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, ;?-?r * Prospectus OF FOURTH VOLUME OF TIIE Rlagnolia. The December number rinses the 3 ' volume of this periodical, nm! in call. iri?; the attention of t?ur friends tun new volume, ii is utir happiness lt> slate, thai hiving overcome, in S'Vrne measure, the ililli'Milties inri<lent in tin; transfer nf onr U'nrk frniu the interior in this .city, anil other changes, we are now entitled in assure our siihs.wihprs l!\e "Mann dia," is jiheeil "iipnu a permanent Inundation its circulation is eslab'i-died, ind its coiilinuniire secured. To ofleet i! is more cc>tainlv; one half of tlie work has been disposed of odder such terms and contracts jts will essentially subserve its interests.? It will, henreftj^lh. I>e issued ill an enlarged form,, having a monthly addition of 10 nages, har dsomclv jo inled on superior paper, making at tl>e rlose of tlie year, a vajuni'' of nearly 800 double colmned payes; It will be punctually issued, positive arrangements to that effect have been made with the publisher, and the many hindrances which have hitherto impeded its progress having been overcome. In addition to the usual contributions from eminent writers the Editor has pleasure in t saying, thai he will be assisted in the literary department by some gentleman whose aid will greatly enhance the value of the j periodical, and imparl additional interest toils pages. It is the desire of the Editor In make t^ie 'Magnolia' a,standard pnpular Magazine, and In accomplish this, he is determined to devote to it every energy in order to mark it worthy of the patron a<r*? nf the friends of Southern literature. To such he presents his claims, confident that the growing reputation of the work; ~ and die peculiar advantages under which it will hereafter be issued, will lead litem to sustain, by liberal subscriptions, a periodical whose intrinsic value is now so much increased. Terms for the enlarged volume, the same as for the former, 85 a year in advance Editors, to whom the "Magnolia" is sent, a re respectfully requested to insert -this Prospectus. Frf-nnvnh Gm. T)rc. IT. PRICES REDUCED. THE si?T>sjcn:>er will dispose ofhis remaining stock f NEGRO CLOTHS. BLANKETS, BAGGING and ROPE, at very reduced prices, previous In the first of January next Tno?c wishing to supply themselves with any of the above Goods, can li ive them on the best terms for cash, or on a co-dil till thc-first of January. Also?(Jtl haul, anc wiu <>c snni cnsip, \ supply of F1 nncls, B-o.idcloths, Cassimercs and Votings, uome of ihein very handsome. Also. Fincy Silks and Chnllys, Frrnch and English Meri. novs, Fancy Plaids, French, Eiglish and American Prints, f'sliionahle Hats and Paps. Vu-chasers arc invited to call and examine for themselves E. W. BONNEY. Jl^T RECEIVED. A splendid assortment of SEGARS Among the lot are to he found the relebrat ed brands f Liberal, Impereal, Britannia. La'E<peranza, Canones, Venus and deques, in quarter and eighth bnves. For catlow. W. J. GERALD Regimental Order, To tlir fifth Rrgiment of Cavalry. 1 Ri.'iinen'al Court Martial is hereby ordered 1 , o be held at Columbia on Saturday the 15th day of January nev-, at ten o'clock, A. M. for the trial of all defaulters. The Captains are required *o make a re urn of the defaulters in their respective companies to the President of the Court. The Con# to consist of Major Davis, President; Capt. James Adams, Capt. T. Ancrum, Capt A. 'Taylor, Capt. Manning, Lieut Hampton, Lieut. R. Richardson. By order of Jas. B Richardson', Col. JAMES CHESNUT, Jr. Dec. 29. Adj'L 5th Reg't. Cavalry. TT f he Carolinian will give the above one insertion. J. C. LAW NOTICE. * S>1 VRT indT S. ANDERSON, have formed $ , a partnership in the practice of Liw in and for the, Districts of Lancaster &Kershaw. One or the nth may at nil limes he found at their office in Camden. Nov. 15. 