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TO ALL WHOM IT HAY CONCERN
PERSONS Owing CLARK A TILLO'RK^
must pay up uy sale-day in Septcmbei
next, or they will find their notes and account
in the hands of John H. Wilson, Esq.
Remember, I can't take promises tor pay.
D. W. C. TILLOToON.
August 19, 1804. 16 tsd
Banner will copy. ? >
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINAAbbeville
TTXTTTPnt? k a tir-n
xmiwna, wiiimm aiattox lifts applied tc
t t me fur Letters of Administration on all
and singular the goods and chattels, rights atic
credits of Jesse Mattox, late of the District
These are, therefore,to cite and admonish ali
nnd singular, the kindred and creditors of tlic
eaid deceased, to be and appear before me, at
our next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
to be holden at Abbeville Court House, on the
first day of September next, to 6lio\v cause, i!
an}*, why the said administration should not bti
Given under my hand and seal, this sixteenth
day of August, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, and
in the seventy-ninth year of American Independence.
WILLIAM I1ILL, O. A. D.
Aug. 19, 1854. 2-15 2t
TIIE Subscriber, having located himself
nt Abbeville C. II., is prepared to do
House, Sign, and Ornamental PAINTING, Paper
Hanging, Cleaning Furniture, <fcc.
All work entrusted to roe will be executed
with neatness nnd despatch.
B3T" Orders from the country promptly attended
"GEI'iioi;" W. A. GItAYDON.
Marshall House, Abbeville C. 11., S. C., )
August 1, 1854. 13 Sm )
Ho! for Chick Springs!
>TpHE Subscriber lins now on the line lictween
- vrrcciivme anu tnitK springs, a line and
Which will leave the village every day, after
the arrival of the cars from Columbia; and returning,
will leave the Springs after breakfast.
Faro, $1 00 each way.
Seats can he secured at my residence,
opposite the Mansion House.
Aug. 12 14tf W. L. CRAWFORD.
Wiiitlock, Coskery & Co.,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION
CAMPBELL ST., AUGUSTA Ga.
ru <s? r | "?=? uuvmgiivu respect- jEj ^ J
J- fully inform their FrcuJs
and the Public Generally, that they still continue
the above BUSINESS, at their old Stand,
where they will pivc their unavoided attention
to all Business entrusted to their care. Liberal
Cash Advances made on Produce in store.
Orders f?r BAGGING, ROPE and family
SUPPLIES, Carefully filled at t.hc lowest Markets.
J. W. WHIT LOCK,
A. J. WH1TLOCIC.
August 12, '64. 14 Cm
lOO Dollars Reward !
I WILL Give the above Reward for the
JS? apprehension and delivery to the Jailor J
.V? of Abbeville of a Negro Man named j
MOSE-, belonging to Larkin Barmore, charged
with the murder of Jesso Muddoxou the 27th
of July last.
The*said negro man Moses is about 30 years
of age, 5 feet 10 or 11 inches high, rather slender
form, and eyes rather red.
A. E HUGIIES.
August 7, 1854. 14 tf
Papers throughout the State friendly to
.justice -will confer a favor by giviug one insertion
to the above.
Goods at Cost!
AT ABBEVILLE C. H.
THE Term of co-partnership existing between
Wilson & Williams has now nearly expired,
and for the purpose of closing up the
ousineas, wo offer our goods
At Cost for Cash.
Our stock is yet very complete, embracing all
tho Vftpiftt.il>? Wl> linvo llull?lll?r L-nn? ?" ' ?*
now be purchase J, with Cii?A,atNcW York and
Charleston prices. Now is the time to supply
yourselves with cheap goods I
As we lmve many very desirable goods on
hand, we feel confident "that all who will examine
our stock and prices, will find it to their
interest to supply themselves at. once.
WILSON <fc WILLIAMS.
August 1, 1851. 13 3m
Town Lot for Sale.
State of Sonth Carolina, Abbeville District.
John II. Wilson, Adm'r of ~|
Ann Ooff, I to #el, R(?ul
Samuel Goff and J Estate.
David Goff. J
BY Order of the Court of Equity, I will sell
the Goff House and Lot, described in the
Bill, on sale-day in September next, at Abbeville
C. H., on a credit till the first of Jnuunry
next The purchaser will give bond with surety
to socurc the purchase money. <
Said lotcontainsJono and a quarter acres,
%nore or less, and is situated on the public street,
" adjoining lots and lands of Charles Dendy.?
'Costs to be paid in cash.
IUjA. JONES, C. E. A. I).
Commissioner's Office, August 3, 1854. 13td
m. STRAUSS, z::::::::::::::: Cokesbiiry.
