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The Sumter Watchman,
^^PjjQsgJPAY JAN? 5? ,
^'y^PAXTON - _. BUSINESS MANAGE^
\\\ Transient Advertisements^ and ?ll
t.h Work uiust bo paid for in ca.h. Tbl? will
b? observed without dlntlnetloa. Subscriptions
,ro ilW pnjublo io advance.
rJtr Applications for Job Work will bo made,
>t (bo i'fl?CO, t?? TMOS. B. FtOWBItB.
Tho WATCHMAN hooks aro lo tho keeping of W.
Y PAXTON, who will receipt lor monies due and
attend x" all matters connected wbb tho Adver
tlrin;,' or Subscription depnrttnents.
*fr Our Advertising Monds aro requested to
?odin their favors not later than Monday.
PUBLIC MEETING.
The citizens of thc Town are requested to
meet In the Court-Houso, on Friday Evoolng, at
7 o'clock, for tho porpose of nominating a Ticket
hr Intcndont and Wardens of the Town.
MANY CITIZENS.
pb" Subscribers who aro indebted to us are
earnestly requested to call and sottlr up. Wo beg
that they ?ill not r.egloct this matter. Unless
payment bo made, wo shall bo,reluctantly, com
polled to erase a number of nam?.
'itu Wo regret to nuitounco the doath of Mrs?
ELUA JANB BAKBII, wiro of tho lato, much es?
teemed, Maj. Tuos. M. DAKUn, at tho residenco
oMan- falber, Judgo E. J. Moses, OD Sunday
night last.
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Attontlon is dircclod to tho Town Reg?
istration and election notice, ns published ou
anutUer column.
.Jafj. Tho very heavy uflllntiou recently expe?
rienced by tho editor of this paper will, it Is ho?
ped, bo a sufficient apology for the meagreness of
ibc pr?tent ??sue.
Tito weather hns boun vory eutd at this
point, since Sunday night last, and on Monday
tbcro was n slight snow.
//Tit- Tho Columbia. PhteuU greeted Us ron,,
den, on New Year's Day, much enlarged and
improved. Success to its enterprising proprietor.
Thu Sumtor Book Store is continually re?
ceiving additions tu ibo stock on hand, and, wo
atc pleased to state, is receiving decided en?
couragement.
Continues to'lmprovo, and to incroaso in pop?
ulation ; but housos aro greatly needed. Lot
some of our enterprising capitalists goto work.
Tho investment will bo good, and tho impetus
given to our growth, ns a community, decided.
jJMCr* In responso to tho request of a number of
our readers, wo publish an extended synopsis of
t ho proceedings of the luto session of the South
Carolina Conference, ut Cbcrnw, usking tho in?
dulgence of our roadcrs not specially interested'
in thus occupying so inueb of our space
"THIS TWO UOSICUUDS.?
Wo will publish in our next issue, a very pret?
ty little original story, by our accomplished eon*
tributor "L'lnconnuo."
SA I, ICS-1?. VV, COUUT, xv.
Monday last-snlos-day and tho sn ting of tho
Court ol Common Pleas aud General Sessions
brought an unusual concourra of people to town.
Wo do not remember having soon so largo n num?
ber at any timo previously. Tho blacks prepon?
derated largely:
Considerable property wus sold. Tho sules of
land showed au increasing dceuuod and a deci?
dedly advancing tendency.
Judgo JOHN T. GIIKKN is providing at tito
Court with acknowledged ability and dispatch,
and the busiucss of tho term is making good pro?
gress.
nt t, ZION COM.! G I.ITU UN'S MT I,"!'IC.
Ti.ii Classical nod Normal School fur Boys,
will bo opened on tho first Munday in February
next, ns appears from tho advertisement in our
columns. .Mr. 0. A. WOOIIWAUI>,'ns Principal,
well m ai o tai ns tho h igii reputation which
this .Schuul held through so ninny years of tho
pail, ns abundantly appears from tho very com?
potent testimonials, i.ppi tided to (lie circular be?
fore us.
DENTAL,
Our Camden readers, und (lioso adjacent there?
to, arc referred to the card uf that Accomplished
yung praotitioncer of Dentistry, Mr. I. IL
AI.KXANHKR, as it appears lu our columns.
