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r.a.T?r..,~"* """" r.?MW SOTTTH-flAROLIXA. FEBRUARY 18,1851. NUMBER 14.
VOL UAL ft L, . 1? THE CAMDEN JOURNAL rVRMSIlCD BV WARREN & PRICE. ^HB SEMI-WEEKLY" JOURNAL Is puhli -bed at Dollars and Fifty Cent", if paid in advance. or Four Dollars if payment is delayed for three months. THE WEEKLY JOURNAL Is published at Two Dollars if paid in tdvanee, or Two Dollars atul Fifty Cents, if paytneut is delayed for Six otoliths, and '1 hire Dollats. if not paid until the end of the year. ADVERTlSlAiR NTS will lie inserted at the follow in e rates: For one iqimn; fid Hues or less) in the semi-weekly, one dollar forth-- first, and twenty-live cents tor each Sldl*e?|iieii1 il.Mirtjon. hi the hit;,'; . -rt enty-fivc cents per square fi-r the first, a n.l thirty-s-w-'tt and a halfeetfs for each sub?quern. inn rtioii Single insertion* one dollar per square. The nuinoer of insertions desired, and the edition to Is- published in, must be noted on the margin of all adveritx-iiK-nts. or they will Is- inserted semi-weekly until ordered to be discontinued, atut char-red acmrdiiteh'. femi-montldy. monthly and quarterly advertisement* charged the same as for a single insertion. C5*AI1 ronmniiirdtiotis by mail ninst be post-paid 01 m secure attention. '11k* following gentlemen are Agents for the Journal: Wju. C. (-'.tsTo.\-.*(Jciienil Agent. Col. T. W. litter, Jackson bain. Lancaster Di>t. S. II. llnssKR. Rsq., I jiricastcrville, S. C. ' C. Jlct at-MMKN. Carthage. N. (I, AV.C. M cohk, lirt)..< a in-lei i. S. C. And Pusttuatersare requested to art as our Agents. i?t nm i1 ?i ii?I I mill A PICTURE. 1 ' ''on thu cim ? une eve co ih?mjh, num Was on the stream of Gaudelquiver? To gold converting, one l?v one. The ripples oftlie mighty river? Beside me on the bank was seated A Seville girl, with auburn hair, Ami eyes that might the world have cheated, A wild, bright, wicked, diamond pair. She stooped and wrote upon the sand, Just as the loving sun was going, With such a soft, small, shining hand. You would have sworn 'twas silver flowing: Her words \vrre three, and not one more; What could Diana's motto be? The syren wrote upon the shore. "Death! not incohstancy!" And yien her two mild languid eyes She turned on mine the devil take me! I set the stream on lire with sighs, And was the tool she choose to make nicj Saint Francis would have been deceived, Jiy such an eye and such a hand, , But one week more and 1 belie ved, i-.-i .1 .. ?11 ller pledge as lime as uie sanu . THE INDIANS GF CALIFORNIA. From TS)?Wii?iisigt?:i Rejmblif. We read of the aborigines of this country, in every locality, with a melancholy interest, and ?? in a self-accusing spi.it. Although it is not true that the white man has: always linen u.ikind and merciless toward them, yet many have been the wrongs they have received at Lis hands and many the crimes he has added to the dark catalogue of their.transgrestions. * We have just perused with interest the com inuuication of a gentleman now in California, who wrote on the 1 tit it Sept., last, lie states that, since the 2d of June preceding, he had * traversed more than eight hundred miles through the great valley of the i^acrauiento and along the tributaries of that liver which take tin if rise in mountains of th?? Sierra Nevada. In liis route lie visited ton distinct tribes of Indians, besides meeting many wandering families or small communities. He represents as his greatest difficulty the procuring efficient interpreters. None of the ipnny who professed to know thei' language, tie a.