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people now residing upon the said Territories
within the limits of New Mexico and Upper and Lower California, shall l>e incorporated into the Union of the United States, and he protected in the free enjoyment of their liberty and property, and admitted as soon as may be consistent with I ho principles of the Federal Con* stitution, to the enjoyment of all the rights, privileges and immunities of the citizens of the United States, Sue. 3. And be if further Resolved, That all tho titles and to Ileal Estate, valid under the. existing laws of New Mexico and Upper and Lower California, shall be deemed and held so by the Govemwent of the U. States. a? ? a _j L. 7????7...,,7 Thn? oec. *. j\hu uc u jwrnoi uwwn,u, ..... ..... Public Lands in the said Territories of New Mexico and Upper and Lower California, shall be subject to the laws regulating the public Lands in the other Territories of the United States, subject, however, to such alterations and changes as Congress may Irorn time to time think proper to make. Sue- 5. And be it further Resolved, That from and after the passage oflhese Resolutions, the laws of the IT. States shall be and the same are hereby extended over, and declared to be in force in the said Territories of New Mexico and Upper and lower California. Mr. Bo TTsoffered sotne important resolutions -of inquiry ~?n the House, relative to the opera, tion of the Sub Treasury scheme, and the right of the President to imposo and collect taxes in Mexico. In the Senate Mr. Niles presented two memj orials from Connecticut, praying a change in the'law imposing the present postage on nowspapers. *- i^Alr.Dix presented a petition from Mrs. B. Decatcr Twiggs, widow of Maj. Twiccs, and morher of Lieut. Twiggs, both of whom fell in -L :.u POt;?f war wiiu ,?iua?uw y l*j '"o ' Mr. Atchison presented seven resolutions of ithn Legislature of Missouri: -'1. Relative to the formation of a Slate out of the territory West of Misouri. "2. Asking a donation of lands. Relative to the pay of mounted Volunteers. ** IF. Relative to French and Spanish claims**?>. Relating to the Tariff of 1840. Relating to the 8th section of the Act for the admission of Missouri and its application to *nj. hew territory which may he acquired. T AH of which were appropriately referred, as -were several other private memorials, presented by;Messrs. Cass, Corwin, Benton, Hanneayt,J)Avm. and Berrien. "* Nxles from the Committee on the PostOffice and Post Roads, reported a Bill to amend an Act to amend the act of 1845, relative fo compensation of Post-masters. ' On motion of Mr. Westcott, a hill to pro*$de additional examining clerks in the Patent office and for additional fees in certain cases, ti-a* taken up, hut before any action thereon, flic further consideration of the Bill was postjjoned till tomorrow. ^ T>vo messages were received from the Presifit ofthe U. S. 1st In replyto Mr. Berrien's RjHioiution calling for a letter of Gen. Taylor the subject of the most suitable line to he oc gjjtpted by the U. S. 4 "2d. In reply to a resolution calling for certain ?wrrespondence of (Jen Scott's. r The Senate proceeded to the consideration 'of^he Ten Regiment Bill, when Mr-Downs ^ spoke about two hours and a half in defence ol the war, in its origin and progress, of the policy J eifthe Executive, and of the bill. Mr. Douglass obtained the floor. Giddixgs, ofthe FIousc, offered a reso ftrtion, for a select committee of five, to inquire ^ 'whether the slave trade is carried on in the District of Columbia, and if so, by whRt particular authority, and whether any modification of the law is necessary. "Mr. Holmes, of S. C., moved to lay the reso. lution on the table. Lost 87 to 91, and resolution then laid over, Mr. Stephens eipressing a desire to debate the same. V "A resolution was adopted requesting the President to communicate the letter of Gen. Taylor, of 27th January, 1847, in answer to the Secretary of War. of which a copy was communicated to the House on the 18th of March last. "Mr. Holmes, of S. C., introduced a bill to Create the office of Assistant Secretary ofState tfnd for other purposes. Read twice and referred. " aAlso, a resolution ol inquiry, which was adopted, to raise the rank of officers in the navy ^ cheating the rank of Admiral. J "Mr. Clingman* introduced a resolution calling on the President for the plan of the campaign by Gen. Scott; the charges upon which a Court of Inquiry has been ordered, and all communications from Gen. Scott to the Secrotary of war, since the capture of VerfcCruz. fcies'over." JfH*: From the South Carolinian. LIEUT. JAMES WILLIS CANTEY. ~ Whenever men fall in the performance of beroic actions, bravely upholding the flag of their country, and