LADIES DRESS GOODS, such as Bareges,
Tissues, Chnlly, Grenadines, Muslins, Pop
fins'} plain, figured, dotted Bevies MUSLINS;
Bilks, Ginghams, Jaconets. <fcc.
Beautifal assortment of Collars, Chemisettes, Infant
Bodies Under Sleeves, Cuffs, Linen Cam
'brio Handkerchiefs, Ac.
Talmas and Mantilla*,
HEW STYLE BONNETS AND HISSES HATS
Ribbons, Glover, and Mitts; Edging and In
sertinfL'vPANS, PARASOLS, Perfumery, ant
For Gents and Boys.
A foil ossortmenfcof READY MADE CL0TI1
UiO.?Rata, Caps, Boots, Brogans, Ao. Liuci
Drills, Cashmere, Broad Cloth, Zephyr Cloth
jsrap u jeiw,. ajcoiuct, u ?ipw ttiiu IUII Slippij
of tp^Dg.^.romef,. anfl Household ArticleaLINEN
DIAPERS, Ac. I hesjUte not to sa>
th?tjtf^?tock U one of the. most BEST A&
SORTED STOGK in the tip country. Comi
A^H;I8S4> - 41 m
Angnrt 6, '? '^ui??
. ' *
fffiT- "'V -'Hilrt-rl , ' .
WHEAT I WHEAT! I AGAIN!!!
Walker Jk Oleum
f "[RESPECTFULLY bog to state that they c
s X\ STILL IS THE MARKET for Wheat.
THEY will continue tonwiniiAsn any QUA
T1TV of gooil well cleaned Wheat. Early r
plication to securc gond prices arc importai
WALKER A GLENN,
OIH^WA -/ XT ? ?
Newberry, July 15, '61. 10 tf
~THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
> Abbeville District.? Citation.
J "VVniEUEAS, Sarah A. Allen, lias nppli
' u to me for letters of administration, wi
' annexed, on all and singular the poods and cln
. ties, rights and credits of John E. Allen, late
the District, aforesaid deeensed.
! Tliese are, therefore, to cite and admonish i
' and singular, the kindred and creditors of t
' said deceased, to he and oppear before me,
. our next Ordinary's Court for the said Distrii
to he hohlen at Abbeville Court House, on t
23d day of August next, to show cause, if an
why the said administration should not
Given tinder my hand and seal, this seven
day of August. in tlio voar of out- T .....i ..
thousand eight hundred nnd fifty four, m
in the 6eveijty-iiinth year of Americi
W. IHI.L. O. A. J).
August 12/54 14 lit
THE STATE ~0F SOUTH CAROI "!A,
i T I1KUEAS, James G. E. Branyon has a
V V plied to me for Letters of Administr
tion on all and singular the goods and chatte
rights and credits of John M. IJrnnyon, late
tho District aforesaid, deceased: These nr
therefore, to cite and admonish all and singuli
the kindivd and creditors of the said decease
to be and appear before me, nt our next Ore'
j nnrv's Court, for the said District, to be hold?
j at Abbeville Court House, on the twentv-four!
nav <ii August instant, to show cause, if an
wliy the said administration should not t
Given under my hand and sod, this seven!
day of Aiigust, in the year of our Lord 01
thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, an
iti the seventy-ninth year of American Ind
H 2t WILLIAM IIILL, 0. A. J).
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA"
Abbeville District? Citation.
"VX7 11 F.RF.AP, James A. Itiehey has applio
t t to me for Letters of Administration, o
ail and singular the goods and chatties, righ
I and credits of George G. Pettigrew, late of tli
District aforesaid deceased.
These are, therefore to cite and admonish a
I ainl singular, the kindred and creditors of tl
j said deceased, to he and nnnoov -
| our next. Ordinary's Court for the ?aid Distric
i lobe holden at Abbeville Court House, on tli
j twenty-fifth <"lay of August next, to show cau*
if any, why the saiil administration should n<
Given under 1113- hand and seal, this nint
day of August, in the venr of our Lor
one thousand eight hundred nnd fifty fou
nnd in the seventy-ninth year of America
AV. IT I LI,, 0. A. D.
August 12, '04 i t 2t
~ YheTtate of south Carolina"
WHEREAS, .Tamos A. Rieliey 1ms npplic
to mc for Letters of Administration, o
all and singular the jromls and chatties, righl
| and credits of Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Pettigrev
| late of the District aforesaid deceased.
| These are therefore, to cite and admonish a
and singular, the kindred and creditors of tli
j said deceased, to be and appear before me, ?
our next Ordinary's Court for tlw said Distrie
to be holden at Abbeville Court House, on tli
twenty-fifth day of August next, to show eaus
if any, why the said administration should n<
Given under my hand and seal, this nint
day of August, in the year of our Loi
one thousand eight hundred and fi fly-fun
i and in the seventy-ninth year of America
W TUT r .-v ' ^
t? . iiilili, y. yl. J/.
