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tar Tb? foamier W* tcbsnan.]
?aar Mothar, pray ft IM ?M ?gara,
kiss ?? BW jr forehead's grow? cold,
toa? it kalk boan, ?inc? thar? lt bato lalo,
\j tb? raootba tbat've rolled,
y th? jr ear? tbat've rolled,
ralea ef Nm? and alo with lu ft?lo,
1/ over my ?oui.
r, ?ear Mother, pray btu ate again,
Aad ?loee to tay br ?on enfold,
A heart so? grown old la sorrow and pain,
(?V/ . Ia eerretr ead aadnesa untolj,
^ ^ Vfatvlef aa? io sorrow grown old.
Ot ti ia? aad of talents, life wasted in rain,
A tale of each sorrow unfold.
rafe Mother, dear Mother, pray kiss me once more,
A Aa ?loee lo thy loving embrace,
Needing ooee moro, as oft nestled before,
g la sorrow tba furrows yoa trace,
J Dadly and sorrowfully trace,
Bash vestige of sorrow and sadly deplore,
Tho lines which yoa cannot efface.
Mother, dear Mother, ob I kiss me I pray,
Toar soft loving lips on my brow,
Will the wild tb robbing of anguish allay,
And brighten the hopes that are now,
Like angels reonrding my vow,
Nw wore from thy side again ever to stray
Or darken with sorrow thy brow.
[For the Sumter Watchman.]
A Talk with the Children.
Christmas and New Year's day have
como and gone. Court week haS passed.
Mr. Hubbard aod his Constabulary force,
with their seven shootcrs,*hu ve ceased to
arrest our people. Our peaceable citizens
who were arraigned as the Ku Klux
Kevian, he bceu honorably acquitted.
Our firemen have given their supper,
and enjoyed their fiuo speeches, and as
. things have onco more resumed their
normal condition, we propose to renew
our pleasant little talks ou difierent top?
ics. Suppose wo try geese, of which
there are, several species. There are in
our country, three varieties of domestic
geese. The. variety which is most com?
mon is readily recognized by tho mule
being always white and tho female of a
dark dun color, sometimes partly white.
? Another varioty has a larger body and a
' neok more arched, with red bills, and
feet like the former kind. Tho third
variety are much larger, with longer
neoks and a blaok bill with a hump
.upon it, which gives it a peculiar ap?
pearance. They are called China geese.
Both male and femalo ara of tho same
peouliar dun oolor. All these varieties
look beautiful on the wator. Their
cheerfulness, blue eyes, and grace upon
the water, make them very attractive
Nature has provided goso with a web
between thoir toes, as a means of pro?
pelling themselves in tho water, and
strsnge to say, if a hole is cut in this
' film, so as to destroy a greater part of it,
tho web will all grow up again. Your
Grand Pa once bought quito a number
of geese, and fearing that they might
stray off, marked them by cutting a hole
three quarters of an inch in diameter, in
tho web of each right foot, but to his
surprise, npou examining them a few
months after, he found tho holes all
grownup and the marks entirely ob! it
Geese arc remarkable for their conju?
gal atfection, and mayservo as a valuable
example of constancy. \V hen once they
mate or marry, they aro as true to each
other as tho most exact, virtue can de
maud. They are very cheerful, never
indulging in low spirits, as some silly
people do, but enjoy lifo to tho highest
They arc given to one bad habit, viz.
fighting. Tho spring season is their
fighting period, and their buttles arc
very severe, and tho victory of tho for?
tunate one is eelcbruted by loud cries
/ and cackling. Geese are very vigilant,
especially at night. The appearance ol'
j a strange person or a sound of an un?
common noise, will causo them to cry
out io aloud cackle. It is said that
tho ancient city of Home was JU cc saved
by tho cackling of some domestio geese,
which aroused the sentinels, just in
timo to prevent its being surprised and
Wild geese aro beautiful birds, cither
"' on land, in thc air, or on tho water.
They migrato to our country in tho
winter, and their carly approach is paid
to indicate a very cold, winter. When
on the wing, they utter a strange wild
ery. There is but a slight difference
between tho male and female. They arc
frequently captured by hunters in thc
upper part of thc State, and are quite an
ornament in a yard of poultry? They
u ev or lay eggs, however, or ra iso young
ones, but keep to themselves, and
appear as strangers in at-traugo laud.
Tho largest and most beautiful of thc
goose tribe is tho swan. They aie
luuoh larger than the common goose,
have long arched necks und ure beau ii
lulas they float, swim and divo. Thc
old one? defend their young with great
bravery and force, striking fiercely both
with their bouks and wings, and have
been known to break thc arms of men,
. , who have ventured to> rob their-ncsts.
