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the Sumter Watchman.
WEDNESDAY M?AT J?.
W. Y. PAXTON - . BU8INE88 MANAGER.
c?r All -TraniUnt Adv?rtli?aaentf. and al
jt/b vTurk mun ba pakl for lo eaib. Thia will
fcsob??ffsd TT?thout dLtluotioo. 6ttb?cri?tion?
?re alto payable in advanc?.
pp* Application? foTJob Work will ba ?ada,
at tb? oBJ.ce, to Taloa. B. Ftoweas.
Tb? WATCH?! AS book? ar? lo tb? keeping- of W.
V. PAXTOH, who will receipt for monte? da? ?nd
attend to ?di mattera conneeted with tb? Adrcr
tttln* ar SabaeriptioD ??pertinent?.
pp* Oar Adveril-ing friend? aro requested to
?.nd In their hf or? not later Iban Monday.
Col. JKSBE THOMPSON, has
charge of the editorial department
of the Watchman, during the absence of
BgL. A regular inseting of the Sum?
ter Total Abstinence Society will be
beld at the Bfptint Church, on Tuesday,
24th inst., at half past 8 o'clock, P. M.
Addresses will be delivered by Col.
JESSE THOMPSON and Revs. J. B.
CAMPBELL and JOHN CULPEPPKR. A
full attendance of all interested in the
cause is earnestly requested.
-F. A. TRADEWELL,
Sco'ty S. T. A. S.
Ttt*\, A communication from "A
Planter," also from -'An humble Far?
mer," received too late for this day's
?gk, We understand that some of the
leading Merchantb in our town have
agreed to dose their stores at 7. p. m.
during tho summer months, with a view
to rest and recreation lo themselves and
clerks. A very sensible and commend?
able move these warm timos.
J. T. SOLOMONS.
Attention is called to the new, largo
tod liberal advertisement of J. T. Sol?
ornoo? long and favorably known as one
of our leading Merchants, Mr. S. has
recently returned from his second trip
North with a second supply of Spring
?nd Summer goods, purchased in New
York when goods were cheap in a dull
market, winch he is offering at greatly
Tlie Columbia Pheonix of yester?
day, announces tho death of JottN
CALDWELL, Esq, ooo of the oldest
citizens of Columbia, and former presi?
dent of tho South Carolina Rail Road.
t??T As will be seen from an
advertisement in this duy's poper,
lite Sumter Fire Engine Compa?
ti y will assemble at their Engtuo Mouse,
and proceed to the fire well, corner of
Main and Liberty Streets in full uni?
form on Saturday tho 26th inst., at 5
o'clock p. m. for drill and parade.
Besides the regular contest for the let?
ter D. by the respective Squuds, there
will be a variety of exercises instruct?
ive to the firemen and highly entertain?
ing to the spectators. Thc citizens gen
eral ly, and especially the ladies, areain
vitcd to bc present.
Next Saturday. 21st inst, has been
chosen as memorial day with us -thc
day lor our people to visit thc graves ol
our heroic dead and make our floral of?
ferings at the shrino of patriotism and
political principle. It is a mournful
but beautiful pleasure. The offering of
flowers is a fitting tribute to the worth
of these departed heroes-their per?
fume, innocence and beauty, picturing
the virtues of these martyred ones. Thc
frosts of death have dipped tho flower
plants, but their virtues, un?
touched by death have been transplant?
ed to a more holy parterre, and bloom
in penennial beauty. While the fair
band of sister, mother and friend shall
scatter flowers over the graves, tho
flowers of our hearts shall shed a richer
fragrance, and we will embalm their
brave deeds in our memory and have it
as a keepsake forever.
Gen. R. H. Anderson and Cen. J. B.
Kershaw, among our noblest sons, have
been designated as the speakers oo the
occasion who trill retrospect tho achieve
racnts of tho heroie dead, and point
nain hope to the encouraging future
?.'hich lies before us.
LAVERNA THU ??D?ESS OF
Laverna, thc goddess of thieves hap
ber alter erected here, and continues to
receive thc homage and tribute of her de?
moted subjects, and we are sorry to chron
ide the fact, that these worshipers arc
found chiefly, if not entirely among thc
colored population. There aro those
*bo worship at another alter, who are
"?ailing us good honest and industrious
?ititeos, yet many worship at the black
?Uer of this infernal goddess. Ifthcro
ba a family among us who havo not
been robbed in tho last two years, and
^?oy repeatedly, Wv. have not heard of
n> The whites have been chiefly
Preyed upon, though several blacks,
bate met with serious losses by robbery.
E'ery body except the thieves them
?elves are preyed upon. Now every
?fleet has a cause, aud hore is a series
?f effects. Where may we find the
?N in tho laws or io their execution ?
^.answer in both. There is no hope
J ?Melioration under oxisting
There must be a radical change.
1 ?hat alter docs tho majority of our
jWllatura worship 1 Where do thoy
JJJJ their gifts of gold frankincense
10(1 ?nyrrh ? Is not this goddess pre
JJW with these oostly gift? ? Should
-*9* honesty thou, of whatever oomplex
*B; band together, and iee if it can
not get a better government-a better
example, a better codo of law?;.? botter
execution of them, a better condition of
things than we now have ? If any
people who ever lived needed that
something be done immediately, it ia
our people. Whoso a muk o houso ia
safe ? Whose cow or hog ia safe 7
W hose chicken roost ia Baie? i heft
stalks abroad with unblushing faco and
its impudence prove? that our govern?
ment ia a failure and that we must have
a reform. *
DBCOUATION OP THB GRAVES OP
TUB. CON JP KD Ii H ATK DEAD.
