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'the book store. I
jjlJlE undersigned have purchased of the publisli|_
injr houses of the North, a large supply of STAN- j
p.vRD WORKS, which they will keep constantly on f
hand an;l w'dl sell at fair prices. They have a beautiful
edition ot
FAMILY BUILF ;
also, pocket editions: Webster's Cnabridgcd Dictionr.rv
: Scott's lV.hlc: M.odieini's Church History : Jose- v
piins; Platareh's Lives: Gibbon's Koine: Rollin's 1
Ancient History: Hume's History of England: Mrs. |
Strickland'.- tbiocus of K.'.jrlaud?a new and popular
work: lbiti-!i Drama :
the poetical Works of Hymn, Milton, Pope, Burns, i 11
Thomson, Cowper. Tupper, &c.; a large supply of J "
seliool-books. Authon's Classical Series, &c.: also, I !
several beautiful Albums, Gift Annuals, and Books j
i,i Ueauty. tall at the Corner Store.
ADICKKS & WITHERS. r
may 10 IS tt
NEW ATTRACTIONS! |j
IT TilE 10K\EK STORE!!! ,
Messrs. Adickes & Withers, [
HAVK in store n large and varied stock of Dry I
(ioods. to which they invite the attention of
their friends and customers in town and District.?
Tin' stock consists ot' carefully selected
DRESS AXD FAXCY t.OODS ; i I
|'.oady-Made Clothing: Cloths and Cassimeres; j
I'ui'ts and Shoes and bonnets: Hardware and Crockcry
: and every other article belonging to their line of
l aziness. Persons in want of !
WB.J (SKD)03D)S
are ro?|Ue-tt-l to give them a call, at their Store in i
the "ADICKKS Ul'll.DlNti." where they will iiud j
the hc.-t qualities at as low rates as can he had in
this market.
may 1?> 18 tf
! 3MIAB!! &BABH! |
Messrs. Adickes & Withers,
I 9 AVK m:nle arrangement-; with an extensive!
1 l lloiiM' in Philadelphia, l>y which they are enabled
to procure early copies ot* new works as they
are puhlishetl. ami
IT PI HLMIER'S I* RICES.
They have m>w on their shelves the following popu- j
l-ir books : Ruth Hall, by Fanny Fern : Party l.ea- 1
lets, bv Baldwin: the Lamplighter: Barnuni's Aut
biography: May ami December, a new and interesting
n.'Ve!; Motlier's Recompense ami other novels, '
bv 11 race Aguilar: The 4?!*l Brewery :
IIORSL-SISOC RR 28M A SO\ ;
!IRoy's Works: the Sons ot the Sires?a Know
.Nothing bk : Roget's Thesaurus of Kngiish Words :
the Vfaverly Novels?complete edition: and many
ther work- < !' the lighter reading, which it is not
:i ? ? -ai v t mention. All who are in search of new, .
i:i* la-tin.'and valuable bo..k- will call at
Til E CORNER STORE,
may k? Is tf
iKibill 1X5> IISB1IXR CREEK
0 MILLS.?Mv Mills ?>n Sugar ami Fi-hing Creek,
a-etiow in c uuplete trim for grinding Com, Wheat,
lice. o.u<. R-.rley or P?a-. ami to cru-h the Corn
am! i ' ': to ? v.n and C >b-Meal. The Saw-Miil is
.* in r .r.nivte repair, all operating in the most p*?r
t ::: inter that machinery can be made to perform
b;. best workmen. Thankful for past favors. 1
h- !?v a strict and /v/o' </'.'<;.by a '/oo</ ;/o'/?/ ,
t i reive a iiboral continuance of the same. 1 have
la i ! .' a!i thing*' new. ami have olie of the finest and
! : BOLTING CI.OTUS ever put upin this country.
A- : my French Burrs, the world cannot beat them, i
1 . i.*e l. 1 fear it will he hard to equal t hem in this
v anti v. Tliev were imported.
JOXa. X. McELWF.E. .Tit.
may 10 ]s ilw*
0 1'. \.--An extra meeting of the WIGWAM
wili be held on SATCRDAY night next, at
the Usual li"tir and place Men will be prompt in
their attemlanee. as bu>hiess of importance to the
town and district will come up for consideration.
By order of the G t f t V y f f.
may 10 IS It*
4 tftlllilTTEn to the Jail of York District as
a Runaway on the Tth iii-t.. a negro man who
say- his name is JOHN EVANS, and that lie belongs
t" Win. B. Porn of Edgefield District. The said negro
is very dark complected, about ll"> years of age.
" feet 'i inches high, ami weighs about ]i'?0 lbs. All
of the fingers are otf the left baud, which lie says
was caused by his hand being caught in the machinery
of a cteaii! saw-mill. The owner is requested to
mine forward, prove property, pay charges and take
liin awav, or he will be dealt withasthc law directs, j
S. C. YOl'NG BLOOD, s. y. t>.
may 10. IS tf
1 iriilTE LE AD.?A large quantity, just re
ceivvd and for sale be
ADICKES x WITHERS.
may 10 IS tf
South Carolina?York District.
By J. M. Ross. Esquire, Ordinary of York District.
UTHEREAS 0. P. CRAXF0RD, has applied to !
me for Letters of Administration, on all and
singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of
PETER M. RILEY, late of the District aforesaid.
deceased:
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors ?>f the said deceastrd.
to l?e and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holdon at
York Court House on the -1st day of MAY instant,
to shew cause, if any, why the said Administration
chould not be granted.
Given under my hand and Seal, this Tth day of
M A Y in the year of our Lord one thousand j
eight hundred and fifty-five ami in the seventyninth
vcur of American Independence.
J. M. ROSS, [l. s.]
U. Y. D.
may D) 10 _ Uw
BARXETT & WITHERS,
\P,E now receiving a large addition to their stock
. of DRl'GS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c., i
tliey sol.at calls from all wtsliing nuyunng in iueu- :
liii". Tlicy feel assured that they can and will give |
satisfaction, both as to quaritv and price. All or- i
der- from the country, punctually attended to.
Yorkville, April 3, 1833.
\irE AllE AITIIORISEU TO A\?
? XOl'Xl 11 S. W. JACKSON, as a Candidate for
the office of Tax Collector for York District, at the
ensuring election.
Oct. I 1831. 33 tf
1111 ARE AUTHORISED TO A1Y?
NOlNOE HEX J AM KN 1'. HOYD as a candidate
for Tax Collector for York District, at the en- i
suing election.
May 3, 1831. 9
11 \SEEI> AXD TRAIX OILS.?A largo
i quantity l'URE OILS, just received and for sale ;
cheap, bv ' ADAMS & McCORKLE. j
may 8 17 tf
rpRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, SI RG11
CAT. Instruments, &c. For Sale by
DARXETT & wiTIIERS. j
April 6 13 tl'
\1TETIIERILL & BROTHERS, pure,
? WHITE LEAD. For sale by
ADAMS & McCORKLE.
may 3 17 tf
I 1t JEWEL'S ESSEACE OF COFFEE.
- i.
mjl tor sate uy
BARNETT & WITHERS.
April o . 13 tf
1 11 I'll E.\E, SI'TS. TLRPE1VTI\E
! and Burning Fluid. For sale by
HARNETT & WITHERS
April 5 18 tf
"I |ISC01 USES OX TRUTH, by Rev. J AS.
U 11. THORN WELL, D. D. Price $1. For sale
by J. S. MOORE & SONS.
* Mar 8 9 tf
. |
rrilE FIIIE.VDS OrtORXELIIS o R
DANIEL, Esq.. respectfully annouuee him as a
candidate for Tux Collector for York District.
