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Revolt UpWSr(fc of 50;00(X m - ;;SECOND DISPATCH. * The French made reneweth evertm-ey to- lite ^ ' Komdrts (a capitulate, btrt the laller obstinatelj m hnd pasitirety declmed:thena, preferrm* a noble defence to a dlgraceful sifrremfcr. The Lot?. c ^i*h Times of the 23d has letters from its cor- Ca J-fcspdrtdcnt lo the I6th from CrvrTa^ Yecchia, ti'ith the I*fe*t news from Rome and the French ?e ftrrrty tip to the eYenhn? prctiorts fo "the date, Who s?j8 fhs*r no got faf rods were attempted to ~ he opened by the Generali hat fhey ended In . fcfort*. Ottdinot, having called ttponthem to ^ iirrendepr was met frjr a peremptory refusal, 0f When her commenced a v???or?tjR and determined ci attaeft err rhe Mlfr. The Fmfterie* played op ic on thu bastions 6* fwenty-foor honrs without w nen&tioU; buf no perceptible breach was eflec- !" ted Up to the forest period at which news was 1,1 **?* tecehred front fhe camp A reinforcement of j" * ' troops ttntfgims fromTotflon was being landed jjjj at Clefts Tetrcftnt on the 14th. ^ b' Chin??, eorrtrarj to ail eipeefatlofr, by orders Ex of the FTmperor, has refused to open the trade u; AT.CVoffiw forhe British upon the term* stfpU- 31 * - ? 'ft*- J-. mnv G Jate<t the ireaiy. I KIIS UriC(lllliittiK/u umj . give to. rirty serious consequences, as the c Brirrr- fJovernment will no doubt insist upon the Ot'ft bVUt of its fetter and their rights. sSuhjoL, Jtme 23, 11 a. m.?'The Cotton f >?? . ' marketopened with a good and steady feeling " , ,?\ th?%jrnow??ig;and-atthe-ToJI etirrencT quoted in lt 1*"- nn mm., ri Ufdden are very firm, and look for higher prices* ?hich the 01 ^?-Jrada are not at present willing to give. ^ Cholbra 05 TttB Savaxmh Riveh.?We Warn from a highly respectable citizen who re. ^ turned in the Savannah boat this morning, from bis plantation, that the cholera has made its Bp. pearance on the Savannah River, about a mile * and a hat#, below the city. Dr. Scriven ha* ^ attended twenty cases?no deaths. Dr. ** Daniels reports eight cases, four of which hare 11 proved fatal. Several scattering cases hare bi occurred lower down the river, but no deaths "as yet heard of. h - **-:i ? I hi There ha* l?pen a case or two on ??inning, ton Island, which is a high sea island. This is *' remarkable occurrence, as the sea islands ^ hare been hithprto exempt from this malady. 0 We also learn, (nun the name source, that the planters are removing their negroes from c their plantation* where the cholera has broken & out,?Evening News. > * : * ? - u THE BIBLE. 44 The Bible, supposing it to be other than it 11 pretends to be, presents us with a singular phe- 11 nomenpn in the ?pace whtch it occupies through, oiit the couiinued history of literature. We o ape nothing like it ; and it may well perplex 1 -the infidel to account for it. Nor need his sa. " TgacTty disdain to enter a little more deeply in " its possible causes than he is usually inclined to do. It has not 1>oen given to any other book ^ of religion thus to triumph over national pre- j ^iidice, and lodge itself securely in the heart of great communities?varying by every conceiva- - Trie diversity of language, race, manners, ens" toms, arid, indeed, agreeing in nothing iiut a t veneration for itself. It adapts itself with fa' cHlty'to the revolutions of thought and feeling a e which shakes to pieces all things else; and flcxi- j e Iriy acconi?nodates itself to the progress of society and the changes of civilization. Kren " " crtmjwesls ; the disorganization of old nations, 0 theinrmaiTon oTnew ; do not rfTi-ct the continuity pfits empire. It lays hold of the new as of the oW, and transmigrates with the spirit of lin a inanity attracting to itself hy its own moral jpdwer, it? all the communities it enters a cease- . less intensity ?f effort for its propagation , ilitis--< tration. and defence. - MOther systems of religion are usually deli- ? rale exotics, and will not hear transplanting. The gods of the nations are local deities, and a' reluctantly quit their native soil ; at all events ^ they patronise only their favorite races, and perish at once when the tribe or nation of their worshippers become extinct, often long before. Nothing, indeed, is more difficult than to make foreigners feel any thing but the utmost inuilfer- f' if enco (except as an object of philosophic curiosi- J "ly^about the religion ot otner nauons ; ana no portion ofiheir national literature is regarded as more tedious or unattractive than that which treats oftheir theology. The elegant mythologies of Greece and Rome made no proselytes among other nations, and fell, hopelessly, the . /moment they fell. The Koran of Mohnmet tj has, it is true, been propagated by the sword ; ai - 4,hut it has been propagated by nothing else ; and tl; -its dominion has Iteen limited to those nations q> ^ who could not reply to that logic. di ** If the Bible be false, the facility with which it overleaps tho otherwise impassable bounda- J' .