Adm'r. Hair Brihlics. rpi7E undersigned has now on hand anelogantaa 1 sortmcnt of French, English and American Hair Brushes, to which lie invites the attention of his nn merous friends and customers. August 9-32 tf Z. J. DeIIAY. New Velvet Trimming*. JUST rocoived a full assortment of black and color ed Velvot Trimmings of all widths at Dec 5.?lm. C. MATllESON'S. Notice. r|"MIE Subscriber earnestly calls upon all indobted to 1 the Estate of K. S MOFFAT, either by note or open account, to mako payment; long indulgence cannot be given. A. M. KENNEDY, Adm'r. r,?if GABDKN Hand Ploughs, Ilarrowe, Hoes, Ruko and Trowels, just received at the "old corner," by E. W. BONN BY. Feb. 14, 1854. 7 tf. tUHtN-SHELLKRS, self-sharpening Feed Cutters, / (a new article,) also, 1'ulent Cylinder and Thermometer Churns Meat Cutters and Sausage Stuffers. Also, Hand Plows and Harrows for garden use. For sale at the "Old Corner" by E. W. BONNEY. BAXK AGEtfT\ THE subscriber will act as Agent for persons drawing money from cither of tho Banks in Camden. Aug 14.?tf! J. DUNLAP. Wool, Wool." WILL be purchased cither in the Burr or clean, bv W. ANDERSON. Aug. 23 34 tf. HATS. THE subscriber wishing to closo out his stock of Heebo & Co., Warnock and Rankin, Duryeo <k Co.'s superior Drab Fur Hats, will sell thera at New York cost, and many other Drab Hats much below cost. W. D. McDOWALL. KfnTT IS 20 tf * *'7 * ~ r Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers, FOR COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION 1 Juit rtceired Mid for bbIo by < T. I. VORKlLtK 4 00. GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY. JACOB'S CORDIAL. FOR ALL BOWEL DISEASES. CHOLERA, CHOLERA MORBUS, DYSENTERY, BILIOUS CHOLIC, DIARRIKEA, CHOLERA INFANTUM Also, admirably adapted to many diseases of Females, most especially to painful menstruation. The Virtues of Jacob's Cordial are too well known to require Encomiums. 1st. It curcB the worst coses of Diarrhoea. 2d. It cures the worst forms of Dysentery. 3d. It cures California or Mexican Diarrhoea. 4th. It relieves the severest Colic. 6th. It cures Cholera Morbus. 6th. It cures Cholera Infantum. 7th. It cures Painful Menstruation. 8th. It relieves Pain in Back and Loins. 9th. It counteracts Aei'votisness and Despondency. 10th. It restores Irregularities, lltli. It dispelB gloomy and hysterical Feelings. 12th. It's an admirable Tonic. A few short Extracts from Letters, Testimonials. Ac. " I have used Jacob's Cordial in my family, and hove found it a most efficient, and in my judgment, a valuable remedy." lion. Hibam Wauxer, Judge of Supreme Court, Ga. "It gives me pleasure in being able to recommend f l-?_ r% i:_i tiftCOUS ^ oruiUi?un I' pvinuiioi cAptnviitt, uuu the experience of my neighbors and friends around me, is a sufficient guarantee for me to believe it to be all that it purports to be, viz. a sovereign remedy." Wm. II. Underwood, Formerly Judge of Supreme Court, Cherokee Ct. " I take great pleasure in recommending this invaluable medicine to all afflicted with bowel diseases, for which I believe it to be a sovereign remedy?do cidedly superior to any thing else ever tried by me." A. A. Gacldixo, Deputy G. 11., of the Grand Lodge of Georgia. " I have used ' Jacob's Cordial' iu my family, and imp, wun aii i near auoui 11 as a remeoy oy mose who have tried it, induces me to believe tiiat it stands at the head of every preparation of the kind, and I would recommend its use in the disease for which it is compounded." Miles G. Dobbins, Cashier of the Bank of the State of Georgia, Griffin. " If there is is any credibility in human testimony 'Jacob's Cordial' must stand pre-eminent above ail other preparations for the cure of Bowel Diseases ? From the mass of testimony in its favor from coming in from all quarters, it must be very far in advance' as a curative agent, of most if not all other ' patent, preparations." A. Fleming, Cashier Marine ?fc Fire Ineurance Bauk, Griffin. "This efficient remedy is travelling into celebrity as fast as Bonaparte pushed his columns into