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IK Pursuance of an order of the Ordinary o
Abbeville District, will b6 sold at tho ~lnt<
residence of John C. Martin, deceased, about i
tnilefc west of AbbegiUe-C. II./ commencing 01
Monday the 27th of November next, nil tin
personal estate of said deceased, consisting of
One Hundred and Forty-six Nfgroes,
Twenty-seven Mules, a pair of Horses and Car
riage, a splendid Horse and Boggy, about out
hundred noad of Cattle, two yoke of Oxen. nn<l
we biuck ot Hogs, about
Bales of Cottou,
Threo thousand five hundred Bushels of Corn,
n large quantity of- Bidder, Shucks, Oats ami
Cottou Seed, Household nnd'Kitchen Furniture,
riantation and Blacksmith Tools, five Road
Wagons, and many o'thct- articles not enumerated.
At the same time wi I be Rented out for the
Bnauing y.ear the Plantation of said deceased.
The sale will bo continued from dny to da}until
the entire property is disposed ot.
TERMS?All sums under ten dollars, cos ;
for all ium?ever ten dollars, the purchaser will
be required to give.bond and approved security,
and no article delivered until the terms of
Bale are complied with.
... .. - B. Y. MARTIN, ) Un.in'rs
MARY A. MARTIN, J;' """18October
17, 1854 24 6t
NEW FALL AND WINTER
WAED & BURCHARD,
AUGUSTA. Georgia, nre now receiving
their Fall and Winter supplies of New
and Fashionable Goods, and will he prepared
lo exhibit many novelties iu Dross Goods as
well as a general supply of Household articles.
They invite attention to the following:?
Paris, Sacquo and Opera Flannels, new shades.
American Sacque Flannels, both plain and
Lupin's Mous. delaines and Merinos, all cols.;
Lupin's black Bombazines and Mous. delaines;
Lupin's Black nnd white challics ;
Rich all wool Paris, Delaines, plaid and figured
American Delaines, all the new designs ;
Very elegant colored Silks, in Brocade, l'lains
Satin, l'laid and Chcnc striped Silks;
6-4 high colored Poplins, Scotch 1'laids;
Black Italian and Tuli'cte Silks, rieli lustrcd;
Beautiful French and Knrrlwli Pi-;..#-.
Ginglinms, and Cashmere do'Eeosse ;
Superior Welsh, Silk warp, and Saxony
White crapc. Cashmere and Hay State Shawls;
Embroideries of every description, Laces and
besides a general assortment of Housewife
and servants' Goods.
Tlicy respectfully invit-e Families wishing to
make their Fall and Winter purchases, to give
their stock an examination.
Orders confided to us will be filled
promptly and faithfully.
Augusta, tin., Oct. 19, 185+. 24 tf
ON Monday and Tuesday, the 10t.li and 1-ltli
of November next, the Administrators
of the Estate of Enoch Barinore, deceased, will
dcii, ul \oarmorcs J'urn Out," on tlio Green
ville and Colombia Railroad, by public auction,
llic Personal Property of said deceased, comprising?
Many of them arc very likely ; among whom
are two good Blacksmiths;
Eight jlulcs and Horses, Cows, llog.% Slicep,
Plantation Tools, Coin, Fodder, Wheat, and
Fifty Bales of Cotton,
Cotton Seed, Household and Kitchen Furniture,
and much more and various property, too
tedious to mention.
At tlio same time and place will be sold, as
the property of said Estate,
25 Shares in the Q. & C. R. Road,
un winch tlie nsscMinont lms been pniil.
TERMS?All sums of Five Dollars and under,
will l?e Ca?h ; Above Five Dollars, Twelve
Months credit, by giving note and two (improved
D. I? DONALD, ) . , .
JOI1N C. WILLIAMS, f A'lin rs>
October 1 (J, 1864.
fS9** Banner copy twice.
; THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINAAbbeville
Wnr.nAAA nianmore li. lironK? li:isnp|ilie<l
to me for Letters of Administration,
on all and singular the goods and chattel*,
rights nnd credits of Nancy ttrooks, late of
the District nforesnid, deceased.
These ar$,. therefore, to cite nnd mlmnnitth nil
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be nnd appear before me, nt
our next Ordinary's Court for ilie said District,
to be holdcn at Abbeville Court House, on tinsixth
day of November next, to show cause,
if any, whv the said administration should not
Given under my band and seal, this twentieth
day of October, in the year of our l>ord
one thousand eight hundred nnd fifty-four,
*. and in fliA ani'onf ? ???
mm%> >> v..? ov.vi.wj uiiiwi jvui ui Aiutrncnu
w: niLL, O. A. D.
