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A Valuable Plantation for Sale.
flff SITUATED on the waters of Mulberry
(ll Creek, iu Abbeville District, in a very
pleasant and healthy section, about three miles
froiy Hodges Depot on the Greenville and Columbia
ltailroad. The plantation contains
1*35 Aero*, about one-half good WoodIfltild,
and the othet- half mostly frtifill, and
in a high stitte of cultivation. A very comfortable
Dwelling House, new Oin House and
Screw, good Negro Cabins, and all otlii>r nwmi.
Any person wishing wishing to purchase
is invited to call nud examine the plantation
and growing crop.
Juno 20, 1851. 7 Ct*
Audevili.e C. II., S. C., )
June 20, 1864. )
OkDER No. 2.
THE Following Officers "will compose the
Stn.fT of the First Division of South Carolina
JOHN C. SIMKINS, Division Adjutant General,
with the rank of ooloncl.
BENJAMIN Z. HEIINDON, Division Inspector
General, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
J. BERRY SLOAN, Division Quartermaster
General, with the rank of Major.
ROBERT A. FAIR, Division Paymaster, with
the rank of Major.
WILLIAM L. CALIiOUN, Aid-de camp, with
the rank of Major.
ROBERT MAXWELL, Jr., Aid-de-camp, with
the rank of Major.
JOHN W. SUBER, Aid-do.camp, with the
rank of Major.
The above named officers have been commissioned
in conformity with the rank of each,
and they will be obeved and resneetod npror<J
"fly order of SAMUEL McOOWAN,
Maj. Geu. 1st Division S. C. M.
June 20, 1854. 7 lm
First Division S. C. M.
AnuEvimi C. H., S. C., June 20, 1851.
ORDER No. 3.
fJ^IIE Following Regiments will parade, for
_L Drill and Review, at the times and places
specified below, viz:
The 10th Regiment of Infantry at Richardeon's,
on Thursday, the 27th of July next.
The 7th Regiment of Infantiy at the "Old
Wells," on Saturday, the 29th of July next.
The 9th Regiment of Infantry, at Lowe's, on
Tuesdav. thfilstof Animat. n?vf
The 2d Regiment of Cavalry nt Longmire's,
on Thursday, the ad of August next.
The 8th Uogimcnt of Infnutry at Morrow's
Old Field, on Saturday, the 6th of August
The 6th Regiment of Infantry at Lomax's,
on Tuesday, the 8th of August.
The 4tli Regiment of Infantry at Ilaynie's,
on Thursday, the 10th of August
The 42d Regiment of Infantry at Minton'e,
on Saturday, the 12th of August
The 2d Regiment of Infantry at Hall's, on
Tuesday, the 15th of August
The 5th Regiment of Infantiy.* at Hunter's, on
Thursday, the 17th of August
The 1st Regiment of Cavalry atPickcnavillc,
on Saturday, the 19th of August.
The 3d Regiment of Infantry at Toney's Old
Htore, on Tuesday, the 22d of August. ,
The 1st llegiment of Infantry at Bruton's, on
Thursda3', the 24th of August ,
The commissioned and non-commissioned ,
officers will assemble the day previous at the
place of rendezvous of their respective Regiments
for drill and instruction.
The Brigadier Generals will, each with his
Staff, attend the Reviews in their separate
commands, and are charged with the extension
of this order.
By order of Major General McGowan.
ir^ifVT /i oivitriva
ovilil U OUlIVinO,
Division Adjt General.
June 20 7 2m
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ABBEVILLE DISTRICT.?IN EQUITY.
David Kellar, Adm'r of 1
D. M. Bass, dee'd, ( Bill to marslinll acva.
f counts, assets, <tc.
Dr. Isaac Branch et al. I
BY Order of the Court of Equity, nil creditors
of the estate of the lute D. M. Bass,
M. D., deceased, are hereby notified to present
and establish their demands against the same,
before the Commissioner in Equity, on or before
the twenty-fifth day of September next.
They will herein fail not, at their peril.
II. A. JONES, C. E. A. D.
Commissioner's Office, June 20. 1854. 7
Meetiue of Stockholders G. & C. "R. R.
%?' Columbia, June 21, 1854.
i> rpHE ANNUAL MEETING of the Stoekhol$? "
JL ders of this Company, will be held at
Greenville on Wednesday 12th of July next
J. P. SOUTHERN, Se'ry.
MTPapers advertising by agreement will
copy till aay of Meeting.