^irteiKjf race and clime, and domiciliates itself ./among so many different nations, is assuredly n p( .2far more striking and wonderful proof ofhuman tli ignorance, perrerseness, and stupidity than is p< afforded in the limited pres'alenee of even the ie mqst abject superstitions; or, if it really has ta merits which, though a fable, have enabled it ^j1 1o impose so comprehensively and variously on mankind, wonderful indeed must have been the skill in its composi.ion ; so wonderful that even - the infidel him?elf ought nerer to regard it but with the profoundest reverence, as far too sue* . cesful and sublime. ? 44 In his Inst illness, a few days IwJ^o hi* ar sleuth, Sir-Ww-Sontt milted :M r. I.ocklnrtljo read w to hiin. Mr. Lockhart inquired what l*?ok he would like. 44 Can you ask !" said Sir JtValter cr ?-"There is lml one," and requestecMiim to at rend a chapter of lhe Gospel of John. I When wifl an equal genius, lo whom all the rCilms of fiction are a* to him, say the like of so [ie pro * fessed revelation, originating among a rbce and 611 associated with a history and a clime as Foreign ^ at those connected with the birth placet of the Jiibie, from those connected with the ancestry v of Sir Walter Scott ? Can we, by any stretch of / Imagination, suppose some Walter Scott of a ~ new race in Australia or South Africa, saying ! the same of the Vedas or Koran ?*' ^ Ediuburg Review. ?j.( JTTCoiisumption u a disease wiiicii is c.-mying lis | mi victims to llio^omb by thousands, without being arrest- | vi< ed in its progress by tbo medicines in common nso stliic present time. But a brighter d.iy is coming, end lias come?.is to successfully arrest tbat diseuso DR. RO. GJ3R8' LIVERWORT AND TAR, not only gives k " immediate relief in COl/GHS and COLDS, but from * the testimony of men of the highest standing heie and on elsewhere, it is making some very remarkable cures ol "' CONSUMPTION. Improvements in the treatment of ? diseases are'onwurd, and nothing can arrest its spirit fl( in the present qge. Those who ore afflicted with dis. on Kg eased Lungs, would do well to call on J. R. McKAIN, tie the agent and see the oerliheatcs of Dr. Wm.J. Rich. in| HA^^anls, Jud^ Win. Burke, tho Wife of the Rov.G. W. <ai Dr. Hiram Cox, ialo Professor in the of Cinoinati. q ^ 4t prevail so faUlly at prevented by the for I fi 11 rI r-V -1 I- r?? nely use of Dr. Osgood's India Cholagogtlc. Tho cilicine slioukJ be commenced at the appearance of tf earliest symptoms, which ttofunfrequcntly precede e attack several days, and even weeks, to warn us of ipending danger. The sensation of languor, the hagird expression weariness of body, depression of spirits mngement of the stomach, pain in the bones <fcc., nnot easHy bo mistakon. For sulc at Die proprietor's prices by J. R, McKAlN, rent Camden S. C. July 11, 98 4t DIED".?In this town, on Tuesday, the 26th uU mo, after a painful illness of something over four eeks, Captain BeivJamin HaILr, in the 62d year ' his age. Captain Hails was one of the oldest tizens rA otir Town?remarkable for his dnergetand persevering character, and lor the suceess ' ? s-.s. ith which he accompusneu any oojeci to wimu ? directed his attention. He was open, frank and idependent in his intercourse with o:bers-"-al ways tlreoing his course, actuated by a fearless honesr of purpose, wltich sought no concealment for imself, or advantage of those with whom he citmc i contact. His last illness, though painful, was jrne with great firmness and fortitude, and he nifonnly expressed himself, during its corHlntlnce, as being entirely resigned to the will of lod. He lias left a numerous family, and a large irele of friends and connexions to mourn hie loss. At a meeting of* the Board of Directors of the Bank r Camden, S. C. on the 2?lli June, 1849, the follow ig Preamble and Resolutions were unanimously adop. :d ? Since our last meeting, it has pleased fh?T. irttliC [spcnsaTIons of h? Providence, to remove from among i oar venerable fellow citizen and arsociulc at this " . n tl... _ oaro, i. opt. dk^ja.ui?* uailb.. Although Capt. Haile waa upwards cf eighty years f ago at the lime of hie death, yet there was no mem. :r of this body mote prompt and pnnctoal id the dis large of the duties of his station than lie was. Pus:esnd of a vigorous constitution, great energy and in spctnlence ul character, honesty und firmness of purwc, he was in these respects, admirably qualified for is impartial performance of the delicate and rcsponsilc duties of a Bunk D.reelor. In the maintenance of his own views and opinions, e was open, firm and decidod, ycl our intercourse with im was ever pleasant and harmonious. Feeling therefore deeply, in common with his many lends, the loss we have sustained in this dispensation f Providence, be it Rexolted, That in tho death of Capt. Haile, this loard has lost one of its most prompt, upright, cneretic and punctual Directors. Resulted, That we tender onr sincere condolence >lhe bereaved family and friends of the deceased. Rcttolccd, That these Resolutions bo published in le Camden Journal, and a copy sent to the family of ie deceased. DIED?Of Cholcn, in the plain of Vcomillion, n the 26th of May last, on his way to Callorniu, iEXr.Y A. Wood, in the 21th year of hie age, forterly of this pl?ce. Notice. The Regular Meetings of the Lancaster Division, fo. 30, Sons of Temperance, are held every Monay evening, at 8 o'clock. J. W. LARK, R. S. SOWS 07 T3MP3P..1W03. Waterec Division IVo. 0. The regular meeting of this Divsion will be held t Odd.Fellow's Hull on lo-morri w (Thursday) veiling, at 8 o'clock. By order of the VV. P. Z. J. DkIIAV, It s. CADETS OFTEMPERANCE, KBR3HAW SECTION NUMBER 4. The regular meeting of this Section will he held t their Hall on Friday afternoon next at 4 o'clock. By order of the W. A. S. D. SHANNON, Sec'y. ?2* CDo OP? Corshaw Lodgo.Number 9 Tiie Regular Meeting of this Lodge will be held t their new liall on Friday evening next,at o'clock. By order of the N. (?. A. ROBERTSON, Secretary. Notice. A pplication, will he made to the next Se.