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wtb incite attention to one of the T> LARGEST and BEST ASSORTED Stocks of - DRY GOODS To be found in the SOUTHERN COUNTRY, com 'prising: SILKS, DRESS GOODS In Every Variety. FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN! Cloths and Cassixneres. : IRISH LINENS, Embroideries. HOSIERY AND GLOVES, a JL> o m < ? I ir> of all kiiul>, BLANKETS. r Plantation Goods ?" OF EVERY DESCB1TI0K! * * Our intention is to keep every article usually wanted I or FAMILY OH PLANTATION USE, And to offer good Goods only at fair prices. Our business is conducted strictly on The ours Price Syflein. ROin. mm & CO, DRY GOODS, 209 & 211 King street, Charleston* S. C. Jan 17 ^y \ 3 . s; GUANO. THE UNDERSIGNED is Agent in Charleston fer the sale of GUA1VO of difT rent d-sc*ip* tions. all of which is imported direct or received j from the Importers, and warranted pure. ' All Orders from Factors and Planters supplied at the ararkot price and shipped promptlv. PERUVIAN GUANO, Di'ect from the Agents of the Peruvian Gocerninen. TJT^IDE GUANO, Imported direct from Elide Island. . (Lower California ;) a Cargo of 600 tons has just "arrived. This tflJANO contains 12 percent of Ammonia, and considered by many who have used'tt, as fully equal to Peruvian. P AMERICAN GUANO, From Jarvis Island, received *' * from the Importers in Nqw York. SOMBRERO GUANO, Direet from Sombrero Island, 4- ' (W. I.:) contains by analysis of Professor Shep-pard, of Charleston Medic il College, 78 per cent, "of Bono Phosphate of Lime A valuable article " ' for mixing with Peruvian. ' A - A. MEXICAN GUANO, Imported into Balimore. CARRIBEAN GUANO, Reported ditect from Carri'renn Sea, and contains 42 per cent. Bone Phus - ^ nhate of Lime. * ....'ALSO.... MANIPULATED GUANO, Containing one half Peruvian and one hall Phosphate of lime, from the .f best Manufacturers. ^ SUPER I IIUSrHATK OF LI UK, From Baug'os * * Manufactory, Philadelphia, Highly recommend?,* , 1 ; : ' FARMKR'S PLASTER. From Croton Mills, New Yo.k. In barrel, 300 Rw?. THQMAS J KERR, PCTllSUANCE faff! S-^p Ilead quarters,' -'n Jig ' '-l,' .2d' Licoteroiflt To.4 TURD A T, 4 vT^W^^arj niBBg^ ' J fill the vacancy occasioned by ft."ig'Wtwn ?t'Lieu)fC. L McCoy. ILieut. E. ILyfCautey, Cornet R. B Cure ton. and Sergt. T. J. AaPW will act ns Mm gern JAS. CUES^JT, Capt Ker. Troop. J. J. McKAJN. CJcrk^r Jan 17-td , SHERIFF SALES. I T*Y virtue of" Sundry Writs of Fi Fa. to me direcI Jl) ted. I will offer for sale before the Court Mouse ti in Camden, on the Fir-t Monday in February next, within the legal hours of sale, the following property, P_,_ to ?i; : B Fii'o Vorrriuta nStri TIT ill ntnl I.Ij 'imiYa Ifo [three small boys. Bill, Joe, and Frank, levied on as the property of I lenry Fate, at the suit ol'Stotherwer, Matthews <? Co., vs. H. Pate. ) Jan 17-td K. K. SILT-,?. K. D. V SIJPERIOR GARDEN SEEDS, TTAYING received our Spring supplies of Fresh jrAi Garden Seeds, we invito the attention ol all i persons who are awuke to the great importance of using the BEST OF SEEDS O.NLY. \7e have on hand a few Asparagnti Roots, Also, some choice FLOWER SEEDS, embracing f man* new and rare kinds. For sale bv Jan 17 F L. ZEMP. m The Texas. Almanac dO??SO FOR :flLSE4ESC? . "VYT1TH STATTSTICAL liistoricul' and Biographi i v T cal Sketches, Agricultural Products, Description of new Counties. and a variety of useful information relating to Texas. Price 50 eta. r * Jan 3-tf ,T. A. YOUXG. | , Administrator's Sale T3Y permission of the Ordinary, I will sell at pnb..13 lie sale, before the Court ilouse door in Cxniden, between the legal houra of sale, on the tirst Monday in February next, the following property, to wit: One likelv Nogro man, belonging to the E>t.ite of T)r .If.uenti riflA <ler>'<l TsRMS^One and two years credit, to be paid in T' "Ttvo equal annual instalment*; note and two opproved personal securities, arid a mortgage to secure the purchase money if deemed necessary, witli interest payable annually from day of sale. > Jan. 17,?it T110S. B. LEE, Jr, Admr. I South-Carolina?Kershaw District"4 Bt William if. BullocIc, Esquire, Ordinary. "I\7HEREAS, James Fletcher, applied to me fir V? Letters of Administration on all unl singular the Goods and Chattels, llights and Credits ?