By At* Excellency John L. Manning, Governor
and Commander-in-Chief, in and over the
State of South Carolina :
TUT H ERE AS official information has reached |
T this Department, that on the night of
th? 21st instant, Augustas B Prior, under the
sentence of death for murder, broke the Jail of
Richland and has made his escape:
Now, to the end that said AUGUSTUS B.
PRIOR may be arrested and brought to suffer
the sentence of the law, I hereby offer a reward
of Three ^Hundred Dollars for his apprehension
and delivery into any of the jails of this State.
Said Prior is. about twenty-one years of age,
five feet, five or ten inches high, weighs one
hundred and twenty-fit^. Of One hundred and
thirty pounds, has small hands and feet, dark
hair and dark bine eyes, and a scar on the
thumb of the left bond.
Given under ,-inybond and the seal of the
State, this the thirteenth day of May, A.
D. one thousand eight hundred and'
JOHN L. MANNING.
Bin j. Pkhky, Secretary of State.
June 10 . ,0?4t
FROM the subscriber, on the 8!st of
fXiN May, a Black IftaiPP, in good order,
white face, and pne bind Toot white, some
white spots ontha shoulders. No otfier miMrjks
recollected. About seven years old.
Any information relative to said Mare will
be thankfully received * Address
> ' A^J.tCONlTte, ?
^ Long Cane, Abbeville JMstricty^cv,.;
J. & J. B. KmKPATfUOK,
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Sugar, Coffee and Molasses.
r* HODS. N.'O. SUGAR, at low prices.
4 20 Macks of Ili<? COFFEE at reuuccd prices.
2 hb.K W. I. MOLASSES.
15l>Ui N. O. do
For ealc by II. S. KERR.
June 17, 1854. 6tf
LBS. CANDY just reeeivcd, and for
iiUU sale by 1L S. KERR.^
June 17, 1854. Ctf
100 Sacks Salt,
JUST Rcccivcd and for sale at
H. S. KERR'S.
June 17 6 tf
Whiskey and Peach Brandy.
6BBLS Barton's best Rye WHISKEY.
4 " Mountain Dew.
4 " Peach BRANDY, four yaars old.
For sale by ll.S. KERR.
June 17, 1854. 6tf
No. 1 Mackerel, Fresh Salmon and Codfish.
~i 6} Kita No 1 MACKEREI*, large, fat, fine
2 doz. Cans, largo ami small, Fresli SALMOND.
For sale l>y II. 8. KERR.
June 1*7, 1864. Otf
LBS of l'OTASH just received and
OUv for sale (in parcels as it comes from tho
barrel) by II. S. KEItR.
June 17, 1851. 6tf
THE Subscriber is prepared to furnish evo
ry article in tlie line of CABINET WORK,
of his own manufacture. BEADSTEADS, TABLES,
WARDROBRS, SECRETARIES. BU
REAUS, WASIISTANDS, ?fec., made to order and
for sale at extremely low prices.
?3$~Turning done to order.
WM. IL McKEE.
Sharon Campgrond Abbevillo District S. C.
June 17th'54. 6, Unt
ABBEVILLE COURT HOUSE, S. C.j
RETURNS thanks for past favors, and rc"spcctfully
solicits a continuance ofthcsamc.
lie keeps constantly on hand, of his own manufacture,
a Large Assortment of "SADDLES,
HARNESS, BRIDLES, MARTINGALES, Ac.
Also, Willi's, STIRRUP IRONS and BITTS.
Being a practical workman, he is prepared to
make to order all kinds of Saddles, Harness and
Military Equipments, at short notice, and at as
low prices as any other establishment.
U^g^Particular attention paid to all kinds of
June 3, 1864. 56 tf
? ?ui AunuumgoocU)
WHOLESALE CLOTHING HOUSE,
i\ro. 143 Eatt Bay, corncr of Queen street,
Charleston, 8. O.
MIDDLEKAUFF & CALHOUN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND AMERICAN
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
E. MIDDLEKAUFF. J O. M. CALHOUN.
Aug. 9, 1853. 13?ly
A Spanish Tragedy.?A foreign pnper gives
an account of the following tragical occurrence :
"A lady, faahionnbly dressed, attended by a
servant, was at mass in the church of St. Francisco
de l'auls, Barcelonia, when a well-dressed
young man seated himself beside her, and from
George H. Cathcart,
WHOLESALE AND RETAlS DEALER IM
Corner of Richardson and Laurel street*,
mh25 Columbia, S. C.