Octt 27, 25 2t
: m STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
* Abbeville District?Citation.
"^tTKTJlEJREAS, A. H. McAliotcr and Thomas
Vt'" JleAliit^r bath applied to me for LetUr>
pf'Administration, on all and singular
the goods and chatties, riglitu and credit* of
PeliTa Covin, lato of the District aforesaid,
These are, therefore to cite and admonish all
And singular, the kindred and creditors of Jjjc
aid deceased, to be And appear before cq^B|
<our nest Ordinary's Court for the said DinU^
to be holdon at Abbeville Court House, on the
jii?twvuubj ui uuveiuufrncxu, w mow cause,
if any, why tbe said administration should not
utyCB under my Hand and teal, this twenty $.
V>nrAday.ofOc lober in tbe year of on r Lord
. , ope thousand eight hundred and fifty toqr,
,/^' jand.io tlie Mveuty-ninth year of American
; ; <>r tsrn
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~~ IIIBK jr^CT^TOlhi^iirri I rfflSirii Inr
NEW FALL COOOS
f AT CHAMBERS & MARSHALL'S
; CHEAP CA H STOBE.
, No. 1 Granite Range, Abbeville O. H.
j "\717E are now prepared to show a large an<
T T well assorted stock of
New Pull Goods,
Comprising tlie latest styles in
I SILK MANTILLAS,
EMBROIDKKIES, Ac., Ac.; also, /LAWKS*
UA1TKKS and SHOES.
We would lespeolfullv invite ail inspeetioi
,?r ...... " i *
KEKSEYS, BLANK iTS, an<l OSN'ABUIlO.s
Also, n large assortment of BUOGANS; all <>
which we are now selling at Columbia am
Charleston prices, for CASH only.?
Planters would do well to give lis a call bet'or<
Oct. 10, 1854 23 3m
i? ~m:j ibes -mw joez 9S TH;- ?
UY Permission of the Ordinary of Abbeville
District, will be 8olilntt.be late residence
of James Lindsay, deceased, on Tuesday anil
Wednesday, the 7th and Ktli of November next,
all the Personal Property of snid deceased in
Abbeville District, consisting, in part, of
30 Likely IVcgrons
j Among whom there is a good House Carpotij
ter, some superior House Servants, Cooks,
i Washers and 1 rnners; also able-bodied and
well trained Field Hands.
l(i head Horses mid Mules ; 3yoke well broke
Oxen, largo and likely; together with a large
stock of Cilttle, Hogs nnd Sheep.
Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Oats, Fodder, ?Lc.
2 Road Wagons, 2 two-horse Wagons, 3 Carls,
1 Family Carriage, 2 Buggies; together with
Farming Tools of all kinds, a large lot of Carpenters"
Tools, Blacksmiths' Tools, tte., ?fce.
Several thousand well-burned Brick, Household
and Kitchen Furniture, and many other
thinirs not here mentioned.
Terms made known on day of sale.
J. I. BONN Kit, } , , ,
L. T. LINDSAY, J
October C, 1854. 23 4w
ItarzrniiiN nt Whitehall.
T1IK Subscriber, intending to close up bis
Mercantile lousiness, oilers bis stock ol
Goods nt greatly
During these times of high prices, persons wishing
chcnp goods would do well to call.
lie has on hnnd a large lot ol'
IIOMC-MADE NEGRO BROGANS,
REST GEORGIA OSSABURGS,
Indeed a pretty full assortment of Fall and
Winter Goods, recently purchased.
To any person wishing to pell Goods, I enn
recoiiimcud the above place as a good stand,
where ten or twelve thousand dollars' worth
cnu be sold nnnuallv.
S. S. MARSHALL.
X. Ii.?Person# indebted will be kind enough
to come forward und nettle their account*,
without further invitation. S. S. M.
Sept 2'J 21 8t
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Abbeville District.?In the Court of Or
Margaret Dale, widow, npplicnnt, v* Mrs. Mary
Dale, Tclitha Dale anil Jane Little, and oilier#,
Summons in Partition
IT appearing to my satisfaction, tlmt Jolm
M. ]>ule and Mi's. Sarah Outon, Defendants,
reside without. tl>?- limits of the State, it is
therefore ordered, that they do appear, and object
to the division or sale <>f the Ileal Estate
of Samuel K. Dale deceased, on or before the
first Monday in January next, or their consent
I to the same, will he entered <>f Record.
WILLIAM Illl.L, U. A. D.
Ordinary's ofRee, Sept- 'i'J, 18o i. 22-3ut
VALUABLE TOWN LOTS FOR SALE.
