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masters by the qualified voters in the respective localities in which post offices are situated: Promltdy That it!, in the opinion of said committee, Gongfess has already such constitutional power said committee shall, instead of said amendment, .'report, within the time aforesaid, a bill to effect the aforesaid object." Modesty.?There is a resistless charm in a ? * -i .ill 'modest demeanor winch, is worth more man an i the arts with which desinguing women seek to captivate the opposite sex. Meretricious attractions, may chance to please today; but native excellence, with the simple setting of modesty, w ill delight to-morrow, and next day. and so on, without interruption. Moreover, the pleasure which we derive from spurious shallow charms is almost certainly followed by disgust, when we come to see that we have been imposed upon. It is not agreeable to our amour propre to know and feel that we have bem cheated. The old paradox about '"beauty unadorned" has much truth in it, and is very pointedly and prettily rendered into the following epigram: "As lamps bum silent with unconscious light, So' modest case in beauty shines more bright,Uriairriing charms with force resistless fall. And she who means no mischief does it all!" Xorth Carolina Mutual Insurance Company. ?The members of this Company hold their annual"meeting in Ilaleigh on the 13th instant. We loam from the Standard that the old of1% oTvrl ll.of on occ/kccirn-.nt nf niW'inenr a-ri?vun nuu 4??? .kh v.VM?v..., y. 3 1-2 per cent was loviocl upon the premium notes, to raise funds to meet recent losses. The annual report of the company, embracing a statement of operations during the past year, will l>o published soon. The Standard states that the company is in a prosperous condition, and holds out the strongest promises of future usefulness. Laiojhablc Mistake.?Some of the Engli^1 newspapers having heard of but one distinguish" cd "Douglass" in the United States, have eon" founded him with the late Senator from Illinois, and have lately gravely announced that the ITun. Frederic Douglass, a colored gentleman, is a prominent candidate for the 1'residency. British Port*.?A parliamentary return lately made shows that Liverpool is the Greatest port .1 1 _ a.. .... 1.. ?. .v. 4. in me .uriiisn empire, in me vaiui- ui ca|?ji i> and the extent of its foreign commerce. Liverpool exports in value more than half the total ainount of the exports of Great lint an and Ireland. The principal ports of Great liritau rank as follows for the year 1850: Liver|x?ol exports, in value, ?35,000,000; 14,000,000; Hull, 10,.J'JG,000, Glasgow, 3,768,000; Southainton exports in value nearly 22,000,000; Cork exports in value above 1,000,000. Ax Excoriation. What in thunder is the matter with the editor of .the Latayctte Sfatemnoiu- lie must have h.-ul his hands in the Lion's mouth to score England in this way: "Eajlunl, tho freebooter of nations; tin great pirate of the seas; tlic mighty land stealer: grasping at every tiling; restrained by no mortal or national law; against whom weakness is no protection; boasting an-established church whose priests are notorious for profligacy, and even for infidelity; having courts of justice proverbial for corruption; freedom of the press degraded by licentioussxr\n Kurt iS /.'If, ) .n <1 CUIir?U!UllUII m/l, \JIIK ?? ? V* ????