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WEDNESDAY, JUMB 2?.
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tising or 8ab?orlption d?part??nU.
jg?y- oar Advertising fritada ar? reoncated to
sendln lh?ir favor? ootleUr than Monday.
$gf? The article of our esteemed cor?
respondent "Sumter," although differ
iug from our own views and the position
of the Watchman, aod Dotwithstaoding
we depreciate such discussion at thia
time, will be published in our next
Want of space, in our present
issue, prevents us from noticing some
poiuts eontainod in the artiole of]
our muoh respected correspondent,
"JuuiuB," aa well as the proceedings
sud aotion of the Reform Convention.
t&* Messrs. ADRIAN & VODERS,
popular Wholesale Grocers, of Wil?
mington, advertise some of their arriv?
als of fresh supplies in our present issue.
?? ?va? ? ? .
The warmest sympathies of our
community, were reoently exoited by the
death of Mrs, TODD, the deeply pious
and devoted companion of Mr. W. ?.
TODD, the muoh esteemed agent of the
Express at Sumter. Mrs. TODD was
truly a mother in Israel, and leaves be?
hind her an example of christian virtues
which cannot soon pass away.
St. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY.
We are indebted for an invitation to
attend the Annual Distribution of Prizes
to tho pupils of St. Joseph's Aoademy,
Sumter, to take place on the 30th inst.,
at G o'clock P. M.
Miss EMMA J>. BRITTON has removed
ber Millinery stock to the neat and
comfortable briok store recently
built by Mr. J. T. SOLOMONS,
next door to his own plaoe ol
business. We congratulate her upon a
change involving so muoh of improve?
ment. She is now botter than evor be?
fore prepared to meet the wants and
suit the tastes of the ladies. Seo her
The work of the farm and plantation
has been muoh retarded, of late, by
continued, and almost everyday rains
The grass, in some places, as a i CHU lt,
has serious hold Upon the crop. We
have beard of cotton being plowed up,
und the land put in corn, in the hope?
lessness of tho prospect ?f suoocssful
cultivation of the forr?or. The crop,
generally, does not promise Well now,
aod should the remainder Of tho season
prove unfavorable, tho aggregato product
of thc staplo in this scotion, will not
equal tho crop of last your, notwith?
standing the area of land in cultivation
The corn crop is promising, but gen?
eral apprehension prevails of a drought
in July, which would prove disastrous,
following tho present wot season.
Our cstccmod and courteous friend, C.
II. MOISE, of the Planters' Warohouse,
left at our office, yesterday morning, a
specimen of the singular variety of vege
table known as "Kohlrabi," or tur?
nip cabbage, grown in his garden at
this place. The leavos indicate a oross
(?) between thc turnip abd cabbage, and
the "head," so called, from which the
leaves spring, is about the size of an
ordinary turnip. When "tabled," we
can form a better opinion of its ed?
CALHOUN LITERARY SOCIETY
Thc Committee-Messrs. H. E
PARTRIDGE^ A. Cook SMITH, and D
C. HUMBERT-will accept our thanks
for thc very courteous invitation to at
tend tho Annual Celebration of Calhoun
Literary Socioty of Wofford College
S. C., to tako placo Tuesday evening
Juno 28. The subject of debato will
bc : "Ought the press to be without
Legal Restriction?" Affirmative, W
II. WALLACE, JNO. WOODS. Negative
W. A. RODES, J. A. GAMEWELL.
Valedictorian, J. R. ABNEY. .
PRESTON LITEIS All Y SOCIETY?
Tho annual Celebration of this
Society will take place Tuesday evening,
June 28. President, Gen. W. H. WAL
LACE, Union, 8. C. Subject of debate
"Aro Protective. Duties Beneficial."
Affimativo, L. K. CLYDE, of Greenville
and J. W. DICKSON, of Anderson.
Negativo, R. J. SUIPP, Gaston, N. C
.md J. C. WALLACE, Union, S. C
Valedictorian, W. D. KIRKLAND, Spar
tanburg, S. C. Our thanks are tendered
to tho Committee-Messrs. R. W
BARBER, J. ii. BRYCE, J. E. CARLISLE
~-for a very courteous invitation to
HEARTH AND HOME.-This paper
conducted with marked ability, and
with its practical as well as sontimenta
and natural illustrations, and its general
variety, is really an interesting publioa
lion. It seems, too, to be in a more
healthful oondition since the withdraw!
from it of Mrs. Harriet Beeober Stowe
JGh Cotton closed at New York,
?he 20th, quiet, at 21! for Middlings
White Corn, at Baltimore, samo date
?125 to $1.26.