-sion of le Legislature of the State of South Carolina, to ave Pine Tree Presbyterian Church, incorporated illv 4. IS40. D. BETHUNE, BENJAMIN McCOY, KENNETH McCASKILL, June 30 3m 27 To my First Patrons. THE Subscriber woul: respectfully suggest tat all (without exception) the young ladies d gentlemen who took Lessons from him during le first quarter, ought to continue for a second uarter, (if possible) Whatever wo do must bo ine well My first pupils just begin to dance, nl will probably forget soon a part of what they we learned. By stopping now, they stop at the ;ry moment that they most improve ; besides, icre are several Dances which cannot brf dis. used with in the fashionable society, of which ley do not know even the name. I know by exjrience that it is a bad rule to stop a while, to iarn at a later period. Let then my first pupils ke a second quarter, and their education in rncing will be complete, and they will have to link no more of it. A. BERGER. July] I 28 3t ' New Arrangement. Mr. BERGER having obtained a sufficient num. tr of pupils, he began his now quarter on the 9th st. The next lessons will be on next Monday id Tuesday. Mi. D. teaches now but twice a eek, thinking that it may suit belter his pupils. N. B. Should the present number of pupils inease to 20, the price of tuition will be reduced 810. July 11 18 FOR SALE, That Two Story Brick Building on Broad street, itable for a Store and Residence, with all the nessary out Buildings in good repair, and large it attachedKm the most business part of Town. ennsrrrade easy. Enquire of Mrs. C. F. CARPENTER. July 11 20 tf Notice. Ari Election will be held atllie Council Room on onday, the 15th inst., for two members of the jwn Guard, to supply the place of F. M. Ballard d II. L. Welch. Applicants for the above office jpt hand their letters, addressed to Council, proms to that time. By order of Council. L. W. BALLARD, * Town Recorder. July 11 28 D_ A Plantation for Sale. The subscriber offers for sale, a tract of Land the west side of Wateree river, and on the iters of 25 mile creek; adjoining the lands of ; ipt. Win. Kennedy and the Estate of Jno. diest, containing above 4000 acres, 2000 with a nt of a mile a half on the river, and the balance the creek. Six hundred being under cultivan, having a fine mill seat all necessary build's for a settlement gin house and screw; the ad is six miles from Camden. Said land will be I Id at private sale on accommodating terms. I'ei sons desirous of purchasing, are referred to ipt. Thos. Lang, Major Cantey, or to the sub. riber. McRA BREVARD.- i June 30,1849. 6ur 27 i The Charleston Courier will insert once a week * three weeks, < r . v*i?* '-l ' . " " " ' r- i " i ' 'i it ; Notice. ON- and after the 1st September next, the sev eral Cotton Presses m Charleston will,, by agree irvent, chargo Thirty Cents per bale eiftrit, Oh a) Cotton bound with Iron, Ba*k or Wooden bands As this charge will necessarily fall upon tb planters, tbis notice is given that Rope Bandage alor.e may be used bv thein. Nearly all-the Cot ton sent to ? harleston aud- Savannah i9 not compassed before shipment. July It 28 .K)t Kail Road and Bank Dividend THE South Carolina Rail Road Company ha declared A Dividend erf ONE DOLLAR AN! FIFTY CENTS per Share.Tho Smith western Rail Road Bank has declai ed a Dividend of FfFTY CENTS per Share. The united Dividend of Two Dollarfrper Shart payable at the Bank ; and the Divinendon Roa Shares, without corresponding 'Shares in the Banl payable at the Rail Road Company's Office* Stat street) on and after 77tursduy, the 5th July. The Company's Scrip* bearing interest and pay able oirtbe 1st July, and the uncalled for Divideti declared in Scrip, will be redeemed and paid o and after Moncbuj, the 2d July, at tiie Rail ftua CompSnv*6 Office, State-street. J G. IJOI.SIES, Cashier of the Bank, TIIOS. WARING, Auditor Eolith Carolina R R. Company July 11 VH Bt^ Roche's Embrocation FOR Hooping Congli. THE .Vubfcriber keeps cons ant'y on hind full supply of tire genuine ROCHE'S E.MRRfl CATlON-^one of the most convenient, safe an effectual remedies noW; "known for that distressii. malady M Hooping CoUgL'r Z. J. DEHAY,Nearly Opposite Masonic Hall July It If . ? l_ ^ . /<-?? Expulsion of ^opms. , Peerey's Dead Shot, FahiieslucWV-Verniifagt Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge, together vvitli the cele brated German Worm Powder, which have bee used with great -uccoss by several persons ii this place, warrants the subscriber in recommend ing it to any who will give it a fair trial