051 J. SMART Will hereafter attend at his oftico at Sumter Court House on the first Monday and Tuesday in every wt _ L i r month. ixov. 10. WE11AM HUNTER, book-binder, charlotte, n. c. * FFERS his services to the citizens of Camden, S. * C. and its vicinity, and assures those who may patronize him thai from the promptness and style in which ho executes orders, he will give general satisfaction. EFPersons wishing binding done, can, by leaving their work at the Camden Journal Office, have it forwarded an returned without any expense for car? iajre. Nov. 24 Fresh Garden Seeds. subscriber has just received a complete snp. 1 ply of frcs'i g rd *n seeds, of the growth ol 1841, which he offers to his friends, on good terms. ALSO?A consignment of choico Double Dah. lias, Geraniums, Rose Trees, Oleanders, Jessamines, it?j x\,?. &C. &>C. WIIICII arc uuvicu iu ura ....... a ... York prices. He will also rcciovc in a few days, a lot of choice Peach Trcas. Nectarines &c. JAMES ft. McKAIN. Dccembor, 19. Est rayed. From the subscriber, on Sunday the 13 h inst., a light bay horse Mule, having marks of gear.? Any perron giving information" so that I get him sh*ll be rt.iroi'ii'ilv rewarded. V, . Will. H. PEEBLES. Sumter District, 16 miles below jjumden." D-.-ceniber 29, 1011. V T r-4. * '* . * . * t p - , ' - ' dife - 'r N* r;;nrrpai-:i n j ' 1 ?' a? Taxes. "jVT nti^R is hereby given that I will open l.>| books en the first day of Febnnry next, nl ihe store of James Dunlap in Camden for collecting the Taxes-for? 1841, a.nd will attend at. the following places on the t following daysfor the same purpose j Oil Monday, 2S Febuaryat Ltoeily Hill: [ on Tuesday ist of March at Flat-Rock; ?>?. > Wednesday, 2d of March at liufialo; on I Thursday, 3d of March at Lizenbv's; ?> : Friday,'i h of March at' Schrock's Mill: I on Saturday 5th of March at Curetun's Mill. r, - - - , Alter the above named times, I will attend at Camden until the firstdav of April > i . i. _ '.?nf 'If XI, ill WtllCll 11 >'P Uie linimji UIH ii v< I \ be closed, and all defaulters double j t ixed. J. W. DO BY, T. C. K. D. Jan. 5. 1842. T in Cabn's illorlb of Jasljion. A new M ntk'.i/ Magazine with thabove titic. embe'lished with (he earliest Fashions from. Paris and London, ele gant Steel and Mezzotint Engravings, Lace Work. Embroidery. Music, ect will be issued early in December ill advance ?>f tb?- oilier Magazine* lor January.? The work will be devoted especially tothe ladies; and w II be issued in a style never before attempted in this country. It will rontain articles fr>?m.tbe roust popul -rand pleasing writers of the day on every variely of subject, but the work will lie in the main devoted to the cultivation of home virtues. He'fvfte most of the stories will be of practical, domestic character, front the pel s of our b*st female writers, vliilf the earliest fashions in all their varieties shall be correctly "ivpnt so as to make the work welcome at every fireside. In the halls of the fashionable and gay,?the home of the virtuous matron, .vliose own needle supplies tier raiment, as well as in the store and sewing rbpm of the mantua maker and milliner. THE MAIN DESIGN OF THE WORK. THe prominent design of the Miig zioe .. ill ho i? furnish in elctrant and attractive " " " """ --- - - o style, the earliest, most correct, and full report in advance of all the other Magazines, and prior to the- issuing < (' them 'iere, of the Monthly Fashions direct from Paris ami London. The advantage 1 of this to every lady. wis m.ik. ? taste in ' li-ess the least matter : , -.-ill t m er- 1 be apparent, and to the professional dress [i k- r a.'.) iniiiii'ci it !! t' iti'd States,the entprpri<e i 1 he "f iucabu! tide ad. vantage. It is preposad to issue every month a number and variety of costume, .vhirh will put to the blush every thing in he way of monthly repo is of the Fashions heretofore attempted. For this purpose the publisher has embarked the most ample means and resour-J cos in the enterprise, and has matured his plans both in this rniuilry and in Europe prior to commencement. It has been a favorite project, and has been deliberately unde i'. a oji,. carried through vigorously. The first number will give an idea of the beauty and real excellence of the plates. ELEGANT STEEL ENGRA VINGS. In order to render the work ornamental ill the high -I :l !? '-?