% ti V??.. -v. produced; a jurisprudence made up of traditions and controlled by barbarous precedent, styling herself, .''by the Gnice of God, defender of the Fait b," when she has, forages past, carried not tlie mercy of religion and the cluirities of peace, but the fire-brands and and the flaming s.word into even* land where avarice or ambition have tempted her! England., that tbrcenturies hand warred against Fnmce; that lias sneered at herliternture. her social system, and her religion; whose cliildren are taught in nursery to despise Fnnchmcn: and wlirne exulting army, insolent with the spoils of Waterloo, bivouacked with the Cossacks of the Don and the panders of the Ausfrain in the Champede Mars! But. guided by the one idea [tolicv and inflexible will of Louis I'hillippe, France had seemingly forgotten all this, and was thus, even prej>ared to unit with England against the United States, upon the principle proclaimed by Genet, and put in practice by the British cabinet, when suddenly the king and his ministers fell together, and with them the influence of England in Frauce; and the doctrine of the 'balance of power.' as applied to American affairs." "Our nrts are floating wide," as the girls said to their ribbons. WHAT A PITY! That so many worthless preparations should l?o ofti'iTod to the public as cures for the most serious diseases! But let those who have been disappointed not despair, for Dr. Rogers's Syrup of liverwort and Tar, really cures all diseases of the luno*, after everything else has failed. See advertisement in another column. Offi< re Saiitce Canal Company. Charleston*, Jan. 21, 1852. At a Monthly Meeting of the I?ireetors of t his Company. held to-day, the following Resolutions were adopted: In as much as the Canal has been without water for nearly four years in consequence of a succession of dry seasons, from which ithason former occasions suflcred, and in as much as a report lias gone abroad, that it would necessarily be abandoned, thereby deterring ^ those who wouldusc it, from providing themselves with I Boats?and in as much as the Canal has now abundance r of water, and may as formerly, continue to have for maI ny years. .Therefore I A'tsolved, That the Canal is now in boating order, and ' that it will lie kept ripen. lte.solred. That the foregoing resolution be published in the papers of Charleston, Camden, and Columbia. Extract from the Minutes. IIAKlllfi SIMt Socy ati'l Treasury. Jan. 27. 8 2t \va\ti;d to unci:. \GOOP COOK, Washer and Ironer, for whom lib* . oral wages will bo i>aid. Apply to January 27.?8tf S. E. CAPERS. FOI1 SALE. ON TIIK FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH next, will ho Hold to the highest bidder before the Court llonso door in Ctmulcn, nil my right, title and inter* st in and to 345 acres of LAND, lying on the waters of Gum Swamp Creek, in the District of Kershaw. MARY CUNNINGHAM. January 27. 3 5t 4 CLOTHING! CLOTHING! CLOTHING! To be had until the 1st of February next. r I M1E undersigned would rospccuutiy miorm the Ciu1. zens of Camden and the surrounding Districts, that he will keep on the sale ol' Rcady-Madc CLOTHING in this place until the lirst of February next, during which time, he will he pleased to see all those who are in want of a GOOD SUIT OF CLOTHES, which can bo bought cheaper than at any other establishment in Camden. C3)*' Do not forget the place?it is at .T. L. FALK & CO.'S New ClotUtug Stove, NEXT TO THE POST-OFFICE...^ January 2G. 8 tf TO TRAVSLERS, rIMIE subscriber having recently purchased that large .1. and commodious Building in the town of Camden, S. C.. known as McKAINS HOTEL, and recently occupied by Mr. J. IJ. F. Booxk. is prepared to receive and aecomdato TRAVELERS and BOARDERS, and will thank the traveling portion of the country to give him a call. J01IN INGRAM. Camden, S. C. January 27,18.12. 8 tf 2^"The South Carolinian and Charleston Courier will insert triweekly for one month, and the Hornet's Nest, Charlotte, and Weekly Post Raleigh, once a week for two months, and forward bills to this otlice. SEGRO SHOES AT C'OST. 'T'MIE subscribers will sell the remainder oftheir stock .JL ofNEGRO SHOES, at Cost, for Cash. January 27. WORKMAN & BOONE. I>B2Y G4>OI>.?. SELLING OFF AT COST. "Y\7K Wave on hand a largo assortment of WINTER >> and KAKLY SPUING GOODS, which wo propose selling oil' at COST, and some styles LESS THAN COST, so as to make room for a large assortment nl ?