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^35^g BBBgfag? FOR SALE. pr*J|HE House *nd Lot in the town ol " Camden, formerly the residence .of Col. John Boy kin. The house is commodious and comfortable, the grounds exteustvej and the situation agreeable. The terms will be maac to suit the purchaser. ' JOHN A. BOYKIN? AdrnW. April 25. - HAVING beenappointed and duly qualified to act as Justice of the Peace, will attend, promptly to all business in that canacitv. ' He also, tenders his services to Merchants and others, for collections, &c. : He will, also, execute jobs of writing ol every description with which he may be favored. Office over the shop of Messrs. M'Donald & Watson. R. L. WILSON. Camden April 25. 5t21. ~ NOTICETHE owners, agents and consignees o Boaisand Vessels navigating the Santee River and its branches, re hereby respectfully requested to cqmply with the "requisitions of the 6th section of the Patrol act passed by the Legislature, 21st Dec., 1S39, viz: " It shall be the duty ol the owner of each vessel or boat, navigating rlip mihlip rivprs nr rnnfll<s nf this Statp 3 I ~ to keep and produce to the Magistrates or Patrols, who may demand it, a list of all the ncgoes composing the crews of said boat, with thsir owners names, and a description of their persons." The same section makes it the duty of the patrols, to enter into any disorderly house, vessel, or .boat, suspected of harboring, trafficking or dealing with negroes, whether the same be occupied by white persons, free negroes, mulattoes, mustizoes, or slaves, and to apprehend and correct all slaves fou.lci there, by whipping as before directed, and the said Patrols are moreover authorized and required to give information to a Magistrate, ofsucli white persons, free negroes, mulattoes, or mustizoes, as may Ka P/t iin/1 in r.ii nl> U itA?nii1 AM + n n?l uu iuuiiu in aiil.il ii'miactj icdscii ui uuaij auu to detain in their possession such produce, or articles for trafficking as may be found in such house, vessel, or boat, if such detention he authorized by any three Freeholders, or any Justice of the Peace, until the same shall be recovered according to law." .Those employed in navigating the above river arc further requested to observe the 3dth, 35th, 3t)th and 37th sections of the act passed at the same time, "concerning the office, duties and liabilities of coro ncr" which shew the penalties of an interment of a corpse without giving notice to the Coroner, or if his residence is more than 15 miles from the place the body is found, then to the nearest Magistrate. The above to be published by order of the citizens of St. Jame's Parish, Snniee. C. C. PINCKNEY. Magistrate St. James, Santee. May 2. 3t22 " iCj"Thc editors of the Courier and Patfriot of the Columbia South Carolinian and Camden Journal, will please publish the above once a week for three weeks, and send their bills to the Counting House of Messrs. Jas. H. Ladson &. Co. Chsrleson.' ./-.t'ltr./ifnrl 1WY X lUliaticii mccuu^is. Camden, April 15th, 1840. AT a conference of brethren held at the above time and place, the subject of holding a series of religious meetings was considered. After a free interchange of opinion, it was agreed, by divine permission, to hold the following meetings at the following times and places. 2d. At Camden, on Friday before the first Sunday in June. 3d. AtSuMTERViLLE, on Friday before the third Sunday in June. 4th. At Congaree, on Friday before the fourth Sunday in June. 5th. At Bethel, on Friday before the jsecond Sunday in July. Brethren Breaker and DuPre were apnoiitied-a committee to solicit the services of Ministering brethren at the above series of meetings. The meeting adjourned. . Thos. Mason, Ch'n. Jas. DuPre, Sec. ?????? ^ Lamp Oil, <fcc. THE Subscriber has just received a supply of Superior Winter and Fall StrainedSperm Oil. Also, old North Ga rolina Linseed Oil on hand, together with White Lead, SpiritsTurpentine, Train Oil, &c. &c. All of which will be sold very low for the money. JAMES R. McKAIN. March 20. , Sperm Oil. Wltt? linvp 111st received a cnn. * ]>)v of superior Sperm Oil. JONES & HUGH SON. April 10. . To Rent during the Summer. THE subscriher will rent his House in JLog Town during the ensuing Summer, on moderate terms. t ... C. M. BREAKER. April 10. " r JOB PRINTING Z i J^eath/ executed at this Office. ''' ""tv ?. v * PROSPECTUS FOB TftE EXTRA GLOBE. TIIE publication of the "Extra Globe" will be commenced early in May, and be continued six months. The first number will contain the proceedings of the Democratic Convention to be held in Baltimore the first week in May, to nominate candidates for President and Vice President of the United States. ~ TERMS. For I copy, $1 G copies, 5 12 ' 10 25 " 20 And in proportion for a greater number. p Payment may be transmitted by mail, at 1 our risk, postage paid. The notes of any 1 incorporated bank in the United States, current in the section where the subscriber resides, will be received. But when subscribers can procure the notes of banks of the Northern and Middle States, they will please send them. ?Cf"No attention will be paid to any order unless the money accompanies it. The low price for which we publish this paper, precludes credit to any person for it.? Therefore, it is unnecessary for any person to send an order not accompanied by 1 the money. To insure all the numbers, subscriptions should be here by the 15th May next, at farthest. BLAIR & RIVES. Washington City, April, 1840. TO PRINTERS. THE following REDUCED PRICES will hereafter be charged for Printing types purchased at BRUCE'S New York Type Foundry, No. 13, Chambers-street, and No. 3, City Hall Place: Pica, 38 conts a pound. Small Pica, 40 do Long Primer 42 do Bourgeois, 46 do Brevier, 54 do Minion, 66 do Nonpareil, 84 do Agate, ' 108 ' do Pearl, 140 do Ornamental Letter and other type in proportion. These are the prices on a credit of six months; but we wish at this time to encourage short credit or purchases, and will, therefore, make a discount of five per cent, for New York acceptances at ninety days, and ten per cent, for cash. We have recently added to our former extensive assortment, seventy-five different kinds and sizes of ornamental letter, embracing Condensed, Extra Condensed, Extended, Outline, Skeleton, Ornamental, modern thin faced Black, &c.; 100 new Flowers, and a great variety of Ornaments, forming altogether the most extensive and elegattf assortment of Printing Types in the United Slates, anil absolutely an unrivalled one. I We also furnish every article that is necessary in a Printing Olfice. Printers of news pap'erB who publish this advertisement three times before the first of November, 1840, by sending as one of j the publications, will receive payment when thev purchasefrom the Foundry four times the amount of their bills. GEO. BRUCE, & CO. April 1. ? 3l22 FRESH SPRING An r\ Sum mpr frnnHfi. I XJL tJVt LJLJL W*. V* THE subscribers have just received a handsome assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, CONSISTING IN PART, OF Superfine black Crape Gamble!, 44 blue black crimp'd do. White, drab aud brown French Linens, Striped and plain Linen Drill, Cotton Cassiniere and Drilling., Merseilles Vesting, Very fine white Silk figured Valencia, A fine assortment of Cloths and Cassimeres 44 44 " Handsome Printed Lawns and Muslins, (just imported) Fine black and white Jackouet Muslin, 44 French Cambric Prints, A very handsome assortment of SPZUNG CALICOES, Fancy Gauze, Silk, Saliu & Picnic Shawls, Ladies' summer Gloves, of every description, A fresh snpply of Zephyr Worsted, and Canvas, * * . English Ion? Cloth. Cambrics ami Muslins o -7 n f ---? of all kinds* Linens, Lawns and Linen Cambric Hdk'fs. Bleached and unbleached Shirtings and > < Sheetings, * Ladies' Hoods, new and. old shape,. They have, also, a good assortment of Gentlemen's white and drab HATS,-for Bummer, Gentlemen and boy's Palm Leaf Hats, of different qualities. ' SHOES, of all kinds, principally from White's factory. : > ?ALSOA general assortment of Hardware, Groceries, &c., which will be sold unusually low for Cash. JONES HUGHSON. Camden, March St. [T7r=>The Subscriber haying' returned to Camden, will attend to any work in the TAILORING line with promptness and dispatch. ' Any orders left with Messrs. Jones & Hughsoff, corner of Broad and Ruiledge Streets, will meet with immediate attention. J. I, BRASINGTON. Jan* 4. ' 3tfe .* '' y* :: MAU* ARRANGEMENT. Northern Mial, due every day a* ?*? a? ra. Closes every day at 4,. j?. ?.