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THE ANDERSON BOOT AND SHOE
THANKFUL far the liberal wtb<|
SHI' patronage which they have re- vSI
? pL ccivcd, beg leave to inform * ^
their customers and friends generally, that they
have BOOTS and SIIOES of ever}* description,
made of the best material. Also, a large stock
of NEGRO SHOES, made expressly for home
consumption, and would say to those that innv
want a good article, to calf and examine our
stock, before purchasing elsewhere. Wo nre
desirous that the planters would give our
SI10T5S a fair trial, knowing that they would
get Value received for their money. BOOTS,
and SHOES made to order. Also REPAI ItISO.
WIIITNER, OSBORNE A. Co.
'Sept 30, 1854. 18 2m.
A VALUABLE PLANTATION
SITUATED on the waters of Mulberry Creek,
in Abbeville District, in a very pleasant
nnd healthy section, about three miles from
Hodges' Depot on the Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, nnd containing
About one-half good woodland, and (lie other
half mostly fresh and in a liigli state of culti^jfVation.
A very comfortable dwelling-house.
,, uew gin-iiousc, nnd screw, good negro cabins,
atul nil oilier necessary out-buildings.
Purchasers ore requested touBall nnd examine
JOSEPH AO NEW.
August 23, 1854. 17 tf
Lauds for Sale.
AS I iutend removing to the West the ensuing
winter, I offer my lands for sale.?
Consisting of mv home place, containing about
lying on the Railroad, two and a half miles below
l)onnhlsville. The plantation is in excellent
repair ; on the premises anj a comfortable
dwelling, gin-house and screw, nnd every necessary
building, together wi ll a first-rate well
of water. A sufficient portion of tiiis tract is
My other place lies on Goose Creek, one and
a imir miles from Donaldsvillo, and contains
of very excellent land. On this place are all
neccssary buildings, and a never-failing spring. ,
The plantation is in good repair. The half i>f '
this place,'ot leasts i? in woods, the balance
freshly cleared laml'ffed is in fine fix for eulti
Those in want of lands would do well to call
and see these places, as I am determined to give
a good bargain.
LA UK IN B ARMOllE. |
August 21, 1854. 17 5t
"'fg* Newberry S'inlinel copy ,3 time?, and
forward account to the Ordinary's olliee, Abbeville.
' To the Public.
THE Subscriber I'osjicct full y i
.rni informs the public flint flic r'.yf* I
1 jirge and Commodious Slnblc adjoining the 1
' World's Hotel," on Washington street, will be ,
open Tor their accommodation, on 31<>n<luy of
Court Week ensuing, 25th inslnnl.
The supply of provender will be nbiindnut,
and of the very best the country enn afford;
nnd the most experienced and careful hostlers f
will be in attendance to sec to the proper man
ngcmenc ami care 01 uie kiock.
^ Witli these nasurnnccs, lie ventures to ask a
eliare of patronage. Wll. DOS1V1SLL. '
Kept 9;- 1854. 18 4t y
TO patrons and the public generally, tliat my
Mill* has undergone u thorough state of repair*,
and is now in complete operation for
grinding wheat and corn.
August ftl,1854. 17 it i
APPLICATION will be made nt the Legislature
of South Carolina at its m;xtSc3fiion,
for an Aet of Incorporation of The Society
fur the annnort of Indigent nnd Superannuated
Ministers of tlio Presbyterian Church and other
Abbeville, August 25, '54 2-17 8m
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
;.Z - . Abbeville District.?In Equity.
John Brown.and 1 '
William Trnit, Kxoci^jpj, J Bill for Partition
vs. of Land and AeMacklin
Brown. f counts.
Uurinh Brown, et nl. J
"" IT Appearing to my satisfaction tliat Mncklin
.L Brown, Atkins Corl<y, Joseph I??:nso?, mut
-Beatrice Deason, Ilenrv Bailey, Sernno Bnilcy,
and Elisabeth Bailey, defendants in the above
* Bill, reside beyond the limits of this State! On
motion of D. F. Jones, complainant's solicitor,
Ordered that said defendants do appear, and
pl^ad, answer or demur to said Bill within three
months from the publication hereof, or the same
will be taken pro con/etao ngninst them.
