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i The Siimter Watciunan
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3C
VV. Y. PAXTON - - BUSINESS MANABER
All Transient Advertisements, and al
JorTwork must be paid for in cash. This wil
be observed without distinction. Subscription!
also payable in advance.
, Applications for Job "Work will be made
it the office, to Taos. E. FLO wans.
The WATCBMAJI books are in tbe keeping of W
E, PAXTON, who will receipt for monies due and
ttend to all matters connected with the Adver?
sing or Subscription departments.
Oar Advertising friends are requited to
tend in their favors not later than Monday.
^SUMTER MAIL ARRANGEMENTS
CBS.NOB OF SCHEDULE.
CLOSES. . OPENS.
Northern, _ 10: A. M. 1 P. M
Southern, 11:30 A. M. ll A. M.
Manning on Moa?
day and Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M.
Bish'ville on Moa?
lay and Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M
Dffloe Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M.
?ffice opens Sunday from 12.: 0 to 1:30 P. M.
T. B. JOHNSON, P. M.
January 25th, 1871._tf
The Rev. Dr. HOWE, of Columbia,
rill preach in the Presbyteriao Church
>f this place, on Sabbath next, Sept. 3d.
Beats will be free, and the publicare
Cordially invited to attend.
J65~ It will be seen by an advertise?
ment of Messrs. POULTNEY, TBIMB ,E
& Co., ol Baltimore, that they offer
I well selected stock of Guus, Pistols,
E.munition &c. i hey guarantee the
uahty of their goods.
It is at last officially announced that
[tim dread scourge has appeared in
barlcston, and a number of deaths
Already mark its course. Wilmington
Jbrbids any one coining from Charles
Ion stopping in that city, and any of its
itizens who go to Charleston will not
LVe allowed to return.
Ber. A. 0. Smith.
This young gentleman, a member of
|be class rising Senior at Wofford Col
ge, and Son of Rev. W. H. Smith of j
tynchburg in this county, preached in
io Methodist church, in thiel town on
unday last, to targe and attentive
IpDgregations, in a manner highly credi
nble to himself and to the institution of
?inch he is a very promising under?
graduate. He Siled the pulpit accepta?
bly, in the absence of the pastor at
mmerton Quarterly Meeting, and
ves earnest of great future suecess in
Mrs. BRENNAN'S Store on Liberty
reet, not far from Main, was entered
id despoiled by burglars on Sunday
igut last. The rogues effected an en
ince by boring the frout door. The
mer was sleeping up stairs, and the
lice may have been sleeping eist
tere,or might as well have been.
The commou inquiry on the street is,
lat good is a Council and a police
|hich costs so much, and allows a store
be forcibly entered at the front door
a moonlight night ?
The colored churches, especially io
e country, are said to be thc places
ere feuds sometimes culminate in free
hts, to the scandal ol religioo and the
ach of good order. A recent affair
this kind at Ebeneser church, near
. KNOX'S plantation, gave rise to
prosecution of the partiel engaged.
cease was tried last week in Trial Jus
HURST'S court, before a jury compos
equally of both races. Mr. FLEMING
ducted the prosecution and Mr.
ISE the defence The defendants
Bte all convicted of riot and assault
battery, and were duly sentenced.
lesson thus administered may have
(pwd effect io checking ?uch disgrace
Booka, Stationary, Ace*
?We inv ?te the attention of our read?
to the advertisement of the Sumter
>k Store. An assortment of Blank
)k?, Writing Paper, lok, and writing
osils received and opened. Large
itions will soon be made to the stock
chool and miscellaneous Books, now
re. Ail standard works, and the
t popular publications of the day
be found always on the B?>?Ives
stock baa been purchased from the
est New York and Philadelphia
k establishment', nod will be sold
small advance on publisher's prices,
ns entertain the hope that this effort j
tablish a book store in Sumter will
ive encouragement, and with liberal
nage from the people of the country,
ill become one of the prominent and
ul enterprises of our town. Call
examine the select assortment of
s and Episcopal Prayer booka just j
He ?rill Steal ne Here?
te man with a pig in a bag-Jim
[ by name-who has recently "sold"
my of our citizens, of both races,
tug them stolen hogs, soddenly
bis career on Saturday last, fie
tried and convicted io two of
woy eases pending against him,
[was sent back to jail in the custody [
306table. Arriving at the gate of
county prison, he made a godden
and was soo o io a fair way of ef
iog his escape, wheo after load calls
lim to stop and waroiags of what
ld follow ii* fa? did not. the constable
fired with fa al affect-the ball having
entered Dear ^the Sett shoulder ?od
forced it? war -through teethe left nip?
ple. He fel> ia tue street and expired
without a word. A Coroner's inquest
rendered a verdict ia accordance with
the above facti, the officer having acted
in the discharge of his duty.
