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11 SALEM WOOLENS^
I IIAYE now on hund, and daily expecting further supplies of brown, mixed and white TWILLED AND PLAIN SALEM KERSIES, V of different qualities. Planters wishing their mr?? n??i,iia(r. 11 VkVlli?iB||9 Can now be supplied at Manufacturer's prices. ALSO?OX HAND, A full assortment of BLA CK and ill. 'ED JEAKS, and will in a few days receive a variety cf these Goods in fancy colors, in qualities from fine to superfine. All of which will bo sold either wholesale or retail bv W. AXDKKSON. Camden, Aug. 10. 64 w3in m&mm 'mm, CAilIDE^i, s. c. THE subscriber would respectfully infl>rm his friends and the public generally, that the House he formerly occupied has been purchased for a private residence, and that lie has taken the Large and Commodious Hotel, one door north of the Couit House, fornicrl}' 1 kept by Mr. 13. P. Bom It is oue of the most Pleasant and Comfortable IIotels in the State, every Room having a fire-place, well ventilated and Ladies' Parlors "veil furnished. His TABLE shall compare favorably with anv in the Up-Country. The Servants will be found respectful and attentive. Ho would say to those who have patronized him, as well as to those who may hereafter do so, that every exertion by himself and lady, will bo used to render their stay with them comfortable and pleasant. Persons wishing a quiet abode during their stay in Camden, will do well to call, as there will be no Bar on the promises. Tlis Stables and Lots will bo attended by experienced and attentive Ostlers. ,T5g"An Omnibus will run regularly to and from the Depot. E. G. ROBINSON. C.UIDEX, October 22, 1332. 85 tf mmc TTTVTT'Prvn BT A TT7S "FTftTFT, JL 1 1 I'i UHA1 III/ <M.w* i CAMDEN, S. C., IS NOW open lor the accommodation of the Traveling Public. It is an excellent and commodious building, new and well fitted up, and lately put iu a state of complete repair?situated in a very desirable and healthy part of the town, on the corner of Broad and DeKalb Streets, and known as the House recently kept open by John Ingram, Esq. The Rooms are large, open, airy, and well furnished. The TABLE will be supplied with every thing that an excellent country market will afford, attended by tiro best servants. The STABLES are well attended by careful and experienced Ostlers; and well supplied with provender. There will be at all times, an Omnibus iu attendance to convey passengers to and front the depot. Tho subscriber having had several years experience in the above business, feels confident in saving that he will bo able to give general satisfaction to all who may tavor him with their patrouugc, as he is determined to | use every exertion on his part to please. Oct. 19?84tf THOMAS BOONE. ! ? ? o -..4i.r< i Ear J. no Uiiiinc^ioii ^/Uuricrj ocuui vut winuun, x/iuvn i River Watclnuan, Darlington Flag. Clieraw Gazette ! and Lancaster Ledger will insert three times and torward bills to the Hotel for payment WAfMM H08i5iif Late Planter's Hotel t'aituleu, S. C.) rrHE subscriber having purchased this extensive and X well known Establishment, and having added largely to its convenience and comfort, by a new addition of FURNITURE, and thorough and complete REPAIRS, begs leave to inform the public that ho is prepared to entertain all who may favor him with a sail in a manner hithorto unknown in the town of Camden. He deems it unnecessary to make any pledges, only o far as to say that his Table will bo supplid daily as WELL AS ANY IN THE STATE; attended by police and attentivo servants. His Stables will be bountifully supplied with Frovender, and attended by the VERY BESTIlostlors. J> No pains will be sp;ired to l?jep a quiet and orderly /louse. H. HOLLEYMAN. Cauidon, June 4, 1851. 45 tf "SaBLlasT 93 HO m, Darliiigtuu Court Mouse. rpiIE abovo House having been purchased and fitted L up anew by Joiix Doie.v, is again opened for the accommodation of the Public. Strict attention to the "wants and comforts of ins guests will be given, and no ellbrt, calculated to merit the patronage of all who may favor the establishment with a visit, shall bo spared. All that the market and surrounding country afl'ord 1 will be found upon the Table. - r.?? A._ r>?:i:-? I UOiniOrUlDie HOOI113, lur l' umuita U4 1UU11IUUUU, are prepared. The Stables will bo attended by careful and attentive) Hostlers. ^ROVERS can be well accommodated, as any number of Horses and Mules can be kept in the Stables and Lots expressly prepared for them. Nov. 1, 1850. 