It i put up in Powders, at 12A cents each, or ?1 00 dozen. For sale by Z. J. DeIIAY, Nearly Opposite Masonid Hall July 11 28 * tf To Denfistg, The subscriber has made arrangements by whic he can at short notice procure Gold Foil and othc articles for Dentists use, from Charleston, an furnish the same at prices that will not fail 1 satisfy the most economical. April 4th, 1649. Z. J. DeIIAY. Nearly oyposile Masonic Hal Pain Killer. A fresh supply ot the Genuine Pnin Kille Townsend's Sarsaparilla, Rowand's Tonic Mil lure, Wistar's Balsam, Ayer's Cherry Pectoni Ufisting's Syrup of Naptha, tjpe. &c. Just rece veJ and for sale by Z. J. DeHAY. List of Letters REMAINING IN THE POST OFFICE A CAMDEN ON THE 1st JULY. 1849. A Kilgore, Jesse Arthur C. Kerr, A. D. B M Brown J. McDonald, Rev, D Billings W. M. 2 Muttox, George Blamling, J. D. McDowell, John 2 ! Ballard, Royal Minnicli, Michael Bobbin, b. 1.1. 2 ..!cDu..iiid, R. J. Bass, Mary Murphey, Morris Bracey, Lucy McPhersou, Laura A. Brown, Serena, 2 McCain, John Brauiiuiu, Samuel Ballard, John Mobley, E. J. C O Cotton, R. B. Ohearri, M. Corbett, Hampton Outlaw, G. Cameron, Euphcmia ?0'Neal, J. B. | Chance, Duniel F. Outlaw, Benjamin Cook, Colonel W.J. P I Cummins, George |Patterson, Carter, lienry Parker, Elizabeth D Price, Jane L. Davis, Darling I'crritt, Wesley Dickson, John J. I'crritt, Merrill Dosier, M.J, I'ulet, Jeanas Dinkins, Simeon Pie, Henry E Polk, 13. Ellsworth, E. L. Pucci, Carainillus Eanes, Po|?e D. 5 Parker, Sarah F Pottigrew, Margaret Frasicr, Rev. E. L. I'ickett, Dr. W. L. Frank, J. &. C. II Ferriel, J. It. Rogers &. Co. W Frasier, Samuel Rougers. Jefferson (r Itosanna, Miss Ccttys, John L. S (ireen, II. D. Shiver, Samuel (irigrey, M. Sessions, S. C. (Jregory, James Sliirah, Christian Callaway, Banjamin Summers, E. II Sanders, Miss Courteiu Hough, Joel,'J Shaw, Angus Haile, (dlutnbus Jr. Sanders, YVni. Scnr, Ilaile, B. Jr, Shiver, C. J. 2 Hough, Sarah Sessions, C. M. II ix, James T Harrison, Fanny Tays, R. S. House, (J. 2 Thomas, D. II. Hall, Fliz. Taylor, James M. I &. J " YV Inkeils, Richard Willow, Elder Williai Johnson, Ilaile Wessingcr, Charlca Jones, Joseph Willis, William II. James, M. A. Y K Young, Archibald Kittleband, J. D. [Young, Hugh Kennedy &. Co. J. A. J Young, Richard. U" Persons calling for Letters from the abov list, will please say they are Adrertiml. JOHN N. (IAMI-;WELL I?. M. July 11 28 if Sheriff's Sale. I will sell, on the first. Monday in August nexl before the Court House door, in Camden, betivce the legal hours of sale, the following property to wit: All the right, title and interest of the Dcfendan in and to Lot No. 908, with the improvement thereon, on Lyttleton street, in the Town of Cam den, bounded North by Lot No. 007, East by Lyt tleton street, South by Lot No. 900, West by Lo No. 885 ; levied on and to be sold as the propert of H. C. Roberts, at the suit of \V. Andcr-ou ?S Co. vs. 11. C. Roberts. Terms Cash?Purchaser to pay for papers. TIIOS. J. WARREN, Sheriff K. D. July 11 23 4t Committed To the Jail of Kershaw District, a Negro Girl who says her name is ELLEN, and that she be longs to Thomas J. Ancrum. Ellen is dark com plected, and about four feet 8 or 10 inches high Her owner is requested to comply with the lav and take her away. J. W. RASKINS, J. K. D. July 11 28 tf F. ROOT, AUCTIONEER, Commission Merchant & General Agent CAMDEN, a. c. Will attend to Public and Private Sales of an] Jescriptibn. _ t Regular Auction day, every Friday. (TTAuction Room opposite Jamos Punlap, a fen ioors above Davie's Hotel# 11?If SAA.VA.?. r.Jf'' .. ' . r.i - i- i -"in - i"i To tbe Afflicterf* Have you a eou^h.coRI or the consumption tt ywu f. have, try Dr. Hastum's Compound' Syrup - of. N&ptH*.??.- w|.| This medicine is die discovery of the celebnitervl-ln H?- * tings, senior Physician td the BlenheinV Free Dispcwsatory of London. Dr. Hustings had his atlcntion eariv iflkWu toi e to the consideration of the causes of, and the cure iojrrcctn? 's sumption, ond'after nnmerons experiments and Icing years p. ?f patient and laborious study, discovered that Wctocii i^jipe ' v thn compounded with other vegetable snhstAncf>r ? "ceruiin and speedy cure f<?r consumption, arid nil dissaoeJ of the l ungs. The Sinptlia Being of a very volati't,' .vuure; eh immediately rises to the' hinge, the-seat of the dfeeiWsi, and ^ attacking its stronghold, destroys all tubercles rtmthiv* > formed uponthe lungs and prevents the formation of others. da For cottphs, and colds it is rin itivaluable remedy, coring the rrmst severe in an incredible space of time. A single Bottle will prove the virtue of this r'eirredy. In fact, a S;tiq gle dosa will effect nlntost an instantaneous relief.' , ^ -Sold by J. R. jfcKAIN Catritl-Ifc b<j July If. 23 3hr. hit - LORD BYROM ? eaid that lie woke up one morning and" fotfnd fitm- |0 ?, self famous, k is (he same with Dr. JLe Roy's c^j d Sarsaparilla and Wild Cherry Pills. Although jn| c, they hive been but a short time before-the public* v3 e yet in all places where they have been introduced they itave immediately taken the place of ak other jn, r- medicines. ^ d As an aperient their excellence stands ifnrftalln ed. Their operaiion is quick, certain and powerd fuly and yet gentle as (he south wind; they are not attended with griping*.nausea or vemiting as is the case with most Pills, neither are they ever followorl Wtr /?