* , -#5 Southern or Columbia mail, due every day at 5, p. m. j ^ Closes every day_at 9, p. rh. ? - H^Letters fpr Charleston, are made uj every day, and sent via Columbia. Sumterville mail, due every Tuesday am Friday at 8 p. m. '< . . Closes every Wednesnlay^nd Soiiday at 4 p. ra. . . " ' *?.**. Stateburg maih every Wednesday and Fri day, at 8, p. nu Closes every Wednesday and Sunday a 4, p. m. Lancaster mail, doe every Monday ant Friday, at 3, p. m. Closes every Wednesday and Friday, a 6, p. m. J,. Yorkville mail, via Liberty Hill, due ever; Thursday, at 10, a. m. Closes every Thursday at I,,p. m. JCf^The office will be open on the Sab bath, for the delivery of papers and letlea from 7 to 8, a. m., and in the. evening on< hour after the arrival of the Columbii mail. P. THORNTON, P. M. In Equity?Kershaw District Alex'r Young, j vs. > BiD to foreclose Mortgage. Benj. Williams, l IT appearing to my satisfaction that thi dependent, Benjamin Williams is ab sedt from and'resides permanently beyon< the limits of this State; It is ordered tha he do appear, plead, answer or demur ti this bill of complaint within three month from this date, and that this Order be pub lished for that space of time in the Cam den Journal, an J that in default of his thei appearing, an order pro confesso will bi granted against him. JAMES W. LANG, Com'r. Commissioner's Office, ) Feb. 18, 1840. Kershaw District. J [Pr's fee 86 For sale at the post-office Stationery & School-Books, Among which are the following: Woodbridge's Geography, with Atlas, Smith's do , do Willis' do do ureenieat's unglish Urammar, Kirkham's do do Murray's do do Adam's Arithmetic, . Smith's do Pike's do Key to do Walker's School Dictionary, Columbian Orator, National Reader, Murray's Reader, New York Reader, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, | Cabb's Juvenile Reader, Nos. 1, 2, & 3 Parley's Little Rendor, Parley's Tales of Europe, Africa, Asic and America,, i Child's first Book.pf History, do second do do. do first reading Lessons, Pocket Expositors, do Juvenile Instructor, Popular Lessons, Child's Instructor, N. York Spelling Book, EJementar^ do A Inlifikn? nf Volnrol Hictnrv do _ ofdifferent nation?, Receipt Books, Slates, of various sizes, Copy Rooks, Quills and Ink J) Steel Pens, by the card. Paint Boxes, Amanacs, of different kinds, for 1840, Blank Books of various sizes, Memorandum Books, Wafers, black and red, . Lucifer Matches, low by the dozen. '! E STRAYS. TAKEN up at the plantation of the late Col. John Chesnut deceased, two eslrays viz: a small COLT, two years old, three white feet and blazed face. Also, a brown bay mare PONEY, eight or nine years old, with a few white hairs about the rool of the tail, also a few saddle spots on the back. The said estrays were left in the possession of the subscriber. The owner ...I C .,1 IS reijutsieu UJ uumu lunvaiu, yay iajjcu' ses, and them away. C. H, DAVIS. Camden, March 29. 18 For Rent. The store next door south of the subscriber's Drug Store. JAMES R. McKAIN. March 21. SUMTER HOTEL ^TIHIS commodious establishment is now A open for the reception of Boarders and Travellers. The proprietor will en deavor ti> please ail who may tavor nun with a call, and respectfully'solicils tl?c pa-< tronage of the public. THOMAS STARKE. Camden, March 26. TEE SUBSCRIBER, WAVING restfmed his Academic Occupations, is now ready to receive pupils, or to attend at their residences either ai Camden or Kirktvood, forgiving instruc lion in the French, Spanish and Italian languages. Lessons to continue until the 1st of October, next; "He confidently relies on the support df his' friends, and will be thankful for the patronage of \ liberal public. ''* !il 1 P.MENARD. Camden May 16. - MORE NEW GOODS. - JTTS7 BECEIV3D, BY JONES & HUGHSON, ANOTHER SUPPLY of Gentlemen's ' Summer Wearj which will be I sold at their usual low rates. JdrThey have, also, a handsome article of Monslin de Lains, at 31 cents per yard. ' ALSO?A few casks first rate LONDON POUTER. May 9. t THE NEW WOREPT The Largest, Handsomei and Cheapest. 1 newspaper, aat t Edited by Park Benjamin, Epes Sarg east and John* NEall, and Published in New York, every Saturday by J. WINCHESTER, N'o. 90, Ann ' Street, at $3 in advance. The New World was commenced in October, 1839, and has obtained a circulation.of 20,000. li xnntninc ,i,? k??, ...kimono nf the the Litera ^ VWUVUIII9 UiC UCQt w. ^. - I ture of Europe and America, ha.