MR. EDITOR:-At an in for mal* meet
ingof ladies and gentlemen of Sumter,
held at Temperance Hall, on Thursday
afternoon last, thc following resolutions
were passed, and your correspondent
was requested to hand them to thc
newspapers for publication :
lat. Resolved, That Mesara. H. W.
Gardner, J. G Hainsworth and Wm.
Graham, be requested to take chat ge of
the work of cleaning up thc grounds at
the Cemetery, where the Confederate
dead are buried, and the approaches
leading to the same.
2nd. Resolved, That such persons as
are willing to lend their aid to tho said
committee, be requested to furnish
them with hands aud tools on Friday
morning, 20th May, ot tho Cemetery, at
3rd Resolved, That the ladies of
Sumter and the surrounding country
will assemble at the Academy green, on
Saturday afternoon, May 21st, at four
o'clock, and go outHo thc Cemetery for
tho purpose of decorating the graves at
6 o'clock ; That all petsous who have
conti ibutions of flowers or evergreens
be requested to furnish them at that
time aod place.
4tb. Resolved, That Generals R. H.
Andcison and J. It. Kershaw, bo re?
quested to attend und to address tho
ladies on the occasion referred to.
E. W. MOISE,
Mr. Mal?ame J. Iii owning has retired
from the editorial management, of thc
Orangeburg News,and Mr. Charles N.
Hall is announced as editor and-propri?
"PAMS BY SUNLIGHT AND CIV
A work descriptive of the Mysteries ond Miseries,
tho- Virtues, Vices. Splondors, and Crimes ol'
the City or Paris-By James D. McCabe,
This lathe tilla of the roost completo and at
traotirobook of the day, issued by the "National
Publishing Company," of At! J mn, Ga. It is n
largo vol un,o of over eight bundi cd (inges, tung
? lucently illustrated with ono hundrod nnd fifty
Uno engravings, by the best French artists, and
from the pen of a writer u lm known Paris well,
ft is Absorbing ami entertaining in a high dogrco
Tor, hosnies containing a vast amount of instruc?
tion, it abounds in brillinut and llirillingdcscrip
tions of tho darker sides of Pori.-inn lifo. Tho
render is enrriod into tho dark nnd squalid quar?
ters of tho Rng-pickcrs, nnd is introduced to Ibo
louses of tho sad children of poverty ; tho most
Kited Lorcttcsnnil queen? of tho Demi-monde aro
portrayed with perfect truthfulness ; tho tembl?
nroads which vico of all kinds luis made in
french society, is shown with n Martling vigor;
Milbillo and its- gayetics, with tho voluptuous
'on can uro brought hoiuo to bim ; and tho mail
?ovelfc of tho carnival aro reproduced willi grout
locurnoy. The book is, indeed, Paris photngrub
:d, and is as nttractivo and spicy to tho runder ns
ibo ??ty itsolf to tho American visitor. Our au?
thor dwells particularly on tho "rapidness" willi
IT h ich our countrymen conduct themselves amidst
ibo dissipations nnd temptations i.f ibogny city ;
nor is (bo book valuablo only for ils scnsnlionnl
lunlitics. It is brim-full of tho pleasantest
Historical instruction ; nnd no uno possessing n
library should fail to pl.ic? it on hi.? shelves. It
a golton up in exquisito tasto by tito Publishers,
mil |s quite as attractive externally as internally.
Amongst tho illustrations of ibis fino work, wo
notice tho names of Gustavo Doro, Do liar,
(.?'eliot, Cloiget, anti Thoron il-I lian whom I
franc* lins given no moro brillinut nud success?
ful workers in tho nrl of engraving. Il is sold
july by subscription.
"HOPE DEFERRED M A KUTI! T ll E
HEART SICK," anti tho want of a Tonic often
makes tbe body sick, so, ns summer npproaobes,
invigorate tho system by taking SCUTKII DITTKIIS,
tho grent Soulbern Tonic.
AN IMPORTANT CONSI ORR ATION.
Dr. Tull's Liver Pills aro PU HELY VF.GE
TABLE and aro adapted to young and old, malo
nnd fctnuio, anti may bo taken at nil limes, willi
out restraint of occupation, without cbnngo of
living, without diet and without tho fear of lok
lng cold during all kinds of woatlx-r, nnd in nil
Bllmntcs; THEY CONTAIN NO MERCURY.
Cheerfulness originating in buoyancy of dis
position is moro graceful and moro permanent
than such ns arises from tho reception of particu?
lar benefits. Tho latter may bo compared to a
?liddon gush nf water, which is soon exhausted.
Tho former is like a perennial fountain, nnd
jqiilvnlont to the effect occasioned by Ibo con.
:inuod reception of benefit-, each timo augment?
ing in value, for nulbing less would 'maintain in
shcerfulness a tempoiAment naturally phleg?
matic. To arrivo nt such a stato it is only
necessary to purify tho systom by taking tho
'Old Carolina Bitters."
Snfo ! suro ! reliable. ! is Winoman's Worm
COUNT THB COST.
A day's rido in ulmostuny part of ouroountry
will show more than ono practical il lustration of
iho man who commenced to build bis cnstlo witli
jut counting tho cost. Men often lon va out of
their calculations such little matters ns doors,
blinds, sashes, mouldings, Ac, nm! in tho end
Und no comfort in tho houso which Iboy linvo
built. Remember, therefore, before building,
irrito to P. P. Tonio, Charleston, S. C., tho
largest manufacturer of doors, Ac, in tho South?
ern States, for an estimate of tho cost of finish?