THOB. II. MARCH. J. M. E. fillAKr.
MARCH Sc SHARP,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
"?^TILL attend to the sale of all kinds of Mcrt
T eliandizc, Produce, <tc. Also, Real and
Personal Property. Or purchase and sell Slaves,
<fcc., on commission.
Sales Room: No. 120 Richardson street, and
immediately opposite the United States Hotel.
Feb. 4 89 tf
FISHER & AGNEW & CO.,
COURT HOUSE RANGE, COLUMBIA, S. C.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
English Hardware, Cutlery,
Guns, &c., Jkc.
WOULD call the attention of the citizens of
Abbeville to their stock of
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Ac.
CONSISTING, r*J PAIIT, AS XOLLOW8. VIZ:
Flat, Round, Square, Oval, Ilalf-oval, Band, Sheet
and Hoop IKON;
Brads, Nails, Spikes, Tacks, Pot-ware, Fire Dogs,
Fan Gearing, Mill Irons, Bolting Cloths,
Axes, Spades, Shovels, Hoes, Tea Kettles,
Trace and Wngon Chains of all kinds. Scythes,
Locks, Hinges, Latches, Wire, Screen Wire,
Cotton and Wool Cards, Waffle Itoub,
Gunpowder, Blasting Powder, Percussion Caps,
Patent Safety Fuse, Shot, Lead,
Mill Saws. Cross-cut Saws, Wagon Boxes,
Carpenter's Tools in endless 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,
Bolts. Malleable Castinim. Knnl>?
Laces, Brass and Silver Plated Bands,
And Carriage Materials generally.
Pure White Lead, Chrome Green,
Paris Green, and Paints of allkinds,
Window Glass, Putty, Varnishes, Japan,
Linseed Oil, Spirits Turpentine, Ac.
Their, stock comprises the largest and best assortment
iiv Columbia, ia-purchased on the very
best terms, and will be sold at a small advance
tor cash. -if /
Orders, acoqsnpanied with satisfactory reference,
will reoeive prompt attention, and all
soods will be delivmd at the Railroad Depot
free of charge for dray age. .
FISLUSR 4 ig#EW A CO.
Colmabia, Oct 2g, 18?8W^^>25 Af
STRAYED 0& rtCOIEN,.
Off the Dight of the 12th instant a
/flh ?&?U BAY HOR?& Said horse is of
ftgmpattfdfip ABdJbuild; h as small, straight ears;
Andlttj rtiartcB Of'the collar upon his shoulders.
Afijp person takin#tfj^Aaid>horse and giyhut
me information, ahull be'liberally rewarded for
o. * < ' * W* * ~
HEAD QUARTERS FOR GOOD CA
[Lato J. i
?..? :i 211 i . -
xuu ouuauiucr win KCCp On hand 11
COACHES, ROCKAWAYS, T3ARC
To be bod inlbo State, <m! .racing all tlio ncwi
build to order any kind tliat maybe wantcc
Harness, double & single; Whips, Netti
Also, ronclimakcr'H stock of
lirpairing in all its branches, p
Juno 3, 1854. *
CHOLERA, ) FOR
DYSENTERY, V ^?rw? ?
DIARRHOEA, ) BOWEL II
Also, Admirably adapted to many Dis
THE VIRTUES OF JACOB'S CORDIAI
1st It curcs the worst eases of Dinrrhuea.
2d. It curcs tlio worst forms of Dysentery.
3d. It curcs California or Mexican. Diarrlioci
4tli. It relieves the severest Colic.
5th. It curcs Cholera Morbus.
Gth. It curcs Cholera Infantum.
A few short Extracts fro
<i T J.n..,. To..,.!.'
- ..? .'O I. . ??- ?" O VAI4U.U. >U illjr llllllll) ,
incut, ft valuable remedy." lie
"It gives mc pleasure in being able to rceo
cncc, ami the experience of myjncighbors and
to believe it to be ull tliut it purports to be, v
AVm. II. Underwood, forn
"I take great pleasure in recommending tli
diseases, for which I believe it to be ft soveroi
ever tried by mc." A. A. Gauldim
"This efficient remedy is travelling into ccl
Russia, utid guiuing commendation wherever \
C3IT* For sale by Wardlaw <fc Lvov, Abbci
Smith, llodge's Depot. F. G. 1'aiiks, Green w<
sale Agents; and by the principal Merchant!