1 WILL Sell, on very accommodating terms,
the following LOT-S OF LAND, lying in
the incorporate limits of the Town ?>f Abh-.-ville,
immediately on the Cokesbnry road, to wit:
Containing 6 acres 1 rood mid perehes. Up'
on this lot there arc two good kilchciis and an
excellent iral den.
H EL"" 2*
Containing 7 acres and 11 pcr<-hc?. Upon tin*
' lot IIhtc is ii tine 1>\VKL1.IM? IlOt'Sl-', witli
till necessary outbuildings, all new, and u good
well of wnier. '
Containing 4 acres It roods and 36 perches.?
Upon this lot there is a fine DW KLLING
HOUSE, now* completed, with a good kitchen,
and will he other necessary outbuildings.
Containing 1 acre 2 roods and 31 perches. Upon
this lot. thero is a comfortable DWELLING
HOUSE, with necessary outbuildings, <fcc.
These lots lie adjoining cneli other, and are
situated nhout far enough froin the business
part of Town to render tlieni very desirable for
private residences, and in full view of the Railroad.
There is a sufficiency of wood upon
.them to furnish firewood for twenty years.
To approved purchasers I will sell upon very
accommodating terms, and will take good Negroes
in part payment. Those who wish good
bargains would do well to see me and examiue
-the lots beforo purchasing elsewhere.
jflw* .... B. V. POSEY,
j ^ -Abbeville C. II., Sept. 18, 1854. 20tf
A CLASSICAL SCHOLAR, who will giv<
his serves as Teacher in the
the ensuing year. Offers will be received by
the Secretory until the fifteenth of Novembei
next - j;- '
Direct to Whitehall, Abbeville, 8. C., post
- , By order of the Board of Trustees.
I.- i*-. WM, LYON, Secretary.
. Oafcober U. 1864. 24 Si ?
Xf Wert Telescope copy three Ui&bi
> and forward bill to this office.
, ,-,i ?-;r- :
T flic otiTc lit oniiru aiBfti ? >
f. ur wuu i n WAlWuilA*
AMxvilie DUtricU?In Equity.
, THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ABBEVILLE JjlbTIUCT.?IN" EQUITY.
John L. 1 "J
Larkin Reym Ids. . \ BU1 for Partition
P Agnes W.. his wife, el. al. J
BY Order of the Court of Equity, I will
proceed to sell, at Abbeville C. II., on
biile-duy in November next, the following
Of tlie ltenl Eatnti! of Vini????t. fi .1-.
TRACT No. 1 ?
, Tlie HOMESTEAD I * VCE, nenr Whitehall,
situiito in Abbe- illc D ,t, on Ilardlahnr and
Ciiwhi-iiil crcuka, containing Eight, Hundred
f liiid Thirty A.-ros, more or Ic->s, (with nliont
I Three Hundred and Fifty Acres in woods)
. Twrntv-fivo acres of which being first-rate
. rivek liotiom, and a purl in cultivation. Upon
the place there is a comfortable Dwelling
House containing ten rooms, having a commodious
Barn and Stables attached, a Oiii-house
and other necessary outbuildings in good repair.
The cleared land is in a state of high
, TRACT No. 2?
Known as the Edwards place, containing
' about. One Hundred and Sixty acres, situate in
Abbeville District, on the roads leading t<> AbI
bcvillc C. II. and Vienna, Bixty acres being
TRACT No. 3?
Known as the Bostri place, situate in Edirefield
District, in three miles of Ninety-Six De
jmii <111 me wreeiiville nihl Columbia Railroad,
?*<>iitniiiintr Sis 11 limited acres, iniipe or less, |
sixty of which being woodland, and three hundred
of tin- cleared Iniul in a high state of eul.
tivntion, the residue being under a good pasture
' fenoo. There is on the place a framed house
witli four-rooms, together with necessary outbuildings.
TERMS?A credit of one, two ami three
years from the day of sale, with interest on
- the last instalment from the time the second
lieeoni's due. Hond with good sureties, and
mortgages of the premises to secure the pur'
chase money, to lie given by the purchasers.?
Purchasers will also pay the costs in cash and
pay for titles.
I'ersotiB wishing to liny said lands, would do
well to call and examine them before the day
of sale. Maj. l.arkin Reynolds will take pleasure
in showing them to any person so disposed.
II. A. JONES, C. E.A. I).
Commissioner's Office, Sept. 25, 1854. 21 td
Edgefield Advertiser please copy till sale.
THE STATElF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Abbeville District.?In Equity.
Waller B. Meriwether and")
Matilda E., his wife, I Bill for Partition.