-se; ts, uuiu-rsianu more m n than enough to trade with them or to transact the most ordinary business. The men and chihheii are represented to lain general naked; and the females wear only what they tail "du eh," which is nothing more [han a garment of grass or rushes suspended from a belt around the waist. J lie writer could discover no distinction i:> their customs, hal?if> of life, or general language, which could induce him to think they were not originally one poo. pie. Their customs anil manner of life are in many respects identical. Thiir huts or Ind^care constructed alike. They do not scalp those j, whom they kill, hut throw the dead bodv into the water, they hum the dead of their own people, and manifest their grief for the loss of kindred bv covering themselves, hear, head, face, arms, and body, to the waist-, with tar or pitch, which is permitted to remain until worn off. The}* subsist on roots and grass-seeds from the earth, acorns and pine seeds from the trees, and fish front the streams. These articles of food are gatherrd in great quantities, and stored in magazines prepared for the pur pose. 1 hey always have enough laid up tor two years* subsistence, ami thus guard against the failure of a crop in any year. The acorns jind nuts are ground into a kind of flour. This is done in mortars or deep basin! drilled in the rocks. Berries of various kinds are often mixed with this flour before baking. As amongst all rude people, these people impose this labor upon their females, their squaws, or^ as they call them, "mo-hales." They have a definite idea of their right to the soil, and complain that the pale faces are overrunning their country, and destroying their means of subsistence; that the immigrants arc tramping down and destroying their grass, and the miners ruining their fish dams. For these ^ tilings they claim remuneration?not in money, or they do not know its value?hut in clothing and food. Their demands are reasonable.? Tfceir wants are few. and should bo gratified. Such a policy, the v. iter remarks, would not only prove economic, i to our (Jovernmcnt, and more beneficial to t n> Indians than annuities in money, but must provo the best means of winning fhe wild mountain Indians, and bringing them to a state4of civilization. When thq# have been well-treated, they have returned' to their tribes with sentiments of the highest regard for the Americans. Should it not ever be our aim and policy to merit tliis ( regard? There is, however, n class of men in I that country who shoot down these Indians | when and wherever they meet them. rJ liis is ' as huilfnl to ourselves as it is cruel to the poor * sav.w, for reve? ge is their well known char1 cctcristic, and their vengeance as often falls | upon the innocent as the guilty, their best. IrL-nds often paying the penalty of the rash and reckless acts of others. "Blood for i blood"'appears to be a religious sentiment with them. The Indians of the Valley of the Sacramento I arc not a wailike people. They possess neither war-chibs, nor scalping-knives, nor tomahawks, so universally used hv the Indians east of the Sierra Nevada. They are very loud of dress and display, and are indolent, docile, and i tractable, and many of them thievish, of course; ' hut readily learn the more simple arts of agriculture. 1 The construction of their huts and villages is uniform. The earth is excavated about live feet deep, ami the apartment or lodge is covered with a dome-like top, several feet above the curiae* of tlih earth. In the center of this roof an aperture serves the double purpose of ! admitting the light and letting the smoke es| cape. This is tlie only opening in the lodge, j except nil entrance at the side barely large enough to admit a human body. Through | this they enter, feet foremost, on their hands and knees. These dwellings are not uncoini loitahle, as the thickness of the earth over them prevents the sun from penetrating them in the hot season, while in the colder weather thev protect them from the winds. The tribes visited by the writer in tiie great Valley of the Sacramento and the adjacent mountains ? The ir.trk*.?They reside upon the celebrn1 ted Hock