II. A. JOXES, C. K A. D.
Commissioner's office, Sept 6, 1854. 3m
/TMJAT*largc, new and well finished STORE
_L on Wnshiugton Street, adjoining Wilson
A Williams, o short distance from the Public
Square and Marshall Hotel, 25 feet front and
Tn ilniin tvlt.h ii n-nod Conntintr Room nnd
iron ITonso, fioSr occupied by Win. 51. Tlnghcy
US ft Wholesale Groccry Storo. From its eligible
?itontion, it is considered one of thobcrt location*
iathis placo., Possession given by the
flrifc afOctobor or soona^if required.
m For further Information apply to
. Ablb?riUe C. IL, Angust 29,1801. 16?Ob
^ ,T>ii?RT jf. WABDLAW has associated
JJ\?7XilES A. WAUDLAW in business with
' JSjjMuidef tlie firm of
H. WABDLAW At, SOW.
. TJicy ^ill cotitini'o tlic general Retail Business
5S^%iroTd,sUnd, and trust ttuit they will be
^tfj^l^lttwUlf'Uioir customers on such lib'MUpriti
a* will warrant an extension of past
v^jHiejp_|r*re made 'arrangements by which
thcy^riR frequently reccivo new additions to
10 ' fit
. :S?E^TE.Oi^MUTH WROLINA.
-i, '64 !
** ' ..
SIMPSON & GARDINER,
WdRmiUU8E A.\D COMMISSION MERCHANT}
M'INTOSH ST., AUGUSTA GA.,
\\J I LL continue the AVnrc""}3 <?> '
uaeaBSif T liouso and Com11ii sion 4.
jmisiucm in tlicir FlUK-l'UOOF IllllhDlNG o
M'Intosh Street, in .ill its branchets and liop
by strict personal attention to the interests t
nil who may put business in their hands, t
merit public favor.
Orders for Uaogino, Roth ani? Famii.y Sui
ti.iks tilled nt tho fowest market prieo.
Caxli Advances nindc when requii
ed on produce in store.
J. It. KIMI-Hon] [j. T. GARDINEtl.
August 20, 1854. 10 Cm
"VTOTICE Is hereby given to all pnrtie
1> interested in the Estate of the late Wil
liam Morrison, that a final settlement of tin
came will be made in the Ordinary's ofliee, Ah
beville District, on the srenml //??// of J)rccmbc\
?ev(_ i wii.v MIllM'noiv
Adm'r Will annexed.
August 31, 1834; 17 8m
T JIKUHBY forewarn nil persons from Tra
-I ding for a SOTE given by mo to Georg<
W. Uu/.or, for Kight Hundred Dollar*, givei
some time last January, as the eonsideratioi
for which the paid note was given has prove<
unsound, and I do not intend t-.? pay the sunu
unless compelled by law.
August 2iUh, 1854. 10 at
LAND FvTK SALE.
^pilE Subscriber offers for sale his tract
1.. of Land, in Abbeville District, live
miles from Ninety-six Depot, ami one mile from
Puckctt's Perry on Saluda river, containing
About seventy live acre:, Woodland, well limbered;
Dwelling, and all necessary outbuildings
attached ; and as healthy as any situation
in I he District.
Persons wishing to purchase land, would do
well to call and examine for themselves. 1 am
determined to sell, and if not. sold before the
first Monday in October, it will be sold at public
auction nt Abbeville C. 11.
Persons purchasing the land, can also purchase
Stock, Corn, 1-odder, Oats, Plantation
W. 15. >1 Kill WITHKSl.
AiiLMist IS. isr..l. IT. 1??
PKltSONS imleMcil to tin- subscriber are roi|Uosli
il lo settle llicii' liabilities ou or beforc
tlie 1st September. After the first jour
notes will not lie in my possession.
August 10, 1854. lo If
\T I"., tlie Trustees of Smyrna Church ami
T T Camp-ground, ilo hereby /rive notice
that we will apply at the next pe&uon of tin*
Legislature for an Ant inenrporatinir us as a
body legal and polilic, with tlio privilege ?f
extending our jurisdiction lialfa mile each wav.
1$. D. KAY, Sec'y.*
August 24, 1851 17 SSnt
PA IN TING.
I Mil-] Subscriber, having located hiinscll
ui ..!ii ir '7
lit* Aouuriiic ii., is prepaivu i<> <io
ilonse, Sitrn, and Ornamental l'AINT1 X(?, l'a>er
11 aniriCleaning Furniture, ?Vc.
All work entrusted t<> me will be executed
villi neatness nn<l despatch.
Orders from the country promptly atciuled
W. A. OH AY DON".
Marshall House, Abbeville C. II., S. C., )
August 1, 1854. Ill Sin J
llo! I'or Clliick ^priii^ !
THE Subscriber lias now on the line between
Greenville nnd Chick Springs, a fine and
Which will leave the village every day, after
Ihe arrival of the cars from Poliii'il.in * mnl
turning, will leave the Springs after breakfastFare,
?1 00 cadi way.
?25" Seals can be secured at my residence,
opposite the Mansion llon.-o.