Hazel Smith, ami others. J
1">Y Order of the Court of Equity, I will pro_)
ceed to sell, lit Ed.^vfiuld C. 11., on saleday
in November next, the following trnct or
parcel of Land, situate in the District of Edgcficld,
niul within the incorporate limits of tinTown
of Hamburg, known nnd designated in a
certain plat of the town of Hamburg as section
number seven (7), containing Nineteen nnd
one ninety-ninth acres, more or les*, to be more
particularly described on day of sale. On a
credit of t welve months, with interest from day
of sale. The purchaser _to give bond with two
good sureties, and a mortgage of the premises,
to sceurc tlic purchase money pay the costs iu
cash, also pay for papers.
_ H. A. JONES, C. E. A. I).
Commissioner's Office, Sept. 25, 1804. 21td
** Edgefield and Hamburg papers please
publish till sale, and forward accounts to this
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Abbeville District.?In the Court nf Ordinary.
Dudley Mabry, applicant against Win, W. Mn1
bivy, Haywood (iaines and wife, Andrew J.
Mabrv, ft. at., defendants.
, | . rm ir-uiL-Lion, mm Anciinriuii
.L S. Mnbivy Hint oumt-sS. Mahrey, defendants,
reside without tin: limits of this State, it if,
therefore, ordered, tliut. they do appear nn?l object-to
t lie ili vision, or sale of the Real Kstate
of W. \V. Mabrey, deceased, on op before the
first. Moinlav ill January. A. D. 1865, or their
consent lo the same will be entered of Record.
WILLIAM HILL, O. A. 1).
? Ordinary's office. Oct, 2, 1854. 22-3m
! A~NEW INDENTION.* -j
' piIlS will inform the PLANTERS of AbbeL
ville and Liiureiis Districts tlint I lmvo re.
cenlly purchased the Celebrated
> Cotton Seed Planter,
lately Patented by Mr. .1. T. ?fe L. J. "Wait,
(the ritllit of the above iiniuoJ T)isl.i-ii.?i? ^ An.1
i will send mi Agent over the twi Districts and
i exhibit it, who will be authorised to sell Indi1
vidnal I lights or the Machine* themselves, on
us i-ruMiiiultle terms us etui lie afforded. The
I'lai.tt-r will lie mi excellent thing to drill GUAM)
or any other MANUItli. 1 feel assured
it will not fail to give satisfaction to ever}" ono
who will try it. W. D. CALHOUN.
Sicjit. 19,*1854 2-20 tf .
To The Planters of Abbeville and I<aurens.
, We have fold \V. D. Calhonn tli# ?n<1iuim. I
rijrlit to our 1'utent Cotton Planter for the District*
above named, and can cheerfully reoom'
mend it as a very useful and vnuubh- Alachine.
; J. T. ?fe L. J. WAIT.
BY virtue of sundry write of Fieri Facias,
to me directed, I will sell at Abbeville
Court, (louse, on tho first Monday in KOVKMBER
One hundred acres of land, irv^Hbr less,
bounded by W, Bigby, Widow W^BEer, and
others; the property of #enson Posey, ads.
Geo. H. Kay, and others. , ,
Also. 011 the 28tli instant, at defendant's *??idence,
1 buggy, 1 horse, 10 bend hogs, 1 bed, 3
hea<l cattle, 1 flock, 1 sideboard, 1 cupboard, 1
) lot Itvokft, 1 shot gun, 1 lot boxes, household
and kPtcben furniture; the property of Enoch
Carter, ads. B. 8. Dunbar and others.
r Also, at defendant's*residence, on Tuesday
head of bop, 1 cupboard, household andkitgh.
en furniture, Aarmfca property of John Agner,
ad*. A. L. Ofay aW others.^.
S. A< HODOESi* S. -A.* i).
*> A * mem rrm ? ? M 1
r aa?i A inu;.;;
? rpH? 8ub?erib?r, having Jocated himself
Jl- mt Abbeville o, IL, is prepared to do
wllhoiaUiew and dwpafceb! ' ;
?T Ordarp from Oie oeunU-y pfomgtfy^t
*,1 JU xi X JL XV Hi
CANDIDATES FOR OFFIC1
par The friends of Capt. S. A. Hodges
necttullyannoutiec him as a candidate for
Collector at the ensuing election.'
