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The Sumter Watchman.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15.
W. V. PAXTON - . BUSINESS MANAGER
p&r All Transient Advertisements, and all
Job Vf ort mast be paid for in cash. Tbis will
bo observed without dii>tinetioa. Subscriptions
are also payable in advance.
?SS- Applications for Job Work will be made,
at the office, to Teds. E. FLOWSSS.
Tho WATCHMAN books are in the keeping of W.
?. PAXTO.V, who will receipt for monies due aa J
Attend to all matters connected with the Adver?
tising or Subscription departments*
ITS' Our Advertising friends aro requested to
send in their favors not later than Monday.
~SU3!TEit HAIL A R RAN G?M ?? TS
CHAHGB Or SCBSSULE.
CLOSES. O PISS.
Northern, 3:15 P. M. 1*45 P. M.
.Southern, i 1:30 P. M. 4:20 P. M.
Manning on Mon?
day and Thursday, 6:06 A. M. 5:00 P. M.
CUh'ville on Mon?
day and Thursday, 140 P. If. 11:30 A. M.
Office Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. JL to 6 P. M.
?Mails close on Sundays at ll o'clock, A. M.
Office open from 4:30 to 5:30 P. M.
T. B. JOHNSON, P. M.
January 25th, 1871. tf
igjU That "brick-bat aod clay" pave?
ment ?a tho main cross streets of the
town is a decided improvement.
Peaches and plums are now in
full blossom in this region. And what
a magnificent variety they give to the
titili sembr? oater world !
S&* We have heard of a gentleman
who lives somewhere on this favored
spot of the earth's surface, who, on the
first of March, had over three hundred
fine cabbages transplanted in bis gar?
JUDGE MONTGOMERY MOSES
Will make his first sitting at the
Spartanburg Court, to be held (begin ?
ning) on Monday next.
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE.
The numbers for January, February j
aud March have come to ..and. They
contain quite an entertaining variety for
the family, and the price of the maga,
zine is very low.
We heg to direct attention to this
matter again* From notice elsewhere,
it will be seen that the time has been
fixed for Monday night, 27th of March.
Contributions of poultry, eggs, &<;.,
are called for from the surround?
ing country. As well, wc suppose, of J
r r other articles suitable for such an
occasion. We trust thc responses will
be general, liberal and prompt. If we
be really in earnest in this sacred work
of erecting a mocumeut to our classic,
heroic and immortal dead, there is much
yet to be done, before it may be appro
priately consummated. And surely we
?an never be contcotto leave this high
and solemn duty for the performance of]
our children. It is for us-thc fathers
and mothers of the couutry-to give
them the example.
NEW POST OFFICE POR COLUMBI A.
Just previous to the close of the
For ty-Fi rot Congress, au appropriation
of 875,000 was carried through the
Senate, ou the motion of Mr. ROBERT?
SON, for the building of a Post office at
Columbia. This is money enough to
build a magnificent office -for Columbia.
Some such small help would make
Sumter "look up," as no doubt it does
our neighbor of the capital.
BAIL ROAD CASUALTY.
A negro man named JOE COKER,
while on his ^ay home, was run over
and killed by the train of cars running
from Kingsville to Wilmington, on the
night of Friday, March 10. It is sup?
posed that be was lying alseep on the
track. He was caught by the cow?
catcher, dragged a considerable distance,
and crushed and mangled in a shocking
An inquest was held by Trial Justice,
C. M. HURST, acting coroner. Tba
Jury rendered a verdict in accordance
with the above facts : That thc deceased
came to his death by accident-having
been run over and killed by the train of
cars runing from Kingsville, S. C., to
Wilmington, N. C., on the night of j
March 10, 1871.
THE IRISH WORLD.
We have received a ccpy of a new paper
of the above mme, published ia Boston.
It is a large eight paged journal, and
contains 48 columns of reading matter.
As an organ of thought, it bas already
acquired even a European reputation ;
and is recognized ty the press ot
America, of Ireland, and England as
standing first of its kind in the United
States. As a Vehicle of News, it is, as
its name purports, a condensed weekly
history of the world-that is, of the
Irish world-(and whsre over the earth
are Irishmen not to he found ?) The
chief Editor is the Hon. W. E. ROBIN?
SON, late Member of Congress,-who
has so distinguished himself for his per?
sistent opposition to the arrogant pre?
tensions of England, ht ali times and in
all places. The Irish World isa marvel
of cheapness-only $2.50 per year.
