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The Samter Watctoxan,
WEDNESDAY APK1I? 13.
W. jj PAXTON . . BU8WE88 MANA8EB.
fS?f AU Tr?a?l?f*l Advertisements, ?ad al
Jobwork asurt ba paid -fof ia easb. Thia will
be observed without distinction. Subscriptions
.ra also parable in md?ano*.
mm ApplloaUaorfbr Jab Work will ba asada,
at tba oaeee, lo Taos. E. F tow s RS.
Tba Waree* A* books ara io tho keeping of W.
t. PAXTO?, who will receipt for moolee da. and
attend to all mattera aouneeted with tho Adrar,
tiling or Subscription departments.
mm* Oar Advert?alo*; frieada are requested to
aaad la thalr farora notiator than Monday.
TBS SUMTKB TOTAL ABSTINENCE 80.
CIBTY will moat at tha Methodist Ohnreh on
Tuesday, 1 ?tb lost., at 8 o'clock p. m. Interest?
ing Leetares will bo delivered.
April 13. 1870.
ttB- Mr. A. A. Solomons, recently
returned from a business visit North,
kiodly furnished va the latest New
York, Washington,* Baltimore, Rich?
mond and other paper?.
p&r We saw aeolored man coming
ioto town, on Tuesday morning lust,
with four bales of cotton for sale, which
he said was his own property-a part
of bis last year's erop.
TOBACCO SE KD.
We are indebted to Mr. W. F.
DEKNIOHT, Internal Revenue Assessor,
for some papers of pure Havana Tobacoo
Seed, imported from Cuba, and distribu?
ted by the Department of Agriculture,
S?ITITE? POST OFFICE.
Capt. T. B. JOHNSTON has assumed
the duties of Post Master at Sumter,
and, we arc pleased to learn, contemplates
some decided improvements in the pres?
sest building, looking to the oom fort
and convenience of the oommunity.
THE SfclWTEB BOOK S TO lt K
continues to make additions to its stock
ss necessities require. We notice that
writing paper and envelopes are sold
tbere at astonishingly low prices. Law
Blanks, under the New Code, are also
?old at Charleston prices.
Tbe Quarterly Parade will tako place
st 3 instead of 4o'olook, aa previously
We learn that this occasion will be
invested with more than the usual in
terest. The Company will make a pre?
sentation to Capt. E. (J. GBEEN, the
popular ex-President, &c, the ceremo?
nies to take place in front of the Court
House. Tho ladies and citizens gener?
ally will, doubtless, be present, in large
A GIGANTIC INSTITUTION?
From tho Annual Exhibit of the "Liv?
erpool and London and Globe Insurance
Company," handed to us by Mr. CHAS
B. MOISE, the highly intelligent and
much esteemed agent for Sumter, we
learn that the increase of assets for the
year 1861), was over seven hundred thou?
sand dollars in gold. The total oapital
aod reserve amount, now, to the enor?
mous sum of eighteen million/our hundred
thousand dollars in gold.
This company issues permanent poli?
cies upon tho payment in advanoo of ten
jcarly premiums. Also the ordinary
kind of policies.
inniGRANT? AGKICULTUnAL AND
The Agricultural and Mechanical
Society of Sumter, at the special meet
tog held on the 14th inst., elected the
following delegates to the Immigrant,
Agricultural and Mechanical Convention
which meets in Charleston on the 3rd
of May next.
'. he Society also adopted a resolution
to the effect that any member of the
delegation who might be unablo to at
tond, was requested to secure a substi?
Col. John B. Moore, Capt. J. W.
Stuckey, W. M. Green, D. A. Foxworth,
Dr. J. M. Sanders, G. L. Warree, W
J. Durant, Dr. John H. Furman, Dr.
W. A. Ramsey, Rev. E. A. Edwards
?nd Capt. II. E. L. Peebles.
SOUTH OAROIilNA CENTRAL.
Wc learn that a corpe of Engineers,
of which Mr. GEO. EARLS is chief, is
now engaged in making the permanent
survey or location of the South Carolina
Central Railroad, and that the work of
grading has commenced at GourdinV
Thu looks like something praotioal. Wc
learn from the aotive and efficient
President, Mr. D. B. MOLAIIRIN, that
the hope is entertained of being able to
reach Sumter in twelve months. The
people of Clarendon are moving in this
matter in earnest, and through the
?oergy of Dr. J. J. INGRAM and others,
*e learn that the subscriptions in land,
*o-f have been considerably inoreased
recently. Our friends of Clarendon
greatly need Railroad facilities, and we
trast their efforts in this direction may
PRE PA H ATI ONS FOB PLANTING.
