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WHAT MAKES A WOMAN. Thoughts suggested on reading the Lines (( In lit tin Not costly dress nor qucenly'air, Not jewelled hand, complexion fair, Not graceful form nor'lofty "tread, Nor paint, nor curls, nor splendid head, Nor pearly'teeth nor sparkling eyes, Nor voice that nightingules'outvics. Not breath as sweet as eglantine, Not gaudy gems nor fabrics'fine, Not ;al!.the stores of fas.iionVmart, Nor yet the blandishments of art, Not one, nor all of these combined, Can make one woman true, refined. 'Tis not the casket'lhat we prize, But tnat which in the casket lies, These outward charms that please the sight, Are naught unless the heart be right. She, to fulfill her destined end, Must*'with her beauty goodness blend, Must make it her incessant care To deck herself with jewels rare, Of priceless gems must be" possessed, In robes of richest beauty dressed, Yet these must clothe the inward mind, In purity the most refined. She who doth all these goods combine Can man's rough nature well refine, Hath all she needs in this frail life To_fit_for mother, sister, wife, He who possesses such a friend, Should cherish weH'tile death doth end. & -t. . I | J I. _ woman, in nne, uie maic snouiu uc, To sail with man o'er life's rough sea, And, when the stormy cruise is o'er, Attend him-to fair Canaan's shore. Tgriculture. Why Farmers should be Thoroughly Organized.?The following we extaact from a very ablo address delivered before the Mincsota Agricultural Society at the State Fair, September 30, 1868, by Col D. A. Roberson, of S?. Paul, Minnesota: With the exception of husbandry, every money-making interest in this our age of money, is thoroughly organized, and ever ready for aggressive or defensive action, as the occasion may require ntfltAifiAK ?n Inmolnhwrr% Rolla in Knorrla HUClllU 111 IV^I^IUUIV IlUllOy IU WVUIUO of direction, or the market place. Our farmers are the most important working population of the country and produce three-fourths of its productive wealth. Out of their toil and products are directly or indirectly obtained most of the taxes, and yet they arc at the mercy of all other interests. A projected measure that would transfer millions from the profits of agriculture into other's hands may be resolved upon by half a dozen wealthy gentlemen of elegant enterprise, seated in a private parlor or around aboard of direction, without exoiting any more concern among our farmers than if the s abject matter rclateed to China or Japan. The reason is, our farming population weie cut up into isolated fragments, and are beaten in detail, in politics and in everything else. Such facts as have been adduced show the importance and necessity of organized societies of farmers, and like new order, the Patrons of Husbandry, with frequent meetings and wide extended liberality, for collecting and d'ssemir.a *nrp Trnlnotiln inCirmolinn nnft fnr mn. b tual instruction and defence. Unlike the rural peasantry of Europe, our farown the land they cultivate. They arc capitalists, freeholders, citizens and rulers of the State and nation. They are, or ought to be, men of thought, readiug and useful knowledge, as of manual work. All other interests arc armed and eonstantlyon a war footing. Among the powerful nations of Europe, when one arms, all must arm. So it is in all communities. When every interest is cared for, when every interest is prepared for defenee, all are cared for. Then there is justice, equity, peace and prosperity for all. Droughts ?As the rain descends, it is gradually conveyed by the leaves of trees to the dense undergrowth of shrubs, and carpet of dead leaves, and below this it encounters a layer of ve getatble mold, which absorbs the water like sponge, By these, aided by the roots of trees, the moisture is transferred