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Tb? Sumter Watchman.
WEDNESDAY MAY 4.
STy, PA^ON^ j _BU8INE88 MAWABEB. |
"~'AU Transient Advertisements, and ?I
JofTwork m mt be paid for in cssb. Tbl? will
b? observed without distinction. Subscription?
?re ?lio payable in advance.
Applications for Job Work will be made,
at the office, to Tnos. E. FLOWBBS.
The WATCOMA* books are In the keeping or W.
Y. PAXTON, who will receipt tor monies due and
attend lo all malters connected wl<b tba Adver?
tising or Bubscription departments.
Our Advertising friends are requested to
.end in their famre not later than Monday.
SxsT Tho Sumter Fire Engine Com?
pany meets to night. All concerned are
referred to the advertisement, in this
ggu Messrs. GREEN, WATSON &
WALSH aro uow receiving a large lot of
Spring Goods, which the; offer at low
prices. Call and seo.
t\'d~ The following have been ap*
pointed by the Governor as Trial
Justices for Sumter County :
?. L. Siogletou, U. M. Hurst, T. H.
Jutics, Ii. D. Corbett, H. C. Seymour,
J. 1). Graham, J. M. Dennis, J. W.
Bgk, The Superior Court of Sumter
County mot and organized lust Munday,
Judge J. T. GREEN, presiding with his
usual diguity and ability iu tbo dispatch
WILLIAM HOGERS, ESQ.,
A Ililli ly esteemed citizen of Bishop
villc, wc arc pained to learn, was stricken
with paralysis, at 5 o'clock P. M., ou
We learn that the Smoke House, on
the pluntatibn of Mr. HOSEA WILSON,
near Bishopville, known as tho Fraser
place, was broken into oo the night of
thc 20th ult., by boring out the lock,
and all the meat carried off-the prop
erty of Mr. LUCKEY, the manager of
?gy- u Of earthly goods, the best is
good health, the next a good icifu."
SUMTER BITTERS will insure the form?
er; try them and be convinced.
Tho young sons and daughters of
Temperance, united in thoir first
celebration yesterday, at Dingles Grove
Thc day was bright aud lovely, al
nature seemed to smile and spread its
favor and blessings upou them. Their
bright eyes und glad faocs manifested a
couscioujness of a good begining iu a
good and noble causo, as they passed in
procession, clothed in wreaths ami
flowers, Regalias und emblems of Tem?
perance, wc thought of tho truthful
"This world is full of beauty as other worlds
Alni if wc did our duty it might bo full of love."
What a lesson thc old m-iy herc learn
from tho young. Long may their
bunuers triumphantly wave.
t&3u As a Spring Medicine, Dr.
Tuft's Sarstiparilli and Queen'? De?
light has no equal.
We gratefully acknowledge the receipt
of a nice little box of Strawberries from
our enterprising Townsman, C. H
MOISE. They were unusually large and
delicious in flavor, growu, as we arc in?
formed hy Mr. M. from what is kuown as
thc common Stock, improved and ma
tured to pcrlection hy scientific culture.
Thc same gentleman, has for several
days past, been luxuriating upon new
peas and other good things of his own
. *. ?.?
Our worthy neighbor, the Clarendon
ires?, recently completed its third
year, under encouraging circumstances.
We congratulate our friends--'us
proprietors and conductors-upon their
successful battlement of the many diffi?
culties which beset a new news paper
enterprise, and we ure pleased to know
'that tho good people of Clarendon, place
so high estimate upon their services.
We trust that yet greater proipcrity
is before them.
TUE NOTORIOUS ELI ITIACK
Who was somo yvara ago sent to thc
Penitentiary from this county for
stealing cotton, made his escape about
a year ago, and is now running at large,
made his appearance in our town at
about twelve o'clock Monday last, armed
with a double barrel shot gun loaded
with buckshot, and went directly to tho
jail to see his brother now confined
therein, and awaiting his trial for a sim
?lar offence. While in conversation with
his brother, Butler Spears, and Andrew
Jackson, State Constables, made n dash
upon Lim, seized hold bl his gun. Hobo
ing a very stout athelctic mun, succeeded
in wresting it from them-inflicting a
severo blow upon thc head of Jackson,
and then fled ; Spears in tho mean time
firing several shots at him. Ho was
seen to stagger and fall twico as though
he was wounded, but finally escaped to
It it paid that this desperado has com?
mitted various outrages since his cscap
from tho Penitentiary. Amongst others,
two rapes upon colored school girls.
Wo learn also, that on Thursday night
last, at or near Maysvillo, he was sur?
rounded in a houso by nino colored men,
all well armed, who demanded his sur
render, but ho refusing doliborately
walked out and commenced firing into
the crowd, who Akcdadled io double
quick time. Thcio are tho faots as
reported to us.
Tb? Begu??r Monthly Meeting ol lb? Board
of Steward? of 8umter (Station) Methodist
Church, will b? bcld at th? Parsonage oo
Wt-duceday evening, 27tb last., at 7 o'clock.
A preliminary mealing, fur tb? accommodation
of lb? naembora of th? Board rho r< ?ide ia the
country, will be beld at lb? offle? of th? Sumter
Watchman, at 12 o'clock aame day.
Members will please ?oma prepared to report
collections for the month of April.
J. II. DINGLE, Chairman.
F. A. FOLSOM, Sect e tory.
April 0. 1870.
Do You Waat Health t Aud Who doe?
If so, bo advised, USE DR. TU IT'S SARSA?