Aug. 12 1-1 tf W. L. CRAWFORD.
Wliiflock, Cookery & Co.,
WAREHOUSE AND C0MMIS3I0N
CAMPBELL ST., AUGUSTA Ga.
Vt-^ j<'r|"Mll$ Undersigned respect-V
J- fully inform tlieii* friends ;!> }
aifd the Public generally, that they still eon
i: <i i ? ?nvrv.i\!a .> it..:- ..i i l'i i
where they will give their undivided attention
to all Business entrusted to their eare. Liber
nl Cash Advances made on Produce in store,
Orders f'.r BAGGING, llOl'E and family
SUPPLIED, Carefully filled at the lowest Mar
kets. J. W. WII1TL0CK,
A. J. W1IITL0CK.
August 12, '54. 14 Cm
$570 I?rCASH PRIZES.
MECHANICS, INVENTORS AND MAN
VOLUME Ten of the "Scientific American'
eommcnccs on the ICtli of September. II
is chiefly devoted to tho advancement of tin
ininoAaf t\f MnMioniM TnMnnnfni?ftir^Vi
ft ml Farmers, and k edited by men practically
skilled in tW arts and sciences. Probably n<
other journal of tlio same character is so extcn
sively circulated, or so generally esteemed foi
its practical ability. Nearly nil the Yaluabli
Patents wliieh arc issued weekly from tho Put
ent office aro illustrated with Engravings, am
the claims of all the Patents aro published reg
ularly in its columns as tlicy arc issued, thu
making it a perfect scientific and nechasica
KKCYCLoPEniA of information upon tho subject
of Mechanical Improvements, C'/teinislry, En gin
ecringand the Seiche** generally. It is pal
lished weekly in quarfCfSrm suitable for bind
inr* and eacn volume ebntains four Iiundrei
| and sixteen pages of reading matter, govern
hundred engravings, with a full and complet
indox. its circulation on Uie last volume c>
ceeded 28,000 per we ok, and tlio practical r<
coipts to any family arc worth much more Ilia
t he subscription price.
Tho following Caeh Prices are offered by tli
Publishers, for tho fourteen largest lists of sul
scribers sent in by Januaiy, 1866;?$100 wl
bo given !for,tlio largest list; $75 for tho si
cond; for the third; $50 for Uie fourth
-$50 for the fifth.; $45 for tho sixth; $40 for th
seventh; $85 for the eighth; $80 fur the ninth
$25 for the tenth; $20.for .the: eleventh ; $1
for the twe\th; $10 for the thiiteoulli; and J
for the foilrtoenth. Tlie cash will' be paid J
Uie -order of the successful competitor lmmed
ateiy r-rtue ttmot JftDTiary IBDD. ' -
I^r?1 1<> ili'
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR
npHK Subscriber having purobaBed lands
rjiij) A- in llio State of Florida, will Bell tlie
j following valuable Ileal Katato in the village
<4 of Abbeville and vicinity.
n Tenements No. 1 and 2 Granite 1 lance, con
c taming two large and spacious Sturcs each,
'f with line large second .story rooms sufficient
0 for two families. Also there id on the premises
n fine well of wnltr, nml sufficient ground9*fur
yards and gardening purposes.
The Rainoy Hotel, and appurtenances, sixtysix
feet front aiul four hundred in depth. The
Hotel will he put in first rate repair by 1st October
The above property will be in three separate
lots, to suit, purchasers, or altogether if
s desired, on a credit of five years with interest
. from date.
p " AI .SO?
A Tract of -100 acres of excellent Lund, lyr
ing on Long Cuii'\ six miles east of Abbeville
0. If., adjoining lands of llavid Keller, ('apt.
Wm. Smith, <'. W. Cromer and others. There
are 150 acres of fine timbered land on the tract
?100 acres under cultivation, and the bahtnee
under good fence. This tract is regarded by
- good judges as being one of the best grain
. plantations in the neighborhood.
, A tract of 850 acres lying five miles North
I of Abbeville C. II.. adioinimr hinds of Mw
, Roof, Estiitu of Robert Gordon, Alexander Stevenson
and other.*, known ns the Howie and
Sand Ttickoy Lands. There is cleared about
ion aeres, and the balance well timbered. This
tract will he divided into two or three traels
to suit purchasers.
'J'lie above tract* will he sold on a el-edit of
three years with interest from date. Note and
1 approved security to secure the purchase mo: cy.
' l'ersons wishing to make investment that is
certain of paying handsome dividends, will do
well to examine 1 lie above property, a3 it will
be sold on the most accommodating terms.
If the above property is not disposed of previous
to Sale Day in October next, il. will (hen
be sold at auction <o I lie li ighesl. bidder.
