sympathies, determine to think and act fo r
yoursd ves_. Kncno no party—esteem your
rights and equality in the Union, aborc the
petty shackles of party demagogues , who at
tempt to lead you like herd, from position to
position, alike absurd and conflicting.
Re it therefore Resolved, “ That political
equality is indispensable to our position in the
Union. Its obtainment should he the great lead
ing principle of enr political action, and every
patriotic Georgian, under whatsoever party ban
ner he may have been heretofore ranged, should
rally to the standard of a great and united South
ern Rights Party, whose motto should be Equal,
jty of Rights under our Constitutional bond of
Union, and determined resistance to all who
Resolved, That ns inequality has been clearly
manifested on the part of the North, against the
rights of the South, in appropriating the whole
of the late acquired Territories to her sole use,
thereby increasing to a fearful extent, political
power and action, that for the future protection
of our rights, we adopt the following positions :
1. That we discard the idea of Disunion and
Secession, as long as the most distant hope re
mains that political equality, in the future action
of the Federal Government of the Union will
be secured to the South.
2. That the principles of the great Southern
Rights Party, be pledged to oternal and uncom
promising hostility to all men and all parties
North or South, who are not above suspicion
and openly in favor of the constitutional rights
of the South.
3. That Congress pass a Resolution affirming
the supremacy of the Constitution over the as
sumed Mexican law, held by some to be of force
in these Territories—and '.hat we shall have un.
equivocal guaranties that all future agitation and
aggressions upon our rights shall cease.
4. That we believe the interests of Slavery
and Cotton are identical, and must share the
"same fate, hence the necessity of the co-opera
jinn of the Cotton States, at least in any measure
5. That we approve of the State Convention,
and invoke the co-operation of all the Slave
States, and especially the cotton States, in these
propositions; and invite them to elect delegates t D
a Southern Congress, to assemble at Mil ledge ville
4th of July, 1852, to consider the wrongs, the
position, the safety of the South, and to take such
action, (in the event that the above demands are
not acceded to by the North) as our safetry, inte
rest and honor demand.
Col. John Rillupsjof Athens, who was present
by special invitation,was called for,and although
suffering physical debility, he gave us a speech
with his usual ability.
He was follow ed by J. H. Lumpkin, jr., Esq.
in opposition, who was in the few opening sen
tences of his address very pathetic, and desired
that his head could be all tears, that he might
weep for the wrongs done the South, as he had
heard so often recounted—but he got in the
wake of Toombs, Stephens and Cobb before he
finished, as a matter ofcourse.
Gov. Gilmer was next called for, but declined
to make a speech.
I)r. J S. Simms was next called to the stand,
and gave us an eloquent address in favor op
Southern Rights, w hich he contended for peace
ably in the Union—disclaiming, most positive
ly, the party clap-trap of Union or Dis-Union.
He was followed by Dr. W. Willingham,
who endeavored to sustain the acts of Stephens
and Toombs and their followers, in and out of
Congress, as well as the acts of the Chief Magis.
tiate who sent T. B. King to California.
Joel A. Billups, E*q next took the stand and
utterly demolished the Doctor’s imposing struc.
tore—producing proof not to be discarded in
At the conclusion of the speaking, upon the
motion of Dr. J. W. Price, the Preamble and
resolutions were read for the purpose of adoption f
but pending which, the following resolutions
were offered by Geo. F Platt, Esq, as a substi
Ist. Resolrcd, That we, a portion of the peo
ple oftlie Southern States, will abide the action
of the last Congress upon the subject of slavery.
2d Resolved, That we shall consider the
legislation of any future Congress, upon the sub
ject of slavery, within the District of Columbia,
or any Territory now held, or hereafter acquir
ed either for or against, as a just cause of a dis
solution of this Union.
After they were read,upon motion, they were
unanimously laid on the table.
J 11. I ,umpkin. jr., then offered a couple of:
resolutions, which upon motion of (riles Young
Esq., were unanimously laid under the table.