Notwithstanding the difficulties of tho
Mason, preparations . for planting, in
this section, have boen oarried forward
?Uh unusual energy; and probably, at
no time in the past, has the soil been
Put in better oondition to reoeive the
Med. The subsoiler has been used to
wine extent, and lands generally have
*ea "broken." Unusual quantities of
<*mmercial fertilizers will be applied,
?*d improved implements employed.
jadioalions of progressive improvement
?? our agricultural interests aro every?
where apparent around un. Mnoh of
, ? doubtless, (s the roault of our ag
"?ultural meetings and Associations, to
*hioh more attention should be given
vour planten ?od farmers gooerally.
Messrs. WM. H. Tun ? LAND ar? I
the proprietor?, at August*, of one of j
the largest and moil complete Whole?
sale Drug houses in this country-North
or South. It bas been justly character,
liad "a splendid establishment." They
sro importers, largely, and bj s thorough
snd libersl system of advertising are rap?
idly building op s business successfully
in competition with Northern bouses.
They sre the proprietors snd manu?
facturers of several preparations, prom?
inent among which is the "GOLD EAGLE,
BITTERS," now generally esteemed, for
the purposes recommended, wherever
they have been introduced.
SUMTER POST OFFICE.
From and ofter this dato, tho mail* going
North and Euuth will close at 12 o'clock A. M.
Northen aad So u thor n M all? will be open for
delivery at 2 o'clock, P. H.
The extra Charleston Mall will cloie at 6
o'clock, P. M., and open for delivery at 6J o'olock
Office hours from 8 A. M. to 7 P. M.
Sunday-The Mail* will cloie at ll o'olock, A.
M. Open for delivery from 3 to 4 o'clock, P. M.
T. B. JOHNSON, f. M.
"A SPIRIT DWELLS WITHIN EACH
FLOWER ROOT AND HERB," wbiob when ju
dloiouily se looted and prepared, ai In SUMTER
BITTERS, provea the moat valuable tonio
? t*w ?-?a?
It ii not known where he that inventod the
plow waa born, or wt ero he died ; yet he hat ef?
fected moro for the bappineis of the world than
the whole race of heroei an d conquerers wau have
drenched it with teara, and watered it with blood.
But it ii known that the celebrated "Old Caroll.
na Bitten" are the bait tonio ever offered to the
Safe ! Sure I and reliablo 1 ia Wineman'a Worm
How TO BUILD CBBAP.-Bvory one who has any
experience in building, knowe to bia sorrow that
the thousand and one little Rema included in the
one word flniahing, make fully half the ooit of a
boote, and that ill advised expenditure in tbii
dlteotiop often runs the bill far above the esti?
mate. To avoid such trouble and disappointment,
buy your blinda, doon, lashes, mouldings, direot
from the manufacturer, P. P. Tonio, Charleston,
8. C. See advertisement.
Or* Tatt'* Celebrated Expectorant No
Mystery How lt Acta.
First it douches from the bronohial or wind
tubes the mucus or matter which, sometimos nd
horcs to thora with the tenacity of glue. Secondly,
It mitigates the pain and removes the constric?
tion of tho bronohial tubes and musotoi of the
chest, 'thirdly, It rosis ts the progress of in?
flammation and assists the lungs to throw off the
Irritating matter whioh accumulates.
The Regular Monthly Meeting ol tho Board
of Stewards of Sumter (Sutton) Methodtct
Cburoh, will be held at the Paraonage on
Wednesday evening, 20th inst., at 7 o'olook.
A preliminary meeting, for the accommodation
of the members of the Board who naide in the
country, will be held at the office of the Sumter
Watchman, at 12 o'olock tame day.
Members will picoso oome preparad to report
oolloo lion s for tho month of April.
J. H. DINGLE, Chairman.
F. A. FOLSOM, Seoictary.
April 6, 1870.
A. A. SOLOMONS-Spring stock just arriv?
ing, which has been bought under favorable cir?
cumstances, and whioh embraces a beautiful va?
riety. Seo advertisement.
NO. 3-In tho voice of good humored irony,
speaks of some hard things. Look to it "all
whom lt may concern.".
MISS E. D. BRITTON-A truly beautiful
varioty of Spring Millinery, and the ladies will
be out lo force to moko choice selections.
Da. TUTT'S GOLD EAGLE BITTERS-To be
found at the Drug Store of Mr Isaac McKagon.
A valuable preparation.
INSURANCE AGENCY-C. H. Moise, Liver
pool and London and Globe Ineuranc* Compa?
P. P.TOALE, of Charleston, Dr. Tull, of Au*
gusta, "Old Carolina Bitters," and Sumter Bit?
ers, have now notices in this issue.
TOWN COUNCIL-Ordinance to ratio sup?
plies for the year 1870, and to regulato auction
sales of goods or merohnndise.
SUMTER MARKET, APRIL 12.
