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1 Strayed or Stolen,
FROM the Subscriber's plantation, on Reedy
Branch, in this District, on Friday night
the '2d instant, a dark clicsnut or mouse colored
ARE MULE, a little under tho medium size,
about three years old, well-formed, in good order,
and very gontle?
When purchased, last January, from a Kentucky
drover, her mane and tail, as is usual,
were closely cropped, and her mane was recently
rc-triuiiucd. Any information rolative to
paid Mule, will be most thankfully received and
appreciated. Address the subscriber at Long
Cane, Abbeville District* S. C.
A. T. WIDEMAN.
.Tunc 10, 1854. 6 3t*
Cokesbury Public Sinner.
'"lAlLE Corner Stone of the MASONIC COL~
- L LEG 1 ATE INSTITUTE will be laid on
Tuesday, 27th inst. A Bnrbecue Dinner will be
given on the occasion. Col. W. II. Campbell,
of Greenville, will deliver an Address.
The public, Ladies especially, are. invited to
All Masonic brethren in pood standing in their
rcspw*. inviiwl ' w ,l us
iu the ceremonies incident to the occasion.
J. K. VANCE, )
* F. A. CONNER, > Committee.
F. F. GARY. )
xy ^ibury, June 4, 1854 6?2t
.j Executive Department.
J?-'- Jiy h!x Excellency John L. Manniny, Governor
jJV and C'omuiandcr-in-Chief, in and over the
J State of South Carolina :
"1X7"libII15AS official information has readied
T -V tliis Department, that on the night of
\ the 21st instant, Augustus B Prior, wilder the
sentence of death for murder, broke the Jail of
ltidilnnd and has made his escape:
Now, to the end that said AUGUSTUS B.
PRIOR may he arrested and brought to suffer
the sentence of the law, 1 hereby offer a reward
of Three Hundred Dollars for his apprehension
and delivery into any of the jails of this State.
Said I'i'or is about twenty-one years of age,
five feet, five or ten inches high, weighs one
hundred and twenty-five or one hundred and
thirty pounds, has small hands and feet, dark
hair and dark blue eyes, and a scar on the
thumb or the lelt lmnu.
(liven under my lmnd and the seal of the
State, this the thirteenth day of May, A.
1). one thousand eight hundred and i
fifty four. a
JOHN L. MANNING. c
Benj. I'krby, Secretary of State. t
.lune 10 5?it
EDWARD WESTFIELD, t
ABBEVILLE COURT HOUSE, S. C.; 4
RETURNS thanks for past favors, and re- j
'spcctfully solicits a continuance of the same.
He keeps constantly on hand, of his own manufacture,
a Large Assortment of SAI)1>LES> c
HARNESS, BRIDLES, MARTINGALES, Ac. "
Also, Willi's, STIRRUP IRONS and BITTS. 1
lii>inor n. nrnol.ipnl wnrl'mnn Imin nrnnnrA^ tn
make to order all kinds of Saddles, Harness and
Military Equipments, at short r.otiee, and at a3
low priccs as any other establishment.
Particular attention paid to all kinds of ^
June 3, 1854. 56 tf
CHARUES MORGIN. i
ENOUGH of Charles Morein has been published
to enable its readers to determine, ]
whether or not, it is worthy a place in their 1
LIBRARIES. If a sufficient number of NAMES 1
be sent me at Greenwood or to the l'ress Office,
to inKiiro the paying for the Publication in
HOOK FOltM, I will publish?but not other- '
x lie i>vjv_/iv win contain zou pages, ana tno
PRICE cannot exceed FIFTY cents?probably ?
I have been induced to this step by a letter
received from a distinguished gentleman of
dairies ton, making the suggestion.
June 3, 1354. 66 tf
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
Columbia, May 0, 1854.
rf^HE Stockholders of this Company -who are
JL in default in payment of their Stock or As- scssment,
will take notice that the matter will
be brought to the attention of the Convention i
of Stockholders to be held at Greenville on
"Wednesday after the second Monday in July
next, and an order of forfeiture passed, or such j
other orders as to the Stockholders may seem
proper. By order of the Board.
TIIOS. C. PERRIN, Pres't Mny.
12 1854. 5?td.
COLUMBIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 3
Bollinger & Friday,
Opposite Janney's and Hunt's Hotels,
Columbia, S. O. " I
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL DEALERS IN Jf
(iroccries, Liquors, Hardware and Plantation ]
Purchase COTTON and other PRODUCE.