The call was again made for the original
Resolutions, which wore read separately and ilis
tinctly.by J. A. Billups, Esq , ho paused be
tween each of them, and asked if there was a
single man to object to them I There was not
a single voice to utter a word.
Gov. Gilmer moved, for the purpose of send
ing our delegates to the Convention freefto act
as their judgments might dictate, and for pro_
ducing greater unanimity amongst ourselves, the
following resolution as a substitute for the com
mittee’s which was seconded by Dr. J. S. Sims,
and unanimously carried, viz;
“ Resnlrcd , That we are in favor of the Con
vention to he hoi den in M i I ledge ville, in Decem
ber next,and that our delegates from this county
go to the samo untrammeled.’
There was a largo majority present in favor of
passing the committee's preamble and resolutions
but to secure the object of union amongst our
selves,as division was submission accepted Gov.
O’* substitute, which being voted for by even
those who had spoken and acted in the meeting
in a contrary manner, secured so much to the
Southern Rights Party of Georgia, as to ac
knowledge the action of the last Legislature to
be right, and endorsing the Proclamation of Gov.
Towns in calling the Convention—repudi
»ting most clearly, Messrs. Stephens and Toombs
*" far as their opposition to those measures are
Upon motion, the meeting adjourned.
\V. W. DAVENPORT, Chaitman.
P. J. Robinson, ) „
JA. Bei t, \ cfcl » r ' e "'
Eexington, G i , Oct. 16, 1860.
M ACON, G A.
SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2.
(CpGentlemen of all parties, who do not think
the late Compromise Bills passed by Congress
just and honorable to the South, are invited to
meet in Macon, on WEDNESDAY Next.
Several distinguished gentlemen will deliver
addresses at that time.
(LpTlie Hon. John Mac’pherson Berrien
addressed a very large number of the citizens of
Macon,at the Court House last evening It
was one of his most eloquent efforts, and the
patriotic sentiments uttered by the speaker were
most enthusiastically received by the audience.
He will partake of a public dinner tendered him
by the citizens of Burke county, on Monday
O’ Messrs. Hughes and Knight, who left
here a few weeks since, in order to demand the
fugitive slaves of Dr. Collins and Mr. Taylor,
have been arrested and held to bail at Boston,
in the sum of SIO,OOO. Great excitement pre
vails at the North in relation to the execution of
the Fugitive Slave Bill, and bloodshed is ap
O’We invite an attentive perusal of the able
letter of Bishop Andrew —and also the proceed
ings of a public meeting in Oglethorpe county,
to be found in our columns to-day.
Grand Lodge of Georgia. —The Annual
Communication of this Grand Lodge convened
in this city on Tuesday last. On Thursday an
address was delivered by R. IV. A. G. Mackey,
Grand Secretary and Grand Lecturer of the G.
L. of South Carolina. The attendance was full
and the exercises throughout,highly satisfactory.
[HTAt the last session an act passed Congress
giving to Arkansas and to each of the othe r
States, the whole of the swamp and overflowed
lands, made unfit thereby for cultivation, which
remained unsold at the passage ofthe act.
Steam on the Pacific. —The American Con
sul at Valparaiso says that there is now, and has
been for the last ten years, in svecessful opera
tion, a line of English steamers plying between
Panama, in New Grenada, and Valparaiso, in
Chili, with a grant from the British Governmen (
of one hundred thousand dollars per annum, fo r
the purpose*of carrying the English mail ; which
together with the immense amount of travel, in
the last four years, renders it a most lucrative
monopoly. The charter, originally granted to
the company for ten years, has lately expired,
and the liberal Republics of Chili, Peru, Ecua.
dor and Bolivia, have peremptorily refused to
renew the monopoly, and have generously open
ed their ports to the competition of American
steamers. Between Valparaiso aud Panama
there are twenty-one different ports at which
the steamers stop, in performing their monthly
trips to and fro, for freight and passengers, Icav*
ing Panama the27th and Valparaiso on the 30th
of each month. The voyage is punctually per
formed in twenty four days.
