Newspaper Page Text
lie Silier Watcliman.
Y. PAXTON - - BUSINEvSS MANAGER
aaV* AU Transient Advertisements, and all
' Work matt be paid for in cash. This will
??erred without distinction. Subscription!
Uso payable in advance.
JP* Applications for Job Work will be oscde,
ie office, to THOS. E. PLOWERS.
ie WATCHMAN books are in the keeping of W.
'AXTON, who will receipt for monies due and
id to all matters connected with the Adver
g or Subscription departments.
t'~ Our Advertising friends are requested to
in their favors not later than Monday.
ii TER MAH ARRANGEMENTS
CBAROB 07 SCHEDULE.
'* ?ai " ?Loses. OPENS,
rthcrn, ', 1ft: ~h? M. 1 P. M
tbern, . .. 11:10/A, H A. M.
hning. on Mon
< and ?bnrsday, 6.-9C A. M. 5:00 P. M.
h'ville on Mon
. and Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M
ce Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M.
M opens Sunday from 12:.".0 to 1:30 P. M.
T. B. JOHNSON, P. M.
anuary 25th, 1 Sri. tf
Kal* It wiir be seen bj a notice of |
k A. WHITNEY. SDDER, that
Sons interested in thc cotton Tax,
I farther their interest by calling on
??* DuriDg this week only returns of j
sonal Property may be made to the
ioty Auditor at his c*nV. Parties
making their returns are liable to a
aity of 50 per cent, on their return
The ladies of the Baptist Church
ll ciscuntinue, after this day, until
rthcr notice, their Ice Cream enter
?nmentg. We ask for the ladies, io
?ing their very pleasant entertain?
ers, a liberal/patronage. Besides the
lightfal cream, music may be expected
[The ladies of the Methodist Church
ll hold their entertainments on
[ursday instead of Friday.
The Columbia Pltcenix, of
th inst., says :
The work is being pnshed forward
?idly on the Wilmington, Columbia
1 Augusta Railroad. The iron is
rn as far as Hopkins'-about twelve
les below Columbia. The road will
&op?3 to this city by the 1st of Octo
|fhe abuse heaped upon Mr. KENNE
's recently published poem, by the
?ical papers, has caused many to read
ho would oot otherwise have done
The poem is intensely Soothera
hot against oppressors of the peo
and hence "the galled jade winces."
A Bite? Pf ctn re.
t'assengers, letters and papers for
iter leave Charleston at the same
r. The plsseugers reach Sumter
same day at 6 p. m. The letters
papers reach here the next day at
a. Wilmington and Augusta and
|umbia papers reach here at noon oo
of publication, aod Charleston
>ers tvccnty'fouT hours later. llave
Charleston exchanges oothiog to
to thc P. O. Departmeot?
e enjoyed recently, some of fhe
beef of the season, fat, juicy and
er, a present from our kind friend
brother typo, M. J. DAVID, who,
jil be Been by his advertisement, is
ged in the butchering business. Our
End MANLY has abandoned the
es, for the present, and we almost
?y bim bis relaxation, from thc case,
?ng the sweltering days of August,
commend him and Dis choice beef
be patronage ot our citizens, and
lt he ni':-y find for it ready sale.
Rev. D. M cQ ii ecu, D. D.
^?"reprint OD another page from the
Irleston Courier, a letter which we
will interest many of oar readers
takes deservedly honorable mention
hncn who are highly esteemed
Irevcr known, and gives to Sumter
jame and a prominence over the
? circulation to which the Courier
8 the utterances of Juhl.
re learn that Rev. D. MCQOEEN
accepted an invitation, from a
Ithy Virginian, to visit the Old Do?
on and enjoy a few weeks recreation
is guest, bis host haviog on several
?, to Sumter formed quite an at
aeoi 4o the genial Presbyteriao
r. Dr. MCQUEEN'S church has
him leave of abseoce for this
(ose, aod be leaves for Virginia
week. It it understood that his
\\t will be supplied te far as practica
loriog his absence.
lovers of Dark neat.
the RadicaJ papers io this State
Ki their billings gate against Rev.