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IlIiV? ll. tu. ?noon,
'flie congregation of ihe. Methodist 'Church, at
this place, and doubtless thu community'nt largo,
mo much gratified by ibo rctorn of this much
bo rived und devoted Minister of Christ, lo labor
iu their midst fur tho present year.
DOIiS NOT I'A VOR Till. IUI.'-..
Hinnr.i.r, JAMBS-ono of the colored represen?
tatives (rom Sumter in tho State Logistuturo
desires to bo put upon tho record us having pro
scntod tho Dill, which proposes to tax tho peoplo
of fumier in order to indemnify certain parties
for losses sustained by tho burning of theil flor?n
in obedience simply to tho requo?t of romo of bis
constituents. His offorts or influonco will not bo
brought lo bear to sccuro tho passage uf tho bill
I'L.lNTEIt'S W.\KEIBOi;SI>.< IIANttli
Otf I'll o ric 11. 3 OHM! 11>.
Our ndvcriUitig columns, lo-duy, nnnounce
that Messrs. CHAS. II, MOISE and Jos. E. DAS
Kiar, have succeeded E. W. MOISB, Esq., ns pro
pricier of tho Planters' Wurehouso. They aro
?beth gentlemen of competent business enpnoityr
nnd wo have much pleasure lu commending them
o ibo country at lorge.
TUB MONIJ.11KNTAL FAWK,
Which closcil nt tbi. place, on tho 25th ult.,
.notwithstanding tho unfavorable woath er, proved
a decldod success. Tho onorgy and dovotlon of
tho fair ladies concorned was untiring, and in
ovory respect worthy tho sacrod and noblo causo
for which they labored, and tho liberality of our
peoplo characteristic Wo loam thnt tho proccods
will reach nonrly $2,000.
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?-TIC IC ll S OV SAIililtl LODGIS,
XO. 141, A.?. F.?. M.?. F?ll THE YEAH 1870.
0- L. WARKEN.Wv. M.*
J. II. WILSON.S .. W.
L E. ATKINS. J... W.
W.J, MULDltOW.Tressuror.
?J. fl. WILSON.Secretary.
H. I). CORBETT.8.-. D.
B.P. WILSON.j... D,
C K. WEATHERFORD 1
J. A. M A VHS.J.Stewards.
J. R. TR1MNAL.Tylor.
TOWN D3?UT IBEiDUCI'.D.
The financial Report of tho Clerk and Treas
titer of tho Town of Sumter, as published on
another column, exhibits tho gratifying fact, that
under tho very efficient management of our In
tond tnt and Wardens, tho doht of tho Town lins
boen reduced, since Ibo Inst nnr.ual report, from
K.563 .1? to $2.046 73. This bus hoon dono,
"hilo a Inrge amount of work has been dono#
looking to health and improvement.
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? DANOS, Af'.
Wc regret that pressure upon mir columns bas
?empelled us to dofor, until next wcok, tho ad?
vertisement of Col. O. W. LBK, Agent at Sumtor
to toll tho "Solublo Paoiflo," "Phoipho Peru?
vian,'' and olhor valuable fertilizers, manufactu?
red by Mr. JOHN B. MAIIDV. Also tho "Mnpo'e"
Preparations, Col. LBB will bo plcnscd to fur
nish circulars and receive ordors for any of these
manures, at tho Hardware Storo of Mr. L. P. Lo
.uso.
BALTIMORE AND WILMINGTON
Weekly Steamship Line.
coravosKD OP
Tho First Class Steamships
Inucille,
(VV. S. HARRINGTON, Commander.)
James A. Gary
(II. L. HALL, Commander.)
Oil? cf tho above Steamships will Icavo DALTI
MO Uli and WILMINGTON every
SATURDAY,
forming a Regular
W E E KL Y L IN E .
nnd tho only authorized through eonneotion with
Wilmington A Mtioebestor Railroad.
COTTON und ?Aber Produce consigned to our
.caro will bo shipped to BALTIMORE by first
?teamer,
FREE OF COMMISSION.
Having covarod Wharves in WILMINGTON
and BALTIMORE, goods oat? bo received ut all
tituco and bo properly protected.
A. B. S H EPPERSON A CO., Ag'te.
Nos. ll and 12 North Water Street,
Oot 20 Wilmington, N. C.