JOB" Tho ''Phcoba Bakor" Solvo -
100 yonrs a secret -
Cures an by magic
All Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, Canoors,
Sore Nipples, and Broken Bren*ts, Chapped
Lips and Hands, Emptions, Chilblains, Bites or
Stings of Insects, Ao.
A Wondorful cure for piles.
Ask for phoebe Baker's" (and toko no other)
"Co tar's" Rat, Poach, Ac. Exterminators.
"Costar's" (liquid) Bed Bug Eater.
"Costar*?" (pure) Inseot Powder.
Usa this (only pare) Insect Powdar for
Moths In Furs and Woolens, for Bed?
bugs, Insects, Ao.
"CoitsrV (only ?uro roinoJy) Corn Solvsnt.
Ask for "COSTAR'S" (and take noothar.)
. 1 92 f 3 and $6 sises ?ont by alpress.
Addr.si "008T?R" 00., IS Howard St,. H. Y.
.-i--n- ? ?'. ? =
'I I me Tc?? tb? nerita of all 'K" Ii I nu?
*3a- THIRTY YEAli? -?a
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
Uni been tested in ovory vnriety of eilmete,
end by nil almost every nation known to Amcri
cane. It ie the almost constant companion and
inestimable friend of tbe missionary and tbe
traveler, on sea and land, and no one should
travel on our Lakes or .River* without it.
It is a speedy and safo remedy for barns,
scalds, outs, bruises, wounds and various other
injuries, os well os for dysentery, diarrhoea, and
buffel complaints generally, and is admirably
suited for every race of men on the face of tho
He sure you call f?r and got the genuine Puin
Killer, as many worthless nostrums are attempt?
ed to be sold on tho great reputation of this
Directions accompany each bottle
Price 26ote, oOcts. and $1.00 per#Lottle.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
WILL ALL THOSE AFFLICTED.WITH
COUGH OR CONSUMPTION
Dead the following nt d learn tho value of
Allen's Lung Balsam.
Dr. LLOYD, of. Ohio, Surgeon in the Army
during tho war, from exposure, contracted con
Munption. Ho says : "I hnvo no hesitancy in
stuiing thnt it wa? by the uso of your Lung
Balsam Ihnt I am now liv] and enjoying health."
Dr. FLETCHER, of Missouri, s>ys:"I re
commend your Balsam in proferenco to any otil?
ar medicino for Coughs, and it gives satisfaction.
ALLEN'S Le NO BALSAM is ihn remedy to cure
all Lung and Throat difficult!) s. It should bo
thoroughly tested beforo using any other Balsam.
It will o rc when all others full. Directions
accompany each bottle.
J. N. HARRIS Si CO.,
Sold by A. ANDERSON & CO . Sumter, S. C.
SHAKING ANO BURNING.
It is not necessary to journoy from the tropics
to Alaska in order to es porten ce tho extremes ot
icat and cold. Thou Minis undergo all tho in?
conveniences of this thcrmoiuotricnl chango every
lay, or every other day, ns tho cuse may be,
without thc trouble ot moving over tho thresh?
old. A word with thoso involuntary shakers.
What aro they doing to expedito their return to
Imodium temperature ?-to break thc chills and
Itauish tho fever? Aro they dosing themselves
ivitli quinine, thereby imperiling tho soundness
>f their bones nod Impairing tho vigor ol
ihoir brnins and nervous system? Sonic of them
ire, no doubt, but not tho majority of them, il
is bolievod. Tho vatua of llostottor's Stomach
Bitters as a harmless and certain specific for fo?
rer nud ague is understood and appreciated in
ill parti of tho country where intermittents pre?
vail. Tho residen tl of such localities begin ti
toko it carly in tho spring ns a protection
igainst thc m asm-: by which they aro surround
sd; not all of them, porh.ips, for a blind nd
icrcnce to error is tho speciality of some people
jut tho greater number.
If ibero is any fixed f ict in therapeutics, i
s this : that tho Bitters oro a far better snfe
;uird against nil tho varieties of periodic moln
lies produced by unwholesome exhalations than
iny drug or compound in tho materia medica o
ho profession. This assertion is mudo with al
lue respect to tho faculty, but being nn impor
unt truth, mid ono that nearly concerns tin
teal iii of large BOttlctltOlllS in various parts o
ho country, and indeed of tho ptthlic ut large
t is niado fearlessly. Pounded oil nmph
md iiiiiiitpenchiihlo testimony, it defies dlepro
To break up chills and fevers, as wei
is lo prevent thom, thcro is nothing si
diable as this windest mo vegetable restera
lt BDI VI VUS lt
The S. S. S. of 1861,
ir Dr. JBUSON'S Original So mil HRS SOOTIIINI
.vitif FOR ClIlLliRKN TKKTIHNQ, is again rc
uscitated ! ! It is ii Corrigent of tho Hou r
Unorders contingent upon this period i a ?/rote
'ol Ciirmlnutive'j a nutritious Syrup ? nnd
.ent'e A noil vue, inducing cn Lu and refreshing re
lose, without Ibo pernicious and distressing ro
.eli'mary disturbnuco of tho nervous eystoi
hat results from tho exhibition of most prcpnra
ions-exp rennt i/ tiintle for children. Ils use i
ho Southern Stales, as far back as 18G2, ostal
?shed its reputation as a Southern Institution
ind, ns a medicino unrivalled, ami ns being th
rev/and t't/ett preparation for children teething
insuring RKST ro MOTU HRS and NUI18K8 and rt
ic/ and strength lo their infants. It is therefor
io neio medicine, ami needs no advertising.whoi
t is best known. Every precaution lins bee
nkon to preserve and protect it from fra u du lei
'ountcrfoils. It is mnunjuctnred oui// at tl
Laboratory of ColTB, TOMPKINS A HuRO, moil
icrs of, mid success -ra to, ibo old ostnh'ishc
iOUTUBRN Dni;a HoilSB OP HARRAI., RlSI.KY
[CITCRKN, 141 CiiAMRKns STREET, YBW YORK, t
vlioui ull orders should bo addrossod, and is ft
>alo to tho citizens of Sumter and sarroundin
iountry l>y tho following first class and rospecti
do Druggists: A. A.NliKftSjX A Co., J. F. V
~~KTO S KOO ! ~
Prepared by Dr. J. J. Lawrence, tho c?l?br?t*
? TsiciAN omi CH KM ST, Norfolk, Ya., if a SAP
'LB ASA NT and RELIARLE remedy for A M. discos
I'ORPIDITY OP THE LIVER,
IMPURITIES OP THE HLOOD,
DISORDER? OF THE URINARY ORGAN
DERANGEMENTS OF THE N E R V O U
It l'uniri s and ENRICHES tho BLOOP, nr.