August 13, *54 It 2t
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLJNAT
Abbeville District? Citation.
WIIKREAS, James A. Richey ha3 appli<
to me for Letters of Administration, <
all and singular tlio goods nnd chattels, rigli
and credits of Nancy R Pettigrew, minor, la
of tlie District aforesaid deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish i
and singular, the kindred nnd creditors of tl
said deceased, to bo and appear before me,
our next Ordinary's Court for the said Pistrii
to he liolden nt Abbeville Court House, on tl
j twenty-fifth day of August nest, to show onus
| if an}*, why the said administration should ni
| be granted.
Given under my band and seal, this ninl
day of August, in the year of onr Loi
one tlionsand eight hunared and fifty-fi>ti
and in the seventy-ninth year of Anieiicf
\V. HILL, O. A. I).
August 12. '54 14 2t
First Division S. C. M.
Abbeville C. II., S. C., June 20, 1854.
ORDER No. 3.
THE Following Regiinonte will parad*. f
Drill and Review, at the times and plae
specmea oeiow, viz:
The 10th Regiment of Infantry at Rieliar
sonV, on Thursday, the 27th of July next.
The 7th Regiment of Infantry nt the "0
Well*," on Saturday, the ',20th of July next.
The 9th Regiment of Infantry, at Lowe's, <
Tuesday, the 1st of August next
The 2d Regiment of Cavalry atMt, Yerno
on Thursday, the 8d of August next.
The 8th Regiment of Infantry nt Morrow
Old Field, on Saturday, the 5th of August.
The 6th Regiment of Infantry at Lomax
on Tuesday, the 8th of August
The 4th Rogiment of Infantry at Ilaynie
on Thursday, the 10th of August
The 42d Regiment of Infantry at Minton
vu oumruay, ine 1'Ztn of August.
The 2d Regiment of Infantry ftt Hall's,
Tuesday, the 15th of August*
The 5th Regiment of Infantry at Hauler's,
1 Thursday, the 17th of August
The 1st Regimentnf Cavalry at Smith's 3 to
on 8atnrday, the 19th of August
The 8d Regiment of Infantry at Toney'a C
j Store,.on Tuesday, the 22d of August.
The 1st Regiment of Infantry at Bruton's,
j Thursday, the 24th of August
_ ' The commissioned and non-commission
, officers will assemble the day previous at t
l_ place of rendezvous of their respective Re
9 ments for drill and instruction.
I The Brigadier Generals will, eaeli with
Staff,-attend the Review* in their sepan
coram ana*,- and *r? ah*rg?d with the oxten?i
. of this order. k
By ojrdM of lKpjor M"Gow>ir. *
t Di I A t 0 1
T - June 40 1
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| Jnne 3 7 ? jt$< ? 1- ft *
JL XI Jl^ jlu A
VALUABLE EgxATE FOE
jf. following valnnl>1e Real Estate iii . o village
lt)_ of Abbeville and vicinity.
,'t Tenements No. 1 ami 2 Granite ltange,?. |
taining two larire and mmeioii#
with fine large second story rooms sufficient
for tv.*o families. Also there is on the premises
? a line well of water, and sufficient ground for
yards and gardening purposes.
The Rnnicy Hotel, and appurtenanecs, six'v*
ed six feet front and four hundred in depth. The
iat Hotel will be put in first rate repair by 1st Oeat
of The above property will be in three separate
lots, to suit purchasers, or altogether if
nil desired, on a credit of tivo years with interest
he from date.
st, A Tract of 400 acres of excellent Laud, lyhe
ing on I.ong Can , six miles east of Abbeville
iV, C. II.. adioinini; lands of l)avid Keller ('nut
be Win. Smith, G. W. l-ronier ami oilier*. There
are 150 acres (If line timbered land 011 the tract
th ?100 acres under cultivation, and the balance
nc under good fence. This tract is regarded by
tid good judges as being one of the best grain
[in plantation." in the neighborhood.
A tract of 850 acres lviiiir five miles North
of Abbeville C. II., adjoining lands of Mrs.
? Hoof, Estate of Robert Gordon, Alexander Stevenson
and other*, known as the ISowie and |
San i Ttieltey Lands. There is cleared about
200 acre*, and the balance well timbered. Tliis
; tract will be divided into two or three tracts
to suit purchasers.