Savannah, Gn., May 13, 1854.
M. STRAUSS, G'okesbur)
LADIES DRESS GOODS, such as Barege
Tissues, Clially, Grenadines, Muslins, Po|
litiH; plain, figured, dotted Swiss MUSLlNi:
Silks, Ginghams, Jaconcts, ite.
Beautiful assortment of Collars, Chemisettes, Ii
fant Bodies. Under Sleeves, Cuffs, Linen Can
brie Handkerchiefs, ifce.
Talmas and JVIaiitillafl,
NEW STYLE BONNETS AND MISSES MAT!
Ribbons, Gloves, and Mitts; Edging and Ii
serting. FANS, PARASOLS, Perfumer}*, at
For Cents and Boys.
A full assortment of READY MADE CL0T1
JNO.?Hats, Caps, Boots, Brogans, <fcc. Lint
Drills, C.'ashmcrc, IJroad Cloth, Zeuhyr Clot
Drap d'Ete, Ac. Besides, a new ana full suppi
of spring, summer, and Household ArticlesLINEN
DIAPERS, Ac. I hesitate not to sa
that my stock is one of the most BEST At
SORTED STOCK in the up country. Con
and examine.?1'JilCES AS LOW AS POi
SIDLE. M. STRAUSS.
April 1, 1851. 47 tf
Bollinger & Friday,
Opposite Jannaft and Hunt's Hotels,
uoiumoia, b. u.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IK
Groceries, Liquors, Hardware aiid Plantatio
Purchase COTTON and other PRODUCE,
tgy Deliver all Goods at the Depot free <
W. BOLL1NOER. | JAS K. FRIDAY.
U. H. Berry,
FURNITURE AND CHAIR WAREROOM,
No. 185 Main street,
Columbia, South Carolina,
KEEPS constantly on hand, of his own mam
facturc and from some of the bast mam
factories at the North, a large stock pi PURN
luivii miu uiaihs; a'SO, VTALLi rAl'fil
WINDOW SHADES, Ac.
Being a practical workman, he is prcpar<
to make to order all kinds of Furniture in tl
best manner, and at as low prices as any otli<
Please call and examine before parchasic
THE kindred, creditors, and all whom it ma
concern will take notice, that a final m
tlementof the Estate of Thomas G. Norrcll d
ceased, will take place in the Ordinary's offic
.i aui :n - r* 1 tt " *
? auirevuie \yuuri xioubc, on me twenty-iourl
day of August next; and in the mean time,
is expected that all demands will bo render*
up to JOHN SADLEIVjAdm'r.
May *fc4tli 1854. 66
CHEAP CASH STORE.
ABBEVILLE C. H., S. a
CI1 AMBEfiS AND MARSHALL,
HAVE opened at tho Corner Store of E
Marshall's Ranee, where they will off
to the citizens oT Abbeville the Largest ar
Cheapest stock of Fancy Staple Dry Good
.Boots* Shoes, Hots and Capo, Hard-Ware ai
f? 41..u 1 >?- -t ? <*!?.
viuvaqi-jr, tui vmu ami vasa v/uy. Ul
profits are so am all that we are not ablV to k
our Goods on tiniSS' an'd we are <ton!idont,aft
ail examination of our stock, the purchaAnr wi
perceiya such a preat margin between o\
Prices and .the'Prices usually asked for Goo<
in our line, that they wilt aee'that it is to the
wantage to buy tneir Gbdda fromCns fqfCaa
A call is soliciUo/aa we take pleasure in exhi
. "*y "***
i and all one ye^f pr
jkinda.ttiiSJy all (3 tpro?j5av repaired) Tui
'-Wdbd a&d Metal BuriU Cas#^ ? :'mh24
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RRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION!
tic largest and most elegant assortment of
>UGHES, BUGGIES, GIGS, SULKIES,
est styles and latest fashions of the day, and will
1, in the most superb and durable manner. Also,
ngB, Buggy Umbrellas, Horse Blankets, &c.
all kinds* 011 Imnd for sale low.
romptly and faithfully done, at low prieet.