IRARDZAU'S address ta menoricun
e Confederate dead and the cause
roten they died, it is simply be
ie-'-'Ahej love darkness rather than
Decause their deeds treevil." The
bate? ?Seltnes* as something to
lb he can. never attain; and the
[cal hates parity, refinement and
totten and everything whieh ls
ly, and of good rep?W, ir things
J>ird iii? reaeh and foreign to all hi*
oiations. The anthems of the
pfeim ?d the glitter of the golden | j
eta, raise a fresh howl from: thoa*
goish t?efr ' teeth rn the: I rack*
of darire'eas iotefJer. Th?* howlsta
Radical .p&::mti?'- iii scilUwig
oyqr the Memorial scene at
The Edgefield Adcert?er, of the 10th
instant, says : : "Wc learn that the
South Carolin! Club, composed of m tey
of the most prominent and' refined
gentlemen of the State, and over which
Major William T. Gory, oar talented
and accomplished yoong townsman,
presides as President, have determirred
to give one of the moat elegant balls
ever given in Sooth Carolina. This
ball trill be given at Colombia, oo
Thursday evening, the 9th November
next, during tb 2 great fair of the State
The Cbarlestoo Newt,of JOtb
inst, says : Themas Byres and Frank
Clark, two privates io Company 6. of
the 7th United States C.-valry,stationed
at Sumter, S. C., were arrested".^ the
detectives yesterday morning onboard
the steamship South Carolina, charged
with desertion. The prisoners arrived
here yesterday morning by the Sooth
Carolina Railroad, and bad bought their j
tickets for New York when captured.
They will bc sent this morning to their j
Godey*** Lady's Boot?
This popular Magazine, for Septem?
ber, has been received, and is for sale j
at the Sum; er Book Store.
The inhabitants of Wyoming brew]
many troubles but no beer.- WU. Jour. 1
Just so friend Journal, bot their]
"Bear" is "broia" itself.
At New York on 15th inst, in better
demand at lower prices. Upland 18}.
[For the Sumter Watchman.]
Mr. Editor: Io common with all others
interested in the prosperity of our little
Town, I waa mach pleased to see you
calling attention, in your last issue, toan
evil that threatens seriously the trade
and business of this place. We cannot
pay the heavy freights now charged to
and from thia point, and compete suc?
cessfully with out more favored neigh?
bors. Jost after and since the close
of the war, oar merchants, despite the
hi^h tariffs of freight then tn existence,
by their energy liberality and fair deal
ing, built up a business for Sumter sur-'J
passed perhaps bot by two cities in the]
State, the benefit of which she is still
enjoying. Bat as other Railroads have
been extended and other points pat ia
communication rith the coast at less
cost than that we have to bear, trade
naturally taking t he channel with the
least impediments tCill give as the go by,
and pour its benefits into the laps of
our enterprising neighbors. Under these
circumstances, Ma. EDITOR, it becomes
as not only to write about it, and talk
about it, but to do something to bring;
this existing state of facts to thc atten?
tion of our Rail Road authorities so
plainly that they can but see that a
continuance will only result io ultimate;
serious damage to Sumter, aod loss to
themselves-for the business of this
place is no inconsiderable item to the
In all of our dcaliogs with the present
govern meat of the W. C. & A. Rail
Road, we have foo ad them io variably
courteous attentive and disposed as far
as they could with justice to themselves,
to grant any favors or accommodations
asked, and if we will take the necessary
steps to put this ?alter fairly before
them, we feel little doubt that tba cvH
complained of will be remedied, at least
io a meibure.
It is well worth he trial by those
Wc atv a gentleman a few days ago whase
Soger had bean painfully mashed just at the nail.'
He risely applied Dana r's PaorarLACtie Fa,CID,
itld exofrienend instan : relief.
' Siena of tba Zodiac.
. (. . fl .
A philosopher in the Wes!,'grown'in to afemi-.
.ation of thc Cherry Pectoral, writes Dr. Ayaf-,
or instructions under which sign he shall bc j
?led, which blistered, aid whieb vomited, ansi
mder which be snail take Ayer's Pills for an
iffection of the liver : alto under which sign bia
??fe should commence ta take the Sarsaparilla
'or Y ar ailment. He adda that be already knows
0 wean bia calves nadar Taurus, change bia
pig* in Scorpio, eat hts bair in Aries, and soak
-is feet in Piata? or Aeqnarina as their condition
Scboolmarters, ?tart irr Wisconsin, and virrr
Mr. Barn when yoa gat Clere. [Loweri Dalry"
GOUDEYSYILLE, BtflOIf CO., S*. ?.
If taara. Do wie, Mola? A Dar li,
Dca* SxftA.-Haarjr Moot*, ?taam known
in tai? aeigbborbnod, bad bectrme very mack
.?a?m^'m-w?uawad attacks of ?Ck If? and
p*v*7." aad bad f??adl no*r?i*?f fte**- quinine er
jut can ouiaalvwl ewfgj WK W.f^lST,9
lave sold U>*m. tkaj M^RSjjp^?o^
"por ?al* by all DT**gfi*t?. . '
Pickled B?e? ? * - 1 tf Cts.' per lb:
Western Butter, - SSc.ffci'ib.
\ ? ? ' i I'
Best ?osien Butte**, on Ice/
50 cents per pound."
?reafcfast Strips/ ^iSfei^erlbj
..af.'i *?.??... ...'.?'.. .' UH
^--"?-'ir bira ?.riilij'-'. Voil .iii'i^ ,7,ra?fl
Sugar Cured Hams, 20C^r"Jb.
Lotf Stades Flours, ft? pet bbl.