|>;>i;&K and Suniiiicr Woods. Purchasers will liiul it much to their interest to call on us. We have and will continue to keep the largest and most select stock of Coeds to he found in tliis market. S. C. & J. CHAMBERS. Columbia, January 27. 3 It Desirable Properly for Sale. rpilE DcICALP. MANUFACTURING COMPANY L will offer tor sale, their Coltosi Factory, Form ?IilI and Tannery, near Camden, S. C. The situation is pleasant and healthy, offering a very desirable investment for Capitalists. The water power is amply sufficient for all purposes, withiu one mile of the Terminus of the Camden and South Carolina Rail Rood, affording daily opportunity for the shipment of Goods. The Cotton Factory is now in operation, with a full complement of hands, has been making Czaabnrgs and Yarns, and has 1G80 Spindles, twenty .'in-inch Cards and forty Looms, all in good condition, to which is attached a MACHINE SSiiUl', with Lathes, Cutiiug Engines, and all necessary Tools. The Corn Mill received ln-t year, FOURTEEN IIUNiinrn Tn'tiivl CAC COPV ...wl ?i.n iv......... . j/ltrii' i?vciir<iA.'wi vvtwi, iuiu vhu J iinm'i > WilMMn nf .'Hi Vats, IJ.uk Mill driven by water, and the STOCK 1NT THE FACTORY and thy STOCK CONTAINED IN THE TAN-YAR1). AI.SO. Fourteen ValtiaMe IVc^roes, accustomed to working in the Tan Yard and Factory. The above property will be sold on a credit of one, two and three years, and may be treated for at Private Sale until thelirst of March next, and unless previously sold, will he offered at Public Sale on that day. For further particulars, application nmy be made to THOMAS LANG, or Jan. 27. TV. ANDERSON. Cnntion. A LL persons aro cautioned against trading for a j \l Note of hand, for $80. given by tneto Dixon Kirby, dated in November, 1851, payable oil the 1st January isr,:t. The property for which-sud note was given having proved unsound, I will not pay it. Jan. :J7?Itw 8 H. II. EVANS. J.v lilll lTY. Ex Parte: Julia Melta and Mary S. MoRa, by next friend?Partition for sale of Negroo*. IN pursuance of an order in this ease made, tliere will lie offered li>rsa!cat Public Uutcry ;it the Court. House door in Camden, on next Sale-Day, being the FIRST MONDAY IN FEDRL'ARY, and'ifprevented from then selling by accidental cause, will lie tiered at some subse-pient Sale-Dav, Thirty-One^r' more IIGalSOSlS, belonging to the Estate ofl'outiu. McRv. Junior. . _ * "* Terms?So nn!c!i.< 'o : v will pav costs of proceed IllJiS, iNii.uivv i'? in* ]Mi'i i;i i;m, i\\v uuu uyvr ^uiur1, purchaser t<? give bond bearing interest front t!ie day ol sale, payable annually, with goo. 1 personalsecurity ami mortgage of t lie property. \V. U. it. WORKMAN, C. E. K. P. January 27, 1852. 8 ts B If g:?i 8' z TY-Kershaw. Zacli. Cantey and Wife. vs. John M. PcSaussure. Trustee Win. Adamson Cantey.?iiiil to sell Trust Property. iN pursuance of the Peoree*mSde in this case, I invite proposals for tlnj^orchase of the following Tit ACT OF J.AN I?, viz: all that Tractor Parcel ol J?oud. lying on the East side of Wateree llivor. in Kershaw district, containing by rc-surevey of E. Park Kit, Deputy Surveyor, of tlio 17th dav of January, 18PJ, FIFTEEN II UNDP ED AND TWENTY (1520) ACPES. I on tided North by lands ol Dr. 10. A. Salmond and lands of the Estate of John Chesnut. East by lands of the Estate of John Chesnut. South by lands of Edward E. A damson, and West bv the Wateree Piver. W. 11. It. WORKMAN, C. E. K. D. January 27, 1852. 8 tf TAXES. N OTICE is hereby given, that I will <>]>e:i Books 011 the 2s'tli day ol" February next, at the store of James 1 Hiulnp. in Camden. lV>r collecting the Taxes lbr 18a 1, and will attend at I lie following places on the following days for the same purpose: On Monday, the 1st of March tit. Liberty Ilill: on Tuesday, the 2d of March tit Flat Hock, on Wednesday, the 3d of March, at liulfnlo; on Thurday, the 1th oi March at Lizenby's; on Friday, the 5th of March, at Sell rock's Mill; on tsaturdav, tlio (ith of March, at Cureton's Mill. Aller the above named times, I will attend at Camden until the first day of May next, at which time the Books will positively be closed, and all defaulters double taxed. J. W. IH.'BV, T. C. K. 1). January 2". 