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votmm 2. CAMKEX, SOUTH CAROLINA, FEBRUARY 4,185L, ~NUMBERJft t? ? V/UVJaix" inrByMT"-"*'''*""-' "F .V? TIIE CAMDEN JOURNAL. rrBt.lpIIKD BY WARREN & PRICE. THE SK.Mi-WKKKLV JOURNAL !s puSJisii -A e? Three I'iiIIriv ami Fifty Cents, if paid in advance, or Four Dollars if payment is delayed for three months. TiiS WEEKLY JOURNAL J? pn'ilishe ! .t TwqfDci'ars if paid in iilvnnee. or Two ( ollnrs and v Cents, if r-*ymen! i- delayed for Six months. aiJ Three Dollut*. if not paid until the end of the year. ADYE'.l~fSF-MENTS will he ins-rtcd at the following I rales : "or pn.r square (1 i lines or less1 j(l the semi-weekly, "no do;l.ir f->-th- first. and twenty-five cents for eaoh atlhseqne'it |. j.in l.t the we ' . -five cents per square for the first, 1 ~ ' illli.-,-n|]..rtl in. i?ii' iniriy s- mw . . ...... vrft mi Singh-. insertions one dollar prr square. Tin* numner of iidesired. un<) the coition to be published in, inu-t !v noted oil tin; margin of all advertisements, or they will be inserted semi-tvoekly until or* riered to b? discontinued. an" charged according I v. Semi-monthly. monthly and quarterly advertisement* charged the same n* for a single insertion. ?KTAll communication* by mail must be post-paid 01 recur* attention. The f tllowing gentlemen ere Agents for the Journal: \Vn. C. Caston, (letteml Agent. Cot.. T. W. Hokv, Jacksonlutru. Lancaster Diet. S. IT. Kosskr. Esq.. !.aneast rvil|e, S.C. f". C. jMc> 'Rt'M.tiK.v. CartUage. N. C. W.C. Moork. Esq.. Caindeit. S. C. And Postma t?r<are cqn-nted to acta* our Agents. I HHH Pu'tj nf the .S7?/.V.?South Carolina, on the ? second Monday in next IVhnarv, will rens ert atitl vindicate her past and present pledges, or ?l:e will sign the bonds of* her shame and ignominy. Do we not know, that the appellation of c.htvti'ru. will change to terms denoting a bragging coward, if wo submit after so manv sounding tiireals ami lofty declarations of resistance^ Our ears will ring with tliese debasing names, and tlio recollection of the past will make them strike upon our brows as truths and facts. Mere ridicule, the high and moral strength of a true man can, well defy, when conscience within assures that duty has been fearlessly perlormed. But what strength of manhood can defy taunts of truth that lav bare the reasons of submission? Will not the only reason for submission be fear?fear ofthe struggle? Without a struggle, w e are undone. Shall we then not make one decided stand for our rights and property? If Athens could defend all (ireece against Persia, if Holland could roll back from her dikes and canals a French invasion?if England could maintain the inde jieodence of Europe against the enchanted * sword and cuirass of Napoleon ? if America, "not vet in ike bone ami gristle of manhood," could stand up against the British empire, and carve from her side the independence of America?if scarcely eighty yeomen in the interior of Massachusetts coald begin that glorious strug gle, and make it catch in every colony from theSt. Croix to the St. John's?what dread is there, tha?. South Carolina cannot successfully * assert her secession from the Union, and stait the movement that is to cease only with a .Southern Confederacy? A wavering |?olicv, and irresolute action will ruin us; in firm, irulaunted and decisive action, repose all our trust, and all our hope of the perpetuity of our liberties. Abbeville Banner. A Lady and her Children Flying from her Husband.?The Pittsburg (Pa.)tJazette ofMouday, gives an account of an affair which took place at the Exchange Hotel last Monday, and appears to have created considerable sensation. On Saturday, a lady with four children on her way to New York, took lodgings at the Exchange Hotel. At an early hour on Sunday a gentleman, accompanied by a legal friend, came to the hotel and examined the register. Ti e gentleman, on seeing the lady's name declared that ho was her husband, and demanded to be shown to her room, for the purpose of taking possession of the children. ** *-1 ??:# alt,i clw.,1,1 lie was requesu'u u# wmu ........ .-..v rise, when perhaps the affair could be settled in an amicable manner. The gentleman and his friend then left the room, and it was supposed ^ that they had gone out of the hotel: but, iu a short time, the clerk heard the screams of a female, and going into 'he entry saw the husband running down the si:.i .? with his children, pursued by their mother. He immediately went to the lady's assistance and rescued three of them, which he gave i,nto Lei charge. The husband retained possession oi the youngest, .and was going out the door, when the clerk caught it hy J tlie clothes, but the father pulled it out of his hands and run off with the child, which was perfectly naked, its clothes having been torn off in the affray. The servants ol the hotel, ; Summoned by the screams of the woman, purSued, and chasing the man down Penn street, isucceeded in overtaking him. The child was j recaptured and handed hack to its mother, who i still remains at the hotel. _ | The Genuine JT/V.v. Partington.? Man v jour -t i rtf nOVS III tUO poiiniry n.iv*.- jfvr(;i-ii ,-ii.v:u <i vnm y jokes at the expense of one Haine Partington, | and the Boston Post hns said some admirable things i:i her name which have been copied far snd wide. i:i this way many have become familiar with the fame of that s mple-hearted old ladv, who are ignorant of the circumstance which gave her the notoriety she enjoys, and many ethers go so far with their scepticism as to esteem iter a sort of Mrs. Harris, whoso name is merely a stalking-horse for the convenience of newspaper wits. This is all a mistake. There was a real Mrs. Partington, and she owed her fame to the wit of Sydney Smith, who in a speech on the Reform Dill at Taunton in laiglaml referred to her as follows: | "I do not mean to he disrespectful, hut the attempts of the Lords to stop the progress of I reform, reminds me very forcibly of the great } storm of Si Imoutli, and of the conduct of the i ovcellent Mir. Partingt<>u cn the occasion. In | the wint t of IS*?I4. t icre set in a great flood upon th it town, the title rose to an incredible I height, the waves rushed in upon the houses, I and everything was threatened will destine| lion. In the midst of this sublime and terrible storm, Dame Partington, who liVed upon the bench, was seen j:t the door of her house with mop and pattens, trundling her luop and squeezing out the sea water, and vigorously pushing way the Atlantic Ocean. The Atlantic was roused. Airs. Partington's spiiit was up; lint I need not tell you the contest was unequal. The Atlantic Ocean heat Mrs. Partington. She was excellent at a slop or a puddle, hut she should riot have meddled with a tempest. Oeiitlenien, be at your ease?be quiet and steady. \ ou will beat .Mrs. Partingtorn" TilK F110Z12N SHIP. At I hi* period, when so much anxiety pre. vail* respecting III* late of Sir John Franklin, everything relating to the Polar regions is of interest. Ihe following sketch is one ol the most thrilling we have ever heard. One seiene evening in the middle of August, j 1775, t apt. Warrens, tl.e master ol the Ciieen. i land whuieshtp, found hiiu-eif Ih-c.timed among || an mi in*ii.?? iiuiii'M'i i>i ice tie re* 111 ail-mi 11 | degrees ut north latitude. On nne side, in<i : wuitiii a miif of his vessel, iiie?a were c "s<-ly | wedged together, and a Mi?ce**i;?ti "I mcwj colored peaks apnea:ed l? liiii'l i?:h?r a* ' l.ii' as liit* ? v? cxtiiti ii'urli, li 'iviii^ lit il III" ' ocean w.?* eo 11j? t !%' Idoi-kmi n,t in lliai ijnar I lei", nii'l l Imi i< had proh.ihit linen ft lorn lone ! |?.?itoil ol tiiiie. (.'njil. Warrens I; i nnl leei aitoeetlier wi: !i hi< situation; litil I lie re : Itei ng no wind If enuld mil move one wav i the oilier, and tie I liMif n !t"pt a *'iiel watch, know mo in.,i ||.