Farm, near the residence of Captain ! Sutter. They number from eighty to one himj hundred. The Ynba-i.?These are located at the mouth , of, or rather the junction of the Yuba and FcaI tber, ai d number about one hundred and eighty. The O-'ip-p ift.?Those arc located on Feather river, annul thiity-two miles above its mouth. The number ninety or hundred. The Ji?gnx ?These are located a short distance above the O-lip pns, on the opposite of i the sidand number about seventy. The Ho IH-h-p'ihs. ? These reside at the base /J * a nmmiliiiiic nn.nr I'nnfliiir nnH num. W| m ......... ...... ? V.....W ."V.)^* j her about on.' hundred and fil'lv. j The llrskhis.?These reside on Butte Creek, j near Xenl's rancho, and ntiuilier ahout eighty, j The M'l-rlnu-k'Uiis.?'1 iiese reside in the vali h y near l'o t.'r's raneho, and number ninety. i'ln1 Cncli-irif ?This trihe is located in the nit untain ; on the w t >s of the ?outh Vuba. They iiiunher ahout six hundred. : Tlie '/' - iiw ? These are also in the nioun] tains above the head-waters of Butte Creek. ' 1'heir number is n<>t given. The .V ni-sut.?'J Iiese are al<o in t!:e inoinii tains, not far far the Ta^us t i. e. Their uiinij her is not given. I \N ithiti t;e short period since the oecuunnj cy of this country by the whites, liie red man has been fast fading away. .Many have died j of disease; others have fled to the mountains j to enjoy for a biief period their primeval purj suits of hunting and fishing. Almost the entire trih.s of the ('ostiums, or Coast Indians, j have pa-.ed away. Of the numerous tribes ! which hut a lew years ago inhabited tiie eoun| try bordering on the Bay of San Francisco, j scarcely an individual is left. The pale laces J have taken po so.-sion of their country, and I trample upon ihe graves of their fathers. The ! writ .-r slates that ire had an interview with a very ! aged Indian near the mission of Dolores, who ! said, "1 am very old ?my people were once ! around me like llie sand upon tiie shore?maj ny?many. They have all passed away; they : have died like the grass; they have gone to the I mountains. I don't complain?the antelope I fall f>y the arrow. I had a son ?I loved liini. i When t: e pale laces 'came he went awav?1 I know not where is. ( am a Christian Indian. I I am all that is left ? I'mv pontile?I am alone." ! Hi s nice, his carnestnos, and decrepit coodii lion gave force to his language, and the writer | adds tiial lie left him impressed with a deep feeling of sympathy. & The youth w ho has the proper desire for mental exercise: has always time for improvement. Kvery hour of the day, in proper application and attention to business ? not merely for the purpose of finishing his days work, hut to learn j the principles upon which trade is conducted? I he should learn something, while at night there i is spare time for all?however close may he the application during the day, to study?and to | ioarii. This force will afford, it is true, but litj tie leisure for visiting the theatres or taverns, ! and may encroach upon snine hours of sleep, | hut the spirits will he all the brisker, for the denial, and the health and the pocket less impaired. The men who have risen to distinction are not those who waited for opportunities to learn, they seized them at ail times, and grew j intelligent as they grew industrious. | Distressing.? We regret to learn, (says the I Macon Tribune of 8fh inst.) that Mrs. !Swin| den and her four children were burnt to death | in their dwelling house, which was consumed j by fire in Vinevillo, near this city, last night. I (lor husband died about a month ago. When ! the fire was discovered the building was neatly j consumed, and we have been unable to aseer| tain how it originated. Tims a whole family ! has pcrishcdJiulhm a month. A ^ rnkee has just invented a suspender that so contracts on your approach to water, that the moment you come to a puddle it lifts you over, and drops you on the opposite side. PAUL T' VILLEPKJUE, FACTOR, I And General Commission merchant, A CCOM MOD ATI ON WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. CLiberal advances made on consignments of I'rodnce, and prompt attention given to the forwarding of Goods; at the lowest rates, j An<r. 2<Wjr' 68 [ ^JOHN BJESAUSSURJSr AdgcrN Wharf. Chariest on, S. C. Will give prompt and close attention to the sale of all descriptions of Produce entrusted to his , care, and to the selection and filling of orders.