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The Camden weeklyTournal
IS 7'CBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY BY
THOMAS J, WARREN.
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- ~ -
HARDWARE
A FULL and complete stock now on hand, of
Carpenter's Smith's and Cooper's Tools, with a
flF fuli jine 0f Goods for Builders. I am also prepared
?? to fill all orders for Iron Frout Columns, Lintels, Girders,
Column Base and Tops, Iron Doors, Shutters,
Spouts, &c.
Also, Marbleized Iron Mantles, Marble Mantles,
** Iron Railings. &c., d:e.
March 25.?3m. W. D. McDOWALL.
SPRING GOODS.
W. ANDERSON .
IS now receiving fromijxew York, his usual supply
of SPRING- AND SUMMER GOODS, comprising
a full assortment of Xadies' Dress Goods; Gentlemen,
Youth's, and Servant's Wear. All of which will be
?olch>u the mast favorable terms. April 1.
Dress Good*.
PRINTED JACONETS, Crepe Ma*etz. Printed
Linens and Organdie Muslins, Gut Bareges, Tissues,
and Embroideries. Also. Mourning Dress Goods,
just opened at the "Old Corner" by
March 25, D W. BONNEY.
Powders for the Toilet.
"]\/|"EKNFUN, Italian Ca?metic, Chalk Balls, Lily
LtJL White, Rose Toilet Powder, Powder Puffs.?
JSoli by F. L. ZEMP.
Spring and Summer Goods.
'riAEIS SUBSCRIBER has just recieved, A NEW
JL -SUPPLY OF GENTLEMENS WEAR, FOR .
.-BPHING AND SUMMER, to which he iuVHes the ,
;?tt?*tion of gentlemen, as they will be sold on re*$onabHtt-srms.
Work executed in the best style andAaite8t-4ksl:ion.
Abo on hpnd a complete assortment of
THlttiMINGS ic. Call. and examine before you con chide
4cj purchase. C. A. McDONALD.
,4ptflli5, 3 m.
arm; BRITISH PERIODICALS,
AMD THE
'} FARMER'S GUIDE.
ifc, IN TUE PHICE OF FIXE LAX ,
TKR PUBLICATION,
rr CP/irTT^AK- C.Ct NEW Yt.TlTv. continue to nub- '
iiifih U?e>Ri2owing leading British Periodicals, viz:
iJ.tTBElXfOSDON QUARTERLY (Conservative)
i2.TTHE?TDINBURG REVIEW (Whig).
VS. fJUE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (Free
fCkurth).
44. .THE WESTMINISTER REVIEW (Liberal).
06. tBLAGKSFOOD'S EDINBURG MAGAZINE,
ffhe great and important events?Religious, Politi ?el
and Military?now agitating the naUora of the
Old World, give to these Publications an interest and
wa luethey never before possessed. They occupy a
middle ground between the hastily written new6iitems,
crude speculations. nn^ fying rumors of the
(newspaper, ana the ponderous Tonne of the historian,
long after the living interest in the facts lie
records shall have passed away. The progress of the
"War in the East occupies a large space in their pages.
Everv movement is closely criticised, whether of
friend or of foe, and all short-comings fearlessly
pointed out. The letters from the CRIMEA and
from tltt BALTIC in Blackwood's Magazine, from
two of its most popular contributors, give a more
iatelligible and reliable account of the movements
of the great belligerents than can elsewhere be found
These Periodicals ably represent the three great
political part es of Great Britain?Whig, Ton*, and
Radical,?but politics forms only one feature of their
character. As Organs of the most profound writers
on Science^Literature, Morality, and Religion,, they
stand, aa they ever have stood, unrivalled in the
world of leUers/Jaeing indispensable to the scholar '
and the professional mln, while to the intelligent '
reader of every class tfceyfurnish a more correct and
satisfactory record of the current literature of the
day, than cau be possibly obtained from any other
source. - ?
EARLY COPIES.
The receipt of ADVANCE SHEETS from the v
British Publishers gives additional value to these
Reprints, especially during the present exciting state .
of European affairs, inasmuch ns they can now be ,
placed in the hands of subscribers about as soon as
the original editions. ,
TERMS.
I'ernnn. ,
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For any three of the four Reviews 7 00
For all four of the Reviews. 3 00
For Black world's Magazine. 3 00
For Black wood and three Reviews 9 00
For Blackwood and the four Reviews. 10 00
Payments to be made in all cases in odvvnce.
Monty current in the State where issued will
be roccircd at par.
CLUBBING.
A discount of twenty-five percent from the above
prices will be allowed to Clues ordering four or more
copies of any one or more of the above works. TliUt?:
Four copies of Blackwood, or of one Review, will
be sent to one address for $9; four copies of the
four Reviews and Blackwood for ?30; and so on.
POSTAGE.
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will be delivered, FREE OF POSTAGE. When sent
by mail, the Postage tonny part of the United States
will be but TWENTY-POUR CENTS a year for
Blackwood," and but FOURTEEN CENTS a year
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THE FARMER'S GUIDE
TO SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL AGRICl'L- I
TURK. |
liy Henry Stephens, F. R. S., of Edinburgh, nn<!
the late J. P. Norton, Professor of Scientific Agriciil- j
ture in Yale College, New Haven. 2 vols. ltoyal Oc !
tavo. 1000 pages, and numerous 1\ ood and Steel j
Engravings.