Minnesota. —The young but gigantic territo
ry of the Northwest, is making a vigorous strug’
gle to bring herself into prominent political ex
istence, and to place conspicuously before the
public, with a view to its influence upon emigra
tion, the topographical character and agricultural
capabilities ofthe land lying upon the St. Croix
and St. Peters livers, and the Mississippi above
the falls of St. Anthony.
Gov. Ramsey, in the discharge of his duties as
Indian Agent in Minnesota, has made extended
journeys into different parts of the Territory, o*
all of which he gives a good account. On the
Mississippi, as far North ns Cass Lake, wiiich is
described as a very beautiful sheet of w ater, he
found excellent crops of winter wheat, at the
stations of the Missionaries and converted In
dians, with many kinds of vegetables, all grow
ing rapidly and producing well.
Several parties from St. Paul and other towns
in Mi nnesota, have made excursions far up the
St. Peters river the present summer, and found
good, safe navigation for a very comfortable
class of steamboats, much beautiful scenery, and
a country which they describe as made up of al
ternate sections of land densely and valuably
wooded, and of beautiful prarie bottoms, equal
jn fertility to those of the Miami's in Ohio.
There is valuable timber and rich farming
land on this stream, which time will bring into
use. The summers are represented as less va
riable there than in this latitude, and the winters
arc dry and agreeable, and consequently healthy.
The town of St. Paul, the capital of Minnesota,
has about fifteen hundred inhabitants.
Dr. P.F. Eve, of Augusta, Ga , has accepted
t he Chair of Surgery, in the Louisville (Ky.)
During tile last hve years, 8522 new buildings
have been erected in the city of New York.
<r rand f*frro?“ Sort* of or.
The annexed Resolutions were unanimously
passed at the late meeting of the Grand Division
held in this city.
Resolved, That the thanks of this Grand Divi
sion be, and are hereby tendered to the citizens
of Macon, for their kind hospitalities, extended
to members of this body during the present ses
Resolved, That the thanks of this Grand Divi
sion be, and are hereby tendered to the ladies
and gentlemen who kindly volunteered their
services, as a choir, on the occasion of the late
Resolved, That the thanks of this Grand Divi
sion he, anti are hereby tendered to the I rustees
ofthe Presbyterian Church, for the use of their
building, for the delivery of the Annual Address
before this body.
Resolved, That the thanks of this Grand Dtvi.
sion be, and are hereby tendered to the Officers
and Members of Macon Lodge, No. 5, for the
use of their New Hall, for the meetings of thi*
Resolved, That the above Resolutions be pub
lished in the city papera.
\V. 8 WILLIFORD, Grand Sec’ry
nov 2 43—-It
Southern Rights rnndiiinles:
ELECTION ON 25th NOVEMBER, 1850.
THOMAS A. BROWN,
ROBERT A. SMITH.
JOHN M. BERRIEN,
JAMES P. SCREVEN,
It. T. GIBSON,
C. P. RICHARDSONE.
Dr. B. 11. C. BONNAR,
THOMAS G. DUNLAP,
J. W. B.SUMMERS,
NA TH A NIE L NIC HO L SON.
ISAAC S. VINCENT,
_ JOHN 11. LOWE. *
JOHN DIJNWODY, Sr.,
J. N. HEGGIE,
JOHN S. ANDERSON,
JOHN F. ARNOLD.
GEORGE A. B. DOZIER,
THOMAS A. WILLIAMS,
THOMAS L. BATTLE,
WM. C. REDDING.
Hon. ALFRED IVERSON,
Maj. JOHN H. HOWARD,
martin j. crawford,
WILLIAM Y. BARDEN.
Dr. J. W.-STOKES,
Dr. W. E. WIMBERLY,
BENJAMIN B. SMITH,
Dr. HENRY S. WIM BERLY.
JAMES L. SEWARD,
E. R. YOUNG.
MACON MARKET, NOV. 2.
COT’JON —Our market is firm and brisk,
and prices are without change. VVe quote 11|
a 13 cents—principal sales at 12 a 12J cents. —
The receipts are to a fair extent.