Accepting the kiud ioviUtioQ re?
ceived, we participated ia the very
interesting ex cr ci??? st Mayes ville, on
Friday last, attendant apon tho laying
of tho Corner Stone of the Lodge
Building projected by Maycsville Lodge,
Wo regret that tho limited apace at
our command does not permit ns to give
tnoh a report as tho occasion merits.
Members of Bishopvillo, Claremont
and Sumter Lodges were present in con?
siderable numbers, and the Mason io
procession, under the marshalabip of
Dr. J. W. HUDSON, was more imposing
than any we have ever seen in this
section. Tho assemblage too, of the
citixeoi and fair ladies of that highly
intelligent and respectable and always
hospitable community, was large.
The ecremonies were oonduoted by
noting Grand Master MONTGOMERY
MOSES, with Masonic beauty, solemnity
and impressiveness. Capt. JOHN S.
RICHARDSON, the chosen orator of tho
occasion, delivered one of bis best
speeohes, the musio, lead ly Mr. H. D.
CORBETT, on the Melodeoo, was" full of
inspiration, and the luxurious and abun?
dant dinner, spread in the beautiful grove
adjacent to the residence of our venera?
ted friend, M. P. MATES, Esq. as, wo
must say, only Salem eau do suoh
things, put the whole company in fine
spirits. The occasion loaves behind it
pleasant recollections, and we beg to
express our warm appreciation of the
WESTERN METHODIST.-Wo are
mueh pleased to receive and add this
staunch Southern Christian paper to our
exohange list, lt is published at
Memphis, Tenn., and, until now, was
entitled the Memphis and Arkansas
Christian Advocate. The change of
nome became necessary, among other
reasons, in consequence of the increase
in tho number of patronizing Conferen?
ces. It is now the special organ of tho
Memphis, North Mississippi, Arkansas,
White River, Little Rook and Indian
Mission Conferences. The Western
Methodist is printed with beautiful olear
type on a fine double sheet, and is con
ducted with decided talent, editorially.
W. C. JOUNSON, Editor. R. W. Blew
& Co., Publishers. $2.50 per anuutn
in advanoe, for single copies, or to clubs
of ten or more, $2.
AUGUSTA CHRONICLE AND SENTINEL
-This is among the most valuable of
our Georgia exchanges. As a nows
and commercial paper, it has enterprise
and reliability, and our merchants and
business men generally will find it valu
able, especially as, under recently es?
tablished mail facilities, it would afford
them as late intelligence as could be
received through any other newspaper
medium, and as thcro are now indications
of some trauo springing up between
Augusta a?d Sumter. We wero recent?
ly permitted to form the acquuiutance
of some of tho Chronicle and Sentinel
staff, the remembrance- of which is
among our pleasant recollections..
THE PRINTER-JOHN G REASON,
publishor, W. D. THOMPSON, Editor, 75
Gold Street, N. Y., is truly beautiful
speoimcn of typography, or of the
printing art. Every pago and every
lino of it shines in tho boauty of its
Congress has finally disposed of tho
Cuban question, after much delny and
much discussion, by tho passage of the
following resolution :
Resolved, That tho President is hero
by authorised to remonstrate against the
barbarous manner In which tho war in
Cuba has beeb oobducted, and if ho
shall deom it expedient to solicit tho
co-operation of this or other Govern.
monta in such measures as he may deem
necessary to secure from both contend?
ing parties an obsorvrnoo of the laws of
war recognized by all civilized nations.
[From the Carolina Spartan.]
Thc Exhibition in d?clamation by
members of tho Sophomore Class, in the
College Chapel on Tuesday night, 17th
inst., was well attonded. lt must have
been quito encouraging to the speakers
to see so good au audience, and accord?
ingly tho elocution of tho hour indica?
ted that the young orators woro in a
suitable frame of mind for tho exercises.
In regard to tho performances there
seems to be butene opinion, which is
sufficiently flattering to tho young gen?
tlemen. All present appeared to be
highly pleased, and wo think tho de?
monstrations of applaufco were not empty
and meaningless, but exhibitions of meri?
ted praise, We will only say in con?
elusion that if Junior means any moro
than Sophomoro in tho publio acclama?
tions of the month, oomething in the
superlative may be expected on tho
night of tho 27th. j
The following is a list of tho speak ore
and their subjects.