to the depths of the earth, and a reservoir of springs is thus found, which keeps up a perennial supply of water to the lower land. But rain falling on the bare surface of cleared lands runs off at once by the nearest water-courses, and none is retained to keep up the flow during the dry season. Besides which. evaDOiation is bo much more abundant from a surface exposed to the sun, than from land screened by a clothing of forest, and the flow of surface water tends to sweep away the clothing of soil and render a district utterly barren. There is no doubt that this is one of the main causes, ia hilly countries, of droughts aud floods. In France, for instance, since the mountains of A: vcrgnc and Forey have been so dem ded of forests, the Loire has been coi stantly flooded, occasioning vast d struction of property The same eaus in Algeria, lias caused frequent drough and- the French Government have lat ly been considering the proposition < some scientific men to replant the; districts with trees.?Dr. Bidie. A Receipt to Cure Ringbones i i Horses.?Toko one Dint of tanner r oil, half a pint of spirits of lurpentiin two ounces of verdigris previously di solved in half a pint of vinegar, and tw ! ounces oil of spike. Mix thetu ull wc together, and once in two days annoir the ringbone with a pporpeful of tl. compound, and bathe it well in with hot iron, or a pan of coals, twelve or 1 minutes, as hot as the horse will bca it. Thus continue until the ringbm is sufficiently eaten away ; after whicl rub it over occasionally with niutto I tallow until well. This cures in a fc months. Warming will not be nccei sary in warm weather. T HT W 1_ Wf Latest i\ie,w i orK wews LADIES LOOK OUT! 1 LOOK OUT!! LOOKOUT!! LOOKOUT!! "Beautifies the Complexion.'' "Gives n Rosy Glow to the Cheeks." "Removes all Blotches and Freckles." "The Best in the World." " COSTAR'S" BEAUTIFIER. THE BITTER SWEET AND ORANGE BLOSSOM! &CrOnc Bottic, $1 00?Three for 82 00. 1000 Bottles sold in one dny in N. Y. Cit] All Druggists in Camden sell it. "COSTAR'S" Standard Preparaiiors ARE Costar's Rat, Roach, &c., Kxtcrminatori Costar's Bed Bug Kxtermin:.tors Costars's (only pure) Insect Powder. "Only in'alliblc Remedies known. "18 years established it: New York. "2,000 Boxes and Flasks monufactureddailj "Beware of spurious imitations. "All Druggists in Camden sell them." Address "COSTAR. 10 Crosby St., N Y., Or. JOHN F. HENRY. Successor to DEMAS BARNES &. Co., 21 Park Row, N. Y. cot n nv HODGSON & DUNLAP CAMDEN, S. C. April 1. ' ly SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $5,000,000. PRESENT LIMIT, $500,000. THE Office of this Company is now opene at No. J9 Broad Street (South-Wester Railroad Bank) for the receipt of Deposit! Discount of Paper. Purchase and Mile of Ex change, and the transaction oi a Gcnert Banking Business. Interest allowed on Deposits upon term established by t! e Board of Directors. The Company is nlso a legal depository ft moneys paid into the-Court, will receive Rt gistry and transfer Books, act as agent to pa Coupons and Dividends, and as Trustee i Railroad Moitgagcs. DIRECTORS. W. C. Bee, of Win. (.'. Pee, & Co.; A. fc Johnston, of Johnston, Crews Co.: Rbbei Mure,of Robert Mure & Co.; W. B. William of W. LI. Williams & Son ; E. H. Frost, < j Frost & Adger; J. E. Adger. of J. E. Adgt and Co.; Henry Gourdin, of Gourdin, Mat thiesscn and Co.; George L- Buist, of Buii ' and Buist: C. G. Mentminger, of Memntinge ! Jervey and Pinckncy: T.J. Kerr, ofT. . | Kerr and Co.: J. D Aiken of J. D. Aiken an Co.: John Catnpsen.ol Cantpsen and Co.: A ! P. Culd-.vell. of R. and A. P. Caldwell: W. h Ryan, J. T. Welsman, D. O'Neill, J. J Gregg, Graniteville, S. G. For further information nddress GEO. S. CAMERON, President. Til OS. R. WARING, Cashier. Charleston, S. C., March 12, 18611, March 25. 