* ? sept. 13. 72 " Cm I .HOFFAT & nOOKE. AUCTIONEERS & GENERAL AGENTS, Cam pen, S. C. j Jan. 6. 2 i ~ ??. __ ? JJ. W. U1A11ISLU9, Receiving and Forwarding merchant, AND Buyer of Cotton nnd other Country Produce, CAMDEN, S. C. ! C. Iff A TIIESO^ BANK AGENT. Ax his ot.n stand oitcsitr Davis's Motel YVI LLIA 31C7i>IOOITE, B A N K AGENT, And Receiving and Forwarding Merchant CA MI)EN, S. C. Rf.ffbf.xces?W. E. Johnson, Esq. Maj. J. M DeSiinssure, T. J. Warren, Esq. ?3?~True Southron insert 3 months. J:>Si B. KEKSHAW^ Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity, CAMDEN, S. C. I Will attend the Courts of Kprsliatv, Sumter, ; Fairfield, Darlington and Lancaster Districts. fPri tr Pftllftntnvlfi KTntino xa& vUXlCwbUX o HUUbCi VTOTICK. is hereby given that I will open jl\ Hooks on the first day of February next, at the store o! James Duulap, in Camden, for collecting the Taxes for 1*5(1, and wj.ll attend at the | following places on the following days for the same purpose? On M omlav the 3d of JFarrh at Liberty Hill; on Tuesday, 4th of ,1/nrch, at Flat Hock; on VVed; nesday, olh March at Buffalo; on Thursday 6th of March at LizenbyV; on Friday Ttli of March, at >Srlirock's Mill; on Saturday 8lh of .March, at Currton's Mill. After the above named times, I will attend at Camden, until the first, day of A/ay, at which time, the Books will positively he closed, and all defaulters double taxed. J. \V. DO BY, t. c. k. d. January 20. 0 _ wit A Cotton Gin Maker Wanted. ONE that is thoroughly acquainted with the business, can get good wages and constant employment, by applying to R. J. MeCreight, Camden, S. C. The Sumter Banner, Tri-Weekly Carolinian, and Hornets Nest will insert for one month, and send i heir accounts to this office. Feb. 1 JO 4r .\otice. HAYING disposed of my entire stork of Gro-; ceries to Mr. James I. Villepigtie, formerly 1 oi tl e firm of I'anl F. Villepiguc ?Von. 1 beg. | respect lolly, to solicit for him, the generous patronage of my former customers. Those indebted to me either by note or open acl count, are eamesfiy requested to call on me at the j old stand and settle, which will enable me to meet i j urr own engagements. S. BENSON, j "Trespassers Beware! I will cnMrct' ilie law against all persons wiio \ trespass upon the Lands of Miss M. Kershaw's i estate, oiij'inc Tree ("reck. j\u person is uthorizeil to f nt jur.ipor wood on said land J. B. KE RSI JAW, Ex'or Jan. 2-1,1651. 7 Gtw lumber! " THE subscribers having commenced operations i with their .Veam Saw Mill, are prepared to furnish Lumber to their friends and the public, at unusually l?nv rates lor cash. 0*i\t? Lumber will he delivered without an or l der, except where a bill has been previously given.; J\0. LOVE, S'K. Oct. II??2wtf JAS. j. LOVB. To Rent. ~ THAT brick dwelling and 6tore, next to the * Mansion House." now occupied by T. Bunnell. Apnly to J J] KERSHAW, Kx'or. Dec 24 101 tf IVotice. IWI! L open the Tax Books belonging to the Town of Camden, on the first day of January 1651, for the purpose of collecting the taxes, and will keep open the same until the first day ol \Urnl. aiiiit >? ii.liii.li ?iiAA their will hp rinsed and all detainers deali with according1 to law. By order of I'nuncil, I, W. BALLARD, Town Trcnu'r. December 31 tlm Bounty Land. THB subscriber will prosecute claims