-. .hi . i > in.i i : a lerfectparlor companion^ and an oni" rent to the cent e table, as well as enteraiiiing in its literature, and useful in the style of the fashion plates, it is proposed to issue the most elegant Stvel and Mezr. itiul engravings limn the first artists in the e ititilry i?I?!-.?r.i:?-il l>v e' nice and > t>? -lining ?.?*?r - ? f ' -*ie Mf<-. 'I' ry the style of illustrations, occasional Lacc Patterns and Emhroidrri/. U"t out in unsurpassed beauty and truth, by that excellent artist F. Quarte, Esq. will also lie given; and to leave nothing undone, at iitnes, will be given, lite most popular and eUganl Music of the diiv. Snugs; ti-illnpades, Marches, ect. THE TYFUUHAfll 1. The work will he printed on clear and beautiful typp, on a page larger than any three dollar Magazines, with fine margin, and strung, white paper, nod will contain as much matter as can be compressed into thirty-six large octavo pages. TIME OF DELIVER Y. The Magazine will be issued on or h fore the loth of the month proceeding the month for which it will be published, or dated,, or about the time the steamships which sail from Europe on the first of the month, usually arrive. Thus the work will he in the hands of every subscriber with the most-correct fashions before they can be got out here, and anticipating all other Magazines at IohsI six weeks. THE TERMS. To bring the work within the reach of all, it will be issued at tu o dollars per annum for a single, or three copies five dollars in advance, post paid. The cheapness f the work will be at once appreciated, when we stale that the London World of Fashion retails in this country at 810 per annum, and the Lady's World of Fashion will include every variety in the same style of excellence. TO CLURS. 3 Copies f<>r <55- 8 do for 810. Current funds, post paid. Piano* Received, TIIE subscriber lias just received a few PIANO FORTES, on consignment. One of Ihcrn isol Chickeri.ng's very best make, with iron frame, and i threo pedals. Those wishing to purchase, arn requested to call soon, as they will he sent to Columbia il - sot disposed of in a short lime. They will be sold at Charleston prices. Nov. 30 E. "W- BONNLY ? . ' A CARD. DR. Wji. Rkaxolds desires to inform his friends and tho public gencrully, tbut having entered into onnecfion with Dr. B landing, of Cojumbia, he will now devote himself entirely* to the practice of ?EMTISTRI. This, occasion cannot be allowed to pa?3, without a sincere expression of gruleful acknowledgements to his friends and patrons for that confidence which jias always been manifested towards him, whilst before tliem as a medical practitioner. Now about to cmbark extensively, in the practice of Dentistry, he begs to assuro thorn that it shall be hj^Laim, still to preserve this confidence; and in alFldS Dental Operations, (surgical or mechanical,) to give such satisfaction as will insure a continuance of it. The well-deserved and extensive reputation which Dr. Blandiag has long since acquired, needs no comment. Therefore, when thus connected, the hope is [ expressed, that without presumption, uiey may iwn. or that confidence from an enliglitoncd and d sccrnng public, which lliey severally and indi- iduully anoyod. J :t; 19 ; Notice. WHEREAS, no letters of administration on the estate of Lodowick Thnm| son, si n. deceased, have t ern aj plied lor since bis death, in pursuance of the snoute, I have tiken possession of such of his effects as could be found All persons indebted to said Thompson arc required to make immediate payment, and a'.l those having demands against the said estate are required to hand them to tins office, leg illy attested J. VV. BASKIN, Ordinary K. D. Ordinary's Office, Sept. 22, 18-11. tl42 ESTRAY. South Carolina?Lancaster District. TOLLED before me this day as an Es; tray, a bright sorrel Horse (gelding) about fourteen and a half hands high,, seventeen years old, blaze face, loft shoulder ami leg nearly while; the left uostril cut or split; lie is very low in flesh. Appraised at ten dollars, and may Gesof* at Dr. Edward Terrill's near this place. The owner is requested to c uric forward, prove oroperty, pay charges mil take hini away. 