Three persons, by dabbing together,
can have the paper seat to ooo address
for $6 for one year. The Editors invite
persons to send on for Specimen Copies,
FRU. The St. Patrick's day number
will have a splendid illustration of the
Grand Procession,^ : miles long, mareh.
ing through Ne? Y irk. A thrilling
story ii to be commenced at about that
time. Address-"The IRISH WORLD,"
22 School St., Boston.
: A SECRET LETTE!* 1x9 CAPTAIN
; MR EDITOR:-I bate a bright
thought, but its only for myself; but as
; you arc a judicious mau and eau keep a
j secret, I will give you the pleasure of
koowiog what plan I have conceived
with the understanding that I comma..
oicAte it to yoa strictly confidentially.
I'm going to make my fortune io the
next twelve mouths ; that's the first
thing-and DO sardine neither-it'll be
a whale, 1 tell you ! yes tir ! in 12
mouths. The way I'm goiog to do it?
Well, DOW, that's the secret : just listen
-but yoa wost tell nobody, will you ?
Well, you knetw cotton's mighty low,
and like to go lower They say there
was so much planted last year that all
the cotton mills in the world cant use
it up, and it's a drug in the market.
Well, the cotton sellers and the editors
all are advising that hardly any cotton
be planted this year, so the price may
go up. Now, it's very clear, this being
the. case, every cotton planter will do
his hard down best to raise corn and
potatoes, and wheat and rye, aod barley
and oats, and hogs and cattle, and sheep
and poultry; aod then when last year
and this year has used up all the cotton
(as no cotton hardly is to be made this
year,) 0, but wont thc price of cotton go
up next winter and spring aloDg ! Why,
sir, it'll be a dollar a pound, and may be
more-you see! Nooe of them dont
! think this way bat me. Now I mean to
put ia the biggest sort of a cotton crop.
I have the land and the bands hired to
make a hundred bales at least. Wont
that fetch some about 12 months from
now ! Yes sir et ! Not less I J6pect than
fifty thousand dollars ! And then, sir,
who but me ! Wont I have my fortune!
Now miod, Mr. Gilbert, you aint to say
nothing to nobody about this, or every
fool of 'em will go to plantiog like my
way, and spoil the whole tbiog for me.
As the feller ea?d, Yours twell death,
POSCBIP-When I sell my cotton I'll
take the Watchman myself, and send it
to Brother Joe in Texas, and I'll pay
for both-yes tie! I will, certin and
Rouucoroer. S. C.
[For the Waichman.]
CATFISH SLOOCE, roarch 7 WI.
mr edita-io these days of fussin and
fitin you will bea*glad to here of a fite
that tuck place twix Tom billups and
dick Fillups down here in our parts,
you sec tom begun it by tellin sam
Supets That he used the best juanner
last year, and how much it made him ;
dick who was Eves drappin said rite off
that it wernt so that his man made Bet
ter stuff an all sich as that (you see mr.
?diter that i wont call them juanner
fellers names as it wood be advertisio
fur um fre grattis, for uothio) and you
see dick who is purty bi strung wood
eot stan still and here his juanner man
run down io that sorter stile, so he jest
pitched inter him and directly the red
begun to spill from both on um, aod ses
i fellers, how much did them juanner
fellers give you to fite fur um and they
both sod nary red, 503*3 i then quit it
fellers a3 i sed before i seed the red a
cummin from both on um so thay quit,
and we got the nuse papers to se which
one of um was in the rite and whil we
was a lookin over um one feller brot a
armful ot little book lookin concerns
and we begun a lookin over them too,
aod we seed names that we node aod
some that we didnt no from every part
of thc cumpass, and they all scrtified
that theirs beet and thar was among am
one name that we node for Me and joe
carried him some Fi?ih to sell to him
since he Signed the Paper, and he told
us Ile haunt no ruo ny and we told him
we seed where he had made 100 per
cent by using juanncr and he must have
some Money but he sed he hadot a bit,
we told him that we wood take Corn but
he sed he was biingall the Corn that he
used or had gin a leia or somethio we
coodo t git corn from him co how, So
we theo toid him wede take bakin, and
the Feller Cussed an looked so furious
me and joe begun to git Scrred, and
when he seed it he gan to sorter Cool
town and told us that the durned Nig?
gers had Killed his last Hog, and be
was a usin leen bacon too so we coodnt
git any of that so we coocluded we
wood try somwhares wbar we cood git
some fat bacon as we wsnted it to fry
Fish with, and took our fish OD .to town,
well mr. ?diter I hope youll excuse this
(as the doctors call) digestion and III
go on tellin you about the fight, after
we looked overall of them little con?
carns and all the "nuse papers that thay
brot to os, we coocluded that both the
boys was right and all the people had
got rich but Mike said he coodnt come
that for people wernt rich that hadot
DO mony for he had been triing to col?