As ?he officer was white and the
prisoner a black man, some of the
j colored people seemed disposed to get
op an excitement in the town, but We
are pleased to record the fact that the
more intelligent of their raee st once
rebuked this spirit and insisted that the
constable had but done his duty.
The deceased fs said to batet been sn
incorrigible thief, and to have been run
off from Clarendon by bis own color, for
his constant depredations upon their
cattle sod hog?. ".. : .
Abac nt bat not Forgotten*
We clip the following from tW
Virginia Free Press of Aug. 26, pub-,
lished at Charlestown, Weat Virginia:
'.'REV. Dr MCQ?EEN.
We had the pleasure on Sunday last ]
of listening to a very able discourse
? from Rev. Dr. MCQUEEN, ot Sumter,
South Carolina, who has been visiting!
in this county for some days past, the
I guest of Col CC. Porter. Dr. M. isa
genuine Southerner, and suffered greatly
luring the late war, from which reverses
he has never wholly recovered. We
trust this may not be bis last visit in
our county. We clip the following
paragraph from the Sumter Watchm&n.
"We learn that Rev. Dr. MCQUEEK
has accepted an invitation, from
wealthy Virginian, to visit the Old
Dominion and enjoy a few weeks recre?
ation as his guest, his host having on
several visits to Sumter formed quite so
attachment to the genial Presbyterian
pastor. Dr. MCQUEEN'S church bas
voted him leave of absence for this
Few persons pay proper attention to
this important subject.
Merchants generally insure - their
stock of goods, but they who may be
considered the most prudent class of the
community frequently leave their dwell*
?og houses and premises uninsured.
In the United States from the organi?
zation of the Government, to the yesr j
1870, tao thonsand millions of dollars,
have been consumed by fire, exclusive of j
losses by war.
It is estimated that one dollar and a
half, out of every one hundred dollars
is consumed by fire every year.
Yet an immense amount of insureable
property is left uninsured all the time.
For a very trifling sum all these losses
could be avoided, or rather, could be
made to Tall upon a large number oi per*
sons in *ery small sums.
For 2je. per day, 81.000 can be insured
at 1 perc. ; for 52 c. per day $1,000
cac be insured at 2 per c. kc.
The cost is trifling and the security
ic good companies is complete.
Except for the wealthy, Insurance is
a duty. It is s duty to one's creditor,
to one's family and tc one's self.
From a circular issued y the Andes
Insurance Co., of Cinciunatti, C. H.
Moise, agent for Sumter, it appears that
it has cleared nearly s haif a million
in twelve months, lt bas paid its stock
holcers 10 per ceot, and its stock is
now worth 115 eiclUsive of the 10 per
Mr. lieu nett, the experienced Presi?
dent, finds the business increasing so fast
that be is about getting up two new
companies with half a million capital
each. We commend this new and en*
crgetic company to the public and feel
assured they will do well to place a por?
tion of their insurances in such good
The concluding passages of Gen.
Ewing's speech present so forcibly the
mission of the Democratic party, that
they deserve a conspicuous place in
every journal devoted to the rights aod
liberties of the people. We cannot
commend them too highly :
"In this contest the Democratic
party is the sword aod buckler of the
people. It has fought every existing
abuse, and tried to apply every appro?
priate remedy. Though sometimes con?
trolled by slavery, and raekrd by discord
and by war, it bas kept the faith i? the
people and free government, -which
Jefferson, its glorious apostle, (aught.