Steamship Line.
Tho Magnificent New Iron Ste'niships
Volunteer, * : Capt. JONES,
Regulator,
Capt.: PENNINGTON
Fanita, ' : : Capt. TRUMAN,
Now form a SEMI-WEEKLY LINE botweou
NEW YORK and WILMINGTON.
Conneotitig with tho W. & M., W. ,t W. and
tho W. C A R. R. Railroads.
Proight consigned to tho R. R. Agoutwillgo
forward promptly, without delny.
This Lino brings goods from Now York ut Ibo
following rates.
Piont* IO rents per lt.II rel,
Pork IO C'eut? pur Hurrel?
ItlolnssjcM IO Cents, per Karrol,
Su??nr IO Coutts per **
Measurement'goods 2 couts por foot; Weight
goods 10 cents per 100 lbs.
For Freight apply to
BARRY BROTHERS, Agents,
Doo 1-_
ADRIAN & V?LLERS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Provisions, Groceries and Liquors,
W ILM IX G TUX, N, C.
orri;n rou 8ALB :
lilQUOHS.ttyoft'id Com Whiskies.
Gins, Hruudios, Rums of
nil grades, in bbls., half
bbls. und cases,
WItvliS.Clarets, Madeiras, Ports,
Sherrys, Rhino Wino, Ca?
tawba, und Scuppuruoug,
in bbls. und cases,
CORDIALS.l?a-phcrry mid Lomon Sy?
rup, Bluekborry Dru tidy,
Sch loila m Sein iip|is. Van
Brunt's Schnapps, Kim
I niel, German, Plantation,*
Alpine and Sa zo rou Hit?
ters, in cases und bbls.
TOBACCO.C h ewin g-Lorlllnrd's
Yacht Club, Virginia Gold,
Leaf, Ycuablo's .thick
Crystal. Monumental, Na
vy, mid s o tu o Com mon
Grades, in boxes und
cuddles.
5 muk! n g-Lorlllnrd's
Ito.-o Leaf. Eureka, Gail
6 Ax's Apricot, Kitllki
nick, Danville. Dig Lick,
mid other brand.1, in lot?
to suit.
Si.tiAlts. Havana imported, Parta.
gas. Lo Flor du Adrian A
V?llers, Coni'iliiilion, La
. Ccrouu du Espagna, und
some twenty bru inls ol'
lower qualities by tho
mills only.
PIltlSCKACKftltS No. 1 Gold Chop.
< A I'S.Ely's timi Coals Water?
proof, G. D , und .Mus?
kol,
SHOT.Duck and Drop, all sizes.
flt CITS...Apple.", Dried Pears and
Peaches. Shel Iud Almonds
Layer Raisins, Coc?n.'
nuts, Brazil Nuts, Wills
tints, Filberts, Currants,
Citron, and Oranges, at
Wholesale only.
CANN li I) GOODS-Condensed Milk, Eagle
Bruntl, Oysters und Lob
St?rs, Fresh Peaches, To?
matoes, Drnudy Peaches,
and Cherrie::, both foreign
domestic, Sardines, Mixed
nnd Plain Pickles, Chow
Chaw, in casos only,
rVitt'i/s.Laudanum. Paregoric,
Castor Oil, Painkiller,
Copperas. Sat Soda, Sal?
er .lus, Bi Curb Soda
Cronin Tartar, Fig Dino
'Washing Dine. Essence ol'
Peppermint, and Lunion,
Raco Ginger, Ca lil ph or,
David's und Bartlett's
Inks, Caslilo .Soap, Lyu
nnd Potash, in original
cases only.
CANDII?S.Small and Largo Stick,
Fancy Assorted, by thu
box only.
TI! A S...Imperial, Hyson, Sou?
chong, Oolong, in half
chests ?iud cuddies.
Our Stuck of Comic, Crackers, Soaps, und Can?
dies, Flours, Syrups, and Mollisse?,Sugar, Bacon
'nnd Pork, Sall und Fish, being ut present tho
largest and host assorted in North Carolina, wo
nro nb'o to lill nuy orders entrusted to UH with
dispatch.
ADRIAN A VOLLMES.