\in? hitherto given 8 the first edition of the works of distinguished Enge lish writers, such as a Balwcr, Bnz, Knowles, Moore, Talfourd, jWi'ss Mitford, Mrs. Jameson, Marry at, iy Israeli. Ainswurth, <^c. .. And Original Communications from the best Native Writers, among which are those of Dewey, Bryant, Longfellow, Holmes, Dana, Street, <$-c. And all of which has been done without infrinB ging upon its character as a * Complete A- Comprehensive Newspaper! J T^he New World is specially valuable in the coun : t try from its affording to intelligent readers the best! 3 and newest Works at (he lowest possible price. A work which costs in England a Guinea and here s a Dollar, in the Book form is given in a number of ? the New World for Six Cents. For Three Dollars eacb-subscriber is sure to ob tain reading which costs in England Three Hundred Dollars, besides American productions, News. B and a great amount of reading matter. All Postmasters, who will do so, are requested to act as agents for the New World, and retain a com' mission of 50 cents 011 each subscriber for thier services. Clubs of Ele?en persons, who will remit at ono time, $25 fiee of postage, will receive each a copy one year. ; Letters must be addressed to the Publisher, and unless postpaid, will not be taken from the office. ^"^ Subscriptions received by P. THORNTON, P. M. Camden, S. C. I1KOTIIER JONATHAN, ! THE LARGEST PAPER IN THE WORLD!!! The proprietors of this mammoth sheet, the 'Groat Western" among the Newspapers, have the pleasure of spreading before tho reading public, a weekly periodical, containing a greater amount and variety of useful and entertaining miscellany, than is to be found in any similar publication in the world. Each number of the paper contains as largo an amount of reading matter, as is found in volumes of ordinary duodecimo, which cost two dollars, and more than is contained in a volume of Irving' lumbds, or Bancroft's, History of Columbus, a j ( cost three dollars a volume?all for six cents a , ...i oer, or uirce dollars a year. t Brother Jonathan being a genuine Yankee, and 1 that some things can be done as well as others, is dotormined to present his readers a Medi.ey hitherto unrivalled by any other paper, of Anecdotes, Allegories, Accidents, Biography, Bon Mots, Conversations, ' Crimes, Dramatics, Drolleries, Erratics, Essays, El- j oquence, Facotia, Geography, History, Jests, Learning, Morality, Maivels, Music, News, Novelties, Or- j atory, Poetry, Philosophy, Quiddities, Romance Reli- j gion, Sports, Spectacles, Sorrows, Sufferings, Trials, Talcs, Truths, Teachings, Wisdom, Wit, Wonders, f See. See. &c. As a family newspaper, Brother Jonathan will be i found to present- attractions beyond any other: "Ho comes, tko herald of a noisy world, News from all nations lumbering at his back." j The earliest intelligence, foreign and domestic, and the latest novelties in the literary world will be prompt- j ly served up for the gratification of the reader. ttTStrictly neutral hi politics, it will contain no- j thing in favor or against any party, and will as scdu-! lously avoid any of the controversies which agitate J ' the religious community. Strict morality, virtue, j i temperanco and indue try, good order benevolence, and \ ! usefulness to our fellow men, will bo advocated and j i inculcated in every number of Brother Jonatliau. I Terms of Brother Jonathan.?Tlirce Dollars in j ? advance. 1 For five dollars, two copies of the paper will bo sent for one year, or one copy two years. The EVENING TATTLER is published every ! ' day at the sanm office, and is put to press ot 12 o'- J clock, M., in season for the great northern, eastern i and southern mails, which close about 2 o'clock, P.! M. All country newspapers that give this prospectus } three insertions, will be entitled to an oxchango, on j sending a number of their papers to this office con-1 taining the advertisement. All communications and letters should be addressed, ; postage paid, to GRI3W0LD Sc CO. . _ ? 192 Nassau Street, New York. Stone Lime* 100 CASKS Stone Lime for sale by ALDEN & AUSTIN. March 28. NOTICE. A LL thoso who have recorded TVed n ; ;d iMo '?:?