It represents no faction, bot the whole
people; no section, bot tbe whole
It is not s white man's party, or a
black mao'a party; a poor man's, or a
rich man's, a Christian's, or an infidel's
party. It is the people's party. It will
trample on no mao, and give no man
preference before the law. It Staads for
the reserved fights of the people sod
the States, because liberty dwells with
them. It is jealous of every extension
of Federal power, because tbs path to
consolidation leads on to despotism. It
fights for equality against privilege
Democracy against aristocracy-govern?
ment by the ballot against govern?
ment by the dollar and thc bayonet. \';
It looks to tbe people, and seeks direc?
tion and strength from them, whence
comes tbe inspiration of every great rt*
form. And it DOW especially calls oo
the masses of tbe Republican tod Labor
Reform parties-the "plain," people
who ore interested least ii. teere party
triumphs, rad most in tock measures aa
will give to tbe workingman s tait share
of the wealth ht creates, while laying on
him only a fair ?bare ol tbe just BordenE
of government-to help overture sj the
Republican party, all of whose policies v
thea to streagtheD, exeiirpt, ?HT mit
espita!, ra? tttke?, liMt,"M *?
in thia neighborhood; bed become Ter^rpoeh
emaciated from continued attacks of "Ch fis and
^Fever"' and tad fou*d>e relief ft^o?oTnlne or
"Fers* ?ii-Jfg?? Pills,*1 agreeing fio- it?f?fif not
pay for the1?, if bc would use ; t?r?m l?eoreleg to
direction's'and they didnotcure bim." He took
them, used th?m^ was completely cured and coil?
ed so??^H'rai?erwaidi, paid for toeavand
/exp^?d^Ktelf^igcJS''fam?? at the result.
bareabia th they hare giren ?neire SatUffao
-.^For^el.y^PrbggisU, , ? ' -.'ff .
De billy aetf'Cf os?elas tea
th?food into nutriment, flor aseonertjulacn,
for those stiffering from fiew'a?aming srmph)ms
to immee^twfc resort to a remedy that will
.strengthen the atomaeh and digestir* organs.
For, a* s oon ns this desirable object has been ae
.eompTf?eoy ?tp'heaJ.tb^iaproresVand' the patient
resumes bis osesl personal appearance, Hnetet
tofS e^omacb&Ht?ra boVe attained aworkfc wide
pop'nJaxity in WSj^^j^^^^it **?w" i
th* best ead safest aeons of jem s ring.,constipa?
tion, eooinjj the stomach, "giving energy to the
Hv?r,'a.ndr??j?VtrjgCTCry symptom of narronsneu
and depression of spirits. Its cheering and kane? _
fi cia) effects ase highly spoken of by thenaands,
?ho*owe to lt. their restoration to health. ;No
restorative in the anna!* of medwioe has attained
the seme fmcaoTieyin ?be short space of time it
has been before the public, or has Won the bli h
endorsements accorded to this excellent tonie.
Many other preparations, purporting to he cor? 1
root! res and restoratives, have been introduced,
and barf perished ono by one, wi ile the popular,
ity of Hoi-tetter's Stomach Bitters continues to
increase, and ls now reeogmred as a standard
household medicine. The success which attends
the use of the Bitters evinces at once Ul v?rtuei
in all caaes of debility and disease cf the
stomach. Certificates, almost without sambar,
hare boen published, ot testing its truly miracu?
lous .power in removing, tt oje? painful and fearful
diseases. And at this time it seems idle to do
more than call attention;to the great remedy of j
the ago, in order to awaken public attention to
lu ex cellenco. It le th? only preparation of the
kind that is reliable in all eases, and it is there?
fore worthy of tire consideration ' ot the afflicted.
- tilg** ot ?&* Z??l*C. '
A philosopher In the West, grown Into admi?
ration of the Cherry ? coterai,-, writes Dr. Ayer
for instructions nuder w%icfi sign be shall be
bjed, which bliste^/et? whick vjmTfea*,j ind
nn?.t w^ ? I
affection of the liver : also under which sign his
wi fasheo'ld cn rn mooee to Uk? ^ ~ih? baeswparilk j
for ber ailment, fleedds that he*uv*e> knbws
to wean bis caires' nader Taurus, change his ]
pigs in Scorpio, cut his bair iu- ?ri?s, and soak
hit feet In Pisces or AequariaS as thelr condition
requires. ' . ' \ . . '
Schoolmasters, start for Wisconsin, and visit
Mr. Ham when yoe get. there. [Lowell -Daily
Ito ej. 8. HU6HS0N,
WOULD INFO KM HIS PATRONS AND
FRIE:;DS, that he bas rem erred Ms ente* to'the
new building, on . Main Street, next'abor*Mr.