lect some little debts that was owing to
him and nary cent cood he git; so thar
was another difficulty, and we had to go
all over the bisincss agin, well this time
we looked at the porty pictures of the
bouses these Juanner Fellers had built
and all the nice lookin fixios and we
node thar was Money some whar, aod
josh said, see thar by golly somebody 1
told you Sombody had it; so we conclu?
ded that as nobody io oar parta who
used the Juan Der was a pattin ap nice
fixios, that all thar rooney was ia their
Eye of the Maginashun and the gena?
ine simon pure money warla the pock?
ets of the Juanner men, and we advised
the boys not to fite about it any more
or to sine any more Papers as it only
made the Joaaner higher and the high?
er we made it the higher wede have to j
pay for it, if we ever got able to osa any
more of it So the Meetio all broke ap
peaceable and i Hope the boys will toon
be well of their Fite
most Accommodate yours
_ASHY BENT KISS.
SOAP AND CAHDIaR*.
250 B0XM a0AP'
fer Bale ky _,
Marah 8-_1'. W. XX&CBXW&,
For sale ry
Feb 1 P. If. KERCHHBB,
SPEC! AX ftXvTICES.
ROT;: ' S- ff . Moore of Te*?" say7 -of
Dtrby? pHorsrLICTICTFLINIJ,-?4!t kal no equal
asd po rival/?
' Hore Aa* on? hundred-th'&c rend person*
annually die in this country from Consumption,
which ii bat the child of Catarrh. $500 is
offered by the proprietor of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy for a ease of Catarrh ha cannot esra.
Sold by druggists, or send sixty cents to Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. T., andgat it by mai!.
A pamphlet free.
Ali tid?my to Health and Happiness.
Dyspepsia not only destroys health, bat it
banishes happiness (rom the .tami ly. A Dyspeptic
ls not only unhappy himself, bat hs makes all
around him unhappy. DR. TUTT'S VEGETA
Biri LIVER PILLS ts a certain remedy for H.
Tbe microscope shows the eolor of the hair doe
to a deposition of pigment in its substance.
When the-bair glands become enfeebled, this
pigment fails. One after another tbs hairs be?
come white, or fall ont, producing^ baldness.
Baldness is easy to prevent bat bard to care.
Ayer'* Hair Vigor stops it, oren restores the j
hair sometimes , slwsys restares its eolor. Im?
mediate reco vation is at ones visible : softness,
freshness sad the gloss of youth. This great
ornament should bs preserved sises it esa bs by
Ayers Hair Vigor, wbieh is beautifully clean and
free from anything injurious to the bair. [Tri?
bune, Springville, N. T.
Travellon are always liable to sudden attacks
of Dys tentery and Cholera Morbos, and these
occurring when absent from home, are very un?
pleasant. The Pals Killer may slways be relied
upon tn such eases. As soon ss yoa feel the
?ymtoms, take one teaspoon fal in ?gill of new,
milk and molasses and fill of bot water, stir well
together and drink hot Bepest the doss every
hour until relieved. If, th? ?isinr kc severe
bathe the bowels and back with the medicine
clear. c . ~- ~
In eases of Asthma and Phthisic, take a teas
poonful in a gilt of hot water 'sweetened well
with molasses ; also bathe the throat and stom?
ach faithfully with the medicine, dear.
Dr. Sweet says it takes out the soreness in
esses of bonesetting tater than anything he
Fishermen so often exposed to harts by having
their skin pierced with booka, and fins of fish,
can be relieved by bathing with the Pain Killer
as aoon as tbe accident occurs ; in this way the j
anguish is soon abated, bathe'a? often as onee in
five minutes, say three or four times, sod yon
will seldom have any trouble.
The bites and scratches of dogs sad eats are
soon eared by bathing with cfcs Pala Killer
In again calling attention lo }oar valaabls
we do io with renewed confidence, it having been
before tbe people of the Sooth for over three
year?, and iu largely increasing sales proves its
We have recently much improved it by the ad?
dition of a foreign
AROMATIC AND RESTORATIVE UBRB,
wbieh, together with its other wellkaowo sad sp
proved ingredients, and
PURE RVS WHISK ET,
mad? expressly for os, renders
The most delightful TONIC.
APPETIZER IN VIGORAN! snd DYSPEPTIC
before the people, snd as a Preventive and cure
CHILLS AND FEVER
Sumter Bittsrs ara not offered as a
bat for those diseases fur wh kb it is especially
MAS KO EQUAL.
Try it once and yon will nevar bs without it ia
For sale by all Druggists, Grocers sad Dosiers
i>OWIE, MOISE i DAVIS, Proprietors,
And Wholesale Druggists,
Charleston, S. C.
Da. A. J. CHINA,
Marek 1_Agent gamier 8. C.
Cheering Facts for the Billons.