'ORBS tho MVKR mid KinSBYS lo n livnltl
LOTION, AULS lUOBSTIo.v, liKfllLATEfl the DOWB!.
Hld INVIOOIIATKR the NBRVoES KV ST K.M.
lt /s NOT ii l'atciit Medicino.
FORMULA a round each bottle.
ENDORSED 1>'J the lout I'hgsiciitu*.
Tho MOST POPULAR Medicine In usc.
DR. LAWRBSCE is constantly in receipt
SRATKFUI, letters and TESTIMONIALS: of REM A RR
ILK CURBS porformcd by KOSKOO.
All loiters answered and advice given-PRK
KOSKOO for salo hy Druggists every whoro
INK liol,I,AR PKR BOTTLE. For ?-ulo by
I. F. W. DeLorme,
July2K-ly_ _Sumter. S.
TO CONSU M PTIVES*
THE adverliscr having been restored lo heal
n a io W Wi Ok*, by n very simple remedy, all
Hiving suffered several yours with a severo lu
dtueiinn, and that dread disonso, Consumption
? anxious lo make known to his fellow-sullen
ho munns of cure.
To nil who desire it. ho will send n copy oft
irosoriplion used ifrce of chargo), with t
lircctions for preparing and using Iho san
?hieb th'.y will find n suro Curo for Consuin
iou, Asthma. Bronchitis,oto. Tho object of t
idvortiscr in sending Ihr Proscription is lo bei
lt tho nfllicted, nud spread information which
innocivos lo bo invaluable; mid ho hopes ovc
utterer will try his romcdy, ns lt will cost tin
loihing, and moy prove n blessing.
Partios wishing tho proscription, will plci
tddross Hov. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings County, New York
ERRORS OP YOUTH?
A OENTLEMAN who suffered for yc.irs fr
Nervous Debility, Premature Deeny, and nil I
itTects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the st
if sulfuring lin inn ni ty, simd tree to all who ni
t, the receipt and directions for making the si
>le remedy by which he wns oured. Suffer
irishing to profit by tho advertiser's experien
ian do so by addressing, in perfeet confluence
JOHN B. 0ODKN,
Jana 2 Mo. 42 Oelar st. N. Y
? 'mt: - ksi. ? \
C a, s li.
Coffee, 20 to 25 c* per lb.
Coffee Sugar? 15c.
Sugar, 121-2 to 15 c.
Sugar, Finest C, 16c.
Fine Goshen Cheese, 25c
Halibut Fish, 12 l-2c
Flour, 25 lbs. for $1 00.
Flour, best Family, 14
lbs. for $1 00.
Bacon, 15 to 20c
Hails, 8c, by the keg? 7c,
Calicoes, 10 and 12 l-2c.
mm AND DRU
at 12 1-2 to 20o. per yard.
March 30 _
Pate & Taylor
HAVE RECEIVED A
FI NE ASSORTMENT
Gr O O IO ?3 "
ROUU HT IN NEW YO RFC BY ONE OF THE
FIRM AT Til H RECENT DECLINE.
THOSE DESI HING TO P?UOlIASK
FRESH AXD CHEAP
HAD Bli ST G IV li THEM A CALL.
They nro prepared to servo riM In tlio best
nuiuncr, nml respectfully poltcil a ..(Mitin u ?1 nco of
tho favors hortoforo so libonilly bestowed.
BALTIMORE AND WFLMTNGTON
Weekly Steamship Line.
The First Class Steamships
(II. L. II ALL, Commander.)
(I). C. CHILDS, Commander.)
Ono of tho nhovo Steamships will lome IIALTI
MORK nnd WILMINGTON every
forming a Regular
?' E E K L Y L 1 N E,
mid tho only Authorized through connection with
Wilmington & Manchester Railroad.
COTTON noil oilier I'rodnco comigned to mir
enro will bo shipped to Ii A I.T IMOItV. hy first
FREE OF COMMISSION.
Having covered Wlmrvcs in W1LMIN0T0N
and BALTIMORE, goods cnn bo received" ?it all
timos and he properly protected.
A. B SH EPPERSON A CO., Ag'ts,
No*, ll and 12 Norih Wnloi Sired,
April 27 Wilmington, N.C.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
SUMTER, S. C.
MST WILL PRACTICE in nil the
Courts of the Third Judicial Circuit, nlso, in tho
Supreme Coori nt Chiirlestuii and Columbia.
May be consulted nt pr?.?eui at "Sumter Walch?
Aprll 27 _._
AALL persons hnving olniina ngninst tho Es
tate of W. W. MoOiitehcn, deceased, will
pieuse pr?tant them duly proven. And nil per?