1 "Tho Greatness of tho Human
Mind."-Jas. W. Diokson, Anderson,
2 "Address in bohalf of the Crooks."
-William H. Folk, Edgefield, S. C.
8 "Tho Exeoution of Montrose."
Loonard K. Clyde, Greenville, S. C.
4 "Cicero against Vorros."-France
A. Gilbert, Sumtor, S. C.
5 "Lafayette."-Lawson B. Haynes,
Spartanbnrg, S. C.
6 "The Quarrel of Brutus and Cassi?
us."-James* M. Gee, Union S. C.,
Frank L. Porter, Austin, Texas.
7 "Tho Earth happily adapted to tho
nature of Man."-A. Coke Smith, Sum?
ter, 8. 0.
8"SparUoa* io the Gladiators at
Capua. -Charles F. Smith, Spartan
burg, 8. 0.
$ ?Til? Bailor Boy's Dreatn.'M?
Cbarlca Woods, Darlington, 8..CV ) )
ow tum " .
South Carolina Monument Association
COLUMBIA, Bo. Ca., 20th May, 1870.
litport Second Quarter- Granville, amount
received, 980,00 ; Beaufort, $29.86 ; EdgeQeld,
.10,25; Kershaw, $194,30; Clarendon, $?0,00;
Korry, $83,99; Riobland, $111,89 ; Orangoburg,
$100,00 ; Newberry, $72.8? ; Anderaon, $76,00 ;
Union, $20,76 ; Chesterfield, $76,00; Fairfield,
$42,60; Pendleton, $50,00; York, $86,00 ;
Charier too, $787,00 ; South Carolinians in
Baltimore, $6,90 ; South Carolinian! ia New
York, $110,00. Total $1,791,04. Receipt! first
Total, 20th Hay, $2,809,04.
The ladies' of tbe Committee for Sumter were
heard from too late to report te the last meeting.
The report wlU be uade to the meeting to be
heit* in Auguit next
"DO WHAT YOU *WTLL, SAY WHAT YOU
PLEASE," but if yeu want the best and mott
palatable Tonio and appotiier, take SUMTER
Within the past year, fifty thousand boxes of
DR. TUTT'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS
hare been sold, and not a singio instanoo is
known where they have failed to give satisfac?
tion. If you would enjoy lifo, havo a fine
appetite and robust health, use those pills.
It would scarcely be correct to affirm, that
modern times do not produce as many spelmens
of physical hardihood and stronglh, as more re-,
mote and less civilliod periods ; although we
havo, perhaps, many more persons of feeblo
constitution. Owing lo improvements in m?di?
cal science, and modos of life, thousands aro now
reared (who would huve sunk undor the rigorous
system of former years) by using the justly cel?
ebrated ?Old Carolina Bitters."
Skvo youl children from misery by using
Wlnemau's Worm Candy I
??f The many friends of Mr. THOMAS HAIR
respeotlulty announce him as an independent
.candidate for a scat in tho Legislature from
Sumter County, and solioit for him tho support
April 13, 1870.
OIJK IOANVPA01VR1NO INTERESTS.
Tho manufacturers of tho North havo askod for
and obtained the assistanco of tho National Gov?
ernment until they havo becomo a burdon to the
people at large, and the tax paid by the United
States for tho support of tbeso manufacturers is
equal to all tho other taxes put togethor. Let
our manufaoturors make goo JJ of botter quality,
and at lowor prices, than othor manufacture^
and they can defy competition without Govern?
ment he'p. This, at least, is tho plan of Mr. P. P.
Tonio, of Charleston, S. C., tho largest and most
successful manufacturer of doors, sashes, blinds
and mouldings in tho Southern States.
Tho Groat Family Medicino of tho Ago.
nave elapsed since tho introduction of tho Pain
Killer to the publio, and yotat tho present time
it is moro popular and commands a larger sale
than everboforo. Its popularity is not confined
to this country alono ; nil over tho world ita bon*
c fie ?ul effect* in curing tho ''ills that flesh is heir
to," are acknowledged and appreciated, aud as a
PAIN KILLER its fumo is limit cd to no country,
sect nor race. It nerds only to bo known tobo
THIRTY YEARS is certainly a long onougli timo
to prove tho efDcaoy of any medicine, aud that
the PAIN KiLLKR is doscrving of all its proprietors
claim for it, is amply proved by tho unpnrulollod
popularity it has attained. It is a SURE and EF?