Cotton firm at from 17 to 20 but little
BACON-Rib Sides, 19}@00; Clear, do., 20
@00 ; Shoulders, 10?00 ; ?lumn, 26.
LARD-20 @ 25c.
FLOUR-Per bbl. $7?$12.
COFFEE -Laguayra, 30@32 . Java, 45@5o;
SUGAR-Brown, 121@14; C., 15? 17 ; A., 17
@00 ; Crushed, 19J@00.
BAGGING-Beit, 3t)?321 Gunny, 28?30.
BATESVILLE SHIRTINGS-Per bale 12c.
YARN BY THE BALE-S2.10c. Por bunch
LATEST QUOTATIONS OF
IN CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Corrected weekly by A. C. KA UFMAN,
Broker, Nb. 25 \oad Street.
FEBRUARY 22, 1870.
STATS SECURITIES-South Carolina, old, 84@
1*6 ; do now, - ?78; do, regist'd stook, ex inti
CITTSECURITIFB-Augusta, Ga. Bonds, 83@
?4; Charleston, S. C. Stock, (ex qr int) 61? 07;
lo, Firo Loan Bonds, -?76; Columbia, S. C
RAiLnoAn BONDS-Bluo Ridgo, (first mortgage)
- ?50; Charleston and Savannah, 68@60 ;
Charlotte, Columbia and Aigusta, -?00 ;
Choraw and Darlington, -80; Greon ville and.
Columbia, (1st mort) -?76; do, (State guar
?too) Cl? - ; Northeastern, 84?85; Savan?
nah and Charleston, (lit mort) -80 ; do, (Stato
guarantee)-?63; South Carolina,-?83; do,
ib ; Spartanburg and Union, -?54.
RAILROAD STOCKS-Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta,-?55; Groenvillo and Columbia, 1}
?2 ; Northeaitorn, 7@8 ; Savannah and Charlot
ton, 23@26; South Carolina, (whole shares)
38?44; do, (half do) 18?22}.
Ex cn A Nfl K, Ac-New York Sight, | off par;
Gold, 119? 121; Silver, 110? 112.
SOUTH CAROLINA BANK DILLS.
.Bank of Charleston.- ? -
. Bank of Newberry.-fi
Bank of "amdon.40(j
Bank of Georgetown.......-(<
Bank of South Carolina.6(j
Bank of Chester.6(
Bank of Hamburg--.3(
Baok of State ol 8* C. prior to 1861.40 (
Bank of State of S. C. lime 1661 and 1862 10(
.PeorVi Bank of Charleston....._(
.Union Bank of Charleston._(
.Sooth weitern R R Bank of Charles ton, - (
.Southwestern R H Bank or Charleiton, -(
Farmen' and Exebange Bank of Charles - (
Exchange Bank of Columbia.,.10(
Merchant?' Bank of Cheraw.,.... 8(
Planten'Bank of Fairfield-.8(_
Btate of South Carolina Billi Reoeivable...par.
City of Charleiton Change Bill?.par.
.Billi marked thu? (.) ara being redeemed at
the Bank Counter? of eaeh.
J?A IS ly
Dr. A. L. 8C0VILL ti'th? inventor of MT.ra
modiclnal preparations which IMV* become ven
popular, and have boon llbon.llj aaad. Amon(
bl? ID veo tioni ara "Hal! 'i Balaam for tb? Lunfa'
and "L., er wort and Tar." For tb? put ai;
jaar? a botter Lang remedy baa been o Bared t
tba pabilo. Bead'tb? following lettor from Di
Soovlll referri ? g to it : x
Messrs. J. N. BABRIB A CO.,
G ESTS :-I Biak? th? followloj
statement from a perfect conviction and know
ledgo of the benefit* of ALLEN'S LUNG BAL
? 8AM in earing the nott deep teated Pulmonar
Consumption i I heve witnessed its ?fleets 01
tb? young and the old, and X ?an truly eay tba
i it is by far the bett expectorant remedy witl
which I am acquainted. For Cougha, and al
the early stages of Lung complaints, I believe it
to bo * certain eur?, and If avery family wout<
keep it by them, ready to administer upon tb
first appearance of dlseaio about th? Lungs then
would be very few cases of fatal consumption.