?ona indebted will please moke payment to
H. C. AIcCUTCRHN, Adrn'or.
Jan 19-If ?* .
Bgfc. 100 rear? a ?cerot
B?_ Cures as by magie
isaf J,OOO persons testify -
tt3Ju Pains, wounds, aod sufferings
fita?* Pliysioians use and recommend
??T $5.00 pots ordered doily for
hospitals and publie institutions
in all purts of the U. 8.
pHOBE ||AKER ^ALVE
all Cut?, Durne, Bruire?, Force, Ulcere, |
.Cancer?, Sore Nipple?, ?nd Pr. ken Drcn?tc,
Chnppod Lips nnd Hund?. Eruptions, Chit - '
blain?, Bite? or Stings of Inrcctf, Ac.
A WONDERFUL CURB FOR PILES.
Put up in 50c. sises (and $1 pots for families.)']
All Druggists everywhere soil lt.
DON'T BE ONE DAV
Without it in the House? I
"Costar's" Rat, Roach, &o. Extermina?
"Costar's" (liquid) Bcd Bug Ester.
"Costar's" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Costar's" (only sure remedy) Corn
"fc?Si_ SOLD everywhere
Ask for "COSTAR'S" (toke no other.)
$1, $2, $.1, ami $5 size?, nr.1er from
COSTAR CO., 13 Hnword-St., N. Y.
GOODRICH, WINE M AX & CO.,
CHARLES! OX^S. C.
May 4 ly
DR. SM ALLEN BERGER'S
Fever and Ague
Always Stops fSic Chilla.
Tliis Medicino has been beforo tho Piril?
lie fifteen years, rind is still ahead of ell
other known remedies. It docs not purgo,
docs not Bicken tho stomach, is perfectly
safo in Any doso and tinder ull circum?
stances, and is tho onl v Medicino thatwill
and permanently every ' form of Fever
and Ague, because, it ia a perfect Anti
dole to inala ria.
Sold by nil Erussizts.
( VS fl A HI.ISII ?CI> 1830.) ~
WELCH & GRIFFITHS,
SAWS! AXES! SAWS!
SAWS ot ult description*. AXbS, BELTING
nnd M ILL FURNISHINGS, OIUOULARSAWS
wllh Solid Tooth, or with l'.VTRNT AnjcsraDt.B
POINTS, Huncrinr to nil Inserted Teeik Sines,
tfi?* PHICES REDUCED. "?,^
?.?~ Send for Price List nnd Circulars. ~T*>X
Wi: 1.4 ll Ai (;itiri'H lis,
_Bouton, :U.i?.s., or Detroit, .TI leu.
CITAR SPANGLED DANNER.-A largo 40
Lj) column paper, Ledger siso, Illustrated. Do
voted to Sketches, Poetry. Wit, ltiimor, genuino
fun, Nonsense (ufa ?cn>il.lo kimi), and lo tho
exposure of Swindling, Humbugs, .tc. Only 75
els. o your, nml a ?u'puYb engraving ''EvnngC*
linc," 1 1 ?x2 feet, grut if, 311.1100 circulation_
Money reftindod to nil who n*k it. lt is irido
nwuko, fearless, truthful. Try it now, TS cl?, a
yenr. Specimens FREE. Address "DANNEU,-'*
Hinsdale, N. 1L__
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Wbito Hausa." No opposition. Steel ou
grnving*. Rapid soles. For circular?. address
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m.l \\T DOOKS-Agents ?ill ItiO per
lt y\ week. Price $5. Address L.
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Ji/1 KAOVILLE TflKOLOllICAL SCHOOL.
1?J_-llnilnrlnn j ed?cales Minister*; $100 a
year to poor ?Indents : begins Aug. 20. Apply
to A. A. LIVERMORE, Mond ville, Pa.
Inventors who wi?h to toko nut Letter* Potent
arc advised lo counsel willi MUNN it CO.. edi
tor* of tho Soientifle A morion n, who have prose?
cuted claims bofore tho Patent Ooloo for nvor
Twenty Years. Their A mer ?en n mid Europea n
Pnleiit Agency is tho most extensivo in tho
world. Charges loss than nny oilier rolinhlo
agency. A pamphlet eontnlnlng'full instructions
to inventors is sent grail*.
MUNN A CO.. :i7 Park Kow, New York
SL'OA3 CANE AND SORGHUM >lILLS.
Evaporator? nod 11 orso Power*, embodying
all ihorccont improveiiieiils and Inking tho lead
of ovcrv kind in market. Manufactured bv (Inn.
L. SQUIGR & OHO.. IiuO.i 1... N. Y. Either
Sugar or Sorgo Manuals fur 1S70 s^nt freo,
I) ARTI KS having Palmetto Trees will lum .if
something grcnil? lo their ndrnntnge hv
enclosing $1 til lt. L. WILLIAMS, Andonnicd,
Carlton Co.. Pu. .
IT! ??ffUNE TELLING CARDS.-Tell any j
person'* age. Ibo amount ot'money in their I
pocket*, thc number th? Uihl of, eic. Mniluil lo !
anv nddrcFS for l/ieis. Addross GREY ?t CO.. I
York - il le. S. 0.
The Purest, Bost and Cheapest
SOLI> nv At AL (linet HRS.
\\J ANTED."AGENTS.-$20 Watoh freo, giv
V? en ginti* lt livo man who will net ns
our Agrnt, RuslllOSS light anil honorable : pnvs
$30 por day, Addrosa fi. MON RON KENNE.
DY fi CO.. Pit?sima'. Va. _
KIDDER'S PASTILLES. ^ST??
io cen?? hy mail. STOWELL A co , Charles?