S3?" Deliver all Goods at the Depot free of
W. BOLLINGER. | JAB K. FillDAT.
1L H. Berry,
FURNITURE AND CHAIR WAREROOM,
No. 135 Main, ttreet,
Colombia, Sooth Carolina,
_ "JT" EEPS constantly on hand, of his own manu'IV
factnre and from some of the best manufactories
at the North, a large stock of FURNITURE
and CHAIRS; also, WALL PAPER,
WINDOW SHADES, Ac.
Being a practical "workman, he Is prepared
to make to order all -kinds of Furniture in the
best manner, and.-at as low prices as any other
% Please call and examine before purchasing
elsewhere. . mb2S
A. 0. Sqnier,
JVoa. 208 and 210 Main ttreet,
Columbia, 8. C, ,
MAHUFACTURER and general
-dealer in fioeiand plain FUR-lj f.rl!
NlTURE, CHAIRS, PIANOS, WALL PAPER,
MATTRASSES, Ac., Ac., at low prices forcaah,
and all warranted forj>ne year or longer.
All kinds FomitO^e made to order, and all
kinds neatly and promptly repaired. Alto,
- Wood and Metal Burial Casea. ' mh26
t | | ? ? l . .
CHEAP CASH STORE, i
ABBEVILLE C.E, Srd- * < ? *
. CHAMBERS AND MARSHALL,
HAVE opened at the Corner' Store of T*r]
Marshall's Range, wfatre theyirill offer
to the citisens of AbheyjUe the Largeft
Cheapest stock of Fancy Staple Dry Goods.
Uoot*, Shoes, Hate and^Jsf^^Hird-Ware^d
Crockery, for Gash an&>0??h Only. Our
profits arc so am all tha^ we are not able to *#11
. - ' *, Si
i V ' -i
* * -?*
HEAD QUARTERS FOR GOOD CA
[Lato J. <
The subscriber will keep on hand th
COACIIES, ROCKAWAYS, BARO
To be hod in the State, embracing all tlio nowc
build to order any kin<l Hint maybe wanted,
Harness, double & single; Whips, Nettii
Also, Coaclimaker's stock of i
Repairing in all its branches, pr
Juno 3, 1854. 2
CHOLERA ) FOR ,
DIARR1KEA, ) BOWEL I>]
flJso, Admirably adapted to many Dise
THE VIRTUES OF JACOB'S CORDIAL
1st. It curcs tlio worst cases of Diarrhoea.
2d. It curcs the worst forms of Dysentery.
3d. It curc-3 California o- Mexican Dinrrhcea.
4tli. It relieves the severest Colic.
Oth. It euros Clu-lora Morbus.
Gtli. It curcs Cholera Infa??um.
A few short Extracts froi
"I liuve used Jacob's Cordial in iny family, a
iient, a valuable remedy." Hon
"It gives me pleasure in being able to recon
!nee, and the experience of my'ncigl.bors and f
? believe it to be all that it purports to be, vi;
Wm. II. Undkkwood, forme
"I take great pleasure in recommending this
lisettsof, for which I believe it to be a eovcreig
iver tried by me." A. A. Gauldixo,
"This efficient remedy is travelling into celcl
lussia, and gaining commendation wherever ut
For salo by "Wajidlaw ?fc Lyon, Abbcvi
smith, Hodge's Depot. IIavilank, IIauiiai. ?fc
irineipal Merchants nnd Druggists throughout
Savannah, Ga., May 13, 1851.
JI. STRAUSS, Cokosbury.
LADIES DRESS GOODS, such as Bareges,
Tissues, Chall}', Grenadines, Muslins, 1'opins;
plain, figured, dotted Swiss MUSLINS;
Silks, Ginghams, Jaconets, <tc.
Beautiful assortment of Collars, Chemisettes, In
UJIb UVUIW), UUUCi UICU V to, VUUD, JJU1UI V>1WU*
jric Handkerchiefs, ?fcc.
Talmait and IQautillas,
YEW STYLE BONNETS AND MISSES HATS,
Ribbons, Gloves, and Mitts; Edging and Inlerting.
FANS, PARASOLS, Perfumery, and
For Gents and Boys.
full assortment of READY MADE CLOTHTNO.?Hats,
Caps, Boot*, Brogans, Ac. Linen
Drills, Caslimere, Broad Cloth, Zephyr Cloth,
Drap d'Ete, Ac. Besides, anew and full supply
>f spring, summer, and Household Articles?
L.IN EN DIAPERS, Ac. I hesitate not to say
hat my stock is one of the moat BEST ASSORTED
STOCK in the up county. Come
ind examine.?PRICES AS LOW AS J'OS
3TT>TV If <jrni> A TKIO
v jjx. QilViiUOO.