FECTIVE roraedy. Sold by all Druggists. Price
26 cts., 50 ots.,and $1 por bottle
Directions accompany each bottle.
KOS KOO !
Prepared by Dr. J. J. Lawronco, tho celebrated
p YSICIAN and CUKM'ST, Norfolk, Va., is a SAP ',
PLEASANT and RELIADLE romcdy for ALL Jijeases
CA us un by
TORPIDITY OF THE LIVER,
IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD,
DISORDERS OF THE URINARY ORGANS,
DERANGEMENTS OF TUB NERVOUS
It PURIFIES and xNRicnBS the DLOOD, RES
TORRS the LIVER and KIDNEYS to a healthy
ACTION, AIDS DIOBSTIOX, REGULATES tho D0WEL8,
and INVIGORATES tho NERVOUS SYSTEM.
It ts NOT a Paton t Modioine.
FORMULA around each bottlo.
ENDORSED ly the beet Phytieian*.
Tho MOST POPULAR Medicine in ute.
DR. .LAWRRNCK is constantly in receipt of
I GRATEFUL let tors and TESTIMONIALS Of REMARKA
I BLE CURES porformed by KOSKOO.
All lotlors answored and advico given-FREE.
KOSKOO for salo by Druggists evorywhoro at
OMR DOLLAR PER DOTTLE. For eulo by
J. F. W. DeLormo,
July 28-ly Sumtor, S. C,
TUB LIVING MACHINE*
Injuro tho main spring of A watoh and cvory
I portion of tho works becomo disordered. Tho
human stomach is to the human systom what that
elastio piooo of mot ul is to a chronometer. It i n flu
onces the action of tho othor organs, and controls
i to a certain oxtont, the whole living machine.
Tho comparison muy bo earriod furthor : for n?
tho weakness or othor imperfootioas of tho malu
spring is indicated on tho faco of the limo picco
so also is tho weakness or otb r disorder of tho
stomaoh botrayed by tho faco of tho invalid. The
complexion is sallow or fudod, tho eyes aro de?
ficient in lustro and intelligence, ond thoro isa
worn, anxious expression in the wbolo counto
naneo which tells us plainly as written words
could do, that iho greatuourithfiig organ whoso
offico it is to minister to tho wants of tho body
and to sustain and renew all its parti, is not per?
forming its duty. It requires renovating and
regulating, and to accomplish this end Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters mn y bo truoly said to be1
the one thing necdjul. The brokon main spring
of a watoh may bo replaood by a new ouo, but
the stomaoh can only boaropaircd and strength?
ened, ont) this is ono of the ubjects of tho famous
vegetable rostorativo which for olghtocn years
bas boon waging a successful contost with dys?
pepsia in all olimates. As a spooifio for indi?
gestion it stands alone. When tho resources of
tho pharmacopoeia have beonoxbauilod, without
at best, doing more than mitigating the com?
plaint, a course of this wholesome and palatable,
yet powerful, stomaehlo effeets a perfoot and por
manent eure. In all oasec of dyspepsia the liver
ls more or less disordered, and upon the impor?
tant gland, as well as upon the stomaoh and
bowles, the Bitters aol with singular distinotness
regulating and reinvigorating every secretive
and assimilating organ on whioh bodily and
mental health depend.
Correct wskly b? A.V.ltA t?&MAN, \
i^irr/iVb/S? Broad Strtet*
?-v JUBB . if rn:.. . ?
8TAVB SMcoamaa-S**tb Carolin?, old, 00?
SO; do otw, - ?80; ?W, regisfd stock, ex int
CiTr-Srcoartias-Aegnata, Ga..Bond?, - A
Mt Charleston, 0. 0. Stock, (? qr int) - Awi
do, Firo Loon Booie,*-?73j Columbia, B. O
Bond?, -@70. . ,
BAILBOAD DOWD?-Bl?e Ridge,' (first aprtaeje)
-@60; Charleston and Savannah, -- ?70
Cb?rlott?, Columbi? and August?, ~@ 87,;
Charawaad. Darlington, -83 ; Greeuriil. and
Columbia, (lat muri; - @80j do, (State guar?
an toe) 74?-; Nrrtheaalern, - @?0 ; Savan
nah iiuu Charleston, (lit mort) -80; do, (State
guarantee) -?7i; Sooth Carolina, -@?8j do,
73; Spartanborg and Union, -@60.