?our GUANI) PA.
.-Tho champion butter of a Western
city olaitns also to bu the "universal
sympathiser," because ho bas felt for
-Why is t the happiest ofthovowls?
Because i is in the midst of blisse is in
hell, and all tho other* are io purga
T IN TUB . ,
HIGHEST AND LATEST. STYLES
OF ART, ARB NOW TAKEN BY
WILDER & WHEELER,
At th? Gallery lu Sumter, lately kept bjr H. B
MCCALLUM, soeb ??
I'll OTOO KA PUS,
FRAMES of all ?ir.es famished.
PICTURES colorad,and old picture? cleaned
and remounted. .
STEREOSCOPES AND STEREOSCOPIC
VI KWd for ?ale.
B. Ri HARB. t>. Na DUI,l.t.
NASH & DULIN,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
SMOKING AND CHEWING, OF
SUMTER, SO. CA. *
Keep a good supply of NORTH CAROLINA
RYE and COHN WHISKEY, SUGARS, uod
LIQ I ORS of various kind?.
'foilACCO nt Wholesale furnished nt Manu?
Country Murdin nu will do well to call and
?XRoilne our ?took.
All orders promptly oxeootct when accompa?
nied with the ooah.
The custom of my old friends whom I havo
furnished by wagon for sevorul years is re?
B. R. NASH.
MISS E. D. BRITTON
HAVING returned from tho North is pre?
prepared to o (Tur her friends mid pntrons a
HANDSOME AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
Fall and Winter Millinery,
F Afc CY GOODS, &C.
Carefully selected by herself. Sho will continue
to got frosh supplios every thrco or faur n ecks,
PO should anything new occur in tho styles of
HATS nnd BONNETS, Itter iu ?ho season, sho
will be furnished with tho very lutest.
HATS AND BONNETS.,
made to order on short notice.
Country ordurs will receive strict attention.
Baugh's Raw Bone
SUPER-PHOSPATE OF LIME.
TAM now receiving roy supplies of this MA?
NURE uno Hunters can rely upon getting
an article fully up to standard, ns per ammlysis.
AU bought from myself or authorized agent?, I
will guarantoe, as o very cargo JO sold is analyzed
?n arrival here, and tho high, clcur character of
the mun uro fully kcp? up.
J? N? HOBSON,
SOLE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
Nos. 1 aud 2 Atlantio Wharf,
Chr.r'.oston, S. C.
PATE & TAYLOR,
Agents for Sumter County.
Prof. SHEPARD jays of analysis mudo Oct.
10th, ISGV, "A valuable manure mid decidodly
superior to the nrtlelo of last year."
EXPERIMENT MADE BY M. C. M. HAM?
MOND, OF BEECH ISLAND, S. C.
No Manure-887 lbs. seed Cotton per acre.
175 lbs Peruvian Guano-1:,28 lbs. seed Cotton
175 lbs. Bnughs'-1480 lbs. seed Cotton per acre.
Jun 5 tf
?y^OULD respectfully inform his friends
und the publie of Sumter, und adjoining counties,
thot ho has recently received u ehoico sclec
LADIES' AND GENTLE M ENS'
SPECTACLES, *&c, &c,
His stock embraces nil ?tho latest styles, mid
will l>" sold at reasonable rote3.
Sept 29 . _
RI^HE SUBSCRIBER having met with a very
1 serious loss in getting his crop of COTTON
burnt up, haB como to thc determination tu oder
his services to tho people of Sumter District, ns a
SURVEYOR, and believes that bis experience
for the I.lit thirty yonrs ns Surveyor, will ennblo
him to give satisfaction, fur competency and
Reference may bc had tn all the old Judges of
the Court in tbis State, and tho Attorneys of
JAM HS D. McILWAIN.
Nov 17 Sinn*.
ALL persons baring domnuds against tho cs
tuto of Snmuol J. Bradley, doceused, will
present thom properly proven within tho time re?
quired hy law, and tnoso indebted to said estate
?viii moko payment to thu undersigned ut her
residence in Stateburg, or tn her attorneys,
Messrs. Richardson A Moses, nt Sumter S. C.
ELISABETH N. BRADLEY,
I. H. ALEXANDER.
BROAD STREET, CAMDEN, S. C.
Kvory description of work exocutcd with
promptness, ?nd in tho most approved ami dura?
ble stylo. Sols of Teeth furnished ut very mud
RE V ti UK NC BB t
Hen. J.. B. Kershaw, Camden, S. C.