vindicating front dishonor the nntional escutcheon, instinct summons to the ijounden duty of perpetuating their names and Commemorating their patriotism. They who have rallied as the "cross of fire" swept past, and with strong hands and loyal hearts, have borne, their country's "nailed colors" where the battle-god played fiercest, and the battletider pressed hardest, have found a nation's heart tITeir Mansoleum, and a nation's fears, their fu rtetal tribute. Past time may claim storied urn fcnd monumental marble, mountains carved into barbaric monuments of scepterd sway, and bra sen statutes constructed from battles'spoliated trophies; but prouder far is America's Repuhli. Wtn- memorial. The laurel enwreathed with itfypress, the nation's heart bowed down at the _ fiearth-stor.e of the afflicted and desolate. From the starry throng of those, who in Mexico, lost their lives upon the bloody and brilliant fielJs of yrar, we may be allowed to select tha youthful hero, whoso name heads our article. True to the memories of his manhood and race, he was ftmong the first to respond to the tapping drum And btiglo blast, and enrol himself in the volunteer band, whose meteoric exploits have constellated anew tire Palmetto State, and won for bar a fresh diploma of renown. Loyal in heart, faithful in friendship, generous in sentiment, manly in feeling, and bravo in spirit, he was watched as he moved from among us with the endearing solicitude and yearning sympathy of friends, flavin" iust emerged from the oortals "WT"?' o ? i of the College, crowned with the unbought :ind loyal love of his class and friends, he had a glo. rious Career to run. As he rallied around old Kershaw's banner, erected over the grave of De Kalb, elastic in spirits and resplendant in mafthood, we knew the warrior gage was his, that his step would be where honor was, and only tupplicated that the bloody tide of battle might roll past, and not engulp htm in its sanguinary torrent. Exemplary in discipline, deroted to bis duties, punctilious in honor, his yarrior friends point to him as the model of a man and soldier, Worn down by fatigue, was aw?n? w??? ted by disease, and exhausted by his unintermitted duties when the bugle summoned him to the tented field, he was fitter for the hospital than the fierce shock of battle. But to rest upon his shield, when the banner of his foe flaunted in his face, was more than his proud spirit could brook. Like the princely eagle that swoops from his lofty eyry to bear away the struggling, shrieking prey, he tore down with impetuous gallantry upon the resisting enemy, and threw his life into (lie scale of battle to redress the palpitations of the balance. Covered with honor at Contreras and Churbusco, it was left for Chapultopec to rear its colossal pile, the memorial of his gallantry and death. In com- 1 mand of his company, through the sickness of the Captain, he led them with unquailling and heroic bravery across the plain to the storming of the bastioned fortress, and while the regiment was blasted by the sirocco of battle, he was conspicuous in advance, with only victory in his eye, and marking with his sword a bright pathway of glory. Cut down in that terrific passage of battle, he lived long enough to see our flag floating from the grim heights of Cha1 ...It^nnn ?n'l .U-wt ac >nlr1!ars tr?V?? fO (lit*, afllid j J M I 11 V7 4. 5 U1IU Iliru ?40 Cl/|UI V jw ?x- ? J tlif! rapture of strife, with his own banner waving above him. and wild shouts of triumph ringing round him. The sodded turf that shrouds him, never pressed a nobler form. When the tiding* of our unparallelled success came, followed by the blighting tale of our losses, his renown was among the richest of our legacies, his death anjong the heaviest of our disasters. Though the battle was fought in a stranger land?lighted tip by a stranger sun, Carolina, vitiated with the pulsations of the strife, like a land-locked bay, shut out Irom the tempest's rage, but which feels, in the undulations of its shattered waters, the commotions of the storm-beaten waves that roll so fiercely j without, she rocked upon the billows of the i fight, and hung upon the varying events of the j day. Never can she forget her Palmetto Regi | mcnt, for, in the language of one of her noblest orators, "they have made her, not the daughter, of the Scipios, but the mother of the Gracchi," and never can she let die the names of these chieftains, whose stahvarth hands bore her banner to bat tic and to victory. 