RAlLnoJU 8 roc KS - Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta,-($46; Greenville and Columbia, -
@2 ; Northeastern, (??10; Savannah and Charles?
ton, -(936; South Carolina, (whole shares)
-(3)42 ; do, (halfdo) - ?a?.
~ Ex cn A ?toa, Ac-New York Sight, fob* P*r;|
Cold, 112? 114; Silver, 101? 108.
S DOTH CAROLINA BA. MK BILLS.
?Bank of Charleston.
?Bank of Newberry........
Bank of Camden.60(a)-j
Bank of Georgetown..........-@7
Bank of Sooth Carolina.30?
Bank of Cheater......~t.8@
Bank of Hamburg-.*.10?
Bank of But? of 8* C. prior to 1881.63?
Bank of State of S. 0. lean? 1801 and 1802 42?
.l'lautora' and Mechanics'Bs nk of Churlos-?
*Pooplo's Bank of Charleston..??.,
?Union Bank of Charleston.
.Southnoitoru R R Bank of Charleston, - @
.Southwestern R R Bank of Charleston, - (
Farmers' and Exchange Bank of Charles-(
Exohange Bank of Colombia.
Merchants' Bank of Cheraw. &(
Plantera'Bank of Fairfield.<(_
Slat? of Sooth Caroliua Bille Receivable...par.
City of Charleston Chango Bills.par.
?Billa markod thus ( *) aro being redeemed at
the Bank Counters of each.
Tbis Corf ot is constructed on an cn th ely new
principio, being open, nnd thereby allowing the
freest circulation possiblo, besides giving perfect
?aso nnd comfort to the wearer, and at the same
timo possossing all tho advantages of tho com.
mon Corsets in giving support to the body.
For Hoalth, Qrace and Comfort, they uro un
rivalled In the markot. They aro particularly
recommended for summer wear, and wururoli
tnat08, although equally woll adapted to all sea?
sons of tho year. They aro highly recommended
by medical and aciontifio men. For salo by all
first olass dealers. For circulars, prices, oto.,
address tho WORCESTER "SKIRT CO., Wor?
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A MODEL HOUSE.
Being a cripplo, I hove made house planning a
special study. Oro built last season has proved
a model of oonvenienco, beauty, and economy.
Descriptive circulara of Pinna, Views, etc.. with
general Information of value to all, sent free.
Address (with stamp or script if convenient)
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York P. 0.
All women know that it is hoauty, rather than
genius, which all generations of mon havo wor?
shipped in tho sex. Can it bo wondored at,
then, that so much of woman's timo and atten?
tion should bo diroctod to tbo moans of develop?
ing and preserving th ut beauty ! Women, know,
too, thal when mon speak of tho intolloot of
women,'they speak critically, tamely, coolly ;
but whoa they como tospoak of tho charms of a
boautiful womon, tboir langnngo and their eyes
kindle with an enthusiasm whioh shows thom
to bo profoundly, if not, .indeed, ridiculously in
earnest. It is part of tho natural sagacity of
womon to pcrccivo all this, and theroforo employ
ovcry allowable art U> become tho goddess of that
adoration. Preach to tho contrary, as wo may
against the arts cmplojed by womon for enhanc?
ing tboir beauty, thoro still stands tho etornal
fact, (bat tho world doos not prefor the sooiety
ofnn ugly woman of gonius to that of a boauty
of less intulloutual aoquiromonts. Tho world bas
yot allowed nu higher mission to womon than tu
be beautiful, and it would seem that tho Indios of
of tho prosont age aro oarrying this idoa of tho
world to greater extremes than ever, for oil wo?
men now to whom nature has denied tho (alaman
ie power cf beauty, supply tho deficiency by thc
uso ol a most delightful toilet arliolo, known ns
tho "Bloom of Youth," which has bcon lately
Introduced into this country by GEQ?IOB W.
LA I un, a delicate beautifier, which smooths, oui
all indentations, furrows, scars, removing tan,
freckles, and discolorations from tho skin, leay
ng tbo complexion oloar, brilliant, and beautiful
tho skin soft and smooth. With the assistance ol
this now American trick of a Lady's tollotto, fe
malo boauty is dostinod to play a larger patt ir
the admiration of men and tho ambition of womor
than nil tho arts employed since hor creation
Prof. C. F. Chandlor, Chemist to tho Metr?poli
tan Board of Health, has recently prepared c
chemical analysis of this delightful toilot proper
ration,Ind reported that tho "Bloom of Youth,'
was harmless, containing nothing injurious to th?
honlth. Ladios nood have no fear of using this
Invaluable toilet acquisition.