PARILLA and QUEEN'S DELO HT, the great
alterative and blood purifier. There is no mys?
tery about the universal success that attends its
ute. It it the finest selection of tonic, anti-bil?
ious, anti-scorbutic, ap? rler.t and purifying
HEEDS, ROOTS and BARKS that ever entered
into any medical compound.
COUNT TUB COST.
A day's ride in almost any part of our country
trill show more than ono practical illustration of
the man who commonced to build his castle with?
out counting the cost. Meu often leave out of
Ibeir calculations such little mattoia es doors,
blind?, sullies, moulding!, ftc, and in the end
find no comfort in the houie which they have
built. Remember, therefore, before building,
write to P. P. Toale, Charleston. S. C., the
largest manufacturer of doors, Ac, in the South?
am States, for an estimate of the cost of finish?
'-Felix quem faciuut aliena perirula cantuni/'
which in plain English means, "Happy whom
others' dangers roudor prudent," ls tho appro
priuteuiotto of thoso, who suffering from tho
liydra-afllictions of a disorganized system, have
tarnished proof positive of tho romnrkablo cura?
tive qunlitjos of tho "Old Carolina Hitters." By
their oxnuit le one can learn tho evils attendant
jn irregularity in eating, which tonds to such a
lisorgnnitation of tho economy ol the human
.ystetn ; and profit hy their example in using the
Wincmnn's Crystallzod Worm Candy is tho
liest in uso I
?E?? The "Phceba Baker" Salve
100 years a secret
Cures as by magic
All Cuts, Durn?, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Cancers,
Sore Nipples, and Broken Brcn-ts, Chapped
Lips and Hands, Emptions, Chilblains, Bitos or
Stings of Insects, fto.
A Wondorlul euro for piles.
Ask for Phoebe Baker's" (and take no other)
In nnothcr column will bo found DR. SH AI.
r,KMU'.UUKit's advertisement. Tho following let
tors will show in what estimation tho medicine it
held in other localities.
Honen, CALAIDOHSR PARISH, LA.., Oct. 22. 1 SCO
OR. Sn ALLENDE KO KR, Rochester, Pa.
DEAR SIR : I have boon using your vnluablo
Pills in my fiimily for thrro years, giving them j
to my wife nnd children, uud to tho freedmen on
my plantation, and in no instance havo they
fuilod to cure. They have almost entirely taken
the place of Quinine and other remedies, in this
section, for tho euro of Chills and fovor-a dis?
enso so annoying to us Southern pcoplo. In fact
such a vast number have been cured, without any
unpleasant symptoms us whero Quinine is used,
that most all physicians boro give Uicru, and re?
commends the use of them,
I writo you this, becnuso myself and a number
of my family and frlund jhuvo been effectually
cured by your Pills, aad we feel it duo to you, to
express our kindest regards for having run,?shed
Its a medicine WO deem SO indispensable ill this
Yours, very truly, ?
T. B. OWES, 0ATESvrLLB, TEXAS, writes Feb. 8
I could have sold two gross since January 1st,
lind 1 been ablo to get the . . I havo sumo on tho
way from Galveston, which will Inst until I can
hear Irom you._
CU A IC I.ICS S Ott ADVEKTISUillBNTS.
JAMES ALLAN-dealer in fino Wntchos,
Clocks, Jewelry, fte. Mr. Allen is acquiring u
reputation for reliability in the salo ol' articles of ?
gold mid silver that cannot fail to extend his
outinoss. And his stock of silver and plated
ware is largo mid olllgeut. For uircctttMiS, nd
dress, Ao., seo his curd.
CHARLESTON CIOAR MANUFACTORY.
Mr. Julius Mudsdon continues Ibo business ot'
manufacturing cigars in tho city of Charleston,
and, we are ploasod to state, is suplying a con?
siderable portion ol'tho trade. His varieties aro
choice. .See his advertisement.
F. VONSANTEN-Tho Fancy and variety
store of Mr. F. VonS.inten, continues to be one
of tho King Street attractions, where tho ladies
are wont to gather to pienso tho youthful taste
and ardor of their children. Ho has added sumo
ndditl nal varieties to his stock, for which und
nil tho rest, please refer to his card in our col?
DANIEL ll. SILCOX-Tin. furniture Wure
Rooms of Mr. Daniel H. Siluox aro the largest
in thc city of Charleston, nnd his stock tho most
complete, in varieties. For address, fto., refer to
OHO HUE S. COOK-Mr. Cook, as a Photo,
graphic Artist, has attained great proficiency
and ropulaMon and his pictures nro popular not
only amongCharlcstonlans, but throughout the
country. His card in our columns will furnish bis
Ph. SCIIUCKMANN-Mr. Schuckmonn gives
bis attention particularly, to articles connected
pith embroidery and ludios Dress Trimmings.
f n these depart mon ts ho hus a magnificent Stock'
His advertisement enumerates them, to which
the attention of tho ludios especially is refer?
UMBRELLAS-Messrs. B. Johnson ft Co., of |
101 King Street, uro manufacturers of Umbrellas
ind highly successful uro they. Wo are indebted
to them for n beautiful Alpnncn umbrella, which
8 superior to anything wo had previously scon.
Ihoy also give special attention to Muggy Um?
brellas. We beg to direct particular attention
to their advertisement.
LIGHT, PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE.]
Employment guaranteed to persons in every
part of tho country. Suitable for Ladies or
utcntlcnicn, Hoys or Girls. Address
XIX CENTURY DUPLICATION CO.,
May 4-lt Charleston, S. C.