This is, confessedly, the most complete work on |
Agriculture ever published, and in order to give it a j
wider circulation the publishers hare resolved to i
reduce the price to
FIVE DOLLARS FOR THE TWO VOLUMES!!
When sent by mail (p it-paid) to California and
Oregnu tl e price will be 17. To every other part of
the t'nion and to Canada (prist paid), $6. ?3gT This
Book is kot the old " Book of the farm "
Remittances for any of the above publications
should ala >y? addressed. postpaid, to the Publishers,
LEONARD SCOTT & CO ,
3ac. 13, No. 54 GoW Street STew York.
Good Land for Salo\\7E
will soil OXK THOUSAND ACRES o
T > GOOD RITER LAND, lvinsr on the Chocktawliachie
River, in Mushy Read, Walton Co., Flu.
The land lies well?entirely free from overflow, and
well watered by Springs ; part of ji. embraces sonie
poor Rlack Jack Ridges, affording good si'es for Residences.
proverbial for health.
Tlie River i? navigable for Steam boats to Geneva,
Ala., and abounds with Fish. There is an extensive
Stock Range convenient to the place.
There is about one hundred nnd fifty acres of open
land on the place, and three Dwellings, together with
Out Houses, <ic.
We will sell altogether, or in detached bodies.?
Apply to CHARLES McXINNON,
Ucheeana. or
CEO. F. TERR IK,
April 22?tf. on the Premises.
Bear it in Mind,
fJ^HAT the celebrated Colleton Bitters, a purely
ji Vegetable preparation, is yet a sovereign Remedy
for Dyspepsia, and. with Moffat's Phenix Bitters
and Pills, Brown's Essence Jamaica Ginger, Oxygenated
Bitters, Jacob's Cordial, Ilnrband's and Murray's
Fluid Magnesia, Ac.. Ac, are for sale at
J. E DeHAVS. "
April 15?if. One Door below Masonic Hall.
Elegant Extracts,
CONSISTING in part, of Upper Ten, Bouquet de
Caroline, Jockey Club, Heliotrope, Violet and
Jenny Lind Bouquet; Sontag and Golden Belli Cologne;
Aromatic Vinegar; Old Brown Windsor, Mili
j "--m- o ut?ia.
lUry UIJU IrUBUlU cudj', ncuui iweo ?aici, u.v.t u>w.?
Just received at J. E. DEITY'S,
April 15?tf. One Door below Masonic ITall.
Soaps*
GENDINB Brown Windsor Soap, Sand Soap (perfumed,)
Omnibus Soap, Military Shaving Soap,
Ilo9e Soap, Almond'-and Honev Soap. Chrystalino
Wash Balls, Variegated Soap, Erasive Soap, for removing
grease spots from silk or woolen For sale
ftL. - ? zbmp.
Perfumery.
LUBIN'S, Extracts. Glenn's do., Hnoel's do., Cor
logne Water, Extract Musk, Toilet Waters, for
sale by F. L. ZEMP.
INDELIBLE INK, with and without the
preparation, warranted to give satisfaction.
F. L. ZEMP.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Ac.
PURE White Lead, Snow White Zinc, Linseed Oil,
Turpentine, Colors of every description, Copal
and Coach Varnish. All warranted of the best quality,
and for cash will be sold as low as can be purchased
in Charleston. F. L. ZEMl'.
THE SIGN OF THE TWO LARGE
WATCHES
AND "
AT NEW YORK PRICES, FOR CASH, MERCHANTS
and Dealers will do well to call and examine
the stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY,
at 249 King-street, before they purchase elsewhere.
Every articlo warranted.
A stock always on baud peculiarly adapted to country
dealers.
S?v? twenty per cent, by calling on
t?f. mumiMEM.
249 KING-ST., CHARLESTON,
Oct. 2 Four doors from Wentworth st.
Sprim? Styles DregaJGroods
rpHE ONJ&2RSIGNED has received1 and is now
X opening * large and well selected Stock or Dress
Soods suitallo for Spring and Summer Wear.
A superior article of Blk Crepe Maretz,
Bl'k Grenadines, Tissues and Bareges,
Sup'r Mourning Organdies, Lawns & Jaccnets.
Colored Goods.
Printed French Organdies and Lawns,
Col'd Bareges, Tissues and Grenadines,
Sup'r Chintz Brilliantcs,
Solid Col'd do.
8 French and Scotch Ginghams,
French Cambrics and Calicoes,
White Goods for Dresses,
Plain Pl'd and Striped Nansnok,
Plaid Jaconets, striped do.
Swiss, Organdie and Mull Muslins,
A new article of White Brilliante.
March 25. . C.. MATHESON.
Lace Setts, Lace Setts.
P ARTICULAR alteulion i6 invited to the assortment
of
Mechlin, Mai rise <fc Yatlnc's
Lace Collars and Sleeves,
Linen Wrought do.
Application do.
