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WEPgJgg]PJLl^MARCH 28>
yy. Y. PAXTON - - BU3INE88 MANAGER
MB* All Transient Advertisements, and ?I
jobWork saust ba paid for lo easb. Tbl? will
beobierved wllbool dir Unction. Souscriptions
aro aUo parable lo ad ?ance. . a ?
JBT? Applleatlooe for Job Work will bo made,
at thornlea. to Tatos. B. FLOWBM.
Tho WATCHMAN booka aro In tb* keeping of W.
Y. Paitoa, who will receipt for moolee do* and
attend to all mal Ur? connected with In* Adver?
tising or Subscription departments.
?a- Oar Adr*rtUlng friends ar* requited to
goodin their faror? not later than Monday.
OODBY
* For March caine to us some time ago,
as asnal, full of pretty things for the
Ladies._ ^ .
99? Messrs. SPENCER, SOABBOBOUOH
& Co., of Bisbopville, have beeo ap
pointed agenta at that place, for the sale
of the "Sumter Bitters," manufactured
by Messrs. Down, Moise & DAVIS, of
Charleston.
t$W A Communication from our
Board of County Gomtuissiooers, stating
reasons for the condition of bridges be?
tween Darlington and Sumter counties,
we regret, came lo hand too late for in?
aertion in this issue, and will appear in
our nett.
TKlrtFKBANC? ITtKKTING.
We have been requested to state that
a meeting of the Total Abstinence So?
ciety of Sumter will be held at the
Methodist Church, io this place, this,
(Wednesday) evening. The friends ol
this cause, generally, including thc
ladies, are urgently invited to attend.
A silver Tea Spoon ts io my possess
ion, which the owner can have by de?
scribing engraving thereoo. It is sup?
posed to have been sent to ray store
irom one of the Fairs.
A. A. SOLOMONS.
March 8, 1870.
The above advertisement was put uj
ot the Post Office, under the ciroumstan
ces and simply for the purposes indica
ted, to Wit i that the owner of a silvei
spoon which had been found at th*
store of the advertiser might recovo
the lost property. Such articles ar
sometimes valued-because of their as
sociation, far beyond their silver value
PRIZED OIPT.
Our friend C. T. MASON, whoa
generous heart is ever moved with lit
?ral impulses, bus sent us a silver plate
cup, with gold lining, that is really
beauty. We trust his cup of plenty ma
ever be full to running over. At hi
establishment, some splendid articles c
silver wate will bo found, and we rc
commend him, as we have olten don
before, to thu liberal patronage of ou
people.
It IC Po UT OP THK STAT? SUPBKIN
TKNDENT OP EDUCATION.
We ure iudebted to Mr. J. N. COR
BETT, School Commissioner lor Sumte
vounty, lor a copy of the Report of J
K. JILLSON, State Superintendent <
Education, to the Governor, and th
Legislature of the State at the reguh
session ol 1869-70. Time has not pe
milted us to examine this report i
detail. It embraces the individual r
port of each County Sohool Commissioi
er, and occupies, as a whole, 101 page
L1TRRABY.
Our citizens, we trust, will bear i
mind thc Poctio Reading, by MR. V
G. KENNEDY, at the Temperance Ha!
to-morrow evening. < It bas been on
privilege, since our last issue, to hear
private reading ol portions of the poet
"Ichabod," to bo read as announce
and it affords us much pleasure to co
firm what wo then said, and again
express the hope that the occasion w
bo greeted by a full house.
It will be remembered that a lar
portion of the proceeds are to be appr
priatcd to the benefit of tho Ladit
Monumental Association of Sumter.
Wo are requested to sute that tic
els of admission, (which will bo fil
cents) may be fouudat the Book Stol
at DcLorme's Drug Store, aod at t
stores of Messrs. Green, Watson
Walsh, A. A. Solomons and J. T S
001008.
THU RECENT PIKE.
The accidental fire, on Wednesd
last, b) which our Academy Buildi
was (nearly) ' destroyed, involving
serious loss to our community, is co
oieotcd upon, io some essential panic
lars, by "Observer," on another coluu
to which wc beg to call public attenti?
Tho enthusiasm or ardor of assistai!
OD such occasions, that prompts int
ference with tho commands of I
regulurly constituted officers ol' thc F
Department, is calculated to prodt
disorder and contusion, when ec
counsels should prevail, and prompt s
definite action be had.
The great utility of our Fire Dept
tnent was forcibly exhibited. The 2
and energy of our Firemen meri
word of praise ; and it is but just
mention,in this connexion, the colo
Company. They wcro promptly on
ground and exhibited a will and purp
to assist that is commendable.
Tho Public School exercises wen
progress, when the fire was disoovei
bursting through the roof, by sc
outsider and so well disciplined w
tho ohildren, (forty or fifty io nurat
we learn, that, instead of the disor
and pell-mell contusion incident to s
?time, they were marched regularly
of tho building in perleot order. '
?chool is being ooutinued at present,
Me^pleascd to learn, at tho Tempera
ACCIDENT OT* THU *M??J *** ?J*tf OU?
RA ?ASL BOA?.