MANY VOTERS.
Sept. G 1854 31 tf
SILP1IATE OII.MXE & ACETATE
MORPHINE, Iodide Potash, iodine and Brouiinc.
Just Received and for sale bv
HARNETT* & WITHERS.
April 5 13 tf
WIXDOH GLASS 4\D PUTT If.?
For Sale by
BARNETT & WITHERS.
WRAPPING PAPER. A lot of old
NEWSPAPERS for sale by the hundred. Enquire
at this Office. J
IEI lis Si H P11E11
? - ?
rHF Subscriber has just received ami is now opening
at his old Store, where he has done business
or many years, a very pretty assortment of
ctdii} &m mmF& sms,
fhieh have been selected with grout care for this
uarket, and which he will sell very low lbr cash or
o prompt paying customers. In his stock may he
ouud a great variety of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS;
oiks; Bareges of all colors and styles?some as low
is 2"> cents per yard : Crepe de Paris, a beautiful
irticle : Jaconette and Swiss Muslins, a greatvnriety :
Back and colored Lawns?some beautiful styles;
Indies' J^ponettc and Swiss Muslin Undersleeves?
..adies Capes and Collars, Crass Skirts, Ladies' Taluas?some
very beautiful.
BONNETS AND RIBBONS,
juite a handsome assortment. A great variety of
'AL1COKS?some as low as (>} cents per yard;
iVhitc Goods, (piite a fine Stock. Brown Homespun,
ije per yard: a fine stock of Ginghams, Bed-Tiekng.
12-1 Sheeting: Marseilles Quilts, white and
colored?a tine article.
GENTLEMEN* SI MMER DRESS
loods : Farmer's Satin?plain and striped: 111k. Urap
l'Tete. Queen's Cloth. Linen Drilling?a line article.
Black, Blue and Fancy Colored CLOTHS and CASiUMKUKS.
Crockery, Hardware,
BOOTS; SHOES AND II ATS.
Country Produce will be taken in payment
and the best?price-! eiven.
S. SADLFU.
may 3 17 if
THE LATEST ARRIVAL!
l Hia'UJ.OM'.L U liH.H i i:
Cotton Advanced and Goods Lower !!!
OUR MOTTO--SHORT PROFITS! !!
MESSRS. LINDSAY & GORDON,
HAVE received :i complete and well selected
stock of SPRING and SI MMER
?OOTS,
which have been purchased :it the most reasonable
terms, and can be sold lower than the lowest. The
stock consists in part of Ladies and Gentlemen's
DRESS A\U ri KMSlUXC; (a)OD$.
of every description?Hats. Gaps and Bonnet-' of latest
tij?: Boots and Shoes: Hardware and Gutlery:
Queen's aud China Ware. Also, a heavy stock of
the lUo*t fashionable
&8A2)T-2)?&2)B e20SB3.?fi,
and fabrics of every sort. They have on hand every
article usually found in 1>UY GOuDS STORKS, ail
of the latest style and patents : and they ro-peetfully
in\ite their friends ami eustomers to stive them a
call. LINDSKY ? GoUBO.V
may > 17 tf
Y 1 ilUILi; YARIK?The umler^ne.l h.ivjJt
1. i?ijr purcha*e?l the Marble Van I of I'ul. S. N.
STOWE. int??rms the citizens <?t" York District ami
the surrnumliin: eoimtrv. that he i< now to
till all enters for PLAIN ami MONT MENTA L M Mll'.LK
Wt)|lK. lie ha * l<n?etiie<l the service- of etlieietit
Workmen. ami with 1 laateriai. wi ll assorted.
ami (lie lowest p:ice?. he will jiotni-e t > execute
orders to the satisfaction of ! :.< cu?i..m.r?. He will
always keep an as>ortmcnt of SLAMS . n hand, in r<ler
tli.it these wi-hitij: a TOM HS'i'ONE can he .-nite-1
in size, lettering an.1 finish, at tie- -mrtc-t n..tiee.
Marble Vanl in the rear et S. Ni. .StoWe.V CVs.
Grocery ami Provision Store.
Planter Paris ami Cement fov sale.
KICJIAKD IIA It K.
Jan -o 15 tf
Removal.
MKSSllS. LINDSAY \ TIMt.MASSt>N announce
to their customers an.I the public that they
have removed their estahlisiunent tempoiarily to the
store formerly oeeupieil l?y them, "lie door North of
WALKEK'S HOTEL, where they are prepared to
serve their friends a< tmual. They have tiow on
hand a "oo?I assortment ot
Drug's. Medicines, Dye-Stuffs, &c.,
ami all articles in their line -.1 the Lest .ptality. ami
at reasonable prices.
* r? T TVliJ t \"
i. r. i.i.\ i.
L?. II. TIlO.MASSnX.
Y.irkvslltf. M.ir. !. S tf
HTilLOH'SSIIOlV-Mi- is. T. \ W. DICKX
SOX, beg t-i make their :i?*kiio\vlo<laments t
their friends, I'-tr the liberal "hare <>f patronage they
have received: ami inform their friends ami the ].u1>lie
that thev are still carrying < n the TAILORING
BUSINESS in all it" branches, at their statu! one 11<? o*
Smith of S. Sadler \ Smi. They have made arrangements
hy which they will be able to fill all orders for
the be-t <|italities ul Goods, and to make up out-fits
in tlic latest style and the most workmanlike manner.
By strict attention and promptness, and a faithful
execution of orders, they hope to coiftinue to receive
a goodly shurjg of public patronage.
T. 4 W. DIGKSOJf.
Jati 25 3 ly
MASONIC CELEBRATION.
v A / THE Members of CATAWBA VALLEY
LODGE, No. DM), A. Y. M.. will celebrate
the ensuing Anniversary cd' ST. JOHN", THE
BAPTIST, at the town of Morguuton, N". C., on the
20th of June. An address will be delivered on the
occasion by the Rev. E. J. MEYNARD1E. The public
generally, and all Masons in good standing are
respectfully invited to attend.
A. MYERS, )
j. c. s. Mcdowell. Com.
R. DOW WILSON*, j
may 3 17 Gt
I RISK'S METALLIC III RIAL CASES.
THESE COFFIN'S, now coming into general use
in many sections of our country, are of Metal?enameled
inside and out?are air-tight?free from the
introduction of dampness and water, or the escape
of effluvia?are portable?highly ornamental, and cost
no more than the best wood-coffins.
These Cases will be furnished by the subscriber at
his Work-shop at short notice. He also makes the
ordinary WOOD COFFINS as heretofore.
THOMAS H. SMITH.
YorkviHe, July o, 1S53. 21 tf
Dissolitiox* of co-partxerSHIP.?The
Copartnership of S. SADLER &
SON, was dissolved on the 25th ultimo, by its own
limitation. All persons indebted to us by Book account,
are requested to call soon and settle the same
either by cash or note, as it is indispensable that our
old Books should be closed up. Persons who have
been indebted to us for twelve months or longer,
must pay us some cash, as we are compelled to make
some collections. S. SADLER,
JNO. S. SADLER.
March 10, 1855. 11 tf
"VTEW ESTABLISH.!!EXT.?Messrs. Mc1.X
CONN ELL 6: STEEDMAN, having purchased
the shop of William M. Walker, in this place, beg to
announce to the citizens of Yorkvillc and its vicinity,
that they have made arrangements to carry on the
BLACKCM1TH SHOP at the old stand, where they
will bo prepared and ready to execute orders in any
branch of the business. JIOKSE-SHOEING done in
the best style.
A. F. McCONNELL,
JOHN STEEDMAN.