The Regular Services of the Lord’s Day in
the Baptist Church of this city, will com
mence at half past 10 o’clock in the Morning,
and at 7 o'clock in the Evening.
O’Pews always free at JYight, and V isi ter 8
are at all times cordially invjted to occupy any
seat in the House.
SYLVANUS LANDRUM, Pastor.
N. B. The PEWS in the Baptish Church will
he rented on the first SATURDAY, (2d day) in
November next. Persons wishing Pews will
please call at the Church on that day, between
the hours of9 o’clock, A. M.and 1 o’clock,P.M.
where they will find Persons ready to accommo
date their.. Afier that day, application may be
made, at any time, to either of the undersigned
J H. ELLIS,
J. A. VIRGIN,
TIIOS. M ELLIS.
net 10 41 —3t
BY leave ofthe Honorable the Inferior Court
of Bibb County, when silting as a Court of
Ordinary, will be sold before the Court House
door in Macon, Bibb county, within the legal
hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in January
next. Four Acres and Three Chains of wild
LAND, situate at Vineville, with S.T. Bailey’s
Land on the South, Mr Frcemnn’s on the West,
Mr. M. M. Mason’s and the Academy on the
North, and Mr. Benson’s on the East for boun
daries. Sold as the property of Mortimer 11. G.
Nixon and Calvin W. Nixon, and for their
benefit. JOHN D. WINN, Guardian,
nov 2 39
LOOK AT THIS.
CN W. PARKER, Dnguerrean Artist, res
/ • pectfully informs the public that le will
remain in Macon during the ensuing Winter and
lias taken a Room over Mr. W. M Roberts’
Store, in the Triangular Block, fronting on Cot
Thankful for the liberal share of patronage
heretofore extended to him, he respectfully soli,
citscalla from his former patrons and the public
ffjTlis Prices vary from $1 50 to $5 00, ac
cording to size and quality.
nov 2 43—ts
Fresli Oysters and Fish,
OF the finest kind, may be had every day
fiom Savannah, at VV. FREEMAN’S,
BRANDY AND SEGARS—A fine article
of Old Cognac Brandy, in bottles or by the
gallon—Also a choice article of Segars, at
sept 7 * MOULTON’S.
rp WO OR THREE JOURNEYMEN CABI
X NET-MAKERS. None except good work
men, and such as arc willing to make themselves
useful, need apply.
WOOD A BRADLEY,
oct 20 47—ts
WHITE Wine and Pure Cider Vinegar of
very superior quality, just received and
for sale by GEO. T. ROGERS,
june 1 21.
New YorkSteain Refined Candies
A STILL Larger assortment of CANDIES
just received and for sale as low as any
Candies in Town, nt FREE MAN 8.
Pensions and Bounty Land.
/“OBTAINED for the Officers and Soldiers of j
the Revolutionary War, or their legal Rep- i
rvm* 1? ' 0I1S r or 6ie Widows of such
Omcnrsand Soldiers who married previous to
Bojnty Land for the surviving, or the widows,
or minor children of deceased Officers and Pri
vates, who served in the War of 1812 with Great
Britain, the Mexican War, or in any of the Indian
Wars since 1790.
Attention ps:d to su-pended and rejected
Terris moderate where the claim is established
otherwise no charge.
Communications addressed to the subscriber,
Washington, D. C., or to W. S. LAWTON &
CO., Macon, Ga., post paid, will receive prompt
attention. M. THOMPSON,
Cos mmissioner of Deeds, (
For North and South Carolina.
O’Refers to the Heads of Departments, and
to Members of Congress generallv. Also to
W M S. LAW ION A CO., Macon, Ga., who
have all the Forms necessary for obtaining
Claims on the Government.
Washington City, D. C., Oct. 22, 1850.
oct 26 42—2 in
Silks, Cashmeres, DeLaiucs, Ac.