86 tf AMERICAN HQTEStj CORNER OP RICHARDSON AND BLANDING STREETS, COLUMBIA, S. C. BOATWRIGHT & JANl^EY, I \VM. D. HARRIS, PROPRIETORS. I ASSISTANT, anion's Omnibus will bo ready at the RailRoad stations to carry Passengers to this House, (or to auy point desired,) where they will fiud good accommodations and kind attention. December 3. 4 tf Cow Blades Sheep, Deer, Otter and COON SKINS, BEESWAX. TALLOW, WOOL, &c., and Country Produce of this kind purchased, for which the highest market cash prices will be paid, i f rtofKrar muon ii ftVnhniKfO 1?V \Jl UVIIVUVI 141 Vrtv?.^v, ..J JOHN P. BAUM, Sept 21. No. 286, King-st, Charleston. Columbia S. C. IikMiruiK e Company. f !"M1E uudersigned contiuues to act as Agents for tlio JL abovo Company, and are prepared to takeriskson i Buildings and Merchandize at customary rates. A. M. & II. KENNEDY. June 15th, 1852. 18 tf Oue to Four Dollars a AVindotv. BEFORE purchasing call aud examine the subscriber's assortment of Transparent WINDOW SHADES, which comprises many late aud handsome attems. C. L. C1IATTKN. I)ARJS-U1AD*: BOOTS.?A few pair, just received by WORKMAN A BOONE. Town Reftideuce for Sales subscriber otters for sale on liberal terms, bis X HOUSE AND l.OT'm Cumden. Persons wishing to purchase are requested to cull and examine the uromises. A great bargain will be given. " Sept. 10. E. W. BOKKEY. Drylioods, Groceries, Crockery &c, ^.i*; subscriber continues to keep on hand a com? pbte assortment of Domestic Dry Hoods, tirocerios, Crocker}*, .to., which lie will sell very low tor cash. His stoetc ol' Hrocferieu consists, in part, ol mi ;ar, ton'ec, fcait, li?cse, &<\ <Vc. Among his Dry Goods will be found a good article o pure Irish Linen, which he will warrant to he genuine, ami sell as cheap or cheapor than it can he bought iu this market. Purchasers would do well to give him a call. 1 Jan. a. J. CHAKLKSWORTH. itiik'siiik' unci Hope. T^HE subscriber has on hand a large supply of GUN JL NY and DUNDEE DA GGJNti. Also, best quality BALE HOPES. and three ply TWINE, which he rill sell at the lowest market price. Planters are incited to call and purchase. Sept 14. E. W. BONNET. aammmmaaesmmmmmamBmmmMMmm^KwmzmmwMmmmmamaa REEDER & DESAISSIRE, ADGER'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C. ARE prepared to devote their undivided attention to the interests of their friends in the sale of COTTON, RICE, and produce generally; and to filling their ORDERS. They will make fair advances on Consignments of Produce to their care. oswell reeder. john b. desausstre. Aug. 6. 63 w7m CARRIAGE^ At tlic Old Stand of S. & J. Gilbert. S& E. M. GILBERT continue tho CARRIAGE BUSINESS at the above stand, Nos. 35 and 40 Went worth street, where they will be pleased to exhibit tn their old friends and customers a very cxtcn Rive stock of VEHICLES, comprising those of their own manufacture, together with the various other stj'les usualh' found in this market. Their long acquaintance with this market as manufacturers and dealers will enable them to offer great inducements to purchasers, both in styles and prices. Charleston, Aug. 20. G7 tf Teosard chapi.y, (LATE OF THE FIRM OF GILBERTS k CIIAFIN) IS NOW OPENING an extensive CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY and REPOSITORY, fronting and on Went worth-street, next door to the old stand of Gilberts &Chapin; also, on Meeting-treet, next door North of the 'Tavimox Hoteu" Charleston, S. C. Orders for Carriages and Harness, promptly ex ecuted from this date, on such terms and in such manner na to insure a continuance of'favors. Juno 11?47 tf SAM'L. HOYTV LATE OF THE FIRM OF SAM'L IIOYT & CO., SAVANNAH, GA \\J OULD announce to his friends that he has ret t moved to Charleston. S. C., No. 149 East Bay, where lie. is prepared to do a general Commission business, and furnish to order, at all times, any articles from the North or South that may bo wanted, for the usual commission, as well as receive and sell the same And I pledge myself that all business entrusted to my eare shall receive such attention as will insure similar manifestation of their good will, not doubting that my acquaintance with Northern and Southern markets will enable nic to do as well as an}*, and better than many. Also, dealer in Butter, Cheese, Blaster, Marble Dust, Cement, Lime and Hair. And, Agent .'or sundry Machine Manufactories, North and South, as well as Silas C. Herring's Fire ProofSafes, Georgia and French Burr Mill Stones; all of which will be furnished on short notice, and at manufacturer prices. Cash paid at all times for Wool. Green, Salted and Dry Hides, Deer and Sheep Skins, Shipping Furs, Beeswax. Bags, Rope Cuttings, Sea Island Cotton Seed and j Florida Moss. Also, Southern Tanned Leather in the j Rough. Terms Cash invariably. Refers to the citizens of Savannah generally. Sept. 7. 