Every day demonstrates more clearly that liv
er complaint, in all its distressing forms, can be
controlled snd eared without difficulty or incon?
venience. It ia SB obstinate disease, but its obs ti -
naey is nat proof against tko portia scions, reme?
dial and restorative opmatioa of Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters. Thatgenial correct ire compel*
tkc organ lodo iu duty. It HU! secrete regularly
and healthfully ander tho influence of the Bitters.
Their action brings it back fross a stat* of rebel?
lion into perfect harmony with the laws of health.
If there is costiveness,^ dissppears; if there is
s ide-ache or back-ache, it osases ; if tko skin sad
the whites of th* eyes are tinged w Ah superfluous
bile, they recover their natani hoe ,* if the sppe- j
tire is gone, it returns; if the digestion is im?
paired, it is restored; in brief, whatever the symp?
toms of the complaint may be, and whatever tko j
phase it baa assumed, a cur* is certain. Such
sn the uniform effects of this preparation where
bilious disease hss been already developed ; bat
ia cases where there is. merely a ccnstitsttoasl
tendency ts liver complaint5 it may be prevetled
throughout Life ky thc regalar ass, ia small quan?
tities, of this palatable ad tiaote. TL ssc sn provea :
mets, sad sboald bs seriously pondered--or,
rather, they should bc promptly acted npoc-by
?Jip?nos*ofwno*s bsVU. . ", -
Architect, County Susyeyor,
WILL ATTEND TO ANY BUSINESS E?
trestad to I ha with accuracy and dispatch.
Befen to FOSS OR FRIENDS. . .
Address, Manchester, S. C.
' FOB PLANTING.
OA BUSHELS PUIS DICK80N.
I O st tlM par bessel.
Fek l-Sm* Manchester, 8. C
THE FIRM OF
Friends and tbs public, that they sro constant!y
Of the Best Quality, and all Articles
usually found io a Drag Store.
Tb? business of tba House, comprising
Pharmacy and Prescription Stand,
will be arider tba special charge of Major J. B.
RUSSELL who brings to bis aid ao experience of
EIGHTEEN YEARS in the chemical combina?
tion of -Medicines.
Prompt and careful attention will be giren to
Prescriptions, and Medicines for the same can
be relied on as pare and of tbe best quality.
DRUG STORE, CORNER OF
Main and Republican Streets.
Thos. P, Upslmr's Store,
MAIN& REPUBLICAN STREETS
SUMTEH, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
announces to the publio, that he has in
stors, and will be constantly receiving, a Urge
and varied assortment of
Suitable Jbr Plantation and Family use.
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
will be allowed Merchants, and they are specially
invited to call and exaorine bis Stock, and they
will find that bis business facilities enable him to
supply them with goods
AS CHEAP AS THEY CAN BUY THEM
in any Northern or Southern Market. Come and
see for yourselves, an ocular demonstration is
Highest Market Price
paid for Cotton.
AND TUREE FOURTHS OF THE VALUE
CASH, will be advanced, on all Cotton Shipped
ta tba House in Baltimore (or which be is agent,
and it will be held over if desired. He will make
a speciality of
Com. Bacon and Flour,
which he is prepared to furnish in any qnsntity
Country Produce taken in exchange
THOS. P. UPSHUR, JB.
I Ladies ! ! I
I P. A. FOLSOM $
? OFFERS YOU BARGAINS IN .?
X Fancy Goods, and almost anything in <j>
o your Hoe. Keeps Corsets, Gloves, *>
< * Hdkfs., Hosiery, Lacee, Ea- ?
broidsry. Trimmings, T
JJ Bair Neta, Hair Pias Z
4 ? Sewiag Cotton, <J>
.t* a good arti- y
? de at 5c. ?
?Emb'dy S;Tks and Cotton, Ruffing.?, Y
Chignon?, Ribbons, White Goods, X
Calicoes, Needles, Everything ! <*>
AT REDUCED PRICES. 4
My Confectionery, I
? * Tb? first established in S oater, Y
0 Is always supplied wiib ?&
.? CHOICE CANDIES, FRUITS, ?
T Nata. Cakea, Crackers; Ac, Y
41 aad Toya, io variety. X,
'i TEA_._$1 25. X
1 ?4Bd> Reduced io30 els. per ?
t ih.iWnifcisdayi %
? Jan * F. A. FOLSOM. <>
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITE
ber friends, and particularly the
ladies of Sumter and commu?
nity to eall aad examine
Her Rich and Beautiful Stock
and Fancy Goods.
Hav'-- selected har goods personally, and
with g. ?u rare, in the New York and Baltimore
markets, sae feels confident of pleasing alt, both
as regards quality, style and price. Aa usaal,
there are away novelties for tb? season.