The private car of Gen WM MORAB,
late Superintendent of the Wilming
ton and Manchester Rail Road, attached
aa the rear o? the express train which
left Augusta on Monday morning last,
waa thrown from the track, wheo six
miles from Kingsville, by the breaking
of an axle, and a oolored boy, an attend
ant of Gen. MCRAE, we regret to learn,
was instantly killed. Mr. M. K. JES?
SUP and Mr. W. E. ' DODGE, of New
York, (who, with their Judie?, were io
the ear at the time the accident occur
red*) were painfully but not dangerous?
ly injured.
They were brought immediately , on
to Sumter, and aro now at Wilder's
Hotel, where they are under tho medi?
cal treatment of Dre. Witherspoon and
Hughson, and, we have been pleased to
learn, the kind attentions of our humane
oitizeos.
We learn that the venerable and be?
loved DB. PLUMER-with his large,
sympathetic, christian heart-left for
I the scene of the sufferers as Boon as the
intelligence reached him, and arrived
at Sumter on Monday evening last.
They were also visited by A. F. RAVE
NEL, Esq., President of the N. E. Rail
Road.
Gen. MORAE was at Charleston wheo
the accident occurred.
DEATH OE JUDGE DAWKINS.
The Columbia Gtiardian, of yester
day. contains tho sad intelligence of the
death of Ex-Judge DAWKINS, from
apoplexy, at his residence, Union Court
House, on Sunday night laat, at ll
o'clock. Judge Dawkins was an able
lawyer, and a roan of lurge hfcart aud
warm and generous impulses.
THE COLUITI BIA* GUARDIAN
Appeared, a few duys since,,in uew and
beautiful type, throughout. It is now
truly a handsome sheet, is conducted
with decided ability, aud is already
wielding a strong influence in behalf of
good government and tho general wel?
fare and prosperity of our loved Carolina.
Daily, six months, $8,00 ; three months,
82,00-, Tri weekly, six months, $2.
THE RECENT FIRE.
MR EDITOU :-The burning of our
Academy, on last Wednesday, which
produced such excitement in our quiet
community, suggests a few thoughts,
to which you will permit us to give
utterance Thc engines were out in
time, and worked with a will, and with
a plenty of water at hand, would have
saved (he body ol'thc building. This
was the first fire since thc organization
of the fire companies, and the firemen
have reason to congratulate themselves,
and the community to bc proud of them,
upon their success in saving, under tho
circumstances, a part of thc building
Tho house was of pine, well seasoned,
mostly lightwood, perfectly dry, the
wind at the height of a gale, and
with u very inadequate supply of water ;
and what was doue, proves what may be
done, under more favorable circum?
stances. Tho experiment, sh _,ws, 1st,
That wc need fire wells, of large dime?
sionfi, all over our town. This is cer?
tainly a desideratum. 2nd. Wc need
less government, l here were too many
commanding, which kept thc firemen
confused and made them less confident
than they would otherwise have been,
3rd. Wc need another engine. Large
and ponderous engines do for a cit}
which is paved, but will always provo t
failure in uo unpaved town. Light en?
gines, and more of thom, will suit om
circumstances. With one more cngim
OD tho light order, wc would be amplj
provided for any ordinary emergency
4th. Would it uot bc better not t<
offor whiskey on such occasions? Wi
admired Capt Green's abundant suppl;
of coffee It is a questionable rewan
for industry, skill and enterprise, ot
such au occasion, to offer alcoholio slim
ulaots, and a great humilation for
brave fireman to go home intoxicated
Wc felt proud ol' some of our nob!
temperance boys, who so manfully re
sisted the temptation.
MANIPULATED GUANOS.
Wilcox, Gibbs <?? Co's Manipulate*
Guano equal to any med.
I have used this year Peruvian Guano nn
Plaster, and with and without dissolved honei
Soluble Pn. iflo, and Wilcox, Gibbs A C.'s Mn
nipulated Guano, noting the places upon whin
eaob was used. lean see very lillie, if nni
diff?rence, but am satisfied that the Wllcot, Gibt
A Co.'n Manipulated is equal to any 1 huvo uso(
according to tho cost.
JOHN HUIET.
Edgcfield County, S. C., August 3, 1869.
...???.,. -
A spirit of rosolution and perseverance \* moi
dependent on physical compociti- n or museulr
and nervous texture, than on argumont or aol!
interest. Thc Motion of strong character seen
to demand something firm in its corporal bnsi
MS roasniveenergies require fir their working, I
ba fixed on solid foundations The human syste
ia nut unlike suoh machinery, nn<l requires lit
incentives, ihcroforo uso the celebrated "Old Ca
olina Bitters."
Wireman's Crystalizod Worra Candy novi
fails !
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
PATE A TAVT Ol -Havo received a fino A
sortaient of Sp, lu Goods, bought under tl
favorable circumstances of the recent decline
Yaw York. Go and eeo how cheap they n
selling them, and giro this clever house a liber
share of patronage
A. A. SOLOMONS-Agency for the Navas
Guano, from tho Navassa Guano Company,
Wilmington.
R. C. SHIVER-The liberal and progress!
Dry Goods Merchant ol Columbia, addresses tl
pooplo of this section of the State in our oolumr
No visitor of Columbia should fail to go into Y
establishment, and there see what enterprise ai
good management cnn accomplish.