LOG./.V .V .I TH /.V.\ f>.V,
HAVE Received for the Full Trade, a
beautiful assortment of SILKS, CASH
MERES, DeLALVES, POPLINS, Ac., to
which they invite the attention of their country
and city friends- The following comprise a part :
Real French Pi inted Cashmeres and DeLaines
Plain Black Gro de Rhine and Turc Satin Dress
Plain and figured Chameleon SILKS
Rich Brocade do do
Satin du Chine do do
White and colored French SATINS
Rich colored POPLINS
Plain White and Embroidered Crape SHAWLS
Rich Cashmere Shawls
Real Welch FLANNELS
10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Silk bound Bath and
Bales of Heavy Mackinaw ; da. for Servants
4-4 new style Printed French CAMBRICS
500 pieces new and hahdsotne CALICOES,
from 64 to 12. J cents per yard
Cases and Bales Brown Shirtings, Long Cloths
Black and colored Broadcloths and Cassimcres
Finest 8-4 and 10-4 Table Damask
Damask Napkins and Doylies
Ladies’ and Gentlemens’ Lambs' Wool and
Merino under Vests.
Together with a full assortment of best made
English and French Bombasins, Black Alpacca,
Mourning and Plain Black Mouslin de Laines,
English and French Crapes, Lace Veils, Hand
Macon, Oct. 26, 1850.
GODFREY A SOLOMONS,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MRRCHANTS
rplIE undersigned have entered into a co-
J- partnership under the name of GODFREY
A SOLOMONS, for the transaction of u
General Commission and Factorage Business,
and tender their services to their friends and
[EyTliey will also make liberal advances on
Produce consigned to them for sale.
J. E. GODFREY,
E. W. SOLOMONS,
oct 26 42—ts
BASIL A. WISE,
TIN MANUFACTURER, Cherry St., Macon.
Respectfully informs the public, that
lie is prepared to execute all orders in the
above lino with despatch and upon favorable
terms. He constantly keeps on hand an exten
sive assortment of TIN WARE, which pur
chasers are invited to call and examine.
He has just received a lot of STOVES of
the most fashionable patterns—Also Stove Trim
tilings and Hollow Ware, Ac.
(Ur ROOFING, and all kinds of JOB WORK,
done at the shortest notice.
oct 26 33
I£ E ,11 <> V A L.
NE A NI6BET Would most respectfully
inform their friends and customers, that
they have moved their stock of DRUGS and
MEDICINE!® to the corner of the new Brick
Building opposite the Washington Hall, where
they will be happy to see all their old customers
and others that may favor them with acail ; and
where they will keep a gent rat stock of fresh
DRUGS and MEDICINES, LEECHES,
PERFUMERY, Ac., and put up Prescriptions
with care and neatness, and always give
oct 19 40
Bibb County Academy.
MALE DEPARTMENT—The Exercises in
this institution, will he resumed on MON
DAY, the 2d day of September, at 8 o’clock
A M. P. A. STROBEL, Rector,
aug 24 4t.
IT! HE copartnership heretofore existing bo
X tween the undersigned, is dissolved by mu
tual consent—to take effect m the Ist day of Sep
tember next. Z. T. CONNER,
A. W. MARTIN.
Macon, August 24, 1850.
rpHE WARE HOUSE and COMMISSION
X BUSINESS will be continued in the name
and style of C O N N E R A TAYLOR,
at the old stand—where they will be ready to
exert themselves to serve all patrons and friends.
Z. T. CONNER,
W. VV. TAYLOR.
Macon, Aug. 24, 1850. 33—6 m
HALL & “BRANTLEY,
TTAVK iiint r«c«ived a well selected assort"
XX ment’ofD/i V GOODS and GROCERIES,
which embraces almost every article in their
line of business. These Goods make their sto,:k
extensive, which has been selected recently by
one of the firm, and they are determined to sell
their Goods upon reasonable terms, and at the
lowest prices. Whilst they are thankful for past
favors, they respectfully invite their friends and
the public "to call at their Store on Cherry Street,
and examine their Goods and prices, before pur
march 23 11
FIRKINS PRIME BUTTER, of thn
£i\} well known quality received every Fall
fresh from some, ofthe best dairies at the North
Just received by W. FREEMAN.
doc 8 *
Dried FHUiT-At aii ti tries, fit
junel MOULTON’S, Agent.