/<<! ivcnooo t\v ilf^Kililslinn. aF flm ufnmai?h. v.. " ? .. The gfeat SReellcncc of these pills lies in their ingredierttn. I)r; Ic Roy after long study and a? many experiments was e iaWed lo compound the ca highly concentrated essence of those" celebrated _ remedies, SAIWAPARILLA AND WILD CflERRY. with otlier ingredients, which, while they retain a all the virtues cf the ifcrsapnrilfa and Wild Cherry, L destroy and neutralize all that is injurious in them d . hew taken in-their original form. Por all drseas- at es arising from an. impure state of the blOod,or b? ir~- a disordered state of the stomach; these! pills >! rinriralled as a remedy. sa |. Sold by JAMES R. McKAlN, Camden.- te June 30 2m T The Subscriber. h" >f II7ILL continue to act as BANK AGENT, in 01 >. if both the Banks oftlris place,and attend to any n Commission Business which m-ay be entrusted to th i) him. Office at the Counting Room of McDowall 01 I- cf-Shannon C.J. SHANNON. w a Blacksmithing and Wagon Making. The undersigned having taken the stand recently occupied by Whitakek &. Are ants, respectfully gives notice, that he intends to carry on the business as heretofore. . 1 , In his Blacksmith's Shop ho is prepared to fill | . all orders with promptness and despatch, lie will ( make to order, all kinds of ploughs, with other j" !j plantation tools, and mill work. Particular attention will be paid to shoeing horses?In short, , ? as he will give his personal attention to both de partments of his business, lie will guarantee satis- P1 . faction. ' His Woodslinn is ainnlv sunDlied witii the best ?' ~ of Timber, well-ceasoi.ed, and lie would like to sec the man, who can put up bettor work, from a _ r? wheelbarrow, up to a eix passenger stage coach. K~ His prices will be in accordance with the times, l'> and for the ready money will be eucli as cannot '* fail to eatisfv the most economical. p As he believes in the maxim, that short settle? inents make long friends, he will expect settlements to be made quarterly. T N. B. ARRANTS. Feb 14 tf 7 m TO ALL PERSONS?GREETING! ? FRANCIS L. ZE.TIP " Respectfully informs his patrons andtho public *N generally, that hnoa this Spring received a ^ lanre and well assorted stock of Goods, J CONSISTING! OF 1" DRUGS AND MEDICINES, <> Paints Oils, Dye Siuff^ v< PATENT MEOICINES, WINDOW GLASS, PSP.PPI.ISP.T, SOAPS, Brushes, Toys, Bushels, Combs, Purses, Snuff Box Ci, Toilet Hollies, Flower Pots, Envelopes, Pupctries, Steel Pens, Pen Holders, and various other articles WORTil detailing, but which might prove tedious. (LTThese Guods he oilers on accommodating terms to all. I'llvsicians, Planters and Merchants would do well to call and see our stock before purchasing elsehere. may 9. ACADJG.TIICAL, SCHOOL, it Camden, So. Ca. By T. B. Russell. The scholastic year of this school will hereafter be divided into two sessions of five months each. The session for the remainder of the present year will bee n on the 4th .Monday?being the 23d,of July next. No deduction will be made tor any less time than a month; and the tuition fees are expected to be settled at the end of the session. T. B. It. respectfully tenders his thanks to his patrons, and friends generally, for the encouragement, he has received, and hopes to deserve its continuance. (trades of Study and Tuition Fees. Lower I'rimary Grade, consisting of Spelling, Heading. Writing, Primary Arithmetic and Geography, per session, .... !J10 00 Higher Primary Grade, consisting of S|K-|ling, Heading, Writing. Oral Arithmetic, and Geography, per session, .... 12 00 Lower Advanced Grade,consisting of Spelling, Heading, Writing, and F.uglish Composition, M ruimi Arimincuc, uougrapny, anu grammar, per session, 11 00 Higher Advanced Grade, consisting of Heading. English Coni|io*ition, Algebra &c, Grammar, History, Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Logic, Mental Philosophy, Rhetoric, &u., per session, 20 00 Preparatory Course of Classics, per session, 21 00 it A half dollar per session is charged for fuel and incidental eriH-iises. June 23, .840. South Carolina--Kershaw District. IIV JOHN R. JOY, ESU. ORDINARY. Whereas, Geo. II. Pearson applied to me for Letters of Administration de bonis non on all and singue lar the goods and chattels, rights and credits ot Sanil S. 'Payor late of the said District, deceased; These are therefore, to cito and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the said deceased to be and appear before me at our next Ordin 'ry's Court for the said district, to he holden at Camden ' court house on the 13tli day of July next, to show 11 cause if any they can, why said administration ' should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal, this 25th day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand 3 eight hundred and forty nine, and in the 73d year of American Independence. J. R. JOY, O. K. D. June 27 20 2t V - Plaster Paris, a superior article, Direct from the Manufacturer, for sale by C. L. CHATTBN. June 27 tf 20 Scgars. A very choice lot of Consolaccon's Gold Leaf, ? n:_ ir ?