It causes the pl*gm and matter to rats?, wi thou
irritating thote delicate organe (the Lungs), ?ni
without produoingconstipation of the bowels. I
aleo givee strenglu to the system, stops the nigh
sweats, and changes all the morbid secretions b
a healthy atate. Your's respectfully,
A. L. SCOVILL.
Sold by A. ANDERSON A CO.. Sumter, S. C
Fresh, pure air is a vitalising elixir. Whoevoi
ia debarrod by elrcumatancoe from unrestricted
access to thia invisible, but powerful etimulaol
needs a medicinal invlgorant of some kind. Th
great object should be to choose the beat. Popu
larity ts a pretty good guarantee of merit in thi
scrutin ?sing and intelligent age, and tried by thi
criterion Hostetter'a Stomaob Bitters atanda Sra
among the invigorating and regulating medioine
of the present day. To the wanta of peraona en
gaged in indoor employments, especially ii
orowded factories where even with the best poss!
bie ventilation tho atmosphere is always In som
degree polluted, Ibis salubrious vegetable tonio i
peeullarly adaptod. The nature of the ingra
diente is no mystery. It consists of an absolute
ly pure diffusive stimulant, tinctured-or rathe
auroharged-with the fluid .>x tracts of aanntou
roots and barka and herbs. The pbarmncopcei
baa Ita tinctures, but what aro they ? The juic
of only a singlo root or bark or plant is presen
in each. Not ono of them combines tho tbrc
properties of a tonio, an alterative, and an ope
rient. All these elements aro blended in lb
Bitters ; nor are these the sum of ita medicina
rcoommedntlona. It ia also a blood depuren
and an antispasmodic.
Tho baleful effect which oir that hos been par
tinily exhausted of its oxygen by frequent breath
lng produces on the vital organisation, ia noto
rioua, and when to Ibis devitalized atmosph?re!
superadded tho mephitto vapor of hot air fut
naces, it becomes deleterious and depressing i
the extreme. To onable tho system to bear u*
even for * few hours each day against the debil!
tating influoace of u vitiated atmosphore,
wholesome tonio and alterative ia urgently rc
quired. This grand disideratum ia supplied i
Hostotter's Bitters, which as a strength-sustain
ing, hool th protecting agent has no rival eithe
among offioinal or advertised medicines._
The S. S. S. of 1861,
Or Dr. JEUSON'S Original SOUTHERN SOOTUIN
SYRUP POR CHILDREN TBBTUINO, is again r<
suscitated It It ls a Corrigent of the Bout
dieordere contingent upon this period ; a gruu
ful Carminative ; a nutritioue Syrup ? and
gentle Anodyne, inducing calm and ref reehing it
pose, without the pernicious and distressing rt
actionary disturbance of tho nervous systei
that results from the exhibition of most prepare
tiona-expreeely made for children. Its use i
the Southern States, as far buok as 1862, esta!
lisked its reputation as a Southern Institutloi
and, as a medicino unrivalled, and as being tb
?est and eafeet preparation for children teethiut
ensuring REST to MOTHERS and NURSES and rt
lief and etrength to tboir infants. It is thcrofoi
no new medicine, and needs nu advertising whoi
it is best known. Every precaution has boc
token to presorvo and protect it from fruuduloi
counterfeits. It is manufactured only at tl
Laboratory of ColTK, TOMPKINS A Hu un, men
bora of, and successors to, tho old establish!
SOUTHERN DRUD HOUSE OP HARRAL, RISLEY
KITCHEN, 141 CBAUBBRS STREET, YEW YORK,
whom all orders should be addressed, and is fi
salo to tho oitisens of Sumter and surroundii
country by the following Qrst class und respect
bio Druggists : A. ANDERS >N A Co., J. F. Y
Prepared by Dr. J. J. Lawrence, the oelcbrati
p TsiciAN and cn eu ST, Norfolk, Va., isa BAP
PLEASANT ajad RELIADLE remedy for ALL disons
TORPIDITY OF THE LIVER,
IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD,
DISORDERS OF THE URINARY ORGAN
DERANGEMENTS OF THE N E R V 0 U
It PURIFIKS and ENRICUES the BLOOD, RE
TORES tho LIVER and KIDNEYS to u hcultl
ACTION, AIDS DIGESTION, REGULATES the BO WEI.
aud INVIGORATES the NERVOUS SYSTEM .
lt ie NOT a Patent Medicine.
FORMULA around oach bottle
ENDORSED by the beet Phyeieiane.
Tho MOST POPULAR Medicine in uee.
DR. LAWRENCE is constantly in rccoipt
GRATEFUL lottOrS and TESTIMONIALS Of REMARK
BLE CURBS performed by KOSKOO.
All letters answered and advice given-PRE
KOSKOO for salo by Druggists overywhero
ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. For sale by
J. F. W. DeLormo,
July 28-ly Sumter, S.
THE advertiser having been restored to beal
in a fow weeks, by a vory simple remedy, afi
having suffered several years with a ?overo lu
affection, and that dr.cnd diseaso, Consumption
is anxious to tnako known to his fcllow-suflori
tho moans of euro.