April 1, 1854- 47 tf
FISHEB & AGNEW '& CO.,
30URT HOUSE RANGE, COLUMBIA, S. C,
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
English Hardware, Cutlery,
Guns, &c., &c.
WOULD call the attention of the citizens o
Abbeville to their stock of
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, &c
OON818TTNO, IN TABT, AS KOIXOW8, VIZ:
TTl~i. T> J O A 1 TT.ir -.1 T> J CJ1 i
emu, iwuuu, otj[Uiire, vjvai, JJLUII-V> ?i, DUIIU, OIICCI
and Hoop IRON;
Bra da. Nails, Spikes, Tacks, Pot-ware, Piro Dogs,
Fan Gearing, Mill Irons, Bolting Cloths,
Axes, Spades, Shovels, Iloes, Tea Kettles,
rrace and Wagon: Chains of all kinds. Scythes,
Locks, Ilinges, Latches, Wire, Screen Wire,
Uotton and Wool Cards, Waffle Irons,
Sunpowder, Bloating Powder, Percussion Caps
Patent Safety Fuse, Shot, Lead,
Will Saw^, Cross-cut Saws, Wagon Boxes,
Carpenter's Tools in endleaa variety, Anvils,
Vices, Screw Plates, Stocks and Dies, Bellows,
Cast, German and Blister Steel, Borax,
Carriage Springs, Axles, Hubs, Shafts, Felloes,
Patent Leather, Enamelled Cloth, Dash Frames
R/\l+u MaIIasMa fincfinfra ITnrVha
Daces, Braes and Silver Plate*! Bands,'
^nd Carriage Materials generally., W ' '
Pore White Lead, Chrome Green, i'* -. '
Paris Qreen, and Paints of all kinds,
Window Glass, Puttv, Varnishes, Japan, %. *
Linseed OH, Spirit* Turpentine, Ac. v* v
Their stoek comprises the largest and best as
jortmentflh^'CJolumbia, is purchased on tha v e rj
best t?rrn<?-*nd will be sold at a small advance
Orders, accompanied with satisfactory refer
erica, will receive prompt attention, and al
aoods will" bo delivered at the Railroad Depo
free of dharge for drayage. '
FIS11KR A AG NEW 4 CO,
* Columbia, Oct. 26, 1858. 25 tf '
George Hz* Cathcart,
WHOLZ8AL1C AMD B1TAU. D1MJU .IX
FAMILY GROCERIES, ~
Corntt if Richardson and Laurel tlreeU,
mh25 Colombia, 8. ,?
' ' ; ' *' *?i?:?.-'j*" %->. L .
THOS. H. MARCH, .-?T J. It. E. 8UAHP
; MAROpi A 8HAHP,
ADCTI0NEER&.1ND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
" OSlumbla, sua,
\\riLL Attend to tie ule of all kind* of Me:
V f AfiftnrttrA Art. AW RaaI Afl <
RRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION!
e largest and most clcgaut ast. <cnt of
UGHES, BUGGIES, GIGS, SULKIES,
st styles and latest fashion; ? no da}' "\nd wil
, in tfic most superb and dm ;t >;- na"- *' .
igs, Jtsaggy umoreiiaa, Horse l?aime^, &c
ill kinds oil hand for sale low.
omptly and faithfully done, at low pricct.
t tear ranted, flgl
^LL ( CHOLERA MORBUS,
Mw, . < BILIOUS C1IOLIC,
ISEASES. ( CHOLERA INFANTUM
ases of Females?most especially Painful
ARE TOO WELL KNOWN TO REQUIRE
Vth. It curcs painful Menstruation.
Sth. It relieves pain in Back nnd l^oiiis.
9tli. It counteracts Nervousnoss and DespoillOtli.
It restores Irregularities. [deney.
11th. It dispels Gloomy ?t Hysterical Feelings.
12tli. It*8 an admirable Tonic.
a Letters, Testimonials, &c.
?.l I e 1 ^ -? - -
iu n???u kiuiiu il ii moat emeieni ana in my jmlgi.
Hiram Warner, Judge of Supreme Court, Gn.
linend Jacob's Cordial?my owu personal expeririends
around me, is a sufficient guarantee for me
:< a sovereign remedy."
rly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee Circuit
i invaluable medicino to all aHlictcd with howcl
n remedy?decidedly superior to any tiling else
Deputy (J. M. of the Grand Lodge of Georgia,
brity asfast as Bonaparte pushed hi9 eoluinns into
led/'?Georgia Jejfersonian, Jfay VJtft, 185H.
lie; Joun Smith, Cokesbury; Roberta, Arams A
Co., Charleston, Wholesale Agents; and by the
WJL W. BLISS ?t CO., Proprietors.