>f A' S. ' Dorton. late of the District aforesaid, dece.sed: These are. therefore, to cite and admonish all, and \ singular, the kindred and cr< ddors of the said deceits'4 ed to be and appear before me at our next Ordinal's :] Court for the said District, to bo liolden at Kershaw 4 Court House on the Thud day of February next, 1 /j?-, } to show cause, if any. why the said administration should not be granted. Given under my Hand and Seal, this Sixteenth day ? of January, in the year of our I^ord ono thousand eight j ^ hundred and Sixty, and in the eigiity-lourlh year of American Independence. 1 Jam 17.?<d WM. M. BULLOCK, 0. K. D L For Sale* PRIM K~W AG OX. Children's Curringos, Steel XJL Plough*. Lulling knives, arid Corn Shelters? JiU&a variety of Gardou Tools, fust received at the 'old corner.' K. W BOSNEY. Gi'ullciuen'M Cvcrcoatti, Shawls, rpliAVKLLINO BLANKETS. .Also, Soft Hals. ?. au'iline Cloth Caps, Under-shirts, Ac., just re ccivcd at the 'old corner.' K. W. BONNKY. Negroes to Hire. r pilK subscriber will hire from the tinsi Febiuary : ,i JL next a few No. 1 youtg. able-bodied Negro Men. ior the balance of the rear. Jan 17 * JOS. M. GAYLK. _l Oranges. \ PPLES, Letnotis.^nd Pine Apples, a full supply /V. oulmul at MKUONKY A BOSW ELL'S. r*.. " ' BklK " i 130 Negroes for Sale! ONTHEFIBtSTIttOHTDAY IN FEBRUAKY NKXT, nt the Court House in Camden, S. C., the subscriber will offer (or sale: One Hundred and Twcut)"Five or Thirty _ EXTRA PRIME NEGROES, lu lamuies, enureiy tree irom any constitutional ureases. TERMS.?One third cash; ballnnce, one and two years, with bond, mortgage and good personal secuj rity interest payable annually from day of sale. At the same time, the Plantation now occupied by the subscriber, better known as Gibson's Keck, and the Level?has always been considered one of the best Plantations on the Watereu River, containing One Thousand Acres of Planting Land, Four Hundred of which are embanked, safe beyond a doubt, as the embankments lmve withstood all freshets tor a period of eight years. To be sold on a credit of one. two and three years: bond, mortgage and good security, with interest payable annually. n the following days, at the Plantation, for Cash, Twenty-five or Thirty Head of MULES AND HORSES,' ONE HUNDRED HEAD OF FIRST RATE CATTLE, Almost as good as Brahmins. About One Hundred head of SHEEP, and the STOCK llOGS. About 5,000 Bushels of Corn, together with FODDER, and PEAS. list of the Negroes will be distributed on the day of sale. THUS. K. SHANK ON. ffgThe Charleston Mercury and Columbia Smith Carolinian copy (tri-weekly) and send bills to this offioe Jun 10-td Ilcn-lugS I'alets! Champion Fire AXD Burglar Proof Safe?, \\7ITH ft ALLS PATENT POWDER PROOF T t LOOKS, the same tliut were awarded separate nirdals at the World's Fair, London, 1851. uud ihe World's Fair, New Y.irk, 1853. and ARK THE ONLY American Safes that were awarded medals at the London World's Fair. These Sales form the most perfect security against Fire and Bi'iglars of any Safes ever oll'ercd to the public.. $1,000 REWARD Will be paid to any person that can show ih.V. a Herring's Patent Champion Safe ever fa:led to preserve its contents in an accidental fire. S 0. HERRING & CO., Manufacturers, 251 Broadway, cor. Murray-st., New York, and 52 &*54 Gravier-st., N. 0., La. AGENTS.?B. W. Knowlea, Richmond, Ya.; R. F. Lester. Petersburg. Va: Rowland Brothers, Norfolk. Va.; J. U. Thompson & Co., Lynchburg, Va.; J. R. Blossom. Wilmingtou.'N. C; W. Herring & Son, Atlanta, Ga ; LaRoche <fc Bell, Savannah, Ga.; J. M. & B. F. Reed, West Point, Ga; Holmes A Co., Charleston, So. Ca. Jan l7-3m Medical Card. . BR. A. A.,MOORE OFF ICRS nis PROFESSION A [^SERVICES TO the citizens of Camden nnd vicinitv, ^"OFFICE next door below A. M k R. Kennedy, Camden. S. C. Dicember 20-ly Crackers - Crackers. SODA, Boston, Butter. Lemon. Wine, Pic Nic an.i Sugar Crackers, all fresh from the Bakery. December 20 ii ERONEY &. BOS A ELL. 10 THE PUBLIC. :o: TT'VKR since my "Aromatic Schiedam Schuapps" J ?the nurest nnd best