ALL ( CHOLERA MORBUS,
J BILIOUS CHOLIO,
>ISEASC?. ( CHOLERA INFANTUM.
eases of Females?most especially Painful
. ARE TOO WELL KNOWN TO REQUIRE
| 7th. It cures painful Menstruation.
8th. It relieves pnin in Baek and Loins.
i. 9th. It counteracts Nervousnoss and DesponlOtli.
It restores Irregularities. [dency.
11th. It dispels Gloomy Hysterical Feelings.
12th. It's an admirable Tonic.
m Letters, Testimonials, &c.
and have found it a most efficient and in my judgn.
HmAM Warner, Judge of Supreme Court, Ga.
mmend Jacob's Cordial?my own personal experifriends
around me, is a sufficient guarantee for me
iz: a sovereign remedy
lerly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee Circuit
is invaluable medicine to all affiictcd with bowel
en remedy?dccidedlv sunerior to nnv t.liinw
a, Deputy"G. M. of tlio Grand Lodge of Georgia,
ebrity as fast nsBonapartc pushed his columns into
jscd. ?Georgia Jeffcrsoniaii, May 19th, 1853.
rille; John Smith, Cokesbury; lionKRTS, Adams <k
>od. Haviland, Haiiral AGo., Charleston, Wliole5
and Druggists throughout the State.
WSL W. BLISS ?fc CO., Proprietors.
L, HAMBURG, S. C.
s, THE undersigned takes this meth-'tf^tt
> wliil od of returning thanks for the liberal
>; patronage heretofore given to his HOUSE, and
of informing his friends and the travelling pub
lie, that he still keeps open the Establishment
1_ for tlieir accommodation.
1_ Having re-fitted the Building, furnished the
Rooms with now and convenient Furniture, and
having a set of well drilled servants, an experienced
Caterer and Cooks, his Table will be
S. spread with tho best the market affords. By
these, and his own personal attention, he hopet
n- to give general satisfaction to those who favoi
iti uiiii wini meir company.
He is pleased also to announce that Mr. Jou?
A. Houston has just completed large and Com
j inodious STABLES and CARRIAGE HOUSE ii
,n connection with the HOTEL, and will take spe
jj cial charge of that deparment; and will be pre
1 ' pared to accommodate the public with Saddle
_ llorscn, Hacks and Carriages of all descriptions,
on hire; and travellers will be conveyea with
2 despatch to anv part of the surrounding coun
je try on reasonable terms.
^ He has also large and convenient LOTS, foi
the accommodation of Traders and Stock Dri
vera, who arc specially invited to call.
Hamburg, S. C., May 18, 1854. 63-3m
auli w orxumy urUUJJS.
MA. RANSOM, Agent for R. J4. Fuller,
has just received (at his old stand, Sibley's
corner,) a new and complete assortment ol
Spring Goods, '%
Among which may be found?"
111 Super. Plaid BAREGES and TISSUES, verj
Beautiful trcnch JACONETS, all colors;
0f Lace Striped ORGANDIES, do.
BAREGE Dp.LAINES, all qualities and colors;
PRINTED LAWNS, do. do.
_ Dotted SWISS and Fig'd. ORGANDIES, new
T I-1.1 /1-II-3 OTTirn
uii/^ouv nuu uiguv UVi nju OJL1 jIVO, VCTy CfiCCLp
Fipi'd. Wat'rd, and Plain Bl'k. do. do.
Solid Colored BEREGES;
MOURNING GOODS, all varieties;
GINGHAMS and PRINTS, of every variety,
a* new styles and ulieap;
Fancy Ribbons, beautiful assortment;
i" Parasols and Fans, of every style and price;
^ Hemstich and Bor*d- Lin. Cambric Hdkf's, all
Grenadine and Glaice Silk Mantillas, summer
3r Real 1IUSH LINENS; Damask Table Do., warranted
'8 Table Doylies and Napkins, cheap;..
Linen Towels and doweling, all qqajities;
uriiungs and Uottonadeo, 'do.
Bleach* d and Brown Sheetings and Shirtings, at
iy the lowest market prices;
t Muslin and Lace Underslcevea, new styles';
o- ;<? " ? Inside Hdkf's and Collars, hew
e, ' styles;
h Gents Tim and Cravats, light for summer;
it Hosiery and Gloves, for all ages and conditions;
:d Carpet Bags, Port Monaies, Tablets, Toilet
r? Brushes, Ac.;
Cologne, Otto of Roses, Extracts, Ac. Ac. Ac.