_ , aiui jviu iioiiuc. Fresh Soda Crackers, i. For sale by T. BONN ELL CO. , Jiino 23 tf 26 I Carriages. Tbe subscriber has now on hand, a variety of Carriages, Buggies, Rockaways, &.c., and Harness, , which he offers for sale at reduced prices. j Ho is prepared to build and to repair every de- ? script ion of Carriage, Wagon, Cart, Wheelbarr row &r., and all kinds of Iron work, either for plantation' or other use. by Holies carefully and neatly shod. , Mf r ROBERT MAN. June 27 tf 86 . / ' - - - "* *& i\ ?- - y-. y* - .t? - - __ - -?. Notice; The subscriber ha?mgr sold lii* eat'rrer stock to r. Jaurs-K.. iMcCaDDOJ<ytzke? pleasure intsecuw- '? Jinlirtg him to-1bo-patronage of hw>luK?ef- ciuj- ift ts ami .friends; fully- eanviiuedthae :Vr_ MoiDiKiy's knowledge of tlie- Shoe Business- will 0 able him to keep just suck a stock, as the mac- ? t requires- " V\ is hi rig to bring sty arodfcir Business' to- a >se, as speedily as possible; debtors aM urgently quested, to come forward at1 once acncf sfctue the J me with! my agent,-. Mr. ?1 Ilarr(iv W; OLNEY.. D" Ifdrittg taken the store Kriretofere'occupied C Mr- Ch W. 0-afEY,. 1' intend to' have on f rid; at alk timet:? a. well selefcted stocfe cf p a *;?. . *.? . < t li L w(3f Xlioesy Ft.uz ana' isonnei-ranaao'?en ai eucn ices-as-to render it an object for *llr who desire save irtoney,- togise rrte a call?Hering the-fa- r iiiies to-supply myself- srt the very lowest prices,, mediately front the- Ittaruifaetorksi a small ad? ^ we only will be' asked for the- cash:. ,, Received, and. now opening Cstw^fr cffrhpf id- r ? s-goed assortment lor- the season,- which. wtJl ' added torcontinually,- at?- required-.. 8 Any description of Shoes made to- orde?' and ouiring executed w.ith. neatness and despatch.- ' I ?. AlfcCADlXXV.A Bonn respectfully informs Erie friencfe, and Jj e community generallyfthat he wrfl continue to a hie best exertions to accommodate all- who HI ... Carndenv 37th Jttng", 1840. 37 J ... i In Eqnify^KePsMw. a C.J. Slj-i?mcn;ei.ai ) A. ir. I /0 Foreclose .Homage. g In pursuw.eeof the ordgra bf the Court made June Tcfm, 1840. 1-wiU offer at public se-lcy * rfore theCoort llou.se at Camden; oh the first * ^mdtfy iff AtJgost ensuing; beifig the" si*lh day ot i iitf month; all that let er parcel of land; with the ? newents iUfereupon. tying and fiittiatW in the ' own of Camden;S. C'j kuiornvand diatHfgtfiehed \ i the plan of 9aid Town . s Let number eleven | .tmlredanff sevent j-six (No. 1*176) fronting east i > Broad street sixty-six leet- . I Teiuis?So much cash as will pay the costs- ofc ic proceedings in the above cause and the balance . i a credit of six mouths, purchaser giving bond ith personal security. WM. M. SHANNON, t Commissioner. J June 28th, IS43. ($3,93) 6t _27 1 $30 Reward. Ranaway froiu tire subscriber on the morning of \ te 10th inst., PETER, a pale Mulatto Fellow, ( tout 5 feet 10 or 11 inches high, very thick, stoot I id square set, about 25 years of age, eyes very < right, and a scar over one eye. J l'eter was brought from near Colombia, S? C. i Mr. Jacob Lucius, in the spring of 1847, and jrehused of a man named Miles. I 'I hc above reward will be paid for bis apprehen* on and confinement in any jail eo that 1 can get im. DEKALB BRYANT. Oswiclie, Ruesel County, Ala. June 18,1849. Alt N UAL FAIR or tub SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE. oa tiik Promotion of Arts, Mechanical Ingenuity and Industry. The First Annual Fair of tlie above Institute will be aid in Charleston, commencing on Wednesday, 17th Ociber next, ai.d continue open during the week. Specimens of Art, Ingenuity, Mechanical Skill ml Industry of every description, is solicited for tits xhibiliun, Ironi all the soudieru Slates, and Premiums ill he awarded to those presenting the best specimens. As this is the first effort made in the southern Stales to lvonce the Mechanic Arts, by means of rii Annual Fair niilar to those that have proved so beneficial to the orthern .Mechanics, the Board of Managers earnestly ilicit the co-operation of all wlio feel an interest in the rosparity of the South, anil appeal to every Mechanic, lanufiiciurer, and all jjersons engaged in pursuits of skill ( nd industry of whatever description, to send some speci- j ieit to this Exhibition, and they hope thai every district i this State and of our sister States will be represented at J te. Fair. , All those who intend sending articles for exhibit! >u, 'ill please give notice to L. M. Hatch Chairman Commitits of Arrangements, at as early a day as possible, und ( very specimen sent will be carefully atteuded to and j turned after the Exhibtion. officers of tiie institute. Wm. Gregg, president. Wji. Kirkwoob, 1st Vice President. w? m i.iwi on. 2d Vice President. F. C. Jones, Secretary. II. S. Uriooh, Treasurer pro tern. directors. 1 Joseph Waiker, G. N. Reynolds, Jr., J. II. Taylor, E. W. dgerton, W. G. De Saussure, !