73 3m. DRY GOODS FOR FALL TRADE IN CHARLESTON, S. C. TV G. BANCROFT & CO., 253 Kiny-st., below t t Wentworth-st. Constantly on hand? SILKS AND SILK GOODS I'ltESS GOODS, of all descriptions ALPACAS, MERISOES and BOMBAZINES PRISTS and G IS GHA MS CLOTIIS; CASS HI EKES and VESTISGS HOSIERY, GLOVES, Arc. a i.so GEORGIA PLAISS and KERSEYS PL A IS mul STRIPED OZNABURGS BLEACHED and BROWS DOMESTICS SUPER. Dl'FFIL BLASSETS. Our business is done strictly lor Casit, and on tlio One Piuce system, and we are confident no house in the city can give BETTER BARGAINS. Charleston, Sept. 15, 1352. 75 4m. Livery and Sale Stables. FORMERLY JOHN C. G'JUAKLON'S. | rpiIE Subscriber has the pleasure to inform his X friends and the public, that, having purchased the j Splendid STOCK of FIXTURES of those well-known j and popular STABLES, formerly owned by O'HANLOX, and lately by TV. E. ARCHER, ho is now propared to furnish all u ho may Ihvor him with their patronage, with excellent SADDLE HORSES, and handsome and comfortable CARRI AGES and BUGGIES, of the latest styles, with teams to match, and drivers, in whose sobriety and experience every confidence can bo placed, at most reasonable prices. Many improvements have been made to the Stables and Lots, and Drovers will tind every accommodation taey can dosire. Carriages and Omnibuses from this Stable will run ; from Boatwright and Janney's universally favorite ' American Hotel," and also from the long-established , and well-known Columbia Hotel, by Mr. I). Caldwell, to the various Railroad Depots, or any point de- 1 sired. p?7"Orders left at the American Hotel, with Mr. TV. n ITnrria fir f.bo nrnnriemr ill tho Columbia Hotel. will be promptly attended to; aud the subscriber is confident that all who employ him will be pleased with his prices and his teams. NATHANIEL POPE. Sept. 21. 7G?6m Florida Lands for Sale. ] 'TMIE following; valuable Tracts of LAND, lying in ' X Marion and Alachina counties, will be offered at private sale during the mouths of October, November 1 aud December, next, viz; " Wetcmpka Hammock," situated about ten miles North of Ocala, (the Comity Seat of Marion Counry.) containing 3,000 acres, about one half of which is hammock, unsurpassed by any in il.i. Ct.il/. o?/l rnmuinrlAr Wliilft fl.lV nnrt ItiAfirv ' land. , A TRACT, well known as the 'Tort Drane" Plan- i tation, containing 3,000 acres of Land, principally lirst < quality hammock, between four and live hundred I acres of which aro thoroughly cleared and at present in cultivation. This place for several years averaged ' two hogsheads of Sugar to the acre, and every year that ] it has been cultivated has produced fine crops of Com , and Cotton. These tracts could readily be divided in- , to two or three plantations, each being surrounded by high rolling pine land. A TRACT of 1,000 acres on Orange Lake, consisting of hammock, orange grove and well-timbered pine l...wl TWO TRACTS of 1,000 each, near the Alchua Prairie. The greater part of these tracts is rich hammock. Also, 5,000 acres on Indian river. Any one wishing jo cultivate Sugar Cane would do well to exr mine this laud, as, being remarkably fertile, and lying south of t)>o roifinn nf frost it is as well adanted t/i that on I turn as any in the United States. 12,000 acres, generally known as the "Bayard Tract," situated on the St. John's River, opposite Piooluta. There are many small hammocks and orange groves on this tract, but it is principally valuable for ' itanmu timber It has a river front of 7 or 8 miles 1,000 acres on Lake George, and several small tracts I c .1 and near tlie St. John's river, well situated lor funning, tlio rearing of orange groves, 4c. The above tracts of Land wcro purchased by the lato Gen. Clinch immediately alter the accession of Florida to the United States. From his position at that time, his locilities lbr selection were unusually great, and it is bt lioved they include as good laud as Cull UC louim 111 I IU oiuiu. On account ol their accessibility from Charleston and Savannah, they oiler great inducements to planter in Carolina and Georgia wishing to remove. The titles are clear and indisputable. Terms cash, or payable at Charleston or Savannah, on or before the tirst of January. Any further information on the subject, can bo ohtnined by addressing the subscriber, at Orange Spring' ! Marion County, Florida. J. 1L M. CLINCH, Ex'or. September 24. 