W. F. DRKNIGIIT, Assistant Assessor I
.ornai Bovenue-Important (information to b
ainesa men, tax-payers, manufactures, <to., w
be found on another oolumn. .
COWS AND CALVES FOR SALE-App
at this office.
O. T. MASON-Silver Plated Ware-a Bea
tifal assortment.
SHERIFF'S SALES, for ?ale?.day ja April.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
8TBWAKW BIBETINtt.
Th? Regular Monthly Meeting ot th? Board
of Steward? of 8umU-r (Statioo) Methodist
Church, will U heid at lb? Personate OD
Vf td ncsday evening, 23rd, at 7 o 'clock. A prellml
nor/ meeting, for th? accommodation of tb?
member* of th? Board who rt?id? in the country,
will bo hold at tho office of th? Sumter Walch
mau, at 12 o'elock tame day.
Member? will please como prepared to report
collections for the month of March.
J. U. DINGLE, Chairman.
F. A. FOLSOM, 8ecietary.
March 2nd, 1870._
VUE HBASON AND ITS DANOBBS,
The bumau budy is ob letty composed of tissues
and fibres as sensitive in every chango in tho
condition of the atmosphere aa the moat delicate
electro me tor, or tho quicksilver ia a barometer
tube.
Tho stomach, the skin, tho nerves, the luugs,
and the excretory organs are especially liable to
be affected by these variations, and the best do.
fenoe against their disastrous tendeoey is to keep
the digestive uucbinery, which feeds and nour,
isbes tue whole system, in good working order.
If the stomach is weak or disordered neither
the blood nor the bile can be in a healthy state,
and upon the fitness of these two important fluids
for the offices assigned to them by nature, and
the regularity of their flow, hoalth in a great
measure depends.
When tho ulr ls heavily laden with chilling
vapors, as it often is at this seoson of the year,
the digestion should be an object of peculiar care.
If it is week ?ltd languid, the whole physieal
structure will bo enervated. If it is vigorous, the
entire organisation will be strong to resist tho
nn'oward nod depressing influence ol a damp and
vitiated atmosphere.
A pure and powerful tonio ie therefore esp?
cially needed as a safeguard against the diseases
most common in the spring, and Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters being the must wholesome and
potent medicine of the class at present known,
a ciiurso of it is particularly advisable at this pe
riod of the yenr. The stomach will thoreby be
toned and strengthened, the liver and bowels
regulated, the nervous system braced up, and
nnture put in a stnteof active defenoe against the
miasma willoh superinduces intermittent and
remittent fevers, rheumatism, nervous debility,
boadacho, hypochondria and other complaints
which are apt to assail tho untoned and uuforii
Bed organizations. Tho body is strengthened
without exciting the brain, and consequently
no unpleasant reaction follows ?ts reviving and
renovating opero.ion. March.
bronchitis or Throat Diseases.
THOSE AFFLICTED WILL FIND A
REMEDY IN
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM,
BE CONVINCED BY POSITIVE PROOF, A(\D
TEST IT YOURSELF.
ZANESVILLE, OHIO, February 20th, 1869.
Messrs. J. N. HARRIS A CO.,
Gentlemen :
1 have been afflicted
for ten or twelve years with Bronchitis in its
worst form, and have tried everything that I
could buy recommended, but with little or no
reliof, until I u.-ed your ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM,
?hieb gave me relief in a short time. I believe
it is the best preparation extant, for nil diseases
of tho throat and lungs, nnd I feel il my duly to
say this much fur my own case, so that others
" ay try it and got rel ?nf.
Respectfully,
MATHIAS FREMAN.
Wo know Mr. Froman woll, aud his statement
above is ?orrect.
W. A. GRAHAM A CO.,
Wholcsa'e and Rutail Druggists, '/.allenville.
Sold by A. ANDERSON A CO., Druggists.
Sumter, S. C. [Muroh.
_RKDIVIVUS i~
The S- S. S. of 1861,
Or Dr. J HURON'S Original SOUTHERN SOOTHING
SYUL'P Pun CHILDREN TEKTHINO, is again re
suscituiod ! ! It is a Corrigent of thu lioxcel
ditordert contingent upon this period ; a grate
fut Carminative; n uutritiou? Syrup; and a
yeut.'c Anodyne, inducing calm and refrethiug re*
pose, without tho pernicious and distressing re?
actionary disturbance of tho nervous system
that results from tho exhibition of most prepara,
lions-erprently made for. children. Its uso In
Ibo Southern States, as fur batik as 1862, estab?
lished its reputation us a .Southern Institution,
and, ns a medicino unrivalled, and us being tho
heil and enfent preparation for children teething,
ensuring UK ST to MOTHERS und NUIISP.S and re?
tie/ and etreuglh to their infanta. It is therefore
no new medicine, and needs no advertising whore
it is bust known. Every precaution has bcon
tukon to preservo and protect it from fraudulent
Counterfoils. It is manufactured only at the
Laboratory of ColTE, TOMPKINS A HURD, mem?
bers of, and successors to, the old established
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE OP HARRAL, RISLEY A
K ITCH KN, 141 CHAMBERS STREET, YEW YORK, to
whom all orders should bo addressed, and is for
salo to Ibo citizens of Sumter and surrounding
country by tho following first class and respecta?
ble Druggists : A. ANDERS >N A Co., J. F. W.