>. M. Hatch, C. L). Carr. [. D. Walker, F. J. Porclier, D. N. M'lntosli, C. Y. Richndsou. Win. J^bliy. ID" The fallowing is a list of Premiums to be awarded. Fur tile best Specimen a silver .Medal, and for the next est a Dephmia. ' For New Inventions a Gold Medal, at the discretion of 1 ie Committee. Articles of all kinds not named below will be received, id premiums awarded for the euiue. Architectural drawing, Design for diploma for the So. Ca. institute, 1 Painting in oil, ' Painting in water colors, Miniature painting, pen drawing, Pencil drawing, crayon drawing, Sculpture, penmanship, Pest mode of constructing wharves, Be.-I press for packing cotton, Best rice thrashing machine, ' Best cotton gin, best refrigerator, Best plough, churn, and washing machine, Stone mason's work, carving in wood. Carpenter's work, by hand. Carpenter's work by machinery, Model of a ship,?specimens of Boat builders work, ship joiners work, Pump and block making, Mill-w rights work, coojiers work, Four wheel carriage, buggie. gig or sulkey, Curt or dray, steam engine, firetinginc, Turning in brass, iron or wood, , Blacksmith's work, * Casting in iron or brass, Iron railing, fence or gate work, I Brass or cop|M?r work, locksmiths work, Bell hanging and gunsmiths work, Instrument makers work, Ijuno'inukers and jewelers work, N'ilvemuith work, silver plating, I . Die sinking, lithography, Kngraving on a tee I, copper or wood, f Mechanical dentistry, cutlery, v Clock and watcii making, f Ornamental house painting, , Ornamental sign painting, t ubinct work, fancy printing, liook printing, fancy binding, I Ruled and bound ledger, c Paper, side of sole leather, Side of harness leather, . Calf skin, dressed for boots, Carriage harness, V Ihtggie or sulkey harness, c Curt or dray harness, riding saddle, , Jleaver or silk hat, cloth cap. Military or fircincns rap, Puirof boots, pair of shoes, Pair of ladies gaiters, Pair of ladies slippers, Tailoring, umbrella or parasol, I l< Hair dressers work, gilding. 8 Stucco work, modeling in plaster, Tin work, plumbing, Basket or wicker work, wooden ware, Dyeing in wool silk or cotton, Upholsters work, Mantua making, Mtlinery, shirt making, quilt, Embroidery in gold or silver. Embroidery in silk or worsted, y Artificial flowers, Ornamental hair work. a Raw silk, nol lew llian 1 lb. .Manufactured silk, Weaving, hand loom, Weaving power loom, Specimen of cotton yarn, 1'air of knitted stockings, socks or gloves, Gimp, fringe and ornamental waving, J' Coach lace, confectionary, Refined loaf sugar, pottery, glass, Manufactured iron, rnt nails, Wrought nails, gray bricks, I'ress bricks, fire bricks, f1 Turpentine, manufactured, soap is Tallow, sperm or wai candles, ai Soda water, cake making, t| Starch, flour, cheese, Rntter. for winter use, not less than 10 lbs. lino 30th, 1?49. . .. <ij To Kent. * $ I'he house on Rutledge, St., recently occupied <jl the subscriber. Also the tehemeht fi^foeite ju ij. K. S. Moffat's residence. i,; JOHN WORKMAN, fnne 27,184S.* 2(3 tr \y %. m it .- ? r - ; 'j-i j r<*j^ * J " ', I i ill- Ij, Tiffigtfjgjgagag TU t3r iatT Kustew fj?^ * * 7.->i rftrtg- Birtsist ,, ?| ppMfei to* ^ Av? or sue writes B^T%?3tfijs _ i?cts<fc. Tia&wuB?9 a* rftgftartrf tw sum ikwunrf^ ??*? ^ropeflji, jay, sito^A?ii4gMi*w??ifc B(tgsbs^ 6afeMgi^y?^g> ?r ovEKWOExr jtroStfl^ A jojV ?n& oAPtovi? ?tfefc fTw fOpSii tf| km ?*- n> -nr?jS. ofrftteo?? toPCNU^-jriwisi^ * ? .. 'i.R? u? aittSfiua, R?nvrniT3a>.ItiMii<iil'i|(y<rii mi m* AjxctrrcoiK. --t" B*w. ?o ailing op- n the A^^n??3D-. A j. L. S*rrill?i&Mngr Men ? * ?* istn whig Coughj. aiw.il rey dfegrw thar I wa? hominsjB.'lw j^it'kigJSyb* y lu-Yr tlie- vjbnrot'int aSSL# ny.rWlelT Until I pnii?ure?fi- Uwrtft ?Ojfc?*H6flQC*T*. ! WOttT'iMul TAR, friikA AH*a6*W*j6ral? a* fc"iuciimitir3??>*. SyJBML ' ' From; thc-Sotr. Willhkia &*t#v tor IWmb?t ?f riw^ity ??f Cincumau.ft?r mawlhaiii uieocj fwoJ3 Tlic statement) af iSistrirtr flnFffc ?n6t?e4(ti?4l*ftRSfrt tmflilcmfr of tfitr ptiHttr:.- f hairttitof ?MBd*fcfliiNai?Bfc* a? *aulv having a^d-tlte niir?baiiW:?W>tig^PiiM|>r?w?? CBJofpnati-, Awgusr 12V fi rwuxliu Wifeo? Be*, GkhfgB-W^aEfcrt^ii I fiav?r Ue?m. olBirtetC wflt t?a_liH mml onxr -T Imvinr tried! rarcoa? pi lit ifulft^^Ji,jyttrB<rrv*t ,4c tme * tH?ft Dk. K?eM?Vlattva^toi -Tbt,. jxl A?'m<f ijnr.a. rtUofi J uw^jeebaMcudtirT* aflaAu. *e * ofR> rmg1. wfjft rlheryrf' 1 i?g?r - SAff<tH 111 TTPinirinmiti. Aturiitk ]?. v. '** ay-Ttie folk>%*i?i^revoC??ar faftete-oTtiie ftxatdfitin. ^i?licd'pliysMkBWin-Chwieeed,b wiliHt agpdfer I let I nonetmined Croat of dafyto pripjirleofcinwing.si;de?TW:o>. eonscioaa U>0*i& maf hmsT. Vr. Oniric Wade; "Ftliib city;''^*r citfe PtlJtrmnary CoManipttaarlui; Olfa $ Mi? *?* renting vt uii fea? tlirav moitL wweaaV.. jLUaMMMMt hat of Him trK>ni}?rl pernfttUJd Ifini' it> iqcwjttittB'* jrerttort rani Tar; taxft tisMtt'tbaSMk at?3>r<fc?* ivero rfafly surprising; Aftei iwiSg UiiK??^ifrir^MWbvMy <>if? v&ere deromhitied, a?? he W? gaom jpHywd U? I <th corn rimtidnJilf retMailbiii agr . homer# U> prfsrrihe tbia remedy matt' ptdnvaaaytam.' >laiut? wUkii baffle the ordinary mode iCtieefiHil WTLMAX J. BIUEAmNML&' Cincinnati, Oct. 1st, 1847. 'l4'-' . Extract frtinxn letter dated Jw?fao^?D8?ftCfc>ffTH5 WPti >fr. A. L. ?S'c?*iHr CuietuJiaii.^ . ;.s :ji rjWi'^fel jr D'-or Sie?1 vxxu* ynu ??cnJwe tjftifAlWpfcjPfclmj :etV Liverwort and Tar. I am e?b*i? and ittTe constant t iUla lor it.. TT? it Ms made here, has made a jpraC <SMMxt fcJrifc Yours, ^ R. W. IflTtTflCTC^q|fe#er ^ We witf nor a*f* thr the ran be given in favor of any other toedirine.0Qjk&lgri? testimonial* ore front perron* ha good ?