PICKLED CODFISH—A nico article, just
received and for sale by
june 22 W. FREEMAN.
MAY BUTTER—Fresh supply of new May
Butter, just received and for sale by
june 1 TUPS. J. MOULTON, Agent.
MACKEREL— 10 half and 10 qr bbls. No
-1 Mackerel, just received and for sale by
june 22 W FREEMAN.
!»I I L L I NE It V .
MRS. DAMOUR informs the Ladies
H£9E* of Macon and vicinity, that her Stock in
the above line is complete for Fall
Fashion, with the most desirable Goods. As
these Goods have been mostly purchased in Paris
for this place, they will be sold cheaper than
ordinary. Ladies would do well to take a good
look at them and compare them with oi her Goods
before purchasing clsewhare. The Stock o!
SILK and STRAW BONNETS, RIBBONS,
FLOWERS, FEATHERS, EMBROIDERIES,
MANTU.LES and DRESS SILK,is worth any
one's trouble to examine thoroughly.
oct 12 49
A Bargain in Land and Mills.
■’Consisting of a fine body ofLand of
pFiee Hundred and Fifty Acres .
with an excellent Saw and Grist Mill
thereon, within three miles of Atlanta;
Four Hundred Acres in the woods and abound-j
ing with superb timber. This Property will be
sold low if applied for before the first of January,
and terms made easy. For information apply to
REES 11. LINN, Atlanta,
sept 14 36
ji i a The Proprietors are pleased to an
(*s*?* nounce to their old Friendsartd the Pub- 1
JSM.Iic generally, that this NEW HOTEL
is now open for the reception of company.
Having had it erected and fitted up at great
expeuse, on the most liberal, elegantnnd exten
sive scale, they confidently expect a generous
patronage. ST. LANIER A SON.
june 8 22—ts
• MACON, GA.
ME. S. ROGERS respectfully informs
the public that he has now the sole
charge of this old established and well
known HOTEL, which has recently undergone
thorough repair, and that he will spare no pains
for the accommodation of those who may give
him a call. Every department of the Hall will
be under his personal supervision, and every ex
ertion will ho made to keep up the Establishment
to the extreme point of neatness, comfort and
good cheer. E. S. ROGERS,
june 1 21—ts
t » The subscribers take this method of
likjff informing the Travelling Public, that
im. itheir House is now ready for the recep
tion of all who may favor them with their patron
age. Their House has now more than forty
Rooms, large and conveniently arranged, and
They are also prepared nt their Livery Stables,
with good Riding Horses, Buggies and Carriages,
so that those who wish pleasure, and these on
business, can be accommodated at a moment’s
Thankful for past patronage, they hope to
merit and share a good portion of that which is
yet to come ; ami particular attention shall bn
given to see that “none go away dissatisfied.”
JOHN F. ARNOLD, ) n
GEORGE 8. OGLESBY, J Pro P nctors -
Marietta, Ga., May 25, 1850. 20—ly*
HR. CARY COY,
• i Informs the Public that he is prepared
JswSf* for the reception of persons suffering
Ji'-j Ji. will; chronic diseases, at his Water Cure
or Electro Hydropathic Establishment, near
Marietta, Cobb county, Ga- Ilis Baths ute sit
uated near the principal Buildings. The scene
in the immediate vicinity is picturesque, being
near Kenncsaw Mountain. The scenery, pure
water, the great elevation above the level of the
ocean, (being 450 feetabovc even the Tennessee
line on the Western and Atlantic Railroad,) the
convenience of access by Railroad, the refined
and intellectual society, and pure atmosphere,
have all most admirably conspired to fender the
location suitable for an establishment of the
The Proprietor deems it needless to say any
thing relative to the curative powers of either
Water or Electricity, as the general inass of the
people in this country liavo attained a know ledge
of their great value ill removing disease. He
flatters himself that lie is ablo w ith pure Water
and Electricity, to remove any character or des
cription of disease that could, under other treat
ment or circumstances, possibly be removed—
together with a numerous host, that all other
remedies must necessarily fail to remove.