8 if Twenty Dollars Kewartl. 4 BSCOXHKBon the 2<5th deeember, GEORGE. a J\ dark mulatto, about twenty-live years of ago. lie was tbrnierly owned by Russell Paine, Esq.. aud has work"?l a painter in tie.- city, llecau write, and no doubt will lbrge pusses, to pass as a free in:ui. lie has been in Columbia, Camden and Newberry, where be is wll known. The above reward will be paid for his deJivcrv in any Jail where I can get him. 11KXRY D. WALKER. Charleston, S. f\. Jan. 211?'It. SOTHI;. r I'M IE subs -fibers have tliis day formed a Co-partner I ship, under the name and linn o:" HOOT .t IXGUAM, lor the purpose of carrying on the General Auctioneering Business. F. HOOT. JOIIX INGRAM. Camukn, Jan. 23. 7 tf LOST OR STOLEN, ON the 22d of January, a NOTE OF HANI* against J). U. M. I'uiilap, in favor of Joseph K. Kirkland, for the sum of two huhdrcd and lilly dollars, dated the Mil of May, 1850, and due 1st Jauiinrv. 1851. Jan. 23?:tt. JOS. K. K 1HKLAXD. STOVES FOR SALE. rIM\'o guth 1 STOVKS will la; sold very lew, if immc1 (lialo application he made at THIS (iKKICK. \lili persons are forhid cutting wood or trespassing in any manner on Zaeli Cantey's laud. J. W. CANTEY. ?gawn?ca?? juwh m? i u SUFFER HOUSE. rr,HK subscriber has rondo arrangements witli the L Contractor to furnish SUPPER for Stage Passengers to and from Camden. C. II. NETTLES. Rkfkiiuxcks?.L \\\ Stkoall, Contractor: Col. E. t\*. Cil.vm.ks, Darlington C. II.; Maj. Jon.v D. Mommy, Cannlcn; Post Mastkij, Choraw. Mount Elon, Jan. "J3. 7 8t CLEAR THE WAY IF IN order to make room for Spring Purchases, I now o'iYct the following WINTER OOODS at prices unquestionably low: I Ladies' Winter LTossUooilrf 01 every kiihi, i^otn ilv. upwards Beautiful Brocade Lustres. 25. 51 and .'57. worth 50c. 0-1 English Merinoes, all shades, only 50c French Mcrinoos. plain and figured, at X. York Cost Mousslin PoLaims worth 37, for 18. 20 and 25c Beautiful fast colored Calicoes, reduced to 10c. First quality French Calico, now selling at 12c White and Red Flannel at a shade over cost White and Grey Duflil Blankets, at 75, 87 and ?1 With a great variety of WINTER GOODS, at. prices temptingly low. My object Icing to raise money for my Spring Purchases. I will sell them oil'at any saci'i| ri,vr>f profit*, rather than krop them over to next winj ter. Parties wishing bargain", will luid this an excellent opportunity for covcrting their loose change into good, cheap and substantial I>rv Goods. Jan. 23. ' JAMES WILSON. A Suit to suit the Tiaes! 1 A^ISllfXG to close out the balance of my stock of t Winter Ready-Made Clothir will di?- ^ l pose of my stock of Coats. Over Coats and '? ests at 1 cost prices. ai.su. Broad Cloths, French Cassitueres and Vestings, AllWool Tweeds. Satinets, Kentucky Jeans and Xegro Cloths, at greatlv reduced prices. _ January 23.J JAMES WILSOX. LOOK OUT FOR THE FLAG. ? r?T\-l.M . ITAM1VDCVO r> I T C< TT IV ft r ii>J'iH.aui n\;ji ijgi (..iuiwcio, ru.v^- ; j Jl\. XELS. Oznnburps. Jeans, Ticking, ?tc. Ac. Also, i I Bagging, Rope, Twine. &c. For ssile low tor cash, j I or on time, to punctual customers. January 23. \VM. (' MOORE. CHEAP GROCERIES" ~ iriFDS. SUGAR; SO sacks RIO COFFE; mats O JAVA COFFEE: 10 sacks CUBA DO. 20 barrels New Orleans MQLASSKS ? hogs West India DO 30 barrels New Orleans WHISKEY 10 do Monongchela DO ? casks old live DO 10 years old 3 1-S casks FRENCH BRANDY 5 bands best LEAF LAUD 10 barrels >1ACKAREL 25 bands Baltimore FLOUR 10 boxes English Dairy CHEESE 10 kits M ACKAREL No. 1 ALSO, 10 baskets HEIDSICK CHAMPAIGN E 10 eases CLARET WINE, for Table use 10 do MADEIRA DO 5 do PORT DO 20 dozen "BYASS' LONDON" PORTER