Russia, and gaining commendation wherever used." flenirnin .T/>fft>rcny)in'>i l/inn 1 Q/7i For sale by T. J. Workman A Co, Citrr.den ; J. F Kennedy A'Jo., Hitlgcway; T. A. Pargan, Darling ton; W T. Pargan A Co., Sutnterville; P. II. Mc Gregor, Columbia. Principal Depots, Haviland, IIarral A Risly, New York. IJaviland, IIarral A Co., Charleston. J. Wright A Co., New Orleans. WM. W. BLISS A CO., Proprietors, Savannau, Ga. Aug. 15, 33 ly. LADIES' Dress Goods in Black and colors, and every grade ol style and quality. Just opened at the " Old Corner" by E. W. BONNEY. March 13, 11 tf. CCONGRESS WATER for sale by tho cose at the ! "Old Corner." E. W. BOXN'EY. March 20, 12 tf. HOUSE KEEPING articles in a great variety; also Bathing Tubs. Rocking and Silting Chairs, just received at tho "Old Corner" by Oct.31?tf. E. W. BONXEY. ~SOTICE.~ rI",lIE subscriber respectfully informs his friends and X patrons that he continues his BUSINESS IN ALL ITS BRANCHES at W. J. flayer's old stand, southeast corner Meeting and Wentworth streets, where may be seen a large stock of good VEHICLES, composed of light and heavy work. Splendid Fall Stock arriving every week, among which are some new and verv tastv models of Fatnilv Carriasres. Manufacturing and Repairing will be done from this to with usual dispatch. Charlestou, Nov 3?45 LEONARD CHAPIV. T- JTWORKMAN & CO., Wholesale and Kctail Druggids, CAMD EX, S. C. OFFER for sale, fur cash, or on approved credit a lowest market prices, a large and well-selec ted assortment of East India, Mediterranean and European DKtGS AND MEDICINES, French, English, and American CHEMICALS, of all kinds, Patent Medichies, Tliouipsonian Medicines. Shaker's Herbs snd Roots, Saratoga Water, Wines and Brandies, Surgical Instruments, Trusses, Paints, Oils, Var nis'.ies, Paint Brushes, Dye-stuffs, Lamps, Lamp Oils, Burning Fluid and Camphene, Druggists' and Physicians'Glass-ware and Labels, Window Glass, Putty, Hair, Tooth, Nail and Flesh Brushes, Bronzes, Teas. Spices, and tlavoring Extracts, Perfumery, Fancy Soaps, Fancy Articles, Genuine Cod Liver Oil. together with every article comprising the stock of a Druggist or Physician. Our stock is of tlio best quality, and tho best selected assortment ever offered to the public. Physicians, Country Merchants, Planters and all others can depend on their ordeismeeting prompt and careful attention, and upon accommodating terms.? No extra charge for packing or transportation to the Railroad Depot or any part of the town, gy Physicians' Presriptions carefully compounded April 25. 17 " if New Business Establishment. THE subscribers wish to inform the public generally, that tlioy have opened a CARRIAGE SHOP on the Robinson Road, 15 J miles above Camden, and arc now prepared to attend to all orders in their lino. They will not bo excelled in the quality of their work or reasonableness of their charges, by any other establishment. J. Ware, Wood-workman, and W. cochrax, Paintor and Trimmer, will give their undivided attention to their departments, and all Blacksmith's work will be dono *o order by competent workmen. WARE k COCIIRAN. Sept. 12. 37 ly. HATS AND CAPS AT COST rFHIE subscribers having determined to discontinue X this part ot their business, will dispose of the remainder of their stock of Hats and Caps at cost for ccush, or at a very small advance on timo. An examination of their stock and prices will at once convince any ono desirous of purchasing, that it will bo decidedly to his interest to buy of them. Goods of like quality havonerer been offered at such low prices Among them may be found line and fashionable MOLESKIN AND BEAVER, also, a gooJ article of PLANTATION HATS. Nov. 21?tf. WORKMAN A CO. Domestic Goods. I >LEACHED and Brown Shirtings and Sheetings, J Plaids and Stripes, for servants, Cotton Cussimercs, Dcuims and Checks, Bed Tick Ac. For sale by A. M. A. R. KENNDDY. "VTEW Raisins, Almonds, Citron, Extracts, Cheese. J.1 Sugar House Syrup, Powdered Sugar. Candles, Pickles, Isinglass, Cayenne, and Jenny Lind gold twist Tobacco, a suporior articlo. just received at the "Old ci it i t? ntr niWTV wv Vsurnur uj lj. w . dvd r? i Domestics. j RED and white Flannola. Linsoys, Ticks, Shootings, j all widths, Bed and Crib Blankets, Long Cloths, j brown and bleached Shirtings, &o. For salo low, by I Sept 27. A. M. k R. KENNEDY. I J GATHER and Shoe-Findings.