ASK your Doctor or Druggist for SWEET
QUININE-it canals (hitter) Quinina. M'f'a hy
STKAIINS, PA un A Co., Chemists, New York.
Bli IDE nnd BRIDEGROOM - E*i>n.v? f(,r
Young Men, free, in souled envelopes_
liOWAUD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Philadol
PSYCIIOMANCY, FASCINATION OR Son..
CrunniNO.-400 pnges ; eloth. Tbis won?
derful book hns full in.Hruoiions to enable thc
render lo fus jinnie either sex, er any anlmnl, at
will. Mesmerism, Spiritualism, ?od hflndred? nf
other enrlous experiments. It oan ho obtained
by sending address with 10 eents poslago, to T.
W.EVANS A CO., No. 41 8outh Kigbtb St.,
'. ? ..?*? ', ' #.'<> JfS. > x
SU AI TUR FURNITURES
HAS OX ll AKD? LA HOE STOCK OP FUR?
NITURE, for leas than eeo bo obtained In aojr
?cuthorn market, saving both freight and risk of j
breakage by Railroad. With experience ia this
branch of business io the City of Charleston; for
twenty .fife'years, and ha*fhg (he. advantages of ]
the best Manufacturers, be ?a offering first ola??
work of which every nrtiolo sold ia warrautad.
Tho stock consists of
Sofa?, Side Hoards. Book Cisei. Wardrobes
Washstands, Bureaus, Cottage Setts, Whatnots
Ex ton h io a Tables
Mahogany, Cane.od Wood Seat Rocking Chairs
Mahogany, Cane and Wood Seat Setting Chairs
Trundlo Bedsteads and Cottage Bedsteads
Everr siyl" Looking Glasses nnd Mattrasse?.
FIVE HUNDRED PAIR WINDOW SHADES
just receive), together with a lot of WALL PA?
PER AND BORDERING.
Maid Street, opposite Ecpfess Office,
Feb 23- tf
X E. Suares.
Je D. CRAIGr,
AND DEALER IX
T) ESPECTFULLY INFORMS HIS friends
uml patrons thnt he is now prepared to furnish
of tho different STYLES nn-1 PATTERNS now
in usc. Ho has now on hand n supply of
H ED ROOM AND COTTAGE SETS,
CANE AND WOOD SEAT CHAIRS,
SAMPLE PLATES front tho best Manofactn
rers of Boston aud New York-will bo shown to
purchasers and any stylos prefcirod, not on
hand, will bc ordered for accommodation of pat?
rons- all of V?hieb will be sold at prices to suit
FURNITURE made to ordor, in any style and
nt short notice.
Manufacturing, Repairing and Upholstery
dono promptly, and in a neat and workmanlike
Chairs resented with cano and raado as good ns
Picture Frames of all sizes, Ro?o Wood, Gilt,
and plain mouldings, made to order, and Looking
Glasses set in frames, nnd fur salo.
FUNERALS promptly attended to in Town
or Country, and Metallic, Mahogany, Walnut,
or Common Collins, furnished as required, ot
l? & 9
IIIQ?BST AND LATEST STYLES
OF ART, ARE NOW TAKEN BY
WILDER & WHEELER,
UP TO LIFE SIZE,
At thc Gallery In Sumter, lately kept by II. B
MCCALLUM, such as
AM UR OT Yr ES,
FRAMES crail sizes furnished.
PICTURES colored, and old pictures cleaned
THE ONLY STRICTLY
Grocery and Liquor House
I N T O W N
MM II E U N I) E R S I G N E D. hesfs leave lo
I rall lim attention ol his friends and tho
public genornlly lo his
NEW AND \VELL SELECTED
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Which he offers low for CASH ONLY.
All anides warranted as recommended
Afr- Pure ModVnial Liquors kept constantly
J. II. EREK HA RT.
April 13 tf*
BOOTS ; SHOES
M A DH TO ORDER.
ff-f'Tj THE SUBSCRIBERS HAV
ing removed Irom Manning,'
nml localed themselves in
SU ?MTE ll, S. 0.
(at tho Old Telegraph office.)
CORNER MAIN A DUGAN STS.,
aro prep ?red lo fm nish BOOTS nnd SHOPS of
their own manufacture on short notice.
They gm.ranice sa I intact h n in every respect,
and from I liri f long exporinnco ia I ii o business,
feel assured that lh'?s? who once patronize thom
will aol tail lo call again.
Orders solicited, which will ho filled with
promptness, nuil in workmanlike manner.
of eery description on hand and for talo low.
flitf* Terms strictly Cash.
Bitltiuaii & Wells,
March ::o ^ um
On the Cor. of SUMTER and CAN?L-PTS.
j Whare all kinds of Work in tho Rhicl;*mUMng
Line will bo finished In a workmanlike manner,
and at the shortost possible notice.
Tho undersigned feels coo fl.lc nt, from a sense
of his experience, fin tho business for the last
thirty year.) that he can giro ?.iilsinctlon, both
In pri?e, and in tho- execution of all ?erk en?
trusted to him.
I o W. c. STANSn.L. .
..Ajrrll2?. . . Sot
.7 :< * -, : ' '? "?'
SPttlKiU ANO SOMMER
M, 3QCJ?L(rJC*S. MX
Tb? Varltij cf HATS, Ac, at STE$LB*8 "HAT
HALL-" scMpw anything y-: offered I" th'?
19* TH KN TAB PRICKS S -??
Men'? Wi Je mool Karto? Pan? toa?. $f.W to $J.?0
Extra Wida Straw llati, for Pi-hing, tb-, fi Qc', to
O cn fi "Nobby" *od ' Na lt io" Dress Straw?,
$1 00 tn $3 00
Y on th'* Leghorn Straws. 2 Sc., ?Oe., $1 to $1.99.