At,SO, Ginger, Peach, Plum and Chow Chow PRESERVES -00 quarter and half boxes SARDINES 50 eases SALMON and LOBSTERS Willi many other articles too numerous to mention. For salcrlow ibrcasli, or to punctual customers on the usual time. * \V. 0. MOORE, Rod Fla^. "VT JEW ItAISIAfS?50 quarter boxes RAISINS. .11 Received at MOORE'S. rpOBACCO?A small lot of CHEWING TOBACI CO. Just received and for sale by W. C. MOORE, SIkii of the Red Flay. CAi*DI,KS?20 boxes Sperm I V.' and Adanuu.tinc CANDLES. For sale cheap bv _ January 33. W. C. MOORE. V.UL8- A small lot of NAILS. For sale very i. i low to close tmt the lot, by W. C. MOORE. 4 L .II?.1* Currants, Figs and Prunes. At ll Jan. 23. MOO RE S. pAUDY?125 boxes CANDY, (25 His. each.) For V > sale Ion* to Merchants. Just.received for sale by January 24. W. C. MOORE. I Case Preserve"! Grantees 1 !(> do Lemons 1 do do Cine Apples 1 do do Citron Received and for Jalcbv I tec. 23, 18.11. _ SHAW A AUSTIN". " Cases Rio Knit. Received and for sale by I f) Dec. If.".!. SHAW A AUSTIN". I f bids, choice Pippins. Received and for sale bv ft SHAW A AUSTIN". i / \ Keys Malaya C nines. Received and for sale i 1 W by SHAW A AUSTIN. Dec. 23, ISol. 09 tf_ j > ^ Drums, small size, Figs. (N"e\v crop) Received ?') and for side by Dec. 23, 1851 SHAW A AUSTIN'. I / 1 Whole boxes Layer Raisins 1' ' 20 half do do do 30 ipiarter do do do Received and fir sale by Dec. 23, 1N31. ' SHAW A AUSTIN. i " BbLs Kennedy's. Butter Crackers. Received and ; f) for sale bv SIIAW A AUSTIN" Dee. 23, fs.11. ISAIVK AHEVC1. rIMIE subscriber will attend promptly to any be.siI ncss entrusted to hint as BANK AG EXT. Jan. 1G. '/. J. DEHAY. TO IS I RE. VMALK COOK and HOUSE SERVANT. Young and active. Apply at this oilic. January 16. 5 tf FOR ^ VLL\ HOUSE and PREMISES now occupied hy the j I subscriber as a Store. This property will be sold I 011 liberal terms, and 011 a long credit. For particulars ' apply to ' C. MATHESOX. January 16. 5 tt' ~ FOR MALE. rpiIK HOUSE and PREMISES formerly occupied L by Mrs. C. A. Roy kin, adjoining Miss Scyta MeHas, Kirkwood. The House is new. well finished and located in every particular, with live acres of Land attached. Apply to K. M. BOYKIX. January 10. 5 tf NOTICE. VLL persons indebted to the Estate of John Raskin sen., dee'd. will pleaso call oil Col. J. 0. llnile, i and make immediate payment, as longer indulgence eannot be given. SAM'L. BASK1XT, Adni'r. January 10. 5 3t ~co~rnT~ I f Bushels of CORN. For salo lo\v for 1 ?\ I\ f V/ CASH or GO days Caper. January 'JO. W. C. MOOIIE. A CARD. rpiIE subscriber bops leave respectfully to tender his L thanks to those of his friends and the citizens of Camden generally, who have so pencrously and liberally patronized liitn during the p:ist your, :ui(l to solicit a continunnce of the same. His stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Ae., though limited, will always be found commensurate with the wants of the community, and they may rely at all times upon his personal attention to his business, and their wants. Those indebted to him for 1851, are earnestly requested to come forward and settle the same as early as possible. Jan. g ['J-Gtj Z. J. DbIIAY, Druggist. ~~ NOTICE. ~ DR. T. W. SALMOND willuct as my Agent during my absence from the State. Jan. 13.?4it" E. A. SALMOND. ' . FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. ' TIIK Subscriber has just received a new supply of /Fredi Winteraad Spring Garden I Seeds. As we test all our Seeds bolbre selling them, . the public may purchase from us with confidence. We sell nothing that wo do not feel assured will grow if 1 the necessary cautions are used. Our supply consists in part of IiK. I AT??English Windsor, Early Mohawk, Early Yellow Six Weeks. Largo White Kidney. Refugee or 1000 to I, Red French Speckled, Dutch Case Knife, White Dutch Runner, Large Lima. JU-'.KTS' ?Early Mood Turnip. Long Mood, white Sugar. CA IMAGES-?Early York, Large York. Sugar Loaf. \f.iv l-'-irh- Tlvtnniif.Mil him. hifn Dramho.id Savnv. Karly Dutch, Green Globe-Savoy, True Green Glazed. CARROTS-?Early Horn. Long Orange. Ct'CUMBERS?Long Green, karly Frame, Gherkin. LirHTCE-?White Cabbage, Silesia. Curled lee head. OS I OX-?White Portugal, Large lied, Yellow Dutch. Pi-'AS-?Early Warrick, Early .Tunc. Karly Charlton, . Early Double Blossom. Codo Nnlli, Dwarf Marrow- '' Hit. Large White Marrowliit. 