KUKOKS OF YOUTH?
A GENTLEMAN who suffered fur years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decny, and nil tho
effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for tho sake
of suffering humanity, send freo to all who need
it, tho receipt and directions for making the sim?
ple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers
wishing to profit by the advortisor's experience,
can do to by addressing, in perfoet confidence,
JOHN D. OGDEN,
June 2_ No. 42 Cedar it. N. Y.
THE advertiser having been restored to health
In a fow weeks, by n very simple remedy, aftor
having suffered several years with a severo lung
affection and that dread disenso,Consumption
is anxious to make known to his follow-sufTorers
tho moans of ouro.
To all who desire it, bo will send a copy of the
prescription used (free of charge), with the
directions for preparing and using the tamo,
wbiob they will find a sure Cure for Consump?
tion, Asthma. liro nc li i t is, et o. The object of the
Advertiser in sending (be Proscription it to bene
fit tho afflicted, and spread information which be
conceives to be invaluable; and bo hopes overy
sufferer will fry bis remedy, ns lt will cost them
nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Partiel withing th? prescription, will plesie
addreti Rev. EDWARD A. WILbON,
^ WHliamibarg, Kings County, New York.
Tine Teats the merita of ?ll Tbl aga.
FOR THIRTY YEARS
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
Has boen tested io every variety of olimate,
i and by all almost ?very nation known to Aueri
j cans. It is the almost constant companion and
inestimable friend of the missionary and tb*
traveler, on sea and land, and no ono should
travel on our Lakes or Rivers without it.
It is a speedy and safe remedy for barns,
scalds, cuts, bruise!, wounds and various other
injuries, as ?ell as for dysentery, diarrhoea, and
bowel complaint? generally, and is admirably
suited for every race of men on tho face of the
Be sure you oall for and get the genuine Pain
Killer, as many worthless nostrums are attempt?
ed to bo sold on the great reputation of this
ii?t- Directions accompany each bottle.
Price 26otv, 60cts. and $1.00 per Lottie.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
WILL ALL THOSE AFFLICTED WITH
COUCH OR CONSUMPTION
Read tho following ai d learn the value of
Allen's I,ung Balsam?
Dr. LLOYD, of Ohio, Surgeon in the Anny
I during tho war, from exposure, contracted con?
sumption. Ho says: "I have no besitanoy in
slating that it was by tho use of your Lung
Bul tftiiri (hut I nm now Hvo und enjoying boat th."
Dr. FLETCHER, of Missouri, says: "I re
I commend yourBabnm io preference to any otb
j or medicino tor Coughs, and it gives satisfaction.
ALLEN'S LUNO BALSAM is the remedy to euro I
all Lung and Throat dlflk-ultite. It should bo |
thoroughly tested befo'ro usiog any other Bulsam.
It will c >re when ull others fail. Directions 1
I accompany ench bottle.
J. N. HARRIS ?le CO.,
Sold by A. ANDERSON A CO . Sutntor. S. C.
A PAiaiXY mtFtDIClNU.
Wo call the special attention of our rindera to j
the advertisements of that favorito home remedy, I
Perry Davin' PAIN KILLER. It has been before
the public over thirty years, and probably bas a
wider and better reputation than any othor pro?
prietary medicine of tho present duy. At this
period thoro are but fow unacquainted with tho
merits of tho Pain killer ; but white some extol
it as a lina mein they know bttt liltlo of its pow?
er in oasing pain whon taken externally
whsio Otliors mo it internally With
great sucsess, but OJO equally ignorant of its
healing virtues when applied externally. We
therefore, wish to say to all that it ls equally
successful whether usod internally or externally
and it stands to-day, unrivalled by all tho great
catalogue of family medicines. It is sufholont
ovidenco of its virtues ns a standard medicine, to |
know that it is now used in all parts of tho world
and that its salo is constantly increasing. No
curativo agont has such widespread salo,
given such universal sacisfation. It is a purely
vogotnblo compound, and perfectly safo oven in
SHAKING ANO BURNING.
It is not necessary to journoy from the tropics
to Alns'ta in order to experience tho extremes ul
bent and cold. Thousands undergo all the in?
conveniences of this thcrmometricol chango overy
duy, or every other day, us tho etiso may be,
without tho trouble of moving over tho thrcsh
hold. A word with theso iuvoluntary shakers.
What aro thoy doing to expedite their return to
a medium temperature?-tu break the chills and
banish the fever? Aro they dosing themselves
willi quiniuo, (hereby imperiling ibo soundness
of their bones and impairing tho vigor ol
their brains and nervous system ? So.no of them
aro, no doubt, but not tho majority of thom, it
is boliovcd. Tho vuluo of Hosteitor's Slotunch
Bitters as a harmless and curtain specific, for fe?
ver and ague is und rstood mid appreciated
all part* of tho country where intermittents prc
I vail. Tho resident.' of such localities begin to
toko it early in tho spring ns a protection
against the ni asm:; by which they aro .-or rou nd
od ; not all of them, perhaps, for n blind ad?
herence to error is tho speciality of some people
but the greater number.
If there is any Gxod fact in therapeutics, it
is this : that the Bitters oro a fur better safe
guard against all tho varieties of periodic mala?
dies produced by unwholosomo exhalations than
any drug or compound in tho materia medien of
tho profession. This assertion is made with nil
duo respect to thc faculty, but being an impor?
tant truth, and one that nearly concerns thc
health of largo settlements in various paris of
tho country, ami indeed of (ho publia ut largo,
it is made fearlessly. Founded Od ample
nnd unimpeachable testimony, it defies dispro
To brook up chills nnd fevers, as woll
as to provont them, there is nothing so
reliable as this wholeei mo vegetable restora?