Dec 22
KING'S MOUNTAIN
Military School.
YORK VILLE, S. 0.
rpiIE First Session of tho School year of 1870,
X will botfln on Ibo 1ST OF FEBRUARY.
THUMS.- For School Expenses, ?'. c., Tuition,
Books, Stationery, Ac, Boarding, Fuel, Lights
and Washing, $IU& In currency, per session of
fivo months.
For circulars containing full particulars, npply
to COL. A. COWARD,
Principal and Proprietor.
Deel.'? Ct
jlf??CALDWBLIj.
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL DE A Lt n IN
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Corner of Nain and Republican Sis.
Sumter, So. Ca*
Oct 0 ly
PERUVIAN GUANO,
FERTILIZERS
and Corn.
J)LANTERS DKS?ttINO US TO PUR
ciia.-c fur them.
COHN, PERUVIAN GUANO,
SOLEADLE PACIFIC GUANO,
CAROLINA FERTILIZER,
OU ANY OTHER KIND OF FERTILIZERS,
?ill pienso sen J lu their or Jere by FIRST OF
DECE.MUER.
Green, Watson & Walsh,
DEALERS IN
fl K X K lt A ls MK Iii MIA N DI S E.
COTTON
SHIPPED.
Wc huvo m ado nriangctuculs to ship
COTTON
To New York, Dnltiinoro or Chnrleston, making
Cash Advances
on snmo when delivered, nnd hov ng it held nt
El TH KR POINT
us long os tnny bo desirod.
Wo will re?oive Cotton nt Sumter, Lynchburg,
Mnycsvillc or Manchester.
Green, Matson & Walsh,
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE
AMD
COMMISSION Al?li CIL I NTS.
CLEAN RICE"
IN BARRELS,
SUPER AND FAMILY FLOUR,
WHITE CORN IN SACKS,
CHOICE SEED WHEAT,
MESS PO UK,
AND
FAMILY BEEF.
McLanrin, Solomons & CO
November 10
THE UKKGD
Having moved in lo their
New (Brick) Warehouse,
will take on
STORAGE AND COMMISSION,
Produce to bc sold tn this or oilier
markets.
Will order on Planters account all
.? ll PPLIES TU KY M AY llEQUIUM,
willi assurances of large saving lo them
IIi<in such purchases.
Land Agency.
Parties wishing to sell LAND will
have th benefit of our CATA LOO UH,
issued mun!lily, and regularly exchanged
with Northern and European Land
Agencies.
Persons desiring to Purchase Land
will be afforded every facility of doing
so, on application to
McLaurin, Solomons & Co.
Reduced rates for Fertili?
zers on Cash Orders,
Eli wan No. 1. at $5-1 formerly
$00 per Ton.
Kt ?wan i\ro. 2. at $03 formerly
$70 per Ton,
Bangh's Raw Bone Phosphate.
Also orders taken for Pure
Peruvian Guano.
MCLAURIN SOLOMONS & co.
Nov 17
MERCER & JOHNSTON.
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS. *
1 Dowly'a Wharf.
Ball i more, Md.
riAUK undersigned acting ns Agent for tho
X above linn, respectfully solicits Consign?
ments of Colton, upon which ho will ndvnnco throo
Iniirlhs of its market value on tho dny or .?hip
men! hi CASH. Cotton held over if desired,
drain, Potatoes, Rucon und other orders pjompt
ly tiled upon satisfactory forms. (Lind reference
viven if required. Requesting your patronage.
I remain, yours truly,
THOMAS T. UPS II I'lt, J?.
Dee 22 lim
T H ES ? BSC RIB ER
AS esiuhlLhod himself in a room ndjoining
thu Post Oflieu, for tho purposoof
MARINO AND REPAIRING HARNESS AND
SADDLES TO ORDER.
Any one favoring him willi their work limy Ito
assured timi it will ho done with neatness und
dI sim I (di,
All kiwis of Irado w ill Lo taken for work dono
In his shop, (?ive him a nial mid satisfy your
"elves. lt OLE RT KIRKLEY.
Nov 21 _?m
li ST A TIA NOT I CK?