3m. W. CCOURTNET, & C0~ FACTORS AND GOHOII2SION MERCHANT? No. 9, Boyce's Wharf, CHARLESTON, S. C. W. C. COURTNEY. ROn'T MURDOCH. JAS. 8. MURDOCH. 310BT. MURE & CO COMMISSION merchants; CHARLESTON,\ S. C AGENTS CHARLESTON AND LIVER POOL STEAMSHIP LI^E. Advances made on shipments of Cotton r??.,.i v?i c. r????.i n? uivu uiiu imtai kjiuica iu 1 uicigu auu l/u mcstic Ports. Notie. ALL persons indebted to or hayinj claims against the estate of John Brown deceased,are henby requested toprescn the same properly attested, on or befbn the 20th day of Pccembcr, A. D. 18G9 D. P. BUSH, Adui'r April 1, 8m " Hides, Hides, j t &c. &c.1 e HIGHEIST market price paid CA&H ' for GREEN and DRY HIRES; lor FURS, e" CLEAN RAGS, of OLD PAPER, se ROOKS, WOOL, WAX, TALLOW, IRON, METALS, &c.r n at F. GOSS' u. DEALER IN : PROVISIONS, II I1KAVY ANI) FANOf I QROCTCRIES. SHOKS, BOOTS, r Hardware, &c., &c. ie urivrn l fAITATlfl ilin AIF lf WIi\L5, Liyiuiw HUD l\hti ri of all kinds and best qualities, * IN ANY QUANTITY. > Workman's Building, Broad-Street, CAMDEN, S. C. * = April 29. tf , SPRING GOODS. I have just returned from the markets, and am now receiving a WELL SELECTED STOCK OF , SUITED TO THE SEA SON, To which I invite the attention of the public. Prices Satisfactory. TERMS CASH. ; ; R. M. KENNEDY. , April 15. tf t. ( Dvn o?e "Hrn o*a JU1 Ug mMmTJ. U.g w* " I 1 3 F. J. COLLIER & CO , 1 DRUGGISTS AND ArOTHECARiE broad street, camden5s. c. "We keep constantly on band a complete assortment of FUSE AND FRESH I Drugs, TVTprii nines. n | Chemicals, i Patent Medicires, is I ? Paints, Oil^ y : ? Varnishes, . Dye-Stuffs, j I - Lamps, ; Putty, &c. &a ' Which will be sold CIIEAP FOR L CASH. ' They respectfully solicit a continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore ( extended to theni. March 18. tf The Thorough Bred Stailion BREAlvSPEAR WILL be let to Mar. 8 until the first of June next, at the MULBERH Hir 1 a A? .1 Mil ' iu pianiauon, inrco nines oeiow uaruden. BREAKSPEAR is out of Effie Dean by tho celebrated thorough bred horse Charley Bald. Effie Dean was got by imported .Monarch out of Kate Seaton, two of the favorite horses of the late Col. Hampton. ? TERMS?Ten Dollars in advance in J all cases. One Dollar to the Groom, and no insurance in any case. M. NELSON. April 15. 7t. ^ o : LEITNER& DUNLAP, i ir rr n i) v e 1/ (! i rr i i nr - /liiununia 1 i LA H, AND ? SOLICITORS IN EQUITY. , WILL practice in the Courts of Kcr- , t shaw, Sumter, Lancaster and Richland I b Districts. t Offic-?Broad-st., Camden, S. C. o Z. LKITNKE, J. D. PDNLAP I Feb. 11 6m. JAMES JOKES Dealer in PROVISION^ GROCERIES,LlQl'ORS, &c. &c. &c. OFFERS, at wholesale or retail, ai the lowest rates, for cash, Family and extra. Super. FLOUR, oi choice brands, Rift rift I? KM fn 1VI v WVi MM*) VWIIMHVMI %?/ w-i./tuv j Laguayra and Java COFFEE, Imperial and Oolong T10AS, SUGAR, of all grades, Prime Leaf L.aRP, BACON, U-mnsy Shoulders und Sides, CHEESE aud CKACKEUS, Superior MOLASSES, SNUFF, Scotch and Mucctrboy, NAILS, of all sizes, BI. CARB. SODA, CANDIES, assorted, NUTS and FRUITS, SHOT, of all sizes, Liverpool and Table SALT* White Wine and Cider VINEGAR, WHISKIES, BRANDIES, RUMS, and GINS, Together with a large assortment ol all other desirable articles in the ulove line. In addition to the above, I offer a large stock of STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS? NOTIONS, Gents. Furnishing Goods, &c. ALSO An extensive and varied assortment of HA RD WARE, Consisting in part, of HOES, of various sizes and qualities, AXES SPADES and SHOVELS, [RON, of all descriptions, PLOW STEEL, IK ACE CHAINS, HA31ES, &o. SADDLERY. SADDLES and 11RIDLES, COLLARS, SADDLERY HARDWARE, &c. &c. fhc attention of purcliasers is invited to thcjibove stock. No who one gives me i call shall go away dissatisfied. B?g"*The highest