,1. FOSTKR MA1W1IAI.L
August 'it 1 13 St
(n 0 0<l?i at C O * I !
AT ABBEVILLE C. H.
r|,,llK Term of co-partnership existing between
1_ Wilson ?fc Williams has now nearly expire.].
ami for the purprtsis of closing nj? the
business, wo oiler our goods
At Cost for Cash.
Our stock is yet very complete, embracing all
tin; varieties we liave usually kept, ami ean
now lie purchased, with f'ax/i, at New Yorkaml
Charleston prices. Now is the time to supply
yourselve.- with cheap goods!
A3 we have many very desiral.le go<- on
ham], we feel eonliilent 1 lint, nil who v.' ex
amuse ourslock ami pnees, will timl it to their
interest lo .?-uj>j>Jy themselves at onee.
WILSON .t WILIJAMS.
Auirust l, 1831. 1:5 :>in
CROCKER & REES,
WAULIIIIliSE AND COMMISSION
JACKSON STHF.KT, lM.I.OW AND OS THIi OPPOSITE
glDK OK W.\K?KN*S IM.UfK,
rrMIK UinlopsigTiocl watiM regretfully inform
i_ their friend* ami former patrons, that thev
will remove. on ill.- 1st of September next, 1 ?
the NKW AND sriWTANTIAL I'llMvlMlOOK
WAUKHOlJSli on Jackson Street. In-low and
on the opposite si<lc of Warren's Mock.
We will give onr personal attention to nil
business entrusted to our cmv, a* heretofore,
and lio|>? to merit a continuance of tins favor of
We nre pre pa roil to make nt all times, libernl
cash advances on Product! in store.
Orders for llAOIilM!, ltOl'l'], and FAMILY
SUPPLIES will l?c citrefu.ly tilled and at
the lowest market price.
JOHN II. C1I0CKKR.
JOHN <J. 11KES.
July 20, 1851. 12?2m
rpiIE Hoard of Ttusteca of Erakitie College,
1. S. do hereby civc notice tliat (lie Kndowment
of the College is secured on the
Scholarship Plan adopted by the Hoard on the
S'.li of April 185:5, and that the scheme will go
infn itnni'nti/in <m t.lm i'l fai. nf V Ai-nmluu* ?nvl
nb winch time the subscriptions will be duo
anil beni* interest-.
Certificates of Scholarships will be ready for
, distribution on or before llie 1st of November.
Tlic books will be closed mid the sale ofSchol,
nrships discontinued on the first of April next.
W. It. 11 KM I'll ILL, Agent,
. Augu-1 2'J, 1804.
; ill. STRAUSS, CokcMlxu y.
LADIES DIII2SS GOODS, such as Bareges,
Tissues, (.'bally, Grenadines, Muslins, Poplins;
plain, figured, dotted Swiss MUSLINS;
Silks, Ginghams, Jaconets, ?fce.
Beautiful assortment of Collnrs, CheniiseMes, Infant
Rod ion. Under Sleeves, Cuffs, Linen Cam
brio Handkerchiefs, tte.
Talmas and mantillas,
' NEW STYLE BONNETS AND MISSES HATS.
5 KibTJons, Gloves, nud Mitt/*; Edging mid In8
sertinf*. FANS, l'AUASOLS, Perfumery, and
' DllESS TRIMMINGS*,
' For ticnt? and Boys.
" A full nssortnient of RE A J) Y MA j)E CLOTHING.?Hats,
Caps, Boot*, Brogans, Ac.# Linen
L> Drills. Cashmere. Broad Clotli. Zcnhvr Cloth.
I Drap d'Etc, Ac. Besides, anew mh\ full supply
of spring, summer, and Household Articled?
LINEN I>IA1"ERS, Ac. I hesitate not to sny
? that nu' stock is one of the most BEST AS'
SORTED STOCK in tho up country. Come
8 and examine.?PRICES AS LO W AS J'OS'
SIHLE. M. STRAUSa
:i USURY S. K1RR,
L1 WHOLESALE & RETAIL
0 DEALER IN
- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS k CONFECTIONARIES,
'* ABBEVILLE, O. 8. O.
" May 10, 1853. 1-tf
e Ho. 1 Mackerel, Freak Salmon and CodU
1 o Kits No 1 MACKEllEL, large, fat, fin?
5; 1Z and fresh.
l? 2 doz. Cane. lari?n ami small. Frmli HAT.AtnX'H
' For aalo by " " lL S. KERB."
June 17. 1864. _ 6ti
is Potato,. Potash.
f OAA L.B3 of POTASH juet received ?rt<3
l" OUU for sale (in parcel* as it comes from tb<
barrel) bv ir / ' ft. )B.K&RR. *
j* jpitt i7, i8&4. :ctr
CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE.