11)1X11-?Long Scarlet. Scarlet Turnip. Black Fall. SQl'ASIl?Yellow Bush. White Bush. Summer Crookneck. \ TrjlXIPit?Large White Flat. Early Spring. Early J Dutch, Yellow English. Bed Top Flat. ButaBaga. jm COliX-?Sweet Sugar, Six Weeks. Tuscarora. with tin Okra. I'urple Broccili. L'anlillowcr. Celery. Egg Plant, Kale, Nutmeg, Melon. Parsley. Parsnip. Peppers, Tomatoes, Rhubarb, Spina go, Vegetable Oyster. ? Also, a large variety of choice Fiotver Seeds. ' Ol 800 Asparagus Boots. For sale Lv FRANCIS r,. 7.EM P. Jan. 0. .1 tf_ "fresii garden seeds. JTST received per steamer Marion, our supply of S GARDEN SEEDS, for Spring planting, consisting in part, of the following varieties: Artichoke | KAI.K. 1 Asparagus ' German Kale or Dwarf ^9. BEANS. Greens V" Dwarf or Snap LEEKS P' Early Valentine ! MUSK MELON. * Do Mohawk | Extra tine Nutmeg Do China Pine Apple r Do Rachel, or Quail WATER MELON. Ju Heads : Paris Refugee or 1000 to 1 Citron (for Preserving) I Carolina or Scwec j MUSTARD. u" la rge White Lima I White and Black -*1 BEETS. | OKKA. I? Early Blood i I/nig White c" I/^ng I)o j Short Green _ White Sugar ' ONION. BROCCOLI. I H"7iife Onion S"ts Early Wliirc PARSLEY. \ Brassels Sprouts ' PARSNIPS. J CABBAGE. | Large Dutch ? Early York j Yellow Sugar ^'!l I>o Dutch j I'EPPER. th Do Drumhead ' Long Cayenne ^ Do May j Large Boll Pr Do Sugar Loaf PEAS. nu Large Early York Extra early Prince All-Lara fine late flat Dutch bcrt __ Large late Green Glazed Early Washington (or R?vi Dutch (for Pickling) True May Mountain later sokts. . CARROTS. Dwarf Blue Imperial ^ Early Horn Do Garden Marrowfat -j' Ixing Orange Do Sugar, edible pods c Altringhain | Kuight's Dwarf Marrow CAULIFLOWER. liritisti Queen Do Lirgo Karly Linden Tall Do a} Late Walehcvcn Iilaek-eyed I)o I White Stolid Colery Large White Do OCLLAKDS Matchless Do Long and Country RADISH. CUCUMBER. Early fck-;irl?-t Short Top Earlv Green Cluster Long Salmon * Do* Frame Early Scarlet Turnip * ' Small Gherkin Yellow Do " Long Green l'rickly Black Fall or Spanish Do Do Turkev Salsify or Vegetable Ovster Kjrtj Plant " "Sl'INACH. ' kl CORN". SQUASIL Extra Early Early white Scullop bush Karly Canada Winter Crook Neck Do Tuscarora Vegetable Marrow Do Dutton TOMATOES. Sweet Sugar Large Red ri LETTUCE. Small Do I Early Curled Silesia Red Cherry Ice Drumhead (tine) TURN I P. w Magnum Bonum Karly Dutch Early Cabbage Do Red Top Royal White N'ortbik C(; Philadelphia Cabbage Improved Rut iBaga Imperial White Stone. Jan. 10?tf _ THOMAS J. WORKMAN. I LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. I ! A \ K respectfully inform the citizens of Charlotte t T t mid the Travelling public that we liave opened ^ a LIVERY AND SALE STABLE at which they can be aceornmodated with Carriages, Buggies. Sulkies, and I Saddle Horses, to any point they may wish to go. ,, We would also say Stock Drovers can have good Lots ? for stock and Provender at as low a Rite as can bo af- / forded. \ Horses kept at the usual rates, by the day. week, ni month or year. (0 The Stables are those known as Robinsons. ?35?" Persons stopping at either of the Hotels, will alwavs find a servant in readiness to show the Stable. H C.J. PRIDE. J R. MORRISON. ar Charlotte. N. C. Dee. S. OS wOin Tl llm.Mantle ('rnnlrorv Xrc t.f i'l i viuuuc) uivlhih'l viuvllvi i uvi r|"MlK subscriber continues to keep on hand a coin- B* I plotc assortment of Domestic Ihy Goods, Groceries, <'rockery, Ac., which ho will sell very low tor CASH. His stock of Groceries consists, in part, ol' Pr Nu^ar, Coffee, Salt, Cheese, Ac, Ac. Among his Dry Goods will be found a good article of ~ pure Irish Linen, which he will warrant to be tjemunr, and sell as cheap or cheaper than it can be bought in this market. 