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CHARLES D. CARR & CO.

Drapers and Tailors,

30 Broad-street.

RDGERTON & RICHARDS,

Drapers and Tailors,

32 Broad-street.

D. II. K.EMME,

Draper and Tailor, and General Clothing Store,

39 Broad-strbet.

J. BUCKLEY,

Draper and Tailor,

80 Meeting-street.

O. A. AMBLER,

Manufacturer and Dealer in Hats and Cops,

161 Meeting Street.

P. T. DIBBLE,

Fashionable Hat and Cap Establishment,

37 Broad-street.

B. B. STODDARD & CO.

Wholesale Shoe Dealers,

165 Meeting-street.

B. FORD,

Importer of Boots, Shoes, Trunks, etc.

Neat, The Post Office, 3 Dooes South Of Broad-street.

B. A. PRINGLE,

Wholesale Dealer in Boots and Shoes,

30 East Bat.

BAILIE <fc LAMBERT,

Importers and Dealers in Carpetings, Oil Cloths, Curtains, dc,

219 Kino-street.

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KCCK A LUCA8,

Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, etc. 273 King-street, Nearly Opposite Merchants' Hotel. 0. A B. M. GILBERT,

Manufacturers of Carriages and Buggies, at the old stand of
S. <t J. Gilbert,

35 And 40 Westworth-strht. A. KOl'LAIN,

Carriage Factory,

Meeting-street, Opposite The Theatre. THOMAS R. CLYDE,

Wholesale and Retail Grocer,

Corner Of Cumberland And Meeting Streets.

OEORUB ABBOIT 4 (XI.

IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

English and American While Lead, Paints, Oils, Burning Fluid, Window Glass, and Lamps of every description,

97 East Bat.

6INDRAT <fc DUNCAN,

Dealers in Drugs, Chemicals and Fancy Goods,

215 King-street.

8TONBY & WILTBERUKR,

Retail Apothecaries and Druggists,

245 King-street.

W. M. A J. C. MARTIN,

Exchange, Banking and Collection House,

9 Broad-street.

FORD A LLOYD,

Brokers, Auction and General Commission Agents,

7 Broad-street.

T. 8. A T. (J. Bl/'DD.

Commission Merchants,

76 East Bat.

HRNRY MI88BOON,

Agent of the U. S. Mail Steamship Line between Charleston and
Ifew-York,
Corker Op East Bat And Adder's Wharf

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JOHN CALDWELL,, SR., A SONS,

Upholsterers and Paper Hangers,

No. 22 King-street, opposite Browning A. Leman's Keep constantly in store a large and general assortment of Upholstery Goods, Curtain Materials and Paper Hangings. Also, main: to order, Bed and Window Curtains, Cushions, Carpets, Feather Beds and Mattn-sses. Room?, etc.. Papered in the best manner.

•A. B. OAKB8,

Broker and Auctioneer,

No. 7 Statrstrkit.

B. MORDBCAI.

Broker and Auctioneer,

No. 5 State-street.

ADAMS & CO.'S

Northern, Southern and Western Express

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Goods forwarded to all the principal cities in the world Bills and Drafts Collected. Batik Notes, Gold and Silver transmitted with Fafcty and dispatch. Office No. 20 Broad-strket.

W. T. J O. WOODWARD.

CAMERON, WEBB A CO.

Importers of China, Glass and Earthenware,

145 Meeting-street.

II. VV. SHIPPER,

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of India Rubber Goods, At The India Rubber Warehouse, 270 Kino, Cor. Went Worth-St.

6BORGE 8. COOK,

Daguerrean Artist,

235 Kino-street, Opposite Has El. Slock, Instruments, &.C., for sate.

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SOUTHERN CLOTHING EMPORIUM,

288 Kino, con. Of Society-mi-., Opposite Merchants' Hotel.

I*. J. A 6. J. LEVY,

Manufacturers of Gentlemen's, Youth's, and Boy's Clothing, at
Wholesale and Retail.

Ma.\i;i.actoky, 75 William-street, N. Y.

JAMES E. SPEAR,

wil'il.Ksu.E AM> RETAIL DE1LER IK

Fine Watches, Jewelry. Silver Ware, Fancy Goods, Sec,

No. 235 KING-STREET. OPPOSITE BASEL,

Charleston, S. C.

The subscriber respectfully invites the attention of purchasers to hi* stock of fine WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE & FANCY GOODS, all of the latest styles and importation, which he has selected himseT with great care, and feels confident that his stock will compare favorably with any other in quality and prices. He has also made arrangements by which he will receive .-ill of the latest styles of Jewelry that are manufactured.

ALSO,

Constantly on hand, a full assortment of MASONIC and ODD FELLOWS' REGALIAS and JEWELS.

JAMES E. SPEAR.

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CHARLESTON HAT MANUFACTORY,

21© KING-STREET.

Tins establishment, the only one of the kind in the Southern States, is now in successful operation, and the proprietor is ready to furnish, at the shortest notice, a superior article of

Fine Beaver, Moleskin, Silk and Cassimere Hats,

of his own manufacture, in quality surpassed by none.

All the latest styles of Gentlemen's Undress Felt Hats and Caps constantly on hand; also, an excellent assortment of Boys', Misses' and Infants' flats and Caps, of every variety.

A very choice lot of Gold and Silver Headed Canes, Fancy Sticks, Silk Umbrellas, Leather Hat Cases and Caps for travellers, &c.

Call at 240 King-street, and examine our stock.
Jan. 1, 1854. B.. HAWLEY.

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