IIAMBUltG, S. C.
THE undersigned takes this mctli-"?^
[jJ,od of returning thnnksfor the liberal.Rilli
pntronngc heretofore given to his IIOUSK, and
of informing his friends and the travelling pub
lie, that he still keeps open the Establishment
for their accommodation.
Having re-fitted the Building, furnished the
Rooms with new and convenient Furniture, and
having a set of well drilled servants, an experienced
Caterer and Cooks, his Tuble will be
spread with the best the market affords. Bj
these, and his own personal attention, he hopes
to givo general satisfaction to those who favoi
him with their company.
He is pleased also to announce that Mr. John
A. Houston has just completed largo and Com
modious STABLES and CARRIAGE HOUSE in
connection with the HOTEL, and will.take ape
i cial charge of that deparment; and will be pre
pared to accommodate the public with Saddle
Horse!, Hacks and Carriages of all descriptions
on hire; and travellers will be conveyed witli
despatch to any part of the surrounding conn
try on reasonable terms.
i Ho has also large and convenient LOTS, foi
the accommodation*^ fVaders and Stock Dri
vr>r? TV I in ar? >nopiollu invJt/ul t/> ??11
ITnmburg, S. C., May 13, 1854. 53-3m
NEW SPRING GOODS.
MA. RANSOM, Agent for R M. Fuller
lias just received (at liis old stand, Sib
ley's corner,) a new and complete assortment o
Among which may be found?
f Super. Haid BAREGES and TISSUES, verj
Beautiful French JACONETS, all colors;
Lace Striped ORGANDIES, do.
BAREGE DkLAINES, all qualities and colors
1 PRINTED LAWNS, do. do.
Dotted SWISS and Fig'd. ORGANDIES, ncv
Brocade and Light Col'rd. SILKS, very cheap,
Fig'd. Wat'rd, and Plain Bl'k. do. do.
MOURNING GOODS, all varieties;
GINGHAMS and PRINTS, of every variety
> new styles and cheap;
Fancy Ribbons, beautiful assortment;
Parasols and Fans, of every style and price;
Heimlich and JB6r*d. Lin. Cambria Hdkf's, al
Grenadine and Glaice Silk Mantillas, summei
y, . ^
i Real IRISH LINENS ; Damask Tatye Do., tear
ranted all Linen; * ' * ?
Table Doylies and Napkins, cheap; ^
Linen,Towels and Toweling, all qualities;
" Drillings and Cottonades, do. '*
Bl^eh'd and Brown Sheetings and Shirtings, al
r/tbe lowest mafket prices;
uiuuiu uuu utcis unueraieeves, pew nylon ;
" 1" ' Inside Hdkf's and Collars, ncM
T styles; ?_ r / '
3 Gents Ties and Cravats, light for summer; .
Iiollery and Gloves, for all ages and conditions
Carpet Bags, Port Monaies, Tablets, Toilet
1 Brushes, Ac.; V . '
t Cologne, Otto- of Roses, Extracts, Ac. Ac. Ac.
Believing this stock to be as complete as'anj
in Augusta, I would respectfully request al
those visiting either thrft place or Han}burg, U
" give me a call before purchasing. ' My motto is
" quick ealesand small prtffit*-' 1
Sneorr's Conner, Ham Durg, S. ^ p.
New and Wonderful TVTaoihine
1 ; - WLLIAI STODIftRD, Proprietor^*.
- ' I^JlE Subscriber having purchased the>Rfgb
> JL for the State *f South Carolina in tha^nl]
Machine now invented, for RAFTING am
k SHAVING SHINGLES, BARREL HEADING
* ,Aca i* prepared to iell the Riirht of the Distrieti
at jftaehfnes, at pricMeaffi'cStttly loifct<
i, JoAe it'an inducement for purchasera. __ r * :<
t ' Th? Mj&hine being aimp\e itfffifonstriictioi)
i, and jiotfUkble tojret oat oTW^r,. i* o?p*bl
of Splitting and SnVlng TVo Thouaand 'Shin
i 'ales per tour?better than xaado by -band. I
v -v: - T .. ?-* *
WINDOW SHADES, /
PAPER-HANGINGS AND MATTRESSES! ]
177 King-Street, Charleston, S. C.
TI" bu' ?ber lias on hand a large aes?i
is-constantly. receiving by the
steO jtost nattorna of WlXllrtW
S'r ' APElC-HANGINGS, for sale
vhuj' .tail I
Tra^i-ui .i. WINDOW SHADES, of every
style and variety, from 60 cents to $0 each I
'French and American l'Al'ElMIANGINGS, -i
and BORDERS, of the latent Patterns, from J
0^ cento to $0 per Roll. n
A large variety of CORNICES, Laco nnd
Muslin CURTAINS, Damask nnd Satin DELAINES,
Centre Tassel?, Loops, Rands, I'ins,
Venetian Blinds, Cane Blind?, Mattresses, CuhIi- <1
ions. Fire Screens, Ac. ^
All kinds of UPHOLSTERING ; and the bu1
siness, as usual, attended to in all its branches.