market prices paid for Cotton and other produce. JAMES JONES. Feb. 11. n D.r. KIRKLEY, DEALER IN GROCERIES, t filinnn T Irlii / ? wmcs, jjiquuio, CLUm CAMDEN, S. C., WOULD RESPECTFULLY INvite the attention of purchaser* to his Stock of GROCERIES, consisting ol Sugar, Coffee, Rami, Flour, Lard, Molasses, Salt, Soap, Starch, Candles, Matches, Pickles, Sardines, Oyster?, Crackers. Candies. Cigars, &c.; and litany other articles too tedious to mention. He also has on band a well selected stock of LIQUORS, Consisting of Corn, Rye and Bourbon Whi-kics, Rum, Gin and Braudy; ilso Ale and Soda Water. He also has a FIRST CLASS BAR ROOM, where customers can be furnished with almost any drink they may call for. I>. C. KIRKLEY. April 25LNewburgh Ale KEPT ON DRAUGHT BY 1>. C. KIRKLEY. Corn. A LOT OF GOOD COUNTRY CORN, lor sale by & C. KIRKLEY. Fresh Arrivals. I HAVE JUST RECEIVED i new stock of toods, Suitaolc for the season, DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, HATS, SHOES SADDLERY, &c. &c. &c.. &c. iVhich will be sold at the lowest prices or CASH. I solicit, a call from my ild customers. A. M. KENNEDY. Dec 17 tf Notice. ALL persons indebted to or having claims against tlic Kstntc of S. H 1USII, deceased, are hereby requested o present the same properly attested, n or before the 20th day of NovemL D., 1869. J.J. RUSH, AJm'r. I BUY 1 YOUR ' Family Supplies r AT TIiE CHEAP GROCERY AND Provision ^tore of JAMES JONES, BROAD-STREET, CAMDEN. 8. C. March 25. . I I\E ItllAVDY A FEW p. I Ion- FINK OLI? HENESSY BRANDY, lor mcdicin;. purposes For sale by JAMES JONEc. March 25 if. ALE AND PORTEIL Younger's India Pale ALE, " " Siout Porter, For sale by JAMES JONES. *r r. o& ,< i*iniuii wts. n. LEATHER. SOLE and UPPER LKATIiKU. F r s.ii.- by JAMES JONES priJ 22. tf REMOVAL brgceriesTprovijqmsj THE subscriber boring re v?-<l bis S ore to Hi stand next above the Market, nnd added Tirgtly to bis stock, is ?ow offering to the public a CHOICE SELECTION OF FAMILY AXD F.YXCY GROCERIES, o which ire respectfully invites the attention purefiflPciK. Thankful for the libcraJ patronage hereto fore eXfc hdhl to him, he promises to use every effort to sec ire its continuance, nssu sinp the public inai every mm* ne micrs rliall be of the best quality, and bis prices as asonahlc as possible. Terms Cash. C. NOELK N. Janary 21. Lhoes! iiho<-s THE subscriber has on hnnd a good stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's SHOES, which lie is selling at very Tow prices He is "ratified to know that, his Shoes 1 have given satisfaction to al! who have purchased of him. i Tcruis, Cash C. NO EL KIN. .January 21. tf BOjTS AND SHOES' LADIES, and Gentlemen's BOOTS and SHOES, of all qualities, and of superior make and finish. For sale luw, by Feb 11. tf Corn! Corn!! THE subscriber has on hand, and will k?of.. during the summer, a supply of CORN, which he will sell at a suia I idvsiiKT on cost JAMES JONES. Feb. 11. tf ROSADALIS, Purifies the Blued. For sale by Urueaistd eyerywhere LUMBER. TIIE undersigned having leased, removed, fitted up and put in running order, the Steam Saw Mill formerly owned by Sutherland & Lemmond. tire prepared to furnish PINE LUMBER nf every description in any quaiitity at short notice, on moderate terms for cash or any dsccription of country produce. The Mill is located on Little Pine Tree Creek, four miles from Camden, ! ? intMc? fiiu> h'niKop iPlfll n lfAA/1 road leading to it Orders left with Messrs Bums and Boswell, or at the Journal office in Cauiden, will receive prompt attention. SHEORN & CROWELL. December 31. tf THELAST\OTICE. ALL persons indebted to McDonald & Mc('urry by Note or Account are respectfully requested to call at once and make payment, or satisfactory arrangements or they will be compelled ? to put their claims in the hunds of oth- I ers for