for Land or Pensions, on reasonable terms. .Soldiers and officers, in the Mexican war, in the War of 1^1*2, the Florida war, and other Indian wars, arc entitled to Bounty Land. J. B IvKRSHAW. Dec, '24, tt 101 Atl'yatLaw. Notice. MV Boy, LB WIS, having left my premises without any punishment, on the 2"?th inst. any information which may be given relative to his whereabouts will be thankfully received, and satisfactory compensation given. Ho is ahnut 13 ! yearsohi, a little tinged with yellow, and might be | a tolerable plow hand; slow of speech. He bc| longed to the estate of Mrs. Marti a ('. Wilson, dee'd., and was sold in Camden, on the 14th inst. Address the subscriber at .Swift Creek, Darlington District, N. C. JONATHAN WRIGHT. December 20. 10*2 tf Wanted Immediately. IN active and intelligent Boy. Irom l"i to 10 years of age, as an Apprentice to the Printing ' Business. Apply at this Office, t Feb. 12. MANSION HOUSE, CAMDEX, S. C. fTMIE undersigned Heps leave to return liis grateful X . thanks to his friends, and the travelling Public, for the liberal si?j>p?>rt which he has received since he has been opened, (four months) and lins entered upon his duties for 1851, with renewed energy to endeavor to please all that may call upon him. both rich and poor. 11 is House will he (bund one of the most desirable, situated, and l>est furnished Hotels in Camden. 11 is servants also will he found respectful and attentive, and the table will be supplied with the best the market aflbrds. His Stables and (,'arriagr Houses are roomy arid always fully supplied with Provender, and an experienced HostlerAn Omnibus calls at the House every morning for passengers for the Railroad. < Jive me a cab and test my mono. As you find lite, So recommend tne. K. G. ROBINSON*. Proprietor. Camden. February 7th, 1951. 11 tf Temperance Hotel. THE undersigned would respectfully inform his friends and the travelling public in general, that lie has again rented thp above Hotel for^ short time and wnuid rpsnertfiillv solicit a nortion of the patronage so liberally bestowed upon him heretofore, as no pains will be spared'to make the traveller comfortable and at home. The Stages, and Omnibuses will call regularly at the House for passengers, going by Railroad. Also, Horses, and Buggies, ran be had from him on reasonable terms, to go in the countrv. J. B. F. BOON.E. Feb. 11, 12 tf Slate of South Carolina--Kershaw Dlst, In the Common Pleas. W'M. E. IIUGIISON', who is in the custody of the Sheriff of Kershaw District, by virtue of a writ of Capias ad satisfaciendum at the suit of C. M. Breaker, having filed in my office, together with a schedule, on oath, of his estate and effects, his petition to the Court of Common Pleas, praying that he may be admitted to the benefit of the Acts of the General Assembly made for the relief of insolvent debtors. It is ordered, that the saifl C. M. Breaker and all other the creditors to whom the said Win. E. Hughson is in anywise indebted, be. and tliev are hereby summoned and have no tice to appear before the said Court at Camden, held in and for Kershaw District, on the 7th day of April next, to shew cause, if any they can, why the prayer of the Petitioner aforesaid should not be granted. M. NAUDIN, Clk. Office Com'n Plpas, Ker. Diet. Jan. G. 3in 2 . Sheriff' Sales. ON the first Monday in March next, being the 3d day of said month, I will s"ll before the Court House door in the town ot Camden, between the legal hours ol Sale, the following property to wit: All the Defendant's R'gbt, Title and Interest in and to the House and Lot on trie corner of King and Market Streets, known as the Vaughn place; distinguished in the plan of the town of Camden as No. Jx;vied on and to be solU as the property of C. II. Davis, at the suit of J. M. Desau.-sure and J. R. ,1/cKain Assignees, vs. C. Davis. Terms Cash. Purchasers to pay* for papers. T1JO. J. VVARUEN, S.K d. Feb. 7,18.", 1. 