T. Bnrooh, M. .'>.. ?
L. H. Deus, " "
J. M. Da via, lisq., " ?
Jun & Bm
Fire & Life Insurance Agent
SUMTER, H. C.
UNDERWRITERS, AGENCY, N. Y.
SECURITY INSURANCE CO., N. Y
ENTERPRISE ? ? Ciun.
GEORGIA HOME ? Geo.
RICHMOND RAN KINO IN. CO.
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE CO.
['Memphis and Album.
Papila! Itcpwailcrf, ?12.000,000.
SOUTH SEA GUANO.
Rodes1 Ground Gypsum.
?Sf Circulars with detailed statements fur?
nished on spplication to tho General Agent,
B. S. RHETT & SON,
Charleston, S. C.
Or to GREEN, WATSON A WALSFJ,
Jnpt26-3mJ_Agents at Sumter, S. C. '
AIM A R'S SARRACENIA
FLY TRAP BITTERS
Tho Great Southern remedy for
GENERAL DE H ll,ITV, Ac.
Cr. We Aimar,
Chemist and Druggist,
Charleston, S. C.
SAVANNAH, GA. I
Match ?th, 1809. J
Mn. Vf. O. Ai st A n-Dear Sir:-A roombor of
my family suffering long from Dyi-ptpMti, has
experienced more rolicf from your SARRACE?
NIA BITTERS than from any otbor modiciue
she hos over tried. It is must excellent, for in
vigoratiog thc system and emiting nn appetite.
I regard it ns decidedly the most benefieiul of ail j
Yours, vorv respcctfnllv,
N. J. DARRELL,
Sold by all Druggists.
General Agents RISLEY A Co.,
No. 141 Chambers Street, New York.
AGENTS AT SUMTER.
J. F. W. DoLormo. A. Anderson A Co.
Nov 3 6m
THE ONLY STRICTLY
Grocery and Liquor Rouse
r jr* II E UNDERSIGNED BEING DULY
Authorized to continue thc husinoss of tho late
linn of CRANE A EBERHART, begs loave to
cull tho attention of his friends and tho public
generally to his
NEW AND WELL SELECTED
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
WLich ho offers low for CASH ONLY.
X<j- All articles warranted as recommende
JW- Puro Medicinal Liquors kept constantly
J. H. EDEiniART.
ADRIAN & VOLLEKS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Provisions, Groceries anti Liquors,
WILMINGTON, N, C.
opKnn ron RALR :
L,I?H'OItS.Ryo a'id Corn Whiskies?
Gins, Brandies, Rums of
nil grndes, in bbls., half
bills, aid cases.
WINES.Clarets, Mndeir.is, Ports,
Shorrys, Rhino Wino, Cn
tnwbn, and Souppernoug,
in bbls. und etisus.
CORDIALS.Kasphorry and Lemon Sy?
rup, blackberry Urandy,
Seltiediim Schi upps, Van
Brunt's Schnapps, Kim?
mel, Germnn, Plantation,
Alpino and Sar.eruc Rit?
ters, in cases mid bbls.
'ron .tero.C howlit g-Lori Hard's
Yacht Club, Virginia Gold
Leaf, Venable.'* lllack
Crystal. Monumental, Na?
vy, and soino Common
Grades, in boxes and
S m o kin g-Lorilbtrd's
R.i.-e Leaf, Eureka, Gnii
A Ax's Apricot, Killiki
nick, Dativillo. Rig Lick,
and other brands, in lots
SSCtiARS.M.Havana imported, Parla
gas, Le Flor do Adrian A
V?llers, Conciliation, ha
Ccronn tie Espiigun, and
. some twonty brands of
lower qualities by ibo
FXUECR.ICKERS No. 1 Gold Chop.
CAPS.Ely's and Conls Water?
proof, G. D., and Mus?
SHOT.Buck and Drop, nil ?hos
FRUITS.Apples, Dried Portrs nnd
Puuches, Shelled Almonds
Layer Raisins, Curons
nuts, Rrii7.il Nuts, WnN
nuts, Filberts, Cttrrnnts,
Citron, ami Oranges, nt
CANNED GOODS Condensed .Milk, Eagle
Brand, Oysters und Lob?
sters, Fresh Poaches, To?
matoes, Brandy Poaches.
and Cherries both foreign
domestic, Sardine, M ix eil
nnd Plain Pickles, Chow
Chaw, in cases only.
Castor Oil, Painkiller.
Copperas, Sal Soda, Sill?
er.lus, Bi Curb Soda
Cream Tartar, fig Rlun
Washing Blue, Kssonce of
Peppermint, and Lemon,
linen Ginger, Camphor.