Jan G 1 tf
J^ IGIIT DRESS !-?This is a military com
if, maud whicli never rails to improve tne personal
appearance of a company. It may be applied to
civil ranks. To the citizens of Yorkvillc and the
District, therefore, we would say that the best place
to get the right drew, at the right price, is at ADAMS
& McCORKLE'S store, one door South of
Walker's Hotel.
April 19 15 tf
If HEX EZERVILLE M ALE AC ADFA
MY.?The exercises of this flourishing Institution
will be resumed 011 the 2d MONDAY of JANUARY,
under the direction of its learned and accomplished
Principal. Gen. John A. Alston.
EDWARD AVERY, Chairman.
Jan & 1 tf
rpilE YORKYILLE FEMALE COLJL
LEGE.?The 2d vear of this Institution will be
commenced on the FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY
n^tt. The exercises will be opened in the New
Buildmg. J. MONROE ANDERSON.
Jan. 1, 1855. 1 tf
CONGAREE HOUSE,
by
WILLI AW HITCHCOCK & CO.,
UNDER the supervision and mangement of Mr.
THOMAS E. BAKER, formerly of "The Exchange,"
Charleston. The undersigned respectfully
announce to theirfcfriends, and the travelling coiurnuty
generally, that they have takcu charge of this old
anil well known House, and solicit a share of patronage.
They intend to spare neither pains nor expense
to render'it a FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
WM. HITCHCOCK & CO.
Columbia, S. C. May 3,1855. 17 4t J
! THE PRINCETON PRESS,
Pill IB design of the inventor was to get up a Press f
jL which would answer cirri/ r> f/iiir> meiif of the idler
made hy Groiu;k Purer,, of New York, in iS",l. h
viz: cheap, lijht, ciaihj maun yet}, and capable of t<
throwing oft'at least "?00 sheets per hour. ('
This Press will throw off from ">00 to SOU sheets 1!
per hour, doing the work e<|Ualtoany Cylinder Press, f.
The bed stands about lilt inches from the floor, and S
is the most convenient of all Presses to make ready ^
the form on. It is adapted to jobbing, or hook work, p
as well as newspaper, and will register as well as K
any other Cylinder Press. It requires, to work it, S
a man to turn the fly wheel, and a boy to feed the V
sheets. c<
The Inking Apparatus is very complete, and dif- f;
fcrs from the apparatus used in Cylinder Presses C
generally, being more like that used in the Power I!
Platen Presses. Two rollers pass over the form T
twice to each impression, taking ink for each sheet, ei
A Press of this description for newspaper and joh- ,\
bitig. bed 11 by 28.1 inches, with roller mould, roller C
stocks, blanket, flying and registering apparatus, |i
&c.. complete, will be furnished fov $">00. lfinkn- S
Jed for nook work chiefly, an extra ink fountain will t'
be furnished for $20. The press, fly wheel, fee., r:
will weigh about 2000 pounds. The sides, kc., are T
iron. Length of frame, seven feet?height, to ft out v:
edge of feed board, three feet six inches. Any size I,
made to order. :il
The following is the li>t of Sizes and Prices as far d
as established: N
lied 23 by 20, $ 100. lied 4*bv:i1, SoSO. c
" :>t? ' 24, 450. ? .*?<) * .12, 000. T
" 44 2*1. :.no. ? o2 12, 025. c
" 40 10~ 51D. VI
The beds will take chasest {jboir full breadth, and T
within two inches of the length. a
Tr.nms.?(.)iie-lialf, cash: one half, note, at I d
months, with approved security : or 21 per cent dis- 15
count for cash. W
Boxing and Tal lage, $1.1. 11
For more than three years the inventor of tlie a- s<
hove l'ress has been improving it. working it all the X
while, ami ascertaining, with great care a ml expense. 1 S
the best mode of carrying out all the details?and lie K
t tlatters himself he has succeeded in perfecting it: at
and is now manufacturing the Press himself. No P
Press will leave his premises without being thorough- a
ly tested, and without it perform.* to the entire satis- w
taction of the purchaser. ti
JOHN T.' UOUIXSOW
Princeton, N. .T.. April 1*55. 15 tf
m:\v~arrivai.!
MESSRS. ADAMS & MCCORKLE, I
V.\.mu .m l', to tiHV.- customers ami tin- pm>ijo c
that they have rc-'ivo-l :,t their well-known V
stan.l. one l).-.?r South of VYalkcr's H.itel. :i large
ninI elegant a~?a?rtmMit of SPRING Sl'MMKK l'()t
M >T^S. recently purchase! in the New York ami <l
Phila-lelphia Markets. They have earet'ui'.y se'.iete<l
a rich ami varieil Mo-'k of I*
; FANCY AWD DRESS GOODS, 'i
of tin* laics? ami iim-t I'aMiioiiuLlc -tyles. to which
tlnv invite t!te attention of their friemls. the La-lie-.
Their style- will he foitmi unu-u.illy attractive ;tml M
sufficiently* varieil to -nit all tastes. They a!-.the
uttteinioa of (ieiitlcmen to their stock of
ate I rrUN'lSIUNt; Ctltl|iS. which "Mi'.hi'aies all av- '
ticW- ot (ieiit h-iaea's w.-ar. of tlo' host |ti:ility a. 1
niaii itaettr I "a th hit?t -tvl-.. A - a ,:ai. C r
stock of llAlll'WAivl* ; ext.-! -:v a ,! eta . i. .. a
large var'-iy : , . tr :j ; lav i ' ar.!- !.
, ii-uaiiv kept in :: ihy ti I- . taMi-hm* tit. Th y
C"nii"Iciit!y invite tlnii iVhii-i- ! call mi l examine '
their stock, an! a ?tire !i in ti.at i. . i.'.oit v.ii! he
i wanting :o give sati-fiCo--.'; . a- to <ju..':iy aiel
Yurkvilie, April l'.h 1 1-1 tf
GOOD TSMES^ COMING! r|
A Brilliant Assortment of ..t
SK ill Sill CIK-1&
at
Messrs. L. ELOOMBERG & BROTHER, tt
VNN'Ol'NVK to their en.-totiters ami the public,
that they are now receiving a splcmlM stock
! Spring ami Sinntnerli'iOl'S. wliieii have heeii recently
purchasel in Chariest'M. Piiihi-lelphin atal New
: Yol k, especially for thi- Market. Their stock i- in w "
I very extensive, ami they are | re parol to cxhihi' : u'
: assortment .as varie<! ami attractive a-any ever - 'h r- ' J
1 e?l in Yorkville. wiiich they will -ell prices. c\i
tremely low. for CASH ami CASH nNl.Y. The l.a- '
: 'lies are pai licitlar'y invite-l to call ami ill-poet tin ir
j -plcmii l stock ">t i'
FA\C'Y A\I> illtrss C.OOOS.
' Silks, l.awtis. *Vlanti!c's. I'aiasoN. \-\. all of wiiich v'
are of the l.at- -t a:i-l III- -t ia-hi-maLle. T<-r the geti- ta
j tleineii tlmv liave line a-sorttneiit "t l'LAI'i g:
I MAl'K CLOTHING. Hats, 15.?.ts. Gaiters, ami all e[
article- i:i tin furnishing line. They have ni-" < n
| liaml a K-t of llar-iwai e. Melicine. Crockery. School- tn
' "? >- . i . .. .'I ......i.. r. i...n .,
' l?"OKS :tll*l 111 lilCl .'III lllill'll'? ii-u;ui> UV|-I ill Ml. .1.
HMoi .\Tiiv siori:.