MISS BRITTON ia ?applied with a FIRST
CLASS MILLINER and a DRESS MAKER,
from Baltimore, who are well qualified for the
business. Tba fashions procured in New York.
ladies, sail and bave your Dresses and Hats
made in tba latest styles.
Paper patterns of Dresses, Saoqnes and other
articles of dress may be had.
Attba Ne? Store next to J. T. SOLOMONS
PERUVIAN GUAW?, GUINNAPPE,
"PLANTERS' SUPPLIES OF ALL EINDS,
Famished at lowest nies, by
WILSON ?Sr. SELBY,
No. 17 Light Street, Baltimore.
P. 0. Box, 2*4.]
fcfA. Consignments soIicUied and Liberal Ad
vanees made-en tiseaa.
Messrs. D. J. Winn, Kennedy A Holman. A.
A. Gisbert, Her. Noah Graaam.
?LEASING IUD SCOURING
Weald resp l?tfnlly aan?aeee to the eitlseas of
Swater County, that be bas taken a room in tb?
rear of Jame? Rattly'* Barber Shop, OB Maia
Street. He ?ill ha pleased ta attend te any work
ea tra ?tad ta bira, aad promises to give T tire sat
'sfsetiaa, sad to work at pri?es to sail tba tim??
_ Any ?oaJmajpi clothing ?hey wish renovated
wm^lea* calL - j ABRAHAM POWELL.
vJ?Sf ?ad BLANK BOOK
_ ?CTUEJN6 aad BINDING iaalt
Us Iran it ss, go to EDWARD FIRRY,
lat Meeting-street apasito Cherie* tsa Hotel
Bring the Cash
SAVE YOUR FUGS !
The undersigned begs" leave
to return his thanks for the
liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed upon him, and hopes
to merit a continuance of the
same. Will keep constantly on
which he will sell at a VERY
SMALL PROFIT FOR CASH.
He is compelled to make his
and hopes one and all will
SAVE THEIR FEELINGS j
AND NOT ASK FOR CREDIT.
DR. A. J. CHINA,
A. ANDERSON & CO.,
SUMTER, S. C.
Jan 4, 1871._tf_
FALL AND WINTER
I am now receiving a Large and
Complete Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CLOTHS, CASSIM ERES, TWEEDS,
Kentuckey Jeaus, of low grade? and rery j
G lures and Crarats,
ALSO A FULL SUPPLY AND VARIETY 0
XX JAL *f3CM 2s$ ss
These Goods I am determined to sell lower
than they can be bought in this market Deal- '?
inc in this line alone, I am enabled to do this.
I only ask my old friends to call and examine,
and if they do not find my goods cheaper, I will
not expect them to buy.
D. J. WINN, Agent.
Main-st ender Sumter Hotel.
L. P. LORING,
Messrs. King & Hnppman,
BA LT I Tl O HE, 91. D.
Would respectfully solicit tho patronage of his
friends and the public.
HE HAS IN STORE A COMPLETE
Stock of Hardware and
embracing every article in this line of business,
which be intends to sell at the
LOWEST PI!ICES, FOB CASH.
He will keep always in store, a eomplete assort?
Collin's Axes, Ames'Shovels and Spades,
Trace Chains, Hoes,
Rakes, Piteb Forks,
Grain Cradles, Scythe Blades,
Guano Sei ?s,
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Brass Preserving Kettles,
Tin Ware, Window <]la>s-all sires.
Persons in want of the most convenient and
eeonomieal Stoves, ean be supplied with tbe
latest improved patterns at pri?es which cannot
fail to give entire satisfaction.
Sumter Book Store.
LETTER PAPER. 10 cents, per quire.
Fools Csp paper, 16 .-ents. per quire.
Blank Books sad Diaries for 1871.
Writiag Desks and Work Boxes.
Hair Brushes and Tooth Brushes.
Combe and Fancy Anieles.
A lars* hst ?f Miscellaneous Books,
And Cheap Novels, atredueed ratea.
Jsa 19 A. WHITE * CO.
For Sale or Sent
ATBACT OF LAND near Providence, lbj
Sumter County, contain ?og 238 seres, lately
owned by C. C. Jseksoa, snd purchased bj
kin (roa Edward L. Marrar sad Wife, Term'J I
accommodating. Apply to Richard!oa 4 Son, et j
Samter, 8. C.
G. W. WITTE.
Feb 15- If
?PED MD HELD.
Are prepared to make liberal
Advances on Cotton?
and to hold the same until the
owners order sale at'
Seven per cent Interest.
Chas. H. Moise & Co.
SUMTER, g. C.
Force Pump?! &c.
We are prepared to furnish all
kinds of the above at
Call and examine Catalogue.
(U II. MOISE & CO.
Sumter, S. C.