David's nnd Bartlett's
Inks, Cm-tile Soap, Lye
iiutl Potash, in original
CANDII?S.Small nnd Largo Stick,
Fancy Assorted, hy tho
TICAS.Imperial, Hyson, Sou?
chong, Oolong, in half
chests and enddics. ?
Our Stock nf CoRoo, Crackers, Soaps, and Cnn
die?, Flouts, Syrups, und Mutasses, Silgar, Bacon
and Pork. Snit and Pish, hoing nt present thu
Inrgest nnd host assorted in North Carolina, wo
nro ablo to fill any orders entrusted to us with
ADRIAN A V?LLERS.
REE DER & DAVIS,
General Commission Merchants,
A IX. i Mi's NORTH WHA HF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CONSIGNMENTS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
OHWtl.t, RKBOBR, ZIUMKItMAN ?AVIS.
Sept 1 Om
The Magnificent New Iron Sle'nsbips
Volunteer, * . C?P*. JONES,
Fanita, : ? * Capt. TRUMAN,
Now f..rm ri SEM I-W KKK Ti Y LI NB between
NEW YO H K end WILMINGTON.
Cnnneeiiog with the W. A M., W. ? W. and
the W. C A lt. H. Railroad?.
Freight consigned to the H. lt. Agent will go
frward promptly, without delay.
Tbl? Line bringe good? froui New York at tbe
Flour IO Cents per Karrol,
Pork IO Couta per Barrel,
molasse? IO Cents per Barrel,
Sucar IO Cents per "
Mon s H rc ruent goods 2 cents per foot; Woight
goods 10 cont H |ier 100 lbs.
For Freight apply to
BA lt KY DltOTIIERS, Agenls,
BALTIMORE AND WILMINGTON
Weekly Steamship Line.
The First Class Steamships
(W. S. HARRINGTON, Commander.)
James A. Gary
(II. L. HALL, Commander.)
Ono ol'the nbovo Steamships will lonvo BALTI?
MORE and WILMINGTON ovory
forming a Regular
WE ERL Y LINE.
nuil tho only authorized through connootlon with
Wilmington & Munohcster Rullroud.
COTTON and oilier Produco consigned to our
enro will bo shipped to BALTIMORE by firat
FREE OP COMMISSION.
Hovlng covered Wharves In WILMINGTON
and BALTIMORE, goods cnn bo received at ult
times and ho properly protected.
A. H. SH EPPERSON A CO., Ag'ts,
Ku.-. Il and 12 North Winer- Street,
Oct 20 Wilmington, N. C.
500 BARRELS FL0UR-al1 8raJc8?
4000 SACKS SALT.
50 SACKS RIO COFFEE.
30 " JAVA COFFEE, (Choice.)
10 HUBS. SUGAR.
50 DDLS. COFFEE SUGAR.
300 ? .MOLASSES.
10 IIIIDS. "
20 ** BACON SIDES A SHOULDERS.
35 ? DRY SALTED BACON.
100 COILS ROPE. .
3D TONS BEARDS COTTON TIES.
10O ROLLS FLAX ? GUNNY BAGGING.
For salo at Lo wo-1 Figures, by
A. B. SH EPPERSON A CO.
Wilmington, N. 0.
30 IIIIDS. SMOKED SIDES
15 IIIIDS. DRY SALTED SIDES
For salo low by
A. B. SIIEPPERSON & CO.,
No. ll mid 12 North Water Street,
Oct. 20 Wilmington, N. C.
Sugar and Molasses.
20 IIIiDS DEMAR.VRA SUGAR.
10 IIIIDS. PORTO RICO SUGAR.
50 BI3LS. COFFEE SUGAR.
100 1?RLS. MOLASSES.
20 IIIIDS. MOLASSES.
For sulc low, by
A. I). SIIEPPERSON & CO.
\V ilillington, N. C.
2500 SACKS AMERICAN SALT.
1500 SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT.
For siilo from Wharf at Lowest Figures.
By A. B. SUEPPERSON A CO.
Wilmington, N. C.
G. II. Reese
207 & 209 W. Pratt Street
BALTIMORE, M. D.
WE RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
Citizens of Sumter and its vicinity, that
uo are prepared to furnish
Every Article in our Line,
(Except Spirituous Liquors)
At as JJOW Rates as any House in
the United States.