Their Winter .Stuck is tint vet entirely disputed < !'. (
ami ]>er-"ii- in want <,f Winter Clothing. would !?? (
well to call, as they are determined t > sell out at
eost. j '
jHTTi.e accounts of the last year are made out, \ '('j,
and they w<<uM earnestly request all persons it lel.ti
e?l to tlieni to call and make settlement. In order to j
| carry on the husiness. it is indDpcu-aiily neees-ary i j '
that collections be made forthwith.
L. BLOOMBERG \ BROTHER.
March 22 11 Sin ,
1 in
South Carolina?York District.
By J. M. Ross, Esquire, Ordinary of York District. 1 TITHE
RE AS W. I. CLAWSOX. has applied to me
lor Letters of Administration, on all and sin- j
gular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of' |
E. C. DARXAL, late of the District aforesaid, de- ; .
eeased:
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and I singular,
the kindred and creditors of the said de- J
ceasc'l, to be and appear before me, at our next Or- i
dinary's Court for the said District, to be hidden at j
York Court House on the 21st day of M \ Y instant, '
to shew cause, if any, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand and Seal this 3rd day of
May, in the year of our Lord one thousand j
eight hundred fifty-five and in the seventy-ninth j
vear of American Independence.
J. M. ROSS, [i? s.l ! J
? LD- ?
may 3 1 < 2w
COMPETITION_AT DEFIANCE,
WE arc now receiving and opening in addition fi
to our extensive stock of Dry Goods, Ilar-l- jU
ware, Boots, Shoes and Saddlery, JIats, Caps, and a p,
great variety of Straw Goods, one of the most exten- \]
sive stocks of
Spring and Summer Goods,
ever opened in Western Carolina. Our Stock, embraces
so great a variety of Patterns and Styles, of Ladies
and Gentlemen's DltESS GOODS, that it would
be too tedious to mention them. We would there- _
respectfully invite your attention to our stock, that w
you may examine lor yourself, feeling confident we J
will make it to your interest. tl,
BR EM & STEELE. t|,
Charlotte, X. C., March 20, 1853. 12tf t0
NEW GROCERY STORE. E
I AM just receiving at my store opposite ROSE'S ai
HOTEL, a choice stock of FAMILY GROCER- 01
1ES. which I Will sell for Cash, at lower prices than "
they can be purchased elsewhere in this place. My
stock consists of *1
BEST RIO AIYD JAVA COFFEE, p
Xcw Orleans, Clarified, Fulverizcd, Crushed, Porto so
Rico and Steam Refilled Sugars.
Twenty Barrels Xcw Orleans Syrup; Sugar House to
and Porto ltico Molasses. rc
Fifty Sacks of Salt, Rice, Sardines, Fresh Oysters in
cans. Pickles, Preserves ami Jellies of various kinds,
together with the usual variety of a Family Grocery. j _
W. K. HAGJMST. |
March 2'.) 12 tf
New Shop. l]
THE Snbscriber having fitted up a Shop in the j 0f
rear of the Grocery Store of S. N. Stowc & Co., i th
aud having supplied himself with the necessary tools | rj(
aud implements, announces to the people of York- ! fu
ville and the vicinity, that he is prepared to execute I T1
orders for y,
BLACKSMITHING,
IP
; in all its branches. Particular attention will be giv- y
en to IIORSE-SHOEING uml GUN-SMITHING, in !b
both of whi^i he flatters himself that he will be able y
to afford entire satisfaction. He returns his thanks
to his friend* and the public for past favors, and solicits
a liberal share of their patronage.
WM. M. WALKER. I t
Yorkville, March 1 8 6m a
? . j s^,
NOTICE.?Application will bo made at the lot
next Session of the Legislature to Incorporate sit
a Protestant Episcopal Church in Yorkville.
may 3 17 tsl
MORE NEW GOODS.
rHK undersigned is receiving fresh additions to
hi. Stock of Spring and Summer Goods, which
e is oll'-ring for sale on the most accommodating u
jrins. His stock consists in part of Superfine lilack ?
I'-ths and Cass inters and fancy Cussimers: White, ( ]
Irntvn and fancy Linen Drillings; Heady Made |,t
oais. i'tats and Vests, of all qualities: Heady Made (q
iiirts (.'(dlars: Merino aud spun Silk shirts; ju
larseille.; Skirts and readv made Grass Skirts ; l(Hi
ieces assorted I'riuts; Printed Muslins and Lawns :
ancy Dress Silks : Gro De Hhine and Black Italian i to
ilks : Florence Silk : Silk Velvets and Marsailles 0,1
estings: Black ami Fancy Mantillas : French-work- , 01
.1 Swiss Collars ; Embroidered uiyfcsrslooves and Inmi's
Holies; Chemizcttcs: Black Italian and Hut
rape; silk Veils and Drops"? JVClc Bohinett; ; s{
lack Silk Laces: Jaconet Laces and luscrtings; 1
hread Laces and Edgings ; Irish ami Brown Lin- (i?
us and Linen Lawns: Jaconet, X Bar, Book, ^
Lull and Swiss Muslins : Cotton, Silk and Thread .
umbrick Handkerchiefs: Black Alpacca: Black
tiihaziiio ; Drap Do Etc; 8-1 Brown and Bleached tj(
lieotings; 10-4 Tabling Damask; Linen Table ; j ^
loths: Table Covers; Oil Silk ; Zcphigurn : perfo- |
ited Board ; Black and Colored Cambrieks : Bel j
ieking: Cotton Drillings: Carolina Stripes for Scr- wl
...t-, . o I ( I -..-I * 1 I HI. .1. Ik
. tt, -i- t aim *<iuui> ; v UIMM1 V?lla~ . ui
urgs : Sheetings and Yarns; Ladies ami Gentlelen's
Gloves and Hosiery, in /rent variety : Chilrens
Socks and Hose: Bed Laces : Opera Hoods:
a a keens; Paper, Cambriek and Furniture Dimity,
oiiunc!) and Extra Fans: ot) dozen Coat's Spool
broad: Shell and India KubW, Tuck and Side
uinhs ; Fine and Coarse ami Pocket Combs ; Canas-and
lie I Padding ; Sewing Silk, Twist and Flax
11read; Apron Checks; Musquito Netting; Hats 11
nd Caps : Fine Calf (sewed) Boots and Shoes ; Chil- 1,1
ren's, Misses and Youth's Shoos: Straw and Silk
onnets; Bonnet and Neck llihhnus t Artificials and
'reaths: Silvered Hooks and J'yes: Fine Bazars,
azor Straps and Brushes; Fine Knives and Seis)rs:
Silver Thimbles; Gohl-ejcd Needles : Porte
lonaies : Extracts; Perfumes and Fancy Toilet ?
oaps; Imperial Tea; Scotch Snuff: Percussion Caps;
xtra Cigars and Tobacco ; Carpet Bags: Letter,
ud Note Paper, and Envelorvf-^fajirtte Glasses;
aiuted Buckets ; Lemons and \onmn tfyrup : with 'm
number of other articles not enumerated. If you l''j
ant good bargains and desirable Goods give me a
*'? " pu
JAMES ALLEN. .111. {,?
\orkville, S. C. April >, lXGo. Id tt. I^j
YORK SHERIFF'S SALES, %
Ni
> Y Virtue of Writs of l-'i.ri Forias, to me directed, n><
will he sold between the legal hours of Sheriffs
He. on the FIBST MONDAY in JUNK next, at
?rk Court House, the following property, viz:? w;
One triei of land whereon J. X. Melilwoe. Jr..
-i ies. levied on as his property, at the suit of Win. Wl
milder. (2)
By v!r:ue of an order from the C oirt ofCrdinary. 111;
ti e pa, lirion among the heir--at-law of .fames ?|?