The expenses per day, for a Patient nt his
Establishment, will be for Board, use of Electric
Shocks and Baths, with Water Baths, Medical
advice and attention, with ordinary attention of
Servants,sl 50: which includes all necessary
expenses,except washing an outfit for the sweat
ing process, bandaging, Ac.—payable weekly in
For further particulars,post paid communica
tions will meet with prompt attention if address
ed to Dr CARY COX, Marietta, Cobh co., Ga
july 20 28—ts
IOGAN A ATKINSON have just received
J and are now opening at their New Store,
corner of Second and Cherry Streets, a langcnml
choice 'tork of seasonable Foreign and Anieri
can DRY GOO I) 8 .
They invite their friends and the public to
come and examine the Goods, confident that
nothing to equal in stylo their pesent stock has
ever before been offered in Macon.
Purchasers are invited to call and examine for
Butter and Cheese.
8 KEGS Goshen Butter; 50 boxes Goshen
') Cheese, of superior quality, just received
and for sale by GEO. T. ROGERS,
Baron Sides and Hums.
on DS. Prime Bacon Sides, 3000 Haiti
more and Cincinnati Hams, just received
and for sale cheap, by
oct 19 GEO. T ROGERS.
Canal and Baltimore Flour.
]1 / A BBEB. Extra Superfine FLOUR
Ilf 25 bbls. Extra Family Flour, very
choice, just received and for sale low by
oct 19 GEO. T. ROGERS.
Molasses and Syrup.
1 /"V HIIDS. Prime Cuba Molasses; 12 bbls.
XV* New Orleans Syrup, just received and
for sale low by 'GEO. T. ROGERS.
Mackerel and Herring.
BBLS. No. 3 Mackerel ; 20 Boxes New
£ ' " Herring, in fine order, just received and
for sale by GEO. T. ROGERS,
OARDINF.S, Tomato Catsup, Pepper Sauce
nnd Caper Sauce at MOULTON’S,
C'IANDLES, Ac.—Sperm and Adamantine
J Candles; Ohio Starch, and Irish Moss, at
sept 7 MOULTON’S.
I NDIGO and MADDER—At MOULTON’S
X sept 7
SOAP —Castile and Extra White Family Soap
sept 7 At MOULTON S.
,_j VICTORIA HOTEL.
KING STREET, CHARLESTONS.C.
B y DANIEL COOK,
july 6 26—ly
C. Sc E. L. KE It BISON Ac CO.
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
FOIieiG.V It it P GOODS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
\'T7'OULD respectfully inform their friends
\ V and those who purchase Dry Good* in
their city, that they are now prepared to offer,
a large, choice and well assorted Stock
FOREIGN, FANCY AND STAPLE
As they receive, the Bulk of their Goods dit tel
from European Porta, they feel assured of being
able to compete successfully with any other
Market in the United States.
C A E L. KF.RRISON A CG.
No. 209 King, North West Corner of King
and Market Streets.
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PLAINS, BLANKETS, KERSEYS
f| t IIE Subscribers, Direct Importers, Os all
X WOOLLEN GO’OLjS, have just received,
per ships “Guluare,” “Orion” and “Samoaet,”
from Liverpool, their Fall supply of PLAINS,
KERSEYS, White nnd colored BLANKETS,
White,Red,Bluoand Gieen Flannel Blanketing,
Guernsey Shirts, Kilmarnock Caps, Scotch
Bonnets, Ac., expressly suited to our Southern
Planters’ Trade, aud to ari inspection of which,
they confidently invite all who'visit the Charles
C. A E L. KF.RRISON A CO.,
209 King, North West Corner of King
arid Market Streets.