-?A larpo assortment of T.enthni- nrd Slmn-Findines. For sale low by WORKMAN & CO. 'Lamps!?Lamps!! JUST recoived an elegant assortment of Burning Fluid and Oil Lamps. Purchasers are invited to ?11 and examine our Stock previous to buying elsewhere. T. J. WORKMAN & CO. March ?Y?1? (MBBWIWMMBWPSWPBWfjWMft* ^ 1ffli These Pill* nre entirely Vegetable* aitf'ari most superior Medicine lathe cure of til Buima ,<h ; plainti. Chilli and Fhxtr, Dyrpeptia, Cbstireneii,Liter Cump |ei'?.. Jaundioe. Sick Headache, Scrofula, SaU Rhruru. Fevert if <M (Mi*i Lou of Appetite, Obstructed and painful ilemtruation, and M U? goring diseatei. ' I As s Female Modldno they act Uhe a charm, and rbn m. I according to tho directions, they norer fall to care the *<*, | > cases of Piles* after all other remedies fall. They purify the blood* equalise the tlss pa lion, restore rue juivcij muiioyi, nuu uihw b? r cretory Org ins, to t healthy tone and actt m * , and ai an Anti-Bilious Family Medians they hare u tig u Prioe 25 cents per box. 1 Alio ? j .... IJ Kijl til iCi Hvi iljn vil H i litnKl o it 1111 L> ViliiiVr MicajMAgiji I A remedy for Coughs, Odds, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Croup. Whoepi 1 m I Cough, Asthma, Consumption, Nervous Distant, Dytptp sia, Q tixxnas, Erysipelas, Diua.it of the Heart, Inflammation a nd Pai in the Chest, Back and .tide, and aU diseases arising from ad ranged state of the Stomach, and to relieve the distress and ba i feeling from eating too hearty food, t'n teeoJk and dyspeptic hattt , WARRANTED 10 BE PURELY VEGETABLE. TheM Pill! KtUlD EXTfrtOTBBt, 25 cent box possesses three times more power to care disease then a one dollar bottle ot sty of the Syrups, Balsams, er Ban t parillas, that were eTer made, and a simple trial of only one *? 1 will prove this lmportsnt ti nth. They promote Expectoration^ Loosen t Phlegm, and Clear the Lungs and other Seers* tory Organs, of all morbla matter* and there Ofnot another remedy In the whole Materia Meillea capa Me O imparting such healing properties to the Lung* tad Vftetfrr gana as these Pills. They Care Coatlveneai, pre da a, a good, regular Appetite, and Strengthen the System* Price 25 cents per box, containing 25 doses of Medicine. Call on the Agents who sell the Pills, and get the Planter's Almanac sunt, giving foil particulars and certificates of ewet. Both kinds of the sbove-named Pills are for sale In Every Town and Village la Horth and Sonth Carolina* Iu Camden by T. J. Workman 4 Co., who also keep a supply of Dr. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS, and Dr. IIDLL'S CELEBRATED PILLS, which stop tho Chills and Fever the first day. July 25. 30 ly Patent Medicine*, Ac. AFRESH SUPPLY, just rccoivcd, among them are: llolloway's Ointment Cherry Pectoral llolloway's Pills Ilasting's Syrup Naptba Hobensack's Worm Syrup Rodger's Syrup of LiverMextican Mustane Lini- wort and Tar and r?n. mcnt clialagua Pain Killer Daily's Magical Paia ExSeltzer Aperient tractor Barry's Tricophorous Christie's Galvanic Belts? Jayne's Medicines Necklace*, BcaoeietfOTd Radway's Ready Relief Fluid Oxygenated Bitters Brow'e Ess. Jamaica Ginger Georgia Sarsaparilla Murray's Fluid Magnesia Sands' Sarsaparilla Cod Liver Oil Townsend'sSarsaparilla Indian Hair Dye Dead Shot Bachelor's Hair DyeFahnestock's Vermifuge Depilatory Power Wistar's Balsam Wild Cher-Magnetic Plaster ry For sale by F. L. ZEMP. Flavoring Extracts FOR Ices, Custards, Puddings, and all kinds of Confectionary, Pastry, <tc. Ac. Among them are Vanilla, Lemon. Peach, Nutmeg, Bitter Almond, Banana, Pine Apple, Strawberry, Raspberry, Rose, Ginger, Cinnamon, ire. Ac., all very superior and for salo by F. L. ZEMP., Constantly on Hand, CEMENT, Calcined Piaster of Paris, for building purposes; Gypsum or Land Plaster, for agricultural purposes, and Stono Lime, all of good quality and in quantities to suit purchasers. A very superior articlcof White Lime for whitewash ing. U. L,. UltAlXiSIS. March 9. 