. Wright deceased, will be sold on the tir-t Monty
i:i June next, one tract of hum. belonging to the ,| p
tatc of said deceased. eoutaitiiugabnut sixty awes. ilt
el boiii: led l>y !an is of John W:N?m. J. \j. I', rd. j;|
i'liani Ellis and ii. M. lb ark. ;lt
/" , :?\ ere.lit of ,.,:e an I tw iyear- with inter- \|,
t, tin-; nrcha-o.-,/iving boi.d witli g ! -ivmiiy, |v
id t lie rtg.igc of tie- pivnii-e~. !i ,j
Itin : .: land !? \' I? i >n a- lie .ty of J.
. II : is at tlie Mil: of V.'-S. I?? for otln
on.de! by hinds ot E. E. IIm:v. M. A. 1! .iris.
I:d? f the c? t it" !' H'lgh llari'r*. dee !. and
li s ("a k Hill'-, cunt-lining -ixtv-?evru a- _
. 'I ff.
(V - - arc vu : on i? the property <d .la?. 11
. Miiler. it : -lot of M .ore v 1' iaey. 1
S. C. Y? ?l'NCBditOD. m v. u. I
Yorkville. May 10. \ |
ATTENTIONHi
IOI.VTV Li.VI) ACii:\CV!!
u!itli-r-:_sriioil iV'-r tlu-ir services to nl! j- r>< ;!?
i to Ib-wnty Laid aider t!?f
(.'onjrre-s. li ?vii::r -1 >t:?tie- requisite form- Jn
i-l ruisjj-.rt 'i ti??" nece--ury a it mc-uunt-. they 1
iil I.- .-ilili- t.. ? ! itn- w:?h <l?--|i:itoh. aid I
:i very -mull i \| ci!?i'. iVr-oii- -li-iritisr to i-nn-!
t!n ir rl'iiin- t- n- wi!! c*a!i at tin- Ks\<i nun: |>j
Hire: ?'i\ i: ?! Ik inconvenient to \i-it t--wn. tin- i uin- in'
ira*. '"t'.-'l 1 v lettei r.jualiy a- well a.- Il);i
tlu-ir jK'i>-<iiai ..tin *
,\!i >!?? ! ami noii-ron,n.is-ion<d ofih-cr-.
a-ieia:is aid private-. v.hetliei 'tin- lvjltliar.-, voliti-'-r-.
r- "i* militia. v.!i. mve serveil I'm-a 1'"
?:I" i I.'titt.'f than I'Mift>lay- in any of the v. attin
I'uite-l State -inee tin-ear 17'.'li, an- ?-ntit!< !.
.* i'k- t-.-i in - i I' thi- Act. t-> uvtlu'a warrant l'"i* w''
i" Intt.-iivl aid sixty acre-, -r a warrant for such
laiitity "1 'laid a -liali luahe. wi li what May have
? !! hitherto nv? :\e>l. one hnidrfl nd sixty acres. we
iii- \<? a! <> ?*-*.I' 11 !- t-. ilie --i-ut i ?, <.r -ta
iiliitoi-r- wli-i serwd at the batth of Kitijr's Moim:it.
:t:i-1 t-i all |-er-ot:- wh i have been actual!v en- 1 ,
i i:i any battle in any >>;' the war- in which this
tintrv ha< been eliirajr-l. T
Where the service has been ivn iere>l by a substi- ^
ite !>.' i- the |.ei?.|| ?l.tit!e-l to t ie benefit r.f this
t. all-i hot hi-eiiii.lnyer. It; the 'Vent ofthe >!enth I
' any person who. it'livinjr. Won! 1 i?e etititle<l to a 9
Ttiticate <>r warrant a- nfi-iv-uhl. 1 .-avinir a wilow. an
it no wi low. a minor ehil'l or eh !*lrem such wi>l- | Si;
v. or, it" no wi l av. -tn-h mih-r ei.M >>r ehil livn. i- tat
ititle-l to a certificate >>r warra11. l">>r tin* -attic pal
laiitity o! ian-1 sneli -lecea-cl per- >ns w<ail>l l?- on- '
tlcl to receive nieler the j>ro\i>ie:is i>t' -ad act. it
v.* lii'iiio. ,\ -iib-e.jiient marriasr' will ii??t impair
rijr'ut i.t'any -noli wi-low to -uc warrant, it' she . 1,1
- a willow at the time of her a|>|>!.ration. Persons j
it! in tin- a-re i t tweiity-ono year- on tiie M<l 'lay of c'"
areli, Is.',.",, .,|V Jee.iie>l minor- with the intent ami ,
calling of -ai'l art.
Mil r L-Il .. -Ml.-1 -PiKV
April 1:> tf | am
SPRING- GOODS. ' ' '
wit
20.000 pairs or
BOOTS & SHOES!i
ron the < a'
5'PBMS TRADE,
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
At Prices which defy all Competition,
AN1> AS TO QUALITY AND STYLE, : ^
They cminot he surpassed in any similar establish- 1 pul
ent at the South. Our Stock, embracing so {treat ! km
variety of Pattern-, Styles ami Names of Gent's din
lilies. Hoys, Mi-ses. Youths. Children ami Infant's j cor
DOTS ami SHOES, that it would bo too tedious to 1
cntion them here. We would therefore, respectful- j
invite you to call and examine them for yourself. I "
0 have also a pood assortment ef '
sole a\d i pper leather, 1j
rench Calf Skins. Harness Leather, for Plantation
trposcs, Band Leather Copper llivets, Shoe-Lasts,
gs, Tacks and Shoe Tools of eveiy description.? aui
Iso, fine travelling Trunks, Carpet Bags, Valices, te'>
c., &c. The invitation is to nil. Come and see l)ai
cm, tit yourscit (pay lor tlieuij and taKc tiicm 1
ray from BOONE'S, -j10
Boot and Shoe Emporium. Gin
JCsaf Hides taken in exchange at Cash Prices.
Cliarlotte, N. C., March 20, 1S-35. 12tf wjj
pUl
iUN HERE, EVERYBODY !- -Messrs. | i
MILES JOHNSON & Co^ififorns the .public Sm.
at they are still carrying ori, avJtfir stiuiJ opposite ve^
e "Adickes Building," in YerkviKe, the mauufac- (
ry of SADDLES and HAR,NESft of every descrip- i
jn, quality and price: Spanish, Lady's, Kentucky, UIU
L'catur and Wagon SADDLES: and Carriage. Bug
r. Dray and Wagon HARNESS; Riding BRIDLES g
ul MART1NGALS, of ull kinds. They have also "
i hand an assortment of materials, Bridle-Bits;
ounting ; Upper, Sole and Harness Leather, &c.;
liich will be sold at low prices. They are now maug
Harnoss at such rates as tc make it the interest kin
Carriage Maker's to purchase from them. RE- ty (
AIRING done at short notice; and every article su?
Id cheap, and on time to approved customers. m0
Tlioy return their thanks to their friends and cus- der
mers for their past favors, and desire to merit and see
ceive a continuance of their patronage. con
MILES JOHNSON & CO.
Yorkville, Jan. 25, 1855. 8 Om
WAGON SHOR ver
HUE undersigned beir to inform the citizens of Gi*
L Yorkville and the survoundiDg country, that they | uot
ive opcnod a Shop in this place, a few doors North ;
the Male Academy, o.a the Lincoln Road, where j
ev arc prepared with GOOD LUMBER and expc- ;
meed workmen to give satisfaction to all who may C
vor them with orders in their line of business.?
tey undertake to make all kinds of Wagons and
?hicles, in the most workmanlike manner, and will A
ecutc orders for NEW WORK Ail kinds of RE- ^
YIRING at the shortest notice wd at prices to suit .ia
e times. They arc tb&nkfiiftbr.the patronage r
retofore given them, and solicit & continuance of
e same. W. B. FLOYD,
J. G. GULLICK. of<
Ap 19 15 3m "ec
lcri
j*OR SALE.?The subscriber offers for sale be
that part of the JAIL LOT on which the old Jail to <
inds, extending to Liberty street. Being a corner pie
1 on the public square, it is a g??d location for bu? tioi
less. It will be divided if desired.