Gin tor medical purposes ?became fully appreciated throughout this country, I have beeu constantly solicited by druggists, upoihecanes, and Inrge numbers ol the most eminent pliystcians, in all parts of the Union, to add to my Gin imDonations pure Brandies and Whies. and to bottle ihom the same as I am and nave been doing with the Schnapps; to seai with my real and give my cerlili cato guarantying their undoubted purity. I should long ago have endeavored to comply with the flattering request* but I found it impossible to do so, especially in regard to tlie important 10 tides of Brtmdt, Foil and Madeira Wines, owing to the high prices in Europe, occasioned by short grtipe crops for .some years. Happily for tlie success of my new enterprise, the grape crop for the last and previous ^ " ^^wh pure j^K^^CU"'8U?nces enterprise. I Btandy and Wines, medical as well as for piivate use. |Win well aware, from the bitter experience, the vile fttaeks, the niurepreteu t? linn of motives and entniij of dealers and mixers ofbad articles which I met with and conquered in the case of my Srchmipps, betore it obtained its pr^s nt proud pre-eminence overall other Gins, that the new enterprise will he attended with equal opposition, more trouble, arid involve an immense outlay of capital. These difficulties and expenses will he much greater, because I shall have to encounter the malignity mid enmity of countless thou sands who are engaged in the liquor trade, and making fortunes by lite manufacture of infamous imitations of 'Brandy" made from poisonous compounds?their use being alike destructive to healthy human life, nnd of course speedy death to the feeble invalid, or (ln>*e in whose behalf eminent physicians have urged upon ine the iinimrtatioii of a oure. iiiviforntini' article of Brandy. I shall do, in spiie of all opposition, even that of the dealers and sellers of the stuff in bottles called "Brur.dy," ol which millions of bottles are annually sold, and which is no better than the worst of poisons. 1 am perfectly willing and well satisfied to embark in this new enterprise, and have tto fears, no doubt about the most ultimate success for mvvelf and the druggists and apothecaries in the thirty-three Stat?, if ihey will heartily cooperate v.iih rae in my elf->rts to drive out ol use the vilest of compounds, called ' Brandy," and replace it with the pure, uriadulteitiled article, which I will faithfully and truly supply. The medical virtues of pure French Brandy need not bo told. The Brandy imported by me I will bottle, seal with my seal, my label, and add my certificate thai it is of the first quality, and pure and un adulterated as when it left tbo distillery in France. I will stake my reputation as a man, my standing as a merchant, and my tried commercial integrity, that what I pledge and certify to with my soal, my label, and my certificate is correct, and can be relied upon by purchasers in any section of the Cnioti to which rny Braedy ma}1 be sent I have made arrangements with the best Brandy inanuliicturers in France, with those who liave a world wide renown us the first Brandy exporters. I have selected four eminent firms who will siiip me their Brandies. I shall not desig nate the article by any other name than Wolfe's Genuine Cognac Brundy. If I were to do otherwise it would be useless, for then unprincipled persons, who are inces -antly engaged in the nefarious traffic of imitating all valuable articles, would soon imitate and adopt my mark as a cloak under which to sell their compound of poisons to cover the vile imposition. i am now prepared to receive and execute orders for Wolfe's Genuine Cognac Brandy addressed to me. No. 22 Beaver street. Prices will bo giveu to per sonal apj lieation. or in reply to letters. In this ciiculur I nave thus fur written mainly about pure Cognac Brandy; I Imve now to call youc^aiten lion to other liquors and v :oes. I am prepared to supply orders fur '"Jamaica Rum," imported and bottled by me ; also, "Irish and Scotch Whiskey." The purity and genuineness of the last named ui tides, imported lor "medical use," 1 will also guaranty with my seal my labelaua my ceriiticase. I