^1. The above tracts will be sold on a credit of
? three years with interest from date. Nole and
l\ approved security to secure the purchase mo ey.
V i'er-ons wishing to iii.-.Ue investment that is
certain of paying handsome dividends, will* <lo
^ well to examine llio above properly*, ns it will I
'j be sold on llie ino-t accommodating tori as. I
If the above property is not disposed of pro^'
vious to Sale Day in October next, it will then
30 be sold at auction to tin- highest bidder.
. J. FOSTER MARSHALL.
' ^ August 5, "51 IS St.
ld CROCKER & REES,
WABLHOUSE AND COMMISSION
JACKSON STRF.F.T, 15F.LOW AND ON THE 01'I'OSITK
Situ: OF WAHKKN's I!I.OClv,
n ''piIE Undersigned would respectfully inform '
ts 1- their friends and former patrons, that t!?v\- I
ie will remove, on the 1st of September next, t>> 1
the NEW ANI) Sl'DSTANTlAl. FIRE PROOF i
11 WAREHOUSE on Jackson Street below am!;
ie on the opposite side of Warren's Block,
it. AVe will iiivc our personal attention to rill ;
t| .,u.-.uvo9 viihi w?i?;u i</ will can:, ;i> IHTClUIUrC, j
e and hope to merit a continuance of the favor of i
e, former pat rons.
)l We ore prepared to make at .ill limes, liher-:
al eas'i advances on ProJiiee in store.
1, Orders for BAGGING, HOPE, and FAMI-i
d I-Y SUPPLIES will he carel'u ly filled and at
r, the lowest market price,
n JOHN It. < ROCKER.
JGI1N C. BKKS.
July 20, 185 L 12?2m j
A S Executor of tho la-it Will and Testament .
Jl\- of John Campbell, deceased, I will soli ,
, to the highest bidder, on Friday, the 25111 in-:
I stanI, the Beal Estate of said deceased, being j
ts 12*2 Acm of I>;tntl,
r, More or less. And (hv permission of the Ordi-j
nary for Abbeville District) on the same day,
II the whole of the Personal Property of s!*id ?le-'
ic ceased, consisting of
11 Two Likely Negroes,
'* Household and Kitchen Furniture, Plantation !
I,? Tools, &o., iL>:.
?J A credit of twelve months will bo given on j
the personalty, by the purchaser giving note j
. and approved security; and as to the realty,,
! the terms will be made known on the day of '
' N. B.?The F.ile will take place on the pluis- ;
,n talion, which lies on waters of Penny's Cr ck.
JOSEPH I. BELL.
August 3, 1851. 13 St
BY virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Faeins.
to me directed, i will sell at Abbeville
id Court House, on the fir.sl Monday in SEP>ii
ts 50 acres of land, more or less, bounded by
te John A. Stewart, John W. Moore, and others;
also 10 Xoi'l TICK Elvil'il mill :i Miilrlritn -t
ill Isabella, and William; Lewis, Wiley, Kacliel,
10 Turner, I'ermelia, and Cornelia. Also, at dent.
fondant's residence, on Friday after sale-day,
:t, (Stli Sept,) 4 horses, two-horse wagon, 1 buggy
ic and harness. 2 sows and pigs, 7 head of cattle,
e, 1 lot. blacksmith tools, 1 cotton gin, 1 grindut
stone, 2 beds and furniture, 2 bureaus, 10 chairs,
1 loom, 1 desk. 3 looking-glasses, 3 tables, lot
111 of boxes and barrels, 1 clock, 1 cupboard, plnnrd
tation tools. <fce.t ?te. The property of Thomas
r, Rosamond, at the suit of Charles .Smith and
400 acres of land more or less, bounded by
William Martin, Charles Dendy and others ; the
property of Win. S. Ansby, at the mil of Houry
? Atkins nnd others.
S. A. IIODGES. S. A. J).
AugiiBt 12, 1854. 14 tsd
Cokesbury Masonic Female School.
THIS Institution will resume its Exercise, on
the first day of Anarnst,. The SeRsion will
C3 continue four months; the charges fop tuition
will bo onlj* for that time, fit tho U6tml rates.
'1- The Exercises of tho Inst Session nro n sufficient
re onimendation to tho public?nothing more
Id need bo said.
By order of the Board.
>n P. A. CONNER, Secretary.
July 81, '54 13 8t
H8HKY S. EMR,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS k CON'FECTIONARIES,
? ABBEVILLE, O. H., S. O.