W. A. LATTA.
June 13, 1854. 19 tf. J
FURNITURE WARE HOUSE,
CHKSTKR,S. C.
MESSRS. H. C. BRAWLEY & Co.,
FAYING ju>t received ami opened, at their store
a. on Depot-street, near Nicholson's Hotel, in
ic.-ter, a new stock ju-t ordered from the North,
- ? * A *- il - V..J.
-j; i?i ;uui??uiiLL* m inv j?v:??piw w? HUM
uester, that they arc now prepared to exhibit the
t assortment of
n\C FIRMTIRE,
be found out of Charleston. Tiicir goods at presit
consist ot' a large assortment of Chairs, of vnriis
kinds; Bureaus: Sofas; Secretaries and Bookises;
Extension, Dining, Card and Tea-Tables: Mu:
Stands; Wash Stands: if at Racks and Pins; Bodea<!s,
(?f every style and finish ; several setts of
Elegant Cottage Furniture,
the latest styles: and nil other articles usually
pt in a complete establishment. As their goods
o brought on in separate pieces and a large amount !
freight is thus saved, they are enabled to offer !
em to their customers at prices lower than can be ,
id elsewhere. They have engaged the services of !
Mr. James M. Parish,
lio is well known to the people of York and Chester j
-tricls as an experienced and finished workman,
id under his management they will engage to manaeturc
all articles in their line, according to order j
id in a style to suit their customers. They have
w on hand a lull assortment of Furniture of their '
.11 manufacture, which will also be sold
At the Lowest Prices.
Persons in want of a complete out-fit, or of any '
tide in the Cabinet line, are invited to give them a
11 before they purchase elsewhere.
II. C. BKAWLEY,
S. ALEXANDER.
Chester, Jan. IS, 1833. 2 Gm
PIANOS! PIANOS! PIANOS F
ESSKS. BENNETT, HINKIE & PEDEN,
>EtI to announce to the citizens of York and
F Chester, and the surrounding country, that they
ve formed a co-partnership for the purpose of supring
the public with
The Best Piano-Fortes,
rcliased at the most celebrated manufactories at
[ North, sum selected with great care by Mr. 1 h1N.
who is an experienced performer. Their stock
w consists of superior instruments from tne estahbincuts
of Stoddard; llallett and Cuinsto, and
winan Sons; and they have just ordered and will
?civo in a few days from the celebrated manufactoof
lloardman .N Gray, a lot of their
Popular Instruments
tli the bnl.CE CAMPANA ATTACHMENT. j
They will al-o keep on hand Pianos from other
11 known establishments, which are warranted to j
of the be.-t tone and finish, and made of the best t
Iterial. and will be soid with a liberal credit at the
nile?t possible advance on New ^oik prices.
Th?*v have e<: ,bli<hed Depots, in Vorkville, at the j
IWKLKY ST<?K!*: of Messrs. J. X. LEWIS \ CO.:
Clie-tci'viUe at the shop formerly occupied by Mr. j
INNETT as a Watch-making e.-tabli.-hment; and i
l'ascomville. Clie-ter District, at tiie store ??| '
ssr?. IIINKLE \ McCCI.LV. where they will -hort- j
In- prepared to ace miuodate all who are in want ;
lir-t-ratc iinn-nK
DENNETT. II INK I.E. .v PEDEN.
Voikvilli'. .1 all. Is. 2 tf
CHESTER
I & SHEET-IK8I WARE MANflfAETORY.
T11 i : SUltSCJUJiKUS
) ESPEe'TFL'LLV infirm their friend* that tiny
51 ar- well prepared to e.veute all orders in their i
e. WHOLESALE i?K ItETAIL.'on the >li?rte.-t noe
and in a workmanlike manner. Merchants wisli:
to be supplied with
Ware for the Trade,
n h ive their orders punciually attended to, with
e per cent. ?df for CASH, on all billsjjovcr Ten DolLoofing
and Guttering done with Dispatch.
We keep com tantlv a -apply of .1A PANNED and
.ANN1S1IED-WAKE, with many articles new and
till, which L ive never becu introduced into this
u k'-t before.
A large a--ortiiH-iit of STOVES, suituahle to all
rpo-e.-. Such a- PAUI.Ol!. OFFICE. and SHOP,
iicat |i;itf :ii-. CooKIXli STOVES for large or
all faniilic-. AO", extra large for Hotels, all ot
icli will InSold
at Charleston Prices.
Person* wi-hing anything in our lino will do
11 to call and examine tor themselves at the old
,nd. ojijm>;te the Jfowerton House." t'liester.
ELLIOTT \ UUMNSON.
Ian d 1 tf
JVERY AND SALE STABLE,
YOKKVII.I.l',, S. <
OVL X .M'C'OWLIiVi, respeetfully iiif..rin
J their friend- and the public generally that they
-till carrying on an cnten.-ivc Livery and Sale
d ie. in Y??rkvil!e. on t'hurch-sticet. a short disice
la-low HARRIS' HOTEL, where they are prccd
to tut ni.-h
Horses and Vehicles
the -horto-t notice. Their accommodations are
i-vriy re-poet a.* cxteii-ivo as can he found in any
ahli-liment of the kind in the State. Travellers
i he provided with a conveyance to any point, in
-. two m- four-horse Vehicles,
With Drivers that can be Trusted.
1'liey keep on hand a tine lot of HOUSES for sale,
I are ready at all times to atrike a trade with their
lids.
[?ii? Order- left at either of the Hotels will meet
h prompt attention.
S. LIT I AN LOVE,
A. F. McCONXELL.
forkvilie, S. C., Jan. IS. ISoo. 11 tf
The Chester Standard and the Tri-wcekly
olinian will copy three months, audseud accounts
this office.
MCAFEE'S HOTEL,
CHESTER, S.C.
1ISS ELLEX M .4FEE begs respectfully
8 to announce to her friends and the travelling
die that she has now sole charge of this wclliwn
HOTEL IN CHESTER; and under her imniete
superintendence it continues open for the acamodation
of
Boarders and Travellers.
The reputation which the House now enjoys rcn
a 11 uuut'ioNii y uiiii Mir Miuui'.i lUUKUHllU speciili
imises us to its future management. With a full
nplement of
Well-Trained Servants,
I all the appointments requisite to a first-rate IIoshe
is sure that uo'hing will he wanting on her
t to ensure the comfort of her guests. Thankful
lier friends for their patronage heretofore afforded, (
t solicits a call from them whenever they may visit
ester.
Mr. John McAfee,
1 continue, as heretofore, to give his attention on
>lic occasions.
jgjy3* Passengers by the Railroads will find Mr.
itu's OMNIBUS at the Depot, ready for their conrance.
Chester, Jan. 18, 1855. 2 tf
The Tri-wcekly Carolinian will copy 4 times
1 forward the account to this office.
Chester Carriage Factory.
HIE undersigned is now prepared to manufacture,
at his New Establishment, in Chesterville, all
ds of CARRIAGES, adapted to our rough and hil:ountry,
and of the best Materials. He would
;gcst, as almost every man in the up-country is j
re or less a judge of timber, before you buy or or
a Carriage, no matter where, look around and
what sort of Lumber the builder has and in what 1
idition it is kept. The Carriage-Maker may Lit, '
ast, or Bluster as much as he pleases, but the
and Secret of carriagc-niakiug lies in the Lumbere.
fo buy a cheap Negro, Ilorse or Carriage, is to 1
ifv the old adage : Penny wise and Pound foolish.