iw Tlie friends of John ll. Wilson resp
fully announce liitn as a candidate for Tax
lector of Abbeville District, at the ensuing t
jfr"?T" Wk nre authorised to announce the I
.iamks Mookk as a candidate for re-electioi
T&fcCoUector of Abbeville District, at tlie
Tiik friend* of James II. Conn respectf
announce liiiti an a candidate for Sheriff at
J^-TI.e friends of JAMES M. VAND1\
respectfully announce liim as a candidate
Tax Collector of Altbeville District, at the
CST The friend* of D. W. HAWTHORN
spectfully announce liim a candidate for She,
nlty of Abbeville District, at the ensuing e
C3T The friends of G. M. MATTISON
pccU'ully announce him as a candidate
Sheriff of Abbeville District at the ensuing e
ClTThe f. ienda of TIIOMAS R. COCIIRi
respectfully announce him as a Candidate
Sheriff of Abbeville District, at the ensuing e
The friends of JAMES M. MARTIN,
spcctfullv announce him as a candidate
< / 'I >
u?. 11if ui xvuduvjiic lsistricr, at tlje emm
ABBEVILLE- COURT HOUSE, S. C.s
rJETI'RNS thanks for pjist favor?, and
V spcctfully solicits a continuance ofthesai
lie keeps constantly on hand, of his own ma
facturc. a Large Assortment of SADDL
IIARNKSS, MR IDLES, MARTINGALES, <
Also, WHIPS, STIllRUP IRONS and BIT
Being n practical workman, liois prepare!
inake to order all kimlsof Saddles, llnmcssi
Military Equipments, at short notice, and al
low prices us any other establishment.
Particular attention paid to all kind
June 3, 1851. 6ft 1
Goods .it r,??t
AT ABBEVILLE C. H.
r|"MIE Term of co-partnership existing betw
L Wilson Williams lias now nearly
|>ired, and for the purpose of closing up
business, we offer our goods
At Cost for Cash.
Our stock is yet very complete, embracing
tlic varieties we have usually kept., and <
now be purchased, with 6'Wi, at New Yorki
Charleston prices. Now is llic time to sup
yourselves witli cheap goods 1
As we have many very desirable goods
band, we feel confident that all who will
amine ourstock and prices, will find it to tl
interest to supply themselves at. once.
WILSON it WILLIAMS
August 1, 1854. 13 3in
HEHBY S. EHEET
XV HOLES A LL A It I] T A 1
uuui tKlLS, i'KU\ 1SHIi\S & CONFECTIOXARI
ABBEVILLE, C. H., 8. O.
May 10, 185:J. 1-1
tlic Trustees of 'Smyrna Church i
?' T Camp-ground, do hereby give no
that we will apply at tlic next session of
Legislature for an Act incorporating lis i
IkhIv legal anil politic, with the privilege
j extending our jurisdiction lialfa mile each \*
B. D. KAY, Scc'j
August 24, 1854 17 8m
| THE ANDERSON BOOT AND SH
j THANKFUL for the liberal _a
Ml pAtronnge which they have re- V|
j * eeived, l>cg.|eavc to inform ^ 1
; tltcir customers and friends generally, that t
! I 1 uiinTv
I iiutc uwui.i uuu onvixi ui every uescripn
mnde of the host, materia). Also, n large st
of NEGRO SHOES, ninth- expressly for In
coi.sumption, and would siiy to thoso tliut n
want a (rood article, to call and examine
stock, before purchasing elsewhere. We
desirous tlmt tlie planters would give
SHOES n fair trial, knowing that they wo
get value received for their money. HOC
and SHOES made to order. Also REPA
INO. WIU'ES'EU, OSBORNE & C<
Sept. 30, 180 J. 18 2m.
! COLUMBIA A D VICI IT I SEMEN TS
FISHER & AGNEW& CO.,
COURT HOUSE RANfiF nni IIMRIA R
DIKECT IMVOtlTEKS OF
English Hardware, Cutler
hum, Arc., &c.
WOU^D'call itie Attention of the oitizon
Ai>boville .to thoir stock of ,
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Window Qfass, <
CON91RTINO, IX PART, AS FOLLOWS,'YH5:
Flat, Honnd, Suunre, Oval, Ilalf-oVal, Band,SI
and lioop IKON Jf>
Iirads, Nails, Spikes, Tacks. Pot-ware, Fire Di
Fan Gearing, Mil) Irons, Bolting Cloths,
Axes, Spades Shovels, Iloefc, Tea Kettles,
Trace and Wagon Chains Of?ll kinds. Seyth
Locks, Hinges, Latches, Wire, Screen Wire,
nr 1 n trr rrt *
bukivu uiiu ii utu i/srun, vvnino irons,
Gunpowder, Blasting Powder, Percussion Ci
Patent Safety Fuse, Shot. LeAd,
Mill Saws. Crosa-dut Saws, Wagon Boxes,
Cajpenter's Toojjpri endless variety, Anvils,
Vices, Screw Plates, Stocks.and Dies, Bellow
Cast, German and Blister Steel, Borax.