To all who desire it, ho will sond a copy oft
prescription used (freo of charge), with t
directions for preparing and using the san
whiob tbey will find a sure Cure for Consum
lion, Asthma, Bronchitis, etc. The objoot of I
advertiser in sending the Prescription ls to bei
flt the afflicted, and spread information which
conceives to be invaluable;.and bo hopes ov<
sufferer will try bis remedy, as it will oost tin
nothing, and may provo a blessing;
Partios wishing tho prescription, will plot
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings County, New York
ERRORS OF YOUTH?
A GENTLEMAN who Buffered for years fr
Nervous Debility, Prematuro Decoy, and all I
offeots of youthful indiscretion, will, for tho sc
of suffering humanity, sond freo to nil who n<
it, the receipt and directions for mnking tho si
pie remedy by wbioh he was oared. Suffer
wishing to profit by the advertiser's exporten
oan do so by addressing, in perfect confidence
JOIIN B. OGDEN,
June 2 No. 42 Cedar at. N. Y
General Life and Fit
SUMTER, S. 0.
TllE following Companies having comp]
with the Law, and deposited $20,000 oaoh w
the Comptroller-Gonoral, offer protection
households against losa or damage by fire :
Security Fire Insuranoo Company
New York, Aasotts, 82.017.869 81.
Gorman Fire Insurance Company
New York, Assotts, 1.058.054 61.
.Georgia Home Insuranoo Compel
Columbus, Ga., Assetts, 468.781 10.
Riohmond Banking Insuranoo Co.,
Virginia, Aasetts, 279.540 24.
Maroh 30 Agnel
SAWS of ?Il descriptions. AX ks"," BELTING
.ad M ILL FURNISHINGS, CIRCULAR SAWS
with Solid Tooth, or with PATBMT ADJUSTABLE
POINTS, I?potior to all fHeerted Teeth Samo.
/as- PK ICES REDUCE?, -?s* . II
?&~ ?end for Price Lilt and Circulars. *<JEK
_ WKttH A OHIFFIT1I8.
Boato?, B?Mfeg P-rolt? gwjb.
A?n(av~C?nva??lng; Books ??nt sVoe.
SECRETS OE INTERNAL REVENUE,
itf a Prominent Officer oj tko Treaiurt Service,
.bowing up tho Morel? and inner workings of the
Revenue Department, the Whiskey Ring, Gold
Ring, and Drawbaok Frauds, Syatomatio Bob?
bery, Depredations, Conspiracies and Raids on
the Governmeut, Malfeasance, Tyranny and Cor?
ruption of high OfBolaU. Tb? most starling and
important book published. Containing about 600
well-filled p'iges, spiritedly illustrated. AGENTS
WANTED. Canvassing Book and complete out?
fit seut free. Address WM. FLINT. Publleher,
Philadelphia, Pe. ; Chicago, III., or Cincinnati,
$10 worth of splendidly illustrated books giv?
en for every 10 subscribers to the N. Y. MUSI?
CAL PIONEER for 1870, a monthly journal: of
10 pages of cboico Music and Interesting Miscel?
lany. Only 60 ots. por annum in advance. Circu?
lars with list of premiums and specimen cop y of j
Pioneer sent?n receipt of stamps. F. J. HUN
TINQTON dc CO., 459 Broome Street, N. Y.
GHQ "DOTrIT?Ci w?r"?*
baoks, awarded to subscribers and agente for
Woon's DousFHoLD MAGAZINE, the largest and
best Dollar Monthly in the world. Similar priaes
tn be repealed soon. Full partioulnrs in March
Number. For salo by all Newsdealers, or sent
with Catalogue of Premiums on receipt of 10
cents. Address 8. S. WOOD, Newburgh, N. Y.
KIDDER'S PASTILLES. fcKTM:1
40 cents by mail. STOWELL A CO., Charles?
The Purest, Best and Cheapest
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
WITHOUT Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine.
Sent post-paid, on receipt of 10 ct*. Ad?
dress Dr. E. It. FOOTE, (author of Medical Com- !
mon Senso) No. 120 Lexington Ave., cor. East
28th St., N. Y._
AWAY WITH Uncomfortable TRUSSES, j
Comfort and Cure for the Ruptured Seut
post-paid on roooipt of ten cents. Address Dr.
E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Loxington Ave., Now
EVERYBODY READ THIS!
WE WILL PAY AGENTS $25 per week and
expenses, to sell the Greatest Discoveries |
I of the Age. Address WHEATON, UBNRY A Co.,
I Agents! Read This:'
WE WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY of)
$30 por wcok and exponaos, or allow a
largo commission, to soil our now wonderful in?
ventions. Address M. WAGNER A CO.,
fflinc A DAY!-40 now articles for Agents
\<?/CO Samples free. H. B. SHAW, Alfred,
LIST OF 2,500 NEWSPAPERS
FOR ONE STAMP. G. P. ROWELL 4 CO.,
BRIDE and BRIDEGROOM.-Essnys for
Young Mon, froo, in souled onvclopes
j HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Philadol
MANHOOD and tho Vigor of Youth Ho
stored in Four Weuks Success guuruntcod.
