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"WEDNESDAY. JUNE 22.
TV. Y.jAXTON - -_BU8INE88 MAHA8IB.
~~~t?r All TnoltMl Adr.rtliemeoU, ?ad ill
job Work mu?l b* paid for ia cash. TbU will
b?ot??rv?4 without dUtlnotioD. Subscriptions
?r? ?lio parable ia ad ranee.
Applieatlooa for Job Work will ba wade,
?t the o See, to Tao?. B. FLO-/aaa.
Tb? WAToaMA? booka ar? io tb? keeping of W.
Y. PAXTO?, who will rwlptfor mool?? du. and
attend to all matter* eoon?et?d wita to? Aav?r*
tiling OT Buh-clplion department!.
JesT- Oar AdrertUlog friends aro roanisUd to
sendln their favors ootlafr than Monday.
<S=MkV* The article of our esteemed cor
respondent "Sumter," although differ?
ing from our own views ?od the position
of the Watchman, and notwithstandiog
we depreciate such discussion at thia
time, will be published in our next
?-sj_ Want of space, in our present
issue, prevent? us from notioing some
points contained io the artiole of
our muoh respected correspondent,
"Juuius," as well as the proceedings
sud aotion of the Reform Convention.
KT Messrs. ADM AN & VOLEBS,
popular Wholesale Grocers, of Wil?
mington, advertise some of their arriv?
als of fresh supplies in our present issue.
BiSu The warmest sympathies of our
community, were reoently exoited by the
death of Mrs. TODD, the deeply pious
and devoted companion of Mr. W. A.
TODD, the muoh osteemcd agent of the
Express at Sumter. Mrs. TODD was
truly a mother io 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 Prices
to tho pupils of St. Joseph's Academy,
Sumter, to take place on the 80th inst.,
at G o'clock P. M.
ME .HO VAL..
Miss EMMA D. BRITTON has romoved
her Millinery atocle to the neat and
comfortable briek store reoently
built by Mr. J. T. SOLOMONS,
next door to his own plaoe of I
business. Wo congratulate her upon a
chango involving so muoh of improve?
ment. She is now better 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 much retarded, of late, by
continued, and almost every-day rains
The grass, in some places, as a ?csult,
has serious hold Upon the crop. We
have heard of cotton being plowed up,
uud the land put in oom, in the hope?
lessness of tho prospect bf successful
cultivation of tho for iii or. The crop,
gonerally, docs not promise Well now,
aud should the remainder of tho season
prove un favorable, tho aggregate product
of thc staple in this section, will not
equal tho crop of last yoar, notwith?
standing thc aroa of land in cultivation
The corn crop is promising, but gen?
eral apprehension prevails of a drought
in July, which would prove disastrous,
following the presont wet season.
Our esteemed and courteous friend, C.
If. MOISE, of the Planters' Warehouse,
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 placo. The leaves indicate a cross
(?) between tho turnip abd oabbage, 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 the Annual Celebration of Calhoun
Literary Socioty of Wofford College,
S. C., to take place Tuesday evening
Juno 28. The subject of debate will
be : "Ought the press to be without
Legal Restriction ?" Affirmative, W.
II. WALLACE, JNO. WOODS. Negative,
W. A. ROGES, J. A. GAMEWELL.
Valedictorian, J. R. ABNEY. .
PRESTON LITERARY SOCIETY
Tho annual Celebration of this
Society will take place Tuesday evening,
Juno 28. President, Gon. W. H. WAL?
LACE, Union, S. C. Subject of debate :
"Arc Protcotivo Duties Beneficial."
Afnmativo, L. K. CLYDE, of Greonvilie
and J. W. DICKSON, of Anderson.
Negativo, R. J. Suirr, Gaston, N. C.,
md J. C. WALLACE, Union, S. C.
Valedictorian, W. D. KIRKLAND, Spar
tanburg, S. C. Our thanks are tondered
to tho Committee-Messrs. R. W.