'Twould be sacrilege that names liko these should perish, but humanity is rescued from the misfortune, for they cannot die. In the eloquent and beautiful language of the author of "My Dreams," " Who dares to say they died! The great who sunk to rest, What though his might stern death hath tried j Who dzre to say that these have died?" ! When history adjudges her virats and -pereats, . lustrous will be their resurrection on the chro- j ; nicle of time and bright in the enrolment will . ^ > 'o I j D(? uailiey s name. i rut-, m ouij : of intercourse, he was a man to he loved, and a soldier without reproach. A CLASSMATE. CHARLESTON MARKETS. week ending friday evening, fer. 4. Cotton.?Received the past week by Rail I road 7652 bales, by water and wagons, 5534 I bates, together 13.186 bales, (corresponding J week last year, 12,805 bales.) Exported in ; the same time to foreign ports 6518 bales, j coastwise 1238 bales, making the total exports ! of the week 7756 bales; and leaving on hand a | stock of 42,180 bales, inclusive of 5534 bales j on shipboard not cleared, against a stock ofi 61,922 bales 6atne time last year. The receipts of Uplands have been gradually I increasing for the* last three weeks, both at this, | as well as most other ports, and the deficiency of somewhat over 100,000 bales, received lees, previous to that time, than at the same period la-t year, has now been reduced to about 80,000 bales. We must make mention, however, that among our own arrivals a much larger propoRion of stained Cottons are received, than is usual at this season of the year, and which generally has been considered, heretofore, as a strong indication of a short crop. Our last report left the Upland market, after a very active demand during the week then passed, on fne day of its close, in rather a depressed slate, the | transactions on that day, although of a fair j ; amount, being entered into by buyers with less j | animation than during the previous part of the ' week, and indicating, altogether, a downward | tendency of prices. On Saturday the market opened and remained very quiet buyers looked about seemingly nv*w./?iIrr to ho inpl fiv holders with some con. j V.IJF- Q ? " 1 ' " - " ! cessions, which, however, not being granted, | the sales reached but 400 bales, without change 1 in prices. Since then the general state of<hc i market has been of an unsettled and contrary ! character, and we might add without any fixed rates, for while, with a tolerably fair demand j each day, hclders, in some instances, realized j former prices; they could only effect sales in 1 others by making concessions of some descrip- ; tion, reported to have equalled, in some cases, i a decline of 1-8 a 1-4 cent. Huyers, at the j same time, were equally unable to operate to ! j any extent at a marked decline, particularly for; i the better qualities; and while, therefore, we i retain in our quotations .below the outside fig- j j ures of our*former, we give the lowest inside j as the criterion of sales when offered by hold- j ers. The daily transactions have been as follows: on Saturday 39o bales, on Monday 799, on Tuesday 1421, on Wednesday 9G3, on Thurs- 1 day 711, and yesterday 51 hales. Early in the morning of that day telegraphic advices of the Acadia's arrival, end brief statements ol the | markets at Liverpool were received, and as ! usual, being considered very imperfect and not | of a very reliable character, the market came j almost to a dead stand, the amount taken being 1 ; for immediate shipment. The following are i the particulars of the week's sales, in all amounting to 4339 bales: 140 bales at 7 7-8, 959 at 7 3 4,189 at 7 13-10, 805 at 7 3-4, 803 at 7 5 8 170 at 7 9-16, 700 nt 7 1-2, 22 at 7 ! 3-8, 97 at 7 l-4?357 at 7, 192 at 6 7-8 77 at 0 3 4 25 at 0 5-8 359 at 0 1-2 90 at 0 14. Coffkk.?The sale of 0500 bags Rio. advertised at auction as per our last, came ofr on j Thursday last, and was well attended. About : 5000 bags sold at from 7 a 7 3-4, a very small ; 1 portion only at the lower figure?the bulk av. I eraging 7 5-8. Molassks.?The receipts of the week have ! I i i ... ,.r too l.v.i? ueeil i?* iiaui^ I/I i \j\t I/Iiin, ; [ New Orleans. Sales of different parcels, in [ all some 500 bids., previous r??coi[?ts in store 1 including, have been made nl from 25 1-2 a ; 20 1-2 according to terms and quantity. Salt.?There have been no arrivals, and the article is again quite scarce?holders from I stores asking 8 1, 75 a S *2 for Liverpool sack. At a regular meeting ofthc Camden Debating ' Club, the following preamble nnd resolutions were unanimously adopted:? The members of this Club are again called upon to mourn over the loss of one of their members, in the death of Gko. W. Oilman, whose life was a sacrifice to his country, in maintaining the honor of the Palmetto Flag on the plains of Moxico. Although not permitted to share the battles in which our gallant Regiment bore so conspicuous a part, being arrested by disease incident to camp life, he evinced the same ardent patriotism that influenced