? Believing this stock to be as complete as any
in Augusta, I would respectfully request all
those visiting either that place or Hamburgh to
give me a call before purchasing. My motto is,
, uuiv,a o??to auu omuii uruuu).
' Siblky'0 Corner, Hamburg, S. C., )
id ^ 18C*- v ft * 47-8m
"J *|WIIIJAM STODDARD, Proprietor.
rpHE Subscriber having purchased the BigKi
__ X for the State ?f South Carolina in tha onlj
Machine now invented, for. RIFTING ana
SHAVING SHINGLES. BARBEL HEADING,
js Ac., is prepared to sell the Bight of thfcPistricta,
or single Machines, at pnccs sufficiently low to
t make it an inducement for purchasers. v.
^ The Machine being sfmpfc iiTite construction,
and not liable tofgei out of order, is capable
of Splitting and Shaving Two Thotoiknd Shiri
glea per honr?bettwsrojfia made by hand. II
__ is portable, ttl ^tt b^wo^kcd by hand, horse
- or steam power. Ten to fifteen days work of t
Machine will make enough Shingles to pay tfc(
jit price asked fo? a single bti$, ' ,t,
i*; Large indo?eraent?Ateofferod to persons wilh'
iog to purchase the right of several Di^ricU.?
n One?f tlie ilschintjs can be so4n ;?& oberatior
IL in the CitV?of AuirasCa. at Wm. H; Goodtfah'i
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PAPER-HANGINGS AND MATTRESSES!
177 King-Street, Charleston, S. 0.
THE subscriber has on hand a large assortment,
and is constftnt.lv u..
steamers, the latest pattern* of ^PlN^OW
SHADES and PAPER-HANGINGS, for sule
wholesale and retail I
Transparent WINDOW SHADES, of every
style ana variety, from 60 cents to $0 each I
French and American PAPER-HANGINGS,
and BORDERS, of tho latest Patterns, from
6$ cents to per Roll.
A large variety of CORNICES, Lace and
Muslin CURTAINS, Damask and Satin DELAINES,
Centre Tassels, Loops, Bands, Pins,
Venetian Blinds, Cane Blinds, Mattresses, Cushions,
Fire Screens, <ko.
All kinds of UPHOLSTERING ; and the business,
as usual, attended to in all its branches.
MATTRESSES?Moss, Cotton, Wool and Hair
Mattresses, always on hand, made from tho best
material. Also Bolsters, Pillows, Feather Beds
and Palliasters. Call und seo them?prices
To persons wishing any of tho nbore articles
to sell, a discount Will bo made. The prices of
this establishment aro moderate and uniform,
aud as low as any other establishment.
1L W. KINSMAN.
March 25, 1854. 46 ?
B. W. & J. P. Force & Co.,
wholesale dealers in
BOOTS AND SIIOES,
No. 21 Haync tlrect,
brnj. w. force, )
ions r. force, >
bks'j. conley, ) mll25
CHARLESTON DAT MANUFACTORY,
240 King street, (
A LL kinds of Upavit Mni/mi/in c:n
?\. Cnssitncro HATS, of the latest styles, I
made to order at short notice.
An excellent assortment of new styles of
STRAW GOODS. Soft Travelling lints and
Caps, always on hand. It. HAWLEY.
No. 214, Boul of King street,
Charleston, S. C.
IMPORTKR AND DEALER IN
French, English and American
GOODS FOR PLANTATION USE.
Particular attention paid to Mourning and
Fancy Dress Goods. mh22
John G. Willis,
FANCY BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Trunks, Carpet Bags, Valises, Combs and
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Corner of King street and Jlorlbacfc's Alley,
mh25 Charleston, B. O. I
DKALER IN ALL KINDS OF
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
i Nos. 24G and 248 King-street, corner of Hasel,
mh25 Charleston, S. O.
?. H. Lane,
, Wholesale Book, Stationery and Fancy Goods
i Medical, Miscellaneous and Account BOOKS,
in great variety, at the lowest trade prices.
No. 5 Haync street,
Charleston, South Carolina.