Tim friends of lion. P. S. BIIOOKS announce
liim as a candidato for ro-c)cction as .
Representative of tlie 4th district of Houlli I
Carolina in the Congress of the United Statea.
IT The friends of I1..1 A P f!AHT.lVf!TiW
respectfully announce liiin as a Candidate to I
represent flic -Uli Congressional District, at the |
election in October next. [mar 25?J6 (.
Wb nro authorized to nnnouncc (Jen. a
Sami'kl McCSowax .. candidate for tlic Legislature.
csr 'iVk are authorized to announce Tiiomas
Thompson, l\sq., .1 candidate for the Legislature.
\Vi: are authorised to announce Dr. J.
\Y. 11 i: \kst a candidate for a seat iu the next 1
car We arc authorized to announce 15. '/. I ^
lh.itsnox a Candidate for the Legislature at the '
next election. 11
?3$" We arc authorized to announce Col. M. .
(>. Tai.man a Candidate for the Legislature. * y
zw We are authorized to nnnouncc Edwaiih I -
Xoiili: a ciiii?li<lutc for the Legislature.
p?" The friends of Cnpt. t>. A. lionets respectfully
announce him ns n candidate for Tux
Collector at the ensuing election.
The fri?-i??l.h of John R. \V I.SON l'l'SpCcl- I
fully announce liini lis a candidate for Tux Collector
of Abbeville District., at the enduing election.
esr Wi: are autlioriseil to aiiiiouiice tlm Rev.
Jami:s Moor.r as a candidate for re-election as
Tux-Collector of Abbeville District, at the en- ^
Till: friends of Jvmks II. Colin respectfully
announce liini as a candidate for hilierill' at tlic si
C^TTlie friends or J AMI** XI. VANDIVKU j!
respect fully announce liini as a candidate for
Tux Colin-tor of Abbeville district, nt the ensuing
f?TTlie friends of D. W. HAWTHORN re- I.
spcetfullv announce him a candidate for A>7uritf- V
-r I i t -:n i>; ' " '
nn;f in .luui'tuiu i/imiivi, ni mc ensiling vice n
Z^r The fiien.ls of (i. M. XIATTISON res- sl
]?fctfullv announce liim ns :i oanili.lati; for .
\ Sheriff of AW.eville l)istri-t at the onsniugclvK
lion. " "
CSTTIw frkn.lri ofnioMAS U. OK'IIKAN, r
respcctfully announce hint :i C'anilMlato for
S/irritf of Abbeville District, at tin* onsuinsep-c t<
lion.' * tl
Tin- friend; of .IAMHS M. MARTIN', r?- a
sjM-clfully announce liim as a candidate for
S/n'rhf of Abbeville 1 >i.-itlie!, at the ensiling
ABBEVILLE COURT HOUSE, S. C.j
RKTl'UNS thanks for past favors, anJ re
*sj?eetfully solicits aeoiitinuaiiro of thcs'aiuo. o.
iii> Keeps constantly on iiaml, of hi* own ninuu
fm-lurc, a Larije Assortment, of SAI'DLli^
IIAUNKSS, liUIIM.KS, MARTIX(SAM\S, & <>. /
A Wo, WHIPS, STIUltlP IUONS ami lilTTS. V
I'fini; n practical workman, lie is prepared to C
make to oi'ilcr all kimlsof Saddle*, lliii'iio^aml
Military K<|iii|iments, at. short notice, ami at as C
low |?ru*?*s as any ot'ier cstnhlislimciit.
E?#*'* Particular attention paid to all kinds of ''
Jt:H" 1801. .00 tf
?? - ?? * '
COlXMIlIA ADVKKTiSKMKNXS. L
FISHER &"a*CWEW & CO., r
COURT HOUSE RANGF, COLUMBIA, S. C., *DlllKCr
IMt'OUTKISR OK y
KiiaSisli EBarilitni'i4. rpilli'rv.
... - ? 7 .-J
<-nll (lie attention of the eilizensof 1
I T Ahheviilc to their sto.-k of C
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, &c.
COXSIST1NC, IX PART, AS KOl.LOWS, "v 17.:
Flat, Bound, Square, Oval, Half-oval, Baud,Shod
and Hoop IKON; 1
Brads, Xails, Spikes, Tacks, Pot-ware, Fire Dog*,
Fan (Searing, Mill Irons, Bolting Cloths,
Axes, Spader Shovel*5,1 Iocs, Tea Kettles,
Trace ami Wagon Chains of all kinds. Scythe?,
Locks, llinge.-', Latched, Wire, Screen Wire,
Cotton anil Wool Cards, Wafllo Irons, ^
Gunpowder, Blasting Powder, Percussion Cup?, c
Patent Safety Fuse, sliot, Lead, c
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,
CarriageSprings', Axle?, llulis, Shafts, Felloes, ' .