Su^r ?lou*-, * - $7 per bbl.
ClarifiedSugar, . 14c. per lb.
.V :>i ? ?Ci 1%. "wi >
More of tbat Hyson T?,. at
75 cents: p?r> pound. ? 1
hm .i%..?.?. ,6oe:a .?:r. .? .. .
Genuine "Pieper & Co.,"
Pints and Quarts. ; .
j. .-ri .v..~ .-^i>. .?>. . . - ? ; j.
Best Scotch Ale
Wild Cherry: jfrandy.
?*** <L2/.Xo4aX'JXJZ .i.: ..?... ITMAW .1
?.T?. ?;.:.:.) .-. .:-i...- T . > ?. - .
;..-.>.' iuq . : ila -o'*
Just Received and for Sale bjj*
GtmR Moise & Co.,
jnyat- ? .. - . 21 : :
AN GRIS IIS ANCE
To Amend an. Ordinance entitled uAn
Ordinance tinder' ?Le YtQfh Section of
the Act approved QtK cf Marchall,
authorizing the, Intendant and War?
dens of the Toten oj Sumter u To make
roch Ordinances ai they may deem
. expedient in relation to licensing per?
sons who are or may be engaged in
! axer! carrying ok amy. bittiness within
the corporate Imite: Ratified ike. 5 th
juMct A.M,mi: ... ,
De ;t'f>r'diifleo?>' tie IntAh?aVt *Bd Wandte?
of th? To WO. of So BR? i? CeMtU asiemfcled,
Tfcnt ?o meefaef flieellB 0Hftrf?i?a\0t4inance
a? ii exjroietf fn't^^ lg.
reculer merchant*" ?ri?. .cfrcb ^?o^'lr?, bc
i? en de?, to nwd *. fouoir^Ti? : Oil Aftne'm
(not herein n>eeiallj mentioned) C??TI?* -OT bj
o'her ?jr.ft'TeirrfarmersbiBU, Sit. ***
sgCTJ.0.5- ll-That M B\|? o/StetlfEFVlI
cf ?wd OrdlstQM.M^f uprrtMd io rh? Cai low
ijrg word* Md figi rac, ?ii : "IumaetAfMeiec,
(for ?MTI Ag???7) UV h* - wdnd to md M
fotloiri : Inrtrance Agffl?H* (os Mteh Anotj,)
SSC. Iftr-TMt ioao? rf fcWlon Til of
Mid Ordinasev<m impone ? tmnmi Tax upon
w*hofe?ale ?ud RcUfi .?e&ter? itt'Goode, Ware?
?ad Merehfen?iie fotneV than Sphitcotu Liqno?)
ba tafBf)a4e4 ta raad aa W low? :.. . ,
OD'?**? He tail DeaJerte Qoad*, Wvtts
Md l?er?hiadire (ofirer th? SpWtnaa't
Liquor?} whoaa aooBAi aai?a do aol ?x-.
?.ed ?re tboasmad dollar?, Ai 00
0? each' D???er ia G eod? 1Tam md J*er- '
?SApdiw (other than Spriitooo* LU
qnor?) whoa? annual aalw?,??lM? ?f?
tbow?nd doilan biU do oat axeaad Un ,
thoataad dollar?? 10 CO
0a fczeb Datier IB G oodi, Warta aad M?r
ebaadlu (other than Splritnoni Lt*
qoort) whoa? annaal aale? ?zeeed t?a
thousand dollar?, bat de oct exceed
tirent/ujoasanddollar?, 16 Ob
0a ea?h Dealer il Gooda, VtsTH aad ?
M?rtft?awi4a(ota?t ?M^??fli Li?
quors) whoa? aa ?aal aaiaa exceed $20
m, \mi*e ssttjueawd t*AM, JO H.
OB each Dealer ia Gooda, WUTM aod I .?Hi
, Merehaodrxe, (otbe?thanSpirltoow Li?
quors,) ?boa? annual ?ala? exoaod
tM,m, but do ?ot oxoaH tUft.OOO, - ?6 Ot
0? eaci Dealer lo .Oo^da^lian? aa4 ; ?
Merahaadia?, (otbf.tbwc flr>rt>ufiu? Li; .
quoi)?,) ' ? bose ann aal sale? exceed"
^ WO bet do a ot exceed f 50,000, 50 0*
On ear? Dealer in Gooda, Warts and
Ifcicbaudls?, (tt*>er thea Pi?1tai?u 14
quoTi,T who?? ann ?Ali aalet exceed
$50,000, bat do wt ?xcu?d$A0,?M, SAM
OB eera Deafer to Ooeds, W?ret awl .