<T! s remaining in my off e, and the fees not paid, will find thorn soon in the hands of a Magistrate, for collection. GEORGE Q. McINTOSH, Reg* Mesne <5c Conveyances. May 8. it- a TO RENT. TtTT-n _..i ?:i .a.: II ,u_ x iicj suubui iuci win ifiu n;i nit- bummur ; season, or for the year, his House on the i Kirkwood road. WM. GARDINER. May 16; 3t24 Horse Bills, Printed at this Office | 3 Committed to the Jail i OF Lancaster Bistri^on Monday, thd 20th inst. as' a runaway, a negro wo- _ man who calls herself Jenny Dawson, and says she belongs to her husband, Bob Bawson, of Randolph County, N. C. and that she was brought to this Slate by a speculator by the name of Carter, and UlH-abe left said Carter near Taxahaw, itt thisfDistrict. Jenny is yellow complected, abottt fifty, years of age, speaks quick whea *j?o, ken to, and is qnUe intelligent. The*far| ner is requested to come forward, prbre property, pay charges, and take her away. ELLISON STRAWBRIDGE, v April 25. . Jailor L. D. INSURANCE OCMFANY os ?a <?.? " AGENCY AT CAMDEN.' NOTICE Lg hereby given, thai at a meet' ing of the Stockholders of this Con*-r i .I._:_ 11.11 L.l.l I I'i'uy, at uicir ijuii m vuiumuia, iitiu ' on the second instant, it was determined to bring the business of the Company to a final settlement; that no new risks taken; nor shall any already in existence be renewed. The Agency of the subscriber, for this Company, has, therefore expired, except as to the adjustment of any claim, which now exists, or may hereafter arise un? I der policies issued by him. AH persons having such claims, cither at present or in future, will present them for settlement. J. C. WEST. Camden, May 9. 1840. Dr. E. H. Anderson, Jr. OFFERS his professional services to the inhabitants of Camden and its vicinity. He may be found at the office formerly occupied by his father, Dr. E. H.* Axdersox. April 25^ Feeling my health somewhat improved, impatience of idleness, and par ucuiitriy irom uie motive ui assisting my son with my copnsel and personal attertion to patients, as far as my strength will permit, I wish to resume the practice of my profession, and may be found either at the old stand, or at Maj. McWillie's for the present. E. H. ANDERSON, M. D. April 25. IN EQUITY. LANCASTER DISTRICT: [ G. L. Masscv, Adiu'r. i vs > Bill for discovery and relief, j T. J. Wethers, et al. ) IT appearing to ilie satisfaction of the -? Commissioner, that Richard Williamson and William Gray, of the firm of Richard Williamson & Co., Joseph Kessam, i Edward H. Jacob, Jumcs A. Smith and ; William Bryce, of the firm of Kessam &, \ Co., defendants in the above staled case, are absent from and reside without the ! the limits of this State: On motion of J. 'Williams, Complainant's Solicitor, It is | Ordered, That the said defendants do an! swer, plead or demur to the bill, in the above stated case, within three months from the publication hereof, otherwise judgment pro confesso will be ordered against them. J. II. WITHERSPOON, Jr., C. E. L. D.. Comm'r's Office, March 28, 1840. (Printer'sfee 87) IN EQUITY LANCASTER DISTRICT. David Miller, vs. F. K. Brummittn Jno. E. Ingrem and Elizabeth Smith, etal. Bill for relief. TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Cnmmissionpr. ' ihnt. Fli^aliplh Smith. one of (he defendants in the above stated ease, is absent from and without the limits of this State: On motion of Whigiit, Complainant's .Solicitor, it is Ordered, that the said Elizabeth Smith do answer or demur to the bill in the above case, within three months frofn the publication hereof; otherwise judgment pro confesso will be entered against her. JAMES H. WITHERSPOON, Jr. Comm'r. Equity L. D. ' * Commr's. office, Feb. 22, 1840. Pr's fee, ?0J STRAYED FROM, the subscriber about the 1st of March last, a large red COW, with no visible brand or mark except one horn a little shorter than the other. I bought her of Mr. J.J. Dunlap, and it is probable she has made her way back to Flat Rock, ttr?->ai*o clia tonc raico/l A nv informnt'OH ir iiv4 v/ oiiv ?r uo i hio??m *? / so I get her will be thankfullv received. G. Q. McINTOSIf. May 30 2t30 v ffflHE subscribers have removed to the house immediately on Broad Street, 2 doors below James Conner's store where they will thankfully receive all orders in their line of business. Mcdonald & watson. May 30 3t26 " law: I*AMES P. DICKINSON, Esq. Altorney at Law, will practice in the Courts of Kershaw, Lancaster, Kichland and Sumter. Office in the North-west corner of the Court House, in Camden. May 23.