'K. t. MORGAN, iVhigisiiatc. Taxahaw, Oct. 8, 1841. t'4 > LAN S R SALE. i:\ lh^L 11' X?ljancasicr xyroi/?.<. John C. Baskin and others, vs. Isbon Ingrem and others. BY virtue of the decree of the Court of Equity made in the above case, I will offer for sale at the store of Cnpt. Tlios. L. Clyburn, in Lancaster District, on the third Monday, 17th of January, 1342, tiic following Tracts of JjAND, situate in Kershaw District, belonging to the estate of Charles Ingrem: Tract, containing 419 acres, on the west, side of Littio Lynches creek, adjoining lands of Benj. Jlaile, J hi acts tlaile, NatLaul^I llougb, and L. Ferguson. Also, >' c Tract, containing 121 acres, on tlie east side of said creek, adjoining the above tract, and lands of James Bask in. Terms?As much cash as will pay cost*; the balance on a credit of one and two years, with interest from the day of sale. The purchrser to give bond and good security. JAS. H. WITUERSPOON, Jr. Dec. 15. 1841. [S3] c. E. t. d. The ESciaawacd ilorae, BEP.TFwAiTD, JTJITIOR^ W! LL stand the next season at the plantation of the subscriber, in Clarendon county, Sum. tcr district, and lie let to mares at scvunly-Avc dollars tiic season, and one dollar to the Groom. The money for the season, or a negotiable note given before the inare is taken away. Gentlemen sending mares from a distance, to the care of the subscriber, can have them fed at fifty cents per day. Every care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, nut no liability for either, should they occur. DESCRIPTION. BERTRAND, JUNIOR is about 5 feet, 2 inches high, of a deep chcsnut color, without any white, of perfect symmetry, great muscular dcvclopemcnt, and commanding appearance. He was foaled or. tho 2d of April, 1827. PEDIGREE. BERTRAND, JUNIOR was sired by the famous horse, old Bertrand, who was got by old Sir Archy, whoso pedigree I deem unnecessary to give. His dam Eliza, (full sister to the well-known liorvc Galla. tin,) by tho imported Bedford; g. darn, the imported marc Mumbrino. Bertrand Junior's dam. Trans, port, was got by Virginius; her dam the celebrated running mare Nancy Air. For her pedigree sec American Turf Register, vol. 2, page 309.) Virginius was got by the imported liorso Dioined: his dam, Rhea, wasgot by Chatham; his g. dam by Eclipse; his g. g. darn by the imported horse Shark; his g. g. g. dam by the imported horse Silver Eye; his g. g. g g. darn by the imported Horse Valiant. I deem it unnecessary to trace tho pedigree of Bertrand, Jr. further, as his stock is so well known throughout tho United States. Transport, his dam was never beaten a four mile, nor never put up in a race of four miles, after a mile and a half; and novor lost but one race, and that a three mile handy cap race, and then not in condition. Bertrand, Junior's limbs are as fine this day, as they were at three years old, with a singlo blemish, ano his appearance that of a colt. Tho season to comtncnco on the first of February, and end on tho first of June. Servants boarded gratis. No accommodation for white men coming with mares. They must board somewhere in the neighborhood. WILLIAM H. B. RICHARDSON. Dee. G. 14tl. Seasosicd Lumber. A FEW thous mil feet of SEASONED LUMBER, lor sale Dec. 14. JONES & HUGH30N. i Notice. " - - nf i rorewarn an persona num uuuu.g ,%? .? ? [ hand of mine, given to Jeremiah Moore, dated the I lGtli of November last, as it was g ven for unsound property. (J. BA1LEY? December 29, 1941. L T , ' * V. * ; *f L* ~ ** i** -Jf . ; \tpii7 j fsrti? ?filn? 1^1 JLi f f V-UJ-rfU-J. ? ??? THE subscribers have 'just .reretveu their FALL ami WINTER supply of GOODH, which they .