DBLORMB.
Juno 16 - ly
KOS KOO!
Prepared by Dr. J. J. Lawrence, the celebrated
p vs ici AN and cu KM ST, Norfolk, Va.,irasAr ,
PLEASANT and RELIABLE remedy for ALL diseases
CAUSED by
TORPIDITY OF THE LIVER,
IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD,
DISORDER-, OF THE URINARY ORGANS,
DERANGEMENTS OF THE NERVOUS
SYSTEM.
It PURIPI s and ENRICHES the BLOOD, UKS
TORES the LIVER and KIDNEYS to a healthy
ACTION, AIDS DIGESTION, IIEOULATES the BOWELS,
and INVIGORATES the NERVOUS SYSTEM.
/< ie NOT II Paient Medicine.
FORMULA around oach bottle.
ENDORSED by the lett I'hyticiane.
Tho MOST POPfLAR Medicine in use.
DR. LAWRENCE is constantly in receipt of
ORATKPUL loiters and TESTIMONIALS Of REMARKA?
BLE CURES performed by KOSKOO,
All letters answored and advice given-FREE.
KOSKOO for salo by Druggists everywhere at
ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. For tale by
J. F. W. DeLormo,
July 28 -ly Sumter, 8. C,
TO CONSUMPTIVES?
THE advertiser having been restored to health
in a low wteks, by n very simple remedy, aftor
having suffered several years with n severo lung
affection, and that dread disease,Consumption
is anxious to make known to bis fellow-sufferers
tho moans of cure.
To all who desire it, ho will send a copy of the
prescription used ffrce of charge), with the
directions for preparing and using Ibo same,
which they will find a sure Cure for Consump?
tion, Asthma, Bronchitis, etc The ohjeot of the
advertiser in sending tho Prescription ls to bone
flt the afflicted, and spread information which he
conceives to bo in valuable ; and he hopes every
sufferer will try his remedy, ns it will oost them
nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the proscription, wilt piesse
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings County, New York.
June 2.
EKKOltS OF YOUTH*
A GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Promnture Deoay, and all the
effects of youthful Indiscretion, will, for tho sake
of suffering humanity, send free to all who need
it, the receipt and directions for making the sim
pie remedy by wbioh he was cured. Sufferers
wishing to profit by tho advertiser's experience,
can do so by addressing, In perfeot confl Jence,
JOHN B. OGDEN,
Jan? 2 No. 42 Cedar lt. N. Y.
Poreheaers of 1-ll ?Ul eonealt
their own inUreete bj enb**riblog
to P?rtaos* MUSICAL MerrcxT. It
U leaned OB the tret of ?Mk ?eoe th,
Md fire* ?JI the -m-^v-^rrtl
latest Md beet PR Fl
Maaie, by ?neb * * J
euthore M Hays, Kinkel, Thomee,
Biebop, Danke, Dee ht. Frey, Keller,
Wyman, etc Every nember con
tain? at laaet Twelve Pleeeo of MW
and good Mmlo irrmT
printed on ooo M I SI
w hi te paper aid X1X V K-?-B"
front fall siae maale plateo, ?very
piece of which ia ofter ?arda pria ted
ID aheet form, from tho some platea,
Md aold at from SO to 60 eeo ta Mob,
. fo" tbU voluble Ai ONT
magasine la 30
cent a copy, $3 m year, $1.60 for
ala inontba ( and WO guarantee to
.rory yearly enbeerlber at least 432
pages of choice new muele, by th?
boat author?.
860 FOB $3.
We do not expect PBTBRS' Mnaic
?L M OM rn i. T to pay aa aa m Mag?,
xiao, beenuae we give too much
. moaio for the money. It ia inancd
COTTON
SHIPPED.
Wo have made arrangements to ship
COTTON
To New York, Baltimore or Charleston, making
Cash Advances
on aame when delivered, and hav ng it held at
EITHER POINT
aa long na may bo desired.
We will reeeivo Cotton at Sumter, Lynchburg,
Mnyesville or Mancheater.
Green, Watson & Walsh,
DEALERS IN GENERAL MARCHANDISE.
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Just Received
200 BBLS. L?taf?,
AT $2 50.
300 Sacks Liverpool Salt,
AT 82 50.
lOOO Bushels Cora,
AT $1.40.
20,000 POUNDS BACON,
FROM 16 to 20 eta.
200 Barrels Flour.
FROM 87,00 to 310,00.
-ALSO
A Large Assortment of
SPRING- CALICOES
-AND -
Dress Goods.
GREEN, WATSON & WALSH,
DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
MILLINERY
AND
Fancy Goods.
MISS E. D. BRITTON
HAVINO returned from the North is .pre.
prepared to offer hor friends and patrons a
HANDSOME AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
Fall and Winter Millinery,
FA1NCY GOODS, &C.
Cnrofully selecteil by herself. She will oontinue
to get fresh supplies every three or four weeks,
so should anything new occur in the styles of
HATS end BONNETS, Utcr in *he seaton, she
will bo furnished with the very latest.