Patent. Leather, Enamelled Cloth, Dash Frame;,
Uoits, Malleable Castings, Knobs, .
Laces, IJrasa ami Silver Plated Lands,
And Carriage Materials generally. ,
Pure White Lead, Chrome Clrocn,
Paris Green, and Paints of all kinds, .
Window Glass, Putty, Varnishes, Japan,
Linseed Oil, Spirits Turpentine, ?fcc.
Their stock comprises the largest and best ns- ,
sorluient in Columbia, is purchased on the very ,
beat termj, and will be 6old at a small advance
Orders, accompanied with satisfactory refer- t
ence, will receive prompt attention, and nil
(ooils will be delivered ut the llailroad Depot
free of charge for <1 ravage.
PISiiEU & AGNEW <fc CO.
Columbia, Oct. 25, 1853. 25 tf
Bollinger & Friday,
Opposite Junncy * and JIuut's Jfulcls,
Columbia, 8. O. j
WHOLESALE AND KliTAIL DKAI.KU3 1M
Groceries, Liqnors, Hardware and Plantation
Purchase COTTON nud other PRODUCE.
?gr Deliver nil Goods at the Depot free of t
W. DOLLINOEIL I J A3 K. FBIUAV.
: : i
iVIODLEHAUFF & CAK^OVN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I
DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND AMERICAN
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
.i ' COLUMBIA, S. C. ' ,
* i 1
xr MTnm.RKAlTVff. I n. M. tf AMinilM. (
Aug. 9, 1863. 13?ly .
George H. Catheart,
WUOLRSAJUK AND RETAIL DEALER I.N .
? J Corner of JtichartUan and Laurel tlrtel*,
\mb25 Columbia, g. C.
[ M. H* Berry,
. "a* /Ml)-IMAmi WitRBBOuil!,' j
rfe. vfhefr. _ m?u.6
Ramsay's Piano Store.
VIUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Columbia, S. C.
TTLJ i NUN'S A CD'S. I'nt,.n! n;.mnni
apif' rand Pianos; Mullet Davis# Co'h
| J U\| ll J'lltcilt Sllfspcilsioll llridgo I'innos,
^bickerings, Travel's, and other boat inukers' Piinos,
nl tii? Factory 1'riecs.
April 1, 185-1. 17 Cm.
A. C. Squier,
AW ii08 and 210 Main xtrect,
Columbia, S. C.
V TAN liFACTU R K11 and
*L dealer in tine ami plain Flllt-f J fl I II
;iTlIKi:, CHAlltS, PIANOS, WALL PAPER,
IATTRASSES, Ac., Ac., at low prices for cnsli,
nd all warranted for one year or longer.
All kinds Furniture made lo order, and all
inds neatly and promptly repaired. Also,
^ ood iiikI .Met at Burial Cntses. >nli25
PAPER-HANGINGS AND MATTRESSES!
177 King-Street, Charleston, S. C.
I'MtK subscriber liaa on liainl u large assortment,
ami is constantly receiving by tins
learners, llic -latest patterns of WINUONV
HADKS an<14'AI'KIUIA N < 11 MiS, for sale
liok-salc and retail!
Transparent WINDOW SlIADI-y, of every
! vl<- anil variety, from 50 vents to (Id encli!
"lYen.li an.l American I'Al'KIl-lIANOINtJS,
n<l ISOUDKKS, of the latest Patterns, from
.} routs to ?0 per Roll.
A 1 :ii"t5<i variety of COItNlCES, Lace ami
luslin OlItTAlSs, lJama.sk ami Satin L)lv
>AINKS, Centre Tassel*, Loops, Lands, l'ins,
reiiet inn Hinds, Cane Llinds, Mattresses, Cush lis
Fire Screens, A ?\
All kinds of L'PllOLST151llN<;; anil the l.uincsp,
a-s usual, attended to in all its branches.
M ATTKESSKS?Moss,Cotton, Wool an<l Hair
l:iltiv?cs, always on liaiul, made from the best
lalerial. Also llolsters, l'illows, Feather Ib'?ls
inl I'a I Masters. Call and see llicni?prices
To persons wishing any of the above articles
II <,.11 o ?111 I - 1 - f,,l- * r
_ V..IIO . HU III ill It.'* J III.' |)rH-"'S 01
liis establishment arc moderate and uniform,
ml as low as any oilier establishment.