'c mc a fair price for my work, and then if it is
made right, hold me responsible. >
If it were not for Taint, Tutty and Glue,
What would we poor Carriage-Makers do?
C. F. IIOLST.
Chester, Jan. 18, 1855. 2 tf
MERICA1V HOTEL, COLUMBIA, S. C.
. Tho proprietors would respectfully inform the
veiling public that this well known establishment
low in complete order for the reception of visitors,
location is one of the most pleasant and advantaus
in Columbia, being immediately on the edge
lie most business part of the town. Everything
essary for the comfort and convenience of travel5
have been carefully provided, r.nd no labor will
considered too great by the Proprietors, in order
jnsure to those who will favor them with a call, a
asant and desirable home of rest and accommodai.
SARAH FLEMING,
J. T. FLEMING.
ran. 5. 1 tf i,
justness Notices.
DR.ALFRED CRAVEN,
iifsii)?iit burgeon dentist,
YORKVILLE, S. C.
Jjgtf*' On the East side of the iin Street, South of
the "Palmetto J" jt<. *^s$8
Jan G 1 tf
? |
J. C. CHAMBERS,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity,
YORKVILLE, S. C.
j OFFICE IN THE COURTHOUSE. "^ji8
j Oct. 26, 1858. 40 tf
I I
PAUL T. VILLEPIGUE,
' Factor and Commission and Forwarding Merchant, '
ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
CHAltLKSTOX, S. C.
I Jan 0 1 1 y
(
EDWARD MOORE,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity, :
YORKVILLK, S. C.
Office fronting the Court House, in the Jail Building.
?in practice m tiic Districts of York. Lancaster, j
('Lester, Union ami Fairfield.
Jan 25 3 ly \
W. B. WILSON, J
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity, l
YORKVILLE, S. C.
office ix the court house, froxtixo the
clerk's office.
Marcli 20 12 ly
JOHN L. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
yorkvii.lk, s. c.
Office in the Court-House.
Will practice in the Courts of York, Chester
and Lancaster.
Jan 18 2 tf
1
WILLIAM C. OWEN,
FASHiOWfiLE TAILOR, ?
Liberty-Street, 2 Doors East of the''Adickes Building. n
YOKKVILLE, S. C. *
J5&Y" Orders promptly attended to. *^0 *
Jan 25 3 ly P
SADLEB'S?eW HOTCir "
corner of P
TRADE AND TRYON STREETS.
CHARLOTTE. N. C.
March 29 12 tf
SOOT awd"shoe?MAS<ER, .
YOJtVlLLE, S. C. J
Shop, in the rear of the Court-House, si
l'ch 15 C ly T
PRITCHARD & CALDWELL,
' w
wholesale am) retail dealers in
pus ins nmuis m\:
?J UAJUWU, ~
Paints, Oils, &c.,
YO 3. (iRA.MTE ROW, J
OPPOSITE SADLER'S HOTEL. k
CHARLOTTE. X. C'.
March 29 12 ly tl
P. J. LOWRIK. J. H. ENNISS. f(
LOWRIE & EXHSS, J
DEALERS IN C
i'oolis, ?t;ttionmr, iUnsic, f.
WALL-PAPER, &C., 0
CHARLOTTE, .V. C.
March 29 12 ly
I(
S. W. DAVIS, o
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, fi
Office 5 Doors South of Sadler's Hotel, 0
CHARLOTTE, X C. a
All Collections or other business committed to his n:
care in the Counties of Mecklenburg, Lincoln. Row- o1
an. Cabarrus or Union, will bcattcuded towithpleasure,
and disposed of as directed.
March 28 12 ly
: $
JOHN HARTY,
TOASH MANUFACTURER, ,
Colloge Street, immediately in rear of Sadler's Hotel,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.,
ficiy" Keep- constantly on hand a splendid assortment
of Carriages, Buggies \e.. of the latest styles.
Orders l'rom a di.-tancc will receive prompt {
attention.-fSy J
March 2'J 12 ly ol
J. N. LEWIS & CO. ti
DEALERS IN 1
Fine hold and Silver Watches, I
CLOCKS of various patterns, JEWELRY of the 0
latest styles, Silver and Haited Ware. Musical
Instruments. Military and Fancy Goods,
Guns, Pistols, \c., at their Store, b
YORKVII,LE. S. C. J
Watches, Clock- and Jewelry repaired by competent
Workmen.
Jan 23 3 ly p
CHESTER DRUG STORE. *
REEDY & WYLIE, a
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS, d
CHESTER C. H., S. C. A
And general Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, d
Paints, Oils, Dyes tuffs, Varnishes, Brushes, g
t>?..< ........... f <
.....v, tviiuimij, iuuoy ivrncies, ?XC. II
All Goods Warranted as represented.
The articles ordered from us will be delivered at the !]
Depot, free of expense.
Jan 18 2 6m
WM. S. LAWTON & CO.
TllOi!. ALEXANDER, I WM. S. LAWTON, 0
Formerly ot \ ork Dist. S. C. | Formerly of Lawtonville.
Factors, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, ~
SOUTH-ATI.ANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Our Senior partner has been doing the Commission j
Business for twenty years, and we hope by experience
to be able to give satisfaction.
REFEREXCES: n,
Gov. C. J. McDonald, Judge Stocks, Rev. W. J. liar- \\
ley, Sparta, Ga.; Col. K. J. Willingham, Maj.
S. J. Bailey, Barnwell, S. C.; Hon. J. D. Al- q
len, Gen. L. M. Ayer, Barnwell Dist.,
S. C.; T. Willingham, Esq., Lawtonville,
S. C.:
Hon. J. P- Johnson, Dr. B. B. Sams, M. B. Sams,
Esq., Beaufort, S. C.; E. G. Jaudon, Esq., Flor- ai
ida ; Coi. M. Thomson, Washington, D. C. el
Jan 18 2 ly tc
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THE FIRST PREMIUM of
FOR PIANO FORTES.
TIIE largest and best assortment of ?
PIANOS over offered in Columbia, is to
3 ? 3 u be found now at the MUSIC STORE of
WM. RAMSAY, 178 Richardson-street.
Every PIANO has the latest and best improvements,
are of the latest style, and guaranteed superior in D
tone and finish?and are sold at prices to suit the times.
Parties wishing five, ten, fifteen or more, can have
them at a liberal discount.
Jan. 6 1 tf
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) FECTIONARY.?Tho Subscriber has on hand *
all kinds of CAKES, CONFECTIONARIES, TOYS, fo
Fancy Articles, and a splendid assortment of West ^
India Fruit. Weddings and Parties supplied V
at short notice. All work warranted. ca
JOSEPH MEAD.
Charlotte, N. C., March 1855. 12tf
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Medical i?otice.?Dr. thomasson
has removed his office to a rear room Jin Walker's
brick builing, entrance through the lane. He
takes this apportunity of returning his thanks for the ?*
liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon him, and
hopes to merit a continuance of the same, by close m
application to the duties of hia.profession and prompt
attention to all cases entrusted to his care. ?