Muslin and Cambric do.
March, 25. C. MATIIKSON.
SPRING DRY-GOODS.
W. D. McDOH ALL
IS NOW opening a choice stock of New Goods, for
Ladies, Misses, Gentlemen, and Boys' Spring and
Summer Wear, which lie invites his customers and
friends to call and examine. March 25?3m.
NEW SPRING GOODS,
JEB-W
A. M. & R. KENNEDY.'
WK are now receiving our usual Stock of Goods
.suitable for the Season, to on examination of
which we respectfully invite the attention of ourfrionds
?a .1.- It ?
IIIIU IIIC puuuu jjvutiMiM.
The Stock is largo, ami embraces the newest and
most desirable stvlc-s of Dress Goods, in Silks, Grenadines,
Bareges, Duenls; in Jaspa and Alma, patterns,
also, Challya, Organdies, Lawns, Hosiery, <tc., together
with a large and desirable assortment of Domestics,
all of which will be sold on the most reasonable
terms. March 18.
SPRING OF 18567"
I AM now opening my fill supply of Spring Goods,
direct from New York. Among them may le
found a splendid assortment of Ladies' Rich Dress
Goods in every variety of styles, uleo, Goods for Gentlemen's
Spring and Summer Wear. Glovos, Etubroideiies.de.
Call at the "Old Corner."
March 18. Id. W. BONNEY.
IVOTICi;.
rI",LlE undersigned has located himself in Cainden,
J. and is prepared to do all business in h s lino,?
Brick Work, Plastering, Setting Grates ami Furnaces.
All orders executed with neatness and despatch. For,
reference apply to J. F. Sutherland. Residence at
R. B. Curtis'. JAMES LANG LEY.
April 1, 14 6t.
17HNE Black Frock Coats, also, Overcoats, and Boys
Clothing, just opened and for sale low at the
"tMH f!nrner? hv E. W. BONNEY.
v*** V
Auctioneer. *
'piFF subsetiber will attend to any business in tlio
I Auctioneering line. All orders left at tlio ofllco
of ill" Camden Journal will receive prompt attention.
March 1?tf. THOMAS J. CAUTHKN.
" lialtn of ;t Thousand Flowers."
0 much admired wherever it has been introduced
and used. A small lot just received at
March t?It. - J. K. Del I AY'S.
Particular Police.
OUR business will be conducted as heretofore?
for CASH, as wo deal in nothing but such articles
as commands rcadv cash.
Feb. 20?tf. M Kit ON FY & BOS WELL.
O OAP-STONK Giiddlcs, Coffee Biggins, Cako Pans.
O Nursery Lamps, Dish Covers, Pudding Moulds,
Dust Pans, Coal Carriers, Towel Stands, Vegetable
Sheets, Grid Irons, Ac.? for calo at tho "Old Corner"
by K. W. BONNET.
Dr. McLANE'S
CELEBRATED
VERMIFUGE
v LIVER PILLS.
Two of the best Preparations of the Age.
They are. not recommended
as Universal
Cure-alls, but simply for
whatf' their name pur
ports.
^'The Vermifuge, for
expelling Worms from
the human system, has
also been administered
. with the most satisfactory
results to various animals
subject to Worms.
The Liver Pills, for
the cure of Liver Complaint,
all Bilious Derangements,
Sick Head*
*
ache, &c.
Purchasers will please
be particular to ask for
rv. n a/t^t
JLSl * v>. IVl^jl/iillC b v>cicbrated
Vermifuge and
Liver Pills, prepared by
sole proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa., and take no'
other, as there are various
other. preparations now
before the public, purporting
to be Vermifuge11
and Liver Pills; All
others, in comparison
with Dr. McLane's, are
worthless.
The genuine McLane's
Vermifuge and Liver i
"Pills can now be had crt-'
all respectable Drug^
Stores.
FLEMING BRO'S,
60 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sole Proprietors.,
SCO.V1LL <fc MEAD. No. Ill, Cliai tress
Now Orh??iis, General Wholesal Agents fori!;
Southern States, to whoiiv ail orders must I
addressed. v
Sold bv T. J. WORKMAN, & CO., nn
F. L. ZEMIY Camden. S. C; Mar 1J.
THE CHEAP
nrJK-M JES j
DRY-GOODS AND GROCERY STO{E
THE subscribers have opened, one door nbovAM
William C. Workman, n FRESH STO0?O
New and Desirable Goods |
which thcr offer on the mqst reusonablo terra?i
low as the Fa mo qualities can ho purchased i? th
market.
Our Stock consists in part of
HOME spirit 8', TICKIiVOS,
W&dwi siBSSSHDStti
Crashed N. 0. and Coffee Sugars,
Kio, Java, and Cuba Coflfeo,
New Orleans and Cuba Molasses,
Bacon Sidcsjnud Hams, Salt. Act j
| Flour, Lard, Cheese, Fresh Pork, |
Corn, Peas of different kinds!
Soap, Starch, Candles, Maekeil,
I lard wa re, Crocke m
Tobacco, Segars, &c. j
Be sure to give us a call, as we take ploaiiro i
showing our Goods, whether wo make sales oiiot.