Our long cxporlonco nod unsurpassed farililioR
for prorating goods upon tho mont favorable
terms, cmiblo in tn guarantee satisfaction to
ovory purchnscr. Wo pay particular attention to
and cnn at any time, nut of nur extensivo stock,
furnish tho finest, as well ns all other grades that
como to this country. Purchasers may rely upon
having their goods carefully packod, and pr mpt
Sept 22 Om
ROBE HT BROU N
MANCHESTER, S. C.
WILL attend prompt*y to any business en
trusted to bim, n his line.
EITHER FOES OR FRIENDS.
Respectfully hogs leave of absoaee for 1
months, after March nest.
Ph. S CSU O KM AN H,
271 KINO STREET,
(OPPOSITE H AML it,) ?
IVrOBTBR tit lltlll ia
BERLIN ZEPHYR WQRSTED, KNITTING
WOOL, EMBROIDERY PATTERNS,
FLOSS SILK, EMBROIDERY
SILK, KNITTING: AND
KNITTED WORSTED QOODS,
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. BUTTON*.
VELVETS. FRIN GES. AC.
?&t* All ordert by mail will bu most enrotnUv
attended lo, nod dealers will be supplied al Ne?
Y?rk wholesale urices.
LEN G NI CK & 8 EL L,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
LADIES TRIMMED il ATS,
AND MILLINERY AND*
STU AW (?OODS,
27 II AYN E STU IC ET,
CHARLESTON, S C.
Oct 13 Om
mHANKFUL FOR l'AST FA VOUS.
E. wo still solicit the patronage of our old custo?
mers, both city and country, und would respect
fully inform all tlioeu who uro in want ot AS
SORTED CANDY, wi!! Sud lt f r their Interest
t? cn 11 and examino our Candy ; it is .neatly put
up In 26. 60 nnd 100 pound lioxos, full weight,
which wo warrant perfectly pure nnd unnduliora
ied, free from Terra A Ibu or Marble Dust, both
extensively used ut the North in thu adultera
ing of Cundy; also the coloring innttur hoing
purely vogetnblo, nnd will keep in nny ell tn ate.
Orders that contain cash will bavo the benefit
of our reduced prices.
. No. 279 King St., Charleston, S. C.
P. S.~Send for full Circular.
Pacific Guano Company's
?CID PIIOSPH ITK OF UM
Tor Composting willi Cotton Seed.
THIS ARTICLE IS MANUFACTURED AT
tho Company's Works, umier tho direction
und superintendence of Dr. Ravcucl.
It contains tho faino ulouients of fertility us
SOLUBLE PACIFIC U ?ANO. except that it
I.* not furnisbod with AMMONIA, lt is pre?
pared expressly for comporting willi cotton
sued, which furnishes tho clement of A M.MO
NIA; the object being to rentier thi<t sido
product of ibo plan tai ion available to tho hlghciit
degree ns au clement nf fertility. For furthur
ant particular information, apply tu the under?
J. N. ROBSON,
Agent for South Carolina,
1 nnd 2 Ailantio Whnrf, Charleston.
JOHN S. REESE St CO., Uotioral Agents,
Turras $45 cn sh or $50 on 1st Nov. 1ST0, lor
np?.roved city acceptance or other good security.
HENRY BISCHOFF & CJ
AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Liquors, Segars,
19 7 EAST BAY,
Charleston, S. C.
H. BISCHOFF, C. WU LB ERN, J. II. PIEPER
Sept 8 Om
Especially designed for the uso of tho Medien)
Profession ami thu Family, possessing thine ii
trinsic medicinal properties wi-ie li belang to an
Old ami Pure Oin.
Indispensable to Females. Good for Kidney
Complaints. A delicious Tonic. Put np in
capos, containing ono dozen hrttlos euch, und
sold by all druggists, grocers, ?to.
A. M. BIN INO ER A CO..
Established 1778. No. 15 Beaver St., N. Y.
lune 2:$_ ly
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Comer ol Main ami Rf publican Sis.
Sumter, So. Ga.
Oct fi ly
HAS established himself in a room adjoining
tho Post Ortiuc, for tho purposoof
MAKING AND REPAIRING HARNESS AND
SADDLES TO ORDER.
Any ono favoring him with their work tuny bo
Assured that it will bo ilona with nu.liners nnd
All I;inls of trailo will bo taken for work dono
in his ?hop. Give him n trial and satis'y your?
selves. ROBERT KIRKLEY.
Nov 21 3m
GEO. Z. FRENCH.
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
WILL PUBLISH. August 1st, for Free
Distribution, a Catalogue ol LANDS FOR
SALE IN NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
Sund in a description and prion of Unas.