$f>sign spJfing e ven lower than their usual rates. They consist, in pari' of the following, viz: FANCY GOODS. Superior blk. Gro. de Rhine, " '? " Swiss, single am double width, " bhie-blkt Afriquej" " colored figured Pou de Soic, ii ii plain " " " black and colored satin, " figured satin Vcstings, " plain blk. " " " black French Boinbazm, " " Silk Velvet, ?, Black and white English silk Hose,* " ?' " Gloves, " French and Italian Crape, Italian sewing Silk on spools, Super striped Chally, I Single and double width Mouslin de Laines, Super Taglionicnnes, a new article for ladies' dresses ( [ A handsome assortment >f fai cy Shawls and Hdk's 1 Black and colored silk Cravats. A complcto assortment of Stocks, (new style,) ( Hemstitch linen cambric Handkerchiefs, various , qualities, Cambric and thrond Edgings and Insertings, A handsome assortment of Satin, Bonnet, Cap and Taffeta Ribbons. ^ Ladies' black and colored Kid and Hoskin Gloves. , ' Fi)I?t Pnti/>nl(iu i " Fancy do. , 8-4 black Fillet Shawls, G-4 Damask silk do. 7-4 Bla:k spun do do. ' White and black Morino Shawls, J Black and scarlet Tiiibet do. embroidered Large Brocho do. Ilundsomo Tagliorii do. <c LINENS. Irish Linons, of every description". Linen Sheeting, Damask Diaper. Fine Barnslcy Diaper, Bird eye Diapor, J Fine satin Damask Napkins. " " " Tray Cloths. " " " Table do.J " plain " do. do. j " J " brown " do. do. I Brown and bleached Towels. I Russia and Scotch Diaper, Brown Hollands and I Lawn Lawns, Russia shirtings and sheetings, I Colored Tubic covers. ^ Cotton Goods. Super Marseilles Coats. Super Mcrscilles Quilts. j White and colored corded skirls. ( Furniture and cambric dimity. Plain, figured and cross bar'd swiss niuslin.J &, " book muslin. , f 1-.:.. ...I nrntiv linr"d muslins. IsOllon cam.ni^.i u.iu ..... Jaconet and rnull muslins. Bishop lawns, groen borage, for Veils. ^ Handsome black lace veils, j Plain and figured bobbinct, black and white. Linen and cotton wire luce, Single and double width Scotch Ginghams. Bleached and Suffolk drilling, Brown shirting and sheeting of every quality, Blcaehcd " ' " " Blue drill and york denims, Apron cheeks and bed tick, ] Striped and plaid homespun. < Furniture and English Prints. Calicooe, at 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 van for one dollar. Woolen#. Super Blue Cloth, Super Invisible Green Cloth " Black do wool dyed. " Brown do " Oxford mix'd cloth, super Saxony Cassimpros. Sattincts and Kentucky Jeans. White, green, red and yellow Flannels. Super Welch and gauze do. j Printed Salisbury do. English, G:rman and Fronch Merinos. Handsome ng'd Valencia Veatings. " " Merino do. (new article.) " Scotch Plaid. Worsted dimask, and Zephyr worsted. i Double chained Negro Linsey. f Plaid Linsey and Negro Kerseys. London Dutlil Blankets, superior quality, Supor Mackinaw do. Shoes. Gentlemen's fine Calf Shoes and Bootees. " stout Kip do. do. Boy's fine Calf do. do. " stout Kip do. do. Ladies English and French Kid Slippers* " Morocco nnd Seal Walking Shoes. " Leather Walking Shoes and Bootees. Misses Kid nnd Prunelle Slippers. " Morocco ant] Seal Walking Shoes. " Leather Shots and Bootees. Childrcn'3 colored and black Morocco Boots. " ?' ' " Shoes. " Leather Boots and Shoes. " colored Gaiter button Boots, a new article. Jj-'Tlic above Shoes having been made to onr order by Ryan &. Haverstick, of Philadelphia, and White & Parrnalco, cf Durham, purchasers may safely depend on their giving satisfaction, 500 pair Men's and Boy's Russett Bootes, made to order by Daniel Smith, of Orango, and warranted to stand. ON HAND, OF OUR OWN MAKE: 2,000 pair of Negro Shoes. Also?a complete assortment of Gentlemen and Youth's Hats and Caps, Wool Hats, Seal Caps, Ladies Straw and Florence Bonnets of every quality, Seal Trunks, Fancy Baskets, Per* fumcry, Umbrellas, Crockery, Hardware. Saddlery, Bagging, Rope, Twine, Iron, German Steal, Ironware, Groceries, &c. &c. JONES & HUG 11 SON. or; WARNING. PERSONS having claims against Theodrick Wren, dcc'd- in any shape, will / resent thorn to the subscriber lor payment. T. K. CURETON, Adm'r. Oct. 13. BARGAINS. THE subscriber having purchased a choice stqck of Reasonable GOODS at. the North, at REDUCE I, PRICES, offers the same Much IjOWer than have heretofore been sold in Camden.? They consist in part asfolloWs: Colored Embroidered Mouslin Detain ) A beautiful do Satin striped Mouslin Detain } article. Plain black and half mourning do. Mouslin -Delain, at very low prices Col'd fig'd Orleans de Flora, a new article for Laditef y/Dresses, S*,...