Feb, 19,?tf. W, CLYBUKN ICO.
BOYS' CLOTHING, Children's Fancysnitfof vit
styles and patterns, just opened at tfc "01
Corner" hy E. W. BONIFY.
Percussion (lips
OF superior quality. For sale by
T J. W <> I IK il A NV i CO^
NEW DRUG STORE T
rpiIE undersigned begs leave respectfully tot infor
X the friends and former patrons of her Ji?-thaw
that she has opened a Store one door below lis Ah'
SONIC- HALL, where will bo kept a fresh nntfvaric
assortment of articles in the line, which will b# addc
to as occasion may require, and asks a coiitinuinee i
the patronage bestowed upon her husband.
v?h R_?m J. E DbITAY.
Tin Cull*.
17011 Lamp Oil ami Burning Fluid, of vin'oug size
For sale by T. J. WOKKMAft & CO,
. ... .
CIvvi'liiudN Y?*aw| Powdf'X
PRESTON k M ERR ILL'S do., Durkieido.
A l'rcsli supply of the above artic^ just r
celved nod for sale by T. J. WOllKM lN <fc CO.
For f I to Lawyer*.
1]>ULED Declaration rarer. .Forsaint
V Till-: POST OFFTOK.
Accordeons! Aecordcous!
I11AVH just received a Hue- assortment ?f Frcr.t
Accordeons. also, a elegant n.SHi>rtmdnt of tin
German and French Cologne and Soap/*0 which
respectfully invite the attentiu i of my iijesdsnnd tli
public (generally. <' BOFKXfBH FN,
Nov. 3, One doOM&uiith Jaiu-s I ffepigue.
Fancy China Ware,
JUST received, an clegauf. assorting' ot Chin
Ware, consisting <>f
ltieh Gilt China Cups and
Saucers, with and without moid*5
Fav.ey China Inkstands and 'Jiitrliboxes.
Rlegant Rich Gilt M?,cr Yu??->!
by C. BOFKIfMEN,
Nov. G, One door South James I. ffllepiguo
Gelatine.
COOFER'3 French, and Oonc'~ Fr*'1 and Jut
received by F. I- ZEMi\
?^ dk
J 'v
yt'
.-r .y : lua?WMHMgae???w?i?an
CARTER'S
siPAsntotn mziMSsi-,
The Great Purifier x)f the Blood!
THE BEST ALTERA TIVE KNO WNH
ftol a Particle of Mercury in it..
An Infallible Remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil, Rheumatism,
Obstinate Cutaneous Eruj tijns, Pimples or
Postules on the Face, Blotches, Boils, Ague and Fever,
Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald
Head, Englargement and 1'uin of the Bones and
Joints, Salt Rheum, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders,
Lumbago, Spinal Complaints, and all Diseases
arising from an injudicious use ot Mercury, iropru4*?dence
in life, or impurity of the Blood.
^"This great alterative medicine and Purifier of
'the-Blood is now used by thousands of grateful pa
tientsfrom all parte of the United States, who testify
dailv to the remarkable cures performed by the greatest
of all medicines. "Carter's Spanish Mixture."
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Erup
- tions on the Skin, Liver Diseases, Fever^Ulccrs,
Old Soros, Affections of the Kidneys,Diseases of the
Throat, Female Complaints, Pains and Aching of the
Bones and Joints, nre speedily put to flight by using
this great and inestimable remedy.
For all diseases of the Blood, nothing his yet been
iound to compare with it. It cleanses tte system of
all" impurities, acts gently and efficiently on the
, Liver and Kidneys, strengthens the Digestion, giveatoneto
the Stomach,makes th? skin clear and healthy,
and restores the Constitution, enfeebled by disease,
or broken down by the excesses of youth, to its pristine
vigor andutrength.
For the dtse.'SES of females it is peculiarly applicable.
and wherever it has become known is regularly
prescribed with the happiest effects. It invigorates
the weak and debilitated, and imparts elasticity to
J the worn out frame, clears the skin, and leaves the
pattest fresh and healthy; a single bottle of this
inestimable remedy is worth all the so colled Sarsa.%
parilla8 in existence.
The large number of certificates which we have
received from persons from all parts of the United
States, is the best evidence that there is no humbug
abdbt it. The press, hotel keepers, magistrates, physicians
and public men, well known to the community,
alii add their testimony to the wonderful effects of
? lb is GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Call on the Agent ar d get an Almanac, and read
the astonishing cures performed by CARTER'S
SPANISH MIXTURE, (is most cases whetie every
miso else had stosally failed) The limits of an
v. -advertisement will not a mit their full insertion,
"v. WM. S. BEERS it CO., Proprietors,
No. 304 Brondway, New York.
To wliom'all orders must be addressed.
For sale by Druggists and Country Merchants in
, all par s of theUnitcd State? and the Cuadas, and
\ by 4
RICE A THOMPSON, SumfeTvllle.
I'.OATWRIGHT A BARKULOO, Columbia.
F. L. ZEMP, and T.J. WORKMAN, A CO., Cam
den. April 1,?1)
Late Arrival of New Books
AT A YOUNG'S BOOK STOKE. *
EOSK Clark, by Fanny Fern,
Nellie rf Truro, by "the Author of Vara.