Mere&aadl?, (etb?r?baa Bpirtto??? 14?' ;
qaon,) whet? Maw?, arftt exceed
Itja^tortetoMl waaMw^im . 41 N
(to tara Dealer te ****** Wartt and
ltereaa?wite, (otber ?baa Bytrftaoai LU
pym wA'ttottet titotd m,-s, di 04
rto .tera Dealer ia ?ocdi, Warts a?3 i
Mercbaadtae, (other tba? Spiritaoes Li
$90,00l bat de ?ot exeead $104,0?, W Of
0? tack D*J?r ft^.W>es M4 i
Kerebaadiae, (oibtr tba? SffaitorasM
[L. ff.] day of July, A. Di, rae rt Kin a ?if*t
>Mii?j sai stiralj saa
AM ? Sf9'
? m+ ?j 'j-y a,?.". 1 ;'i?.
FRESE AND PURE
ALWAYS ON BAND.
PRESCRlfTIONa CQMrWflE^WiTH ?ARE
AT ALL HOURS.
?H? FIRM OF
JpSPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR
Friends ?nd UM pcblic, thai tbey m oonstsxtly
Of the Best Quality, and all Articles
usually found in a Drug Store.
The btt*?D?M of tb? Ilon?e, comprising
Pharmacy and Prexcrrpt?m Stand,
will be nader tbe special charge of Major J. B.
RUSSELL who brings to Ms aid an exp?rience of J
EIC HTEEN TEARS to the chemical combina?
tion of Medicines. -
Prompt and earefel attention ?will be giren te
Prescriptions, and Medicines for tbe same cst
be relied on as pare aad of tba last qeality.
DRUG STORE, CORNER OF
Main and Republican Streets.
ADRIAN & V?LLERS,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
WE KEEP THE HOST COMPLETE AS?
TO BS FOUND IN ANT SOUTHERN MAR
- . keL Onr Line of
Of every kind il complete, and at prices that eat j
Off all inducements to send orders North. Close J
baying cuitomcrs. will find that they tare mony
by ordering from ns. Oar Catalogne for tbe spring
trade is inusjully full.
Wines, Liquors & Tobacco.
Whiskey, Oin, Ram,
Brandy, Wince, Bitters,
Ale, Porter, Ac
Chewing Tobacco j in caddies and } boxes, of j
Smoking Tobacco, all kind/, In |, I, i and
Segars, a good many different sorts and all
The shore we offer to the trade low fer CASO
. ADRIAN & VOLLER8,
* March 17_Wilmington, N. C.
16,000 BUSHELS CORN,
8,000 Barrels Floor,
IS? Barrels Pork,
90 Boxes D. S. ead L. C. Sides,
SO 3bds..D. S. aid Smoked Sides and
Shoal de ra,
450 Sacks Rio, Java and Lagnayra Coffee,
20 Uh ls. Deaurara aad P. R. Sogar,
150 Rbis. Refined Sogar-all grades,
350 Hbda. Coba Molasses,
? 150 Bbl*. Coba Molasses.
. 150 Hhds. 8ogar ?louse Molasses,
100 . Bbl?, Sogar House Molasses,
390 Bales Hay,
2,000 gseka Sail
150 Bbl?, and Boxee Crackers,
15 Tabs Better,
300 Boxes Soap,
ISO Casee Lye and Potash,
76 Rbis, aad Taba Lard. i
, 75 Bbla.end Kita Mackerel,
75 Boies Tobacco,
80 Boxes Soda,
150 Kegs Nails,
00 Boxes Cheese),
"For salo b>
, . / ?, F. W. KERCHXER,
.. 27, 28 ond 29 North Water Street,
May 10 . . Wilmington, N. Cg
XHB ONLY STRICTLY
Grocery and Liquor House j
THE UNDERSIGNED, begs lease te,
?all the attention of kb friends ?ad tba
pabrie generally te kia
NSW AND. WELL SELECTED
" * STOCK OF
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Wkiehhsof ?relowfor CASH ONLY.
tSsV. AU artielae warranted as recommended
?ST Pera Medwiaal Liqeore kept constantly
J. ?1. EBERHART.
Xi TZ' 3k? 3FL f
Near the Sumter Depot
ess* ttl wo.;- UJLS?xUil?J'
mn* r. *?
5 V_K }
Thos, T, Upstair^ Store,
M?JN ? ??PUBLICAN STREETS
SUMTER, S. C.
TES ?NBEP.S?GN?D RESPECTFULLY
announces to the pnblie, that he bee ia
? ?tore, ead will be constantly receiving, a large
aaa* Tarred assortment of
Suitable for Plantation and jFan??y usa
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
will be allowed Merchants, ead they are specially
invited to cali and exaarino bia Stock, and they
wilt fled that bia business facilities enable Mm to
rappiy them with gooda
?S CHEAP AS THEY CAN BU? THEM
in ody Northern or Southern Harket. Come and
see for yourselves, an ocular demonstra ti cm is
Highest Market Price
paid for Cotton.