MATTRESSES?Moss, Cotton, Wool and Hair
. Mattresses, always on hand, made from the best
material. Also Bolsters, Pillows, Feather Ueds and
Palliastcre. Call and sec them?prices
To persons wishing any of the above articles
to sell, a discount will be made. The prices of
this establishment arc moderate and uniform,
and as low as any other establishment. ?,
IT W KINSMAV
March 25, 1851. 4G ?
B. W. & J. P. Force & Co., j,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
L BOOTS AND SHOES, p
No. 21 Hayne tlrcet, t
urn j. \v. force, } ft
john 1?. KOItCE, >
iiknj. conley, * mli25 ti
CHARLESTON 1IAT MANUFACTORY, ]
240 King street,
AIJj kinds of Beaver, Moleskin, Silk ami
Cu&siinerc IIATS, the latent style!*,
made to order at sin i?iu' 1
An excellent asst. .i new styles of 01
STItAW (!001>S. Son, /ravelling Ilats and
. Cap*, always on hand. It. HAWLHY. n
Wm xr 1? J "1
WW AAA. XAUWIO.au,
No. 2-4-1, lienil of King street,
Charleston, S. C. y
IMI'OnTKR AND PKAI.ER IN SI
French, English and American
: ? ??.w as ?i
GOODS FOR PLANTATION USE.
Particular attention paid to Mourning and
Fancy Dress Goods. mli22 j,
John G. Willis, t\
FANCY BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Trunks, Carpet BagB, Valises, Combs and r|
AV1IOLESALE AND RETAIL, t!
I Corner of King street and Iforlback's Alley,
n.l.OR 1 * n
IUIIAU VUcUJLCBlUa, O* U* V
William Calder, DEALER
IN ALL KINDS OK
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
jVb*. 24.6 mid 248 King-fired, corner of Jlascl, h
I mli25 Charleston, S. C.
\ E. H. "Lam*.
Wholesale Book, Stationery and Fanry Goods ]
r House, ?
t Medical, Miscellaneous and Account BOOKS, u
in great variety, at the lowest trade prices. ?<
No. 6 Hayne street, cj
Charleston, Soath Carolina.
1 Nelson Carter, c,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, n
No. 17 llayne street, ^
81 OS OF THE LARGE YEI.I.OW MOIITAH, Q
WHERE he is prepared to exhibit a large p
stock of Drugs, Medicines, Druggists'
. Furniture, IMiials, Surgical Instrument*, Dye ft
Stuffs, Perfumery, Soaps, Window Glass, Putty, p
it<?. Art. wHtrtll lin nffnivi of ! /? ^
[ prices. iuh25 t)
; Hayden, Brother & Co-, g
IMPOIlTF.Uri AND DKALKK8 I.N
' Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Ware,
Military and Fancy Qoods
North East corner of King and Hotel streets. (
; nih25 Charleston, S. C. S
r "Browning & Xeman,"
French, British and German
209 and 211 King+trcel, corner of Market street. ^
' rhnrlpilnn HP.'
CARPETINGS?Ingrain, 8 "Plyfl, Brussels,
Tapestry and Velvets. * <*'
I CURTAIN MATERIALS,-in Silk, Satin, and
t Worsted. ? ' . ' V
CURTAIN CAMBRICS and MUSLINS, in large
* YftnctVt # * * "
. EMBROIDERED . LACK and MV8LIN- CUR
TAINS, all styles. fa** V* * 1
GILT CORNICES, in al)the new deeigna. 41
- CURTAIN GIMPS, HdtDERS, LOOPS, TES- 5
1 8ELS, Ac., " _ ;
t DRAPERY CORDS and BELL ROPEB.'-in all J
varieties. 1 * >
British and American FLOOR OIL CLOTHS E
t fllDVERjind GILT STAIR RODS and STAIR
* CAEPETINGS, of all: styles. . * . |
WILTON, VELVET, and AXMINSTER RUGS,
| Ail prt'ub Tttnevv. ?
t PLANTATION WOOLENS?B L A N K E T S,
PLAINS, KERSEYS, CAPS, Ac. '
Bed and White FLANNELS, SHIRTINGS, At,
r -COTTON OSNABURQS, of all the best SouthI
ern makes.. f ? "' '
> EDib'sh and'American COTTON FLANNELS. *
, French, English, and American PRINTS. 81
, LINENS* of-Richardson's- superior make, for
' Sheetings, Shirtings, "Pjllo# Cases, Table I'
-Daniaika, Doylies, Napkins, Towelling^ ?