Wicldow Rcdoit Papers, Elm Troe Tales,
Good Times Coining, by T. S. Arthur,
Geoffrey More ton, The Home Garter, by Mrs. Mary
G. Clarke, %
^ AbbottsNapoleon in Sfe Helena, ?
Footo's Sketches in Vinrinia. 2d scrips
K* The moral and Intellectual diversity ofF.aces, bite
Ilotr'
Philadelphia Housewife,
, . Mrs. Hale's new* Household Receipt Book,
A Hunter's Life among Lions, Elephants, Ac.
Also, a variety of fine .editions of books for pre~
sents, in new styles of binding. Call and examine,
SCHEDULE.
JIail and Paiseugcr Trains.
J; SOUTII CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY.
? mmmmmtSSk
18 Leave Camden 4.30 a. m.
Leave Boykin's, 5.2 a. rn.; Claremont, 5.40, a. m.
Leave Middleton, 6.5 a. m; Manchester Junction,
6.12 a. m.
Leave Clark-son's, 6.30, a. m.
Arrive at KingsvilleG.46, a. m
9 Leave Kingsville 5.45, p. m.; Clarkson's, 6. p. m.
Leave Manchester June. 6 30, p. m.
Leave-Middleton, G.40 p. in.
Leave Claremont 6 55; p m.; Boykin's, 7.40 p. m
Arrive at Camden 8 15 p. m.
MID-DAY TIIAIN.
Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday,
down. i up.
Leave Camden, 1.30 p. m. | Leave Kingsville, 8 a. m.
Leave Boykin's, 2.10 p- iri Leave Clarkson's 8.15 "
Leave Claremont 2.48 * Leave Manchester .TuneLeave
Middleton 3-15 " tion 8.45 a. m.
[n Leave Manchester June- Leave Claremont 9.10 "
tion 3.28, p. tn. Leave Boykin's 9.50 "
Leave Clarkson's 3.45 Arrivo at Camden, 10.30
_ Arrive at Kingsvill 4, u
w J.cave Ctiartcston jo n. m.
Id Arrive at Kingsvillc 4 30 p. m; Columb'n G.10 p.
n?; Camden 8 15 p. 111.
Leave Charleston 10.10 p. in.
Arrive at Kingsvillc G.30 a. in.; Columbia 8.40 a.
in.
Leave Columbia C a. ni.and 3.45 p. in.
Leave Kingsvillc 8n.ni. and 6 p. m.
Arrive at Charleston 2.10 p. m. and 4 a. m.
in j Leave Charleston 7 a. in. and 4.15 p.m.
d. | Arrive;it Augusta 3 p. ni. nod 4.30 a. m.
V- Leave Augusta 9.30 a. m. and 10 p. m.
id Arrive at Charleston 5 p. m. and 8 a. ,ra.
id Leave Augusta 9.30 a. in. and 10 p. m.
uf! Arrive at Kingsvillc 4 30 p. ni. and C.30 a. in.
Leave Kii gsejlle 8 a. m. and G p m.
At live at Augusta 3 p. in. and 4.30 a. m.
Nov. 20.* HENRY T PEAKE, Gcnl. Supt.
OX consignment at the "Old Corner," a lot of
prime Bacon Sides and Ilams.?for sale cheap,
'and for cash ovly. E. W. BONNEY.
J A PI US' Wonted Bresn Gocds, also, fine Bed
J Blankets, Carpets and Rugs, for sale at reduced
_ prices at tho .' Old Corner" by E. W. BoNNKY
i AD IKS' superior Dark Kid Gloves, assorted size.-;
-J Flannels in a great variety of colors, just opened
_ j ut the "Old Cornt r."
Jan. 29. E. W. BONNEY.
,o Preparations for the Hajp. *
M 1 JIIAKON'S Hi ir Invigorator, Lyon's Kathairon,
10 j JL Harry's Tricophcrous. Jnyno's Hair Tonic*, HowI
land's ijcuuine Maciiswtr Oil, Ox Marrow Pomade, Hoso
Hair Oil, Hears Oil, iiau Luslral. Sold Lv
F. L ZEMP.
a lSri<'k for Sale.
nPltK subscriber is prepared to furnish HHICK at $3
I per Thousand ,casli ,011 dolivcrv.
Jan. 8?ti. J. KfrSfJTHKRl.ANP.
9' Cleveland's
ORIGINAL Prize Modal Cologno Valor in Tint
Bottles; Prentiss' Toilet Powder. Gowland's
Lotion; Knlhairon. T rinplicrous. Kau Lustra 1 Ac., Ac J
,t Just rocoived at J. K. DeIIA.Y'6.
Feb. 13. I
Anew and singularly successful remedy for the
cure of all 'Bilious diseases ? Costiveness, Indigestion,
Jaundice, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fevers,
Gout, Humors, Nervousness, Irritability, Inflamraa
tions, Headache, Pains in the Breast, Side, Back,
and Limbs, Female Complaints, &c. &c. Indeed,
very few are the diseases in which a Purgative Medi- ,
cine is not more or less required, and much sickness
and suffering might be prevented, if a harmless
but effectual Cathartic were more freely used.
