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Al? TtaaeUat AdvertlaeaaeatJ, ?? |
job Woe* asea. b? (Mid for to ?Mb. Th I. ?rill,
be obeerve* without 4?t!r.eti?a. 8?bo?l?t??o? ?
sr? alto parable to adven**.
?9? Aep.loafW for Job Work ?Ul bo
at the ornoo, to Tao?. ?. F??"?:.
Tho W A*c?Jr J a booka ara to tba beeping af W.
f. PAITO?, who ?III receipt for ia ot. ia* dat Md
aitoad to alt ?attar? ooaaoatad ?Ita tb? Af Tat*
((.inc ar BabaerJptloa depertmeat*.
mm? Oar Advertising fritad? aaa roaaatttad lo
?end ID their favor? not later tbaa Monde/. .
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Bau Tba Planter?' WarahoMe ha?
rf ce ntly received fresh supplies of floe
Family Flour, &c, aa will bo ?eeo from
ggu The members of BUbopvillc
Lodge, No. 104 A.*. P.*. M.?. will
learn, by reference to an ad?ertinement
m this issue, tbat the Regular Coramu
nicutioDB of the Lodge are suspended
until Friday, 14th Ootober next.
BEY. jr* iiBiuOToV"wiiiOorr? O.B.
The DuuicrouB friends, far and near,
of this loved and distinguished minis?
ter, of tho Presbyterian Church, will be
gratified to learn tbat he bas passed
through his late severe and dangerous )
illness, and is now convalescent. We
devoutly trust that it may be tho will
of God to restore bim perfeotly to
health, and long to spare bim, in bis
eminent usefulness, to the Church.
'Ibo County Convention of tbe
Republican Party will be held at Sumter I
on Saturday next, for the purpose of |
choosing representatives to tbe State
Convention, which will assemble at)
Columbia, on tbe 20th inst.
TUB Iff ARION CBKSCBNT.
We have been gratified to greet oar
?rorihy contemporary, again, resuscita?
ted and rejuvenated, and in inereased
site. May increasing prosperity con?
stantly give encouragement and strength
to its energetio and efficient conductors.
DAVID DICKSON'S Great Book
on Farming now out. No farmer's
library complete without it. Bound in
cloth, extra, $4; Sheep, 84.60; Ralf|
Morocco, $5. Orders received at this
office Good canvassing agents wanted?
For terms, apply at this offico.
c&r THE LADIES' PEARL, is thc title
oin literary Magazine, published at
NVhvillc, Tenn. The number beforo
us for July, contains a variety of choice
and interesting reading matter. It is
edited by John Shirly Ward. Prioo
$1.50 per annum.
s?, The Augusta Chronicle andi
Sentinel now visits us daily instead of |
weekly, as formerly. This generous
favor on the part of its conductors is
highly appreciated. It is among the
most valued of our exchanges. As a
commercial, political and newspaper, it
has no superior in Georgia. Our mer*
: chants and other business men will find
ita full and reliable medium of informa?
THE SViriTER INSTITUTE.
The publication of the oiroular of this
valuable school gives us an opportunity
lo call the attontion of the publio to its
The ladies who constitute this "facul?
ty" pr- ent a rare combination of talent
tod acquirements. Mrs. LAURA A.
BROWNE, the principal, is too well
known in this community to require
toy endorsement by us. Her thorough
?education and high charaoter, eminent?
ly qualify ber for the delicate and im
rt:iot duties ot her position, while ber
ffectionate disposition and mild and
cutlo manners cause her pupils to love
much aa they respect her.
It is a fortunate thing for parents
bat they have, in this institution, a
lace where they may leave their
toghtcts either as Boarding or Day !
chotara, with entire confidence, under)]
ho maternal care of a lady so worthy |
Miss ELIZA COOPER bas charge of
c writing department, and with Miss
LLEN WILSON, teaches the younger
ildren. She is well qualified for the
siUon, being firm but mild in disci p- ?
oe, and thorough in education. Miss
ILSON is a general favorite with
Molars and parents, and is a good,
'??ful and kind teacher.
Utin, French, Arithmetic and Alge*
are taught by Miss LAURA MO?
BUN, a lady of fine attainments and
til qualified for her important duties.
Miss EMILY JOHNSON imparts in?
action in Drawvngand Painting, and
'pupils give satisfactory, evidence of j
Tbe "Institution'''ls fortunatein its
'(ction of Music Teacher. Miss'
*?? VERNON possesses a voice, of]
!t power and sweoineaa, and js a bril-j
1Dt performer on the piano. ' '. . vj*.
We notice there were fifty-three
I'1? on the list of 1869-70. Wo I
?.this number, will be inoreased
?n the school re opens on 15th
pember nexf. '/>
4higlvly interesting and instructive
"ts of Lecture? on History was a \
[m addition to the course during the
".cssion. These were dolivered by
Rev. Mr. MCQUEKN, and were
UtCQ with a simplicity and ole?roste, '
'?'ligible to Ute youngest hearer, and I
fcQ with the emphatic and forcible
DD" characteristic ofthat well known
uglily esteemed gentleman.
coatineed when tb*y winter ec?aioft.
com BJ e o cet ia 8eptenih>r,
. Wc caa nefelj recommend tb? "3oe*C
Ur I ni ti tu te" aa * fi rat ?Utas eotabiish
??ul, in all respect* thoroughly adapted
lp ito objeek
. A attCOVSUT.