The S. S. S. of 1861,
Or Dr. JEUSON'S Original SOUTHERN SOOTHING
SYRUP FOR Cn i i.u n KN TEETHING, is again re
suscitatedll It is a Corrigent of the Rowel
disorders contingent upon this period ; a grate?
ful Carminative ; n nutritious Sgrtip ; and a
gent'.c Anodyne, inducing calm and ref reehing re?
pose, without tho pernicious and distressing re?
actionary disturbance of tho norvo j system
that results from tho exhibition of most prepara?
tions-expretsly made for chUdrcn. Its uso in
tho Southern States, ns far back ns 18G2, estab?
lished its reputation as a Southern Institution,
and, as a medicine unrivalled, and us being thc
best and safest preparation for children teething,
ensuring np.sT to MOTUKits nnd Nunsr.s and re?
lief and strength to their infants. It is therefore
no nc IP medicine, nnd neods no advertising where
lt is host known. Every precaution has boen
token to preservo and protect it from fraudulent
counterfeits. It is manufactured only at the
Laboratory of Cuira, TOMPKINS A ll PHD, mern
hors of, and successors to, tho old established
S?tern BUN Dnuo HOUSE op HAIIIIAL, KIMI,KV A
KITCHEN, 141 CHAMBERS STIIBET, YEW YOKK, to
whom all orders should bo nddrossod, and is for
sale to tho citizens of Sumter und surrounding
country by tho following Grst elnss and respecta?
ble Druggists : A. ANDERSEN A Co., J. F. W.
DB Lo nu E.
~~ KOS KOO!"
Prepared by Dr. J. J. Lawrence, the celebrated I
p r.HUMAN und cnEit ST, Norfolk, Va., ie a BAP , j
PLEASANT and RELIABLE remedy for ALL disensos |
TORPIDITY OF THE LIVER,
IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD,
DISORDERS OF "THE URINARY ORGANS,
DERANGEMENTS OF THE NERVOUS
lt PL ni vi. s and ENRICHES the BLOOD, HPS
ITOUKS tho LIVER and KIDNEYS to a healthy
ACTION, AID8 DIGESTION, HEOttLATKS the BOWELS, |
land INVIGORATES tllO NERVOUS SYSTEM.
ll is NOT u Patent Modlcino.
FORMULA around each bottle.
ENDORSED by the best Physicians.
The MOST POPCLAR Medicine in ?MC.
DR. LAWRENCB is constantly in receipt of|
i GRATEFUL letters and TESTIMONIALS of REMARKA?
BLE cunas porformed by KOSKOO.
All letters answorod and advice given-MEE.
KOSKOO for sale by Druggists everywhere at I
I ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. For salo by
J. P. W. DuLormo,
July 28 -ly . Booster, 8, 0,
?AWf , rfetMTiptiOM. A xi?. BELTI .
. nd MILLFURNISHINGS, CIRCULAR SAWS
with Solid Tooth, Or with PAT?ST ADJO?TA?LBJ j
POINTS, luptrior to all IMWU4 7>?I* Satt*.
ptF PRICKS REDUCED.-*^
?S~ Ueod for Prie* Lilt and Circulara. It _
WKLfH 4 OHIfFlTHS.
_?paton? Ma-,? gr H^Croltg ?!.??
STAR 8PANOLBD BANNBR.-? larg* 4$
euluma paper. Ledger site. Maltratad. De*
voted to Sketobes, Poetry, Wit, Humor, genuine
fan, Noneeneo (of a ?entibio kind), and to tho
expofure of Swindling, Humbug?, Au. Only 75
et?, a year, and a ?uperb engraving "Evongo
line," 1 1-2x2 feet, grativ, 30,000 circulation.--1
Honey refunded to all who ask it It is wide?
awake, fearless, truthful. Try it now. 7? eta. a
year. Speeimona FREE. Address "BANNER,"
Hinsdale, N. U._'
BOOK AO EN TS WANTED.-"Ladlee of tho
White House." No opposition. Steel en?
gravings. Rapid sale?. For circulars, address
U. S. PUBLISHING CO., N. Y., Cincinnati
-fcJT?Yir BOOKS-Agents tell 100 perl
I? Iii YV week. Price $?. Address L.
STEBUINS, Hartford, Ct._
MEA OVILLE THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL.
-Unitarian ; educaros Ministers; $100
year to poor students; begins Aug. 29. Ap pl j
to A. A. LIVERMORE, Mead?illa, l'a._
Invontore who wish to take out Letters Patent
are advised to counsel with MUNN A CO., edi.
tors of tho Scientific American, who have prose?
cuted claims boforo the Patent Office for over
Twenty Years. Their American and European
Patent Agenoy is the most extensive in the
world. Charges loss than any other reliable
agenoy. A pamphlet containing full instructions
to inventors is sent gratis.
MUNN A CO.. 37 Park Row, New York.
SUGAX CANE AND SORGHUM MILLS,
Evaporators and Horse Powers, embodying
nil the rcoent improvements and taking the lead
of every kind in market. Manufactured by (?KO.
L. SQU1ER A BRO., Buffalo, N. Y. Either
Sugar or Sorgo Manuals for 1870 sent free.
PARTIES having Palmetto Treta will hear of |
something greatly to their advnntnge by
euclosing $1 to ll. L. WILLIAMS, Andenriod,
Carbon Co., Pa.