collection. < Mcdonald & moCURRY. March 2o. tf. 1 ??a a???mm NEW STORE, The undersigned having formed a copartnership for carrying oh a General Business, in Camden, respectfully inform the citi' zona of the town and surroun 'iug coun.try that they have token tho4atand formerly occupied by Messrs. C. Matbeson k Co., where they are now .receivn,tr a WE LI j SELECTED STOCK. yroistiiig of * ury troods, Clothing-' HOOTS, SHOES, Groceries, Crockery, &C. &C, &C, The senior partner having (fone fctf' sinew in Catnden for * number ofyearW and having received a fair share of ptf' tronage, will endeavor to merit' tbef samofor the new ?rn>. VVITKOWSKY k HYAMS. Oct. 15. n, 1869. smMTwiOBS M'DONALD & M'CURRY Offer ro ?he Public a Choice Variety of Spring and Sumnrer Goods? , Embracing everything kept io a retail Store, which will be sold at the lowest figures for'Cash. They invite particular attention to the following specialities : LADIES' DRESS GOODS, 71 FANCY GOODS AND TRIMMINGS, BOOTS AND SHOffS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, AND UJL.A>SW A UHi. READY MADE CLOTHING. AIso Gtiits' HATS of every description and ul prices t > suit aft. Feeling eatislicd that our Stock of Goods is equal to any other house, in prices and stylos, we r specifully invite old customers and friends to exaiuii e the same, and to bring along with themt all their neighbors and friends Mcdonald & mcCURRY. April 8. tf KKUS 11 AW?111 Equitj. John Th iiujisoii, C. L. Dye. Executors, 1 CiR to fell. vs 1 lands to pay D. D. T>sery k J" debts, &cd. R. Magill, Trustees, J IN pursuance of a deerctal order passed by Chancellor Johnson, lu aboT-ehkited case, It is ordered, that the cteditors of John . P. Kirklnnd, d-ceased, be enjoined and restrained from pursuing their actions at law against thecomplainants 0. L.-Dyc and Jtdit> 'I'L I ,L ir m - --! l i iiuuj|j~u?jj iu iiho uenuji. j ue Fain credit era arc hereby no'ificd to product ami establish iheir deuiar.ds stains tlie estiiu- of the paid Joint P. Kiik land, <1 teased, before ti e ('oniniis>H>i? er in Equity, at his office, en or before t ho first day of June nest, or be dcl-nr red from all bene.(it of said order. J l>. I>UNLAP, C. K. K. D. June 27. lymv KERSHAW?In Eatiilf. Huckabee & Jones, Ex'ors, ") vs. [ Bill. M. E Shaw, et. nl. *" j IN pursuance of an order passed in> above stated case, the Creditors of theestate of Joseph Mnrphy, deceased, arehereby notified to produce and cat?l> liah their dctuands before the Commiasioncr in Equity, at his Office, on or before the first day of June next, or bedebarred from alf benefit of said order J.D. DfJNLAP, 0. E. K. D. KERSHAW?In Equity. W. E. Johnson,. President, W D. McDowall, et. al. Directors cf the Bunk of CamcLo,, S. C. a*. ti.,.r n c r- r..r.? ir~.. a lie JJUII* vdiiiucir, u. \j | uuiua v IIVser & Co., J. H. Carson, ct. nR IT appearing t<*my satisfaction that JH. Carson, Robert Wilson, Mary Hanks, Ex'ix of L. B. Banks, J. ? T, OrccD, Amelia Haile, Ex'ix.. Edward Haile, T. E. Hailc, Columbus Haile, Ex'orxofB. Haile, sr., deceased, defendant in the above stated case, reside without the limits of this State, otv motion of J. B. Kershaw, complainants' Solicitor, it is ordered that they do? plead, answer or demur to the said Bill of Complaint within forty days, or decree pro coufesso will he entered againsfc them. C. SHIVER, Clerk. Clerk's Office, April 7, 1864* l^TEQUITY?Kershaw. J. D. Kirkpatrick, adm'r. vs. Jamew Chesnut, et aL Petition to marshal Assets. IN pursuance of an order in above stated cause, the creditors of John Chesnut. deceased, are hereby reauired to. present and prove their claims before' me, at the office of Leitner & Dunlap,. oo or before the first day of Ootober next, or be debarred from all benefit of the decree passed in above cause. J. D. DUNLAP, Special Master Feb. 4. td.