T. T, Upshot's: Siore, where they may Bud him
from 10 o'clock A. M., ta I P. M., and from ii
io li P.M., 90lees professionally epgagtd,, If j
absent they will please ieare ?icir nemes drithe
slate. .'-v.' S''". . L.J '
After ? ?cioeky p'. M, he will be (bead at'his
4-isidewse on Liberty Street, opposite tho Aearle
June il '. ' ! u?l > i
THI OK LY STEICTLT.
Grocery and Wquor House
. .". IN TO W.N . .. ^
THE UN DEX SI G NED, bogs learo to
call ta? attention. fcHhis (friends ead tb?
publie generally to his
NEW AND W^L :SELECTE D
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Which he offers low fer CASH ONLY.
r^ssV h\\ artlelee warranted as recommended
?Bf* Pare M odilia al Liquors kept constantly
on hand. ._
JV H. EBERHART.
The State of South Carolina
COUNTY OP SUMTER.
COURT OF COMMOlf PLEAS.
Taemas M. DeLome, Plaintiff,
Charles DeLorme, Beery B. De Lome, Charles
H. DeLora*, WUliaea M. DsLsJisao, BB
J. Breva and Bsrtonee C. Brown, ale am
Jamos H. BtesjeyaaM Blfsanefl M.?rneey,
Ul w ifs, Joiith H. DeLcnae. Mlaaia S?la.
TO THE DEFEND AHT8, Chwias DeLome,
ETenryB. DeLome, Csarke E. DeLerfja, W0
tiam M. DeLorme, Saaoai J. Brown ead Ber.
Ja^ i. I>?Lot? a?d Jokesf JL W.
nMiwsia saw vasas* ca mn awn ex Bas**
tor ia ta? Coeaty ead Stace eJ*ne*H WitUa
twee*? days aftar the ee/viea keeeeL tantean,? el
tl? n?t doaUUsJda ?0?eenpaat??* ?*Vt
Latest and Best
For Sale Low
ADRIAN & V?LLERS.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
WB KEEP THE HOST COMPLETE AS?
TO BB FOUND IR AKT SOUTHERN HAR.
ket Oar Lia? of
Of every kind ii complet*, and at price? that eat
off ali todueemcn ta to ?end ordert North. Close
baying cus tomen ?ill fiad that they taro atony
by ordering from aa. Oar CaftI oguo for tb? ?pring
trade il unusually full.
Wines, Liquors ?I Tobacco,
Wbiikey, Oin, Ram,
Brandy, Whoo, Bitter?,
Ale, Portar, Ac
Chewing Tobacco, lo caddie? and \ boxea, of
Snoktng Tobacco, all kind?, la i, ?, } and 1
6ogan, a good many different aorta nod all
Tko akora wo offer to tko trade low for CASH
ADRIAN & V?LLERS,
Marek IT_ WlhategfO, N. C.
16,000 BUSHELS CORN,
8,000 Barrels Floor,
158 B?rrala Pork,
ft Boxet D. S. and L. C. Sidol,
If Hkd*. D. S. and Smoked Sid? and
4M Sack* Rio, Jara and ?Agaayra Coffee,
M Hb4a. Dooli raro aod P. E. Sogar,
IM Bbb. RefioedSagajw.il grad??,
IM Hada. Coko Hiiaim,
IM BM?. Cabo Holaaooo.
1M Hbo?. Sugar Hooao MeUnoa,
IN Bbl*. Bagar Hooao HoUara,
IM Bake Hay,
2,0M Sacka Salt,
1M Bbl r. aad Boso? Cracker?,
M Toko Bo uar,
MO Boao* Soap,
1M Caw? Lyo aad Po(~b,
75 Bbl?, aod Tte* Le*..
7? Bbl?, and Kita HoakoroL
IM Kogi Kalla,
H Boxas Choose,
Fer ?oie b> .
F. TT. KIRCHNER,
77,18aad? North WaUrStreet,
Hoyle Wihahtirton. N. C;
Court of Comaum Pleas.
COUNTY OF SUMI EB.
ESzabeth N. Bradley, PlahOi?, against
John McLeod Bradley, Gordon Brad
Iriereon and Edward E.