^S'fl, No nhargo unless a salo is offeoted
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION
1 Uowly's Wharf.
Halt ?more, Md.
rpiIB undersigned acting na Agent for tho
X nbove flrtn, respectfully solicit? Consign
menta of Cotton, upon \rhlcb ho will advnnco three
fourths of Its market value on tho day of ship
mont in CASH. Cotton hold over If desired,
druin, Potatoes, Baton and other orders pjnmpi
ly filled upon satisfactory terina. Good reference
Klven if required, Requesting your patronage.
I romain, ?oars truly,
THOMAS T. UPSHUR, Jn.
Doo 22 8m . - /
?sse-- Y??> ?Jr?**??* IW?N?? Y??r
ii-<*..?r,.wnMr. . " ; . y
Im pur i rd by ?.*!??*? .>.??? ? he Phcaalx
?.Unela, HOUIB. PaelOe OCOUH,
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co 's
?>r*?'*r?* at farnantli ?>?*? ?N?
4'hxrktton, S ,\. Wbtrh ? proved I?
? be ?all ?he feral M?nnreln UM.
POft ?AI?.? BT
WILCOX, GIBBS & GO,
IMPORTERS 4 DEALERS IH
yy li . Y ST it KB I'. ?IAVANNAH, QA.
64 BAST BAY-ST. CHAULES I ON, 8. C.
241 li KOA D ST KB BT. AUUUSTA, QA.
Also. >>y.A non t.
WK ALSO KKKP
Pun- No. I. PKKUVfAN ?TfANO.
? D?S^OLVEI? KO NB.
" LAND PLA8TRK.
F?r further information. ?<ldre*s n? ?bore for
circular, ?r subscriba to Ayrienti?rlat.
punished hy IV, C. Mactuurpliv A l?o., kl Au
KUHIII un i Savuiinuh, Gu., nt the low pricoofS?c.
D. >. a_
No. 118 li A ST HAY STREET,
HAVE FMK SALE the eh o ?coot brands of j
Pure Hu v? II bu SEGA RS. Also, g?uJ do?
mestic Seguro, at l?w price*.
ALFRED A. U A ll li OT. Ajfcnt,
Sop? 8-din . honesto . S. O
JAS. HARRAL & CO
COMMISSION M EH VII A NTS
23 WHITHU ALL ST HEBT,
(Lower end ?if Broadwtiy.)
Liberal ad van rev in nile upon Dills Lulling.
P. P. TOALE.
Charleston. S. C.. Mnnufiiotiiri-r of
Doors, Sashes, Blinds.
HAVING tho Largest nnd most complote
Factory in the Southern Suites, und ktv|,
iug always on hnud a largo mid mool complete
sto,-k of DOOKS. SASHES. BLIND-, Bosh
Doors. Store Doors. Shutters, Moulding*. Ac. tv
I um cnablod to sell low and ut luutiuluclurer*'
N. D.-Strle! attention paid to shipping In
July 21 l3u
ANDREW McCOBB, Jr-,
ANO DEALER IN
And other Building Material.
LANI) PLASTER AND HAY.
217 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SeptS-flml Oppnett? New Custrm 11 nus?
JTBTAITGER & Co.,
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALEi.S IN
HARD W AR E,
Cutlery, Guns, Oar Iron, Steel,
IM PL E.M EN TS
J. IC Ad ?er,
A. Mci). KroWO,
K l>. Koliinson,
ll H. Moffett,
?I. A i^-cr Smyth,
E 4. Suivit
Se t 8-Om
139 .Meetin<r Sf. ami
1*2 Enst Ruy St.
i M UM/i.STOiVS (
?BLOOD PUR FIER?\
I For Teitiaotuli, IM ' Bossdalis Ahmte" for (iii yitr. I
I FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. I
>sJDr. J. J. LAWRENCE & C0.,Jr
EDMONDS T. BPwOWN,
Ol i IK- lute Kinn ?I
F. D. FANNING ? CO.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN MEN'S AND BOY'S
Hats, Caps and Straw Goods.
A LS M
Ladies' ."Misses & Childrens1
ll A TS.
CHARLESTON, S. O.
Sept 8- 6iii] * Oppo'iii- Uf.itrldSloii Hotel
II A ll D W A ll E.
SAMUEL R, MAR HALL,
IMPORTER AND DEALER
HARDWARE, CUTLKHV, GUNS. PIS
dds, Muskets. Pow? er, Shot. Cups, dirt
ridges, Axes, Cotton Curds, Niiils, llmse Shoes,
Futrtmnks SOHIOH, GriniMone*. Mill Rocks, Unit
lng and Wire Cloth, Stoel font Mills, Kn-li.-l,
Ovens, Pots and Spillers, Builders Hardware.