7 Purchasers would do well to give him a call. Jan. 2. J. I' IIAR LKSWORTtf. Jj Lewisville Female Seminary, w Tcii .tlilcs East of Chestcrvillc. Rev. L. McDONALD, Visitor. MILS. A. S. WYLIK, principal; assisted by Mrs Lkwjs. of tbo Columbia Institute, Tenu. and Miss ? II. S. KKi.Loc.fi, n graduate ot'Castletou Seminary, Vt. The scholastic year will be divided into two session# of live months each; tlictirst commencing the 5th of -? January. 1852. the second on the 22d of July. The ]>it|>ils of this seminary, in sickness arc attended or free of charge. For it circular containing full particulars, address Mrs. Wylie, I/ewisvillc 1'. 0. Chester District,8. C. January G, 1352. 2 tf ? V D.TI I\ISTK A TOit'S fOTICik 1 VLL persons having demands against the estate of bt Jolm 8. Cunningham, dee d, tire hereby notified to to present them duly attested, and all persons indebted to said estate will make payment to c> II. B. CUNNINGHAM, j . , , W. C. CUNNINGHAM, f AUm Pec. 29, 1851 J01 if TOK SALE. \ I 'ACON Bridles, of my own manufacture, one i warranted to last as long as two of Northern I make. Also. Trace chains of various qualities for sale low for | cash. F. J. OAKS. Jan. C. - ly ~SADDLE A HARNESS iHAKIifG. ri^lIK undersigned continues his business at flic old JL. stand, returns his thanks for past tiivors and liojies for a continuance of patronage. All work in his line will be done with punctuality, and where the cash is paid, at the time of delivery, a discount of ton per cent , will bo made. -f Jan 6, [2-1 y] F. J. OAK?. \N and after MONDAY, the 5th inut. the daily trip ) to Columbia will be discontinued, and the follow* : will he the Schedule run until further notice: In Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, the Passen Train will Leave Camden at * 5 30 a. m. Arrive at Columbia at - * 9 15 a.m. Lcava Columbia, at - -12 in. Arrive at Camden at Ay. m. On Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays, Leavo Camden at .5 30 a. rn Arrive at Junction at - 7 40 a. ni. Leave Junction at - - 7 50 a. in* Arrive at Camilcn at 10 a. rn. Leave Camden at - * 11 '15 a. in. Arrive at Junction at - - - 1 45 p. in. Leave Junction at 2 p. m. Arrive at Camden at ... .1 p. jjl On .Sundays the Train will remain at Junction until L* allcrnoon Train arrives fiom Cliorlestoti. X. I). BAXLEY, Agent. 1 January 2. 1352. 1 tf EXECUTOR'S XOTICE. I LL persons having demands against the estate of V.. Col. Tillman L. DIXON", deed, are requested to nd them in properly attested, and those indebted to e same to make pavinent to WILLIAM DIXON", Exor. Pee. 15 97 w3m AAitltAJL. .fJliiiSI l'* F the Stockholders of the South Carolina Rail Road Company, and of the South-Western Rail Road Bank. HI IK ANNUAL MKETING of the Stockholders of L the above Institutions will be held in Charleston the I Oth day of February, (being the second Tuesy in the month) at the Bank Hall. The meeting to nvenc at 11 oVIock, a. m., and on the day following "edite-day.) there will be an election held at the same tee, between the hours of 9 a. m. and 3 p. m. for FTEEN DIRECTORS in the.Roud, and THIRTEEN [RECTORS in the Bank. A Committee to verify proxies will attend. tractfrom Minutes of Meeting of Stockholders, February 12, 1851. " Resolved, That every Shareholder who shall have rned his Stock Ibr three mouths before the general mail Meeting of the Stockholders, be permitted to ss on the Road to and from the meeting, free of arge." J. R. EMERY, Secretory. January 16. 