> would iie >a!e a* I.nig a* lie* J iceItei on con'.inued in ;! ir respective place*. Ali*niiiiti'olit llie win I to*- to a "I'e. ae. coinjtanit'd i>\ thick. shower* o| miow, white u j succession ol tieniend nis thundering. grinding* i and clashing noi>e>, gave leaijnl evidence that : liie ice was in in t'in. i tie ves*el received i vinli'iit shocks even moment; lor t'ie li r/.ines. I o| I lie aliini*nliere prevented those on lioa*d j II'Kill di?Co\eiing in what diieclioii ill-' Ojien | water lay, or il there aetna'Jv was am at all on j either side oi them. The night was spent in ! tucking as olteu as any eau*e o| dinner h ip i p.neil to preM-nt itself, and in 'hf morning the j .?lorin alialed, ami ("apt. Wariens found to his j great jo)' that In* ship had not?u*'nineil any so | iioiis injury. ||e ie naiked wi ll Mi'pii*e, that (the a''ciiiiia!uled ieeli !?., which had, on the i preceding menico. loriiied an iuinenetinlde hairier, had Iteen s pa a'ed and disarranged hv tlie wind, and in one place a canal '11* open sea wound it* tvairse ate nig theui a* fat a? llie eye e-'iild ,:i?- em. It win two miles lievun I lie" entianee oflhis canal iii it a ship made i's appearance about 1 ! noon. I'm* *ii i shone Inighliv at the lime, and , i a oeiille liree/.e Idew from the north. At fir*l I ! MMijt* ilit? rvrniri^ MVIMM'JJS I ('ipt. j U .iiifi s lnMii distinctly v**??ii?u anvthinp lull ! Iiri j ii;i s I mi lie whs >11 noli with tin* isf r;i ut^t* j ma.iincr in which her sails were disposer!, iind ' ! Willi the 11 i si i hi hi ,'d n-|M'cl id" her yards and i r eejno. She cot.lin ic I to j; i before the wind for a lew f it ion,; , and theii^roiiinliii^j iijmiii the low ice!?e|i?s, remain'd motionless. Captain \\ arreti's eni iositv was so miieh ex. cited that lie immediately leaped into his li.>ai i with several seamen, an I rowed towards her. ; On approaching lie observed thai her hull was I miserahly weatlieibeaten, and not a sold tip , pea red on tin' deck, which was covered with snow to a considerable depth, lie haimi her : crew several time., but no answer was teinrii.' 1 ed. Pievioiis in stepping on hoard, an open ' poil.ho,e near the main chains eanolil his eye, ' and on lookiti" into it, lie perceived a man re I dining back on a rliair. wnli willing mateiials i on ;i table before him. lint lIn* feebleness of the i light made everything indistinct. I lie |>h Iy 5 wi'iii iijion deck, and having removed the hatch! way, which they found closed, they descended to the cabin. They first came to the apart ; merit which Captain Warrens viewed through | the pore hole. A tremor seized him as he enleied it. Its inmate retained his former posi tjon, and seemed to lie insensible to strangers. I 11c was found to lie a corpse, and a gicen I damp mould had covered his cheeks and fore. ; head and veiled his open eye.halls. He had a I pen in his hand, and a log.hook lay before him, I this last sentence in wlmsi! uiiliui?lird page ran |thu?: "Nov. 1 1, 1702. \V<> l.avc noiv liven j enclosed in the ice seventeen ila \ s. The ft re [ went nut yesterday, and our innMer has been trying ever tiuco to kindle it ng*iii without success. His wife died thi* morning. Then is no rtlipf." Captain Warrens and his seamen hurriec fmrn thp spot without littering a word. Oi entering the piinripa! cabin, (he first ohjec that atlraeted their attention was the dead bod; of h female reclining on a b"d in an altitude ? deep interest and attention. Her cnnntenanci retained the fie-dines* of life, and a contractioi of the limbs showed that her form "was iiiani mate. Seated on the floor was the corpse o : n apparenily young man. holding a steel ii one hand and a flint in the oilier, as if in tin act <.f striking fire upon some tinder which la] beside him. In the fire part of the Vessel sev , era! sailors w. re found lying dead in theii t l ? ft... ?. ./I ?t.n t. .wis* u lwii? ii-nc f*rr?iifalii*/f h |J'-|I1I*, rum nit- immo ?ji w ""j ? ? I thej huitoin of the gaqgwny stairs. Neilhe I provisions nor fuel could Im discovered any where, lint ('apt. Warrens wa? prevented l> the superstitious prejudice* of his s-amon, fron examining the vessel as minutely as he wishe to Lave done. Tfc* therefore carried awayth log I look it I ready mentioned, and returned t his own