No person can feel well while a costive habit of
body prevails; besides, it soon generates serious and
oftini fatal diseases, which might have been avoided
bv the timely and judicious use of a good purgative.
This is alike true of Colds, Feverish symptoms, and
Bilious derangements. They all tend to become or
produce the deep seated and formidable distempers
which load the hearses all over the land. Hence a
j reliable family physic is of the first importance to
the public health, and this Pill has been perfected
wmi consummate skiii iu meet iu?ii uciuuiu. xiu
extensive trial of its virtues by Physicians, Professors,
and Patients, has shown results surpassing
any thing hitherto known of any medicine. Cures
have been effected beyond belief, were they not substantiated
by persons of such exalted position and
character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth.
Among the many eminent gentlemen who have
testified in favor of these Pills, we may mention:
Prof. J. M. Locke, Analytical Chemist, of Cincinnati,
whose high professional character is endorsed
by
John McLean, Judge of the Supreme Court of
the United States.
Thos. Corwin, Secretary of the Treasury.
Hon. J. M. Wright, Governor of Indiana.
N. Longworth, great winegrower of the West.
Also, Dr. J. R. Chilton, Practical Chemist, of
New York City, endorsed by
Hon. W. L. Marcy, Secretary of State.
\Vm. B. Astor, the richest man in America.
S. Lbland & Co., Propr's of the Metropolitan
Hotel, and many others.
Did space permit, we could give many hundred
certificates, from all parts where the Pills have
been used, but evidence even more convincing than
the experience of eminent public men is found in
their effects upon triaL v
These Pills, the result of long investigation and
study, arc offered to the public as the best and
most complete which the present state of medical
science can afford. They are compounded not of
the drugs themselves, but of the medicinal virtues
only of Vegetable remedies, extracted by chemical
process in a state of purity, and combined together
in such a manner as to insure the b$st results. This
system of composition for medicines has been found
in the Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a
more efficient remedy than had hitherto been ob- r
tained by any process. The reason is perfectly obvious.
While by the old mode of composition, every
medicine is burdened with more or less of acrimonious
and injurious qualities, by this each individual
virtue only that is desired for the curative
effect is present All the inert and obnoxious qnal
* 1 1 j ai 1
ltics oi eacn suosiuncc empiujrcu uju icit uvuiuu, mic
curative virtues only being retained. Hence it is r
self-evident the effects should prove, as they have
proved, more purely remedial, and the Pills a surer,
more powerful antidote to disease than any other 11
medicine known to the world.
As it is frequently, expedient that my medicine
should be taken under the counsel of an attending
Physician, and as he could not properly judge of a r
remedy without knowing its composition, I have
supplied the accurate Formulae by which both my
Pectoral and Pills are made to the whole body of *
Practitioners in the United States and British Amer- v
ican Provinces. If, however, there should be any d
one who has not received them, they will be
promptly forwarded by mail to his request.
Of all the Patent Medicines that are offered, how
few would be taken if their composition was known!
Their life consists in their mystery. I have no
mysteries.
The composition of my preparations is laid open
to all men, and all who arc competent to judge on I
the subject freely acknowledge tneir convictions of "
their intrinsic merits. The Cherry Pectoral was t
pronounced by scientific men to be a wonderful ]<
medicine before its effects-acre known. Many cm(
Inert Phyi-Mans hare declired the same Cling of
my Pills, and even more confidently, and aro will- P
tng to certify that their anticipation* were more
tb:in realized by their effects upon trial.
They operate by their powerful influence on the p]
internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it ,
into healthy action ? remove the obstructions of
the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the ni
body, restoring their irregular action to health, and 3
by correcting, wherever they exist, such derange- ci
mcnts as arc the first origin of disease. H
Being sugar-wrapped, tney are pleasant to take, ?.
and being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from c
their use in ativ quantity.
For'minute directions, see wrapper on the Box. w
prel'aked BY 01
DR. JAMES C. AYER, t
Practical and Analytical Chemist, ot
LOWELL, MASS. ?
Price 26 Cente per Box. Five Boxes for $L
SOLD BY 11
T J. WORKMAN, 4. CO, Camden.
AMERICAN HOTEL.
I^HE friends of this establishment, and the public al V
. large, nro respectfully informed that this HOTEL" tu
will be continued and" kept open for the reception of jn
**ll virlvA mn?? f.irtl rllenAonrl ta rtniuAnioo if
uii tiiu uihj ivvi w|rj;uovu jmn vuicv ii>
. The services of Mr. JAMES L. BEARD, long fa- jn
vorably known in connexion with the Hotel, have
been secured. ?
A continuation of the pattonage heretofore given,
is respectfully solicited. ?