, Afay 10, 1853. 1-tf
on Ho. 1 Mackerel, Fresh Salmon and Codon
on "1 O Kitu No l . ^A-CKEREL, largo, fat, fine
JL& and froahrjai t '
r? 2 dor. Can a, largi ftnd small, Fresh SALMON D.
. For sale by II. S. KERR.
Id J?ne 17, 1854. 6tf
on Potash, Potash,
OAAIB3 of POTASH Just received and
ryw v ior ooitj i in purceieas uumw iruiu uk
be barrel) by H. S. KERR,
gi- June 17, 1854. 6tf '
; : J.
bi# Sugar, Coffee and Molasses.
n HHD3. N. O. SUGAR, at low prices.
20 Sacks of Rio COFFEE at reduced prioea
2 hhds. W. I. MOLASSES. $ >
16 bbls N. O. do, V "
For - ;V H. 8. KERB. .
" ^ etf'
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k y.s* \1
^ u < r i\ JCiO
CANDIDA^ FOR OFFICE.
CST#?* friends of lion % S. BROOKS Announce
^?.m na a candidate"for re-election as
Representative of the 4th district of South
C'ajrolina in the Copgrcss of the United States.
'tbr The fiieffds of Col. A. C. G ARLINGTON
| *>i.cetfuUv nnno.mce hint as n Candidate to
i i .." .'lit the 4th Congressional Dintrii-t nt t.ln?
next. [mar '25?46
^ wK"aV ' *?;?tltorized to announce Gen.
Samuel MoSowa.n ^nujijatc for the Legislature.
CS?- Wn are authorized t'^nllounce Thomas
Thompson, lisn., a candidate for u , Legislature.
reff" Wi: nre authorised to annoutu. pf< j,
\V. llr.ai: r a candidate for a scat in the
?'-5T* Wo nre authorized to announce B. Z.
IIki-.nuon a Candidate for the Legislature at the
j next election.
^"e ire authorized to announce Col. M.
O. '1'alman a Candidal* for the Legislature. *
We arc authorized to announce Edward
Xoiilk a candidate for the Legislature.
C5T* The friends of Capt. S. A. Hodges respectfully
announce liim as a candidate for Tax
Collector at the ensuing election.
?30" The friends of John I!. AVilsox respectfully
announce him as a candidate for Tax Collector
of Abbeville District, at the ensuing elec|
?7/;" Wi: arc authorised to announce the Rev.
1 Jam us Moori; as a candidate for re-election as
Tax Collect or of Abbeville District, at the enI
Tun friends of Jamis IF. Conn respectfully
amiounev him as a candidate for Sheriff at the
t3g-The friends of JAMES M. VAX DIVER
respectfully announce him as a candidate for
Tax Collector of Abbeville District, at the en
C3?~ The friends of I>. \V. HAWTHORN respectfully
announce hint a candidate for Sheriff'(thy
of Abbeville District, at the ensuing election.
The friends of G. M. MATTISON respectfully
utiuouncc liini as a candidate for
Sheriff" of Abbeville District at the ensuing elec
CSTTlio friends of TIIOMAS R.COCHRAN,
respectfully annouuec him as a Candidate for
Sheriff of Abbeville District, at the ensuing ejee
Zfi" The friends of .TAMES M. MARTIN, respectfully
announce him as a candidate for
Sheriff of Abbeville District, at the ensuing
ABBtViLLt UUUKi HUUSt, S. C.;
1)F.TURNS thanks for past favors, and re'spool
fully solicits a continuance of Ihesntnc.
lie keeps constantly on liaml, of liis owikinanufacturo.
a I.arir" Assortment of SADDLES,
HARNESS. HUIHLKS, MARTINGALES. Ac.
Also, WHIi'S, STIRRUP IKONS and BITTS.
I.oinir n practical workman, lie U prepared to
make I" order all kinds of Saddles, Harness and
Military Equipments, nt short notice, and ut as
low prices ? ? nnv other establishment.
?5/"Parlieul;ir attention paid to all kinds of
June 3, 1851. 86 tf
FISHER & AGNEW & CO.,
COURT HOUSE RANGE. COLUMBIA, S. CM
umtccr IMPORTERS OF
Hiiglisli IBanhrare, Cutlery,
WOUI.I) call t>ic attention of the citizens of
Abbeville to their stuck of
Hardware, Paints, OiLs, Window Glass, &c.