77 3m Patent Excelsior Cutting Knives, Manufactured only e. Taylor & Co., Coiumbus, Georgia. For sale by W. ANDERSON, Agent. i Camden, Sept 7 72 tf LIVEKCOOTLPAIffT. I jaundice, dyspepsia.chronicor nervous DEBILITY, DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS, and nil disease# arising from a dixorderecl Liver or Stom#w.h on/vh ?>o r*nnut inn linn. Jriward Piles, Fullness or liiood to the ilead, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart-burn, Disgust for Food, Fultnes, or weight <n the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the pit ol the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating sensations when in a lyiiig posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or webs before the Sight, Fever and doll pain in the Head, Definoy or Perspiiation, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side. Back, Chest, I inibs ? Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in 1 the Flesh, constant Imaginings of Evil and Great Depression of Spirits, can be effectually cured by i)R. IIOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS, PREPARED BY DR. C. J?I. JACKSON, AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE, 120 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Tluir vower over the above diseases its not excelled?if equalled?by any other preparation in the United States, ns the cures attest, in many cases after skilful physicians j had failed. t These Bitters are worthy the attention of invalids. Pos- . sessing great virtues in the rectification of diseases of the Liver and leraer glands, exercising the most searching 4 powers in weakness and affections of the digestive organs, t the j" are withal safe, certain and pleasant. READ A NO RE CONVINCED. From the ' Ronton Bee." The editor said. Dec. 22nd Dr. Iloofland's Celehrated German Bitters for the cure i of Liver Comphint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia Chronicor Ner- c vents Debility, is deservedly one of the most popular medi- t cinesof the day. These Bitters have been used by thou- . sands, and a friend at our elbow says he has himself received an effectual and permanent cure of Liver Complaint C from the use of this remedy. We are convinced that, in C the use of these Hitters, the patient constantly gains iS strength and vigor?a fact worthy of great consideration, t, They are pleasant in taste and smell, and can he used by k persons with the most delicate stomachs with safety, un- ' dpr any circumstances. We are speaking from ex|>erience I ivil to the afflicted we advise their use. " ^cott's Weekly," one of the best Literary papers published, raid, Aug. 2f?? , ' Da. Doofland'sGerman Bitters,manufactured by j Dr. Jackson, are new recommended by seme of the most * prominent members of the faculty as an article of much r efficacy in case.-of fetmile weakness. As such is the ease, t we would advise all mothers to obtain a bottle, and thus c save themselves inticn sickness, i crsuns of debilitated constitutions will liuu these Bitters advantageous to their e iieaitb as we know froin experience the salmary effect ? upon weak systems." MORE EVIDENCE. ( The Hon. C. D. 1!i;\EI,ink, Mayor of the City of Cam- n Jen. N. J.. 8a5"s : " Hoofi.and's German Bitters.?We have seen ma- e ny flatti-riii<4 notices of tl.is medicine, and the source from f w hich they came induced us to make inquiry respecting Is merits. From inquiry we were persuaded to use it,and a must say we found it specific in its action upon diseases _ of the liver and digestive organs, and the powerful influence it exeris upon nervous prostration is really surprising. It calms and strengthens the nerves, bringing them into a slate of rejsise, making sleep refreshing. * If this medicine was more generally used, we are r satisfied there would be less sickness, a? from the stomach, liver, and nervous system