No pains will bo spared to give satisfaction. j
The Culinary department will be supplied'with the ,
selection of the market,
Gentlemen with their families visiting or passing
through Columbia can be furnished with unsurpassed an
accommodations; tho location being central, retired ?'
and convenient to pleasure and business. 01
Mr. JOHN A. SHIELL, will continue his location 33
at tho Stables in rear of the Hotel; his Omnibus and or
Carriage line will be in readiness at the different Depots
and at the Hotel at all necessary hours, to convey
passengers to and from the establishment
Guests desiring Carriages can have them at any 'I
hour. W. BOLLINGER, J
* Jan. 22?tf. Proprietor. oil
CO
"Vf EGRO CLOTHS of every description, justopened an
it Also, Negro Shoes and Blankets, for sale low at
the "Old Corner." E. W. BONNEY. ?n
in
CtOOPER'S ISING-GLASS, Almonds, Yeast Pow ?
/ ders, Extracts, Candles, Soaps, Ac., for sale at th i
"Old Corner," at the lowest prices.
Oct. 10 E. W BONNEY. r
-f - ?
LADIES' Brown and Drab cloths for Talmas and
Cloaks, just opened at the "Olji Corner" by r
Oct. 31?tr. - E. W. BONNEY. ^
SUGAR HOUSE SYRUP, Lemons, Roso Water,
and Cheese, just received at the "Old Corner." wt
Dee. 11. K. W. BONNEY. ~~
AONE-ilORSK Wagon?also, a Carriage Harness
for side at the " Old Corner" by p
Oct. 23. E. W. BONNEY. jj;
FRESH Raisins, Currants, Almonds, Mnccaroni, _
Cheese, Ac, just opened at tho " Old Corner."
Nov. 27, E. W. BONNEY. j
The Subscriber
no
(CONTINUES to keep an assortment of Fisk's Me>
tallic Burial Cases. The late improvement in
their form, and the handsome style in which they ore S
finished?imitating rosewood?render them the most
complete article ever ottered to tho public.
An Invoice of Burial Clothing,which will be disposed
of in Suits or Single Articles, without eases, if desired. T
.May 1 C. L. CHATTICN. j >
("TAIU'KT Dags, Floor Cloths, Crumb Cloths, Ac sei
J just received at " the Old Coruer." nei
Sept It)?11'. li. W. BONNEV. up
Vallet's Mange Ointment, dm
be!
A \7 ABB ANTED to euro the mango in animals. jn
* t Just received and for sale by an(
Nov 6, T. J. WORKMAN A CO. wi|
CLOCKS?Warranted- (
TUI11 IS JIONEY. _
A IT NIC assortment of CLOCKS from $1.50 up to \
$12.00, for sale by C. BOFENSCHEN, JL*
Nov 6. One door Scnth Janses I. Villepigw. CV
,r\ig
' . > I-""-- -)
NEW STORE. I
MKRONEY & BOSWELL, have opened at tie
corner of Broad and Rutledge. streets, in the
Store recently occupied by Major K. S. Moffat, a v
choice aasortment of FRESH HEAVY AST? FANCY
GROCERIES, to which they invite the attention of
purchasers : in part as follows?
Heavy Groceries. A
N.O. and P. R. SUGARS. ' |
Crushed, Pulverized and Stuart's Loaf do. t
Rio. Java, and Cuba Coffee.
New Orleans and Cuba Molasses. . V .
Salt, Leaf Lard.
bacon Sides, Canvass liams. .
North Carolina Flour.
Goshen and English Dairy Cheese.
Soap, Starch, Cleansing Soap.
Sperm and Adamantine Candles.
Nos. 1,2 and 3 Mackerel.
Fancy Groceries.
Quarter Boxes RAISINS. , L*
Half and whole do.
Almonds, Figs and Assorted CAadies. > J
Ginger and Chow-Chow Preserves.
Sardines and Preserved Salmen. * jj
Cove Oysters, Preserved Lobsters i
Lemon Syrup. . jj
Walnut and Tomato Catsup. * *; . <1
Capers, Olives, Pickles,
Pepper Sauce. . \
Preserved Pine Apple. - .
Brandy Peaches, do. Cherries. *v '
Tobacco and Cigars I
Gold Leaf and Rio Hondo Cigars, k
Palmetto, El Ensaya and La Palm* do.
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco. j - * . r
Penn A Ayers super do. } . ' S i >
Superfine Cowing Tobacco. i ' '/
Common do. do. , 4,
Wines and Liqnon.
Rectified Whiskey. \
Old Rye Hammond do. \ . t
Old Bourbon doNew
England Rum. \
London Dock Brandy. V ?
Otard, Dupuy & Co.'s do, *
Goddard's Brandy
St Julien Medoc Claret,
Old Madeira.
Old Port Wins.
Old Malaga do.
tteiasictc wine.
Byass' London Porter.
Byass' London Ale, ? v - . : '
White Wine Vinegar.
A General Assortment of FRUITS.
With a variety of other articles too numerous to,
nention, which will-bo sold exceedingly low for
lash, by MERONEY k BOSWELL.
April -4 - tt
SCOTT'S ~~~
LITTLE GLAKT CORN AND COB MILL.
rHE subscriber is prepared to furnish the different
sizes, and will guarantee them tojjrind 10,16, ,
nd 20 bushels per hour. For sale forJffSh.
May 15,?tf. W. D. JT JJOWALL.
Tailoring.