BARBER, J. II. BRYCE, J. E. CARLISLE
--for a very courteous invitation to be
HEARTU AND HOME.-This paper is
conducted with marked ability, and.
with its practical as woll as sentimental
and natural illustrations, and ita general
variety, is really an interesting publica?
tion. It seems, too, to be in a moro
healthful condition since the withdrawl
from it of Mrs. Harriet Becchor Stowe.
Cotton closed at New York, oh
tho 20th, quiet, at 21* for Middlings.
White Corn, at Baltimore, samo date,
?125 to $1.26.
Accepting ibo kind invitation re?
ceived, we participated io thc very
ioterestiog exercise* at MayesvHle, OD
Friday last, atteodaut upon the laying
of the Corner Stone of the Lodge
Building projected bj May cz ville Lodge,
We regret that the limited space at
our command does not permit oe to give
such a report aa the occasion merits.
Members of Biehopvillc, Claremont
and Sumter Lodges were present io con?
siderable numbers, and the Masooio
procession, under the marsbalsbip of
Dr. J. W. HUDSON, was more imposing
than any we hare ever seen in this
seetioo. The assemblage too, of the
oitisens and fair ladies of that highly
intelligent and respectable and always
hospitable community, was large.
The ceremonies were conducted by
aoting Grand Master MONTGOMERY
MOSES, with Masooio beauty, solemnity
and impressiveness. Capt. JOHN S.
RICHARDSON, the chosen orator of tho
ocoasion, delivered one of his best
speeches, the musio, lead by Mr. II. D.
CORBETT, on the Melodeon, was* full of
inspiration, and the luxurious and abun?
dant di un cr, spread in the beautiful grove
adjacent to the residence of our venera?
ted friend, M. P. MAYES, Esq. as, we
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.-We are
muoh pleased to receive and add this
staunch Southorn Christian paper to our
exchange list. It is published at
Memphis, Tenn., and, until now, was
entitled the Memphis and Arkansas
Christian Advocate. The change of
name 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 Rock and Indian
Mission Conferences. The Western
Methodist is printed with beautiful clear
type on a fine double sheet, and is con
ducted with decided talent, editorially.
W. C. JOHNSON, Editor. R. W. Blew
& Co., Publishers. $2.50 per annum
in advanoe, for single copies, or to clubs
of ton or more, $2.
AUGUSTA CHRONICLE AND SENTINEL
-This is among the most valuable cf
our Georgia exchanges. As a news
and commercial paper, it hus enterprise
aud reliability, and our merchants and
business men generally will find ii 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 thero are now indications
of some trauo springing up between
Augusta and Sumter. We wero recent?
ly permitted to form the ncquuiutance
of some of tho Chronicle and Sentinel
staff, the remembrance of which is
among our pleasant recollections..
THE PRINTER-JOHN GREA?ON,
publishor, W. D. THOMPSON, Editor, 75
Gold Street, N. Y., is truly beautiful
specimen of typography, or of the
printing art. Every page and every
line of it shines in the boauty of its
Congress has finally disposed of tho
Cuban question, after much delay and
much discussion, by tho passage of the
following resolution :
Resolved, That tho President is hero
by authorized to remonstrate against the
barbarous manner iii whioh tho war in
Cuba has been conducted, and if ho
shall deem it expedient to solicit tho
co operation of this or other Govern.
monta in such mcasuros as he may doom
necessary to scours from both contend?
ing parties an obsorvrooo of the laws of
war recognized by all civilized nations.
[From th? Carolina Spartan.]
Thc Exhibition iii declamation by
mombers of tho Sophomore Class, in the
College Chapel on Tuesday night, 17th
inst., was well attonded. It must have
been quite encouraging to the speakers
to see so good an audicnoo, ar.d accord?
ingly tho elocution of tho hour indica?
ted that the young orators wcro in a
suitable framo of mind for tho exercises.
In regard to thc performances thcro
seems to bo but ono opinion, which is
suffi cien tl y flattering to tho young gen?
tlemen. All present appeared to bc
highly pleased, and wo think tho de?
monstrations of appluufco were not empty
and meaningless, but exhibitions of meri?
ted praise. We will only say in con?
clusion that if Junior means any moro
than Sophomoro in tho public declama?
tions of the month, something in thc
superlative may be expootcd on tho
night of tho 27th.