AND TUREE FOURTHS OF THE VALUE
CASH, wiil be advanced, on all Cotton Shipped
to the HouaeTio Baltimore for wbicb be ia agent;
I and it will be held over if desired. He will make
! a speciality of
Corn, Bacon and Flour,
wbieh be ia prepared to famish in any quantity
Customers and Familiea purchasing
their supplies at my establishment, can bare
them delivered free of charge, at their residences
within the Umita of the tova.
Country Produce taken in exchange
TAOS. T. ?JPSHUR, Ja.
HOYT & FOLSOM,
WATCHMAKERS ANO JEWELERS, .
JU A IN STREET, SUMTER, S. C.
WE, the undersigned, having fm med a co?
partnership, on the 5th Jane, 1871, under
the name and atyle of HOYT A FOLSOM, would
respectfully announce to the publio of Sumter,
aid the adjoining counties, that wo are now pre?
pared to ox?ente all work entrusted* to us with
promptness, and ia a workmanlike manner.
OUR STOCK will embrace the latest styles of |
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
All of which will be sold st the lowest cash
F. H. FOLSOM,
At Hoyt's Old Stand Main Street,
the genuine DIAMOND SPECTACLES,
manufactured by J. E. SPENCER A CO., New
York, alwaya on hand.
fJIHE undersigned having just received a Soo
S PREFABED TO FURNISH
Monumental & Cemetery Work,
of all kind'
io ? manner that will compare fa vorably with
eny work in bis linc. Having received a liberal
patronage heretofore, be continues to iori te all
who may be desirous of any thing ya his line to
gire him a call."
De defies competition in prices.
fSt- Positively no work delivered ia thc future
until poid for.
TT. P. SMTTH.
6 L 0 T 'HI Mt G,
D. J. WINN, Agent,
No* stas'io Store a Large and Careful?
ly selected Stock of
Spring aM Summer Goods,
WHICH HE GUARANTEES AS RKPRR
SSNIED, SU-tn AS
~ CLOfH"fNG-Fine, Medium and-Comrnon.
Cloth? sad Cassimeree,
Fine LA* Twoeds, .
', Brown Linens,
! Sbirti. . .
Glove? ead Crav*U,
" '" .Tl ".
which bo pledges himself to sell low fer cash.
CHARLOTTE, N. V.
REV. R. BURWRLL. > pn,m..9ktM
/OHM B. BU&WELL, A. at. }
THE 14th ANNUAL SESSION commence? .
on the ?nd October next, ?ad eoatiaaoti
until 30tb of June, 1872.
This sobeo) is believed te poseeos peculiar ad.
vaniiignsfoi*yoong Ladre* to acquire a finished
education, im ol) branches usually Uaght ia first
eJoos Female Se? i naries.
. Cirtatar sal Catrlngne f*M*\?g full par
?ewls?^as ^tem*Ae., forwarded oa appllca
New Style Window
A JINS ewortmeat of WQODEE VINDO W
A SHADES, 9bieh for their darabUity excel
all others. For sale at Ibo Sam tor Furniture
iWare-roewM. / j. g. S?MlrlE? Agnat. ''
TH? S?f&CtfIBER INFORMS
* Friends and Castos*er? Itet b a b as received
and will continue to receive
NEW AND CB??P PVBNITf?jS,
TO St?T THE TtMS?. :'
Bte Stoefc Consists of almost titi j article la thai
Ira?, TU: .
Wardrobes, Extention Tables,
Sitting ind Boobing Chairs, of every kind
Cribs, Cradles, Trun dies Cot tage Bedsteads
j ead Mattreste?.. . .
Some t?ore cf thdso CHEAP C0TTA?I SETS
Most Safes, Window Shades and Wal
Papering-all low for CASH.
I E Snares,
Atti? Street, opposite ?xpress Office
. Entrance from Stair Case cn Main Street to
FURNITURE ROOMS- ? " .?
SINGER'S NEW FAMILY
Staads unrivalled by any other manufacturer in
tho whole world.
Tbe sales for last year IS70. 137,833, being
over forty four thousand mora than aaj other
It will .hem, AU, bind, gather tack ead in fact
do all that can possibly be done by machining In
tho most perfect manner. *? '
A full assortmen t of silk twist, colon t?ea, I
tee dies for all the lending styles of machines and
a general stock of attachsoeotr and sewing ma?
chines goods generally.
GEO. E. NEWELL, 'J
Agent Singer Sewing Machine.
. ' Ne. 9 South Front St.
April 19-8m_' ? 'J
NOAH WALKER & CO.
Celebrated Clothiers ?fl
BALTIMORE, MD, Q
Aneoaitcc the introduction of a ?lan'of ordering j
CLOTHING AND UNDERWEAR
- te wbiebtbey cal! yoar special Attention.
They will tend on application their- improved
RULES FOR SELF.MEAg?REMENT,
and a fall line of samples from their Immense
stock of CLOTHS, CASSI HERBS, COAT?