Sold by ?very druggist and faney goods doalor lu
tho United Seato?.
_ Depot, 8 Poid Street New York.
THE UNDERSIGNED have thia day formed
a Copartnership in the praotloo of La*
under tho name of RICHARDSON A SON
Office on Main Street in the Town of Sumter.
J. 8. G. RICHARDSON,
Maj 9th 187?. '
For the Season.
Genuine Durham Smok
S Jng. Tobacco,
DIRECT FROM FAQTORy.
GO?D BRO WH SUGAR,
12| Otota. per pound.
rtJRE CIDER VINEGAR.
FRENCH WHITE WINE VINEGAR.
PICKLES, in pints, quarts
and half gallons.
Sauces, ^Olives, Olive Oil,
Mustard and Spices,
Tomatoes and Green Corn, in
Peaches, Pine Apples, Straw?
berries, Cherries and Quin?
ces, in cans,
Brandy Peaches, Jellies,
SiCLP SEALING JARS.
French Cordials, assorted,
Wines and Liquors of all kinds
Lemon, Strawberry and
Pine Apple Syrups.
Cocoa, Gelatine, Condensed Milk
Raisins, Almonds, Cur?
rants and Citron.
Candy and Confectionery,
Of all kinds, at prices suitable to
Prime Butter, Just Re?
A FINE STOCK OF
Boots & Shoes,
Harness and Leather,
Carriage and Waggon Ware,
Glass and Putty,
TOBACCO ANO SEGARS.
ALL OF THE ABOVE ARE
OFFERED FOR SALE
Fair Reasonable Prices,
AND AS LOW AS ANY
HOUSE IN SUMTER OR ANY
OTHER INLAND TOWN IN
CHAS. H, MOISE & CO.,
Sumter, S. C.
Maiu-at. imder Samter Hotel,
. P. t ? BI ?? ci,
iii t.; ?>?? WtoW -- ?
Mesara King 4 Happman,
?AtTIMOHB, ?. ?.
Would respectfully solicit tho patron ag? of his
friends axd the publie.
UK 0AS IN STORK A COMPLET?
Stock of Hardware and
embracing ovary article lo thia Hoe or business,
whlab ha intend? to sall at tho
"LOCKST Flt ICES, FOB CASH,
Bo wilt koop always la store, ? complote assort
Collin's Ate?, Aroe?'Sliorels and Spades,
Tra oe Chain?, lloat,
Rakoa, Piteh Fork?,
Grain Cradle?, Scythe Blades,
Guano Soi vc?,
Pocket and Tabla Cutlery,
Brat? Preserving Kettles,
Tin Ware, Window Olaf?-all lia??.
Persons la waa! of th? most oonvealont and
economical Blores, aaa bo supplied with tho
latest improved pattorna at prices wblcb oannot
fall to gtvo en tiro satisfaction.
Fate & Taylor
HAVE RECEIVED A
BOUGHT IN NEW YORK BY ONE OF THE
FIRM AT TUE RECENT DECLINE.
THOSE DESIRING TO PURCHASE
RESH AND CHEAP
HAD BEST GIVE THEM A CALL.
They aro preparod to servo all in tho boat
manner, and respectfully solicit a contlnuanco of |
the favors hortoforo so liberally bost.wed.
March 28 *_
OPENING OF THE
LATEST STYLES OF
Millinery and Faney Goods.
MRS. M. J. ZERNOW,
SUMTER, S. C.,
having reoontly returned from
New York, announces .to her
friends and the public of Sumter,
and the adjoining counties, that
sho has opened at tho abovo es?
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
Inoludlng all the LATEST PARISIAN
Satisfaction guaranteed as.to the price and
quality of Gooda purchased at this establishment
Orders from rh? country will re?oive
April 30__^ _
BOOTS 5 SHOES,
MADE TO ORDER.
LTHE SUBSCRIBERS HAV-aJtf
ing romovod from Manning, JLft?
and located themselves ?a >flr
SUMTE Lt, S. C. W
(nt tho Old Tolograph offico,) \
CORNER MAIN & DUGAN STS., |
aro prepared to furnish BOOT6 and SHOES of
their own manufacture on abort notice.
They guarnnteo satisfaction in ovory respect,
and from their long experience In the business,
I feel assured -thut thoso who once patronize them
rill not fail to call again.