I^HE undersigned begs leave to inform his friends
. and former customers, that he has resumed the
'hiloring Business, and will execute all orders for
rork iu the most workman like manner and at re*'
uced prices for cash?or on call.
April 17?12 P. ROBENgpN.
T~j7WORKMAN&rcaJ
Wholesale and Retail Dragglst*,
' CAMDEN, S. C. f
?VFFER for sale, for cash, or on approved credit a "?
<./ lowest market prices, a larfeand well-selec
ed assortment of East India, Mediterraktan and
icrol'ean ^
DRUGS
'REXCH, ENGLISH, aodSmucA^TBtiliCALS^or
ALL KINDS,
Patent Medicines, Thompsonian Medicines,Shakers ~ ^
[erbs snd Roots, Saratoga .Wateij Wines and Branies,
Surgical Instruments, Trusses, Paints, Oils, Varis'jes,
Paiut Brushes, Dye-stuffs, Lamps, Lamp Oils,
urning Fluid and Camphene, Druggists'and Physi- <
ans' Glass-ware and Labels, Window Glass, Putty,
air(>Tooth, Nail and Flesh Brushes, Bronzes, Teas, 1
pices, and flavoring Extracts, Perfumery, Fancy
japs, Fancy Articles, Genuine Cod Liver Oil, together
ith every article comprising the stock .of a Druggist
Phvsioinn. Our stoolf is nf th? >w??L ??il
_ ? -? -j i ?"*?
ie best selected assortment ever offered to the pnb:.
Physicians, Country Merchants, Planters and all
hers can depend on their orders meeting prompt and
ireful attention, and upon accommodating terms.?
o extra charge for packing or ttansportation to tho J
ailroad Depot or any part of the tdwn. I
?3?" Physicians' Presriptions carefully compounded m
April 25. > 17 * ft m
Coii>t;intly on Hand, I
CEMENT, Calcined Pir^ of' Paris, for building JH
J purposes; Gypsam or x?and Plaster, for agricul
ral purposes, and Stone Lime, all of good quality and ; {
quantities to suit purchasers.
A very superior articleof "WhiteLime forwliitowash
g. C. L. CHATTEN. -f]
March 0. 20 tf
Removal- )
^HE Subscriber has removed from his former stand, i
L to the store recently occupied by Moore. A Knyndall,
where he keeps constantly cn hand, a general
sortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, "Wines? Brandies
d Liquors. A good article of Car.djpd Citron with
?ny Fancy Groceries, and every article usually
ind in a general variety. All of which will be sold f*
low as they can be bought for elsewhere for cash,
to those customers who pay their bills promptly? !
March 27 J.CHARLESWORTIL
. . . ?i * \
TIN MANUFACTORY.
"MI E subscriber is or-^aged in the TINNING BUSI_
NESS iu all its blanches, and keeps constantly
hand a general variety of such articles as are in
nstant use, mado by himself of tlie best material
d in the best manner.
ROOFING and GUTTERING done with despatch
d warranted. Old Rags, Brass and Copper taken
excnange lor worir n. jAnnuw, a
Sept. 4,?tf. Agent. fl
A. Ill* 4c It. Kennedy iJj
I AYE received and offer for sale a full assortment
of Ready Made Clothing, consisting of Coats, f B
jsts, Pants, ', / : a
BOYS' CLOTHING. |
alsand Tests, Under Shirts, Drawers, { Ilose, Ties, fl
a vats, Ac, I
Dress Shirts, of superior quality, made to order and I
irranted to lit. - Oct 24 jfl
Domestics* I /
) ED and white Flannels. Linseys, Ticks, Sheetings* jB
1 all width's, Bod and Crib Blankets, Long Cloths,
5wn and bleached Shirtings, &e. For sale low, by
Sept 27. A. M. & R. KENNEDY.
Gin Bands. BB
NDIA RU3BHR, 2 to 7 inches wide, threo and jB
four ply, which are superior to leather, and will B
t stretch, also Lace Leather, for sale bv B
July 10. ?tf. W. D. McDOWALL. fl
outli Carolina?Kershaw District* ? H
IN THE COMMON PLEAS. 9
Henrys, Smith & Townsend vs. Enoch Tryon, fl
Attachment. ^|J[
X 7" 11K It K AS, the Plaintiff did on the twenty sec*
7 end day of August, A D. 1855, file hisdeclara- .
n against the Defendant, who (as it is said) is ab- fJ^Bj
it from and without the limits of this State, and has it^Bl
ither wife nor attorney known within the same,
on wjiom a copy of the said declaration might bo IjHB
ved. it ia therefore, ordered that the said Defcn* A M
ot dtfappear and plead to the said Declaration on or BH
fore the twenty-third day of August, which will bo HB
tho year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
I fifty-six, otherwise final and absolute judgment |
II then bo given* and awarded against him. BW
M. NAUD1N, C. C. P. & G. S. 9b
Slerk's Ofiiee, Korshaw District,
August 22, 1:65. Aug. 27. :
f?W Bacon Sides and Lard. Also, Mercer Pots.' .2'jnH
toes, for Planting, just received at the "Old gjflBfl
rnfr" by K. VT. BOHNKT. - jflW
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