The following is a list of tho speaker?
and their subjects.
1 "Tho Greatness of the Human
Mind."-Jas. W. Dickson, Anderson,
2 "Address in bohalf of tho Greeks."
-William II. Polk, Edgefiold, S. C.
8 "Tho Exeoution of Montrose."
Loonard K. Clyde, Greenville, S. C.
4 "Cicero against Vcrros."-Frank
A. Gilbert, Sumtor, S. 0.
6 "Lafayette."-Lawson B. Haynes,
Spartanburg, S. C.
6 "The Quarrel of Brutus and Cassi?
us."-James* M. Gee, Union 8. C.,
Frank L. Porter, Austin, Texas.
7 "The Earth happily adapted to tho
nature of Man."-A. Coke Smith, Sum?
ter, S. C.
8"SpartMM? io the .Gladiators at
Capua.-Charles F. Smith, Spartan
burg, 8. 0.
$ "The 8ailor Boy's Dreatn.'M.
Cbatlca NYoods, Darlington, 8. 0V? ) J
. ?JT tun " . AVJ
South Carolina Mo au me nt Association
COLUMBIA, SO. Ca., 20th Moy, 1870.
Report Steomd Quart?r-Gronvillo, ?mount
received, $80,00 ; Beaufort, $29,36 j Bdgcfield,
$16,25; Kershaw, $104,30; Clarendon, $49,00;
Horry, $58,00; BJohUnd, $111,50 ; Or ?Dieburg,
$100,00 ; Newberry, $72.85 ; Anderoon, $75,00 ;
Union, $20,75 ; CheaterBeld, $76,00; Fairfield,
$42,60; Pendleton, $50,00; York, $86,00;
Charleston, $737,00 ; Sooth Carolinians in
Baltimore, $6,0*0 ; South Carolinians In New
York, $110,00. Total $1,701,64. Receipts first
Total, 20th May, $2,300,44.
Tho ladles' of tho Committee for Sumter wore
heard from too lato to report to tho last meeting.
The report will bo made to the meeting to bo
belt* in August next
"DO WHAT YOU*WILL, SAY VTHAT YOU
PLEASE," but if you want tho best and most
palatable Tonio and appotiser, take SUMTER
- UNPRECEDENTED 817CCBSS.
Wilbin the past year, fifty thousand boxes of
DR. TUTT'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS
bare been sold, and not a singlo instunoo is
known where they bare failed to giro satisfac?
tion. If you would enjoy lifo, hare a fine
appetite and robust hoaltb, uso these pills.
It would scarcely bo correct to affirm, that
modern times do not produce as many spelmens
of physical hardihood nnd strong th, as morare-,
moto and less clviliiod periods ; although we
hare, perhaps, many moro parsons of feeblo
constitution. Owing lo Improvements tn medi?
cal science, and modos of lifo, thousands aro now
reared (who would huve sunk undor tho rigorous
system of former years) by using the justly cel?
ebrated ?Old Carolina Bitters."
Savo your children from misery by using
Winoman's Worm Candy I
?gf Tho many friends of Mr. THOMAS HAIR
respectfully ^nnounco him as an independent
candidate for a soot in tho Legislature from
Sumter County, and solicit for bim tho support
April 13, 1870.
OUR miNUFAOlVRING INTERESTS.
Tho manufacturers of tho North have askod for
and obtalued the assistance of tho National Gov?
ernment until they have bocomo a burdon to the
people at large, and the tax paid by the United
States for tho support of theso manufacturera is
equal to all tho other taxes put togethor. Let
onr manufacturers make goods of botter quality,
and at lower prices, than otbor manufacturers,
and they can defy competition without Govern*
mont help. This, at least, ia the plan of Mr. P. P.
Toale, of Charleston, S. C., tho largest and most
successful manufacturer of doors, sashes, blinds
and mouldings in tho Southern States.
Tho Great Family Medicino of tho Ago.