DH. RECORD'S ESSENCE OF LIFE restores
manly power, from whatever uauso arising. Tho
effects of carly peruieious habits, solf-ubuso on 1
climato, givo way at onoo lo this wonderful
medicine, if lakon regularly according to direc?
tions (which oro vory simple and reqiiiro no re?
straint from business or pleasure). Fuilure is
impossible. Sold in bottles ut $3, or four qm. ti?
tles in one for $9. To bo had only of the sole
appointod agent in Atnoricu, HERMAN GERI
TEN, 103 Third Avenue, Now York._
M/MI of a ?>1? Aa forcod 10 Krow ,n 8lx
IILV U?lclLfllCO weeks. Recipe sent fur
50 cte. Address ll. RICHARDS, Box 3986, New
York P. 0. raaroh
BOOTS 3 SHOES,
MADE TO ORDER?
LTHE SUBSCRIBERS HAV-?g?
ing removed from Manning,
und located themselves in jflr
SUMTER, S. C W
(at the Old Telegraph office,) \
CORNER MAIN A DUGAN STS.,
are prepared to furnish BOOTS and SHOPS of
tboir own manufacturo on short notice
Thoy gunruntco satisfaction in ovory respect,
and from thoir long experienco in tho business,
foci assured that thoso who once patronize thom
will not fail to cnll again.
Orders solicited, which will bo filled with
promptness, und in workmanlike manner.
of every description on band and for salo low.
SOT Terms strictly Cash.
Bultiiian & Wells,
March 30 3ra
The State of South Carolina
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
COUNTY OF SUMTER.
Edward A. Edwards, Assignee, \ Bill to Fore
vs. > close Mortgago
Samuol Furman. J of Land.
IN obedionco to tho order of salo made in this
case, dated 15th January, 1870, I will
odor for salo, at public outcry, at Sumter Court
Houso, on Sales Day in May next, for
cash, tho mortgaged premises mentioned in said
J Bill, consisting of nil that piece or parcol of
(land containing about sovonty-fivo acros, situate
lying and being in Sumter County, whoreon tbo
said Samuol Furman formorly resided with the
messuages und buildings thereon. Bound?
ed on tho South wost by tho road loading from
Statoburg to tho Bradford Springs, on tho North
east hy land formorly of Joseph B. White and
other sidos by lands now or formorly of Charles
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
G. W. REARDON, C. C. P.
The State of South Carolina,
j Hy C. M. Hurst, Judge of tftc Court of
Probate for said Count g.
Whereas, At ?Juli E. Aloxandnr hus appliod
to ino for Lottern of Administration on nil
and singular Ibo goods and cunttols, rights and
orodits of Emily Brnmlotto, deceased, of said
Those are therefore to oite nnd admonish all
land singular, the kindrod and croditora of che
aaid deceased, lo he nnd appear beforo me, at our
next Court of Probato for tbo aald County, to bo
holden at Sumter Court House, on the 18th day of
April, to show cause, if any, why the said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my Hand and Seal of offioo, thia
0th day of April, In the year of our Lord,
one tbouaand eight hundred and aaventy, and in
the 91th your of American Indepondonoe.
C. H. HURST,
April 6-gt] Judge of the Court of Probate.
AND WEDDING CABDS,
Neatly executed at this Office.
Pate & T?ylor
HAVE RECEIVED A
BOUGHT IN NSW TORE BT OKS OF TUE
FIRU AT TUB RECENT DECLINE.
THOSE DESIRING TO PURCHASE
FRESH AND CHEAP
HAD BBST QIVB THEM A CALL.
They ar? preparad to serve all in tb? best
manner, and respectfully solicit a continuance of
the favors hertofore so liberally bestowed.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
TUB PLACE FOR TUB LADIES
TRIMMINGS, LACES, &C
Fresh Arrivals Constantly.
TUB FINEST LOT OF
FANCY GOODS IN SUMTER,
ahcays on hand and sold CHEAP.
CANDIES ! CANDIS ! !
And Good Things Generally.
T 353 -A. ! T? EA t !
A SPLENDID ARTICLE at $1.26 pur pound
In the Confectionery Department.
Pipe Stems and Fix?
Crockery and Glass Ware
Offered In tho market since tho war,
(Auction Goods not Excepted?)
CONTINUE TO RECEIVE WEEKLY,
THE VERY BEST CAND\
SOLD IN THE MARKET.
First housointown to PUT TUE PRICE Ol
SPECIE PAYMENT RESUMED AT
THE SUMTER CONFECTIONERY
BEST IN SUMTER.