Ladies' and Misses' floods, 1Av to 25c.
Plantation Straws, bf tba doten, $1.60 to $3.
First quality Silk Beaver (new) $5.
Professional Stiff Bljck Hat $S to $4.
Men's and Boy's Soft Felt Hats 50o., $1 la $1.
GINGHAM ?MURKLLAS, 7b*.. $1, $3. $3.
ALPACAS, FINS, " $4, $4.50, $&.
SILK, " " $T tu $9.
I ara ngont Tor tb?
STORM KING UMBRELLA!
Whivh wilt not turn wrong side out in a gal?.
I am agent for the
"Burglar-Proof Lock Umbrella."
BAMBOO, TON QU IN", Cit APKYIN K,
ASUETOS/ HICKORY, MALACCA,
AND OTHER CANES,
With Ivory, Bono, and Various Mountings,
dines for Men, 26o., 50c. 7-5c. to Fanny, $2.
Children's Little Summer Cnnos, 25?.
REMEMBER OUR WIDE RIM PANAMAS! !
STEEL'S HAT HALL,
NO. 313 KING* STREET,
Chnrlofton, S. C.
SIGN OF THU BIG HAT.
MRS. M. J. BOOTH,
CHARLESTON, S. Ca?
HAS recent! v rocolvoJ and opened nn arsort
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES OF
XK?y* Ladies visiting Charleston, arc
invited to call^nd^c-iimitic her select?
ions, embracing all thc novelties of thc
April 20 _3m
Fine Watches, Clocks,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES, FANCY ?GOODS,
NO. 307 KINO-ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
??t- Watches, C)ooks,nnd Jewelry Rcpnircd.
April 20 Sm
C. A. LKNGNICK. CHAS. FOSTER
En. KUBRICK S KM..
Lcngnick, Sell & Foster,
27 Hayne Street,
CHARLESTON, S- C.
MPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
LAME'S TRIMMED HATS,
?II L LI NE RY GOODS?
April 20-3M_ _
230 KINti-ST . < I! IVESTON, S. C.
KEEPS n Lnrgc nnd Full Assortment f f Par
lor mid Chamber FU KN ITU RE, bedsteads
Heading, Choirs, Tables, Ac, Ac, whioh bo con?
tinues to S?ll m Iiis usually
Every Artiolo warranted ns represented nnd
Goods carefully puckod for shipping.
Orders accompanied by tlie Money or draft on
a factor, wi li obtain goods at tho Lowest linus
they cnn be bought.
Paris Fancy Goods,
TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
FIRE WORKS, INDIA RUBBER GOODS
SUCH AS CLOTHING,
NURSE RV SHEETING &C,
220 KingStroet, 2 doors nbo?e Market,
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.
AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Liquors, Segars,
10 7 J<: A S T B A Y ,
diaries ton, S. C.
H.BISCHOFF, C. WULIIERN, J. II. PIBPEH.
?AHIEX< Ho SILCOXJ
1T.">, 177 A- f?t) KIM.' MT.?
CAAKLKSTON, S. C. ?
f 57* Cl with vTii'ffnth/ pw/fol,
April 2<i lijan.
April 20_ r,.n
GEORGE S. COOK,
281 KINO STREET,
(J H AR _* J5 S T ON, S C. i
mm* ALL THE LATENT STTLE8 OP
OOOD Work done st this (Hilary, and Warra*!.
.4 to F.XOHL. Afr? _0-.?_\
Engineers, ?oilor-*?M I
Nos. 4, 0, 8, 10 k 12 rutTci I
(NEAll T?K DUV.Dt^M
Steam Engines a?Hl|*f?(j| H
MARINE, 8TATIONARY A PO?y?f^jffl H
Rice Treshcrs, and . *MM|?| fl
every description.;x'0? I
Shafting Pullies and I
Iron Fronts for ^"'lilw I
in Iron pr ^m^i'?r"J?H^B
Wc guarantee to fuhiisb l?i\gjl|pH
and Boilers of as good
?ty and power, nH tt'fn''.??SW^J
as low rates as eau .'"i^^^
New York, Baltimore ?r^j?^j|^MB
JUDSON'S CELE II It AT KD ?^^^OT
EltNOU AND STOV VALY^fc^B^S
which arc put on all of our Ku^l n iffc5?
""P~ iin; (ir\?tLi>sT?\ T
No. 3IJ KING STR.liKT, CORN KR ^^^'JC?^?^MI
CHA RLES l UN, S. C. ':??^j8S?
l.A CAROLINA, per thousand.^jf*-^^^P*
L:i Cnrolinn, Nc 1, per tlionsnnd.22 "0(To**?3g?
La Carona do Repaint, por thousand....26 w^>Jf|MBj
Kl Bouquet, per thnutnud........HO ";^jjtgfc
I. n Candeur, (small cigars,) por il.i)ii-?n<J..,35 no'' .^:^|
Paringa!), (Hnvann Seed.) por thousand.?eO PQ?