II. W. KINSMAN*.
March 25, 1851. M ?
"Browning & Leman,"
French, British and German
5T5?HE"?ir ?f^S9 3>SlC>?s?9
anil *211 Kinj-xlrcrt, vomer of Market str<ct.
Charleston, S. C.
"lAlil'KTI.XfJS?Ingrain, -i I'lys, Umbels,
. J Tapestry and Velvets.
UIITA1K M ATKIil AI.S, in Silk, Satin, an.l
UUTAIN CAMBRICS ami MUSLINS, in huge
?1 I?I.'I>T*I? T .1T-I 1 ?
juinvMwi.in',1/ ami jUUMjliN CUJlTAINS,
ILT CORNICES, in all llio new dcrijjns.
URTA1N GIMl'S, HOLDERS, LOOPS, TEStvi.t.-s,
KAl'ERY CORDS an J BELL ROPES, in all
irilisli ami American 1LOOR OIL CI.OTIIS
i I A' Mil an?l GILTSTAUt HODS and STAIR
CARI'KTINGS. of all styles.
V1LTON, VELVET, and AXMINSTER RUGS,
in uront variety.
'LA STATION WOOLENS?B L A N K E T S,
PLAINS, KERSEYS, CARS, tie.
t.-.l and White FLANNELS, SHIRTINGS, Ac.,
'O'lTON OSNABURGS, of all the beat Southern
'ngli.-di and American COTTON FLANNELS.
Tench, English, pml American PRINTS.
-1NRNS, of Richardson's superior make, for
cji. . : i*"n ?- t-t-l
ouucuuga, Qiisriiii^, riuow tuscs, j nine j
Damask*, Doylies, Napkins, Towelling?,
Huckaback?, l'ruit Cloths, ii. E. Diaper?,
Grass Cloths, &e.
.'LOTUS, CASS1MEUS aiul VESTING!?, of Lost.
1ERVANTS CLOTHS, in nil the h).rules of English
1AT1N ETS, TWEEDS, JEANS and L1NSEYS,
of all (qualities and sryles.
WITH A FULL ASSORTMENT OP
U I C II DRESS GOODS.
II SILKS, TISSUES, BAREGES, GRENA1)1
NES, MUSLINS, Ac.
JOM15AZINE8, ALPACAS and MOURNING
GOODS, in great variety.
MBROlDEltS and LACE GOODS, of every
SVENING DRESS Goods in Great variety constantly
All flic nbovo are of our own DIRECT IMPORTATIONS,
nnd offered at tlio LOWE5T
TERMS.?Cn6li, or City Aceoptance.
The one prieo system striell}- adhered
o, und nil (Joods Warranted.
BROWNING ?fc LEMAN.
Charleston, S. O., March 25, 1854.
DRY GOODS IN CHARLESTON, S. C.
Brownings & Leman,
Vofs. 200 and 211 Kiug-st., comer of Market-ft.,
Plantation Woolen?, Blanket#,- Sic.,
Carpeting* an?l Curtain Mate-rials,
Silks and Rioh Press Goods,
Cloaks, Mantillas, Shawls.
Term* cash?onQpricc oiily. mli25
llOS. II. MARCir. 1. M. E. B1IAIU*
MARCH & SHARP,
IUCTI0NEER8 AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WILL attend to tlio sale of all kinds of Merchandize,.
Froduce, die. , Al?o, lioul and
Personal Proporty. Or purchase and soil Slaves,
to.* on commission.
Sales Boom: No. 120 Richardson streets and
mmcdintcly opposite the. United States Hotel.
Feb. 4 / 80 ;; ; . v iS
- B. W. ft J. P. Force & Co^
WliOt/ESALK SCALER ,1* . I
r,B0aT8 A BfD SHOES, i
. ..*i JVo.-21 Hayne aired,
1: : 6&!irleWon.\ , ' ,
oiwi. V. rotate,*) " . .
DKNJ. ro^tsy, ) . . .P?V25 J
T ~Z: W% S?wl?n?. j
'^wmBbtLr' BsftU-h Mid AinorfiiMl
Miu.uk, Itii'l.ky it Co.*8 Old Stand, 288 King,
corner Society ntrcct, and opposite Jfcrchantt'
Charleston, S. O.
i>. jr. & o. jr. levy,
MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND BOY'S
BE(? leave to acquaint Wholesale Buyers,
tlmt they iiIwiiva have on Iiand a general
assortment of CLOTHING, suitable for all season?,
which the}- guarantee to sell ftt
New York Cash I*vices.
NEW liOODB received by every steamer,
direct, from their manufactory, 75 william-st.,
?23?"" Merchants supplied on liberal terms.