ELEGANT BRIDAL
HATS AND BONNETS,
mnde to ordor on short notice.
Country orders wil* re?oive strict attention.
Oct ll_tf_
MOUSSUS AND SYRUPS.
CUDA MOLASSES in hhda.,
Sugar House Syrup in bbls ,
Fine Ambor Syrups in bbls.
For sale by
ADRIAN A V?LLERS.
March 2_
Provisions.
jr_)0RK, now heavy City Mei?,
J^r- salted Rib Sidos,
J^ry Salted Clear Sides,
Smoked Western Shoulder?,
graoked Clear Rib Sides,
renktest Strips and llama,
Inrd io barrels, Heroes ?nd tuba,
J
?tbeese, best Factory,
J^ut ter, ehoico table in firkin?.
For sale by
ADRIAN A V?LLERS.
Maroh 2
PICTURES;
IN THE
HIGHEST AND LATEST STYLE;
OF ART, ARE NOW TAKEN BY
WILDER & WHEELER,
At the Gallery in Sumter, lately kept by II. B
MCCALLUM, auoh as
PHOTOGRAPHS,
IVORYTYPES,
AMHKOTYPES,
FERROTYPES, ?
FR A M KS of nil sizca furnisher!.
PICTURES colored, and old pictures cleaned
and remountod.
STEREOSCOPES AND STEREOSCOPIC
VIEWS for sale.
Nov_
Estate Notice.
AALL peraona having olaims against tho Es.
tate of W. W. McCutohcn, deoeaaed, will
pleats present them daly proven. And all per*
sons indebted will please make payment to
II. O. McOUTCHBN, Adm'or.
Jan 19-tf ,
.leepiy to I a trod a*, mux attar ?rmala
to ts* marisa! m orl?. Ot .?.>
Sm taara rios; and ?toy IM maalo wa
gira tU?. Thau- maaiaal friends
ERS* W&v
form, where we make our profit.
Remember ! every yearly aebeeriber
feta; during tb? year, at laaat TM
pl???? of oar boat ma ale, all of
y? ? -pr w ti le h wo after.
I y A I j ward print lo
Vy+*"1-i abeet form and
.ell for over $60. It ia publish 1 at
tbo Mammoth Mu-le Store of L.
Petera. 699 Broadway, Now 1 rk,
whew every thing lo th? marie lin?
ITT a -rr ea? bo ba L No
XX L< X ?>-??or bow
?mall your or.
dor, it will be promptly attended to.
Sample copie? can be seen at
the officcof this paper.
New Advertisements.
_ (KSTADLISHHD 1830.)
WELCH & GRIFFITHS,
.."SAWS I AXES I SAWS!
SAWS of all deacripuona. AXES. BELTING
j on J M ILL FURNISHINGS, CIRCULAR SAWS
with Solid Teeth, or with PATENT A DJUSTABMS
POINTS, euperior to all lueerted Teeth SOM.
#t&- PRICES REDUCED. -S^
Ueod for Price Llat and Circulara.
_ WELCH Sc GRIFFITHS^
,_Booton, ff!ai-., or Petrolt? Bl lota.
WANTED-AGENTS.-$76 to $300 par
month, everywhere, male and female, to
Introduce the GENUINE IMPROVED COM
MON SENSE FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
Thia Machine will etltcb, hem, fell, tuck, quilt,
eord, bind, braid, and embroider in a meat aupe,
rior manner. Price only $18. Fully warranted
for five yeera. We will pay $1000 for any ma..
whine that will new a alronger, moro beautiful, or
more elastlo team tbnn our*. It makea the
"Elastlo Look Stitch." Every second Mitch oan
be out, and still the cloth cannot be pulled apart
without tearing lt. We pay Agents from $76 to
$200 per month and expenses, or a commission
from which twice that amount ean bo made.
Address SECOMB ? CO., PITTSBURG, PA.,
BOSTON, MASS., or ST. LOUIS, MO.
CAUTION.-Beware of all Agents relllog Ma?
chines under the same name ss ours, unleaa they
can show a Certificate of agency algned by us.
Wo shall not hold ourselves responsible for worth*
loss Machines sold by other parties, and shall
prosecute all parties either selling or using Ma*
ohines under this name to the full extent of the
law, unless such Machines were obtained from
us or our Agents. Do not he imposed upon by
parties who eopy our advertisement and oircolars
and offer worthless Machines at a less price.
SIX-CORD.
For sale by all dealers in
DRY GOODS & NOTIONS.
. CHAS. A. DANA. EDITO?.
Th fi expert, ?mart??*, and best New York Tie---ptp*T.
everybody likes lt Three adi Boost DAI LT, S>6| BIMI*
Yf?i?LT.lV2i indffiniT.ei .v-..r ALITIINIVI
SSS?r aal rry^.U>>*' 8dmTmm aD<^ Usn ft**, fteajd 1
*"? W. ENGLAND, Publisher las, Kaw Torte.
The Purest. Best and Cheapest
SOI.? BY ALL GROCERS.
AGENTS WANTED to soil the AMERICAN
KNITTING MACHINE, the only practical
FMinily Knitting Mnchine ever invented. Prlco
$25. Will knit 20,000 stitches per minute. Ad
dross AMEKICAN KNITTING MACHINE
CO.. Ponton. Moss., or St Louis. Mn.