shall also irapoit the purest and best "Madeira," "Port" and "Sherry" Wines lor medical purposes.? These I also guaranty with my seal, my label und my certificate. In conclusion permit me to add that I shall be hop py to hear from these ll at this circular teaches, and tvlmse per onal or pecuniary iiiteresls it may effect, in the combination of articles that 1 engag < to supply. Should any such person visit New York?especially a Druggist, Apothecary or Physician?I shall be most happy to receive a personal call. There is no importer who possesses more actual experience and knowledge of the importing liquor and wine trade than 1 do; 1 have been engaged in ii over thirty years. I have nnrrated^feomc facts connected with my lic-w enterprise, for the particular information of those connected witli the practice or tlie sale of medicines. It 1 am favored with the visits of any stch, or by friends to whom they give letters of introduction to me, tbey can fee with their own eye?, and test my ti-ui lifulntrss \>y th"ir own observation. I respect!uliy crave, for litis Circular and its contents. a careful and attractive perusal. I am, respectfully. your obedient servant, Udolpho Wolfe, IS, 20. and 22 Beaver Street, New York. :o: WHOLESALE AGENTS. J. D GHIEFF A CO, New Orlenus, I,n. S. .1. A J .1. JON BS. Mobile. Ala. 11UNNICUTT A TAYLOR. Atlanta, Ga. 11AV.ILAXD. CHICIIKSTKIt AC<... Augusta, Ga. HAG LAND A BIRCH, Columbus, Ga. BOWDUK A ANDERSON, Macon, Ga. HOLCOMB A 00 , Savannah, Ga. G. FOLLIN, CliaiiestoR, S. C. January 10 3m 2 WCtNtfWrnuMWMW1?-i? MNMgamWP?HtMP ewm* I[IITIBIM'W?.'.'MMI?W : IT COST 1 ' AT COST? i ?/ In consequence of the fact that my Agent, A. MACK, Esq, will have to undergo a critical operation next Spring, in accordance with the advice of his physician, I am lorced to offer my entire stock of Goods t At Cost for Cash! In nil my purchases I have been guided by a desire to give niv friends and customers the full benefit of every thing which la most inviting in style, manufacture and prices I respectfully ask an examination pf my Goods and prices, and am confident <V?S1 ?n emt oil lltof mott it'ioli t/\ knw nicy v?u..u., ?... w OU.V ? -v I linve Diess Goods of every description, Mantillas. Shawls, Flats, HOOPS, Flannels, Hosiery, Gloves, Ginghams, and Calicoes. Gents- Clothing and piece Goods, Boots and Slioes, lints and Caps, Silk and Linen Pocket llandkerch'fs, DomeBtics in all branches, and nil such Goods as are usual! kept in a well regulntsd Store, are offered by R. Springer, Xexl Door above Workman's Shoe Store. N B.?Remember we sell AT COST FOR CASH. Cat/it/en, & C., October 71. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. xOX FEMALE. APPLICANTS FROM THE Country Districts will be received into A&pKfthe State Normal School during the prose?t niontli of January. Such ycurig la dies as may desire aid to pay their board or traveling expenses, should procure the recommendation of every one of the members of the* Legislat ure from their District, and apply to the Secretary, at Charleston. Arrangements are made thai, the names of such as receive aid shall be known only to the Chairman and Secretary ol the Board. The requisitions for admission are stated below. E. MONTAGUE GRIMKK, Secretary. ....:o:.... Requisitions for Admission into tho Normal School. 1. Applicants must bo at Ieu3t fifteen yean, of ace, of unquestionable moral character and in sound bodily health. 2. They must'be able to sustain a good examination in the lollowing subjects, viz: Spelling.?Oral and written. Heading.?With facility, either Prose or Poetry. Geography.?Geographical Definations, with Modern Geogt aphy. Grammar.?Definitions and Rules of Syntax, with ability to parse plain English sentences. Arithmetic.?Numeration, Simple and Compound Numbers, Reduction, Compound and Decimal Frac tions, Simple and Compound Proportion and Computation of 1 merest History.? Of United Slates, with some knowlege of General History. A legible handwriting will bo required, with some practice in English Composition. 