Carriage Springs, Axles, Unbe, Shafts, Fella*
| Patent Leather, Enamelled Cloth, Dash Frtr
Bolts, Malleable Castings, Knobs, -;
\ +; -, ^ ? A i- rm * ** *
lmceo, onus ana surer rinca iiioa^
Aad Carriage Materials generally;' - *
Pure White Lead, Chrome Green,
Paris G*een,*fcnd Paints oi nil ldnds,
Window Glasa, Putty, garnishee, Japan,
Linseed Oil, Spirit* T&rpentine, Ae. ;
Thelr'?to<st comprises the largest itiid beat
sortraentin Columbia,, i? purchased on the *
beat terms, and will bo sold at a small ad vz
for cash. - ^
OrdonL i/tMrnnuilwl. ?hli MdrfutAm
fypt.-l**1 : a^y.. J1j?^4i?>
1 O (O
E. COLUMBIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
Ramsay's Piano Store. 1
la* MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
wl. Columbia, S. C.
Col' J3flTr~rii. - NUN'S ?fcCO'S, Patent Diagonal
dec- M'TFTjfffr:ra,l<' Pianos; H allot Davin ?fc Co'e
[I J tf J U Patent Suspension Uridge I'irtnos,
jcv Chickening, Trnverx, ami other be*t maker*' Piallots
at the Factory Prices. '
en- Al'ril l' 1854' 17 6m'
... A. C. Squier,
l'tl^ iVos. '208 ii/nl 210 J/nin street,
Columbia, S. C.
Kn IV TANUFAGTl" UKll ami fr<-t.ornl(f^K^Xj
for 1*1 ?1o..IopI? <? 1-,T" " W '
on- XITIJRE,"0"AIRS,TiANOS,'WALL l^Al'Klj!
>1 ATTIl ASSES, ?fcc., tfco., lit. low prices for cash,
iiikI all wnrrntitad fur one v<'i>ror longer,
p;j*. All kinds Furniture made to order, nn?l all
kinds neatly and promptly repaired. Also,
Wood und Metal Bnrinl Oases. 1111 >"2.>
res- Bollinger & Friday,
f?r Opposite Jamirifx and Hunt's Hotel*,
cc Columbia, S. O.
M'llOLKSALK ANI> IlKTAIL DEAT.KR8 IX
(l0r Groceries, Liquors, Hardware and Plnntalion
icc Supplies. .
Purchase COTTON and other PRODUCE,
re- S"3F* Deliver ull Goods nt tlm
for charge. ' o>?V>5 *
j?g W. IIOLUNOKR. I J A3 K. FRIDAY.
M. H. Berry,
FURNITURE AND CHAIR WARER003I,
No. 135 Moi n xlvcrt,
re- Columbia, South Carolina,
"lc- T7~ EEPS constantly on hand, of his own niantin_u*
IV faeture nnd from soce of tlio bast mannES,
factories at tlie North, a large stock of FtJRNlfcc.
TURE nnd CIIAIRS; also, WALL' TAP12R,
IS. WINDOW SHADES, &c. '
1 to Being a practical workman, ho Wpiferinred
*"d to make to order all kinds of Fnroituru-in the
& ?8 beet manner, ami nt n9 low prices, at any other
s of Please call and examine before purelinsing
f - - . ?
TRANSPARENT . ^
con WIKDOIV SHADES,
the PAPER-HANGINGS AND MATTRESSES!
177 King-Street, Charleston, S. C.
TlIE subscriber hn? .on hand a lafge assortment,
nnd is constantly receiving by the
!nn steamers, the latest patterns of WINDOW
SHADES nnd PAPER-HANGINGS, for sale
piy wholesale and retail 1
Transparent WINDOW SHADES, of cverv
"" stylo ami variety, from 50 cents to eneh !
French and American PAPER-HANGINGS,
lc,r n.ii<l BORDERS, of the latest Patterns, from
6? cents to per Roll.
A large variety of CORNICES, Lace "and
Muslin CURTAINS, Damask and Satin DELAINES,
Centre Tassels, Loops, Iiands, Tins,
I Kt Venetian Hlinds, Cane.Hlinds, Mattressc?, Cushions,
Fire Screens, <fce.
All kinds of U I'lIOLSTERING ; and the bu''
siness, as usual, attended V* oil its branches.
MATTRESSES?Moss, Cotton, Wool and Hair
^ Mattresses, always orv bh"d, made from the best
material. -AI30 Holsters, Pillows, Feather Reds
and 1'alliastere. Call and seo them?prices
tiee To persons wishing any of the above articles
the to sell, a diseonnt will be made. The prices of
is a this establishment are moderate and uniform,
?r i.? ? * *
v. UHU tu ivn us UUJ uuivr L'HUlllllSlinient.
ay. II. W. KINSMAN.