Have elapsed since tho Introduction of tho Pain
Killer to the public, and yet at the present time
it is moro popular and commands a larger snle
than over boforo. Its popularity is not confined
to this country alono ; nil over tho world its bon'
efieial effects in curiog tho Wils that flesh is heir
to," aro acknowledged and appreciated, aud as a
PAIN KILLER ita fumo is limit cd to no country,
sect nor iae J. It ueods only to bo known tobo
TuinTY Y KA us is certainly a long onough timo
to prove tho ohlcaey of any medicino, and that
the PAIN KILLER is dosorving of all its proprietors
claim for it, is amply proved by the unpnralollod
popularity it has attained. It is a sunt and EF?
FECTIVE remedy. Sold by all Druggists. Price
25 cts., 50 cts., and $1 per bottlo.
Directions accompany each bottlo.
KOS KOO !
Prepared by Dr. J. J. Lawronco, tho celebrated
p Y8ICIAN and cu EU: ST, Norfolk, Va., is a SAF :,
rLE AS A NT and RELIABLE remedy for ALI. Jileases
TORPIDITY OF THE LIVER,
IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD,
DISORDERS OF THE URINARY ORGANS,
DERANGEMENTS OF TUB NERVOUS
It run in KS and ENRICHES tho BLOOD, RES?
TORES the LIVER and KIDNEYS to a healthy
ACTION, AIDS DI IESTION, UKOULATHS tho BOWELS,
and iNviaoRATES tho NERVOUS SYSTEM.
lt ts NOT a Patont Modlcine.
FORMULA around each bottlo.
ENDORSED by thc bett Phytieiant.
Tho MOST POPULAR Medicine in ute.
DR. LAWRENCE is constantly in rccoipt of
GRATEFUL lettors and TESTIMONIALS Of REMARKA?
BLE CURES performed by Kos KOO.
All lettors answorod and advice given-FREE.
KOSKOO for salo by Druggists every whoro at
ONR DOLLAR PER BOTTLE, For Salo by
I J. F. W. DeLormo,
July 28-ly Sumter, S, C,
TUB LIVING MACHINE*
Injuro tho main spring of a watch and every
portion of tho works becomo disordered. Tho
human stomach is to the human system what that
elastic piooo of molal is to a chronometer. It influ
enees the action of tho othor organs, and controls
to a certain oxtont, the whole living machino.
Tho comparison may bo carrlod furlhor : for a?
the weakness or othor imporfoctious of tho mniu
spring is indicated on tho faco of tho limo piece
so nlso is tho weakness or Otb r disorder of tho
stomach botrnyed by tho face of tho invalid. Tho
complex ion ls sallow or faded, tho eyes aro de?
ficient in lustre and intclligoncu, and thoro isa
worn, anxious expression in the wholo counte?
nance which tells us plainly as writlon words
could do, that tho great nourithttig organ whoso
omeo it is to m'.nistor to tho wants of tho body
and to sustain and renow all its parts, is not per?
forming its duty. It require: renovating and
rogulatiog, and to accomplish this ond Hos?
teller's Stomach Bitters may bo truoly BP\A to be'
the one thing necdjul. Tho broken main spring
of a watch may bo replaced by a now one, but
the stomaoh can only bowopaircd and strength,
enod, am] this is ono of the objects of tho famous
vegetnblo rosto rat Ivo which for olghtoon years
bas boon waging a suocossful oontost with dys?
pepsia in all olimates. Aa a spooifio for indi?
gestion it stan'ds alone. Wbon the resources of
the pharmacopoeia havo boon exhausted, without
st bast, doing moro than mitigating tho com?
plaint, a courso of this wholosomeand palatable,
jet powerful, s tom ach? o effects a perfoct and per?
manent oura. In all oases of dyspepsia the liver
li moro or less disordered, and upon tho impor?
tant gland, M well as upon the stomaoh and
bowles, th? Bitters act with singular distinctness
regulating and reinvigorating every secretive
and assimilating organ on whloh bodily and
mental health depend.
LATES* ROTATIONS OF
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8TA?* ?acuernas- South Carolina, old,*00@
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Bank of Camden.......50(5)
Bank of Georgetown.-@7
Bank of South Carolina..A........30<$
Bank of Chester....i.8@
' Bank of Hamburg-.IO?