A LARGE VARIETY* Ol
M E RC II AU M-Genuine and Imitation
WOODEN-Various styles and pricet
And many others AT LOW FIGURES.
Glass and Crockery Ware
IN GREAT VARIETY,
The ohoapost ever offered in thia market.
FANCY and HEAVY
Always on band. CALL AND EXAMIN
JOHN S. HUGHSON'S,
Under the Photographic Callers
Sumter Book Store.
NOT WISELY, BUT TOO WELL.
Cometh up as a Flower.
Greatest Plnguo of Lifo.
Chaplot of Peoria.
Two Lifo Paths.
A Life's Secret.
The Stolon Mask. '
Thu Lawyer's Soorot.
Diary of a London Physician.
Webster's Unabridged Did lunary, with 15
Illustrations, tho greatest work of any age.
-THAT YOU CAN GET-\
GOOD FOOL'S CAP PAPER at 15 eon
LETTER PAPER nt 10 couts, per qtilro.
ENVELOPES at 6t conts. per puok.
SLATES at 10 oents. each.
SCHOOL BOOKS and all Mlsoolluneous Boo
at PUBLISHER'S RETAIL PRICE
.. Wall Paper,
Hair and Tooth Brushes.
Engravings, Ao-, Ac,
At the SUMTER BOOK STORE.
Mareh IS_A. WHITE A CO,
SILVER PLATED WARI
CASTERS, NEW PATTERNS,
BUTTER DISHES, GOBLETS, CUPS,
CALL BELLS and various article?
Marah 23-sf C. T. MASON
G as li.
Coffee, 20 to 26 c per lb.
Coffee Sugar? 15c.
Sugar, 121-2 to 15 c.
Sugar, Finest C, 16c.
Fine Goshen Cheese, 26c
Halibut Fish, 12 l-2c- |
Flour, 25 lbs. for $1 00.
Flour, best Family, 14
lbs. for $1 00.
Bacon, 15 to 20c*
Nails, 8c, by the keg, 7c.
Calicoes, 10 and 12 l-2c.
SPRING AND DRU
at 12 1-2 to 20c. per yard.
J* D. GHA,XGr,
AND DEALER IN
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HIS friend?
nm! patroos that he te now prepared to furnish
of tho di (Ti ron t STYLES and PATTERNS now
in ase. Ile ha? now on banda supply of
BED ROOM AND COTTAGE SETS,
CANE AND WOOD SEAT CHAIRS,
SAMPLE PLATES from tbe beat Manufactu.
rers of Boston and New York-will be shown to
pu roh H sura ami ?ny stylen prefe:red, not on
band, will be drdcred for accommodation of pat*
rona-nil of v. h ?ch will bo sold at prices to suit |
FURNITURE made to order, In any ?lyle and
at short notice
Manufacturing, Repairing and Upholstery
done promptly, and. in a neat and workmanlike
Chairs re?coted with cane and made as good aa
Pi ot ur? Fi ames of ?ll moa, Rofe Wood, Oil t,
and plain mouldings, made to order, and Looking
Cl lasaos ?ct in frome*, and for sale.
FUNERALS promptly atl.ndod to in Town
or Country, uud Metallic Mahogany, Walnut,
or Common Cofflus, furnisbod os required, at
Deo 8 ._
P. P. TOALE 5
CHARLESTON, S. C.
( Largest and moat completo "\
g^?r. ) Manufactory of Door?, Sashes, f -B_t
mm ) Blinds, Mouldings, Ao., In the (
V. Southern States. )
?ar Printed Prioe List Dodos Com pet 1 tl on.
g&r 8end for ono "W"5j
fi-tr- Sent Free on Application. *9>R
April ft_. ly
EYE G LASSES.
LORSCHS PATENT INTRUCHA NAT) LB
Ooh!, Stirer, Steel and Rubber Frsmts.
Periscopio, Convex and Con?ut o LSD p.a.
Cataract and Colored Lenser, of all Shades.
March 9 O' T. MASON.
Tko Original aa* fiwrmUe An rei?.
? ?-. ?
Pi If WI i nader the FerrnwU af Br. DAT?
STCWACT, QaeaaUt, a*d Mwtd ?7 Wiwrit
.at by as ter the Pamatta
Phosphates and Potash?
Th* FOOD whWa farm* the mineral part af th*
plant, and that h taaiorad froBi tha
.oil ?Ith every ar op.
HORTICULTURE, FUUIT TRICK?, COEN
TBE EXTERMINATOR Ol
Rust, Spores and Insects
Diseased Peach Trees,
With yellow leave*, andar Ita Influence, produce
a dark grata foliage in a raw week*.
Put up in New Barrete.
PRICE, $40 00 PUR TON.
Liberal dadaetloa mada to dealer*.