ALL poisons luivingdemands against thoos
tu?o nf Samuel J. Bradley* duccu/ud, will
present them properly proven within tho limo ru*
ti il I red by law, nud tiloso iiidcbled lo said estnto
will mu ko payment to Ibo undorsiguod nt her
residence in Sin labu ra, or to lier ntlornoys,
Mo.'srs. Rialitirdsun A Moses, utSuintur S. C.
ELI/A?UT1I N. HEADLEY,
Executrix.
Dee 16-t?* _
Notice.
IMARYS. HAWKINS, wifo of J. W. Haw?
kins, of Suinter Colliny, Stato of South (Juro
litin. lb) hereby givo notice that ul Ibo end of ?n6
month from thu llrst publication of this uoiico,
sim will i railu us solo trader in nil business por
mining to planting on tho plantation formerly
owned hy J. W. Hawkins, in Sumter County,
State of South Carolina.
MARY S. HAWKINS.
Dec 22 lm
W???I0ri7BmD? co,
VESTAL OIL, FOR ILLUMINATING.
PUT UP IN
FIVE AND TEN GALLON PACKAGES,
FOR FAMILY USE,
' NO MORE EXPLOSIONS!
SAFETY GUARANTEED!!
?URNS LONGER THAN ORDINARY OIL, AND ABOVE ALL TS PER?
FECTLY i?r?
Ruad wbut Professor SHEPARD rays :
LABORATORY OF THE MEDICAL COLLEGE, 1
QuKKN~S??ELT, CBAHLEaTOK, S. C. >
MK.-RUS. WM, M. BIUD A CO.;
Gontloiuoo-I buvo examined th? srrmplo of Voa lal OH tont br 70a, ?nd doterralrad the tr? point
i. e. tho temperature st which tho oil becomes inflainiuable, to be above 130 decrees Fahrenheit. The
Hulled Stnlea stautlard requires 119 degrees Fabrenholt. Aa tba 'fire point' of this OH is 20 degrees
Fahrenheit above ibo required standard, the Oil is to be recorded es safe, and thus s apollos a great
I want of tho oommuqiiy. Very Respectfully, CHARLES 0. SHEPARD, Jr., M. D'.
WM. M. BIRD & C?7s?Lti PltOPRIE^O?lS.
AND DEALERS IN
STRICTLY PURE OILS, AND PAINTS.
No. 208 EAST BAY STREET, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Oct 13 ?m
NEW STORE
-IN
SU MT EB. S. C.
fJMIE UNDERSIGNED unuouncea to th?
citizens uf Snintor County that ho has oponed a
Storo at tho old stand of
WHITS Sc LEE,
COHN lat OF
MAIN AND REPUBLICAN STREETS.
Thnt ho intontls to dovolo himself to but ono
brunell of trade, that ff
BOOTS & SHOES,
Hats,
and
Trunks,
&c, &c*
of which ho will keep a lurgo and varied assort?
ment of tho host quality.
That having made urrungcnicnU for a con?
stunt supply direct from tho largost and bust
M A NUP A CTURfSRS
in this country, ho will sell not only nt
Retail
but
Wholesale,
AT A
LIBERAL DISCOUNT.
Ho hopos by attention and
LOW PRICES,
to obtain a fail ?haro of public pa I rc nu go.
Ho requests un inspection ol his stock.
JAMES CALDWELL,
llttC of Ll) C ililli of
JAMES M. CALDWELL & SONS,
Charleston, S. C.
Oct. G-Im.
MILLINERY
AND
Fancy Goods.
MISS E. D, BRITTON
HA VI Nt* returned from tho North is pro
prepared tu olTcr her friends and patrons a
HANDSOME AND COMPLETE STOCK OP
Fall and Winter Millinery,
FA*CY (.'OOHS, &C.
Carefully selected by herself. Sho will continue
to get fresh supplies overy thrco or fe ur weeks,
so should anything new occur in the stylos of
HATS und BONXKTS, I it cr in tho season, sho
will bo furnished with tho vory latest.
ELEGANT BRIDAL
II ATS AND BONNETS,
mndo to ordor on short notice
Country orders will receive strict attention.
Oct ii tf
A. WHITE,
Fire & Life Insurance Agent,
SUMTER, S. C.