WAY WITH Uncomfortable TRUSSES,
Comfort ?na* Cure for the Ruptured Sent
post-paid on receipt of ten cents. Address Dr.
E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington Ave., Now
York.
WITHOUT Spcctnolos, Doctor or Mcuicme.
Sent post-paid, on receipt of 10 eta. Ad?
dress Dr. E. It. FOOTE, (author of Medical Com*
mon 8eneo) No. 120 Lexington Ave, cor. Eaet
28th St., N. Y._
Agents! Read This!
WE WILL PAY AGENTS A 8 A LA RY of |
$30 por week and ?expenses, or nllow
largo commission, to sell our now wonderful in?
ventions. Address M. WAGNER & CO.
Marshall, Mich._ _
"Economy is Wealth,"
FRANKLIN.
WHY will peoplo pay $50 or more for a
SE wi sr, M A CHINK when $22 will buy one
that has a etandard reputation, is doubled thread,
complete with Table, oonstrueted opon entirely
new and practical principles, runs by friction,
and excels all others ? Those celebrated Ma
chines, fully licented, are intended for poor peo?
ple who want to save time, labor and money.
Agente Wanted. Machines sent to Agunta and
git cn atony to needy families. For circulars and
reduced prices, nddresa J. C. Oms ? CO.,
or Franklin and Diamond S. M. Co., Uox 397,
Boston, Maas. _
RIDE and BRIDEGROOM-Essnys for
Young Mon, free, rn sealed envelopes.
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Pox P, Pblludel
phla, Pa._
DR. WHITTIER, Ct7,StCharlo8ft. St. Louis
Mo., of Union wide reputotion, treats
all venereal diseases ; also, seminal emissions,
impotency, Ac, the result of self abuse. Send 2
stomps for sonied pamphlut 50pp. No matter who
failed, slate case. Consultation free_
PSVoltO.MANOY, FASCINA'! ION OR
SOUL CHARMING-400 pages ; doth.
This wonderful book bas lull Instructions to en-,
able tho reader to fascinate either sex, or any
animal, at will. Mesmerism, Spiritualism, and
hundreds of othor curious experiments. It ean
bo obtained by sending address, with ten oents
postage, m T. W. EVANS ? CO., No. 41 South
Eighth Street, Philadelphia;_
Dr. 67W; Millard's
FEMALE SM. V IM ELS
An unfailing remover of obstructions, and
certain regulator of the monthly turn. Infalli?
ble, //aimless and Trustworthy. Sent free by
mail to any address on receipt of ono dollar.
_P O. BOX 3020, Now York City.
Moustaches ?BS %Sg .l?t ft
60 eta. Address H. RICHARDS, Box ?986, Ko?
York P. 0._
BUSINESS,
VISITING,
AND WEDDING 0ABD8
Neatly executed at thia OAs*.
PERUVIAN
Guano,
Gr ID INT XT I 1ST El
INTO 1.
FOR SALB BY THB TON
-OR
> " .
Single Bag,
--AT
PLANTERS'
WAREHOUSE.
March 2
A.A. Solomons
WITH A VIEW TO THE
PURCHASE OF
A LARGE AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT OP
Spring
AND
Summer
GOODS,
-OFFERS
Superior Inducements
For the Sale of
FALL
AND
WINTER
<3r O O X> fit ,
Now remaining on hand.
-CALL AT
SOUTH EAST CORNER
Main anti Liberty Sts.
Feb 28
ISAAC A. Ut'KAGEN,
XHB ADVERTISER BROS YO CALL AT
TBNTION TO II IS STOCK OF TUB BEST
D PUBBST
CHEM! CALS,
Drugs,
--ARD
PATENT MEDICINES?
A FINS ASSORTMENT fit
PERFUMERY, SOAPS, TOILET POWDER
and Chalk,
Puff Boxes and Puff*,
Shaving Cream and Bracht?,
Hair Bruah**,
Infant Bruche?,
Tuoth and Mail Brashes,
_All at McKAQ N'S.
PRESCRIPTIONS
PREPARED CAREFULLY AT ALL HOURS,
_By I. A. McKAOBN.
THE BEST
BRANDY, OIN,
WHISKEY and WINES,
_Sold at McKAOBN'S.
ALLSPICE,
Clove?, Cinnamon,
Ginger, Mae?,
Nutmegs and Pepper.
_At McKAOBN'S Drug Blur?.
KEROSINE OIL, Lamp?, Humer-. Chimney*.
Wiek?, A?., At McKAOBN'S.
LA Rf. S ?nd FRESU SUPPLY OF
GARDEN SEEDS
. For tala by McKAQRN.
MILLER'S ALMANAC for 1870
At McKAOBN'S.
L FINE SEGAR
# CAN BE HAD
Feb 16 At McKAOBN'S.
DRUGS,
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS
Toilet and Fancy Articles.
A. ANDERSON & CO..
Apothecaries and Chemists,
SUMTER, S. C.
Are receiving constantly a full supply of Pure
Drugi and Cbcmieali, and a well selected (tool,
of Faney Artielea and Perfumery.