WHOLESALE DOC GIST,
No. 17 Hayne street.
BIQN or THE LARGE YELLOW MORTAR,
WHERE he is prepared to exhibit a large
stock of Drugs, Medicines, Druggists'
Furniture, Phials, Surgical Instruments, Dye
Stuffs, Perfumery, Soaps, Window Glass, Putty,
, Ac., Ac., which he offers at tho lowest market
^ prices. mh26
Hayden, Brother & Ca,
IMPORTERS AMD DEALKB8 IN '*%
' Watohes, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Ware,
Military and Fancy Goods
North Hast corner of King and Haul streets.
ml)2Ci Charleston, 8. O.
"Browning & Leman,"
Frenoh, British and 0?rman
209 and 211 King-ttreet, corner of Market ttieet.
Charleston, 8. C.
OARPETINGS?Ingrain, 8 Plj's, Brussels,
Tapestry and Velvets.
1 CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin, and
' CURTAIN CAMBRICS and MUSLINS, in large
variety. * .
EMBROIDERED LACE and MUSLIN" CUR"
TAINS, all styles.
GILT CORNICES, in all the new designs.
CURTAIN GIMPS, HOLDERS, L001>S, TESSELS,
' DRAPERY CORDS and BELL ROPES, in all
British and American FLOOR OIL CLOTHS
SIT.VER.ti/1 nri.TaTAiP tmna CT>AII>
CARPETING8, of"all styles.
WILTON, VELVET, and AXMINSTER RUGS,
in great variety.
PLANTATION WOOLENS?B L A N K E T 8,
PLAINS, KERSEYS, CAPS, Ac. .
Red and White FLANNELS, SHIRTINGS, ?tc.,
COTTON1 OSNABURGS, of all the best Southern
' English and American COTTON FLANNELS,
; French, English, and American PRINT8.
LINENS, of Richardson's superior make, for
Sheetings, Shirtings, Pillow Cases, Table
Damasks, Doylies, Napkins, Towellings,
TTr./.traV./.lr. V.ni> OUll.. TO t? T"?i
jl&uv?avnv?o) aiuiv v/ivuio) jl9* jem xsiuycio,
Grass Cloths, <fcc. *
CLOTHS, CASSIMERS and VESTINGS, ol best
5 . French- Good.
' SERVANTS CLOTHS, in *11 the shades of Eng.
1 i lish Good*.
SATINETS, TWEEDS, JEANS and LIN8EYS,
. ? of *U qe?litlda and fcrylea.
with a TVll assortment or
RICH DRRfifl ftoons.
? In SILKS, TISSUES, BAREGES, GRENADINm.MUSLINS.^fec.
; BOMBAZINES, ALPACAS and MOURNING
1 GOODS, in greatJr?riety.
> EMBROIDERS and LACE GOODS,of ?very
1 descriptfbni * *
EVENING DRESS Gooda in Great variety ?on'
.All>ba abjve are of otir own DIRECT III*
1 PORTAT1ONS.* ?Q(i offered at tKit TZIWTtH*
< no price system strictly
to, and *11 Gooda W?t+<mt?A
Charleston, 8. '
CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE.
83T The friends of lion. P. S. BROOKS announce
hiui as a cundiilato for re-election an
Representative of the 4th district of 8out?i
Carolina in the Congress of the Ilnit.<-/1
fy The friends of Col. A. C. G ARLINGTON
respectfully announce hiin as ft Candidate to
represent the 4th Congressional District, at tho
election ia October next. [mar 26?10
Wk are authorized t? announce Gen.
Samukl McGowan a candidate for the Legislature.
"\Vk nrc authorized to announce Thomas
Tiionrsos, Esq., a candidate for the Legislature.
We arc authorised to Hunnunco T>r. -I
W. Hearst a candidate for a scat in the uext
We are authorized to announce I>. Z.
IIeundon a Candidate for the Legislature at the
B2T" We are authorized to announce Col. M.
O. Talman a Cundidate for tho LcgiHlature.
We are authorized to announce Edward
Noble a candidate for the Legislature.
?3F"Tho friends of Capt. S. A. IIodoes respectfully
announce him as a caudidato for Ta?
Collector at the ensuing election.
f^ST'Tho friends of John R. Wilsox respectfully
announce him as a candidate for Tar Collector
of Abbevillo District, at the ensuing eleo
We are authorised to announce the Rev.