ENGLISH POSTER ft
FOR SALE AT
3Tew Hyson Tea of Good
Quality, at 80c- per lb.
For sale at
Low for Cash.
DOING STRICTLY A CASH
business, I am prepared to
offer inducements to
cash buyers, and
invite an ex?
of my Stock, which is complete,
Calico, Dress Goude, Jaconet Cambrics,
Plain, Striped and Plaid Swiss Muslins,
Nainsook Madias, Scutch and Domestic
Lon* Cloths, Table Damasks,
Bleached and Brown Sheetings,
Brown Homespuns, Plaid Homespuns,
Ose aba rg*. Jean?, Tweeds, Casa ?mers,
Kcrfey, Blankets, Shawls, Cloaks,
Irish Linen, Linen Cambric Hh'dkfs,
Silk Hh'dkfs, Ladies and Get ts Linea
Collara, Luce Collars, Ruffles,
Insertions and Edgings.
Dress Trimmings, Ready Made Clothing.
Shins Drawers Ac.
Riding and Driving Bridles, Reins,
Martingales, Breast Strapps, Ac.
Fall assortment of Hardware, and Pocket
and TaUe Cutlery,
' In plantation implements I have a good
Patent Plow?, Irons, Weeding Hoes,
Spades, Shot els, Forks, Trace?,
Harness, Collars, Plow Bridles,
Back Bands, Leather. Lines Ac,
My Oroeery is well supplied with
Sugar of all kinds.
Coffee, Tea, Soap, Starch, Spires,
Cundles, Cheese, Macaroni, Molasses,
Bacou, Lard, Flour, Salt, Mackerel,
Nails, Pots, Orcns, Spiders, Kettles,
Stew Pans, ?c., -ilsoa full assortment of
Crockery, Glass Ware,
Tin Ware, Wood Ware,
which will be sold low, and rnly for tbe cash.
1 A/ l Bushels prime Seed Oats,
I UU i?i aal? by A. A. SOLOMONS.
loo.ooo *t!snf *-*.*
March 1_A. A. SOLOMONS.
for sale by A. A. SOLOMONS.
Mar -h I
YOUNG MULE?, just broken,
J for eal? by A. A. 80L0M0NS.
March I_ _
FOR SALE BT
A. A. SOLOMONS
. Afvbl for Manu adorers.
The extensive use of thcoe watches for the laat
fifteen yeera by Railway Conductors, Engineers
and Expressmen, the vost exacting of watch
wearers, bis thoroughly demonstrated the
strength, steadiness, durability and acuiraey of
the Waltham Watch. To satisfy that class in all
these respects, is to decide the question as to the
real raine of these time-keepers.
More than 600,000 of these watches are now
speaking for themselves in thc pockets of the
people-a proof and a guarantee of tbeir superi?
ority over all others.
Tho superior organization and great extent of
the Company's Works at Waltham, enables them
to produce watches at a pried which tenders
competition futile, and those who buy any other
watch merely pny froni 25 to 50 per ccu: more
for their watches than is ucccssaay.
These time-pieces combine every improvement
that a long experience has proved of real prac?
tical ore. Haring had tLe refusal of nearly
ercry invention in watch-making originated in
this country or in Europe, only those were finally
adopted wlich severe testing by the most skil
full artisans in our works, and long use on the
part of the public, demonstrated to be essential to
correct and enduring time-keeping.
Among the many improvements we would par
Tho invention and use of a centre pinion of
peculiar construction, to prevent damage to the
train by the breakage of main-springs, is original
with the American Watch Company, who, having
had the refusal of ali other contrivances, adopted
Fogg's pat:ut pinion ad Icing thc best and fault?
Hardened ami tempered hair-springs, now
universally admitted by Watchmakers to be the
best, are used iu all grades of Waltham Watch?
All Waltham Watches have dust p.oof caps,
protecting the movement from dost, and lessening
the necessary of the frequent cleaning necessary
in other watches.
Our new patent stem winder, or keyless watch
is already a decided success, and a great im?
provement on any stem winding watch in the
American market, and bv far the cheapest watch
of its quality now offered to the public. To those
living in portions of the United States where
watchmakers do not abound, watches with thc
above mentioned improveman?s which tend to
ensure accuracy, cleanliness, durability and con?
venience, must prove invaluable.
The trade? arks of the various styles made by
the Company ara as follows :
AMERICAS WATCH Co., Waltham, Mass.
Aux. WATcn Co., Waltham, Miss.
AMERICAS WATCH Co., Crescent St., Waltham,
APPLETOX, TRACT A Co., Waltham, Mas?,
AMBRICAX WATCH Co, Adams St., Waltham,
WALTHAM WATCH CO., Walthnm, Mass.
P. S. BARTLETT, Waltham Mass.
Wv. ELLERT, Waltham, Mas*.