*ndnjf, fch* ciri be seen ?hd heard from; and fiom*Yl^bhHanFvrpfciiiuYii" njoytnc the confhfenCeof tfie pppptey wbfcy aM>aM>awriug C7* Be ware of Coaaterfeitt and bwe Imittfwnt Jf9. N.B.?The genuine artiele* if aigned;"ArtHWjt'. jem." cm the engraved wrapper amend mfiiJtort?C_." JKrPrice?$1 per battle, or ni Bottk* tor 8M wliolevale andretail br ' ''' *? < vie1? v 8COVlL ^ MB AI>,. 1 la.C&mfcsht,' between Cmtti and Sr. L/xwaruYNew Oxfeam. Sole Gfehcral Ajreht* forth? S^wtfrm State*. Sold bv J. It McKahv, Camden j-ff. I lUfi, l.WHrtlh ? Hnviland, Uarrall <kCo., ami *3ii -. - i .< -?.M-rTri -fr lii'n \ctf V&iiljtSBj&2Lc * * Mi-ea nnnas nDOtT DKRIKAViu ^ns. M, KlJCi JEJxm. Jm. Mf? ?y-, > ??for Rhenraatiwth Goat, Pain in thdsfdfe,H?f Limbs and Joints, Scrc-flila, King's fWil/ WJtfts dwellings. Hani Tumors, -Stiff Joints', and all Fixed Pains whatever. ,. Where this Flutter it applied, pain cantibl ilSul. These Plasters possess the advantage ?f bemmwt up iiCi sir-tight bote.', hence they retain their iaiLvntfsis ail rlimatfH. We have jilst received the folto wfajfiwltiftj . tiial front C. C. Seliere, ad emnrttet lawyer iir aseoeasfai practice in Wilcox county, Althnma. lie is a gentlemaa ; In high standing, and one whose influence has groat weight; Camden', A&.TS'oV. St. WB.' . Messrs. Scovii (f Mend t GerulemfenJ-Haring beta luested to state wliat has been-the result of my^expcrieocp in the use of your Hebrew Plaster, I cheerfully comply, ly saying that 1 have found it to be as heretofore mobmnended. an invaluable medicine, igdidepent casasofmy family T have applied the Plaster to chronic-soTo#, flmtorv,' tnd pains, and it has never failed to afford imtimrfelieC 1 have also used it with good eflfecf Bpoo uiy.avnl pfwon,' in the cure of ulcers, with which 1 have b4ea severely ifllicted. Respectfully, etc. C. C.'SELLBRF. Qp" Beicare of Counterfeits and Bane CAUTION?The subscribers are the oimv General Agents in the Southern -States for tw sate ortWPBfly. valuable Plaster; and in order topre?eaf'panhfes?NitSm: imposed upon by & counterfeit article, sc elsewhere for the genuine, they invite particular attention to the following marks of the genuins; 1. The genuine is put up smooth, engmreton#??tomed boxes, not soldered in. . i ajy2. The gennine has the engtnvedteatf 'Of JflwgiMcr. on the directions anmnd' the box, with oeeouipuuyiil?9ftcord of Court, to K. Taylor, Rochester,. x yMu SCOVTL & MEAD, llSfWrtsi^ ~ Between Conti and 8t. Louis ?ts., Ntfw Orleans. ' Sole General Agents for the Southern SuJM-rj htrWP1, Sold by J. R. McKttln Camden: A. Fitch ?pjMMU Elavilaml Harmll <Jto. Charleston; P. Jit Cofeerv CTjan^s-.' ton; M. Hail Winnsboro; Haviland Keise^Co. HaldeditaM New Vork- L Fresli Family GfO? rt?^^ 4 Loaf, lamp, crushed, powdered,' clarified ?ntf brcwn Sugars - t Rio, Java, Laguira; Mocha and Cuba CoffiN^y*" Gunpowder and IIj6on Teas ' -*&<*-jmit New Orleans, Trinidad and Cuba Uolaftses Rice, Mackarel, Salmon and Herrings . v v Confectionary, Green Gihger. for presernnjjf' ' Almonds, Raisins, Figs &c. lust received and for sale low for cash.. .- * 0*Thc highest market prices <either caafco/ tarter) paid lor country produce. w*may A E. AT?jfB5r Notice. ' pv Information given to the subscriber, which he telieves correct, that certain individualsaretred-. >assitig on his lands, near Camden, by baulihgoff vood, ?tc.; and of others taking juniper wood rom his lands on Pine Tree Creek Jranch, near Mr. Charles PerTuns, without pe?v nission?he now warns afP trew^tis&f# dn msT ' *1"4 ' ?ill - ? ? AAJtlf nlfcrfter ??' arris, tnai ne win pruscv-uic vUU.?v. _. __ ibtains proper infor ation. ' ^ Also, all persona are forbidden to hire en^ df lis negroes (Mechanics or others) at their peril; vilhout a written permit by himself* and ail<4c* aunts, fur wurk by them, must be paid to htm at. fa rder. JAMES CHESNim Mulberry, June 6th, 1640. 3t 4 '=; SMI For Sale. . Oxen and valuable large Steers at immh ars a pair?a purchaser may selecj from- a good lock to suit his fancy, at the above.ppce. Apply at Mulberry, near Camden, to, . ^ * GEORGE' BROWw. June 7th, 1849. 8t ^4 Candles, Set* &ES-1 Sperm, adamantine and Tallow Candles, Soapr Itarch, Mustard. Pepper, $picc, Ginge|> (gram.-, nd ground) Cloves, Nutmegs, Sic. For saLaJyfv may 23. __ __ A. fi. ALLETfT Thr State of Soath?CaroliiM^n ., LANCASTER DISTRICT. In the Common Pleas, ' uhn Adams, Shdriflf, ) ' v is. > Dec, inFpf. Attachment J. W.arlislft. Whereas t!.e PlaiutifT did' on the 16th of April le his Declaration against the Defendant who i absent from and without the limits of_thia State* nd has neither wife nor attorney' kfrowp withm ie same, upon wlioin a copy of toe*saidDdc&rtiou might be served; It isx)rdered,tbat the safd afendant do appearaqd plead to the said dewfanon on or before the (6th day of ApriL which will a in the year of our Lord one thousand eight h8n> red and forty-nine, otherwise float at)A absolute idgment will then be given5 and awarded agamat im. - I|.R/PRICE, Or*. Clerks Offlrc. April 16 fW. T * f Mt . She"