CONSISTING, IN TAUT, AS FOLLOWS, VIZ:
Flat. Uotutd, Square, Oval, llulf-ova), Baud, Sheet
and Hoop IROX;
Brads, Nails, Spikes, Tacks, Pot-ware, Fire Dogs,
Fan (i?-aring, Mill Irons, Bolting Cloths,
Axes, Spades, Shove's, Iloes, Tea Ivcttles,
Trace and Wagon Chains of all kinds. Scythes,
Locks, Hinges, Latches, Wire, Screen Wire,
Cotton ami Wool Cards, Waffle Irons,
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,
i Patent Leather, Enamelled Cloth, Dash Frames,
i Bolts, Malleable Castings, Knobs,
i Laces, Brass and Silver Plated Bands, j..
j And Carriage Materials generally.
I I'iiim Whilii T noil Phrnnirt f!
j Paris Green, and Paints of nil kind*,
Window Glass, PuKv, Varnishes, Japan,
Linseed Oil, Spirits 'furpentine, Ac.
Their stuck comprises the largest nnd best assort
nicnt in Columbia, 13 purchased on the very
best U-rins, nnd will be sold at a small advance
Order#, accompanied with satisfactory reference,
will receive prompt attention, nnd all
.nods will be delivered nt the Kailppnd-Depot
"froo of charge for drnvage. ^ ^
FISUEU A AGNES
Columbia, Oct. 25, 1863. ,^25fcf"
Bollinger & Friday, " * '
Opposite Janneya and Hunt's Hotels,
Columbia, S. CJ.
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL PEAI.ERS IX
Groceries, Liquors, Hardware and Plantation
Purchase COTTON mid other PRODUCE.
Deliver nil Goods at the Depot free of
W. BOLLINGER. | J AS K. FUV>AY.
iTIIDDLEKAUFF 6c CAJLJIOUIV.
WHOLESALE AND RBVWth
DEALERS IN FOREIGN ANIViSjlfclCAN
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
COLUMBIA, S. C. *
E. MIDDLEKAUKF. J O. M. CALHOUN,
Aug. 9, 1853. 13?ly
George H. Cathcart,
WHOLESALE AXD BBTAII. UKAI.ER 1.V L>.'\
Corner of Mihardstn and Laurel tlreelt.
t mh25 ? Columbia, S. C. *
i ? - 1?
H. H. Berry,1
FURNITURE- AND CHAIR WAREROOM,
No. 186 Main tlreef,
Columbia, South CarofhM,
KEEPS constantly cm hand, of his ourn mans
factnre and from horSo of the b?st tnann
factories at the North, a large stock of FURltl
TORE and' CHAIRS; also, WALL PAtfBH
W^^SHAMB, &c. * <
" Bofntf a ftractfcal -itorfnttlft. h*' is T)r?t>a^
nciwcAn- *n.l 'crii^ifeWoro tfnrehaiiin
sAv ' . - ?.*
Ramsay's Piano Store.
MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Columbia, S. C>t
-, NUN'S <fc CCS, PatefltDiagonal
tt%irrrff?ruml 1,innort: J)av>8<!': Co's
J J H J ll Patent Suspension Bridge Pianos,
(Jliickcrings, Travel's, and othel'bcst uiukers' Pianos,
at the Factory Prices.
April Ij ISOt. * 47 Cm.
A. C. Squier,
Not. 208 and 21U Main Mlrect,
Columbia, S. 0.
Manufacturer and gcncrnic?^5|is||3j9
denier in fine and plain FUR-|T 4* ! fl
,*RE, CHAIRS, PIANOS, WALL l'APER,
MA 1 l l>-'^sES, <te., nt low prices for cash,
and ull Avarrai*...(j j*01, 0?e year or longer.
All kinds Furnitu., made to order, and all
kinds neatly and nrom.-Mv renn:rcd. Also,
Wiin/1 n...l \f~?~l ' V " i'"'-'- - '
.. ...... ...vim LMiriui ?_ase>. ml!26
C11ARLESTON ADV ERTISEMEWTS.
PAPER-HANGINGS AND MATTRESSES!
177 King-Street, Charleston, S. C.
Till', subscriber has on hand n large assortment,
nnd is constantly receiving by the
steamers, the latest patterns of WINDOW
SIIADK.S and P A l'EIt-11 AN GIN GS, for sale
wholesale an<l retail!
Transparent WINDOW SHADES, of every
stvle and variety, from 00 cents to ?6 each I
'French and American PAPRP-T1 AVnrvnc
and BORDERS, of the latest Patterns, from
6? cent* to peV Roll.
A large variety of CORNICES, Lace and
Muslin CURTAINS, Damask and Satin DE- 1
LAINES, Centre Tassel?, Loops, Bands, Pins,
Venetian Blinds, Cane Blinds, Mattresses, Cushion?.
Fire Screens, ?fce.
All kinds of UPHOLSTERING ; and the business,
as usual, attended to in all its branches.