-" * Merinoes; of every description Fine and superfine blaftk and bine-black Bombazine, CALICOES, OF 5VERV DESCRIPTION. Mourning 'rtnid half mourning English Prints, Super new style t rints, Handsome Ginghams, White and colored Corded Skirts, Forniture Erints, new style, Furniture and Cambric Dimity, Bishop Lawns, Spool Cotton, very low,. Apron Checks, Bed Tick, SILKSSuperior black and bluc-hlack gro. Du Alpine Silk, do. black gro. d'A Iger do. do. black and blue-black De Rhine do. Chine Silk Hankkerchiefs, Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs, assorted colour*, Black English Silk Hose, French Silk Hose and Gloves, Superior French Crape, gentlemen's Silk Handkerchiefs, Superior..SfcwmgSrlks, Black arid Slue-black Silk Velvet, Black Satin, very stout, ErSNEETS. [rish Linens, of every quality, Bird Eye Diaper, Brown Linen Damask Tabling Diaper, 31cacbcd Damask Tabling Diaper, 3ordcrcd Towels, Brown Holland, Russia Diaper, Superior Lawn Lawns, Pink and blue Linen Clack#, damask Tabic'Clothej Brown Table Cloths, Colored Fancy TableXaivcrs. WOOXEETS. Superfine Wool-dyed Block Cluth, do Invisible Green do do Blue, Citron Grcon, Cadet mixed and Brown Cloths, Superfine London Cussimeres, ientucky Jenns and Suttijoetts, jondon Duffle:Blankctsr Fancy and Blankets, S'egro Iversheys, Extremely Low. llixcd English Plains, very low. .Vide Green Bucking Baize, Sup Heavy Druggits, for capcting or crnni cloths, lob Roy Shawls, Superior.Gauze Flannels, led, yellow rind white Flanels, Spotted Salsbury Flannels, Superior Fancy Vestings, &c. DomcsJics. Virginia Cotton Oznnbnrgs, very low. Brown Shirtings and Sheetings, Bleached do do Bluo striped and Plaid Homespuns, Bed Ticks and Checks, Also?a fresh stock of LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S SHOES, .4.9 follows: Ladies' French Kid Slippers, do Kid Whulking Shoes, do Seal and Morocco Slippers, .Uisst's ouppcrs, ;ti'ts(8 v* niKing oiioes, jcnllcmpn's Shoes and Boots, &,c. &c, ALSO?A complete assortment of Hardunre, BlacksmilJCs Tools, Saddlery, Bagging Rope, Twine and Groceries. Sept. 8. ' H. LEVY. STATE OF SOUTH-CAROLINA. LANCASTER DISTRICT In the Court of Common Pleas. Burroll McLcmore, vs. Charles Davis, Declaration in Attachment. Jackson Millor, vs. Sbadiick Wriglit, Declaration in Attachment. John K. Wright, vs. William Royallr Declaration in Attachment, WHEREAS, the Fin in tills in the nbore stated cases did, this day, file their declaration in my office against the Defendants, who areaheenl und without the limits of this Elate, and hating neither wile nor attorney within same, on whom to servp a copy of the said declaration, with a tule to plead thereto. It is ordered, That the sail! D fondant do appear and p'ead to the s id deelarationton or before tho first dny of November, Anno Dbinini 1812 or aa order for judgment will he grnnfeir-hv default. S RECKR-A_\l. Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 30, 1841. p'isfie jjti CLOTHING. The subscribers Jiave made arrangements with one of the first Tailors in the city of New York to keep them constantly supplied with a complete assortment of GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING, which they are authorized to warrant, Tlio assortment consists in part, of the following articles, viz: Blue and black dress cloth Coats, of every quality. 41 " and green froct do 44 Sattinett &, Kentccky Jeans Coatees & frock Coats Beaver, Flushing and Pilot Overcoats. Blue & blk. cloth aud cassimerc Pants, every quality. Sultinet and Kentucky Jeans do ' Fine plain and fig'd Satin Vests, 44 Silk Velvet do. " Valencia do. Also?Shirts, Bosoms, Collars, &c. They have also engaged the services of a first rate Tailor, who will be in constant attendance at the store and will make CIoj thing to order at the shortest notice. JONES & HUGH SON. (warden Seeds. rw^IIE subscriber lias just received his soppfv of 5 GARDEN SEEDS, from Baltimo.e, Md. Tvarr.mted fresh and genuine. Dec. 22. A. PEURIFOY. Head Quarters, Order No. ? Cmrendos, Nov. 7, 1841. -j W TAVI.OR E.n having been appointed <? ? Aid-de-Camp t?> His E.welln cv the Governor, with the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel, wiil b? obeyed and respected accordingly. < By ordor of the Commander-in-Chief, JOHN L. MANNING, Aid-de-Camp.