Bona WATCH CO., Boston, Mass.
Examine the spelling of these names carefully
before baying. Any variation even of a ringle
letter, indicates a counterfeit.
For sale by all leading jewelers. No watches
retailed by the Company.
An illustrated history of watch-msking, con?
taining much useful information to wttch-wearers
sent to any address on application.
HOBBINS Jc APPLETON,
General .1 ?rentsfor America i Watch Co.,
18'i Broadway, New York.
B-BB .? lal. ? ll Ililli NH
Hand and Machine Sewing.
J & PEATS'
SIX-CORD IN ALL NUMBERS,
From No. S to No. 100 inclusive.
FOR SALE BV
All Dealers in Dry Goods anti Notions.
DR. S. S. FITCH'S FAMILY PHYtiYCIANj
90 pnges ; sent by mall free. Teache
how to core all diseases of theporson, skin, hair.
eye?, complexion. Write to 714 1.roadway, N, Y.
A Great Offer . 4SI Broadwav N.Y.,
will di>po?eofOne Hundred PIANOS. MKI.OHKONS.
and OBGAXS of ?ix first-class makers, including
Water?', at BXTBKMXLY LOW MUCKS, FOR CASH.
OCBtxo TRIS MONTH, or will take a part rash and
baianeein monthly or quarterly ins'allmen*?.
BLOO MINGTON ? ILL ? NURSERY.
19th Year. 600 Acres. 13 Grcenbosscs. Largest
Assortment-all sises. Best Stock ! Low Prices !
Would yon know What, When, How to Plnnt !
Fruit, Shade, Evergreen Tree?, Root Grafts,
Seedling?, Osage Plants, Apple Sec!, Karly Rose
Potatoes, Shrubs, Roses. Greenhouse and Garden
Plants, (tc, A. Flower and VctrttaMe Seeds !
F Best, Hoyt collection-Sortsan I quality. Scud
10 cents for New, Illustrated. Descriptive Cata?
logue-90 page?. Send ?tamp, eich, f?r Cata
logues of Seed?, with plain directions-61 pages:
Uedding and Garden Plants-pages, and
Wholesale Price List-24 paje--. Address F. K.
PH (KN IX, Bloomington, Illinois.
A. B. FARQUHAR,
Proprietor ef Pennsylvania Agricultural Work?.
Manufacturer of Improved [YORK, PSNX'?.
mcraiwawTTT^ so1*1"0 STEEL SWEEPS.
STEEL FLOWS. SHOVEL
J. IMO MACHIXBS.&CAC.
Send for Mutated Catalog
FOR 18 PER LINE
We will insert on advertisement
In Ten First Class
Sonth Carolina Newspapers.
Including One Daily.
We rerer to the publisher of this paper, t<>
whom our responsibility is woll known.
LIST SE XT FREE.
Address GEO. P. LOWELL k CO.,
Nos. 40 ? 41 Park Row, New York.
5TO $1?PER DAY 3% IMS
who engage in our new business make from $5
to $10 per day in their own localities. Full
particulars and instruction? sent free by ?nail.
Those in need of permanent, profitable work
should address at ?nee, GEORGE STINSON
A CO.. Portland. Maine.
EMPLOYMENT for All.
OQA SALARY PKU IV KKK AND
$Ov expenses, pani Agents, to .?eil mir new
and useful discoveries. Address B. SWEET A
Co.. Marshall Mich._
M PLO Y M EMT, business fr all.-Lest lu
dostrial 8?pa ie Newg'.i.pcr. 50 cts. per
year. Send stamfor cop;. PATENT STAR,
SADLER BROM.. Manufacturers of Cheap
Jewclrj. Circular scot free. So. Attlcboro,
1ft9fl ?SE IHt "VEGETABLE 1Q7A
Pulmonary Balsam," XOlU
The old standard remedy for L-ughs, Co'ds, Con
.amplicn. "Sotting belter." CCTLKK BCOS. A
PSYCHOMANCY.-Any lady or gentleman
can make SI.OOO a month, secure their own
napping . and iudepeadooce. by obtaining PS Y
CUoMANcY, FASCINATION, or SOUL
CHARMING. 400 pager ; cloth. Full in.-iruc
tiona tn use this power over men or anima'* at
will. b?w tn M estuerif*, b*fnmt Trance or Wri.
lng Mediums, Divination, Spii dualism, Alchemy.
Philompy of Omens and Dreams. Brigham
Young's Harem. Guide te Marriage, Ac. all eon
tamed ia this bowk ; 100,000 sold ; price by mail,
tn cloth $1,25. paper covrra $1. Any person
willing t J act as agent will receive a Sample copy
.f the wwrk free. At no capital U repaired, all
desirous ef genteel emplayamai should send for
the book, co-rosing ?Q eta. fia pe*t?ge, to T. W.