the great majority of real and and imaginary diseases emanate. Have them in a health) condition, and you can bid defiance to epidemics generallv. Thieextraordinary medicine we. would advise our friends who arent all indisposed, to give a trial?it will recommend itself. It should, in fact, he ill every family. No other medicine can produce such evidences of merit." Evidence upon evidence has been received (like the foregoing) from ah sections of the Union, the last three K-ars.and the strongest testimony in its favor, is,thai r, is more of it used in the practice of the regular p'"*re J riansof Philadelphia, than all oilier nostrums comb- 8 a fact that can easily ho established, and fully pr''ied. C that a scientific preparation will meet wiih their qu.m'"g proval w hen present, d even in this form. let tpTliat this medicine will cure Liver Complaint pojwia. no one can doubt alter usiug.il as dlrecte nr>d Dysspecifically upon the stomach and liver; it is d. It acts a to calomel in all bilious diseases?the eflect is preferable c They can be administered to female or infant with safety ( and reliable benefit at any time. OCT" Look well to the marks of the genuine^O They have the written signature of C. M. JACKSON, - - nnrro, blown ill fhfi bottle. I upon me wn?|"jiri, aim II? . without which they are spurious. For sale Wholesale anil Retail at tne GERMAN MEDICINE STORE. No. 120 Arch street, one door below Sixth, Philadelphia; and by respectable dealers generally through the country. PRICES KEDIXED, 1 To enable all classes of Invalids to enjoy the advantage _ af their restorative powers. SINGLE BOTTLE 75 Cts. For in Camden by THOMAS J. WORKMAN. Wholesale Azents for South ( amltna. Georgia, &c. " IIAVJLAND, HAKKAL & CO., Aug. 31.?35?ly Charleston, S. C. ^ Constantly on Hand, ? CEMENT, Calcined Plaster of Paris, for building i purposes; Gypsum or Liind Plaster, for agricultural purposes, and Stone Lime, all of good quality and In quantities to suit purchasers. A very superior artieleof White Lime for whitewash I n;r. C. L. CHATTEN. March 9. 20 tf iSedicTnes, window glass, kc. THE subscriber is receiving and keeps constantly on hand, a large assortment of the Purest Medicines, . Chemicals, and Dye-Stnfls. Also, an extensive va- ( riety of the very best Hair, Tooth, and Paint Brushes, ri?: - ?" ' RlanHars. Always on hand Window Glass Df all sizes, Paint Oil, Lamp Oils, Turpentine, Trusses, I Surgical Instruments, Patent Medicines of every kind. Ifere may be hud, all the delightful Extracts of Lithin c for the handkerchief. Oils, Ox Marrows, and Elan Lusrrals for the flair. ITnir Dyes for gentlemen who have a become prematurely Grey. Colognes of all sizes, and of ( the very finest quality. Shaving Creams and Soaps in jreat variety Tranrpa-ent Halls. Tooth Pastes and . Powders. Pens, Ink and Paper. Besides China Vases i"I other ornaments for the Centre Table and Mantle ? nil Mich a lot of Toys!!! | All whodesire puftE and honest articles at low rates, " vould do well to give us a call. * i FRANCIS L. ZEMP. t iept. 16 181. 73 tf Uils, Burning Fluid. 1 1 OA GALLONS o| Lnmp Oil nt 88 cenLs pergnllon 1 & \J 40 gallons Burning Fluid, nt 88 cents per gallon i-?,l nn<l for sale hv F. L. ZE.'ll SADDLE A HARNESS MAKING. THE undesigned contiiiucshis business at tho old stand, returns his thanks for past favors and hopes J for a continuance of patronage. All work in lua lino will be done with punctuality, and where tho cash is paid, at tho titno of delivery, a discount of ten per cent will be made. I Jan 6, [2-1y] F. J. OAKS. 1 t/UENf U BRANDY, Madeira Wine and old j X l'OUT WINE, for medical purposes. Just received and for sale by f. L. ZEJVIP. L Thonipsoninri Medicines. t WIUiUBCR SIX, Composition, lobelia, Guin Myrrh, s Alcohol, Cayenne Pepper, Nerve Powder, Hem lock, Spiced Ritters, Golden Seal, Bayberry Powder, Bitter Root, Cholera Syrup. Third Preparation. Fresh and for wile by FRANCIS L. ZEMP. Spices, Gelatine. BLACK Pepper, Red Pepper, Cinnamon, Nutmegs. Mnee, Allspice, Ginger, White Ginger, Coo|>er's Ge- < Inline, French Gelatine, isinglass, Black Mustard Seed, White Mustard Seed, Cooking Soda, Washing Soda, lust received.and for tale by f. L. ZEMP. Cod Liver Oil. I HAY E just received a lew gallons 01 pure uuu v LIVER OIL, which will bo sold in quantities to i suit purchasers, nndat reduced prices. March 30. Z. J. DlHAY. * ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER, FOR THE CURE OF Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON'S ffi^^5^. 