UNDERWRITERS, AGENCY, N. Y
SECURITY INSURANCE CO., N. Y
ENTERPRISE ? ? Ciuo
GEORGIA HUME ? Geo
RICHMOND HANKING IN. CO
SOUTHERN LtFKS INSURANCE CO
[Memphis and Atlanta.
Capital Represented, $12.000,000.
Notice.
IMARY A. BRENNAN, wife of James
Brennan of tho town of Sumter, Merchant, do
; hereby ?ive notice, that nt the end of ono month
I from thu first publication of this notlco sho will
trudo ns a solo trailer in tho business of Mo< han
diso in tho Town of Sumter, in thoStnto of South
Carolina. MARY A. BRENNAN.
Doo 8 lpj.
For Sale.
IBOYD'S EXTRA PROLIFIC COTTON
> SEED - Produced from Scod selected tho
post two yoars, und savod with care, in reforonooto
planting. Ordors lolt with Capt. L. P. IiottiNo
or J. T. SOLOMON?, will bo promptly filled-or
application may bo tundo to tho undersigned at
I his rosldenco.
J. M. PITT.4.
1 Nov 10 2m
Upholsterer, Manufactu r,
AND DEALER IX
FTJRNIT UEE,
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS IIIS friends
and patrons that ha is noir prepared to furnish
them with
Furniture, etc.,
of tho different STYLES ami PATTERNS now
io uso. Ho TIBS now on hand a supply of
CANE AND WOOD SEAT CHAIRS,
DEDSTEADS,
TABLES,
BUREAUS,
CRIBS,
AC, AC.
SAMPLE PLATES from tho best Manufactu?
rers of Illiston and Now York-will bo shown to
purchasers and uny styles profu:rcd, not on
band, will bo ordered for iiccommodution of pat?
rons-all of which will bo sold ut prices to suit
ibu times.
FURNITURE inado to order, lu any stylo and
at short uoiicc.
Manufacturing, Repairing and Upholstery
dono promptly, and in u neat uud workmanlike
manner.
Picture Frames of all sixes, Roso Wood, Gilt,
and ptain mouldings, mudo to ardor, und Looking
Glasses sut in frame-, und fur salo.
FUNERALS promptly attended to in Town
or Country, and Metallic, Mahogany, Walnut,
or Common Collins, furnished us required, ut j
short notice.
Deo 8
l t ?. DeL?IlM?,
Druggist and Apothecary
SUMTER, S. C.
IN SOLICITING TUE PATRONAGE OF
tho public, is gratified to announce tbtit
Late Additions to his Stock I
enables him to offer a fino assortment of j
DRUGS, PHARMACEUTIC PREPARATIONS
PROP RI ETA RY M E DI CIN ES,
WINES, LIQUORS,
FLAVORING AND HANDKERCHIEF
EXTRACTS,
COLOGNES,
TOILET POWDERS and SOAPS,
TOOTH-BRUSHES, Ac, Ac.
Caswoll, Hn7.ard A Co.'s Ferro Dbosphorotca
Elixir of Calisaya Bark.
Russell's Southing Cn dial-undoubtedly tho
safest and most reliable preparation of its
kind oxlaiit.
Dr. Brudfiuld's Futnulo Regulator.
Myucinlhia, for tho Hair.
Spear's Fruit Preserving Solution, and var?en,
Othor valuubloaud popular preparation? on hand.
-ALSO
A STOCK OF CIGARS-Assorted. ;
PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS compound?
ed with euro and exactness, ut any hour, day or
night.
y?S" To bo found during tho night at tho)
Storo.
July 7
DHU GS,
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS
Toilet and Fancy Articles.
A. ANDERSON & CO..
Apothecaries and Chemists,
SUMTER, S. C.
Aro recolving cont-tautly a full supply of Pure]
Drills and Chcmiculs, und n wot! selected ?tod
of Fancy Articles and Perfumery.
-ALSO
A groat variety of Toilet Soaps,
Extract? foi- ibo Handkerchief,
Fino Colognes, Foreign mid Domestic,
Surgical Instriimunt*. Truste*, Ao.
All Medicines w urruntcd genuine and of tho j
very bost quality.
PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS, Carefully
compounded night or doy. To bo found ut night
at the rosldenco of Mr. Anderdon on Main-St,
A. ANOliltSON, - A. JJ. CHINA, ni. I?
Jun fi
CHEAP GOODS !