Huckabacks, Fruit Cloths, B. E. Diapers, ?
' Gra*4 Cloths, Ac. - ;
. CLOTHS, CASS1MERS and VESTINGS, of best
fc , ' ? French Good. ' . ' .?
f SERVANTS CLOTHS, in all the shades of Engi
' 1 lieh Goods. ' . /
, SATIN ETS, .TWEEDS, JEANS and LINSEYS, ti
i,' of all qualities and sryles. k
1 JW WITH A mix'AS80BTMKNT O* 0
?ftifm tyiess goods.
b la SILKS, TISSUES, BAREGES, GRENAr a
DINES, MVflLrNS. Ac. .
t BOMBAZINES, i3L?ACA8 *ad MOURNING
a EMBROljyfiRS aid LACE^GOOBS, of every p
EVENTN(M>^|te GopAi in Great variety eon- <Q
? <jgmn? v~ ' 1
iIiiXEit, Riplkt <fe Co.'a Old Stand, 288 Kin
corner Society street, and opposite Merchant
Charleston, S. O.
i>. jr. & t*. jr. levy.
MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND BOY'S *
BEOS lenvo to acquaint Wholesale Jiuycr
that they alffavs liave on hand a getieri
soortincnt of CLOT I11 NO, Buitnblc for ull ?ui
uns, which they guarantee to sell at
New York Cash Priccs.
NEW GOODS received by everv steainc
irect from their manufactory, 75 William-st
?2?" Merchants supplied on liberal terms.
JOHN 11. VANNOY,
II. M. PHELPS,
Charleston, March 25, 1851. 46-Gin
WHOLESALE CLOTHING HOUSE,
No. 143 Jiast Jiay, corner of Queen itrect,
Charleston, S. C.
CANDIDATES FOll OFFICE.
tanw o are authorized to announce Euwaii
uulb n candidate for the Legislature. V
E5?? The friends of Capt. S. A. lloxkiRS rc
ectfully announce him as a candidate for 2'u
'ollector at the ensiling election. <
The friends of Joiin U. Wilson respect
illy unnouncc liini as a candidate for Tax Col
dor of Abbeville District, at the ensuing clc
Wk arr authorised to announce the Rc
AXIKs Miionr ni n f"" ?? -
hx-C'vUccior of AMBillo District, at the er
Tiik friondr. of James IT. Conn rcspcctfull
iinounco liiin as a candidate for Sheriff at tli
Tlie friends of Col. A. C. G ARLINGTON
ispcotfuHy announce him as a Candidate t
^present the 4th Congressional District, at tli
Icction in October next. [mar 25?10
The friends of JAMES M. VAND1VE
speetfully announce him as a candidate fc
\tx Collector of Abbeville District, at the ei
CJg-Tlie friends of D. W. HAWTHORN r.
aectfully announce him a candidate for Nfieri]
Ity of Abbeville District, at the ensuing elc
&T" The friends of G. M. MATTIRON re
cctfully announce him as a candidate fi
hr.riff of Abbeville District at the ensuing el?
?3?"The friends of THOMAS R. COCIIRA1
spccUully announce him as n Candidate ft
Ucriff of Abbeville District, at the ensuing eje
IS' The friends of JAMES M. MARTIN, r.
lcctfully announce him as a candidate ft
hcriff of Abbeville District, at the ensuin
NEW SPftlNti GOODS.
\JC1l TWISTED SILKS, BAREGES AN
T1SS UES, OR GA NJ HISS, J A CO NETS,
BRILLIANTS, FRENCH CALICOES,
LriTiLGR ?fc WARREN liavo received alarg
jJLatock of the above GOODS, which, fu
oveltv, beauty and vabietv, arc believed to L
nsurposecd in any market; and huving bee
,'lectcd from the vcrv latent, invnnrfnfinna r>n
ustomers will find tticui to be lite newest an
lioicest Goods of the season.
A beautiful line of GOODS for Misses' weft:
snsisting of Rich BAllEGE ROBES, (somcthin
feat French MUSLINS and BRILLIANTES
lain, Buff, I'ink, Bluo and fawn col'd Frenc
rench, English and American PRINTS.