March 25, 1854. 4G ?
"Browning & Leman,"
rMPOUTKRS OK t
French^ 6iitiah and German ,
209 and 211 Kiriff-ntrcct, corner of Market street.
S Charleston, S. C.
<>ck flARPETINGS ^nlnjjrnin, 3 Plys, Brussels;
>me VJ Tftnc^tgv V el veta- . ..
riny CURTAIN SL^TERJAIsS, in Silk, Satin, and
our Worsted. ,. ..
rife CURTAIN CAMJJjHCS'ind MUSLINS, in large
nld EMBROIDERED LACE and MUSLIN CUR>TS
^ TAINS, *11 styles.
Ill- GILT CORNICES, in all the new designs.
> 1*1 TI1TA1V ftlMIM Hllfnrm; Tn/iw.
. JUUUI O, 1LO*
DRAPERY CORDS and BELL ROPES, in all
British nn<l American FLOQJi OI&,CLOTIIS
SlL?VElt ami GILT STAIITROJDS^nd STAIR
CARPETINGS. of all style* *
C" WILTON, VELVET, andAXMINSTERRUGS,
in groat -variety. ?
PLANTATION WOOLENS?B LASKETS,
'V, PLAINS, KERSEYS, CAPS. Ac.
Red and White FLANNELS, SHIRTINGS, ?fce.,
COTTON OSNABURGS, of all the best Sou ih8
?? ern makes,
English And American COTTON FL&SjUS^LS.
&.c. French, English, and American PRlNSjjL ?
LINENS, of Richardson's superior tttifte, for
leet Sheetings, Shirtings, Pillow Cases, Table
Damasks, Doylies, NnpkinMjpTowellings,
Iluckabncks, Fruit Cloths, B. E. Diapers,
CJX>TJis, CaStMEBS and VESTINGS, ofrfheat
M' v ' French Good. -* ~
8ERVANTS CLOTHStin nil the shades of Englieh
,n. SAT1H1CTS, TWEEDS, JEANSW LINSEYS,
oC*H qualities' and srylefl.'
-f WITH A FULL A&SORTMKHT OF
.RICH D IlES 8 GOODS.
8' . 4& SILKS, TISSUES, BAREGES, T&RENA.
/ T3E?rDINES, MUSLINS, Ac. * ..
BOMBAZINES, ALPACAS and MOURNING
GOODS, In great variety.
'* Vllt)DATni7DQ T 4 r%19 nArwnn - *
uuu UVV/1A3, Oi every
rv fx. description. j ?
EVENING DRESS Goods in Grea^ variety ^constantly
All the ahoye are of our own DIRECT IMPORTATIONS,
and offered at the LOWEST
; gg. MARKET Prieta
rery TERMS.r-Cns^, or City Acceptance,
mce t3ET* The one price aysfam strictly adhered
to, and all Good?~W?MeMuit0d.
ifer> BROWNING <fc LEMAN*11
Charleston, S. C.t Hatch 28, 1854. <
ji .: : 2
^ B. W. & J. P. Force & Co.,
X' L ** ir inn ii in iijiiui hi
__L . I00TS i SB SHOES,
jfo. 31 Hayna tireet,
f : fflwrieiton. . .... :
V. FOBCB, V ,r
jOlt .v., *
' "ilRY. G00,DS IN "CHARLESTON S. O : >
, Browning & Leman,
J^^.IMPOBTBRa or '
Not. 20B,<tf&fyif.JCing-ft.l'corner of Marketed.,
s* ^ *.
PI nntntioh Woolens. Blankets, <fcc.,
v^ur|)uung9 and Curtaiu AjAteriala,
Silks aiul Kitfh Dr<*? Goods,
Clonk*,- Mantillas, Shawls.
Terms cush?one price only. mli26
Titos. II. MAP.I-II. J. U. E. flBAHP
| MARCH & SHARP,
! AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
- COLUMBIA, S. C.; .V
w ILL attend to tin; sale of all kinds of Mer^
> ruuucc, ?ve. Also, Kent and
" Personal Properly. Or purchase and sellSlavei,
?Le.. on ct>miiiii4?ic>i(.
Salop Room: No. 120 Richardson street, and
immediately opposite UfftUnitcd Stutcs Hotel.
Feb. 4 39 , tf
BAILEY, DOUGLAS & ANDERSON,,
wholesale 'and retail*
A'o. 31i> King-street, 3 doors above George,
j. a. bailey, c. douglas/ w. d. andebson.