his comrades in obeying the call made upon his native State by the General Government. We lament that he has been cut down in the morning of his life, and never again permitted to mingle with us. Be il Resolved, That we deeply regret at'lhe dispensation o( an allwi.se Providence that |has deprived our Club of a worthy member. Resolved, That a blank page be dedicated on our book of record, to perpetuate the memory of our late fellow member Geo. W. Oilman. Resolved, That a. copy be forwarded to the family of the deceased and that they be published in the Camden Journal. J. A. YOUNG, Vice President. ?i? 4*1 ivn.i.nrii/i, ui'ticuuj. MARRIED?Oil the 23d ult. by the Rev. W. F. Brasington, Mr. G. W. Mobley, to Miss S. L. Rutlkdge. DIED?To this town, on Sunday morning last, R. L. Wilson, Esq. aged about 41 years. * 03" The friends o7mO^EaITnTuDIN announcc him as a candidate for the office of Or dinary. He has several times arranged and put np the papers in ;:he cases in this office, and has lately made a General Index to them, which, with the recording he has done in it, makes him familiar with the office and the duty of the Ordinary; and from his well-known honesty, end business habits, his friends recommend him to the favorable consideration of the voters of the District. Feb. 8. CD, CjO=? OF Kershaw Lodge.Number 9 THE Regular Meeting of this Lodge will be held at theirncw I fall on Friday evening next, at 7 o'clock. By order of the N. G. L. E. AUSTIN', Sccrctarv. FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE. Camden Insurance Company, of Ncw-Jcrscy. CHARTERED I.Y 1S32, The snbscriber having received the Agency of this institution for Camden and vicinity, will receive applications, and issue Policies at the current rates, IV. If). McDOVJLALL. Jan. 5, 1849, II * ly mrsTk ORH SO \ Will open a Female School at Liberty Hill, Kershaw District, with competent Assistants, on terms of tuition as follows, per session of five months:? Orthography. Reading and Writing, $7 00 With Arithmetic, Grammar and History commenced, 9 00 English Grammar, History and Ccography, 12 00 Drawing and Painting, 10 00 Music on the Piano, 20 00 Embroidery and worsted work, 13 00 January 28. 0 ^ HTSumter Banner insert four times. Election Notice. STATE OF SOUTH-CAROLINA. Office of Court of G. S. and Common Picas, of Kershaw District. Whereas, a vacancy has occurred ir. the Office nf (lrilitmrv I'nr Kershaw District, fowimr to the death of the present incumbent, R. L. Wilson,) Now, therefore, in pursuance of the "Act of the Legislature of 1839," I do hereby give Public Notice that an Election for Ordinary will be held on Monday, the 10th day of April, 1848, to fill said vacancy. Witness my hand at Camden, this 7th day of February, A. D. 1848. B GASS, Clerk. Wauled to Hire, By the month or year, a plain Cook, Washer and Ironer. Enquire at this office. Feb. 9. Fifty Dollars lie ward. I will give the above reward for the apprehensirn and delivery to me of my negro man A11RA M. who left my residence near Sumterville, about the 20th of December last. Abrani Hampton, as he is 60inetitnes called, is a remarkable negro. Ho is nearly seven feet in hc-ight; weighs near two hundred and fifty pounds; has a scar under one of his eyes; is very black; very intelligent: and his front teeth out, or very much decayed. Abram is a Bricklayer and Plasterer. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me at my residence, or Thirty Dollars for h s lodgment in any Jail in the State of South Carolna. W. E. jMELLETT. February 2. 1348. 14 8t magnetic Telegraph Caiupany. The fourth instalment on the stock of this coin .1 ...,i i ... ,i.? ii.i. jjauy is Utiucii'u IU uu jjaiu uu 1 uiu inn mslant, ten dollars per share, at the ofiice of the undersigned. J. AI. DESAUSSURE, Agent. Wide Iron, Plough Moulds, Socket Spades Cast Steel, Garden Rakes and lines, wrought, cut and horse shoo Nails, Tracechains, Collins' genuine Axes, English castings, <Jpc. For sale by February ti. E. W. BONNF.Y. I;<atc2it Cliurus, A superior article, .Sitting Chairs, Northern wooden Ware, &c. Just received by February 2. E. \V. BONNEY. Superior Old Clams, Mountain Butter and Lard, for sale low for c?.sh by E. W. BONNEY. Ladies' French Kid Slippers and walking Shoes city made; also, men's ami boy's Russet and Kip Brogans. Just received and for sale by February & E, W. BONNEY. Ladies' black Kid Gloves and clear Lawn lhlkfs. a new article- Just opened bv ?. ' 1> W KOVVVV x i;ui uuijr i* ? wviuiu i To Hire, PATTY who is an excellent Nurse House .Servant ami Cook. John workman. Copartnership. The subscribers have this day formed a copart nership in the Auction and G'oi imissinn business underthe name and linn of (JA.MKW'EI.L & RASKIN, and will promptly attend to all business