Blacksmiths, Carpenters sud Tanners Tools.
A great variety Tin mid Wooden.Wura. Heine
Twines. Gilling St ines. A larva stock nf Hinkle
and Dun h. a Burrel Guns. my own importation of
Agent for th? Dodges Celebrated Plow? ?nd
Stork Bells at Wholesale and Ratall.
310 KINO ST., blgo of the (DIG O UN. I
Oct. 13. ?a
'Ac "VA I?0LINA FE UTILIZE IC is mads from the Phosphate* o/,v^ 1
Carolina, ami is pronounced by various chemists, onn of the best Alumires ?non, fl
?/??/y inferior to Peruvian Guano in its Fertilizing Properties. These Pliosj)hn!ttSf? ^*T
the remo ins of extinct land and sea animait, and possess qualities of the grtatut '
natue to thc agriculturist* .
Wc nunex the analvsHrof Professor Shepard
..LA MORATORY OF TUB MEDICAL COLLEGE OF SOU TH CAROLINA
AttHtvaia nf a sample ?f CAROLINA FERTILIZER, personally selected.
Moisture expelled 'it 212? F....icTO
Organic Mutter, willi *orae wntor of combina ibm expelled ul II low red hem.,.
Kl Xiii Ingredients. ...m.;.Kif
Phosphoric Acid-Soluble.?9?.I qui? ?li m lo 11.27 Soluble Phosphate of Lias
Insoluble.0 17 ?.?.Equivalent to 13.48 Insoluble (bone).
IS. 13 24.75 Phosphate nf Lime.
Sulphuric Acid.11.01* Equivalent tu 23 BA Sulphate of Liui*
Sulphntf ot poi??l.PO;
Sulphate of Sodi.S 60
Sund . . ll M
. in tho strength ol those results I tun glad to certify to tbc Miperioiity of thc CAROLINA FER.
0> U. SHEPARD, Jr
Wt icill fnrnifth lin's excellent FERTILIZER to Planters a4
others at $60 mr ton of 2,000 lbs,
lr KO. W, WILLIAMS & CO.,
F A C T ii R 8.
The above Celebrated Fertilizer for sale by us on ManufacturerY
Terms, PATE <(*. TAYLOR,
Oct 12-4m ORKEN, WATSON & WALSH.
W- B. JOHNSTON, President, '
W. S. HOLT, vice-President,
GEO. S. OB EAR, Secretary,
C. F. McCAY, Actuary, ,
J. W. BURKE. General Agent,
J. MERCER GREEN, Med. Ex,
W. J. MAGILL, Sup. AgeBcie&v
INSU lt ANC K# ?
Life Insurance Company,
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, - - - $2,000,000.
Of which $100,000 su IVs ly invested is deposited to accord with the requirements
ul the Charier, under the control of State authorities
FOR THE SECURITY OP POLICY
??TARANTEED CAPITAL, - - -
oie purely Southern and Home Company worked on tie mutunl pinn of distribution of profil^
rs nil tho plana of insurance and ndvnutugcs lu the ussured, thal oan be given with safety to tbt
merest of tho Pol icy Holder. A loon of
FIFTY PEU CENT OF TUE PREMIUM
WILL BIS G1V1?N, IF DESIRED, AND NO NOTE REQUIRED.
TERMS OF POLICV LIBERAL.
? restriction on Travel. All Policios non.ferfietnblo after two full annu.il premiums ?re paid.
This is not only a Southern Institution, but e. HOME ENTERPRISE-controlled and dirtetti
by your friends und neighhnrs. It? capital is larger than any similar enterprise in the South,?od
its ratio of Assets to Liabilities (the only true test, of soundnes?) VERY MUCH GREATER.
In consequence of its SOLID MONI KD lt ASIS and of the social position .nd financial integrity ot
its inn Hogers we nsk your t Ipport. We make no war upon other c.mimi nies, but urge the sdfiB
tupes offert ? by "'THE COTTON STATES.'' mid personally appeal lo the friends of Sottbtri
enterprise to make this: THE BEST OF ALL INVESTMENTS.
C. H BROWNING,
Dept Agf. North and South Carolina. Office at Columbia, S
JOHN S. MUG ll SON, .M. D. Special Agent, ) 0 a ?
J. Il K BOONE, Travelling Agent, J Sumter, S. C.
OUT SEE CARD BELOW.