TM T, tfpstorY Store,
THE UNDERSIGN*** RE3PECTFCLLY
announces to tao poolta, that ho haa in
ito.fl, aqd wHl bo constantly receiving, a largo
anil tarlad assortment of
Suitable forPfantaifat and Family use*
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
will bo allowed Merchant?, and they aro specially
invited to call and exocrine bia Stock, and thej
will find that his business facilities anahle him to
FTfpply them with toads '
AS CHEAP A8 THEY CAN EVY THEM
In any Northern or Southern Harket. Come and
eoe for yourselves, aa ocular d?monstration is
Highest Market Price
?aid for Cotton,
AND THREE FOURTHS OF THE VALUE
CASH, will be advanced, on all Cotton Shipped
to the Honse in Baltimore for which he is agent,
and it will be held over if desired. He will mi>ke
a speciality of
Corn, Bacon and Flour,
which bo Ia prepared to famish In any quantity
?&* Custom?rs and Families purchasing
their supplies at my establishment, can bare
them delivered free of charge, at their residences
within Ute limita of the town.
BAGGING AND TIES,
AT LOW RATES. .
THE COTTON FOOD FERTILIZER, guaran?
teed to produce as mach os Peruvian G nano,
pound for pound, acre produce.
ZELL S SUPER-PHOSPHATE, a capital Fer
tili ur, always on band.
jfMf Country Produce taken in exchange
THOS. T. UPSHUR, Ja.
HOYT & FOLSOM,
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS,
MAW STREET, SOMT?R, S. C.
WE, the undersigned, baring foi med a co?
partnership, on the 6th June, 1871, under
the name and aryle of HOYT A FOLSOM, would
nspeetfally announce to tba ;. blic of Sumter,
.ad the adjoining counties, tba' wo are now pre?
pared to execute all work entrusted to ur with
promptness, and in a workmanlike manner.
OUR STOCK will embrace the latest stylet of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
AU of which will he told at the lowest cash
At Hoyt's Old Stand Mab Street.
The genuine DIAMOND SPECTACLES,
manufactured by J. E. 8PSNCER A CO., New
York, always qa band. __^
THE eaderaigeed baring just reed red a fine
8 PREPARED TO FURNISH
Monumental & Cemetery Work,
of all kinda
rn a manner that will compare favorably with
any work ia his lino. Having received a libera!
patronage heretofore, he continues to invite all
who may be desirous of any thing ia bia linc to
giro him a caty. .
He defies competition ie prices.
pm" Positively no work delivered in the fu ture
until paid fer.
W. P. SMITH.
D. J. Wm, Agent,
Nov hanlin S tor? a Large ind Careful?
ly selected Stock of
Spring and Suminer Goods,
WHICH HE GUARANTEES AS REPRE?
SENTED, SUCH AS
CLOTHING-Fine, Medium ead Common,
Clothe ead Cassi me ros,
Fine Let Tweeda,
Gloves ead Cw-ats,
Which he pledges himself to tell lew tot etta.
April ft _J
ALASKA. Where ea this globe eaa we go be?
yond tar omnipresent Yankee? Leading at
SITIA, we ead walked bateibort distnaeointe
Ike town whee ve reached tho no?bora depot of
Dr. Avar'seaedkinee la foti display among the
hara, einerlei uni som te of taeae boreel tribes
There the faa i liar, bemeiike namoi of hi? Cherry
Pectoral Pfflsj Ac, salute vt from the exterior ead
Ure anterior e/a ttete ?hieb shows more busltw**
than ?ta neighbors, ead protea leal these simple
bat rare reeled!** are even anora aecerary te
savage life than to ourselves There they fiait
avery firetHc. tCorreepoadeat Alts and. Jaar
tai. ' *'
Tfl? SUBSCRIBER INFOt?STS. HIS
? Prienda and Customers that he bas reciivcd
and will continue to receive
NE W AND CHEAP FURNITURE,,
TO 8TJTT TBS TIMES.
HU Stock consista of almost erery article- te that
lino, tia :
SOFAS. SIDE-BOARDS, EOOK-CASEi
Wardrobes, Extention Tablas,1
Sitting and Rocking Chaira, Of every kind
Cribs. Cradles, Trundles Cottage Bedsteads
Soma moro of those CHEAP COTTAGE SETS
Meat Safos, Window Shade* aad Wal
Papering-all low fot CASH?
J. E. Snares,
Main Street, opposite Express Office
Entrance from Stair Casa on Main Street to
SINGER'S NEW FAMILY
SEWING MACHINE. ,
Stands unrivalled by any other manufacturer In
tho whola world.