Bank of Bute ol 6' C. prior to 1861.?SA
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'People's Bank of Charleston..- @ -
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Farmers' and Exehange Bank of Charles-@
Exehange Bank of Columbia.- fm
Merchants' Bank of Cheraw. o(m
Planters' Bank of Fairfield *?..4(g)
State of South Carolina Bills Rocoivable...par.
City of Charleston Chango Bills.par.
?Bills markod thus (*) are being redeemed at
the Bank Counters of each.
Jan 12 ly
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A MODEL. HOUSE.
Being a cripplo, I bavo made house planning a
spocial study. Oro built last season has proved
a model of convenience, bonn ty, and economy.
Descriptive circulars of Plans, Views, etc., w Ith
general information of valuo to all, sont freo.
Address (with stamp or script if convenient)
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Cnlnaman Wantodin a paying business.
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KIDDER'S PASTILLES. iSSTi&l
40 couts by mall. STOWELL A CO., Charles?
1VToii<%ir$ipliAa forced l0, 8r,,w iu tix
ATAUU31CtL?lAO? ?coks. Reoipo sent for
50 ots. Addross H. RICHARDS, Box 3930, Now
York P. 0.
All women know that it is beauty, rather than
gonius, which nil generations of mon bavo wor?
shipped in tho sex. Can it bo wondered nt,
then, that so much of woman's timo and atten?
tion should bo directod to tho moans of develop?
ing and preserving that bonuty ! Women, know,
too, that when men spoak of tho intellect of
women,'thoy speak critically, tamely, coolly ;
but wbon thoy como to speak of tho charms of a
beautiful women, their langnago and their eyos
kindlo with an enthusiasm wbioh shows thom
to ho profoundly, if not, .indeed, ridiculously in
earnest. It is part of tho natural sagaoity of
women to porccivoall this, and theroforo employ
ovcry nllowublo art to bocomo tho goddess of that
adoration. Preach to tho oonlrnry, as wo may
against the arts em plo) cd by womon for enhanc?
ing their beauty, thoro still stands tho eternal
fact, that tho world doos not prefer tho society
of an ugly woman of genius tu that of a boauty
of less intellectual acquirements. The world bas
yot allowed no higher mission to womon than to
be beautiful, nud it would seem that tho ladies of
of tho prosont age aro carrying this ?don of tho
world to greater ox t romes thun over, for all wo?
men now to whom nature bas doniod tho (alaman
io power cf beauty, supply tho deficiency by tho
uso of a most delightful toilot artiolo, known as
tho "Bloom of Youth," willoh bas boon lately
introduced into this country by O Kimon W.
LA mn, a d?licat o beautifior, which smooths, nut
all indentations, furrows, scars, removing tan,
freckles, and discolorations from tho skin, luav
ng tho complexion olear, brilliant, and beautiful
the skin soft and smooth. With the assistanoo of
this now Amorican trick of a Lady's toilotlo, fe?
male bonuty is destined to play a larger patt in
tho admiration of mon and tho ambition of womon
than all tho arts employed since bor creation.
Prof. C. F. Chandlor, Chomist to tho Metropoli?
tan Board of Health, has recently prepared a
chemical analysis of this delightful toilot pr?par?
ation, Ind reported that the "Bloom of Youth,"
was baronies?, oontniningnothing injurious to tho
health. Ladios need have no foar of using Ibis
in-valuable toilot acquisition.
Sold by every druggist nnd fancy goods dealer iu
the United Seatos.
Depot, 0 Gold Street New York.
THE UNDERSIGNED have this day formed
a Copartnership In the practice of Law
under the name of RICHARDSON A SON
Office on Main Street in the Town of Sumter.
J. 8. G. RICHARDSON,
OPTON ARD RICHARDSON,
May 9th 1870.
For the Season,
Genuine Durham Smok?
DIRfiCT FftOM FACTORY. )
GOOD BROWN SUGAR,
12i ??otu. per pound. 9
P?JRE CIDER VINEGAR.
FRENCH WHITE WINE VINEGAR. '
PICKLES, in pints, quarts !
and half gallons.