ship, and immediately steered to tli southward, deeply impressed with the awful ex ample, which he had just witnessed of the dan tier of navigating the Polar seas in high north era latitudes. On returning to Rutland he made varum inquiries respecting vessels that had disappear ed iu an unknown way, and liy comparing th icsulls ofihosc with information which was al lorded Lyllie written documents in his posses siuir, he ascertained the name and history < the imprisoned ship and her unfortunate niastei | and found that site had lieen frozen thirtee j years previous to the iime of his discovering he i am-uig i|n? ire. ? Weslminsf-er llei-icir. ?nra ^rr> ,- rr-*t*7r n iojlw m ?i j Liberty Hill Male Academy i ft HE Trustees of this Academy would rosnec' j 1 fully announce to the public that its exercise i will commence on Monday Urn 6ih inst., unde ! the direction of r. J.R. Blake, A. M. .Mr. Blak is a South Carolinian and comes tons highly rf commended both as a gentleman and a schola as tlie annexed certificates will shew. The sola lastic year will be divided into two sessions offiv months each, and all pupils will be charged fror | the lime of entering until the end of the session. ] Terms per Session. For Reading, Writing and Arithmetic. $"7,0 ; The above with English Gianunar, Geography, and Ilisikiv, 10,0 ! The above with Algebra, Geometry, Philosopliy, &-< 1G.0 The above with l.atin and Greek, 20,0 1 Good boarding van be obtained at $3 pe month. ('eriijica.'es. I Uxtvsjtsm* gf Gr.ej;gta, Franklin College. I ink.- much pleasure in adding my individu: ! testimony o :h?- public vouchers which the beai i er. .Mr. John R<'imiv Blake, of Abbeville, S. C., wi ' receive from the authorities of this Institution, i An intimate connection with him tor the pat | three years has. in the minds ef the Faculty, gair ed for him a high reputation both for intellectuf and moral excellein.e. As a general scholar, h , secured a high honor in his class, and never, dii ' ring his sojourn among us, did he become omens ; o.e to discipline. Iti my own department, I consider Mr. Blak ' eminently and decidedly qualified to make a ver .-nperior Instructor?ami as such II would, wit ; bwishes and in all good faith, recommend hir i to any community who may wish for a man o i good solid acquirements and fine taste. JAS. WAlJDEL, l'rof. ot Ancient Literature in the University of Ga, I August Gil), IS 16. j Understanding that Mr. Jno. Rennie Blake de signs to seek employment as a Teacher, it give: i me sincere pleasure to say, that I consider him em j iiiently qualified to engage in the duties of tha i arduous and highly respectable profession. .Mr. Blake'j attainments in scholarship, his per severing industry, his correct moral habits, anc Gentlemanly deportment will insure him success, j I cordially recommend him to il.e patronage o I tlie Trustees of schools and others who may neec his services. II. HULL, J'rof. Math. Aug. 1st, 181G. Franklin College. tTVery satisfactory 01:111111111 cations have alsr been roomed troin Guv. J. 11. II lunnund and other iionti?;uii!ii who have had nbsoiv.iiieii upon Mr B.akoV success 1:1 the management of large Acad wimp*. Tlmse, also, represent liiin nut only as i scholar, hut as a diligent and faithful Instructor. Other certificates have been obtained, but the above are deemed sufficient, J. S. THOMPSON, ) W.M.DIXON, > Tim II. R. BROWN, S Jan'. 4, 1851. 2 NEW STORE. 'jpiIK subscriber would inform his friends and J. the public generally, that he has opened an extensive stock of <i>IlOCi?2lli&S, al the stand formerly occupieo by Joseph W. Duby, o ie door south oi CampheH's Bakery, and opposite II. Bevy & Son, wlmre ui ty be lottud all articles usually kept in the Grocery line, consisting1 in part of the lolhnving: Fulton Market Beef No. I and 2 Mackarel in kitts, for family use; Riu and Java Coffees; crushed and brown Siig .rs; New Orleans Molasses, (new crop) butter, wine and soil,, crackers; cheese, buckwheat, raisins, currants, almonds', English mustard, filberts, pecan nuts, assorted pickles and preserves. also A few do*/,, old Port Wine, lleidsirk best Ch.unnniniR. London Porter and Scotch Ale in pints, to. aether a large stock cl Bagging, Hope and Twine, all ol \\ Inch he oilers Juw lor cash. Jan. 1. S. E. CAI'ISRS IVolice. 