on trusted to their care. j. n. (jam dwell, J. w. raskin. January 21th, 1S4S. Hark Wauled. Contracts will he made h.rO.ilc Bark, liv applying to w. AN DICKSON a; CO. i 12<>u<l (hiarteni, otii Regiment or Ui> Bkkjai i: ok Oavai.ky, i By orders received from Hrijr- Gen. Owens, an election will lie held to fill the vacancy occasioned hy the resignation of Lieut, Col. Brailsford, on t ho first Saturday in March next. The captains of the different Troops arc directed to told said election at their several parade grounds on that day an I report tiie result to Col. Thomas J. Ancruui, at Camden. By order of Col. T. J. At rrutn. Jan.28. II. II. GOODWYN, Jr Ad, t. Head Quarter* Or 5m Rf.gimext 3d Bkniadk or Cavat.hy. The 5tli Regiment of 3d Brigade of Cavalry are hereby i ordered to attend Regimental I'anule in Camden on the j l'Jth of February next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.. equipped for , drill and inspection. The commissioned and non-eommlssioncd Officers will attend Officers' drill on Friday, IHth. By order of Col. T. J. Anemia, R. II. GOODWYN, Jr.. Adjutant. - January 30, 1848. 4 4t DRY GOODS IN CHARLESTON. The subscriber would nvite the attention of Planters and their families visiting Charleston to bis stock of rich Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. Having made additions to his Room the past season, he is able to offer greater inducements than ever before, to his friends and customers, and confidently invites attention to his stock as the Most Extensive in the Southern Country. ft is intended to embrace almost every article in the Dry Goods line. Our front Sales Room will contain a complete assortment of Ladies' Elegant Dress Goods, SILKS, MUSLINS, BAREGES, CASHMERES, BOMBAZINES, ALPACCAS, SHAWLS, V1SSETTS, GENTLEMEN'S GOODS, LINENS, LINEN FABRICS, HOSIERY, &c. In our Domestic Rooms, will be found a very full assortment of Domestic Fabrics, Negro Goods, Blankets, Oznabnrgs, &c. Our facilities for purchasing Goods are such, that wc u. . it? .t...?? ? ?i.. t_.?. arc anit: w mier iiiciu m CAirciuciy ru? pucco, uuu auvu ?.will defy all competition. K. W. BANCROFT, 233 King-m. Charleston. Feb. 18-I8. fi tf N. B.?In our wholrsale Rooms, we offer to merchants who buy in this market one of the most desirable stocks of Goods to be found in t ic city, and at prices that will astonish those accustomed to "Charleston long time prices." HOG A* & THOMPSON, wholesale Booksellers, Stationers, and Pnblishers, No. 30 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Announce to iheir friends, and to merchants generally. 1 hat their stock of Dooks and Stationery for ihe coming business seasons of 1848 will be larger and better assorted than at any former period. It will embrace every article in the trade which is required for the sales of the country merchant. In consequence of the change in their terms of selling, they are enabled to offer SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS, PAPERS, &c. at prues so greatly reduced from former rates, as 'omake it to the interest of all who deal in these articles to purchase from their stock. Hitherto the system of credi'ing small amounts has involved an expense in their collection, and as II. &. T. now sc 1 only* for CASH, or such negotiable notes as are sure to be paid in bank at their maturity, the saving to ihose who choose to deal in this manner will be a very considerable per I rentage on their purchases. Few dealers in the country buy more than $200 worth of stationc ry in a season, many not over onehalf, and a large portion not more than one-fourth of that amount. There is not a dealer, therefore, who visi:s Philadelphia who would be inconvenienced by paying these small sums in Cash, and as each can save money by doing so, II. &. T. believe they are offering an inducement which will gladly he embraced by those who make their purchases in Philadelphia. Those who enter into such an arrangement will l>c enabled to sell at prices much below their former rate? at home, and will consequently reap a larger aggregate profit from the increased amount o f their sales. Having a Printing Office for copperplate and type work, and an extensive hinder?, ti. ol l. are prepared to fiil orders from Hanks and Public Oflires, when forwarded through merchants, at ex. trcinely low prices. Feb. 9. 