M ATTRESSES?Moss, Cotton, Wool and Hair
Mattresses, always on hand, made from the best
material. Also Bolsters, Pillows, Feather Beds
and Palliasters. Call and see them?prices
i To persons wishing any of the above articles j
I tr. ? 'l:- * ? : ?
, ... ??in uv iiiHuc. ilie prices 01 .
I this establishment nrc moderate and uniform,
and as low as any other establishment.
II. W. KINSMAN*.
March 25, 1854. 4G ?
"Browning & Leman," '
French, British and German
209 and 211 King-street, earner of Market street.
Charleston, S. C.
ClAHl'KTINGS ? Ingrain, 3 Plys, Brussels,
) Tapestry and Velvets.
CUllTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin, and
CURTAIN CAMBRICS and MUSLINS, in large
EMBROIDERED LACE and MUSLIN CURTAINS,
GILT CORNICES, in all the new designs.
CURTAIN GIMPS, HOLDERS, LOOPS, TESSELS,
DRAPERY CORDS and BELL ROPES, in ull
British and American FLOOR OILCLOTHS
SILVER and GILT STAIR RODS and STAIR
CARPETINGS. or all styles.
WILTON. VELVET, and AXMINSTER RUGS,
in great vnrietv.
PLANTATION WOOLENS?B L A XKETS,
t>l uw l.TOcrvj '?
A liawio, iviiiiOiilO, LriHT), etc.
Rcl and White FLANNELS, SHIRTINGS, Ac.,
COTTON OSNABURGS, of all the best Southern
English and Vmerican COTTON FLANNELS.
French, English, ami American PRINTS.
LINENS, of Richardson's superior make, for
Sheetings, Shirtings, Pillow Cases, Table
Damasks, Doylies, Napkins, Towellings,
Huckabacks, Fruit Cloths, B. E. Diapers,
Grass Cloths, ?fcc.
CLOTHS, CASS1MERS and VESTINGS, of best
SERVANTS CLOTHS, in all the shades of Engi;.i.
SATINETS,"TWEEDS, JEaNS and LINSEYS,
of nil qualities and srylcs.
witii a full assortment of
RICH DRESS GOODS.
In SILKS, TISSUES, BAREGES, GRENADINES,
BOMBAZINES, ALPACAS and MOURNING
GOODS, in great vnrict\*.
EMBROIDERS and LACE GOODS, of every
EVENING DRESS Goods in Great variety constantly
All the above arc of our own DIRECT IMPORTATIONS,
and offered at the LOWEST
! MARKET Prices.
I TERMS.?Cash, or City Acceptance.
rue one price system strictly adhered
to, und all Goods Warranted.
BROWNING & LEMAN.
Charleston. S. C.f March 25, 1851.
- DRY GOODS IN CHARLESTON, S. C.
Browning & Leman,
IMPORTERS OK Not,
209 and 211 King-itcorner of Market-bU,
Charleston, S. C.
Plantation Woolejis, Blankets, <fce.,
Carpetinga nnd Curtain Materials,
Silks nnd Rich Drees Goods,
Clonks, Mantillas, Shawls.
Terms enth?one price only. ml)25
Titos. H. MARCH. J. M. E. BQABP
MARCH & SHARP,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
COLUMBIA, S. C., r
"Y/I7"ILL attend to the sale of all kinds of MerT
y chandizc. Produce, ?fcc. Also, Real and
I'crsonnl Property. Or purchase and sclTSlaves,
?tc.. oil commission.
Bales Room: No. 120 Richardson street, and
famitedintely opposite the United States Hotel,
v vfrlfeb. 4 39 tf
^ " B. W. & J. P. Force & Co.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IW
B.40TS AND SHOES,
No. 4!1 Hayne street,
- +- Charluton.
BRJIJ. Tr. FORCE, )
JOHN P. FORCE, > ?
BKfrl. coNLxr, ) mh25
k Win. Rowland, ~
JVo. 244, Bend of King it reel, . '
Charleston, S. C. ' 0m
USFOKTKR AND DEALER IK ::^H|
3 . Frrooh, ZloglUh and AmMrtaqpffft
OOGD9 FOB PLANTATION USBx.
e j3$B3flB!?* *rfaR
7J * " .'* ' V?HV '
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JUI W W A
Miller, Ripley <fc Co.'s Old Stand, 288 King,
corner Society street, and oppotitc Merchantf
Charleston, 8. O.