1WII L open the Tax Hooks belonging to the Town of Camden, on the lirsl day of January I isi) I, for the purpose of collecting I lie taxes, and will keep open the same until the first day of March, ensuing, at which time they will be clused and all deiauters dealt with according to Jaw. By order ol Council, L. W. BALLAKI), Town Troas'r. December HI I'm - - vv r TIIIKII POTATOES?A few Kbln. ju?t received by aHAW Si AUSTIN. I Victims of Dyspepsia, Looi Here OR. ALLEN'S COMPOUND. This Medicine is offered to the public generally from a i full conviction that it is superior 10 any other now in use, I j for the cure of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Nervous De- f bility, Bodily weakness, die. f f Prepared only by the proprietors, G. W. ALLEN, M D., , ' ,| Philadelphia, nnd J. A. & W. L. CLEVELAND, No. 207 ' f t King Street, Charleston, S. C. p 1 None Cenuine unless signed by Dr. G. W. ALLEN, and e 1 countersigned by J. A. & W. L. CLEVELAND The t bottles having the words '*Allen's Dyspeptic Medicine * - Philn., blown on the class. . . * ' Sole agent for Camden, Z. J. DeIIAV, t it Sept 20, lb5J. 75 ly ] EI03IE TESTIMONY. a MR Z J. Dull AY?Dear Sir?I feel it a duty j r -ifJL WHICH I owe IU PUCiei.V a I lur^c, ituu Uiuoc j ( who suffer wi h U)>'Pf>Ps,'a i'1 particular, to add my testimony t? the virtue of Allen's Compound, not a 1 lor the sake of seeinr my name in print, but for * Truth's sake. I procured a bottle of you l;i6t June, f )' which relieved me so much that I was induced to n try : secon.I, which completed what the first began_ J (| ?my appetite, which before was insaliable, be" ,, came natural and regular, and I now enjoy better \ health than I had done for three years previous to using that invaluable n edicine. Yo j are perfectly J P at lilmrtv to make whatever use of this you please. Respectful your?, Z. MARSHALL. r ' Chesterfield, H. C., Dec. 10, 1650. 9S 20,000 PAIRS OF J BOOT AND SHOES. ,, r I "*0 BIO HAD at the New Shoe Store, and wil. [ X be sold lower than any ever helore ofFere. f in this market?having paid the cash lor eve y ar. v licle, and 6clec.t(d from the best and largest man f ' I'uacturcrs in the United Stales, we flatter our" r, selves that no one can fail to be pleased in quan e n tity, quality and price. The stuck consists iu part > r sa follows? t Men's fine Calf stitched Boots " " " Pump Boots i ! " " Waterproof do cork soles " " " do stitched and quilted soles C , 200 pairs fine Calf sewed Boots, from $4 5tl to $6 00 g 2<K) " " " nnd Kip peeped Boots, from $2 to $6 00 j t- Men'* fine Calf sewed Bootes to S4 00 i s * " ' a id i loth Congress Boots $3 to $4 50 1 ,r '* " " Jersetr Tie*. S3 to S3 5J '' " " pegged Bootee*. $1 to $2 00 ' " Kip * " 75c to SI UO !* Youth's Kip pegged Bootees. 59e to 75o r, " Calf " " 75c to Si 00 >. " " Boots assorted e - Kip " Ladies' Department. n Fine silk Gaiters, black aud colored " satin " ' " lasting " " " 0 ' " welts nud black " " Half Gaiters, welts and black " " " " colored a id black 0 Welt " Tie*, Foxed. Broad and Easy " " ' without Tips, for corn* 0 " Jenny Lind Bootees, Kid and Morocco n Pump " " " " Aid and Enameled Excelsiors r Kid and Morocco Jenny Lind Buskin* Taylor Ties. Pump Fine Kid Slippers. with Rosette* Fine Morrocco Clippers and l ies Fine Ties and Buskin*, Welts Fine .Morocro do do r- Kid extra wide Slips and Ties II Goat Buskins and Ties, Welt* Goat Boots .. Miss is* black and colored Gaiters blue and light colored lialfGaiters " black, biue and nronze Bootees il " black and colored Slipp?rss e " Goat Bootees, sewed and pegged, for School Shoes l_ Children's Shoes and Boots, assorted T tgrther with a great x.