James Moore as a candidate for re-election as
Tax-Collector of Abbeville District, at the ensuing
rr.._ -r * ?* " -" "
in*, melius 01 ?j.\mes ii. \jonn Tcspccinuiy
announco hiin as a candidate for Sheriff at tlio
C^*The friends of JAMES M. VANDIVER
respectfully announce liiin as a candidate for
Tax Collector of Abbeville District, at the ensuing
C2?" Tho friends of D. W. HAWTHORN" respectfully
announce hitn a candidate fur Sheriff*
ally of Abbeville District., ut the cnsuiDg election.
The friends of O. M. MATTISON respeetfully
announce hira ns a candidate for
Sheriff of Abbeville District at the ensuing eleo'
t^TTlie friends of THOMAS K. COCHRAN,
respectfully announce him ns a Candidate for
Sheriff of Abbeville "District, at the ensning emotion.
EST The friends of JAMES M. MARTIN, respectfully
announce him as a candidate for
Sheriff of Abbeville District, at the ensning
J. M. E.SHAEP^
SLAVE WSALKH AM) GENERAL COMMISSION
No. 1G Stale-street, Charleston.
Dec. 17?ly P. M. HUSON, Agent.
MANUFACTURE!* AND DIAUE IN
CARRIAGES AND HARNESS,
Next door North of Pavilion Hotel, 124 Meet'
ing street and 33 Wentworth street,
CHARLESTON, S. C. m
N. B.?An immense stock of CLES
and HARNESS constantly on hand.' Great
inducements now offered in extreme lorn prices,
Every article warranted.
Oct 29, 25 ly"
NEW SPRING} GOODS.
RICH TWISTED SILKB, BAREGES AND
TISSUES, ORGANDIES, JACONETS,
BRILLIANTS, FRENCH CALICOES,
MILLER ?fc WARREN have received a larger
slock of the abovo GOODS, which, for
novelty, beauty and variety, are believed to bo
unsurpassed in any market; and having beefi
selected from the very latest importations, outcustomers
will find them to be tho newest and
choiccst Goods of tho season.
A beautiful line of GOODS for Misses' wen^
consisting of Rich BAREGE ROSES, (something
Neat French MUSLINS and BRlLLlANTES ;
Plain, Buff, Pink, Blue ond 'fawn col'd Freneh
French, English and Ameriean PRtNTft
We have also a handsome stock of G00D9
for Gents and Boys' weaty we would he "
pleased to show our customers and the public,
assuring them that our prices will be,as cheap a?
Persona from the country woutd do well to
give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta, Ga., Apr. 22d, 1854, 49 tf
Everything New and Fresh.
At the New and Elegant Dry Goods Store of
WARD & IS U ItC HARD,
* AUGUSTA, GA.,.
"VXTE are now receiving our Spring par'
VY chases of rich find elegant * .
SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS)
To which we take gr^afc pleadnre in inviting
the attention of all in want of Family" Supplies*,
feeling assured that "We.can offer Ul* Greatest
Bargains to he found inAugustA?
In RichSpringSILKS, elegant WcddihgBILKS?
ORGANDIES, TISSUES, BAREGES,
BRILLIANTS, French Jaconcts, Lawnst
Besides the largest stock to:be found of
High Luatred BLACK ITALIAN StLKS, tho
moat elegant Goods ever offered in Atigusta.
New and Beautiful PARISIAN PLAIDS, of entire
nev? designs, with the haiidf*cr.:eat and
richest ooAhinatlons of colors inelqdjnft the
gay, the gr*ve, the rich, the elegant and
: chaste. * >? '
RICH EMBROIDERIES Of every description,
and in fact every other kind of Dry uoods
suitable for Ladies and Children's Wardrobes.
SHAWLS and MANTILLAS, of every kind.
In thirf department will be found sotfte of the
RICHEST EMBROIDERED CRAPE SHAWLS
ever exhibited South of the Potomac.
MOURNINQ GOODS, in gt-eat variety.
" American, English and French CALICOS, in
endless variety. " **
MANTILLA AND DRIBS. TRIMMINGS. ;
Wo fehall be prebared to-please the most fastidious
taste in tin# difficult department,, by
keeping a large stock of Tmuning^s constantly
on paudj ^ ^ "L vtggSb/-- - *
-W ' V ? .