JOHN II. VANNOY, ) Q?
II. M. PIIELPS, [3U1,U'
Charleston, March U5, 1851. -16-6ui
]J ALLEY, DOUGLAS ANDERSON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
A'v. :i 1 '.t King-street, 3 doors above George,
CHARLESTON, 8. O.
J. A. IIAI LEV, C. 1IOUOLAS, W. D. ANDERSON.
livferonce?J .no. A. Cai.iioun, Esq.
jim. H 30 ly
Cameron, Webb & Co.,
(Successors (o G. & II. Cameuon,)
CHINA, CLASS AND EARTHENWARE,
Xo. M5 j!reeling street,
Charleston, South Carolina,
ZZtf" Will supply Country Merchants with
(iooil:) iii thair line ut. exs low rutee as thuv enu
buy in New York, or elsewhere.
II. I*. CAMKlloN, \
W. I.. WEBB, >
W. M. SACK. ) lllh'25
~ Charleston carpet warehouse^
I_f AS nlwav* on hand llio largest and best
L selected stock of CAHPKTING to lie
found in the city, viz:?Fino Ingrains, low
priiivd; superfine Ingrain*, Tapestry Velvet,
Tapestry Hru.'.sel#, low priced Brussels, Three
I'ly <_*mi-j?ot Green and Printed Baize, llcanth
Kttgs and Door Mailt", Stair Carpeting and
Stair Hods, bindings, ?tc., ?tc. Matting, nil
With a lar^o assortment, of FLOOR 0I1>
ui.otji, from :t to 21 feet in width, for Rooms,
I.oMiics, ?to., without senm.
Noa. 246 and 243 King-at., corner HaseL
manufactures AND T>E.\T.EK IN ''
C A R R IA E S EgQlt? AMD IIARNESS,
Next door North of Pavilion Hotel, 124 Meeting
street, nnil 33 AVontworth street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
N. 15 ?An immense stock of VEHICLES
ami HARNESS constantly on liatul. Great
inducement) now offered iu extreme low priccn.
Every arliclc warranted.
Oct. 20, 05 jy
Itl.Hiuw AiiiMiijtv iiia.iiro, nv,
n A VINO the Agency of the largest Factory
in the .State.-', I uiu prepared to - fill
orders for any article in the line;.
I'aints, Oils, Class and Builders' Ilardwaro,
and every other article in the building line:
JOHN C. SIMONS,
226 King street, sign of the "Whale.
CHARLESTON HAT MANUFACTORY
210 King street,
ALL kinds of Heaver, Moleskin, Silk and
C'assimere HATS, of the latest style?,
made to order ut short notice.
Ail excellent assortment of new styles of
STRAW GOODS. Soft Travelling Ilats and
Caps, always on hand, R. I1AWLEY.
John G. Willis,
FANCY BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Trunks, Carpet Bag*, Valises, Combs and
WITOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Corner of King street and Horlback'n Alley,
nili 25 . Charleston, S. O.
William Calder, +
DEALER I.N ALL KINDS OF
ENGLISH, FRENCH m AMERICAN
Not. 246 and 24S King-street, earner of Hotel,
mli25 Charleston, 8. O.
E. H. Lane,;
Wholesale Book,.Stationery and Fancy Goods
Medical, Miscollaneoas nntl* Account BOOKS,
in great variety, at tfio^lowest^phule pricea.
A"o. 5 Ifdyjic tir,etf, T' <*
Charleston, S'onih Carolina.
No. 17 Hayne street,
SIGN OF THE LARUE YELLOW MO UTAH,
WHERE lie is prepared to exhibit a largo
stock of Drags, Mcdicincs, Druggists*
Furniture, Phials, Surgical Instruments, Dyo
Stuffs, Perfumery, Soaps, Window Glass, Patty,
Ac., Ac., which he offers at tho Lowest market
Hayden, Brother Co-,- "
IMPORTERS AND DBALERS IX
Watehe*, Clocks, Jewrlrjv Silver Ware,
JLCUUVOI y auu ? ruvjt vtvw%*?
North East cottier of King and Hotel ttreeft.
mh25 CharlMtdn, S. d, ^
? l t-Jp* >..' " " ??*,r
No. I4? Rail Bay, corner ofj&uetH tlrcct,
OharlattoPiBrO.' 2 **
SLAVE DEAliAtoKNEBAL' COlWlSSIWi
No. 16 Stat&str?et, Charleston.
Deo. ;17?ly ' - P.- M. UPSOH, Agaht
iTso^ :aca?P.:;: ^
CIIA RLEBTON, : : : : SOUWB CAROLINA.
V^HAIjL not bo (iurpawod bjf two doUar
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