- riety of Gentlemen's, Ladies' , and Children's Slio?i. loo numerous to mention. AI.SO e! Fine TRAVELING '1 KINKS. CARPET BAGS, v V ALICES, HATS and CAPS. All of which will posi1 | lively he sold lower than the lowest for ra-.h. i igrCall and see for yourselves, at the .NEW SJIOE n ! STORE of f , M URKMAN <Sc BOONE. h ?opt. 20. t J S. B. KEyiSHAW, ! Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity, [ CAMDEN, S. C. | Will attend the < ourts ol'Kershaw, Sumter, _ 3 . Fairfield, Darlington and Lancaster Districts. ^ 1 iT miiEsox, B A N K. AGE N T. [ j Ax nra old staxdoito site Davis's Hotel ^ ,! PATTlT. VI LLEPIGUE, !i I FACT OR* And General Commission merchant. 11 ? P ACCOMMODATION WHAItF, p ! CHARLESTON, S. C- ll Liberal ad* ante a made <>n cuii^fgiiiiients ol Pro. (luce, and | roii.pt attention given to the lurwardmgof (jooda, at tbe lowest ratei. ' Aug. till. (5*J ! JOHNB. DESAUSSURE, I AdyciN Wiiari, Charleston, ?. C. Will give prompt and close attention to the sale of all descriptions of Produce entrusted to his care, and to the selection and hliing of orders, sept. 13. 72 Cm 1 I FARC KEDICFDTO 8 20 Fit OH 4 Charleston to A'civ York. I The Great Mail limite from Charleston, S. CLHAVING the Wharf at the loot of Laurens st. y daily at JI, p in. alter ihe arrival of the South, ern cars, via Wilmington an i VVeldon, Petersburg, _ ' Richmond, to Washington, 13uJt.more, Pluladelphm, and to New York. i'ne public is respectfully informed that the steamers ol this hue, Iroin Gli riesiun to Wil- C mingtoii, are >n first rate condition, and are navi- ^ gated by well known and experienced command- V( era, and tin Kailiouds are in line order, thereby securing bo h safely and despatch. A THROUGH __ TICKUT having already been in operation will be cont.lined on and alter tho first of Oct. 1~49, n as B permanent arrangement from L'tiarleslon lo j Sew York. l'asteugers availing themselves there w ot will have the upturn to continue without delay through (he route or otherwise, to stop at any itn mediate points, renewing their seats on the line t suit their convenience. By this route travellers I may roach New Vork on the third day during busi- -I r?ess hours. Baggage will be ticketed on board ('j the stentor to Weldon, as likewise on the change . of cars at the intermediate points from thence to I New Vork* Through Tickets can alone be had ? of E 'A'IN SLOW, Agent of the Wilmington and Raleigh Railroad Company, at the office of the n Company, foot of Laurens street, to whom please J apply. For other informatio inquire of an L. C. DUNCAN, It at the American Hotel. en Msy 3. 3i if Election Notice. /' [N accordance with an Act passed at the hflt session of the Legislature an election will be leld throughout the District on Monday and the laj following, the 10th and 11th of February leg, <r three Delegates totheState Convention, The lection id he held two ays at each poll. the 1 lis to be open at 0 A, M. and close at * P.'M, inc. d y The Managers to meet at the Court louse in Camden on the Wednesday following at 2 o'clock, count the votes and declare tbeelec. ion. NANAGEB8. a At Camden ?K. S. Moffalt, John J. Workman ,nd S. J. Young. Cure ton's Mill,?Fed. Boweu, John Motley aol ames Teams. V .'1. a-, Ill 11 f.L_ jy TI L. O - ^ Uiuc'ty mil.?joim joruwn, uugu ouraoivrwiiiv,nd John Cunningham. Goodwyn's Store,?James Love, Richard Drake* ord and Flat Rock.?James Fletcher, William 6. Kirkand and John II. Ingram. Buffalo.?Burrell Joues, Charles Railty and VilliHin Catoe. Lysenbys.?L. W. R. Blair. James Bel!, and J, . il/cLauren. Schrock's Mill,?Benjamin McCoy, Robert Tar* ler and 1st Resolved, That the Managers of Election! ire requested to pay special attention to the tol? owing portions o? the law relatii g to Election*. Tiie naiica of the voters to be regularly* written is tliny vote, and the list preserved, If two or more tickets, in counting the roteib ke nund rolled up together, or more names be foaoi vritten on any ticket than ought to be voted for, ill such ticke's are not to be counted. No voter shall be allowed to put in more than* ii nrrln Kullnl nr nf noncr in f Kfl COmA KnV Af easel; t?ut a ticket is to be counted though it coo. ains fewer names than