ORTUNB TELLING CARDS.-Tell any
person's age. tho amount of money in their
pockets, the number thought of, etc. Mailed to [
any address for l?cts. Address GREY A CO.,
Yorkvillo. S. C.
The Purest, Best and Cheapest
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
WANTED, AGENTS.-$20 Watoli free, giv?
en gratis tc livo mon who will sot as
our Agent. Busiuess light and bunornblo ; nn vs
$30 per day. Address R. MONBON KENNE
DY A CO.. Pittsburg, Pa._
KIDDER'S PASTILLES. l?T*i?|
IO cents by mail. STOWELL A CO , Charles?
ASK your Doctor or Druggist for SWEET
QUININE-it equals (hitter) Quinine. M'f'd by
STKAUNS, FA mi A Co., Chemists, New York.
BRIDE and BRIDEGROOM -Essays for
Young Men, freo, in sooted onrolupcs.
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Philadel?
PSYOHOMANOY, FASCINATION OR SOUL
Cn AUMINO.-400 pogo* ; cloth. This won- |
dui ful book hus full instructions to enable tho
road.i tu fiiseinato either sex, or any animal, at
will. Mesmerism, Spirltuullftn, and hundreds of |
other curious experiment.-. It cnn bo obtained
by sonding address with 10 cents postage, to T.
IV. EVANS A CO., No. -il South Eighth St.? j
A RICH AND BEAUTIFUL
AND FANCY GOODS,
IN ORE AT VARIETY.
The ladies aro particularly invited to call nnd
examino tho many novelties of tho soason, which
cannot fail to plonet- tho fashionable and those of
Goods oro much cheaper, and will bc sold on
vory reasonable tenus-to suit tho times.
Call at tho fashionablo Millinery establishment
of . I
MISS E. D. BRITTON.
OPENING OF THE
LATEST STYLES OP
Millinery and Fancy Goods
MUS. M. J. ZE11NOW,
SUMTER, S. C.,
having rccontly rolumcd from
Now York, unnounces to her
friends and the publio of Sumter,
and the ndjeining counties, that
s ho has o nu no J ut the ?boro es?
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OP
Including nil tho LATEST PARISIAN
Satisfaction guaranteed as to tho prico and
quality of Ot;ods purchased at this establishment
'Vo- Orders from tho country will receivo
BOOTS s SHOES,
MADE TO ORDER.
LT HE SUBSCRIBERS II AV ftp0
ing removed from Manning, jfcfl
and located themselves in JBr
SUMTER, S. C. W
(nt the Old Telegraph ofllco,)"
CORNER MAIN A DUGAN STS.,
are prepared to furnish BOOTS and SHOES of
their own manufacturo on short notice
They guarantee satisfaction in every respect,
and from (hoir long experience in tho business,
feel assured that thoso who onvo patronito thom
will not fail to eal! again.
Orders solicited, which will bo filled with
promptness, und in workmanlike manner,
of every description on hand and for salo low.
4?T" Ten/M strictly Cash.
Biiltman & Wells,
March 30 3m
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
SUMTER, S. C.
?&* WILL PRACTICE in all tho
Court, of the Third Judicial Circuit, also, in the
Supremo Court at Charleston and Columbi?.
May be consulted at present at ".SumterWatch?
man" OOo?. *
Weekly Steamship Line.
The First Glass Steamships
(H. L. HALL, Commander.)
(D. C. CHILDS, Commandos)
Ono of th? above Steamship* will lear? BALTI?
MORE and WILMINGTON ever/
forming a Regular
WE EKL Y L UTE,
and (he only authorized through ejtnnee/.Ion .T'.tbj
Wilmington A Manchester Railroad.
COTTON ond other Troduoe consigned to oar
care will be shipped to BA LT I MO UK by first |
FREE OF COMMISSION.
Having covered Wharves in WILMINGTON
and BALTIMORE, goods cnn be received at all
times and be properly protected.
A. B SHEPPERSON A CO., Ag'te,
Nos. ll and 12 North Watet Street,
April 21_Wilmington, N.C.
Sumter Book Store.
WE aro constantly receiving additions to our
Stock; some of tho latest, as follows:
The Old Fashioned Girl.
Of these works tho Bookseller's Guido for
April, ssys that the salo is prodigiously lurgo,
amounting to nearly 60,000 copies of each.
Saturday Night, by -'Brick" Pomeroy.
bo Runs tho World Away.
Hammer & Rapier, by E*ten Cook.
mit to nut, ?? ?.
Rudas a Roso is She.
Diary of a Medical Student, by Warren.
I The Runaway Match, by Mrs. Iiuury Wood.
Tbe Lest Will, .? " "
Tho Gipsy Di, ii ?hier.
Josephine, by Graco Aguilar.
The Hidden Path, by Marion Harland.
Sunny Bank, "
Phemie'8 Temptation. " "
Harpers' A Leslie's Illustrated papers,
- Every Saturday, an English reprint,
in wuich is hoing published Diekcn's Now Novel,
The Mystery of Edwin Droud.
April 20 A. WHITE & CO.
Ja D?, GRAIG,
AND DEALER IN
?RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HIS friends
ami patrons that ho is now prepared to furnish
of tho difTi rent STYLES and PATTERNS now
in use. He has now on hand a supply of
BED ROOM AND COTTAGE SETS,
CANE AND WOOD SEAT CHAIRS,
SAMPLE PLATES froat tho lost Munttfnclu
rers of Boston and Now York-will bo shown to
purchasers and any styles preferred, not on
hand, will be ordered for accommodation of pat?
rons-all of v>hich will bo sold ut prices to suit
FURNITURE made to order, in any style and
at short noiico.