3. They must declare their desire to make them selves competent as'Teaclii'rs in"this State. Charleston, S. C. Jan 10-4t. RAIL (fOAD & BAiMi DIVIDEND. * r|"HlE Smith Carolina Rail Road Company having 1. declared a Dividend of FuUR DOLLARS AXt) TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per Share, lor the Six Months ending December 31st. 1809, and the Southwestern Kail Road Bunk a Dividend of SEVENTY FIVE CENTS per Share for the mime period, the on tied Dividend of FIVE DOLLARS per Share will he paid at the alose-aid Bank, on and alter the Thihd Day of January. The Dividend on Road Shares, not connected with the Bank, will he paid at the same time and place as above stated, and at tin; Branch Bank of the State of South Carolina, at Camden. - -THOS. WARING. Auditor Sooth Curolinn Rail lload Company. JOHN 'C. CuCHRAN. Jnn 3-5t Cashier Southwestern R ft. Batik. NEWSPAPER AND ? ' BUSINESS AGENCY'. LIE undersigned continues tQ give iiis strict and [J personal attention to the ^ K: '-'cgy.-Try nd will iitund piuinptly to. all matts^B his caie, such as AUCTION and SB'/ SALES. COLLECTIONS, Ac. . Is Agent for the Charlkstox M tincURV. wIKll's Magazine. Sumter Watciimax. and Laxca^eb Ledger. Will receive subscription* lor the Co3mo; politau Art Journal. Godey's Lady's Book, Ariliur's Home Magazine. Ac. On Land a few copies of the BENCH AND BA11 OF SO. CA. Als<\ 0'Newll's Annals of Newnerr.v, Mrs Edgeworlh's Southern Gardener and Receint Boole. ?3?" Bonk and Paper subscriptions must he accompanied with the cash, otherwise they will not he ordered. TUO. J. WARREN. A.3STD FANCY 800CSI SWORDS, Epaulets, Gold and Silver Luce, Chapeaus and Captain's llats, Plumes, Bells, Snslie3, Palmetto Buttons, Ac Double Barrel Guns, Revolvers, Powder Flasks, Shot Bulls, Gaps, Wad*, Gun Rods, Screws, Tubes, Ac &c. Musical Boxes, GiltChina Vases. Cups and Boxes. Silver-plated Cake Baskets, Candlesticks, Castors. Card Receivers Sncons. Forks, Ac Silver Cu ps, and sells of Knives, Forks, Spoons. Salt Cellars, Cake Knives, Pickle Forks, <fcc. January 3 J. A. YOUXO. BY permission of the Ordinary, i will sell before the Court House in Camden,? between the legal houis of sale, on the First Monday in February next, the following property, to-wit: One Tract of Land, belonging to the Kstate of R. S Owens, deceased, situated in Kershaw District, on the waters of Flat Iiock Creek, containing One Hundred and !Yiiu:ty->ix Acres, bounded by lands belonging to the Kstate of William Wilson, dt-.cciiseii, the widow Sill and the widow Yonngi Terms mnde known on day of sale. Jan 10-id K. K. SILL, S. K D. Important to Families. MAKE YOUR OWN SOAP, With Saponifier or Concentrated Lye 1LI5. Saponifier with 4}lb<. refuse Kitchen Grease, . will make 15 gallons of good suit Soap, ut a cost of about fifty cents. For all purposes where a strong "Lye is desired it will be found very valuable. For sale in lib. Iron Cans by JOHN J. McKAl N. FRESH gftRUEJfSEEQS; 4 LARGE and select stock of GARDEN SEEDS, ? 1l and Onion Setts, just received by Jan 10 J.J. McKAIJT. FOB. SALE, My Residence in East Kirkwood, THIS premises are in good repair.? To an approved purchaser the terms ! jlffiwill be made iiccoinmodating. ! g&agsagr Applv to li. W. DeSAL'SSUUIS, Jan ??-Jni or THO. J. WARREN. Extra Family Flour. 4 LIMITED SUPPLY of Extra Family FLOUK, l\ in Sacks and Hands by December 20 MKRONKY A ROSWF.LL Keisiiii ! ICaisiu*. ! A FRESH SUPPLY of whole, half, and quarter Jt\. Joxes of Layer and hunch Raisins, just received by M K RO X KY & BOS VV KLL. New Year's Notice. ALL persons indebted to the subscriber are expec. led to call and settle forthwith, lie will open no new accounts, except with those who have hereto lore paid pioinptlv. Jan 3?if itOBT. LATTA. Window Glass and Putty! ! \\/T IX DOW GLASS, of all sizes and qualities, for i V? sole lowir JOHN J. McKAIX. I W? IIITE CLOVER SEED, for Rule by | YY dec i3 J. J. McKAIN. Negro Goods, j O CITABLE fur Plantation use or House Servants, ; O viz: Plains, Kerseys, Jeiuis, Satinette, Plaid iinsevs. Marlboro stripe, Cotton Osnabur^s, Checks, Ac. for sale by A. M. & 'R. KENNEDY. 