EV ? SS A CO , 41 ???Ah *ib , PhiL-vfcll bia
f % % ? * '? *> * a
TO THE WfRKIN? CLASS-TT? arc B~W
prepared to furnish nil elasm with casual
employment at home, thc tvho',? of th? time or
for t??c .?paie moments. Business new. lipht, and
profitable. Persons of efcbeT yes easily carn
(rom Wc. tu $5 per ere? tug, and a prop?rt?o??l
tum by dc?ot:np their erhole time to the business.
Boye end girl* eura ucarty a.? much as men.
That all Hbo sec this notice ?my send their ad?
dress, (?nd test tho biivvcs?. wc ir.a?:e the un?
paralleled oner : To ?Beb as ?rc T>TI ?rell satis
fled, wo will send ?1 to pay for tn? trouble of
writing. Full particul?r.<!, a valoaWe rsm pl?
which will do to cnimcn-'C work on, ?cd a e>?py
of The Pewp/e'. Lite nry Companion-one of tea
largest and best family newspapers ever published
-all sent free by ma3. Header, if y? u want
perm.-.nett profitable work, address
E. C. ALLEN. A CO.. AccrsTA. M \ v
AVOID QUACKS.- A victim of early fawk,
cretion. causing atr * oas debility, pre? arura
decay, ?tc. haring tried in vain every nd\?-ri>cd
remedy, ba? a .?implo means ?.f self cure, which
hu will .?cn I free to lils fellow sa Seren?. Ad?
dress J. H. TUTTLE. 7S Nassau st., y ? w V-rk.
??KAT MEDICAL BooK and FRENCH
SBCBETS for Laoir* and tient.-. Scot
lice for 2 scamps. Dr. Bonaparte & Co., Cin?
Ip'iMXG AX? SlMMKfT
HI li BOSS,
Millinery and Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONGTCATOR & co.,
IJirORTKIIS AXI> JOBBKRS OF
Bonw-t. T imtning nn<? Velvet Ribbons,
Bonnet Silk-, Satin.? and Velvet.*,
Blom**, Nett." Crapes, Rucl.cs,
r lowers. Feathers, Ornaments,
Straw Connels a;id Ladies' Hat*-Trim?
med and Untrimmed,
Shaker Hoods, Ac.
237 ?4239 BALTIMORE STREET.
Offer the largest Stock to be found in this
Country, and unequalled in choice variety and
cheapness, Comprising thc latest Europe.iu Nov?
Order.? sol'cifed and prompt attention gi'cn.
THE SUBSCRIBER INFORMS fl IS
? Friends .ind Customer* that he oas received
and will continue to receive
KEW A-VD CHEAP FURNITURE,
TO SUIT THE TIMES.
His Stock consists of almost every artie'e in that
SOFAS. SIDE-BOARD*, BOOK-CASES,
Wardrobes. Extention Tables,
Sitting and Rocking Chair*, of every kind
Crib?. Cradles,Trundles Cottage Bedsteads
Some more of those CHEAP COTTAGE SET?,
Mest Safes, Window Shades and Wall
Papering-all low for CASH.
J. E. Snares.
Main Street, opposite Exjyrcss Off?>x
Entrance from Stair Csseon Main Street to
F. HALTO?? FOLSOM,
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
SUMTES, S r.
C..l?s the attention of thc put.Iic to his . .<?. rt
Jcwe?ry. Si?....?acl s
and a Fine Article of SILVER PL VZVto WAKE,
Bridal Present*. *e.
Pcr-ons purch:,sin?r of bim ran rest as^-ir. tl of
getting articles a- rej rvsented. AU wot? ia u y
line neatly r-p;iire I and guaranteed.
Rmtomf to the ?>iw? rrmrf/jf
na* Ejrprrx* C'tfiwg.
O.t.i _"_ _
Would c.iii ?pc- ia? altin ?on tc. thc LAU ?"ST
and BEST stick i f
OFFHHKl) IN THIS MARK;-:?
As Burners, Rim*. \\ ?ck?, CLAaiueyj?, Si a i??
?tc., in great rarietj a?na: s . n brad.
Ne^ Safety Burner.
Call and examine it.
CANDIES from 20 cents lu $; 22 ? r, -
FRUIT-all Kin ls.
FANCY GROCERIES AN?? r.Vd.LV Ni t'
J. N. SPANtf, Agent.
AT DA KG A N'S LATE STAND.
FOR ALL RINDS OF
Books and Stationary,
Gc to EDVARD PKRItV.
159 M?c'iiu it.?Jet, . p.o.-.ti: ?i j ,i n ?