?>. J. & a. J. LEV?,
MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND BOY'S
BEG leave to acquaint Wholesale Buyera.
that th<!V fllwnVR h:?vo on linnd n rronui'nl
assortment of CLOTHING, suitable fori all seasons,
which tho\- guarantee to sell at
IVciv York Cnsh Prices.
r NEW GOODS received by every steamer,
direct from their manufactory, 16 WillLam-at.,
Ne>. York. '
Merchants supplied 011 liberal terms. '
JOHN II. VANNOY, i a
11. M. PHELPS, J Sup to.
^Charleston, Mnreh '25, IS04.
13 AI LEV, DOW (J LAS ANDERSON,"
.. LVKWiAkb .1.>y KKTAIL
No. 319 King-air cut, 3 doors above George,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
J. A. DAII-EV, C. DOUGLAS, ' W. D. ANDEBSOJf.
Reference?Jno. A. Calhoun, Es<?.
jnn.14 30 ly
Cameron, Webb & Co.,
(Succcssors to G. <fc H. Cameron,)
CHINA. GLASS A\n EARTimnwArn*
No. 145 Meeting street,
Charleston, South Carolina,
Will supply Country Merchants with
Goutls in their line at as low rates as they can
buy in New York, or elsewhere.
II. 1'. CAMERON, )
\V. I? WEB!!, >
w. m. kaoe. ) mli25
CHARLESTON CARPET WAREHOUSE.
William C alder
HAS always on hand the largest and boBt
selected stock of CARPETING to bo
found in the city, viz:?Fine Ingrains, low
priced; superfine Ingrains, Tapestry Velvet,
Tapestry lirusscls, low priced Brussels, Three
Ply CarpotitiL's Green and Printed Baize, Hearth
Rugs and Door Mutts, Stair Carpeting and
Stair Rods, Bindings, A-e.. <?c. Mnttinrr ?n
~ - ' e> ""
With a large assortment of FLOOR OIL
CLOTH, from :j to '2 1 foot in width, for Rooms,
Lobbies, ?tc., without scam.
Nos. 246 and 243 King-st., corner HaseL
LEONARD CHAP IN,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CARRIAGES AND HARNESS,
Next door North of Pavilion Hotel, 124 Meeting
street and 33 Wcntworth street,
CHARLESTON. S. 0. ~
N. B.?An immense stock of VEHICLES
and HARNESS constantly on liand. Great
inducements now offered iu extreme low prices.
Every article tcarra>itej.
Oct. 29, 25 ly
WINDOW SASHES, BLINDS, &c.
HAVING die Agency of the largest Factory
in the States,! am prepared to fill
orders for any article in the line.
Pftints, Oils, Glass and Builders' Hardware,
and every other article in the building line.
JOHN C. SIMONS,
226 King street, sign of tl\c Whale.
CHARLESTON HAT MANUFACTORY,
210 King street,
ALL kinds of Beaver, Moleskin, Silk and
Cassimero HATS, of the latest styles,
made to order ut short notice.
An excellent assortment of new styles of
CTll A W
ouum boh ATftVciiing lints and
Caps, always on hand. R. I1AWLEY.
John G. Willis, ,
FAXCY BOOT AXD SHOE STORE,
Trunks, XJarpet Bags, Valises, Combs and
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Corner of King street and Horlbaek's Alley,
mh25 Charleston, S. C.
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OP
ENGLISH, FRENCH AJiD AMERICAN
No?. 246 and 248 King-street, corner of Ilastl,
mi 1*0 vuariesioii) D. V.
E. H. Lane,
Wholesale Book, Stationery and Fancy Goods
Mcdical, Miscellaneous and Account BOOKS,
in great variety, at the lowest trade prices. *,
No. - 6 Hayne ttre/t,
Charleston, Sooth Carolina. - ^
No. 17 Ilayne flrcH;\]Cr .
BIOS OF THE LARGE YELLOW MOHTAR,
"^^THERE he is prepared to exhibit a large
V t stock of Drug?, Medicines, Druggists'
Furniture, Phials, Surgical Instruments, Dyo
Stuffs, Perfumery, Soaps, Window Glass, Putty,
Ac., which ho offers at the lowest gnnrket
Hayden, Brother & Co-,
IMrORTRH* . AND bKALERS IN
WateliCR, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Ware,
Military, and Fancy Goods
N6rlh East corner of King and Hotel street*.
mli25 Charleston, 8. O.
Wm. Matthiessenf>. / '
WHOLESALE CLOTHINfi HflflRK.
No. 148 Ea*t itty, corner of Qu&n tlreet,
J. M/ITSHAB*, . - ~
SLATE DEALER AND GENERAL COMMISSION
No. 16 State-street (jha9jtt?ton+
Dec. 17?ly P. II. HUSON, Agent.
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Me r oh ant 'Hotel,
CHARLj^TON, : : : CAUQUXA, .
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