're pa red from RENNET, or the fourth STOMACH OF THE OX, after directions of BARON LIE3IG, the great Physiological Chemist, by J. S. HOUGIITOiV, M.'D. Philadelphia. Pa. [ his is a truly wonderful remedy for INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA. JAUNDICE, LIVER COMPLAINT, CONSTIPATION,and DEBILITY, Curing after Nature's own method, by Nature's ow n Agent, the Gastric Juice gjTTIalf a teaspootiful of Pepsin, infused in water, will digest or di.-soive, Fire Pounds of Roast Be f in about (mo hours, out of the stomach. PEPSIN is the chief element, or Great Digestng Principle of the Gastric Juice?the Snlcent r.f he Food, the Purifying, Preserving, and Simulaivg Agent of the Niomach and Intestines. It is xtracteJ from the Digestive Stomach of the Ox, hus forming an ARTIFICIAL DIGESTIVE 'LUID, precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in ts Chemical powers, and furnishing a COMPLETE and PERFECT SUBSTITUTE for it. iy the aid of this preprralion, the pains and evils >f INDIGESTION and DYSPEPSIA are removd, just as they would be by a healthy Sto i.ach. t is doing wonders for Dyspeptics, curing cases if DEBILITY, EMACIATION, NERVOUS DEIL1NE, and DYSPEPTIC CONSUMPTION, upposed to be on the verge of the grave. The Scientific Evidence upon which it is based, is in up hiiHtPfit rfpfrrsf- cririotts mid rf. \tarifa_ jle.d SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE! BARON LIE BIG in his celebrated work on luirnal Chemistry, -ays: "An Artificial Digestive "luid, analogous to the Gastric Juice, may be eadily prepared from the mucous membrane of he stomach of the Ox, in which various articles i! food, as meat and eggs, will be softened changd, and digested, just in the same manner as they ?oult be m the human stomach 39^"Oall on the Agent, and get a Descriptive Circular, gratis, giving a large amount of SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE, similar to the above, togethr with Reports of REMARKABLE CURES, rom all parts of the United States. Agent?Z. J. DeHAY, Camden, Wholesale nd Retail Agent, WJl. M. SHANNON, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity, CAMDEN, S C. )fBce on Broad Street, opposite A. Young's Book Store W. THUKLOW CASTOR. Attorney at Law ana Solicitor in Ilqaity. CAMDEN, 8. C. Office on Broad-Street near the Court House. A. G. BASKLY, 4 TTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN l jl EQUITY, Camden, S. C. Will practice'in Kerhaw and adjoining Districts. Office in rear of the lourt Ilouse. May 18. W. II. R. WORIi.HA!*, 4 TTORNEY AT LAW, AND SOLICITOR IN ex. EQUITY, Camden, S. C Will attend the Courts it Jjariington ana fc>umtor Districts. Office in the Jourt'House. E. W. BOi\!*EY, Bank Agent and G^naral Merchant, CAUBkiff. s. c. CKIAItL.ES A. McDOSALD, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, Camden, 8. O. wieeiaih iTwiisoifr FASIIIONAnI.E TAILOR, CAMDEN. S. C. TIIOiTIAS WILSON, BOOT MAKER, CAMDEN. S. C. KOBEHT MAX, CtOACn-MAKER, on Broad Street, near the Post ) Office. Camden, S. C. Builds tmd repairs Vchides of all descriptions, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, f./t Voir Ifi if ittv.iuuijut) o, au jjiiij xv* KOI2ERT J. ITIoCRJEIGIIT, COTTON GIN MAKER. Rutledge Street, on door East of M. Drucker & Co., Camden, S. C . BERMDOTTt D. BRONSOIv7~ OPPOSITE THE l'OST OFFICE, Cuindcu, S. C. CONTINUES the manufacture of TIN- WARE, &c^ attends to G uttering anti Roofing Mouses, putting ip and making Stove Pipe, and CWRepaiks every article in his line. Old Pewtor. Lead, Copper and Brass taken in exhange for Tin-Ware. ir?**Thankful for Dast favors, he solicits a continu ,nce of the same, at tho old Stand, opposite the Post Jflico. Maich 16. 22 tf J. W. P. McKAGEN, DFFERS his services to the citizens of Camden and vicinity as AUCTIONEER. His charges will be nodcrate, and when required, he will attend sales in he country. CgTAll orders left with Mr. J. S. DePass, will be iromptly attended to. May 8?tf FRENCH Worked Handkerchiefs, Collars, and Undersleeves, just oDcncd at BONNET'S. April 20. 