Bargains ! ! Bargains ! ! !
C For the Xiadies, )
NOW, LADIES, whon you aro shopping nnd
need gunds in your hue, remember
FRANK FOLSOM'S CHEAP VARIETY
STORK,
nnd cull nnd seo him heforn purchasing else?
where. I huvo nearly EVERYTHING you wish.
DRES8 GOODS,
TRIMMINGS.
BUTTONS;
AND ALL KIND
FANCY GOODS,
HOSIERY,
HOOP r KI UTS,
AO.
Make them a Speciality,
Can't bo bent tl is sido New York.
NO EXAGGERATION
GOOD GREEN A BLACK TEA nt $1 25 por
pound. CAN FRUITS A PICKLES in vurioty.
PRANK FOLSOM.
Doc I
IN STORE
--AND
F??t SALE LOW.
300 T* FLOU?, tofiotos brands.
10,000 pounds Bacon S?des and Shoulders.
25 Bbl J Moins sos.
6,000 pounds'Sugar, various qualities.
20 Sacks Rio, L.iguoy ra aud Java Coffee.
25 Bbls Crackers, different kinds'.
100 Kegs Nails, assorted slsos.
200 Sacks Liverpool Suit, Sn large tacks.
4,000 pounds Cotton Ties.
0 Bolos' Meav/ Bugging*
?0'Boxes Family, and Toilet Soup.
15 Boxes Starch'.'
25' Boxes Choleo diocese.
6 Bbls Choice Leaf Lard.
30 Boxes Candles.
'J Firkins Choke CToshdn Cutterv
And a full assortment ?f
Canned Fruits,
Oysters, Lobsters,
Sardines, Hyson and Black Tea,
Pepper, Splco, Ginger, Ao.
A. A. Solomons,
Cor. Main & Liberty-Streets.
Oct 20
TO ARRIVE.
300 BUSHELS
I
Black Seed Oats?1
-ALSO
SEED WHEAT
and
RYE.
For sa le by
A. A. SOLOMONS.
i
Cor. Main & Liberty Streets.
Oct 20
Just Received,
Fall and Winter Stock,
AT
J . E . SHAKES.
BUY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS and SHOES,
CLOTHING,
Together with a variety of other Goods.
Old Rye Whiskey.
Thu Subscriber wishes to unnouiice that ho
will be in constant rccoipt o? (ho COPPER DIS.
TILLED MOUNTAIN PURE and UNADUL?
TERATED
WHITE & COLORED RYE WHISKEY,
Direct (mm the Distillery nt Huntsville, Berk
Icy County, Wcsloru Virginia.
-ALSO
Brandies, (?in, Wines, Porter & Ale,
All ol' thc Best Brands. Also
A VU OWE LOT OF SEO ARK
J. E. Suares,
MAIN STREET, WEST SIDE.
Sept 20 Sumter, S. C.
Furniture
-AT
Tl!K SUMTER
FURNITURE WARER00MS,
A LMtOE LOT OF
Bedsteads and Chairs,
AND
Cottage Setts,
Tho Subscriber is. receiving and will continue
to receive a si ooh nf
FURNITURE.
direct irani tho inanufaelory, c< insisting of ?Imosl
every ?rdelo in ihut linc.
J. E. ?U A ll KS,
Malu Street, opposlto thu Express Office.
Rcpt 21? Sumter. S. C.
PU UK *vY HITE G lt A NIT K
DINNER SETS.
134<,r,:CKS n' *:,?>0?'
ALSO
?A good assortment of flRANlTE by tho picco,
Toan and Coffees in sets,
Covorcvd Dishes,
Olass Ware,
A lian
A very good assortment of
LAMPS,
Latest Styles,
Nov 8_ ,T. R. F. BOONE.
French China
Toa, Sets.
A A PIECKS for $12.50,
*hfh nt BOONE'S.
500 I,Vsn,':LS ?OTTOS SEED for salo.
J.,'p,.y BRUN.VAN, Agont,
Uiborly ?Snout.
Du- 15 Imo?.
FIftjE A SJ
INB?B.