Manufacturing, Repairing and Upholstery
i dono promptly, und in u neut and workmanlike
Chairs roscntcd with cano and mndo ns good ns
Pioturo Frames of nil sizes, Rose Wood, Gilt,
and plain moulJings, made tn order, and Looking
Gla88esset in frame, and for salo.
FUNERALS promptly attended to in Town
or Country, and Metallic, Mahogany, Walnut,
or Common Coluus, furuisbod ns required, nt
N O. a
THE ONLY STRICTLY
Grocery and Liquor House
THE UNDERSIGNED, begs leave lo
enll tho attention of his friends and tho
public generally to bis
NEW AND WELL SELECTED
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Which ho offers low for CASH ONLY.
VW- All articles warranted ns rooommended
.T.-fi- Puro Mod?cinal Liquors kopt constatai)
J. II. KBEHHART.
April 13 tf
SILVER PLATED WARE,
CASTERS, NEW PATTERNS,
BUTTER DISHES, GOBLETS, CUPS,
CALL BELLS and various artielos fur
March 23-tf C. T. MASON.
-THAT YOU CAN GET
GOOD FOOL'S CAP PAPER at 15 cents
LETTER PAPER at 10 cents, por quire.
ENVELOPES at 6| oonts. per pack.
SLATES at 10 oonts. each.
SCHOOL BOOKS and nil Miscellaneous Books
at PUBLISHER'S RETAIL PRICKS.
Hair and Tooth Brushes.
Visiting Cards, t
Engravings, Ao., Ae,
At the SUMTER BOOR STORE.
Marsh 1? ? A. WRITE A 00.
Pate & Taylor
HAVE RECEIVED A .
BOUGHT IN NEW YORK BY ONS OF THE
FIRM AT THE RECENT DECLINE.
THOSE DESIRING TO PURCHASE
FUE^II AND CHEAP
Gr O O X> JS
HAD BEST GIVE THEM A CALL.
They ora prepared to corvo adi zn the beat
siauuer, u?d r;rpsfltfn!ly ?^Ui?i i contlnvmw cf
the furore hertofore ao liberally boatowed.
Pipe Stems and Fix?
Crockery and Glass Ware
. Offered tn the market alnce tho ivar,
(Auction Goods not Excepted.)
CONTINUE TO RECEIVE WEEKLY,
THE VE lt Y BEST CANDY
SOLD IN THE MARKET.
First house in town to FUT THE PRICE OF
SPECIE PAYMENT RESUME DAT
THE SUMTER CONFECTIONERY.
J. E. SU AHES,
HAS ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF FUR?
NITURE, for leas than oan be obtained in auy
Southern market, saving hoth freight and risk of 1
breukago by Railroad. With oxperience in this
branch of business in tho City of Charleston, for
twenty-five years, and having the advantages of |
tho host Manu fue turora, he is offering first class
work of which every article sold ia warranted.
Tho stock consists of
Sofas, Sido Boards. Book Ciscs, Wardrobes
Washstands. Bureaus, Cottage Setts, Whatnots
Mahogany, Cuneand Wood Sent Rocking Chairs
Mahogany, Cuno and Wood Soot Setting Chairs
Truudlo Bedsteads and Cottage Bedsteads
Every stylo Looking Glasses and Mattrassc*.
FIVE HUNDRED FAIR WINDOW SHADES
lust received, together with a lot of WALL PA?
PER AND BORDERING.
Maia Street, opposite Express Office,
X E. Suares,
GREAT BARGAINS IN
THE PLACE FOR THE LADIES
TRIMMINGS, LACES, &C
Fresh Arrivals Constantly.
THE FINE.-T LOT OF
FANCY GOODS IX SUMTER,
altcai/s on hand aud sohl CHEA F.
CANDIES ! CANDIES 11
And Good Things Generally.
TE?A ! TKA?
A SPLENDID ARTICLE at $1.25 pur pouud
in tho Confectionery Department.
All those indebted to mo will please como for.
wa ni promptly nod pony up tho stamps. I hnvo
wailed patiently, until I have been rodurod to
straitened uircum-t'incus. And, as keeping my
customers in ignornnco of tho facts, os they exist)
would ho unwifo, thcicforo I will enlighten them
on tim subject, nod give them a chance of d/dug
their duty lo God and myself and thoso imme?
diately connected with me.
Respectfully Your Humble Sorvnnt.
A. J. M ELD AU.
March 30-lin. _
E YEO! L ASS ES .
LORSCH'* PATENT INTERCIIANABLE
Oold, Silver, Steel ?ml Bobber Frames.
Periscopio, Convex and Concave Lenses.
Cataract and Colored Lenses, nf all Shades.
March 9_% <> T. .MASON.
AALL persons having claims against Ihe Es.
tate of W. W. Mol'utchcn, deoensod, will
please pro.--e.nt them duly proven*. And all poi?
sons ihdobted v ill ple.se maka payment to
H. C. McCUTCHKN, Adin'or.
JHn 10-tf _
GUNS AND PISTOLS
REPAIRED BY AN EXPERIENCED
WORKMEN, if len at
C. T. MASON'S Jewelry Store.
* AND WEDDING CABDS,
Neally weeuted at thia Office.