6 4t TIIE LADIES ~~ Are respectfully informed that a fresh supply of Patey's inimitable Cold Cream, for chapped hands and lips; Patey's Tooth Paste; Roussell's Odcntine Tooth Paste; Cleveland's Dentrifice; Jones' Italian Chemical Soap for removing Pimples, tan. sunburn &c. Jules Spanish Silly white forbcautifyirg the complexion; Ltibins fine extracts, viz: Hoquet dc Carodinc; Essence Boquet Extrbit Jockey-club, Patchonly, Rose, Verviene &c. &c, together with a variety of articles for the Toilet are no.v to be had at Cleveland's nearly opposite Alasonic Hall. Feb. 9th,2849. Dr. C. II. ScliapN Ilcadachc Pills for tiie relief and cure ok sick headache. By the use of these Pills, the periodic attacks of Nervous or Sick Headache may be prevented; and, if taken at the commencement of an attack, immediate relief from the pain and sickness will be obtained. They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and relieving the Headache, to which Females are subject duriing pregnancy. For actual evidence in their favour, we are allowed to refer to the following letter: From Rev. Thou, Smyth, D. D. Charleston, May, 1846. My dear sir: 1 have been exceedingly distressed Willi a very trequeni ami severe sick none acne, unu availed myself, last fall' of the use of your Pills; and, al.hough I am not permanently relieved, yet I lind very grejt relief from the use of these Pills andean with them, prevent the headache, when warned of its approach, and relieve it when it has not progressed very far. I can also secure freedom from headache, on any occasion, by taking one or more of these Pills on the previous night. 1 am led to consider them a very safe and useful Pill, and adapted to improve the tone of .the stomach and digestive organs. 'Very sincerely, yours, Thomas Smith. To Dr. Sehaps. For sale at Cleveland's, nearly opposite the Masonic Hall. Ycait Ponder*. These Powders are an entire substitute for Yeast in all culinary purposes, having been improved by a recent chemical discovery, by which they arc rendered perfectly harmless to the Dyspeptic as well as the Epicure, and arc essentially necessary in promoting a healthy digestion. For sale at Cleveland's, nearly opposite the .Masonic Hall. To Carpenter*, G'abient Makers, Aiitl oilier* wauling uootl Giiiiilicr. A great variety of fine Plank, from 12 to 20 inches wide; Flooring Hoards and other kinds of Lumber may be had at the Camden .Mills, cheap. Apply on the premises, one mile below the city. FRANCIS JOY. Camden Mills, Jan. 7, 1^10 t 3t Five Dollar* Reward, Will lin nn iJ Lit- i til, trir;:i I inn that will lead to the detection o| the persons who took from the windows of niv House lit Kirkwood several pairs of Sashes ai.il .Shutters and committed other injuries to said premises. II. LBVY. Operations 011 the Teeth. Dr. Kkvnoi.hs will visit Camden professionally on the first of the ensuing mouth, and his stay will i be limited to two weeks. It is requested that those who require his services will leave a notification, to his address at I)rs. Zcuip it Reynolds' olHcc, which will meet with attention in the order of its reception. By this mode, the disappointment otten caused by a tardy application may be avoided. Jan. SO. M E5. O. 15. HICK Will visit Camden in February or March, for the purpose of tuning and repairing Piano Fortes and Organs, lie will also visit Columbia, Statcburg, tfuuitcrvillc and Bishopville. Mr. R. will give one hundred dollars if any can be found to excel him in tuning or repairing. Jan. 15. PlilVATi; I50AK3>IXt*. Three or loui gentlemen, or a lumily, can lie accommodated with good Boarding (on moderate terms at a pleasant situation on DcKalb street. Jen. 19 E. (> ROBINSON. For Sale. The Store and levelling immediately opposite Messrs McDowall &. Cooper, will be disposed of on ! the most accommodating terms, as the owner is anxious to sell. There arc on the premises all necessary and convenient buildings for business, or the accommodation of a family. Any person wishing to purchase would do well to makcapplU j cation to T. J. WARREN, Agent. I Jau. 10 0 4t TEAS! TEAS!! TEAS!!! At the Agency of the New York Tea Company, the ojdest Tea Establishment in America. Thie Canton Tea company has been popularly known for many years, and the public have had full proof of their integrity and responsibility; but 6uch lias been the demand for iheir Teas, that they have been obliged to enlarge their two Establishments in K'cw York, No. 125 Chatham and 163 Ornoi'Lirtrli fitrnot. Retail prices as follows, subject in all cases, to be returned, if not approved of: GREEN TEAS. Grind Hyson, . 