32 tf In Equity?Kershaw. rosiali Pierce and Wife, Zack Cantey and Wife vs. Ed. ward E. Adnmson?Bill to sell land for Partition. [N compliance with an order in this case made at last June Term of said Court, I invite proposals for the >urchaseof that portion of the Real Estate of Louis C. iil'iniQnn lfltolv K irirr nn WnfnrnD Pitrnr otirl inlled the Brevard Place, containing it is thought about ?our Thousand and Eighty-three (4083) acres. Said ract adjoins lands belonging to W. J. Taylor, Zack !3owen, E. Parker, Estate of Jno. Chesnut. Terms to be specified in proposals as they are open o agreement of parties in interest to whom all proportions are to be referred for acceptance or rejection Propositions may bo made to the undersigned. Sale not to bo effected beloretho 1st January next. W. H. It. WORKMAN, c. e. k. d. July 30. 61 6m, Hay Cutters. JUST received a variety of HA Y CUTTERS\ warranted a suporior article, and for side low by July 13. E. W. BONNEY. NOTICE. rHE subscribers have this day formed a Co-partner* ship, under the name and firm of ROOT & INGRAM, for the purpose of carrying on tho Geueral Auctioneering Business. Y. ROOT. JOHN INGRAM. Camdkk, Jan. 23. T tf "SHAV & AUSTIN.'"" ~ ARE now receiving and opening their Fall nupplicf ol Foieign and Domestic Cirocerits, winch tlfej fler at w.i ilesale a ?J retail, consisting in part of the nit owing article*: fcugnrs. Gaava do. Loaf, Crasned,dtP.>wder?d,'OoofMi berry .Straw berry,and Clarified No. 1, and i, i Blackberiy Jam. Porto Kico, Exliact*. Muscovado, jClov*. Lemon, Nutmeg and New Orleans. f Vanilla. Coffee. | Hermetically Sealed Java,_ < Article*.- - - lAgnira. sSalmnn in 1 and 21b cans, Rio and Cuha. Sn.nlme* in i?.lin i?iw,i.? u?ir > '* " nuir f imy Teas. } una quarter boxes.. Choice of all kiuds. ? Eobsters in I and 2 ib. cam 4 Molasses. ...r~Z Muscovado and Porto RiroJ^V ? * *?" Bail. Ss >i. Orleans and W. Indies. j . Cordislx^ - *""" Candles sCutaroa. Jlarisoliine' Wax, while and colored Adamantine Omger Brandy. Sperm and Stearin \ Fish. Fruit. Salmon,Figs and Kamim, ^e^erriugjf.,^^ Almonds, Bordeaux Sl Ivicas5l,,?^*'jl Currants and Citron, JO, English Walnuts, i ^Ti i i f." 0 , , Filnertsund Brazil Nuts, \ "wle'Jjall, and qo. bbls. o... 'i- nf and in kit*. r.g . u.?ic, ? ?"""c | Provision*. Spices. 56'ncar Cureti Hants and . AlUpice, Nnimeg j-Clo^?A 5?1|(jaJ(|enif , - . Ciniiamon,Ginger & I Tongue* & Dried Beef? London and French Mustard, sides and Sltonldsra, Currie Powder. kioelien, English and Pino Pickles. J Apple Cheese. v English and Domestic of auj ^jucg and Liquor*. * kinds. Brnndy. Hennessey Exr.'fjne Ketchups and Sauces. do. OtanJ.DupryandCo Walnut.Mushroom,Tomato,5 do. Pallevoisin'a . , Reading Sance, Whiskey, Scotch and lush Harvv do. do. Bourbon. Monongala John Bull do. do. Funk's Old Rye . ^ Warwickshire do. Wines, South side Madeira ? v < Worcestershire do. do. Duff Gordon Sherry Paoli Vinegar, _ do. Port onidrangnt Essence of Anchovies, do. do.ior Med.parpoeee, Anchovy Paste, \ do. Suark'ing hock Potted Bloaters. j do. ieneiibe, and a. fll..... Preserves. Kirsbwasser, A b s y n i h e, Citron, Oranges, Limes, > Punch Essence. ? Pine Apple and Gingefl IHeidseirk. Einress. Cardtna Brandy Frnits. and Victoria Champagnes ' Peaches Cherries, Ale and Potter. Limes and Pine Apple. Choice Septra and Tokit Jellies and Jama* fco of all kinds, all of wlturlt ^ Red & Black Currant Jelly,'will be sold low for cash. Oct 10, Irivl. | 80 tf $500 CHALLENGE, WHATEVER concerns the health and happinenof a people is atoll times of the most importance. I take it for granted that every person will do all in their power, to save the lives of their children,'and that every person -a? will endeavor to promote their uwn health at all sacrifices. '? 1 feel it to l>e my duty to solemnly assure yon that WORM 8, according to the opinion of the most celebrated Physicians, * are the primary causes of a large majority of diseases to which children and adults are liable; if you have an appetite continually changeable from one kind of food to another. Bad Bieath, Pain in tlto Smmach, Picking at the Nose, Hardness ami Fullness of the Belly, Dry Cough, Slow Fever. Fulse Irregular?remember that all these ae> note WORMS, and you should at once apply the remedy. IIOBEXSACK'S WORM SYRUP* An article founded upon Scientific Principles, compoan- , ' ded with purely vegetable suhstaures, being perfectly safe when taken, and can be given to the meet tender infant with decided beneficial effect, where Bowel Complaints and Diarrbcea have made them weak and debilitated the Tonic pn perties of my Worm Syrup are such, that