CHAS. M? ??OISE,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
AND GLOBE
Insurance; Company. I
Capital, Surplus and Reserved Fonds, i
tn Gold, $17,700,000. | <
Seventeen* Million and Seven Hundred
. Thousand Dollars}-IN GOLlX
Iuvcslcd in thc United ir tates, Two Mil?
lions of Dollars. 82,000,000.
Risks iu Sumter, taken at Charleston
rates.
j
Residences in Ute Country Insur?
ed at LOW Mates.
Losses paid promptly in Charles?
ton, i
i
On the payment of Ten Years
premiums in CASH, a jwrjpet* j
ital poliey will bc issued. j
-n--B-oMw- HI min? wnpmc?anmg^
C. ?. MA80N.!
WATCH Hf A KKK
AND
JEWELER.
SUMTER, S. C.
linn just received nml keeps ul noys OH Im nd
Kew mid Houutiful Styles ot
JEWELRY, FYE GLASSES, ?O.
WATCHES, CLOCKS mid JEWEI.ltY UK
PAIRED WITH DISPATCH.
Mureil ttl_
O. F. HOYT.
SUCCESSOR TO
I HOYT,
SO. OA.
"yyOULD respectfully inform lils friends
ind tho public of Sum tor, und adjoining counties,
that ho hos recently returned from New York,
with n choice selection of
LADIES* AND GENTLEMEN'S'
'\W Cit O JOL ?
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE,
SPECTACLES, &c, &c,
His stock embraces nil ?tlio latost style.-:, und
will be sold nt reasonable rates.
Sept St)_
New Hardware Store,
Main-st. under Sumter Hotel.
L. I\ LO KING,
--AoKNT t'ult
Messrs. Tiing & Huppman,
DAI.TlIUOlCIt, m. ?.
Would respectfully announce to his friends and
tho public, thu! hu hus received mid oponed, al
the ubovo estubluhincnt a
Stock of Hardware and
Family Utensils,
oinhraciiig every urtlrlo lu this lino of business,
which ho inlands lo sell ut tho
LOW HST PltlCIiS, B'Olt CANIL
Ho will keep always in storo, n c?mplelo assort
mont of
Collin's Axe?, Ames' Shovels and Spades,
Trace Chains, Hoes,
Hakes. Pitch Pl.rkS,
(train (.'radies, Scythe Eludes,
tl mino Solves,
Pocket and Table futiere,
Drais Preserving Kettles.
Tin War??, Window (tia?s-all ?ixes.
Puroona lu want ol' thc must convenient am!
CRUnomlcal Stoves, cull bo supplied willi the
latest Improved patterns ut prices which cannot
fail lo giro on tiro *uti?Tuctiou,
Muy 20
FrH?LT?H FOLSOM,
5 MTW%K o
Pi
.- ZS
REMOVED TO
J H'? DArgAu's ('on Tee H o no ry,
O uv. Dani' \'Ol'I It Oj*/fu' I'J.i'ju't'itH O?U?.
Where bu ls prepi.1 to Au nil work in bi' lim
WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY nco tl;
repaired mid guarani, vii tn bo honestly un'i
fu i i li Killy done. Thankful for past liberal p.i
rotinga, ho hopes lo tut rit u cniiliiiiiiiiiec ol' tlc
sumo. [ jan ?j
IN LIE
HIGHEST AND LATEST STYLES
OP ART, A ll E NOW TAKEN RY
WI LI)ER & WHEELER,
At tho Gallery In Sumter, lately kept by ll.
MCCALLUM, such as
PH OTOO It A PUS,
1V0RYTYPKS,
AMIIHOTYPES.
PERP.OTYPDi, d<
PH A M KS of ?tl slr.os fitrnlsht d.
PICTU HES colored, and old pictures chimed
ami ri-moiitiii.il,
\ IKWft for sale,
Nov. ?
A. IN" CJ
insurance
, & c.
?robklyu Mutual
raneo Co., of -\
Annual Income n
Million,of Dui l.i
Character well i:*:
ter.
Pheonix LTiilu:? ?
Company, i' :
Vssots til Mur'ivl < ; i
Tb roo lluihln ? ;.
Dollars.
jtJS.SOS fluid ttl ('
mid Six-v fis:b? '.
J ellura. *
filis CUII?J>.;II,V ba.?
claim.
TK ll M ri--it Ai. .
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