75 per lb. Extra Fragrant Hyson, - ?1 25 per lb. Ne Plus llfra do - - 1 50 per lb. (?ood Gunpowder - 75 per lb. Extra fine do - - 1 25 per lb. Very fine Imperial, 1 00 per lb. BLACK TEAS. Finest English Breakfast, (.very rich Pekoe flavor,) 75 per lb. Extra fine Oolong, - * I 00 per lb. NsPluu Ultra do - 150 per lb. Every package (in addition to its containiug/u/1 weight,) bears the stamp of neatness and elegance, and the Teas therein are so thoroughly secured froin the air, that their quality and power will remain unimpaired in any climate. A full supply of the above Teas just received in qutrter, half and one pound packages, and are offered for sale by DICKSON & LATTA, Feb 9 ?6 Agents, Camden. Pea Beans. Northern Pea Beans. DICKSON & LATTA. Fresh Ground Meal, By DICKSON & LATTA. North Carolina Seed Rye, For sale by DICKSON cf LATTA. .London Shred f*iiigla*a, ' And Cooper's Gelatine, Maccaroni and Vermacilla. DICKSON & LATTA. Cranberries, &c. 2 barrels Cranberries 2 do Oranges 2 do Northern Apples North Carolina do Just received y DICKSON & LA IT A. Eec. 22. To Kent. The store at present occupied by Mr. A. M. Kennedy. ?also? The Office occupied by Dr. Lee, and the dwelling now occupied by Mr. R. L Wilson. Possession given first of January next Apply to W. ANDERSON. Dec.8 tf 49 Goslieu and Frc*li Butter. 2 firkins Goshen Butler; tine country Butter. For sale by DICKSON LATTA. Buckwheat Flour--Fresh. Quarter aud eighth barrels Buckwheat Flour. For sale by DICKSON fc LATTA. Hams smoked aud pickled Beef, Ac. lla'f bbls. Fulton Market pickled Beef do do do do do Tongues <Smoked Beef, choice pieces do Tongues 3 casks New York Pig Hams. For sale bv Nov. 3. DICKSON & LATTA. Alum, Bock and Sack Salt, Kept constantly on hand by DICKSON & LATTA. Fruits, Fruits. Oranges, Apples, Grapes and fresh Lemons Also?Fresh Candies. DICKSON &. LATTA CougrcK* Water. o I ... r> \i V UUAL'3 ? Y ill UI. IJ U HI I 3 til IU plUlO* WUOt received. DICKSON & LATTA. Fresh Raisins, Prunes, Figs, Ac. Boxes Layer Raisius 30 do Prunes, in fancy boxes 20 drums Turkey Figs, in prime order 1 bale soft shell Almonds 100 lbs selected candies Soda, butter, and a variety of other crackers. DICKSON & LATTA. Tamarinds in Syrup, Retailed bv the pound, by DICKSON ^ LATTA. Bacon and Eard. North Carolina Bacon Leaf Lard, in barrel and kegs for sale by DICKSON &, LATTA. Oils. Best winter strained sperm, solar and train Oil for sale by DICKSON & LATTA. MOCIIA AND OLD JAVA COFFEE, Teas, Chocolate, Cocoa, best and common ka.', crashed, clarilied and Havana, and brown Sugars, Also?All kinds of Spices, whole and ground, DICKSON & LATTA. Cheese, Cheese. 3 dozen rich imitation English cheese, 3 do boxes Hatch and Winchester's Cheese mild and rich, weighing (j to ti pounds. 2 dozen English Dairy do Pine Apple do Received by wagon from Gadsden. DICKSON &, LATTA. Preserves, and Pickles. East and West India Preserves, in jars of all sizes. Also, Pickles, in half gallon, quarts and pint Jars, Ca| pers, French and Spanish Olives, Ketchup and j Sauces, received bv wajrott from Gadsden DICKSON &, LATTA. Soaji*, Ac. Ac. Toilet Snaps- Castile do.; Toilet Powder, finely scented, superior IVarl Starch, Veast Powder. Rose Water d'r <^c DICKSON iff LATTA. Pickled Salmon, JIarkarcl,LochIiuc Rferriiitf, Ac. 3 barrels Pickled SALMON No. I 2 do MACKAKLL No. I - half do do do I 3 qu'r do do do 1 5 do do do do *2 Whole and half kits do doM and 2 Quarter barrels Fulton .Market Pickled Tongues Kits Loelifine Ilerrimrs ' ftCrSalmoii and .Muckurcl retailed hv the single one j DICKSON' & LATTA ! I j;. w . IJO.\NI:Y Tl'il 1 continue lo act as Airont for persons transacting business in either of the Banks in Camden on his usual terms. \cwark Cider, Retail by the <jsllotj bv Dec. -JO. DICKSON & LATTA. leathers. New Feathers in line order, for sale by Dee. il). DICKSON & LATTA. Finger Bowls, covered Dishes, Ac. Just! opened l>y K. W. BuNNEY. The Camden liridgc Company. Tiie Board of Directors have declared ?i J )ivi-! dend of seven dollars per share on the capital stock of this company and ordered the same to be paid at the Bank of Camden oil and after the 1st Feb'y. t J. (j. WEST, Treasurer. Jany. IDlli, 18 IS Medical Notice. Drs. F L. Zoir ?!C S. M. I'f.vnoi.ps having as- | sociated themselves together lor the practice ofji Medicine in all its branches under the name of Zcmp and Reynolds, respectfully tender their Professional .Services to the citizens of Camden I and the vicinity. i Office at Dr. Geo. Reynolds' old stand. Gculk'iiu'iiN Fa*hiownbIc Boots Philadelphia made, for sale by Jan. 27. W. ANDERSON &. CO. S!SSf Received on Saturday, 20 lbs. Castile Soap Townscnd's SampariDa 100 " Green Copperas Sands' do 100 " Pure Sellpetro Jayne's Expectorant 100 " Glauber Sails Wistar'a B?Is. Wild Cherry 50 <' Pearl Asli Van Buren's Embrocation 100 " Alum Scbring's Cordial 50 " Blue Stono McMunn's Elixiropiom . 300 " Epsom Sails J ay no's Tonic VermifogS 75 " Flax Seed M carminative Beleifll 50 " Sal Soda Taylor's Balsam Liverwort 100 Sal iErulus Roakc's Iodibe Liniment *n ? rinm Rlioltan Swaim's Panacea 1 doz. Toolliach drops | " Vermifuge f? And for sale low, at Cleveland's nearly oppo* site the Masonic Hall. - ^ N. B.?Medicines may be obtained at any boar of the night, by knoching at the sice door, Feb 2,18-18 . 