1 Sejtl3 tf iti 7 towMwgawWCUhlttWlMIMWl pBttMWiNggWMMWBWaaC "'39. PALtr A. M. & R. Kennedy1"111 ? Fancy and Sti . StjiTABJ FALL awe! To which they invite, with (onfide Both as regards , -mi j Is desirous of infoiming Us friei kis jast BUY GOODS A BOOTS, 3HOE And Fancy Goods,; AIs Neuro Shoes, Cli Also, Gents' Under Garments, 3 A URGE' Ai LADIES' AN hoop a In various styles. Cull ^<3 judge f Nov. 1 -V. HIH? m THE Undersigned would rcsp&tfullv infc they are prepared to offer great iidiiceraents Brown and Bleached Shh'jng?wide Apron and Shepherd Clucks ; Sclu Family Linen, Fancy Prints, ] Solid Check and (Fancy PI A variety of Coltfced Cambr Ladies' L. Cat.n)ric Hand It Calicoes of landsotnc p ColoredJetton and ! Whiteitnd Colorci Linw, Jeans, .. I -ft-Hose, C a ' -;SA1|!SJi A large and well- fleeted Str the latest Style and b t finish, cheap, and at the samcT Vne fashion inooefore pure SHOES! SpiS IThe Subscriber confidently solidj Stock of SHOES, for Ladies, some beautiful patterns which Bill GROCERIES!?IN iJ COFFEES?Java, Rio,- Africa v-Lnguvra, a SUGARS?Stuart's A. B. N. 0.,B A ^ AgSS^BJHpf various VHM^B9|B-vcrj ^HMu: Colunibi wu HAVE JUST RECEIjSD AND A A very lar?e ail excel IN" THE IRVINE OF J JJL^ Tricar SBT ^Q.7" A. E Now in vogue, and ranging ii GOOD & SUBSTi Suited for Farm purposes, ? >m i -m ~T" a MOST ELM' For Gentlemen ladic Their STOCK h.os been pfi5i*sori;illy clutsed for CASH?from [he most i tg^'-CTa EES. Or to proinptly-payinff custon Confident tliat an examination^ of their G< all making it, they respectfully ithd cordially CALL AND SEE FOli THEMSELVES. .Uf a* JPm Ja ^_GfInicien, So. C^-'f^u.ohar 11,1859. HARTFORD FtKE IB H AKTF03 Incorporated A. D. lM?? Authorized Capital, . ) Capital Paid in . . ' Surplus, - - . ' Assets M Cash on hand and in Bank n'.$79,909.4: Balances on Book duo Company >- G. 154.9: Bills Receivable, amply seemed, } 59,418.0-! Real list ate ittiericu rubered, (eafili value-)- 15,000.1k 2409 Shares Bank Stock in Uartloid,. -245,889.0( 2200 New-York, .200,475.0( j $006,900.45 Claims for Losses u )U'ljust?.U , zujBjrt arcs. jaz:e ir. tiustington, ' iharles ii albert day, h unry kk james goodwin, jalvi.n' da TIMO. C. ALLYN, Secretary, j C. C. LYMAN, Assistant Sccrcmfl'This old and reliable Company, e-j^g'8'l(-'d for nei Damage by Firo ou Dwellings, Furr^ge. Wnrchou) other kinds of property, on its usuuFIllisfactory te J'articular attention given to insuring Farm Prop connected, and Furniture, Live Slock, |ln3'> Grain, a term ol three or tivo years at LOW r?ia ?f prea.i Applications for Insurance may be 10 the i Losses equitably adjusted at this Ag?V nr-d pai current in the ci'ies of Kew York or l''e nSf CAMDEN, 8.C., Man J. L'lpp^ STOCK. '39. w receiving their usual full variety of aple Dry1 (foods! LE FOR TIIE I WINTER, nee their customers and the blic, Quality and Price. %AEL ids and the public generally, that he vpo.m ved his OF I CLOTHING, IS, HATS, CAPS, o, A Large Assortment of oths, Blankets, &c. JTeck Ties, Shirts, Cravats. &c., &c IdJ Si?" 'ISZ2TEL"" !BBEj*V?E3-SS? JSORTMENT OF CLOAKS HITS, or yourself. INo charge tor displaying. J. ISRAEL, Camden, S. C. SCHEDULE. inn their friends and the public in general that i in Dry-Goods, Heavy and Fancy Groceries, <tc., and good, uylkill Checks. Printed Lawns, aid GINGHAMS. ics. icrchiefs. atterns and fast colors. Berlin Gloves. J Hose ; Spool Thread,?white and col'd. Tweeds, Satinets, olorcd Lisle Thread Gloves, d:c., <fcc. TS I MATS 2 >ck of HATS, embracing many of *=ra riiose in want of sometliiner durable. Jsa alilc, would do well to call and examhasing elsewhere. SH8SS11 SHOES 11 an examination of his large and varicc a ? ak. dren and Gents. lie has on hand |^^^be sold at prices that can hut prove ART ASC?FOLLOWS : ,r.d St. Domingo. -in Hogsheads and Barrels, Porto Pico, sides and Shouldcis. nd quarter Bhls.; also, in Kitts, Nos. 1, 2, & 3. CLOTHS! inds, 'W, and at a low figure, ia Mills, &c. GAYLE, & CO., IS, 1859. mi r rn ~ Hi a uu., RE NOW PREPARED TO EXHIBIT lent assortment of GOODS iUSINESS, EMBRACING OF i quality, from the common, but JNTIAL ARTICLES, and for Servant's use, to the I DRESS GOODS, is' and Children's Wear V and carefully selected?has been pur eliable manufacturers, and will be sold GCZ2 .rn-JZL 9 iers on the most favorable terms. ? >ods and prices will prove entirely satisfactory to invite their friends and the public generally to w ?Z3<aL?? 41 if fSURANGE COMPANY, 3. JD y COISTN". Charter Perpetual. $1,000,000 600,000 - - - 300,000 ay 1, !?59. 