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At his New Store, No. 2y, Bend of King Street
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAS on hand and will constantly keep sup
plied with the largest variety of Rich and
Seasonable DRY GOODS, ever exposed in
Charleston, to which the attention of Planter*
and Country Merchants is invited,
july 20 28—ly
CORNER OF MEETING it NI) MARKET STREET*,
Near the Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
rpRAVELLERS are invited to call at
X WELCH'S Fashionable Furnishing Store
for Gentlemen, where can be bad SHIRTS
made in the latest Fashion, and of the best ma
tarials, superior workmanship, and Dauskin's
celebrated pattern. N- A. DAUBKIN is tho
original inventor of cutting Shirts by measure
ment. Dauskin’s Pattern has received the un
qualified commendation of Gentlemen in all
parts of the United States, and has been pro
Also, for sale, a great variety of GOODS,
suitable for Gentlemen,
july 20 28—1 y
E. B. CREWS,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 19 Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C.
H AS constantly on hand every description of
Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS.
Vendue Sales of Dry Goods Twice a Week,
july 20 28—ly
J. 11. TAYLOR,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 17 Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C.
HAS always on hand, a full supply of 4-4
-and 7-8 Brown Shirtings, Prints, Bleached
and Colored GOODS, which will be sold on
(LPAgent for Charleston Steam Cotton Factory,
july 20 28—1
E. W. COOPER,
No. 90 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
DEALER ill Farina ; Wheaton Grits ; Mac
caroni ; Vermicelli ; Pickles ofall kinds ;
Tapioca ; Chocolate and Cocoa, of every des
cription ; Sweet Oil ; Mustard ; Spices ; Lemon
Sugar ; Lemon Syrup ; Essence of Coffee, Ac.
Imported Sugars, Champaignes, Clarets, Ac. and
Fancy Groceries in general.
[EpAgent for tho Congress Steam Mills, New
july 20 23 ly
.Millar’s Biscuit Bakery,
No. 131 Meeting Street, opposite the Market,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE Subscriber has constantly on hand
Pilot and Navy Bread, Soda, Butter, Le
mon,Water, Sugar and Dyspeptic CRACKERS,
Ginger Nuts, Ac., in barrels, kegs, boxes and
bulk, all warrated ofthe best quality, and at the
lowest prices. R- S, MILLAR,
july 6 ilij—ly
Depository of tlie ‘southern Baptist
No. 41 Broad Street, Charleston, S. C.
rriHE present Agents ofthe Sodietv haVe the
JL pleasure of announcing to the ftaptists of
Georgia,that they have recently fully replenish
nd theii Stock of 800 KS . They have now
at their Depository in Charleston, as complete
an assortment of Denominational and Theolo
gical Bucks, as can be found in any Southern
City. Their entire Stock having been purchas
ed for Cash, they hope to be able to sell on tho
most reasonable terms. In addition to the usual
discount, 5 per cent, will he allowed on everv
bill cashed within thirty days from date. A
Catalogue of tho Books kept Depository
has been recently published, and will be for
warded by mail to those who desire it.
GEORGE PARKS A CO.
Agents 8. B. P. 8.
july 6 25—ly
BY The Sou'hern Baptist Publication Boeiety.
The Way of Salvation—By Dr. Howell,
12mo. pp. 336. Price 87A eenta.
Taylor on Restricted Communion—lßmo. pp.
96. Price 10 cents.
Advantages ofSabbath SchOol 1 Instruction—
By Rev. C. D. Mallory. 14m6'. pp. 46. Price
A Decisive Argument against Infant Baptism
—By Rev J. L Dagg. fßmo pp. 52. Brice 6$
Also, for sale.
Fuller on Baptism and Commnnion—l2»o
pp. 204. Price 50 cents.
Williams' Miscellanies— Bmo pp 400. $1 $0
Kite's Daily Bible IHustratiofis-2 v«? 8. 209
Alexander on Psalms. : i I 25
Mothers ofthe Wise and Good. : 75
july 6 26—ts
WM. S. LAWTON A CO.
Factors and Commission Merchants, Macon, Go.
UJ ILL make advances on shipment* to their
Houses, LAWTON A DOWELL, 6a
vannah, Ga. ; and LAWTON, DOWELL &.
CO , Charleston, S. C.
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