We have also a handsome stock of GOOD
>r Gents and Boys' wear, which we would I
leased to sliow our customers and the publi
ssuring them that our prices trill be as cftcap <
Persona from the country would do well <
ivc us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta, Go., Apr. 22d, 1854, 49 tf
^ RAY BROTHERS have just received
JT full assortment of rich and elogar
pring SILK8, to which they respectfully ii
Augusta, March, 25, 1854.
Everything New and Fresh.
t the New and Elegant Dry Goods Store <
WARD & BURCIIAKD,
A TT/ITTorn A rt i
Opposite Ittaeonlc Hall.
SJtyTE ore now receiving our Spring pu
TT chases of rich and elegant
? SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
'o which Wis take grenfr pleasure in invitin
be attention of all in want of Family Supplie
soling assured that we can offer the Greatei
bargains to be fotand in Augusta?
a Rich Spring SILKS, elegant Wedding SILKS
>RG ANDIES, TISSUES, BAREGES,
(RILLIANTS, Fronch Jaconets, Lawns.
Besides the largest stock to be found of
[igh Lustrcd BLACK ITALIAN SILKS, tit
most elegant Goods ever offered in Augusta.
Tew and Beautiful PARISIAN PLAIDS, of er
tire'new designv with the handsomest an
ricnesc comDmauons ot colors, including th
gay, the grave, the rich, the elegant an'
RICH EMBROIDERIES of every descriptioi
nd in fact every other kind of Dry Good
li table for Ladies and Children's Wardrobes.
SKA WIS and MANTILLAS, of every kmt
n this department will be fonnd some of th
JCHEBT EMBROIDERED CRAPE SHAWL
ver exhibited South of the Potomac. ' < ;
MOURNING GOODS, in great variety.'
AmoriclD, English and: French CALICOS, i
ndleaa variety. .V- 38*
MANTILLA AND DRESS TRIMMINGS
We shall be'prepared to please the moat feu
idiobs taste in this difficult department, b
ee^ing a largo stock Of Trimmings constant!
, HOUSEWIFE AND FAMILY GOODS.
As Irish Lioons, Linen and Cotton Sheeting
nd Shirtings, Table Damasks, Napkins, Tow
llingB,. <&c. 1- -? . ;
JtafQfKt* Sheotings and 8hirtings,Cot#>n Ot
abnrga tod Georgia StHpcs, at manbfactaran
ieat. f .. ?*&
Otrr Goods will-ba offered at a small ad vane
poh th^ptigHtal WMt tor cash, WHOLESALE
jm REr^uIl';TUey -will bo showst freel]
tplwlKmitlf, and iabmitted to the gi
>ia?eed |nd^ftent of the purvh
.J AUCJUSTA ADVERTISEMENTS.
r AUGUSTA, OA.
I? T>EG to inform tho public, t'iKt they \avo 'ust
(f, JL> "oturncil from tlio Northern marKcU, vritli
f' h fuL mid complete a'-ock of
Spring Dry Goods.
naving ail uic facilities in the purchasing of
their stock that u ish capital cau command, wo
beg leave to assure the public, that we will always
keep on hand the very best order of Goods
that can lie obtained, and sell them on as fair
terms ub the like quality can be purchased eithor
iu this market or Charleston.
Among our stock will bo found the following
Chaste and Elegant Spring Silks;
Sewing Silks and Tissues;
Bareges and Barege I)eLanes;
r, French Muslins and Lawns;
White Silks, of all styles;
Black Urocodc and Watered Silks;
Plain Black Silks, all widths;
?v line r_iiioroi?ero<l Muslins ;
Colored Dotted Muslins;
l'laid mid Striped Muslins;
_ Swiss and Jaconet do.;
Book and Mull do.;
White and Col'd Tarlton Muslins;
Crimped Evening Dresses, new stylet;
Mantillas and Scarfs, entirely new;
Crape Shawls, very cheap;
_ "White Iiarego and Sewing Silk Shawls;
~ French, American, and English l'rints;
Ginghams, of all kinds;
Linen Lustres and Chambrys;
" Cheap Long Cloths and Homespuns;
Irish Linens, (own importation);
s- l'lain Linen and Linen Drill, for GcnU wear;
:x Linen Sheeting, exceedingly cheap;
All kinds of Cot.ton Sliectimr
r Pillow cape Lincu;
40 inch l'illow case Cotton ;
c Hosiery of every description, very cheap;
Embroideries of every description; soma
% Sewing Silk Mits and Gloves;
Kid nn<l Silk Gloves ;
!* Raw Silk and Lisle Gloves;
Linen $ambric Handkerchiefs, all kinds ;
y Swiss anil Jaconet Bands, very rich;
c Cambric, Swiss and Jaconet Trimmings and
N Ribbon Trimmings, new styles;
,o Hieli Bonnet and Neck Ribbons;
ie Lisle, Thread, and Lincu Laces;
And a great variety pother articles too
H numerous to mention, to ^fnich wo respectfully
... invite attention. ' i""1 1 4H a?