1 710 Shares Dank Stock in Boston 100 9iJ0.n0 .) 400 Shares 13>ink Stock in St. Louis... 41,Gfio.uo i 240 Shares Rail Road and oilier Stock, 10,500 Oo ) Ilariford t ity Bonds, G percent' 36,312 50 ) State Stocks, (lean., Ohio, Mich.. Mo.) ) 0 per cents 58.000.00 United Stales' Treasury Notes, 14,035.00 , Total $874,313.95 LITIES : $29,073.08 cz rar ?aca jats. ss ? >USW I'.l.iv; dun niibii>. NEY, JOHN P. BRACK, lY, CHARLES J. ItUSS. II. HUNTINGTON, President. WM. N. BOWERS, Actuary. firlv Firrv Years, Continues to Insure against Loss or ?es, Slores, Merchandise, Mills, Manufactories, and mo<t mm. erty, consisting of Dwellings, Barns and nut-Buildings Panning Utensi's, Ac., Ac., contained in the same, lor Utll. lndcrsigned, the dnly authorized Agent for Camden and d immediately, upon satisfactory proofs, in the funds iured nuiv prefer. ' WM. ANDERSON, Aoent. - Is now Rcoeiv Embracing a full suppl SUITABLE FOI GrREAT I \ ( If ill i bit (Successors to M Have now in Store, and will be re FILL AND Wl The largest portion of our Stock being purcl the northern cities, we are enabled to offer We name in part, Cashmere and D'Lairie Ro Black and Colored Silks, (52 1-2 cents, an> Merinos, 87 1-2 cents do., English Mei Cases Rich pattern D'Laine, 1,2 1-1 12 1-2 cts.; 1 do. assorted Plain I 12 1-2 cts. Black Alpacca, Celebrated Wamsutta Prir 12 1-2 and upwards; 1C HOOP_ ALL DESCRIPTIONS, FC DRESS TRIMMINGS? - * ? si it- AmrT r\r r\ l r: Large vanetv ot lib AUiv uluiu ulu.-u' SHAWLS, til. A c< Blankets, Kerseys, Flannels: HEADY MAD] FOR MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR, Manufi embracing every Gents' Traveling BJ OUR ST Comprising all the various styles ; Gents', \ SERVANTS' SHOES, manufactured We feel confident in asserting the fact that to qualities and prices, suited to the wants of tl KOOPMANN r~MTJ^C rwiw-M w ciTnermniPI? TIA Vl^'n A r JL JtllJ CJ *J JUOVMJi ?a* . ... MUTUAL LIFE INS OF RALEIGH, N. C? FOR CAMDEN AND for policies of LIFE INSURANCE, 01 JSLAVES insured at moderate rates. " ' 'r-m: June 7. North ~ pi THE undersigned is the Agent of tlie ( COMPANY for this place. lie will insure : Furniture, Warehouses, Stores. Merchandise, 1 property, on its usual satisfactory terms. Applications for Insurance may he made to Camden and vicinity. WIL1 June 7 ' low DOWN FOR in* ?a i pi I# H & H a ('M'Eln THE Subscriber. having pnrcliased tlio Stock in trade of Mr. James I. Villepigue, is prepared, at the Store one doornbove Messrs C. Mnt'ieson <fc Co, to oflVr on the iimel favoiaole terms for CASH, an excellent assortment of Choice Family and Heavy mss- Etn azz n?] jsl?_ JH IBE: 5 Consisting in part as follows: Sugars Coffees Molasses Salt, Bacon, &c, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TEAS, Soda, Boston, Butter and Milk Crackers, Candies, Preserves, Rai?iii*, Currants, Citron, IMnccaroni.Sardines, Lobsters, Oysters, &c. Sperm and Adamantine Candles, Soap. Starch, Pepper, Spicc, and (linger. A large assortment of CHOICK LIQUORS, SUCH AS FRENCH BRAND Y, HOLLAND GIN, SCOTCH WHISKEY, <tc. BOTTLED IlIOXrOTlS, I BRANDY, MADEIRA, PORT and SHERRY WiJVLS. Poller, Ale and Cliainpasne ! fresh additions will constantly be tnvle, which will enable him to olTer a complete assortment of the best Goods, at the lowest prices for CASH. E^'Coniinues to par liberal cash prices for Likely Young NEGROES, and will also, when desired, sell on Commission*. ITSTA share of public patronage is rcspectiully solicited. JONATHAN PAhL, Dec 27 Camden. So Ca. CHEESE."