Tba sales for last year 1870, 127,833, hoi ag
over forty four thousand mora than any other
It will hem, fill, bind, gather tack and Is fket
do all that caa possibly bo done by machining in
thc most perfect manner.
AMI assortment of silk twist, colon stat,
needles for all tho leading stylo? of machinas and
a general stock of attachments and sewing ma?
chines goods generally.
GEO. H. KEWELL,
Agent Singer Sewing Machine.
No. 9 South Front St.
NOAH WALKER ii CO.
Celebrated Clothiers. o?
BALTIMORE, MD: '
Aanonnco tho introduction of a ama of ordering
CLOTHING ANO UNDERWEAR
to which they call your special alien tion.
They will send on application their improved
BULBS FOR SELF-MEASUREMENT,
aad a full line cf samples from their immense
stock of CLOTHS, CASSI ?ERES, COAT
1SQS, SHIRTINGS, Ac, Ac. thus enabling
parlies in any part of the country 4\o order their
Clothing and Shirts direct from thom, with tba
certainty of recoivbg garments of
The Very Leitest Style
And Most Perfect Fit
(tools ordered will ba sent by Express to aay
part of tbc country.
As is wall known throughout the Southern
Sutes they bare for FORTY-THREE YEARS
in all departments of their business, which is a
sobsuntial guaran too as to the character of tho
Goods they will send out.
A large and well-assorted stock of
BEADY MAUB CLOTHING
always on hand, together with a foll lino of
iaclttding all tho tatest Novo! ties ia Design, and at
Wheo Goods aro sent por Express C. O D..
there will ba no collection charge on amooaU of
$20 and over
Rules fer Self-Measurement, Ssmples of
Goods and Pri?e List seat /ree on application.
The attention of tbe Trade is invited to oar
WHOLESALE DEP?ilT.ilEST whioh is al?
ways kept up to tba highest sUndard.
NOAH WALKER A CO.
Manufacturers and Dealers in Men's and Boya*
CiothingandFurnishingGoods,either read y -
made or mada to order.
185 ansi 1?7 Baltimore Street,
PLAN8 AND ESTIMATES furnished on
application. Will at'end to any business en?
trusted to him with a cen ra cy and dispatch.
Refers to FOES OB FRIENDS.
Address, Box 24, Manchester, 8. C.
ROBERT BROUN, D. 8.
New Style Window Shades.
AFIN * assort m sot of WOODEN WINDOW
8HADES, which for ; heir durability excel
all others. For sale at tho Sumter Furniture
j. E.'SU ARES, Agent.
mr wm nm
Near tbe Sumter Depot.
WE baring sc located war KOI ss to enable
as to soB any kind of Lamber for LESS
MONEY than any other M QI within reach of ?
Seater, have esUbitehed o
?ear tb? Railroad Dca?, wberseaa be found aft
W?**r. actina* sm * ena le sold.
All bills i?r Lamber not ea tbe Tard, caa be
famished at short notice.
.. H. M. REAM&8-& CO
may IT z nh I
l?< H, Miller.
Miller's Safe and Iron Works,
MILLER'S BALTIMORE MADE SAFE
" Un best now io aw-warranted free from
nut, daxrprresa or decay.
vm. ?V *..." ." . "'..*?.. ..??
WELDED STEEL AND IRON
Key and Combination
BwUtk Vaults and Doors.
Sales Room 265 Baltimore St?
FACTOR 7- Square hounded hy
Henrietta, Claret, Fremont
and Warner Street*.
SEND FOR ILLUTRATED CATALOGUE.
OVER 12,000 IN US?
TESTED TN 300 FIRES.
NEAR REFSNC E S :
Fraser, Hsycsworths A Corry*?, Hoyt A Foison,
Sumter, S. C.' '
Worfk A Worth, Wilmington, No. Ca.
John Agnew A Soo, Colamb?a, S. C.
National Bank or Chester, S. C.
Smith A Melton, Chester, S. C.
900 IN BALTIMORE.
OVER 12,000 SAFES LS USE.
TESTED IX 200 FIRES.
FIRST CLASS GOODS, AT LOW PRICES.
Joly 28_ ly
POORS. SASHES, BLINDS, &C.
P. T. Foale,
Manufacturer and Dealer.
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