INGS, SHIRTINGS, tc, Ac, thus enabling
parties in any part of the country, to order their j
Clothing and Shirts direct from them, with th? |
certainty of receiving garments of
TIte Very Latest Style
And Most Perfect Fit
Ooo's ordered will he sent by Express to any
part of thc country.
As is well known flifMIJrlJUBt- the Southern
States they have for FORTY-THREE YEARS.)
in all departments of their business, which b a
substantial guarantee as to the character of the
Ooods they will send eat.
A large and weil assortedeto?k of
alway? on hand, - together With a fall line of
FURNISH INO GOODS
including all lb?latest NovelHea In Design, and nt ;
. ; POPULAR PRICES.
When qoed* ?re ?eal per Express C. 0 D.,
there wi!! be no collection charge, on amounts of |
$20 ?ni ?ver
Roles for Self-Mansuremcnt, J Samples of|
Goods and Price List sent//*? on application.
The attenti n of the Trude 1.? inviced to onr
WU OLKS AL tS DEPARTMENT which ia al.
ways kept ap to the highest standard. ?
NOAH WALKER A CO.
Manufacturers ead Dealers ?a Man's and B?ys*
Clothing and Famishing Goods, either ready
ma Je or made to order.
165 nod 167 Baltimore Street,
April b._ ' ly.
Charleston Broom Factory,
J. P. BROWNE, Agent.
ALSO AOENT FOR
PERKINS A HOUSES'
NON EXPLOSIVE KEROSENE LAMP IS
-baolutoly safa both from Breaking and Explo
L,OU. G iva? twice as mach light as ordinary.
Lamp?, and otea 39 per eent. lesa Oak,, Gives ?fa
no oder, and lasts it lifetime.
For sale by *
J. P. BROWNE,
13G Meeting st., and 51 Broad Street,
duiriestoT, A C.
Agent for Stat? of Sooth Carolina. ,
GREEN' A WALSH Agents for Seater, S.C.
Kinsman ?f ???iXfe??9\
Factors and Gommmin
Liberal?dvaH??s tnade tn
Vott&n and Naval Storks.
PLANS AND ESTIMATES fernished en
appticario?. Wm afead to ar* hesites* en
trusted to hies'winVa skein jj And dispatch.
Address, Box Sf, Manchester, ggg
ROBERT BROUN, DJ S.
' May 10 5 ..' ?
iL. H. Milier.
Miller*? Safe and Iron Works,
ESTABLISHED iff 185?;
HITILLRR'S BALTIMORE M APE SAFE
[ JLTX the beat now in nee-warran ted free from
nut, dampness or decay.
WELDED STEEL AND IRON
Burglar - Proof Bank
Key and Combination
Bank Vaults and Doors.
Sales Room 265 Baltimore St.
\FA C T OR F-Square hounded ly
Henrietta, Claret, Fremont
and Wani?r Streets.
SEND FOR ILL VIII AT ED CATALOGUE.
OVER 12,000 IN USE.
TESTED IN 200 FIRES?
NEAR REFENCES :
Fraser, Haynaworths A Cooper, Hoyt A Folsom,
Sumter, S. C. ? t '
? ? t.. . j .
Worth A Werth, Wilmington, No. Ca.
John 4gntw ? S?a. 'Co'aobia, Si C.,
National Baak of Cbacter, 8. C.
Smith A Melton, Chester, S. C.
900 IN BALTIMORE.
OVER 12,000 SAFES IN USE.
TESTED IS MO FIRES.
FIRST CLASS GOODS, AT LOW PRICES.
DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS, &C.
P. P. To ale ,
Manufacturer and Dealer.
No. aOil.ayne Street and Ilorlbeek's Wharf,
, ! V . CHARLESTON, S. C.
This is the largest and meet complete
Factory of the kind in the Southern State*, and
all arjlfljert In bi? .Hue ?ne be iu/aiahed by Mr.
P. P. TOA iii at prices that defy competition.
ptf A' pamphlet? wjth foll ami detsil?d list
of all sises of Doors, Sashes hod Blind?, and he
pekes of ?sch, will be sent rrec and jty?f faid, on
- P. Pa TOA LE? !
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Joly T2- _ty
Plantera and Merchants.
DUNDEE BAGG1XG, TIES,
1 ? - * - ' f i }
For ssfc by
WILSON & SELB?,
AND DEALERS ?N
Of Eeery Description.
Ko. 17 LIGHT STREET, BALTIMORE, Md.
)LjEElt?L AtVA?CI3 made Bat C?*aig?menis.
UKD?K? receive' f?itblut and peompt "attention.
D. J. W:r?n, ' Kennedy 4 Holman,
PRICES OF TUB
C*Afil X J?T O ll G A N S.
Four Octavo Ortj?ei^.^ _. ls?
The itmMli ltced...^.ft?