_ A GOOD SUIT LA' ?l Goshen and English Dairy CHEESE. just received by December 20 M EROS EY ft DOSH'KLL. More Light! rrf BOXES of CANDLES of different grades, just ( t) received by MKRONEY ft BOS WELL. Fig*! Figs! ~A SMALL DRUMS ol DRIED FIGS, warranted f)\; as a No. 1 article, now on hand by December 20 MERONEY A BOS WELL. JViiIk! ft ills! A FINK assortment of NUTS, consisting of I'ex\ can, Brazil, and K. Walnut", soft and hard shell Almonds, all warranted fresh ; just received bv Dec 20 MEKONKY & B Ob WELL. Constantly on ISatid. A WELL selected Slock of Heavy Groceries. consisting of Sugars, Coffees, Molasses. Lard, Bacon?Hog round, Ac., br 1 "<?mher 20 Jf! HON F. V A BOS 'A ILL mm, * ing his Stock of d 'W'XM'nraizB^. y of such articles as are 1 THE SEASON. DISPLAY )F IS0B9RIERS, !. Drucker & Co.,) cciving weekly, a splendid Stock of NTER GOODS. iascd for Cask, and having a constant buyer in such inducements that will defy competition, bes?latest styles, il upwards. French inos, 25 cents do. Two 2 cts., 1 Case Ducal Plaids, )'Lainc, 12 1:2 cts.; 1 do. D'Bege, at 18'3-4 cts. and upwards. 3 Cases its, 10 and 12 1-f cts.; 2 do. Ginghams, ) do. Pleached Shirtinos fi 1-4. ctjc.nnd nnwarda "SKIRTS, >R LADIES AND MISSES. -Latest Parisian Style. [S, from 2.25 upwards. Merino 'Cloaks, 1.30. jmplete assortment of Satinetts. Kentucky Jeans. Cassimeres. E CLOTHING, ictured with great care for the Retail Trade, variety of Style, lankets and Shawls! OCK OF lisses', Youth's and Children's Wear. Also, to our order, expressly for this market, our facilities for selecting Goods, both in regard ie public are unsurpassed. & SUMMERS. CEPTED THE AGENCY OF THE TTT* A TTflTI nATUTT^ A WtT unxiix v/.Ei KjvnLrn.ni, VICINITY, is prepared to receive applications a tlie inost reasonable terms. The Lives of man,, -rarassr apnr??* Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company. rS LANCE!. CHARLOTTE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE igainst Loss or Damage by Fire on ^Dwellings, Mills, Manufactories, and most other kinds of the undersigned, the duty authorized Agent for [JAM L. DePASS, Agent Charlotte Mutual Fire Insurance Company. *. Jewelry, Watches, 1X7 ATCriES. ?Gold and Silver [Jnnting eased LeTV ver Watclie9 ; Small Geneva Watches, plain and jeweled cases; plain Silver Watches?low priced. CHAINS.?Fob. Vest, Guard, and Chatelaine. SEALS.?Fob, Chatelaine ornaments and Charms. KEYS.?l'lain Gold Masonic Keys and Marks, I Guard Keys of great variety. PUS'S ?Pearl, Cameo, Coral, Jet, and Box Pins for hair. RINGS.?Plain Gold Tongs, Diamond, Engraved, Slone Sei tings EARRINGS.?Coral Seta, Enameled, Eugraved, Cameo, Jet and Plain. GOLD AND SILVER Thimbles, Spectacles. "Watch-Guards, Studs, Sleeve and Collar Buttonn, Superior Steel Spectacles with perifocal glasses. Gold and Coral Bracelets. Armie s, Heed Ornaments, and a variety ! of other articles, completing a stock of JEWELRY I superior to any heretofore offered for sale in this I market. J. A. YOUNG. Januarv 3 tf 1 3STOTICE. Valuable Gold Mine FOR SALE. rPIIE CELEBRATED DUFFY GOLD MINE is no w .1 offered for sale: situated in Gaston county, North Carolina ; the Oro is abundant, and is stiown to be worth from 4 to 4 1*2 dwts. to the bushel, by a certilicato in our possession from Professor Holland. We invite persons or companies to a full examination of this valuable Mine, Our price is $100,000, (one nunarea uiousanu nonars; a.:o we, me unaersignea, will make good titles ABRAHAM SCOTT. I J. TV'. FORD, Dallas, Gaston co., N. C | Flat Rack, S. C. v31"CliailuUc Democrat will please copy two months and send bill to this office. Jan 3-2m. Fort Mills Academy, York District, South-Ca rollna. SITUATED ON THE CIIAliI tJufp^LOTri': AND SOUTH.CAROLINA RAIL ^0^S'|>OAD, Six'cen . Miles from Cha ilotto ; Nefl't Carolina. Principals : BUTLER 1'. A I.STON, J. G A DSD EN ALSTON. The Third session of the above Institution will commence on the second Monday in January, 1 S'?0.' Terms per Session oj. J'ivc Months : Primary Brandies, $<5.00 The above with Eng. Giamr. it Geog, 9.00 The same with History, 12.00 Latin, Greek and Mathematics, 17.50 Board can be Had at Irom eight to nine Dollars per month. Dr. B. M COBB, , Dec G-3in Chrm'n Board of Tructeea. Pav Qrjlo a. \ja uaiw VGOoD TKAM of well broke, largo and young MULES: also, a good Wagon and Harness. Jan U) Apply to J. K. WITHERSPOOS. I OUSTKRS, Salmon, Oysters?Spiced and Cove, j junt joceivcii by MKROXKY A BOSWELL. MILLER'S ALMANACS 17OR 1660, for sale Hi ; dec 20 THE TOST OFFICE. Cord* Wood for sale. (Cash mi delivrJV i\J try.) by HEK03TKY k BOSWELL. Sr