5 8t EXECUTOR'S^ SALE^ \7TLL he sold on Monday, the 2nd day of February ' T next, at the Court House in Camden, Thirty nc Negro***, belonging to the Estate of the late .pt. Powell McRa. The terms will be one-third cash, e balance on a credit of ono, two and three years, a ind with personal security and a mortgage of the opcrty will bo required, and interest to be paid auial!y. - WILLIAM J. TAYLOR, Ex'r P. UeRa. Jan. 13. 4 t* ESTATE SALE. 3Y permission of John R. Joy, Esq., Ordiuary for Kershaw District, will be sold on TUESDAY; the th inst., at the late residence of Benjamin Haile, te'd., a portion of the Personal Estate of said dccoased, insisting of CORN. FODDER, PEAS, a quantity of 5ED COri'ON, stock of CATTLE, SHEEP, HOGS, id about 12,000 pounds SALTED PORK. Plantain Implements, Household and Kitchen Furniture, \ ?A LSO? m At the Court House in Camden, on Monday, 2d day February, between 50 and OO Prime Sfefjroe*, tine Family Carriage. one pair of Carriage Horses, a >y's Pony, litleen prime Mules, and the Plantation llgoilS. The Negroes will be sold on a credit of one, two and ree years. Terms for the other property will be mado town at the time of sale. 0. J. SHANNON, Adtn'r. Benj. Haile. 25?" I will sell at the same time and place, aud on e same terms, Fifty Negroes. (C. MATHESON. Jsn. 9, 1952. 3 ' ts A JEW YEAR. ~~ rllK subscriber having a large supply of Goods of ilnJamniiAM will enll tKnm tt\ Ilia niKtAmANl i a credit of one year at very moderate prices. Ho ill also sell for cash as low :is any other establishment the place. Feeling very thankful for the liberal patronage bestowl upon him tur the hist seventeen years, he hopes by riot attention to business, and cert/ low prices, to merit > continuance. K. W. BONNET. S A Lli?Llov's Boots at cost. 1 Jan. 13. K. AY. BONNEY. M15AR House Syrup and new crop New Orleans Molasses. For sale by E. W. BONNY. 3 ATENT Meat Cutters and Sausage staffers. .Also, . a good assortment of Rocking and Sitting Chairs, ar sale by E. AY. BONNEY. ROOFER'S best shredded Isinglass, and a variety of J Extracts, fresh Currants and Citron, Raisins, Alonds, Broma. Chocolate. Mustard. Cheese, seed Rotacs, Ac. Just received by E. AY BONNE A'. Desirable Property for Sale. 1^11 E subscriber offers for sale his Residence in the . town of Canulcn, on the corner of Fair and Boundy Streets, in the inunediate vicinity of Kirk wood, lie house is a comfortable dwelling, tiud the buildings i the promises tire in good repair?the location, for ;alth, is an admirable one, and there is attached, a tod well of water. T r?w?One half cash; the balance payable on tho it of Januiiry next, with interest, Ac. For further irticilurs .apply to M. lYienges, or to the subscri>r. JOSEPH WIEXGKS. COPART>'FK^HIP NOTICE. Ill IK undersigned have this day associated them. selves hi copartnership under the niuae of HEEDRA PkSAUSSURK, tor the transaction of Factorage id Commission business in Charleston, for the sale of >tton, Rice, and other country produce. Orders filled itn care, auu lorwaraeu. OS WELL KEEPER* JOHN LS. DKSAUSSURK. Oiliee cm A<lgor's Wharf. Charleston, Jan. 6 1853, 2 lru MlinK off lit Coat. 1 LL my stock of Dry Goods, Hats. Shoes, Hardware V. and Crockery. Ac. All persons indebted to the subscriber either by note account, arc requested to call and settle the same. JAMES McEWEN, Jan. 2. .1 tf LlhllBER ~~ rHE subscribers having commenced operations with their Steam Saw Mill, are prepared to furnish Luna* >r to their friends and the public, at unusually low rates r cash. Z%~ No Lumber will be delivered without an orler, ccept where a bill has been previously given. JNO. LOVE, S'R. Oct. 11?82wtf J AS. LOVE. J. XV. TIK'RLOW CASTOBf. Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equit y. CAMDEN', S. C. OfTicc on Broad-Street near the Court House. wnr. is. SHABlXOBf, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity, CAM DEN, S C. - F. W. ROWEY. ^ Bank Agent and Qeneral Merchant, CAMDKN, S. C. VFIRST rate FOUR-IIORSE WAGON wHTbesold low if applied for soon. Jan. 23? J. F. ?UTHEPT * L