Ordora solicited, which will bo filled with
promptness, and in workmanlike manner.
of ovory description on bond and for salo low.
Z@F Terms strictly Cash.
Bultman & Wells,
Sumter Book Store.
Wild Life under ihe Equator, by DuChuillu.
Stories of the Gorilla Country " .'
Curiosities of Literature, by Dclsrnolll.
Lothuin, DoL molli's last now novel.
Tennyson'* Complote Poems, neat edition,
at fl. 25.
E. A. Poo'a Completo Works.
The Southorn Gardner, by W. N. White.
Gardening for profit, " Henderson.
Fro?byterinn, Methodist and Baptist Hymn
Com inercia I Nold Paper, nt 10 ?fr 15 ota pr qr.
Fools Cap Paper, at 15 ola "
Envelopos ot & eta pr bunch.
English Quills, Steel l'en J, Ink, Sealing Wax,
Red Tn po, otc
A. WHITE A CO.
Bottoms' Horse Power.
FOR GINNING, THRESHING
AND PLANTATION MILLS.
THIS Laborsaving M noli inc is being
put up by Mr. W. S. Hcucrcy, at
Charleston. Thoso wishing to purchuso
can pond their ordora to W. S. Honcrcy,
Founder and Machinist, Charleston,
and their orders will bo promptly lilied.
Herc ia an opportunity to save half tho
number of mules, und do twice thc
work. Price 125 dollars.
A. A. ALLEN, .\gont.
" MUSIC LESSON<.
Vocal and Instrumental.
The undersigned having taken his rosideuce ai
Sumter, will givo lessons in Singing and en tbe
PIANO and VIOLIN. Ho will likowlso give in
simulions in FRENCH, GERM AN and ARITH.
TUNING OF PIANOS ATTENDED TO.
For further particulars, apply to him st hts
rcsldonoe in Harvin Struct.
II. C. M. KOrFF.
W. J. WICKS, First Vice.Prcal dent.
W. F. It OY LB, Seem ta ry.
? definite raab surrender raine Ia guaranlcod
tam. which amount will, at tho option of tho polk;
bia policy, or loaned te- blin at rix per cent, in tere;
lng bia policy la force for the full amount.
With auOolont capital for entire security, n<
tages to the Carolina.
All ita profits are divided among tts polio? ho
Ko resiriotiona on travel or residence in Ibo U
All policies noa forfeitabla after aocoud jour.
AU loties paid promptly in cash.
GENERAL STATE il
Toilet and Fancy Articles.
A. ANDERSON & CO..
Apothecaries and Chemists,
SUMTER, S. C.
Are receiving constantly a full supply of Pure
Drugs and Chemicals, nud n well selected stool
of Fancy Articles and Perfumery.
A groat variety of Toilot Soaps,
Extracts for tho Handkerchief,
Fine Colognes, Foreign and Domcstio,
Surgical Instruments, Trussob, Ac.
All Medicines warraatod genuine and of the
vory host quality.
PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS, Carefully
oompoundod night or day. To be found at night
at tho residonce of Mr, Anderson on Maln St.
A. ANDERSON, - A. J. CHINA, M. D
HAVING REMOVED to Corner of Main
and Republican Strcoto, and thoroughly
revised and ronorated my Stock, I can offer to
my customers and tho pnblie generully, as fine
AN ASSORTMENT OF WELL SELECTED
As can be found in this market.
Comprising moat of the popular
Fhllotoken or Female Friend?
Mystic or Female Regulator,
Jay no's Pills,
Avor'e Cherry Poctoral,
Wiatar'a DaUnia Wild Cherry,
Hciubold's E: tract Uuchu,
Simmons' Liver luvigorator,
Sundford'e Livor Invigoruior,
Hall's Hair Renewer,
Stafford's Olivo Tar for colds, coughs and
Mrs. Winslow'? Soothing Syrup,
Russell's Soothing Cordial, without ano?
Holloway's, Van Damon's and Hurley's
Worm Candy, with all the^Vorniifugcs.
A complota assortmont of
PERFUMERY, TOOTH BRUSHES AND
A choico article of COLOGNE, of our own mnnu
fnoturo, which wu can soil cbonp-with ell other
ai ticlos which should bo found in a
Well Regulated Drug Store.
Jan 20-tf_J. F. W. Dr.I.OKME.
AND FISH, in great variety,
ORANGES and LEMONS.