- <-'< ' ?<? * . . ' -\
8PBISG AMD 8?MMKR
A 3E3CJflL??7'?. A
Th* TarUty of U ATS, At* at STEELE'S "HAT
HALL" ??lipa** ?n7iuU? yal elate* ia ?ala
ter THEN TUE PRICES ! -?M -
Men'. Wide ?nd Kim? P?nno>i,tl.lO U ?2-40
Extra Wida Straw IlaU, fur yi.hlac, W*. ?0?. to
Ge?fi "Nobbj" aad ? Nattle" DrtU Straws,
$1 00 to $2 00
Yon th'? Laghorn Straw?, J5e.. 50c., $1 tot 1.50.
L?dk?' and MUtea' Hoods, tic, to 2$?.
Pun talion Straw?, by th? doun, $1.60 to $3.
First quality Bilk Beaver (aew) S5.
Profesional Stiff Black Hat $2 to $1.
Men'? ?nd Hoy'? Soft V?U Hat* 60e., 91 to $4.
GINGHAM UMBRELLAS, 75c, $1, $2, ?3.
ALPACAS, FINE, $4, vt.50, $5.
SILK, " " $7 to $9.
I am agent for tho
STORM KING UMBRELLA!
Which will Dot turo wrong aide out lo a g*1e.
I ata agent for the
4'Burglar-Proof Lock Umbrella."
WALKING CAN KS.
BAMBOO, T0NQ?1N, 'JRAPEVINE.
ASUETOS, . HICKORY, MALACCA, -
AND- OTHER CANES,
With Ivory, Bono, and Varioua Moanting?jQ?
dines for Men, 29o-, 50c. 75c. to Fancy, $2. .}e<
Children's Liltlo Summer Canes, 25o.
REMEMBER OUR WIDE RIM PANAMAS!*!1 c
STEEL'S HAT HALL,
NO. SIS KINO STREET, ?nd
Charleston, S. C. hal
SIGN* OF TIIE BIG HAT)?'
April 20_Sm N
MRS. M. J BOOTH?"
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
HAS recently received and oponed nu assort?
SPRING ANO SUMMER STYLES OF
?iaF* Ladies-visiting Charleston, aro
invited to cull and examine her select?
ions, embracing all the novelties of the
Fine Watches, Clocks,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES, FANCY .GOODS,
NO. 307 KING-ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry Repaired.
April 20 _ _Om_
C. A. LKSI;NICK. CHAS. FOSTBR
En. EMKIUCK SE l.t..
Lcngiiick, Sell & Foster,
27 Hayne Street,
CHARLESTON, S* C.
MPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
LACIE'S TRIMMED HATS,
April 20-3m _
236 KIXU-ST. CHARLESTON, S. ?.
KEEPS n Lurge and Full Assortment i-f-Par?
lor mid Chumbor FURNITURE, Do.lstend,,
Bedding, Chnirs, Tables, .tc, .te., wtiieb he con?
tinues to Sell ul his usually
Every Articlo wiirrnnted II? represented and
Goods carefully pucked for shipping.
Orders nccompsuicd by tho Money or drufton
n factor, will ubtuin goods ut tho Lowest Rates
thoy can ho bought.
F. VON SANTEN,
Paris Fancy Goods,
TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
FIRE WORKS, INDIA RUBBER GOOD?,
SUCK AS CLOTHING,
NURSERY SHEETING &C
220 King .Street, 2 doors abuvo Mnrket,
April 20-Sm _
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.
117/ O LESA L E GR O OER S
AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Liquors, Segars,
10 7 EAS T BAY,
Charleston, S. C.
H. BISCHOFF, C. WULBERN, J. II. PIEPER.
April 20-Oin _ _
175, 177 A 170 IC I Nf* ST.?
CA ARLESTON, S. 0,
8*5y* Goods cue?full y pac'ced.
Api H 20_ tlj.io.
GEORGE S COOK,
281 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0,
?B~ Alt, THE LATE8T STYLES OF
OOOD Work done at thia Gallery, ?nd Warral*.
.J to E?fORL. April ?0-0m
John F. T?j
Noa. 4, 6, 8, 10 & l?
(NEAR TBE DRY
C If ARIOSTO Xi
M A It INK, STATION A UY A
Rice Trcshers, and
Shafting Pul lies and
Iron Fronts for Buildioj
Castings of every kindKj
in Iron or Brass. .. ftiffl^S
f - w lu it makes all tho diftdroB^oV^m
I Now, if it excites Senator R?i4*g?ra
, wonder that 412,320 negroes ?n J??tf$8n|
I Carolins should quietly rp m ?ut .jjjsffiffl
, ?lavery to 291,388 white men, *hw$m
much greater must Iii' yonder "gflfl^fS
when wo toll him thad to day t^Ogi&il
. 49,283,505 in Afriou are quietly roin|J?^3
ing in slavery to 12,820,876 O^llM?!
j negroes. ffsjffiT
J. SliRMON. . j^^jjj
JUDSON.'S CELEBRATED ^?lHj
I?UNOR AND STOL? VALV^;^p
which are put ou all of our Knyjofi^^MB
I ll li CH \ RUSHTON "'Ag*
No. 3U KINO STREET, CORNER S0CIHT?$ra&
C?1 AR LESION, S. C. [<?