March 29. 12 2m
/4 AAA LBS' WHITE LEAD, WitherrMJvJU
ell's Pure; Flax Seed Oil, and all col- ors
and VARNISHES used in painting. Just recei- 4
ved and offered at a very short profit for Cash, and \
Cash only. Wo have adopted the Cash system in e<
reference to Paints and Colors, that we may furnish V
our customers at the lowest possible prices. p
BARNETT & WITHERS. n
April 6 18 tf
BKOFTO & LEMM,
IMPORTERS OF
French, British and German
DRY GOODS,
209 and 211 Kinrj, Corner of Market-street.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
KEEP constantly on hand, and offer to their friends
and the public generally, the largest assortment
of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods in the Southern
States. Their Stock is constantly supplied with a
full assortment of
RICII DRESS GOODS >
of all the newest varieties of style and Fabric, in
Silks, Tissues, Bareges, Grenadines, Muslins, &c.?
Bombazines, Alpacas, and Mourning Goods. of all
kinds.
EMBROIDERIES and LACE GOODS, of every
Jescription.
EVENING DRESS GOODS, of every variety.
Gentlemen's and Boys' Wear.
CLOTHS, Cassimers, Vestings, Linen Drills and
boatings, of best French Goods.
Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans, &c.
FOR FAMILY USE.
Rose, Whitney and Bath Blankets.
Red and White FLANNELS.
English and American Cotton Flannels.
French, English and American PRINTS and Cam>rics.
Linens, of Richardson's celebrated make, for
Sheetings, Shirtings, Pillow Cases, Table Damask,
Joylics, Napkins, Towellings, B. E. and Huckaback
)inpers, Fruit Cloths, Apron Linens, kc.
CARPETINGS,
Ingrain, Ply, Brussels, Tapestry and VELVET.
British and American Floor Oil Cloths.
Wilton, Velvet and Axminster RUGS.
White and colored Mattings of all widths.
Stair Rods and STAIIl CARPETINGS of all kinds.
CURTAIN MATERIALS*
Of every variety iu Silks, Satin and Worsted.
Curtain Cambrics and Muslins.
Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains.
Gilt Cornices, Curtain Gimps, Holders, Loops,
'assels, Drapery Cords, Bell Ropes, &c.
PLANTATION GOODS.
Blankets, Plains, Kerseys, Caps, &c.
Cotton OSNABERGS, all of the best Southern
take.
All the above, with every other line of Dry Goods
rhich can be demanded, are of our own Direct Imortation,
and arc offered at the lowest Market Pries
for cash or City acceptances. The one price sys
Jin is strictly adherred to.
All Goods arc warranted, and orders filled with
romptness and the most careful attention.
BROWNING & LEMAN.
March 29 12 ly
PROSPECTUS OF
"IHHTiBl (BASKETF.
[T is proposed to publish in the town of Shelby, a
weekly paper beating the above title, provided a
ifficient number of subscribers can be obtained.?
here is a large portion of Western North Carolina
here the want of such a paper as the Casket is dcgnod
to be has long been felt; and in view of this
ant we have been induced to undertake the enterrizo.
Her people want a good and cheap paper, in
hich they can find amusement, and in which they
an find a good selection of the latest news of the
ay. If this want can be supplied?if this vacuum,
rhich the lack of such a paper leaves around many
fireside, can be filled by the publication of the Casct
our object will be accomplished.
It will be needless to say mtich here in behalf of
he Casket, as we expect it to stand on its own merts;
but we will merely remark that in the selections
or its columns, the tastes of all classes of our comiunity
will be consulted. However, it will be more
articularly devoted to Litevature, Education aud
leneral News. The Literary department will bo
nriched by the pens of several able correspondents,
ogethcr with choice selections from the best sources
ur country affords. In regard to politics, and all
uch matters, the Casket will be perfectly independnt,
but not neutral.
And now, without making further promises, wo
?ave our little enterprize in the hands of the people
f Cleveland, and the surrounding counties, andcondently
appeal to them for a generous support.
The Casket will be of medium size, and printed
n new and clear type, at the low price of $1.00 per
nnum in advance; $1.25 if not paid within three
lonths ; and $1.50 if not paid before the expiration
f six months. M. L. FOltD,
Editor and Proprietor.
may o 1/ ii
AVE TIME! SAVE MONEY ! ! SAVE
TROUBLE!! !
lead this Advertiscnt, One and All.
TO MERCHANTS,
suraas Am ossm,
[VAVING become permanently located in Char[1
leston, 1 am prepared to do anything in the line
f a general Agency and Commission business entrustd
to me. 1 intend giving the greater portion of my
me to the filling of Country orders for Groceries,
Provisions, Dry Goods, Hardware, Clothing, Boots
hoes, Drugs, Paints, Oils, Fruit, Liquors, Books,
'tatioiury, Lancy Goods, or any thing else that can be
btuined either in this or Northern Markets, and
iirough the arrangements that I have made with the
ading Houses dealing in the above articles I shall
e able to make purchases on better terms than the
Ierchants or Planters themselves could; thereby not
nly saving them the difference in the price of the
rticle but also the necessary exorbitant expense of time
nd trouble attending a visit to this City. I will also
ersonally attend to the selecting, Packing, Marking
nd Shiptnent of goods so as to avoid all mistakes and
amages which generally arise from want of a littlfe
tteution.
In addition to the above I will also attend to the
isposal of any produce that may be shipped to me.ny
persons desirous of making Shipments of prouce
of any kind had better write to me and I will
ive them every information as regards the Markets,
lanner of Packing and how to ship them. From my
>ng experience in a general mercantile business I
link I can give perfect satisfaction to all and suit
le most fastidious taste in my selections. Give me
trial is all I ask. For my services I shall require
moderate commission not exceeding ten per cent ac*
ording to the nature of the business.
DAVID M. GAZLEY.
ffice, up-stairs 225 King St., Charleston S. C.
r D 19. 0 II
E. A. YONGUE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
[1EGS leave to inform his friends and the public,
5 that he is now receiving large additions to his
Stock of Jewelry, Ac.
In addition to his former stock, he lias received a
ew and eytensive assortment of GOLD and SILVER
PATCHES, Mantel CLOCKS of every variety;
MILITARY AND FARCY GOODS,
uns, Rifles, Sportsman's Apparatus, Fine Pocket
id Table Cutlery. His assortment of Fancy Goods
ill be found to comprise a large number of new and
Elegant Articles,
id it is his design not to be surpassed in the taste and
egance of his selections, and his prices will be found
i bo as moderate as at any other establishment in the
auth.
Thankful for past favors, he solicits a continuance
' the patronage of his former friends and customers.
Jan 6 1 tf
BOOTS A\D SHOES TOR CASH.
W. S. WOOD.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
MOTS, SHOES AND BROQANS.
No. 186 Richardson-streot, first door below the
Market, at the corner formerly occupied
by G. M. Thomson & Co.
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
IAS now in store a large and well-selected assortment
of all descriptions of goods usually to bo
and in a Sline St/?r? /?n?o5o*5?.? ??_ t?
vi negro a reg iou
ailed BROGANS, STITCHD0WN8, HOUSE SERANT
SHOES, all classes, which are offered by the
ise, dozen or single pair, at the lowest figures, Cash,
also,
Ladies' fine Black and Colored GAITERS. Ladies'
id and Morocco Walking SHOES and SLIPPERS,
om the House of J. Miles & Son, Philadelphia.
al80,
Gents' Fine Calf, Dress, Pump and Stitched BOOTS,
' his own manufacture, which are offered as above.
N. B. The NANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT is
rider the superintendence of an experienced workman,
and all work entrusted to his care warranted to
ive satisfaction.
W. S. WOOD, 186 Richardson-st.,
First door below the Market
Jan. 6 1 tf
riOlTNTRY PRODUCE.?The undesigned .
iJ take this method to inform those that are indebt1
to them for GROCERIES, Ac., that they will take
THEAT, CORN and all other country produce, in
ayment of debts due them?allowing the highest
larket prices. T. 8. PAGAN & CO.
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