11 w it (?211(1) \nlice. By order of the Court of Ordinary. TT7"ILL be sold, at llie late residence of Jos. TV Lorkhart, deceased, at 11 o'clock A.M., on Thursday the 20lh Feb. insf, all the personal property ol said deceased (except the Cattle). Consist no of 18 Negroes, Household and Kitchen Furniture, Horses, Hogs, Sheep Goats, Wagon, Cart. Gig, Plantation utensils, Provisions. Terms one hall cash, balance on a credit until the first day. of January next. The negroes, together with the other property?notes and bonds must be given with good security and mortgage of the property, with interest ftoni dav rf sale. S. I.OCKHaKT, Adm'.v. Feb. 7 11 4t A LI, persons having demands against the Estate ol William llai e, are hereby notified to present tbcni, dnlv attested, on or bclorc the first day of February next COLUMB..W flAII.E,) , . THUS. 13.HAILB, \ Am r"' _Der. 1.1, 1 ?:>(). 101 NEW FALLGOODS^ M. DItlCKKR & CO. 4 RE now just opening their large and new supply of seasonable Goods, roneistiig in part of 'Mollis, rassiineros, satlinots, veslings, linens Plain and figured al|i;icca, inouselin de Laines, Ginghams, with oilier goods lor Ladies Dresses A T.so A a splendid variety of Calicoes, and the very best and cheapest hlearhed and brown Muslin to be IoiiihI in the town The above Goods have been selected with the greatest care, and will he sold as always, at the very lowest prices. Get. til). FAltII KPDIM D TO FKO.TI Cliai'lcdon to New York. The Great Mail Haute from Charleston, S. CJ HAVING the wharf at the loot of Laurens st. J daily at .'1, p. in. alter the arrival of the .South, em cars, via Wilmington an i Weldmi, Petersburg, Richmond, to Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and in New York. The public is respectfully informed that the steamers of this line, from Ch rleston to \\ ilmington, arc ?n first rate condition, and arc navigated by well known and experienced commanders, and the Railioads are in line order, thereby securing both safety and despatch. A THROUGH TICKKT having already been in operation will i nil nn.l illljir tlin tirsf ill ()i't. 1 h40. as u permanent arrangement from Charleston to New York. Passengers availing themselves there of will have the option to continue without delay through the route or otherwise, tostop at any im mediate points, renewing their seats on the line t suit their convenience. By this route travellers may reach New York on the third day during jiusfr ness hours. Baggage will lie ticketed on board ' the stenitrto Weldon, as likewise on the change of cars at the intermediate points from thence to Now York- Through Ticket* can alone be had of E. WIN SLOW, Agent of the Wilmington and Raleigh Railroad Company, at the olfice of the Company, foot of Laurens street, to whom please apply. For other informatio inquire of L. C. DUNCAN, at the American Hotel. | May 3, 34 tf * THE SOUTHERN STORE. ALL who wish Bargains, are invited to call at K. S. MOFFAT'S new Southern Store, ! third house above the Hank of Camden, where Ihev will find a complete assortment of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND HARDWARE, consisting' in part, as follows: Fancy and mourning Prints 7-S and 4-4 brown Shirtings Blue Denims and Marlborough Stripes fcjattinctts and Kentucky Jeans Cloths and fancy Cassimeres Negro Ke-eeys; Bed and Negro Blankets Mous. De'aiues, Ginghams, cf-c, Groceries. Brown. Loaf, crashed and clarified Sugar i Rio and Java Coffees New Orleans and West India Molasses Maekarel, Nop. 2 and 3 in barrels Cheese, Rice, Flour, Bacon and Salt Raisins, Pepper, Spice Tobacco, Segars. &c. &.C. Hardware. Pocket Knives and Forks Britannia and Iron Spoons * Trace and Halter Chains * Axes, Hammers and Hatchets - 4 Spades, Shovslsand Hoes Hand, mill and crosscut srws ,*p Vices, anvils and blacksmith's bellows Nans, brads, tacks and