II. Upmann, (Havniiii.) per thousand...ftO 00.:*?\?3SB
Figaro. (Genuine Huvnna.) por tl>ou*>ind...7? 00 ;/jsJQ
Jcuny Lind, (Genuine lliivann ) pr. tb'd.. 8?*,Q0*.. i?M*
As nil those Cigars nro made undor my cipuCiitJU. '?ts?
cn.ro nod supervision, T cnn NV orran I tbntntr wlH,;T\3j&flM
smoko well nnd givo siitlsfootion ni Ibo prlofce. > '. '^jjflijH
lUPonTK? cioAnn *t>p nure UK NT OHDKS. *.^.JeiK
LEAF TOBACCO FOR MANUFACTURIERER?viifflCT
I huvo n largo nnd ucll n?>.<orted stock 6f "Oo-v'h^?*flKj
tnestlo nnd imported Lo if Tobaran. Mich AS Cun\
neoticut, Pennsylvania nnd Ohio Wrapper? f " ?A^*V^SB|
Filling at nil prices. Alt>o,4lnvnnn, from 0*l.l???' >^??H|
at $t 20 uprrards to wrnppers (Prime) at $2 GO. :^?&?3
NEW CIGAR BOXES . T^'^^B
For Cigar Mauufuoturors, with labels ready for* '^vj^jal
RiLK niBDONs ron cia AUS AT ALL - vnicjtii^.'jwM
I.AROR STOCK or SJIOKINO AND CHF.WIXO-.? '^3
TOBACCO AND PIPES. . . '.' -^'^??^H
Merchnnts and consumers are rospcrtfully>gSj'.<yjffi!B
Uoitcd to call before purchasing elsewhere. 6?X> -:v>i j?8*W
All ardors from tho country rvill be promptly*- J.>??3B
ex.cuted.^ ^ JULIUS MADSEN.;
SURE.DEATH AXD EXTERMINATION"
\VORMS AND INSECTS INJURIOUS * ^-"J^g
Jubt reccivod, a few tons of tho above Ftrilliier... '
The remarkable properties of ihis arr?ela, aft?*t1
most thorough soientiBo und practiont tests, oovf,' ' . ?fm
being fully ostablishod and acknowledged, th? ^-/4?B
Company who control its m uiulavture abd ?ala ^'$9s
Introduction to lins Harket, , - $||9
in full confidence that tho grcnt need of tlic tiller'
of tho soil is nt Inst available ; ihut we offer sm:*?T^2i
article which, ns n Fertillxor, is second io none in : }>,-s?
quality, and, further, that it is euro death and'^M^fl
"Co/ton Worm," "Cvrculio," JppMj'^?Si
Moth, Potato Jiiiy, Tobacco Worin, '
Hop Louse, Anny Worm, '
nnd nil descriplions of insect nud v?-ruiic?hir Ufa ^CT
which info! rind devastate tho IMotitatiup, Hi? .
Farm, th? Orchard or tho Harden. " . .. \^ft
PAD I. C. TKI?N110LITT, . '-'j^S
Com misi?n Merchant, ' ^ ^
Apl 211-?m _ ?s'"*2_ Union Wharves. *?H||?
Ph- S CHIT CK MAN tyjM
(oi'i'osiTK ii A fr. I. ST.,) ' -.V C.'ft?
IMfORTRR AN I) ll K A I. R R I J* '.
BERLIN ZEPHYR WORSTED. KNITTING^ ?rf&
WOOL, EMBf'.OlDERV PATTERNS, : V?^S
FLOSS SILK. EMBROIDERY .
SILK. K X IT 11N15 AND .> U^S
EMBROIDERY ' ':-^|
COTTON, " ,'V*v*
KNITTED WORKTEI? HOODS, < ( ???r
FRENCH CORSETS? '.>,.*' , ^
AI HO ... % ??ffll
LADIES' DRE.V? PRIM Ml NOS. RETTOX6 . ' ?Sj
VELVET3, KR!?.)ES, AC.
All ordors Ly mail will bo most eiuefu?fir *
ntioiided lo, nnd do dor.- ?.ll li.; supplied nt Nmr
V'ork wholesale prices, . . * v
April 2?_ 7ni. &
B. JOHNSON & CO,
UMBRELLA MANUFACT?REBS, \
301 -KING ST H RET,
Charieston, S, C.
A FULL ?s#?r.nt of I'M Bl! ELLAS AN.DX
/\. PAItASOI.S, alwiiys nu baud, botior and, '
clieiipcr limn utiv Imported. " .
Wholesale ? Retail. %
-ALSO - ' !JS
A l?rg<? nss?rlm?ni nf WALKING CANES -
j Wo'p iy vipocial uMcntion tn tho iiinntitiiet<ijfe ^
0F RUGGY UMBRELLAS,
which wo oin furnish a? Inw ns ?ny hon?? North
nr-d nf II Lotter qii tilly fur lite PRICK.
A prU 2?_ r.n,.
FOWLER'S PATENT ~ v
j A02)?NQ SKACHXS?fstil.A'
rpiMP H SO HUMni-G. I..;t i Omni.*, lbI. '? :
! J d'Hpen.nble r^qnhit* ol i ?rry 1;?ok H"o>pH^ ;~,
I Ai ciMioinni. Weigher m.ri ,\H.i-nrcr. iN-!nb'?*lft?;
sttnpliciiy wt,h Act-i?T..ry. ..n.l r?pi lily. ^;iV , ;\;
COltxtitlrtnd l^s^ ii c<inn*f ^v..?/A'y ?n./fr? /?? fft\t
Cnn b* work ?id l.y miy'i..,, rr74.>i-y uAf/irj
?ft?r sew MI'MHV. 'S p'i?itt/i ?. I?'N'I r,?M- to
Ivr e CIMCCJ..*?, r .
Off nor? of ll ' P.lim.I H'-l.i ff S. (' atvl W
P. n. R-x r^o. fii.fL.or.iij HJ>
CountyCfl\ lliel.?? f r rsl? yV.^nd? 1 r.
atlee? nert tei'm* V"n J*iM* l,>"' '> f> .^?/?Ht ??AW '
[ eau ?p?V* *ti