5 2t AND NEW GOODS, At the Old Stand of DeLeon & Levjr, ^Yearly opposite the Masonic BaUt < CAMDEN, S. C. ' J. A. CLEVELAND, Druggist and Apothe** cary, of 207 King Street, Charleston, woafd rWk pectfully inform the citizens of Camden and tht surrounding country, that ho has opened a breach of his Establishment at the above stand, where ha ? is receivin? a large and well selected stock effrt* \ German, French, English and American w? snsiBjiOBsyfflS. Chemicals, Paints, Oils and D)'e-Stu9fe, Perfume, ry, Brushes and Fancy Articles, which will beaeld on the most reasonable terms for cash or ?ppiq? ved credit. Physicians, planters and country merchants tup* plied at Charleston prices: The Establishment will be personally condocted by Mr. Z. J. DcIIay, who has been engaged hi the business for upwards of six years, and inwfatii ? I place the most implicit confidence as an A pother cary. Jan. 19,1848. Notice. Z. J. DeIIav, Esq. it only authorized to aet Op my agent and attorney in all matters pertaininglo my business in the town of Camdenj. a. Cleveland.;;; Charleston, Jan. 12, 1848. 4t 'V Just Keceived. Hogsheads Sugar (some very low priced) -v Tierces Granulated Sugar Barrels'erushcd and powdered do. ^ . Loaf do ...... . Fine old Java Cofiee; Rio do , Sperm Candles. For sale low by Jan. 12, 1318. S. B. LEVY. "T ? A few TIoic of tlie same Sort.** 5000 Gold Leaf Segars . -vy*. 5'J00 Charleston do , <.*.,' ! / Cubrey Butterfly do , l Pressed Esperango Regalia do Thomas'sup. chewing Tobacco ; ? ' Tobacco of various brands, 6ome low priced. Half Spanish Segars. Just received by January 12, 1848. S. B. L&Vt; Charapaignc. Baskets Champaigne, "Bollinger" do do pints, "Bollinger" do do "Boucbe" Casks Porter, quarts and pints do Ale. Wines Liquors of all qualities. >x? Just received by S. B. LEVY. >1* Preserves. West India Preserved ginger; West India preserved pine apples: limes, peaches, plumbs sod cherries. Fresh prunes, currants, citron and logons; for sale by S. B. LEVY. Nov. 3, 1347. Raisins and Figs and Apples. ^ and ? boxes Raisins; Drums Figs Barrels Northern Apples; Box Lemons. Also?A fresh supply of Candies. Just received by S. B. LEVY.. * Jan. 11. 2 t/ ' "V JJEWJEjLRY, *c. Coral Pins, Earrings and Bracelets ft.mpn Pinonrut Diamond, Topaz and Ruby Rings Gold chain* and Guards Gold and silver Thimbles; gold Pens and Pvneiie Silver Table and Tea Spoons Silver Forks, Ladles, tf-c Spectacles, suitable for all ages, with plain and colored glasses Watch Glasses; Pencil Leads; Silk Panes Bend Bags; Bag and Purse Clasps Purse Silk; Steel Beads; Fringe and Tassels Crochet and Knitting Needles. -v Watches, Plated If\trey #e, Gold and Silver Watches. Geneva Hunting Car ses; French and English Patent Levers. Plated cake Baskets; Castors; cordial Stands and Candlesticks. Writing Desks, Work Boxes Brushes; Combs; Knives; Razors; Scissors <fc. Jan. 21. ALEXANDER YOUNG. To the Voters of Lancaster District* |Cj?We arc authorized to announce L. B. McATF.ERas a Candidate for Tax Collector for Lancaster District, at the next election for that office. And Let no voter doulil the reenltf hut stand up for hiin like David did for Israel against Goliah, the champion of the Philistines. GEO. S. DOUGLAS & CO. Will actus Agents for persons transacting bneiness in either of the Banks in Camden on moder* ate terms. They are also prepared to receive Cotton sad oiher Country Produce on storage on very modera'.e terms. December IS. * ' NEW IIOttKS. American Almanac for 1643 \V ashmgton anu his (icnerals of the KevoHUMI Donnphan's c; nipaign ill New Mexico Sroiitin^cxpedition of M'Culloch's Texas Rangm ('apt. Dannoven's Adventures in Mexico Our Army at Montery Drama at Pokersville Mirror of Satire Coins! ork's Pitilosoplty Smith's Arithmetic Galoot's Music Grammar Blank Music Hooks Tytier's Universal History Schtnucker on Modern Inlidelity McCauley's Miscellanies Splendors of Vcrseilles; Esther de Medina; Ethel Churchill; Ocean Scenes; Rattlin tho Reefer; Re* dy the Rover; The Man before the mast; Oil*way, tho iast chief of the red men of Newfoundland* Journeyman Joiner; Old Commodore; Champions of Freedom* Marmaduke Herbert; Old Convents ol Paris; Scenes and Adventures of^Theatricsl life &c. Jan. 13. A. YOUNG. W. THUR1.0W CASTON, JTrnnvrr tn inr rvvrnrv c n ill 1011.11.1 .11 LAW, I A.UUIj.l, 0, ti. OFFICE ON KING STREET, OPPOSITE THE COURT 80VM? IN HEAR OF BOYD'S HOTEL. Tin? s<)ii(I(\v< i>?>i ii!iuilitoad Ban k? lias dec ami a Dividend of FIFTY CENTS per. Share, paytblc on demand, on and after Mo*. Jaij, the Hd ol January, 1848. JAMES G. HOLMES, Caabier^ The consideration of the ROAD DIVIDEND has been postponed until the meeting of the Board j 11 the 20th of January next. J THIS. VV A KINti. Jan 1 2 Auditor of S. C R. R. Company. JoO sacks Salt, iu fine older, fur sale by # ^ May 19. S. CENSOR.