sp ign Knob, pail closet and stock locks Iron squares, compasses and plane irons Brushes, blacking, cotton and wool cards Broadaxcs and steelyards; pots and skillets Broad and narrow Iron <5ic. , v . Ready Made Clothing of every description. Saddles, Bridles and Martingales Oockery and Gb.sswaro Gunny and Dundee Bagging Kentucky Rope and Twiqe Together with every other article usuaHy (oand in a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Groceries and Hardware. Alt of which will be sold exceedingly low for cash. ^jgPThe'highest market prices paid for collet* and other country produce. Dec. 24, K. S, MOFFAT. NEW STORE. ." THE subscriber would inform his friends and the public generally, that he has opened art extensive slock of GROCERIES, at the stand formerly occupieo by Joseph VV. Doby, one door south of Campbell's Bakery, and opposite H. Levy &. Son, where may be found all articles usually kept in the Grocery line, consisting in part of the following: FuRou Market Beef No. I and 2 Mackafel in kitts, for family use; Rio and Java Coffees; crushed and brown Sugars; New Orleans Molasses, (new crop) butter, wine and sod* crackers; cheese, buckwheat, raisins, currants, almonds, English mustard, filberts, pecan nuts, assorted pickles and preserves. ai.SO A few doz. old Port Wine, Hetdsick best Champagne, London Porter and Scotch Ale in pints, tonrotlipr n lurrr# Mtnrk nf Rncnrinir. Rnnoand Twin#. b ?"" ? *?n ?' ? *" ? ?"?r- ? ? ?, all of which be offers low for cash. Jan. L S. E. CAPERS. Jew David's or Hebrew Piaster. THE Great Remedy for Rheumatism, Gout, Pain in the Side. Hip. Back. Limb*, and Joint*, Scrotal?, Kmc'* Evil. White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joint*. and all Fixed Pain* wliatever W1IERE THIS. PLASTER IS APPLIED, PAIN CANNOT EXIST. The above with mo*t of the valuable Patent Medicine* of the present day kept constantly on hand by Z, J. DEHAY. Feb. 4, 1851 10 tf Pastilles de Paris. FOR the alleviation and cure of Bronchitis and other diseases of the throat now eo prevalent in the United States, among Ministers and other public speakers. For sale by sept. SO Z. J. DeHA^ . DRY GOODS STOCK At Ajitual Cost. rrilE subscribers intending to make a change in 1 their business in the Spring, offer their entire stock of Dry (Joods at New York cost. As their stork is large and well selected, to any pet sou wishing to pur hase by wholesale, a very liberal credit will be given. ! Jan. 14 H. LEVY & SON. Clothing at Cost! VLot ready made Coats. Pants, Vests, Overcoats, and Merino Shirts and Pants, Lineu .S'lnrts and Collars. By H. LEVY & SON. Jan, 21. 7 tf Csirpctiiacs uitd Hugs at Cost! View pieces Carpotings. at positively cost. Bv H. LEVY & SON. Jan. 23 7 tf Iron and Hoes, &c. JUST RECEIVED a fu'l assortment of wide and narrow IKOX?also, a full supply of HOES. E'wollV & Brade's make. Spades, Shovels, Blacksmiths' Tools, tf'-c., for sale by A. M. tf- R. KENNEDY. Catpden, Jan. 21, IS'jI. 0 8t ITWN'lIRISH P J I'A TOSS?A few IthH. jw received : by SlUW & AUSTIN. IOASE Fruits in their own juice, assorted, re/-.liv.i/t nf'nr ^.nlp hv SHAW &, AUSTIN. BRASS Fenders, pierced Iron do.; folding Nor scry do.; Fire I)o<r? and Fire Irotin, of every doscri tiop. .McDO IVALL &. COOPER. r AAA LBS* KACOW HAMS, prime, r)^V_'Vjy 50 hhls extra Family Flour aOMtfe Adamantine Candles. For Bale by Jan.2!. JOHN VV. BRADLEY Bogardua' Planetary Horse Power. 1MIF. subscriber* Save received one of the above Ma . chines from the manufactory of Geo. Vail & Co., ? which tliey would call the attention ?f those who wan* powers for Ginniog. Sawing or Grinding. Orders for utf kind of MILL IRONS or CASTINGS will be nromMff attended to. McDOWtLL&CCWPBR. iKr A few Mill Cranks on hand. Sept. 20.1850. 75 tf tJMtF.NCH. German and English Plain Cashmeree, for l-adies Dresses. Also?Velvet and other Trimming*, opened this day. at BONNE* S