I. A CAROLIN4, per thousand.MO
La Carolina, N?.1, per thousand.21 JNuKN
La Curium il? Kupunn, per thousand...tte- OV-V^A*
KI Bouquet, pur thousand.,....80 " ?;
La Candeur, (?mull cigars,) pur tbuiiKaud.,.555 Oft H *^
Baringa*, (Havana Seed.) per thousand.....VeO.W^f^
II. Upiuiiun, (Havana,) per thousands..;...?.*. OT^M
Figaro. (Genuino lluvatin.) per thotisaiiiI0.7jrM^59H
Jenny Lind, (Oenuine Havana ) pr. thM.i 89.J TOr&jN
As all three Cigars sre made under mV.?wWW;?^SM
ear? nud supervision, I can warrant that air *^j?*3tS
smoke well and give satisfaction nt tho price?.
lUl'OllTKD CIO AUB Ol' niFFBRRKT 'Oaa?BW^bsM
LEAP TOBACCO FOR MANUFACTURELAS
I Imvo a large and ?ell assorted stook pf jyiftflH
inostio and Imported Loaf Tobacco, such
neoticut, Pennsylvania and Ohio Wrappers ' aad^'TSS
Filling atoll prices. Alto, Umuna, front n,^*^jSc
ni $1 20 upwards to wrappers (Prime) at $2 ??.?j??'
NEW CIGAR R?XES V^SSS
For Cigar Manufacturers, with labels rea?V,-'#|^^3
SILK RIBBONS FOR CIOAttB AT ?.L PRIC?I. . ^
LARCH! STOCK OF SMOKING AND CHtWIICO;^ .."
TOBACCO AND PIFES. ??j V^?s
Merchants and eotJsnraors.nrasrespsetflHijy^^wffl
Baited to call before purchasing olaowhore. ; SW?; jfliKL
is fut ion guaranteed. ?'?
AU orders from the country will bo promptly. \ S?
executed. JULIUS MAD8P?U^
SURE DEATH AND EXTERMINATION.
?VORMS AND INSECTS INJURIOUS;*T<??'?H
VEGETATION. \" ? ^?jffl
Just received, a few (ons of the above Fertiliser.'- . yi
The remarkable properties of this article? after ' 1^
most thorough seien ti rio and prue Heal testa, ri,PW' * ?
being fully established und acknowledged, th?.^-.-V
Company who uontiol its manufacture aAd ^iJ?. ^?kS
ht prepared fur its , 'si
Iulroduction io this Market,.
in full confidence that the great need of the }li|?i^5^^
of the soil is ut last available ; IhaUwe.oftYT a^i?Vi?j
article which, as a Fertilizer, is second to amieA*TC$M?
quulity, and, further, that lt is ?uro death aJid^^Jj
extermination to the . i?raroBH
"Cotton Worm," "Curculio," AptffcgM
Moth, Potato Bug, Tobacco Worniyl '
Hop Lome, Army Worm, '
and nil descriptions of insect n nd-vern leaf kr UW?^
which inlett ami dev?stalo the Plantation, Uta* .' -o?
Farm, the Orchard or the Gardon. ' .V?igS
PRICE. $45 PER TON. * . ' ^
PAUL c. TH KN HOI. ITT, _ . >?!v>s|
Commission Merohaut/ . ' . y.?
Api 20-1 ni_No. 2 Union Wharves: *'
271 KINO STREET, ' V&M
(.ifl'OMTK IIASKI, ST.,) . 4\
IHFOKTKIt A X I) D K A L ? n I * ^ ^x.i*
BERLIN ZHI'IIVR WORSTED, KNITtJ^O^??
WOOL, EMBROIDKRV PATTERNS,^ . ^'OT
FI.O.SS SILK. EMBROIDERY- . ^
SILK. KNITTING AND w 1 Y$
COTTON, ? ? I
KNITTED WORSTED OOODS, ' W
FRENCH CORSETS, *" \l
LADIES' DRESS TRIM MINOS. 'BUTTOi?? ; f j
VELVETS, FRINGES, AC.
?i$f- AH orders hy mail will bc most eareTul1jf'>K?vj
attended to, and donlcrs will be supplied at mfe?'-^?*
York wholesale orices.
April 20_ . ?m, >,
B. JOHNSON & Gb ?
UMBRELLA MANUFACTURERS, 1
aol KINO STREET,
Charleston, S, C,
A FI LL ii.w irtmcnt UM ?KELLAR AKD' ^
j\_ l'AitA.^OI.S. ulwnvs on IIKIKI, better and ;
<. In? i.j? <? i (han any hup?.rtiil.
Wholesale ? lloti.il.
- ALSO- ' - '
A large Hsvortiiunt nt WALKING CAN Kr?
Wo pay o'pcciul uitomion io the UKui.uinoture*
which wo cnn lurnhh a- low a's anv house^orth'> )
am) of II bettir'pi ility for tho PRICK.
_April 20 fm.
FOWLER'S PATENT r ^
rpilIS IS No UUMIH tl. bute Genuine,'.^
J dispeutnblu r. tjiii,iiu "," every H'fwh J8
A'-cuiitnot, Wfig',iv i.nd Measurer, m-ni
Simplicity with AciMiriiy. "n.l raptdlt?.
coitstructotl that it .??>?*?.i },.,nihi>f nmkt a?
Can be wm ki.il hy miff mit itt inttitii/MH
aft. r Int intuit-'* ?umiii? DOM'T KAU, to
lor a CIKCCLAM.
MO!VEST A MARTIN,
Ownera of the Butant Kivht tW S. O and G
P. (>. ? .x s<a, Charkstoa, g\ f),
Oaunty and Cii> lt ?ghin fr* Vale at '
pri?es ?nd lena* that wllh miergy aay y
Mt* sask* ?Minera. ^