Firc-Octe+eT^aii,. wirb Tremulnn:_
Cart.?? aiile?Jrt?wiehre<l.?-,. 1M
The s?m#TP'??*JrB??d, jmtb Fire .M-.j.s ?25
M ra ?atldTHlaak WaJf.ntv AI! the Organs
made by rkis^?m,?ny ?^Orornugbly first crass
ia every ffspml^ '.Tkty ?iTn not make th? so
called cheap Organs at any price. Thc wea
parai ive reperioriry ef (keir Instrumenta is now
l^reaiertUa ?vee be&rje,. ?a,.e?erv competent
^4f?,ww??ill ?XtkA?Uy ?*w4J?.a?J empare
efifeft p*t t C0t *?* 0?
Mason & Hamlin OrgaL' Co..
Vfut?Psom, 596 Broadway,
?. la-i*; utrt I:;*,-AI:-! ?.?.;- v.Vji ?
1 Fer kaia I? WHmregtua N. C. hy
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE. No. ll.
RAWLINSON'S MANUAL OF ANCIENT
HISTOKY. from th? K?rlie*t Times tn the
Fal! of the Western Kn-;, rc.$2 00
Lebormant's Manual of the Ancient History
of the East, to thc Commencement of the
Median Wars, 2 vol?, rn ?.5 00
Tho Book of Travels of a Doctor of Physic,
containing bi? observations un Je in cer?
tain portion? of the two Continents.2.O'*
Thoughts for the Young Men of America, by
L. U. Reavis, St. Louis. Mo.1.50
Spring Coramedies, by Lady Barker.1.50
Essays of an Optimist, by Jo Lu Wm. Kave,
Lightand Eleelrieitv. by Jo?; 'lyndell.1.25
Cons?iturional Monarchy in Franco, bj Er?
nest Kenan. .? "?
Hand Book of the Aduiiuisiratiooa of the
Uuited State?. .1.50
The Life and Letters of Hugh Miller, by
Peter Boyne. M. A. 2 vols.".. LOO
Friends in CoUr.cil, a Series of Headings and
Discourse thereon, hy Arthur Helps, a
new edition, complete in 2 vn'?.N.otl
By the same author-Renlmah, a Story.2.co
Casimir Maremoad a Nore).2 ort
Companions of my Solitude. 1.5*
Essays IV ritten in the Intervals of Business.. L.'-o
Brevia, Short Essays and Aphorisms.1.50
The Witness nf History to Christ, being the
nu;sean Lecture tor 1S70, by Rev. F. >V.
Self-Renunciation, from thc French, with an
Introduction by Rev. T. I. Carter, M.
Memoirs of the Lite and Writings of Thom?
as Chslmers, D. D., LL. !'., by bis Son
?n Lnw, Ref. Wm. Hnnni?, LL. P., the
English Edition, 4 vols. Svo.7.50
The Bayard Serie?, Choice Books, comprising
Essay? in Mosaic, by Ballantyne: Saint
Louis, King of France, by De Joinvillc:
Religio Medecr: Urn Burial. Ac, by Sir
Themas Browne: The King and the Com?
mons; Cavalier and Puritan Song: Let?
ters, Sentences and Mn Tim?, by Lord
Chesterfield; with n Critical Essay by
Sainte Bauvc; Rasselas by Doctor John?
son: neatly bound in flex cloth, gilt;
price per vol ;.1.25
Common Plnee Books, embracing Book of
Authors; Law and Lawyers; Invention
and Discovery: Art and Artists; Clergy?
men Doctors: Omens aud Superstitions:
richly bound, cloth and gold; price of
Carlyle'? Works. Peoples Edition, small
crown, Svo. Sarton Resa>ttis......30
Thc French Revolution, vol. 1.'JO
A Memoir of Charle?. Mayne Young Trage?
dian with extracts from his ?cu's Jour?
nal, by Julian Charles Young. A- M..
Rector ef Iliuington. with portrays.2.25
Common Sense iu tho Household, a Manual
of Practical Hausew?ery, by Mario*
The Yoong Housewife'? Counsellor and
Friend Including the Duties of Wife and
Mother, by Mrs. Mary Mason.2.00
The Religion of thc Prevent ar d of th? Fu?
ture, Sermons Preached Chiefly at Yal*
College, by Theodora I>. Woolsey-2.00
Tho Life of John Hilter, Narrated in Con
DCCtioU with the Political, Ecclesiastical
und Literary History of his time, by
David Masson, M. A. LL. D., roi. 2.
Wonders of European Art, by Louis Yiardot,
On a Fresh Revision of the English New
Testament, by J- E. Lightfoot-.2.00
The Parchas Judgment, a Letter of Ac?
knowledgement to thc Right Honorable
Slr J. T. Coleridge, by H. P. Liddon.