Itcfcrcnce?J no. A. Calhoun, Esq.
jnn. 14 36 ly
Cameron, Webb fc Co.,
(Succcasqrs to G. .it ii. Cameron,)
llMl'OUTEILS OF - .
CHINA, GLASS AND EARTHENWARE,
No. 145 Meeting. street,
Charleston, South Carolina,
?3?" Will nunply -Country Merchants with
Goods in their line at as low"rntes as thej^can
liny in New York, or elsewhere. . .
ii. p. cameron, j
. l. webb, > "
w. m. ?AciE. ) . fn1>25
CHARLESTON CARPET WAREHOUSE,
v* tiiiTmi voiuor
HAS always on hand tlio largest And best
selected stock of CARPETING to bo
found in the city, viz:?-Pin#. Ingrains, low
jiriccd; superiino Jngraina, Tnjrcstry
Tapestry Brusi^l^Jlow^'prjcod BrnsseU? Three
Ply Carpeting?, Often and Printed Baize, Hearth
Rugs and Door Matts, Stair Carpeting and
Stair Rods, Bindings, <tc.,\?fcc. Hatting, all,
widths. 9 / " ,?
With a large assortment of FLOOR OIL
CLOTII, from 3 to 24 feet in width, for RooAs,
Lobbies, ?tc., without scam. J"
Nos. 246 and 243 Hifcg-fet., corner Haselr
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CARRIAGES AMD HARNESS,
Next door North of Pavilion Hotel,. 124 Meeting
street and 33 Wentwqrtb street^
CHARLESTON, S C.
N. B.?An immense stock of VEHICLES'
and HARNESS constantly on hand. Great
inducements now offered in extreme low pricei.
Every article warranted. ~T
Oct. 29, 25 ly
WINDOW SASHES; BLINDS, &c.
TTAVTNT, rl>? A^nM. ?i.? i * "
? . ? .... v ?nv lurgtoi racio.
JUL ry in the States, I nm prepaped fill
orders for any article in the line.
ALSO, "m- \
Paints, Oils, G1ii?8 and Bulldersr Hardware,
' and every ofclier articlc in the building line.
JOHN C. SIMONS,
220 King street, sign of the Whale.
V CHARLESTON HAT MANUFACTORY,
240 King xlrcct,
ALL kinds of Beaver, ""Moleskin, Silk and '
.Cassiinere HATS, of the latest ?style?,
made to-order at short hotice. * > , ,
An excellent n(unrtm?nt. nf now
STRAW GOODS. Soft <Travifa?ng Hats and
Caps, always on hand. HAJVLEY. "
John'O. Willis,' * ..
FANCY BOOT AND iJIQE
Trunk*', Oarpet Bags, VAfses, Oattba and
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,- ' $
Corner of King ttrecl and lIorlb%(tfc a Alley,
mh25 Charleston, S. O. v ?i.rWilliam
Oilder, _ r u^~
DF.ALKR. IS ALL KI.VDfl OF
ENGLISH, FRENCH. AND* AflBBICA^ ^
Xon. 246 and 248 Kiygnlreet, corner rof Hotel)
m!i25 Charleston, S. Q. > .
E. H/Yane, ~ ^ '
Wholesale Book, Sltttionery and Fanet^ood* "
Honse, * Medical,
Mined! Ai>eo(jp Recount HOOKS,
in great variety, atThe low'eht tradifc-^rioftk*' *
Charleston, SontlLforolffi&'ffi' >
W H 0 L E 8 A L U.ft G J-S f ^ > ,
siojj OF-piK la no
WIIERE'Kc is prepared to rxhifft'i ltjrgo
stock of Drugs, Medjpiru'B, iTrnggfs^' /:
Furniture, Phials, Surgical WwuinpnJtB, V7<*
Stuffs, PerAuuery, Soa^?, AV>?^ovr GJflirt; Pytty, *
Ac., Ac., which he offer*at j&o-lafclt^inSrket
Ha-ydeft, B^othe?..& I ^v* r *
IMPORTERS ASJ DKALKfUTT*
Watcher Clocks, Jewelry* slnSnfAef W%
Military and Pan9y OotxJs^ ^jjjJ
North Fait eorn'r of King ^S"r
>'-*W ? ? > l
JUU2U VWUtSIHIUj MlVlt, .7* S
'* ' ' ' % '?
Jrm. Matthies^i^ v, ;! ' . *?g
ALE CLO^flvMffl^^ '
A'r>. 143 ?'<w< i?av, corrt?r of^Q^n
- : Ohto\*UmiQj& *
Xo. 10 State ttreet, afartrfm?^
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