Wa annex tba following oertiflcate* taken from
roany received by aa t
Ssxar SIDK, Aaa? Aranda) ?0., lld., 1
Marsh ltth, 1870. ]
Mt?**. Km. Crichton d> Son-Gentlemen t I
?tad the ronica tor on my Peaeh Tree* hut spring
with much satisfaction. Many of my tree* are
?ia yea? old, wera diaeaaed from th . woaa,
the leave* wera yellow and tiekly. I applied a
imall ?hoy et lui of the Per ile a tor around th? baan
of eaeh tree. Ia a few weeks they produced a
riob g raen foliage, aud bora a fina crop. I am
satisfied that this manara completely destroytu
tho won?, Invigorated the trees and the growth of
K ic na os a. VA., Feb. 9 th, 1870.
Mctivt. Wm. Crichton d> Son, Jtattimon-l
used the PaaatoAToa on a piaoe of very poor
land to give the oona a start, and drilled it in
at tba rate of 60 lbs. PCB ACHE, at tho eost of one
dollar. On this lot I novar bad boen able to se?
cure a "ttand" by reason of tho "out won?," al?
though I tried salt in various ways.
OD the rows to which I applied the "PERSI
GATOR," tba corn came up "to a hill" promptly
aud grew off finely. On the remaining rows, not
moro than one-third of the planta escaped tho
worm, and those that did, war? puny in appear
If farther trials on lands infested with "Cut
Worms" shall result in securing a "avAttD" Ilka
the one referred to, I should consider it an ex?
tremely valuable, and th? oheapett remedy,
which sould be used.
6. BASSETT PRENCB,
Editor Farmtn' Oaattt?.
Pasaron. Carolina Co., Md., Feb. 18th, 1870.
' I applied the PERSIC ?TOR to SORGHUM, alter*
natlng with a fertiliser costing $58 per ton in
equal quantities. Tba growth of tba "CANE"
?bera the Pansie aroa was applied, was very su?
perior and equal to any manured with tba mora
B. F. WILLIS.
FOR 8ALB BY
Wm. Crichton & Son.
For sale by
Green, W?lson k Walsh, Agents,
Aprl 8-lm] SUMTER, 8. C.
J. E. SU ARES,
HAS ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF FUR?
NITURE, for less than can be obtained In any
Southern market, saving both freight and risk of
breakage by Railroad. With experience in this
branch of business tn the City of Charleston, for
twenty-five yoars, and ha?lng the advantages of
the bett Manufacturers, he is offering first class
work of which every artlolo sold is warranted.
The stock oonsUts of
Sofas, Side Bosrds. Book Casas, Wardrobes
Washstands,Bureaus, Cottage Setts, Whatnot?
Mahogany, Cane and Wood Seat Rock ing Chairs
Mahogany, Cane and Wood Seat 8ettlng Chairs
Trundle Bedsteads and Cottage Bedsteads
Every style Looking Glasses and Mattrasse-.
FIVE HUNDRED PAIR WINDOW SHADES
just reoelved, together with a lot of WALL PA?
PER AND BORDERING.
Main Street, opposite' Express Office.
J. E. Snares,
SHAW'S COTTON SEED HULLER.
Agents-BRODIE ft to.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
March 30_' \j
By permission of C. M. Hurst. Esq.. Probate
Judge, 1 will offer for 'nie, on Saturday, 23rd
April, ?ne COW and CALF. Also the llouiehold
and Kitchen Furniture belonging to Mr?. Mary
W. A o 1er JOH, duoeasod, at lier former residence.
All pei ?on* having alalina against Mr?. Mary
W. Auderton, will present thom, propsrly at?
tested. Thoie indobted will maka Immediate
payment to tho undor.lgned.
B. li. WILSON, Kx'or.
I. F, ALEXANDER,
DROAD STREBT, CAMDEN, 8. C.
Eve, y description of work executed with
(romptness, and In the most approved and dura
lo style. Mets of Teeth furnished al very uvd
Gen. J. Il- Kershaw, Camden, 8. O.
T. Harnell, M. B.. ? ?
L. H. Dr**, ?
J. M. Davis, B?q., " ?
Jan A g-sj
?ALL portons having claims against Ula Bs
tateofW.W. MoOutehnn, daeeased, will
M av?rent them daly proven. And atl per?
sons ladobted will plea?, make payment te
Jan 10-tf M' ? McCUT0"BN' Adm'ur.
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the constitution. A tuorvu^y'/*f^p
Purifier of the Bl^?v||
a regulator of NERVOUS fon^:^
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Health, against the encswaol^^t^
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this TONIO, also for Liver ?h,-' - :
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or a restorer of the natural pow
ers, when broken down by c?tt- V ?3
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debilitated through sedentary 4
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