D. D. D. C. L.. together with a Letter
to the Writer by I)r. Pusey.-.25
Evidences'of Natural and Revealed Theolo?
gy, by Charles E. Lord.S.50
Jurisdiction and Mission of the Anglican
Episcopate, by the Rev. T. J. Bailey
A NJw Volume of Sunday Echoes in Week
. day Hoers, a Tale Illustrative of the
Journeyings of the Children of Isrcal,by
Mrs. Carey Brock.1.50
FAMILY AND POCKET BIBLES.
IVE HAVE RECENTLY MADE LARGE
ADDITIONS ro our stock of BIBLES. The
prices aro greatly reduced. We arc now offering
an unusual la-ge variotyof ENGLISH AND
AMERICAN FAMILY BIBLES. POCKET BI?
BLES, and the EPISCOPAL PRAYER BOOK,
at extremely low price?.
ggf Persons residing in the country will
please bear in mind that by rending their orders
to us fot any books published in America, they
will be charged only the price of thc book. Wo
pay for the Postage or express.
FOG ARTI K'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
No. 260 KINO STREET,(IN THE BEND).
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
MONEY CANXOT BUY IT,
FOR SIGHT TS PRICELESS ! !
THE DTAMOND GLASSES, manufactured
by J. R. SPENCER A CO., New York, which
?re BOW,offered to thopublic. are prjncunc'd by
all the celebrated Optician? of the world t" be
the most Perfect, Natural Artificial bely to toe
haman eye over known.
They are ground under their own supervi.-:nr.
from minni? Crystal Pvbbios, melted rog? ther,
and derive their r>au.e. "Diamond,*" on account
of fhelr hardness and brilliancy.
The scientific principle on which they are pon
?tructed brings i be core ??centre ot tb? lens di
rectly in fr<nt of the cy?, prodecing a clear and
distinct vis'on. a? in thc natural, healthy sigh:,
?ad preventing ?ll DirpleasWHl serrations, sach ns
glimmering ?nd wavering ol sight, dizaine**, Ac,
peculiar to ell nthcr? in use.
They aro mounted in the finest rn rn mr io
frame? of the best natality, of all materia a ase i
fiw that oorpofc. Their finish and durability
Cannot bc snrpa??eti.
CavtTos_Non?* gen ?lin onie?? bearing their
trade mark stamped on every frame.
HOYT & FOLSOM,
WATCHMAKERS St JEWELER'S.
SUMTER, S. C.
now LOST, now RESTORE...
Jest pnblisbcil.anewedition nf Dr.CI'LVER.
WELL'S CELEBRA 1 Eli ESSAY on the ?.'
mr* (? ithoot me'll.ine) nt Sm: wa TORI B?T.A ?r
?Mn^a! We.?l ness. !nT< :nr.t.->ry ?emit T. -. -
rifoiBNCT; Mental and I'hysical Incapacity, lin,
pediment- n Marriage, etc : else. Coxs: ?
EriLRrav, and FIT?, induced by sclf-iudwlgcuco
or sexual Cxtrarvaganrv.
^TsiT*Price, in a se iii 1 tnv'..T <\ ?.rdy fi .
1 he celebrated author, in tMi arlmirwble es>?y,
clearly demonstrate?. IM m ? thirty.Tear?*
cessful prac'lce. rhiR 'he alartt&ibjr, < . ii -"yu uer?
?.f ?elf abuso muy r^diewlly cured witboet the
dangerous u?e nf internal mc'licinc or ?he Bppli -
cation Af rhe knifo; pf>iut*ag nut a PT di of rove
nt nni-e sirhpTc. certain'. ?n?l effectual, by otean*
of which ?very ?!tnVrt,?. B*? matter whal hi? mr
diiiop maybe, ?naycure hitesolf cheaply, private
ly. ?nd tn4ter>H?i.
^Rf?.Tbi* Lecinrc fhori'd be in the banda if
every youth ?nd every mar. in tbelwnd.
beal, under seal, in ? plain envelope. t?:inV
ad'lre*?. pnitpnit!. nu receipt MX cents or ia?
pout sta mp?.
Al?*. Dr. Calvcrwell.? "Marriage Ouide,"*price
Address thc Pu' l:?r. rt*.
CHAS J. c. KLINE A CO..
127 Bowery, N?.* York. Pj.-t-ufliee Box 4&Sf
Der. ?I ly
LAW C- 4 RO.
ATT?RXKY AT LAW
SOLICITO.* IS EQUITY.
.vr.i/77;/;, s. c.
QAW ;i? thc OM I?--?t ? * ni'.lij!?. next f.> the
Court fi on .?c. fi H 1.1 r*>n ii, ?.C'in.l >'ory. dirri-ijv
f- AvrT ?h?r H:iv,i?mr\' St>.?>- .f Capt. L. P. Loving*
' Jtct ure.. t>t,m Maru :-\t.m.
Juox 2K I .