it stands without an equal in the catalogue of medicines in giving tone and strength to the Stomach, which makes it an Infallible remedy for those afflicted with Dyspepsia, the ; astonishing cures performed by this Syrupafier Physiriaha 1 have failed, is the best evidence of it* superior efficacy overall others. THE TAPE WORM! This is the most difficult Worm to destroy of all that in- : lest the liumon system, it grows to an almost Indefinite length becoming so roiled and fastened in the Intestine* and Stomach cnecliug the health so sadly as to ranse St. 9 Vitus I'anoe, Fits, &c., that those afflicted seldom if ever ' <1 suspect that it is Tape Worm hastening them to an early grave. In order to destroy this Worm, a very -energetic treatment must be pursued, it wouhl therefore be projfft J0* to take 6 to 8 of my Liver Fills so as to remove all obatrac* lions, that the Worm Syrup may actdirertnpon the Worm, whit-It must b- taken in doses of 2 Tablespoonfulls 3 times a day these directions to)lowed have never been known to ' fail in curing the most obstinate case of Tape Worm. UOUEXSACK'S LIVER FILLS. No part of the system is more liable to disease than the LIVER, it serving as a filterer to purify the Dlood, or giving the proper secretion to the bile; so that any wrong action ?r ,i.? I ?..r .1? VI itic UITV1 VIIUVH UlC UUIOI pOIVB U| HID t?m,and esults variously, in Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspept-ia Ac. We should, therefore, watch every symptom tluit might indicate a wrong action of the Liver. These Fills being composed of KOOTS & PLANTS furnished by nature to heal the sick: Namely, 1st, An EXPECTORANT, which augments the secretion from the Pulmonary mucus membrane, or promotes the discharge of secreted matter. 2nd. An ALTERATIVE, which clianges in some inexplicable and insensible manner the certain nvrbid action of the system. 3rd, A TONIC which gives tone and strength to the nervous system, renewing health and vigor to all parts of the body. 4th, A CATHARTIC, which acts in perfect harmony with the other ingredients, and operating on the Bowels, and expelling the whde mass 01 corrupt and viiiau-d matter, and purifying the Blood, which destroys disease and restores health. TO FEZHAJUGS. v?.. ...;ll c?.id:ii : i?ui_ ?r- ' a uu win iniu mere a mo an iiitaiuouio uiruiunc in ids* ??i ny complaints to which you are subject. In obstruction* -v either total or partial, they have been found of inestimable benefit, rustoring their functional arrangement* to a healthy action, purifying the blood and other fluids *o effectually to put to flight all complaint* which may arise irom female irregularities, a* headache, giddiness, dimness of sight, pain in the side hack, &c. None genuine unless signed J. N. Ilobensack, all other* being base Imitation. , Agent? wishing new supplies, and Store Keepers desirous of becoming Agents must address the Proprietor, J. ? N. Ilobensack, No. 120 North 2nd St. abo\e Race St. Phi adelphia. Pa. ? Y Sold bv every Drnggist and Merchant in the U. 8. Agent*. Z.J. DeHay, Camden Wholesale and Retail Agt. W. A. Morrison<fc Co., Winmboro, F. Curtis Columbia, J. A. Reed Chesterfield. JCr Price each 25 ct*. WORKMAN <Sfc BOONE, ~ f. MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Boots, Shoes, Leather, And Shoe-Findings, CAMDEX, S. C. To Bent. THE Store at present occupied by Shaw k Austin. Apply to W. ANDERSON. 1 Aug. 20, 67 tf_ Bogardie's Planetary Horse Powers, PATENT TYPE.nF.NTiF.RS SA W MILL IRONS. For sale by McDOWALL A COOPER. : fWOrdera for Castings, Ac. promptly executed. Aug 27. 79 tf v PATENT MET ALIO BURIAL OASES. THE subscriber is prepared to fill orders for the Metalic Cases. Also, Cloth, Mahogany, Walnut and other plain articles in the liue, with mountings, and engraved, if desired. March 29. C. L. CHATTER. FOB SALE. ? WAGON Bridles, of my own manufacture, ono warranted to last as long as two of Northern make. Also, Trace chains of various qualities for sale low f&r cash. F.J. OAKS. * : Hardware. THE Subscribers offer to the public, the most complote assortment of EA.RR WARE in the back oountry. As it has been nearly all bought from first hands, they can sell (on the same terms) at Charloston ? prices. Those wanting Builders, Hardware, Carpenteria or Smith's Tools, Mill Irons, Cross-cut or Mill Saws, Axes, Iron or Steel, would de well to give them a call. McDOWALL * QOOPER.