-ALSO
A great variety of Toilet Soaps,
Kxtraots for the Handkerchief,
FIDO Colognes, Foreign and Dome nt ic,
Surgical Instruments, Trune*, Ac
All Medicine? warranted genuine and of the
very best quality.
PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS, Carefully
compounded night or day. To be found at night
at the residence of Mr. Anderson on Main St.
A. ANDKRSOlf, . A. J. CHINA, IV. D
Jan 8 _
REMOTAL.
HAVING REMOVED to Corner of Main
and Republioon Streets, and thoroughly
revised and renovated my Stook, I can offer to
my ?ustoinors and tho pnb'ic generally, as fine
AN ASSORTMENT OF WELL SELECTED
Drugs,
AMD *-'
General Medicines,
As can be found in this market.
Comprising most of the popular
Patent Medicines,
-SUCH AS
Rnsndalls,
Philotoken or Female Friend,
My ?tie or Female Regulator,
Jayne's Expectorant,
Jayne's Pills,
Aver'? Cherry Pectoral,
Wlstar's RnUam Wild Cherry,
Herabold's K- traot Duchu,
Simulons' Liver Invigorator,
Sandford's Liver Invigorator,
Hall's Hair Renewer,
Barry's Tricopherous,
Tumult's Aperient.
Stafford's Olive Tar for colds, coughs and
consumption.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,
Russell's Soothing Cordial, without ano?
dyne,
Holloway's, Van Donson's and Hurley's
Worm Candy, with all the Vermifuges.
A complete Assortment of
PER V U M KR Y, TOOTH BRUSHES AND
TOILET ARTICLES.
-At.flO
A choice article of COLOGNE, of our own manu
facturo, which we can sell cheap-with all other
articles which should be found in a
Well Regulated Drug Store.
Jan 2(1-tf_J. F. W. DELQRME.
Thc State of South Carolina
SUMTER COUNTY.
In Court Common Pleas-In Equity,
Lucius P. Luring, )
vs. 1 Bill for foreclosure
Laurlngdnn R. Jounings, { of Mortgage, Ao.
Sarah C. Bryan and others, j
IN obedience to the orders of salo made in this
oase, I will offer fi.r sale, at publiooutrry, at
Sumter Coori House, on the first Monduy in April
next, 1er cash, the mortgage ptomltes described in
?aid Bill, consisting of all,'hat certain tractor par*
eel of land, containing eleven hundred and forty
Ave arras, situate and being in Sumter County,
in the State aforesaid, a ?joining Inn.I? of J. N.
Frierson. J. lt. Pollard, .1. M. Pitts, \V. H. Hui
goss, Wm Darkcly, L. li. Dlnkins und ll. N.
Bradford.
Purchaser to pnv for papers and atamps.
T. J. COGHLAN,
Sheriff ?uniter County.
March 10. 1870 _ nt
Vehicles to Hire, Hauling, &c
TUR SUBSCRIBER begs to Inform tho citi.
?ena of Sn inter, and the pah!io generally,
that he is prepared to transport TRAVELERS, in
a comfortable aud commodious Vehicle, to any
point In thia ortho adjoining Counties.
Ile will furnish pleasure parties d<-?irincc an
evening ride or a trip into the country, withe
convenient vehicle, g od hordes and trustworthy
driver. Ho is also prepared to do any kind ul
bsuliug, either by tho day or by spucial con
tract. Orders left at the P. st O0V:e will ho
promptly attended lo.
_Feb 2-tf_T A. FBTr-nSQN.
SPECTACLES
-AD
EY E CLASSES.
LORSOH'S PATENT INTKROHANABLK
LENSES.
Gold, Silver, 8teel and Rubber Frames.
Periscopio,.Convex and Concave Lenses.
Cataract and Colored Leases, of all Shades.
MATO? 9 O. T. MASON.
HAS ON UANDA LAHOR STOCK OF\
NITURK, for le?? than can ht ohtaluVd
Souther? market, earing both freight .|i??
breakage by Railroad. W:tb expcrlswnsi.W
branch of bu lin aw tn tho City of Churh*to?
twenty ATO 7 ea ra, and ba ing fe adv,?
the beat Manufacturara, he I? offering ,,
work of whleh ar cry ?rt icio told ia war
Tho stock oonslsts nf ' m
Sofa?, Sida Board?, Book CN?OB, WardT
Washstand?, Bureaus, Cutt.iga Sott?, W
Rx tan alon Tablea
Mahogany,Cana .?ad Wood Sent Rocking
Mahogany. Cane and Wood Scat Settings!?!,
Cribe, Cradle? T^MK,
Trundle Bedsteads and Cottage Bedstead? -J , ?
Ktery stylo Looking Qlassc* and Maiiraif?<
FIVE HUNDRED PAIR WINDOW SHAD!
just received, together with a lot of WALL PAvSj
PER AND HORDE KINO.
Main ?Street, opposite Express
UP STAIRS. -***S
J. E. Suarcff^f
Feb 23-tf
Ja D. CRAIG^
Upholster or, Mf.nufac tutor,;
AND DEALER IN HJ?