Wo tho undersigned having examined the Charter ?nd Prospectus of fhn "OOTTON STATES*
LIFE INMJRANCE COMPANY, (Parent Office. Macon, (In..) do cheerfully recommend il lo tb?
people of North mid Sou'h Ca roi mn HS n relinlde Southern Institution. Al ut tm I in its working?
anil strictly confined fii the business of LIFE INSl RANi'E. with it G on mn teed Capital ample for
-nrcty. besides $ On nut) securely invested (to accord with the requirements of the Cl ortcr) for Ut?
security ?1 policy holders,
Col Wm. Johnston. Chnr'ottc, N. C. ' Gen. Wndo Hampton, Columbia, S. C.
(leo. John V? Young, " " : Jos. D Pope, Esq., " "
M nj. C. D..?d. " " ; Dr. John W Parker, " '?
(Liv Z. Il V neo. " ? ? Col. L D. Childs. " ?
Col. T. H. Brent. ? ? Col. James 0. Gibba. ? "
Jos H. H ilson. RM,, '. ll. P Hummel. Greenville, "
Oreen, Watson & Walsh, Slimier, S. C. '. Blending A Richardson, Sumter, "
A. A. (?ill.crt, Sumter, 8. C.
WE CRICHTON* & SON'S
AM MONI ATEL) SOLUBLE
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
Containing 50 PER CENT, of BONE PHOSPHATES-of
which 12 per cent, is immediately SOLUBLE in Water
3 per ecut. of Ammonia, 3 per cent, of Potash,
Sulphate of Lime, Magnesia, &c, &c.
FURNISHING THE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF
WHEAT, COUS. TOBACCO, COTTON, and ol ull Cerc?la winch
am removed ii-otu tho soil in every crop.
Pat up in Strong Bags, 167 lb?, in each. Price $50 per Ton.
tJCS?* Send for Pamphlets, containing full directions afld
SRLMA, ALA., September loth, 1869.
Mffsr*. WM. CatcHToM A So?. Ballimore ?
i write io say. illili so Innis I hnte heard from the "AMMONIATKD SOLUBLE SUPER PIK8
. MA I E.* the reports ure vcr? favorable indeed Several planler? who have used thttt and thole
? aimil lJuiino?/i/> by ?ititi, soy they cannot distinguish any dilference. I have used both, and lhii*k
viii feriiliJtcr shows fully .?? tcrll nu the Perneta ?, ami believe there will be a great drnwnd for it
ueXI aeHSon. I* has been used duri nu lite present <eason on COTTON, with vuluuble results, by lb*
inliuwlng gentlemen, in DALLAS CoiiNTV, ol ti is Htnle, In all of whom I refer. Da. Wa Mix???
? ACT. H. llorKit. ELLIS MIXUR Esq., CAPT. A. V. OARDNKR, HrNTan B Rivas, Esq , ALBS'''
timi SAMCLK, ESQ., >md others. W S. KNOX
MiLl.BDRViLLR. OA.. November 11th, I860.
.The Amin .nisled Soluble Super Phosphate of Lime" I received Hie 2.1 day of May, with ibo nv
.|ii'M i Inn I should lost its vatuoi.il CoTToN tts a fen ?liter. Whin I received it I was nearl throog*
io tittling. ?nd did not lm ve HU II ere ofground suitable toplnnt in Cotton so I selected one sere m"''
cnvciilenl. wbieh was ti pioce tieioly wotn out ?nd which In my Judgment, would have p/mieeei
wi Inuit nov fertilizer, nbnut SOO |t>s Seen COTTON per nore. I did it I get a good ?land-about | jj
. siund - yal the result ie 600 lbs. SKEH COTTON, and about. 80 lb*. Boi.is caught by the fruit, *.'*?
Tua. it proves in bea good ankle-for any fert?laer that will real ito fifty loone bundroflfeT
.eui, as this lift? done, ie a good lo vestment. \v. A. COOK?
COLVBUTON. OA.. November 15tb,
"Titi* year I have experimented wlih it ? di?treni fertilisers ?f fAe ????( papular ?roarfs
"WN CRICRTI N A HON'S AMRONTATRB SOLOBIR SOPBR-PROBPBBTB or LIMB" la at present eeo
eqoslleil h two nt tho manures. I am not quite through picking, but there ie to little yet te**
picked, that it will not mete lally aller the above statement or result.
I cxn without hesitation recommend tble fertiliser t . planters as a Ne'. 1 Colton Manure.
JOHN L. CULVBB.
Refers also to Col. Nanea nf Newberry. 8. 0.
Office WM. CRICHTON & SONS,
SOLE MANU FACTURE lt S, BALTIMORE, MD
FORSAl.fi BV GREEN, WATSON & WALSH.
Agents for Sumter and Clarendon Counties..
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