Sauces, ^Olives, Olive Oil,
Mustard and Spices,
Tomatoes and Oreen Corn, in j
Peaches, Pine Apples, Straw- s
berries, Cherries and Quin?
ces, in cans,
Brandy Peaches, Jellies,
SELF SEALING JARS,
French Cordials, assorted,
Wines and Liquors of all kinds 1
Lemon, Strawberry and I
Fine 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,
Harn ess and Leather,
Carriage and Waggon Ware,
Glass and Putty,
TOBACCO AND MARS.
ALL OF THE ABOVE ARE
OFFERED FOR SALE
? -, ? . AT
Fair Reasonable Pricos,
AND AS LOW AS ANY
HOUSE IN SUMTER OR ANY
OTHER INLAND TOWN IN
OHAS. H, MOISE &, CO.,
Sumter, S. C.
Maia-Bt. under Sumter Hotel.
L. P. ?TSil??Gr,
. ? ??>?TAO?T ron'" ' ?
Messrs. King & Huppman,
BALTinOBB, m. m. ?
Vould respectfully solicit tb* patronage of bis
rienda and tho publia.
IIB BAB IN STORK A COMPLETS
Hock of Hardware and
mbraetng ?very surtirla la this lino o? business,
shlob ba intend* to sal) at tba
LOWEST sPMICKS, POR CASH.
la will keep ?lweya la ?tore, a complete assort
Collin's Ate?, Ames' Stotels and1 Spades,
Traee Chains, Hoes,
Rakes, Pitch Forks,
Grain Cradle?, Scythe Blades,
Pooket and Table Cattery,
Brasa Preserving Kettles,
Tib Ware, Window Glare-all sises.
Persons in want of the most oonvenlent and
loonomleal Stoves, oas be supplied with tho
ateat improved patterns at prices which cannot
fail to give entire satisfaction.
Pate & Taylor
HAVE RECEIVED A
BOUGHT IN NEW YORK BY ONE OF TUE
FIRM AT TUE RECENT DECLINE.
rHOSE DESIRING TO PURCHASE
RESH AND CHEAP
UAD BEST GIVE TUEM A CALL.
They are preparad to serve all in tho best
uanncr, and respectfully solicit a continuance of
Ibo favors hortofore so liberally bestswed.
OPENING OF THE
LATEST STYLES OF
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
MRS. M. J. S5ERNOW,
SUMTER, S. C.,
having recently returned from
New York, announces .to her
friends and the public of Sumter,
and the adjoining counties, that
sbo bas opened at the above es?
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
Inoludlng all the LATEST PARISIAN
Satisfaction guaranteed as.to the price and
quality of Gooda purobosed at thts establishment
Orders from tho country will receive
April 30_ _
BOOTS 5 SHOES,
MADE TO ORDER.
LTil li SUBSCRIBERS KAV.aBaf
ing removed from Nanning, ^^9'
and located themselves in ?mtr
SUMTER, S. C. W
(at tho Old Tologroph ofllco,) \
CORNER MAIN & DUGAN STS.,
are prepared to furnish BOOTS and SHOES of
tbolr own manufacture on short notice.
They gunrnnteo satisfaction in ovory respoct,
and from their long experience in tho business,
feel assured that thoso who once patronize thom
will not fail to call again.
Orders solicited, which will bo filled with
promptness, and in workmanlike ran mer.
of ovory description on hand and for salo low.
Terms strictly Cash.
Bultman & Wells*
Mn roh 30_Sra
Sumter Book Store.
Wild Life under tho Ecjuator, by DuCltuillu.
Storlos of tlu> Gorilla Country 11
Curiosities of Litorntiire, by Dclsrnolli.
hotham, DoLraelli's lost new novel.
Tennyson'? Complote Booms, neat edition,
K. A. Poe's Complote Works.
The Southern Gardner, by W, N. White.
Gardening for profit, " Henderson.
Presbyterian, Methodist and Baptist Hymn
Drawing Pa por.
Commercial Note Paper, nt 10 it l?otsprqr.
Fools Cup Piipor, nt 15 ot* "
Envolupo* at 5 cte pr bunch.