FURNITURE, 5
J*> ESPECTFULLY INFORMS HIS ff.*o>li;':'
au?t patrona that he ls now prepare I "lo fbrii'jih;
them with
Furniture, etc-,
of tho di ft", rent STYLES and PATTERNS no^
in use. He hos now ou band a supply of -
BED ROOM AND COTTAOE SETS, . . -\.
CANE AND WOOD SEAT CHAIRS, :V
BEDSTEADS, .j:
TABLES, .
BUREAUS,
CRIBS, . 4
AC, AC. W,
SAMPLE PLATES fron the Uat Man .fnrlti:*,,
rera of Boston and New York - will bo shown m o
Eurehnaera and nny styles preferred, not on. y
and, will be orde.'ed for accommodation of -pm
rons-nil of vb Ich will be sold ut prices to sail
the times.
FURNITURE mndo to order; in any sly"? at
at short notice. a
Manufacturing. Repairing and Upholstery
dono promptly, und ;n n. neut and Workmlitil'ka'jty
manner. (38
.Chairs rosealod with cano and made as good ?s R
new. . ; vT
Picture Frames of all sizes, Rose Wood, 0?li, .
and plain mouldings, mado to order, ano) Looking
Glasses set in frames, and for sale.
FUNERALS promptly attended to in Towri.;?:;
or Country, and Metallic, Mahogany, WalvJut, .
or Common Collins, furuished ns required, aj.
short notice. * r
Deo 8_; j
THEATRE OPEN.
. 0.
Business beftre IM casual
A NEW PLAY?
ACT 1. Scexe 1ft.
Scene, tho Store, corner of tho Old Unto'--1 J
next the Court IIeuso-k^'uHWi-s?.\' bekrodTv"
tho counter-Eutern Countryman. fS
COUNTRVMAM. Ato you tho non that soili.v
STORK CLOTHES so cheap ?
ScnwKMN. Yea, I'm Ibo man. So f, M
If your clothes oro worn out, or ruined hy (narin',
There's no usu in eninta' but go right to Sn hirer-Uk .'.
C. What! On in eicenrin't Look hore,'my,-ri
friend, if that's tho way you talk, how da yo\V?\
expect ti? prosper, when th* Biblu says 'Visr,ar '
not at all ?" . ?gs
8. You don't understand mo, T moan rot?elo./
in? and I'll fit you out with a new suit, inside,
una o o ts ido. My name i's Schwerin, , Oj
C. Ohl That'? it, is il? W< ?1 ifs a cns'- a rcry ' \
bad name, nay how. But 1 s'poscyuur goods ara A
none the worao for that, ?.nd I seo how you might*'-'?i
fit me with a auit milnid* from your stock j
Hats, Boots and ' boes. Couti,
Vests mid Puns, Soin?. , \,
Undershirts, Drawer.', S ud s. ?S
ss Colima, Itan.hr, hi.-r., Ac.,,ve.
but how eau you fit nu- (.. a sun timid*., boy? ,
S Why, I'll toll y .it, Some of my oxvo?let i '
GROCERIES there would tun y?-: i'in'dn if n fl?? > ,
wouldn't they ?
C. Yes, they would, ?li ti Cr n fr??, some r.f y ??.MT
Sugar, Coffee, Ten.-Floor, M..I1 .,m?; ' \
Csu neil Fish, tl.? st i's aol L.d;*tot?,
Chow Chow Pi'kies, Ac, Ac.
S. Yos. I sell my , - j}x
Dry Quods and Wet <J.? .?I-*, rjr?c*rie% ;
Clothing ?nd other nub-h-s l'i-i nufiitxi'it?
to montloi.. vet y CHEAP FOfi C VS II. 'Sm A lt \
Profits and Quick Itfturns" ii my mrttcv.
Exit Countryman with a Lug full, u hacket,V,
tull HD-I n bundle full. . .
Sept 22 %u * :*"*
.\< >. a
GROCERIES!
THE ONLY STIlT? T?.Y
Grocery and Liquor Honm
IN TO \V X Z$M
rp H K u N D H 11 s i c? N i: u V.T.Ixe, DULY.';
1.
Authorized to continue th? bi.-doors of tho Ift*>*
il rm of CRANE A EBER HA UT. lc *a U-iivart*
ell the attention o+his irici.-I? i.u.i rhu ^ublbji^
gem rally lo his
NEW AND Wt?f.?, i-vrjO?TKb' *
STOCK Ol'
Heavy and Fancy G roceries I
Which ho offers low for CASI! ONLY.
All article? wmrnt.tcl os reeoremer.do
Pure MoJ'rinal Liquor? kc.'.t constantly'3
on hand.
J. H. rr.ERftA HT.
Survi,lu'; partner.*" >>.
Doc 1? if
I. IL ALEXilHDEK, %
BROAD STREET, CA"MDi*.V. S. C.
Every description of w. rV . oxoentiJ *
promptness, mid in th? o oft a?'p"iv>-d 1 i\fl
<do stylo. Sot? of Tool!? fun.l-.be 1 nt wry ?'
rrate rates.
URFEttiiNCEfM
Oen. .f. n K?-r.h.v.?, Cm. '..'?- S. C .'
T. B.rnch. M. D.. . " v'(*..t?
L. ll Dja?. 1 '? ?1
J. M- D.ivi?, R.q, " . IL :
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