20 tf Administrator's Notice. VLL persons having demands against the estato of Joseph Wienges, dee'd., will hand them in properly attested to A. G. Baskin, and those indebted to said estate will make payment to him. COX HAD M. WIEXGES, Adm'r. Oct. 31. 44 tf SADDLE & HARNESS MAKING rpiIE undersigned continues his business at the old JL stand, returns his thanks for pastfavors and hope or a continuance of patronage. All work in his line will bo done with punctuality, and whero the cash is paid, at the timo of delivery, a discount of ten per ceut will bo made. Jan 6, lylJ2- P. J. OAKS. Notice. rpHE Subscriber still continues to act as Agent for 1 parties doing business in either of the Banks in Camden, and hopes by strict attention to the same to merit a continuance of the patronage heretofore entrusted to him. C. MATHESON. Aug. 29, 1854. " 35?ly rl KXTLEMKX'>flne Black Cloth Frock Coats, black "X" PsiQuimorn nnrl \f.iwinllloo "TTao?o Anonori last week and for sale at tho "Old Corner" by Oct. 31 tf. E. W. BONNEY. I) EADY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS 1 For sale by A. M 4 R. Kennedy?viz: Dress, Frock, and Business Coats; Vests and Pantaloons; Dress and Under Shirts; Drawers; half Hose; Fancy Ccavats: Washington Ties, 4c Boy's Clothing?Coats and Vests. Fashionablo Hats, Caps, 4c. Scpt.27. Jacob's Cordial. HOOFLAND'S German Bitters; Carter's Spanish Mixture; Bull's, Townscnd'sand Sand's Sarsaparilla; Radway's Ready Relief*. Ready Resolvent, Ready Regulators; Circassian Balm for the hair Roger's Liverwort and Tan Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Wistar's Bulsam Wild Cherry. Hutchings' Dyspepsia Bitters; Ox.vgenated Bitters Moffat's Bitters; l'arrants' Seltzer Aperient Upliam's vegetable Electuary; Rowand's Tonic Rovvand's Compound Syrup of Blackberry Root Henry's Magnesia; Murray's Fluid Magnesia Citrate ! Ellis' Magnesia; Christie's Galvanic Curatives Mustang Liniment; .laynes' Medicines Rose's Family Medicines; Strong's Pills; Moffat's do. Leroy's, Poters'and Holloway's Pills Jew David's Hebrew Plaster; Pcery's Dead Shot McLane's Vermifuge and pills; Fahnestock's Vermifuge, with a great many other Patent Medicines to be found at T. J." WORKMAN & CO's. Drug Store. OUR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC AUK respectfully informed that they will find at the old stand of Workman & Boone, a large and well assorted stock of BOOTS and SHOES. HATS, . CAPS, Trunks, Valices and Carpet Bags, which wo I will sell as low as can be bought in this market, j April 25. WORKMAN 4 CO. Fancy Cliiua Ware ! i TUST received at Workman's Diue Store, an olo ! <1 gant assortment of China Ware, consisting in j?artof | Fine Gilt China cups and saucers, with and without mottoes Rich Gill Card receivers and Jewelry stands Fancy China Inkstands, Jewelry boxes Flower Vases, elegant Toilet bottles, <tc,&c. ALSO. j A full supply of American and English Tooth aa ! Hair Bi ushes;*Clotiies, Hat and Shoe do. ' Buffalo drcssingCombs, pocket and fine tooth Comb ' Also a large lot of lineand common Shaving brushes. T ER3IS OF THE CAMDEN JOURNAL. Two Dollars if paid in advance; Two Dollars and Filty Cents if payment be delayed three months, nsd Three Dollars if not paid till the expiration of the year ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted at the following rates: For one Square, (fourteen lines or le p,) seventy-live cents for tho first, and thirty-seven nnd-a half cents for each subsequent insertion. Single insertions, one dollar per square; semi-monthly monthly and quarterly advertisements charged the same as for a singlo insertion. Eg" The number of insertions desired roust be noted on tho maivin ot nil sdvorti?pmnni? n* ilim ?,?>! o ? ?_ .Vv...vw.H, VI VIIVJ 1>1U IAJ published until ordered discontinued and changed ac? CCrding! j-.