Eutrlifh Quills, Stud Pons, Ink, Scaling Wax,
Red Tupo, oto.
A. WHITE A CO.
Bottoms' Horse Power.
FOR GINNING, THRESHING
AND PLANTATION MILLS.
THIS Laborsaving .Machine is being
put up by Mr. W. S. Ilcncrcy, ut
Charleston. Thoso wishing to purchase
can sond their orders to W. S. Honcrcy,
Founder nnd Machinist, Charleston,
and their orders will be promptly filled.
Hero is on opportunity to save half tho
number of mules, nud do twice the
Work. I*, icc 125 dollars.
A. A. ALLEN, Agent.
Juno 15-1 rn*
Vocal and Instrumental.
The undersigned hnving taken his rotidenco at
Sumter, will giro lessons in Singing ?nd on the
PIANO and VIOLIN. Ha will likowlso give in.
striations in FRENCH, GERM AN and ARITH?
TUNING OF PIANOS ATTENDED TO.
For further particulars, apply to bim nt his
rcsidonoe in Harvlu Street.
H. C. M. KOPFF.
W. J. WICKS, Pint VIot.PrtaUeot.
W. F. lt OY UK, Seorita,!-?.
A JeOulte cash surrendor valuo ta gnarantcod
tam, which amount will, at the option of the pollr
his peile/, or loaned to him at rix per ?eat. lutere
lng bia polio/ in force for the full amount.
With sufllolent capital for cutir? security, o
tages to the Carelios.
All tts profits are divided among Its polie/ hi
No restrictions on travel or rosi J un oe in the I
All policies noa forfoitalto after second jour.
All losses paid prompt!/ in cash.
GENERAL STATE J
June 15-3 m_ ,
Toilet and Fancy Articles.
A. ANDERSON & CO..
Apothecaries and Chemists,
SUMTER, S. C.
Are receiving constantly a full aupply of Pure
Drugs and Chemicals, aud n well soluctcd stock
of Fancy Articles and Perfumery.
A groat variety of Toilet Soaps,
Eztraots for tho Uandkerchiuf,
Fine Colognes, Foreign and Domcstio,
Surgical Instruments, Truseet>, io.
All Medidnos warranted genuine and of the
vory host quality.
PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS, Carefully
aompoundod night or day. To be found at night
at the residence of Mr. Anderson on Main St.
A. ANDERSON, - A. JJ. CHINA, M. D
HAVING REMOVED to Corner of Main
and Republican Streets, and thoroughly
revised and renovated my Stock, I can offer to
my customers and tho pnblio gonorully, as fino
AN ASSORTMENT OF WELL SELECTED
As can be found iu this market.
Comprising most of the popular
Fliilotoken or Female Friend,
Mystic or Female Regulator,
Jay no's Pills,
A voi 's Cherry Poet ora I,
Wistar'a DuUnue Wild Cherry,
Hcmbold'a E: tract Duchu,
Simmons' Liver Invi(?orator,
Sandford'a Liver Iuvigoruior,
Hall's Hair Eenowor,
Stafford's Olivo Tar for colds, coughs and
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,
R>."di's Soothing Cordial, without ano?
H?l'..,ay,8, Vnn Demon's and Hurley's
Worm Candy, with all the.Vorinifugcs.
A complote assortment of
PERFUMERY, TOOTH BRUSHES AND
A choleo article of COLOGNE, of our own manu
facturo, which we can soil obonp-with nil other
arlioloa which ahould bo found in a
Well Regulated Drug Store.
Jun 26-tf_J. F. W. DELORME.
AND PISH, in great variety,
ORANGES and LEMONS.
Flour, Lard, Sugur, Coffee, Bacon
Catsups, Pepper Sauce,
&0., &c., &c.
Aliuonih nod Raisins,
Fino Segara und Tobacco.
Bolted Meal and Grist,
FRESO FAMlt.Y SUPPLIES.
Received every week, ut
JOHNS. Il ?G II SON'S,
Under thc l'holographie Gallery
May 25 _
The State of South Carolina,
Hy 0. JU. Hunt, .Judge of the Court oj
Probate foy said County.