are to be voted for. If any Manager shall knowingly receive an ilegal vote, or shall refuse to receive a legal oM, ir shall neglect or refuse to attend the election, or hall count the ballots before the proper time, ?r it any other than the proper place, hoslsli be ha* ile to pena'tiea. Managers are authorized to administer oath* ind examine witnesses to maintain order and re^ tlarily at the pol/i*; and by order in writing (direo* ed to the Siieriff, Constabfb or Special ' Dtp^Jy,) to commit to jail, lor one d?y, any person who efusps to obey the lawful commands of the Ment? jers, or disturb their proceedings. Ifany person refuses to make proper oatlM^ eff f the il/anagers be otherwise satisfied that be it. lot qualified his vote shall he rejected. Tne Managers or any other person entitled vela, nay challenge any person offering to vote. In case ot death, removal from the District, or efusal to serve of any Manager, a majority of the Delegation arc authorized and requ red to fill Bp he vacancy by appointment in writing. Polls to be opened it 9 o'clock A. M. and closed it 4 P. M. with convenient intervals. Tbt befc ressel or bag to be sealed up when the polls Sf% tloeed not to be opened except to receive votes lie second day, and to count the vote at the rsjuar time and place. 2. Resolved, That the Managers of the Electron^ >rior to their proceeding to the Elections do take be following oath or affirmation before some Ms^ stratp, or one of the Managers of Elections to-*E* "Tnat. they will faithfuliy and impartially ros> met and attend to the foregoing Elections agroae* ?ly to the Constitution of the Stato ol South-Caro* in i and the laws thereof." Resolved, That the two years residence iwjtlirid by the Constitution in a voter, are the twoyetfw tnmedutely previous to the election, and thosix nonihs residence in the Election District are tb* ix months immediately previous to the electioa; at il any person has his h me in the Stale?he loea not lose the right of returning, but if one tave his home and tamilv in another State, the iresencc of such persons, although continued for wo ve.trs in the ita:e, gives no right to vote. Jan. 31. 9 3t rtie Soatli Caroliua Rail Road Coat* pauy auu lue soma rr esiuu > Road Ifaiik. The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of otli these Institution?, will be he.d on Tuesdays fie 11th dayul February next, at the Bauk Hall, .'he meeting to convene at eleven o'clock, A. Al? nd on the fo lowing dav, tu-wit: Wednesday, here w ill he an ejection at the same place, bib ween the hours of 9 o'clock, A. M, and 3 o'clock, M, lor a President and Fourteen Director* ti lie Road, and tor Thirteen Directors in the Bank. A Committee to verify Proxies will attend. "J. R. EMERY, Sec'y Jan. 17, 1851. 5 8c ' fUlfk 1LUS- BACO* HAMS, prima, )^vJL/Lr 5l) bblfi extra Family Floor 3 ) hexes Adainantitii' Candles. For aale by J.in. ?i. JOHN \V. BRADLEY. Clothing at Cost! A Lot ready made Coats. Pants, Vesta, Over. A coats, and Merino Shirts and Pants, Linn Ihirts and Collars. By H. LEVY & SON. Jan, 21 7 tf Carpeting* and Bag* at Cast! A tew niecea Carpetings. at positively coat. \ Bv II. LEW & SOK. Jan. 23 7 tf Iron and Hoes, &c, rUST RECEIVED a fu'l assortment of wife and narrow IKON?also, a full voppijr of >OES. Elwfll'o & Blade's make. Spades, Sbo< sis, Blacksiuiihs' Tools, etc., for sale by A M. 4- R. KENNEDY. Camden, Jan. 21, 1851. 0 8t SANTEE CANAL. nriE late rains have given the Santee Canal at L an.pie supply of water, so that Boats can paoo ithout delay. R. PRESS SMITH, Superintendent, Jan. 6. I* 3RASS Femlers, pierced iron do.; foldiiig|N?r 1 sort- <1., Firo Dnirc anil Firo Inula. of ovortf >acri lion. Ale 1)0IVALLdtCOOPER. CASE Fruits in their own juice, assorted, received and for sale by SHAW & AUSTIN. Bounty Land. rHE subscriber will prosecute claims for Land or Pensions, on reasonable terms. Soldiers id officers, in the Mexican war, in. the War of 115 the Fiorid* war, and other Indian war?.af? ititlod to Bounty Land. J. B. KERSHAW. Dec, 24, tflOI Att'y at Laty.