? . LM|UU l-*|-OIU
- CLOTHING -EMPORIUM.
c- \\T M. o. PRICE A CO., Tailors?For
V V tlie Spring Trade?Are constantly
manufacturing, nnd at all times well supplied
)r with the newest stylesi.ot
c Clothing of all description!,
COATS, PANTALOONS, VESTS, SHIRTS,
f, UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
ir CRAVATS, SCARFS. OLOTm. B1EI.TH ?*n nn intra
15 HOSIERY OF ALL KINDS,
TRUNKS, TRAVELLING BAGS, Ac., &c.
(r Toilet Furnishing?Fancy Soaps, Extracts,
? Cloth and Ilair Brushes, Combs, Rogers' Knives,
Shears, Purses and Port Monies, Canes, Umbrel.
las, Hats, Caps, and every artid^ of Gentlemen's
dre33 and personal furniture^/ .
To the Teade?We arc Well supplied with
CLOTHS, CASS1MERES, VESTING S and
TRIMMINGS. Cloths by the piece, pattern or
D yard, which we will sell as low ascanbe bought
in New York city. WM. O. PRICE,
W. T. 1NGRAHAM.
No. 358 Broad street, Augusta, Georgia.
;e Augusta, March 25, 1851% . 5 46?6m
I J. M. NEWM & CO..
ir wnolkmale and iugt.all 1jea1.eu& ].v _
d READY mADfCLOTHlMCf,
UNDER THEgfeS. HOTEL,
r, ^VAugust*, Georgia. >
6 J. M. New by ?fc Co. are/Wfcjfcopening the largest
nn<i nest selected Stock .oMwlottung ever offered
' I in Augusta. Every a rticle for gentlemen's wear,
" of tlie best Gooas, moko and finish, caa be
found at our establishment. .
Augusta, March 2fi? 1864. 46-6m <
? Iron, j?ails, Sec.
u 1 fifl KEGS NAltii^ assorted No's.
11/\J 500O lbs. rtsebrajd. IRON $ . ,'yv.
o 2500 lba. Hemlock and Oak -Tanned SOLE
6 doz. French nud'American CALF SKINS Ji "
400 pieces ENGLISJ&HOLLOWARE,, (assorted
sizes.) JiiBtrcc?||jjj| and for eftle at i'J*
1L S. KERR'S^GrWcfy Store.
March 18 tf
rpiTE subscriber regretfully request* all
- _L those indebted Wf^jiD, either by note or
nccount, to make payment as soon As possible,.
Having n large sum <Vf lfedney to raise, he is
,? combeHed to make this btftf?
11 EDW^BD WESTFIELD.
Jan. 14, 1854 .* ? * * WINDOW
HAVING the Agency o&m largest Faeto- v , "
ry in tho States,prepared to fill
orders for any article in the v ' " '-r \
Paints, Oils, Glass and Ha*4jrwe,
g and,?very other article. ii\ thyVxHl^gJfafc
it 220 King-street, efgri^j^j^W^hu.:
f^OFFEE, SUGAR, .RIC?; SAwj^ClWCL
KJ Rope, Twine, Castings, JMik, 'TOMObni
e Segars. A splendid asao^ftrent of '
CROCKEttTr !IAUJ*flSRE, W&M>WARE
For sale cheap, btf* M. STVAIFSS. > ? ,
* Cokesbury, & C.', April 1, 1854. k' - .47-tf f
Shov9l, <3ofer &. Buzzard Plows.
' /"AN liand, ft lot of BUZZARD, GOFfeR and
9 V SHOVEL PLOWSi of the boet/faauufao,
ioro, and of the most approved styles. :,For*aJe '
' low, by If. SafERR.
8 May 13, 1854: S? if
Notice. .. % ,
r ittth l)- i??i ?n ?* - - - *
D , ;l ^ o AUiUk cu, utQWiyj^nuu ?u wuww if^H
A eonceru. will take Jjotioe, that a final ?o&.
tlemont of the Estate of Thomas G. NotityH d?*.
ceneod, will take place in thfc Ordinary'? offlqjL
v at Abbevfll* Court Hoosey oft
v day.pf Aoguat next; And in the mean tfcjie^ It'-:-/
' ia expected .thai all demands Ttfll be lender ed
, "P?.i Mth 18M. J0HM ^ ' .