WHEREAS Alexander Dorltv lins nppllod
to mo for Lottors nf Administration, with
will annexed, on all and singular tho garnis nnd
chattel*, rights mid credits of Ozius Mutins,
deceased, of ?aid County.
These aro ihcrcPiro lo oito and admonish nil
and singular, tho kindred nnd creditors of tito
said doconscd, to bo and nppcnr bo foro ino, ut our
next Court ol' Probate for tho a titi County, tu bo
boldon at Sumter Court House, on tim 24ih day of
Juno, to show canto, if any, why tho said
administration should not bo granted,
Oivon undur wy Hand ?ind .Seal nf HIHW, thia
Olh day of Juno, in tho your of our Lord,
ono thousand eight hundred aud savnnly, and in
the 91th yi.ir of Amoriouti Indopnndonco.
C. ll. Il UK ST,
Juno 8 -2t] Judge nf thu Court of Proluit?
E YEO li ASS KS.
IORSCirs PATENT INTRUCHANAULE
(luid, Silver, Steel and Rubhor Frames.
Periscopio, OoliVCX ami Concave Louses.
Cataract and Colored Eeuse*. of all Shades.
March 9 1. MASON.
' K N N USS 13 M.
? - - ?828419.03.
J. T. PETTILL, Seeond Vice President.*
J. U. EDMONDSON*, General Agcut.
on ?ll polioie* lapsed $ non pa j moni nf proof
j bolder, bo paid him in cash ou tho surrender of
<t to pay bi? futuro premiums, thereby continu*
o Lifo Insurance Company o flers superior ud von -
il dors, in dividends, on the contribution pian.
Inited States, Canada or Europe.
LGEXT, COLUMBIA, S. 0.
ISAAC A. M'KAGEN,
f"P?E ADVERTISER BEOS TO" CALL AT
JL TENTION TO 111* STOCK OF THE BEST
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
PERFUMERY, SOAPS, TOILET POWDER
Puff Boxes and Puffs,
Shaving Cream and Brushos,
Tooth and Nail Brushes,
_Ail at McKAOEN'S.
PREPARED CAREFULLY AT ALL HOURS,
_By I. A. McK. A O EN.
WHISKEY and WINES,
_Sold at McKAOEN'S. ,
Nutmegs and Pepper.
_At McK AG EN'S Drug Store.
KEROSINE OIL, Lamps, Burnors, Chimney
Wicks, Ac,_At McKAOEN'S.
LARGE and FRESH SUPPLY OF
For sale by McK A G EN.
ILLER'S ALMANAC for 1870
A FINE SEGAR
CAN BE HAD
Fob i6_At. McKAOEN'S.
CLO T HING,
1). J. WINN, Agent,
Now has in Store n I.iir^o und Careful?
ly selected Stock of
Spring and Summer Goods,
WHICH HE GUARANTEES AS REPRE?
SENTED, SUCH AS
CLOTHING-Fine, Medium und Common/
Cloths und Casslmoro*,
Gloves and Cravats,
Fine Lut Tweeds,
llrowu Linens, A.c.
which ho piedlos himself tu .eil loner than any
other house jr) town for eiuh.
THE ONLY STRICT I.Y \
Grocery and Liquor House
fp ll Ii U N D E U S I O N E 1>. bec* have to .
i rall thu nt teni hm of his fiiolids and tl, o
pul,Mc gonerully to hid
NKW AND WKXL Hi;i,i:CTKI)
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Which Ito offer? l..w for CASU ONLY.
i>?- Ail articles warranted us recommended
,/i t'f Turo Medicinal Liquors kept rm:; tanti)
J. ll. EBHItllAKT.
JESSw Tiio.>ii*ito.y, .>
Attorney and Counselor ?it Law;'
SUMTER, Sj. 0.
WILL I'll ACT I CK h. ?ll rl.o
Courts of thu Third Judicial ( i?->-n??. nv... in'tiTn
Supremo Corni ?I DtosjileWtiii and CnlninLia.
"May horwrfufWJ -t pfc.e. ;..' 'SuiUWt \Vu(r|i?
Ap ill 2? ' ' . '