Flour, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, Bacon
Cutsupn, Pepper Sauce,
ko., Sic, &c.
Almond) and Kuisius,
Fine Segara mid Tobacco.
Bolted Meal and Grist?
FRESH FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Rocoivod every week, ut
Under the Photographie Gallery
The State of South Carolina,
Hy C. M. Hunt, Judge of thc Court of\
Probate for said County.
WHEHEAS A?exandt-r Dnrltf Ima applied
to mo (ur Letters ?if Admin isl rut tun, with
will annexed, on all nod singular tho good* and
chattels, rights and credits ol' O/.i.is Matins,
doceaHcd, of said County.
These aro therefore to cito and admonish nil
and singular, thc kindred aud erctlitors of (hu
tn' I docoascd, to ho nnd appenr before mo, at our
next Court ot' Probate for tho s lld County, tn bo
h ol .lon at Sumter Court House, on tho 241 h day of
June, to ahow cativo, if any, why tho raid
administration should not bo granted,
(liven under my Hand nnd Seal of offW, this
9th day of Juno, in tho your of o ir Lord,
one thousand eight hundred and savon* /, and in
the tilth your of Araoricau Indopnmlot,cn.
C. II. HURST,
June 8- 2i] Judge nf thu Court of Probate
LORSCn'S PATENT INT EUCH A N A li I,E
Quid, Silver, Steel un i Rubhor Frames.
Poriscopic, Con vi x and Concave Louses.
Cataract mid Coloi?? Leuso?, nf nil Shades.
Mareh 9 O- T. MASON.
?..?." *' ?Air?*
i fa ?!.?. . t -..T'
J. T. PETTI LL. Seo?nd Vice President..
J. II. EDMONDSON, (foncral Agcul.
en ?ll polloles lapsed fc? non- payment, of proof
r bolder, be paid him In rash ou tbo surrender of
it to pay bis futoro premiums, thereby eotitinu
3 Lifo Insurance Company oifers superior adran?
Morn, in dlvldonds, on the contribution plan,
ulled States, Canada or Europe.
LGENT, COLUMBIA, S. C.
ISAAC A. M'KAGEN, i
rpiiE ADVERTISER DECS TO* CALL AT
X TENTION TO HI* STOCK OF THE REST J
C ll E M I CALS, \
PATENT MEDICINES, 4
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
PERFUMERY, SOAPS, TOILET POWDER
Puff Boxes and Puffs,
Shaving Cream and Brusbos,
Tooth and Nail Brushes,
_All at Melt A OE N'S.
PREPARED CAREFULLY AT ALL HOURS,
By L A. McKAQEN.
WHISKEY and WINKS,
_Sold at MoKAOEN'S. ?
Nutmegs and Popper.
At Melt Au EN'S Drugstore.
KEROSINE OIL, Lamps, Humor?, Chimney
Wicka, Ac,_At McKAQKN'S.
LARGE and FRESH SUPPLY OF
For aale hy McKAGEN.
A FINE SEGAR
CAN BE HAD
Fob 1 6_At. MoKAOEN'S.
D. J. WINN, Agent,
Now has in Store a Largo und Careful?
ly select cd Stock of
Spring and Summer Goods,
WHICH HE GUARANTEES AS REPUE
SENTED, SUCH AS
CLOTHING-Fine, Medium nu.I Common,
Cloths uud Cassimoroit,
Gloves and Cravats,
Fino Lot Tweeds,
Brown Linens, Ac
which ho pledges himself t<> tell toner limn ?my
other umistfn town fur cash.
THE ONLY STRICTLY \
?roecry ?nd Liquor House
'p ll E i: N D E H S lil NED, begs leave lo .
i etil ihn attoiiilon of Iiis fi leuda and tho
public generally lo Ids
NEW AND V'VA.h HhKCTMI)
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Which ho offers low for CASU ONLY.
^??I? All arlloles warranted as recommended
y?. v Puro Medicinal Liquors kept coiiMnhtl)
J. ll. EBEUI.VRT.v
April 13 if
il ES SK TI10M1MO.V,
Attorney and Counselor at Law*-'
SUMTER, S..C. *
SUhh rUACTICIC it, nil Hid
Couria of the Third Judlihil (MrV-hlf, n"*o. in'il u
SuproiiiC Com i al Clim lesion nud Cullimbin,
May ho cmoHrWil ..i pVoie. ; iii "S?ibl?i Wulcit?
Ap !l ?7