8ome knowing Democratic letter writ?
er ba? discovered that Grant ia a shrewd
Klltician, and la craftily working to do?
ti the ultra radical plots of Boutwcll
A Co. Thia smart fellow anticipate* a
split in tho radical party, in which
Gratti will play th*, role of Andrew
John ton. Thia ia the greatest discovery
of the time. The microscopio brain that ]
MB magnify such a dwarf aa Grant toto
a giant moat be a curiosity. The troth
ia, Grant ia aa stupid Ba an owl. He is
the mere too) of abler ?ad even lesa
scrupulous men. That ia the precise
dangor to the country which the pro?
gresa of event? bas developed.
AlftTHJKB FBNlTsUrVIAHY VOTEK
Soi Pearson, the negro who was tried
for larceny at the last term of Marlboro'
court, found guilty, und sentenced to
the Penitentiary, has recently been
released by order of Gov. Scott, and is
now back in our midst, and is perhaps
looking out for another chanco to steal.
This is the course the Seott 'Ring' will
doubtless eontinue to pursue to seoure
votes. Soi is a ounning thief, and may
succeed in stealing a few votes for the
Seott 'Ring;' if they cannot be secured
any other way. And hence we suppose
the eause of his release.-[BenncUsvillc
General Robert E. Lee has refused,
on behalf of Mrs. Lee, to accept the
annuity of 93,000 settled upon her by
the trustees ot Washington College.
The Board howevet, bas, as delicately
aa possible, intimated to him that they
must adhere to their original plan.
"Mamma/' said a wee child, one Sun?
day evening, ofter having sat still in the
house all day, like a good child, " have
I honored you to day ?" "I don't know,"
replied the mother, "why do you ask ?"
"Beeauso," says the little one, shaking
her head sadly, "the Bible says, 'Honor
thy father and mother that thy days may
be long,' and this baa been, oh, the
longest day I ever saw."
Some of the Radical journals North
who helped to fix the thing that way
now profess to be startled at Akermao's
doctrine that "Congress has the right
to compel a State to niter her constitu?
tion." If they baok out from that,
they back out from Radicalism itself,
for such is its very essence.
An ezohange says " General Butler
acknowledged that between him and
Mr. Farnsworth there was bad blood."
There oertaioly was, and on Butler's
part it was that blood whioh, as de?
scribed by Burns :
'Has crept through scoundrels ever since the
A Washington special to the New York
Time*, ol Tuesday, says : A. T. Stewart
loes not return an income of even
5100,000 for the past year, while Claflin,
Mellen & Co., and many other large
fiousos, show but small profits. Hun
Ireds of other merohants swear to losses
For the year, and a number of hot'scs
have failed. This year has been a terr. S
?ne upon the merchant princes as neil
as the small traders.
Walter L. Butler, nephew of his unole,
true to the traditions and instincts of I
race and blood, has been looked up in a
New York station house, for walking off
with half a dozen silver spoons belong?
ing to tho mother of his sweetheart,
while dining with the family recently.
The World, ol Tuesday, is sensational
upon the ?oe question. Everybody is
getting short, hot and furious, except
the ioe dealers, who, as might be ex?
perted, are extremely cool and having
got up a corner, not only demanded
11.50 per hundred, but give very light
weight *t that.
The Winnsboro Nows predicts that in
ten years the Southern whites, unless
the negroes themselves prevent it, will
shauipTon negro suffrage as giving them
power in the Union, against a powerful
inti negro party at the North.
"BETTER BE ALONE TUAN IN BAB
30MPANY.-Better take a preventive in time
lhan suffer with "Chill and Fever." SUMTER
SITTERS is the artielo to heap it off.
The possession of knowledge is less likely to
ester vanity, than the possession of riohes. A
nan may abundantly augment his possessions of I
[ n ow ledge, and yet have but little to show for [
da pains. Tot it ean do no one any barm, hut
?rbaps mach good, to know of the virtues of tho
'Old Carolina Bitters"-an assured remedy for
lys pepsin, and all its kindred complaints,
Try Wiaeman's Crystallised Worm Candy
lODo better I
A HEALTH Y*DIGESTION.
Life ls rendered miserable when the digestive
rgans are Impaired. Food becomes repulsiva ;
ho body evaoiated ; tba mind depressed, and
lolanoboly broods over you. TUTTS VEQE
'ABLE LIVER PILLS is the remedy for these
vtls ; they produce sound digestion; create
o od appetite, impart refreshing sleep and cheer?
iness of mind.
AHEAD OF THE NORTH.
In many things th* North bas fora long tim?
?en ahead ot the South, merely because our peo
lo bavo neglected their natural advantages,
n nothlog was this more palpably tba ease tban
n the manufacture of doors, sashes, blinds,
nouldings, Ac. Tbl? was notieed by Hr. P. P.
'oale,an enterprising Cbarlestonian, and habas
tow on? of the largest and most successful man
ifaotorles of doors, sashes and blinds in the
thole country. 8e? blt advertisement.
rHK COPARTNERSHIP between th? na
d?rslgned lo the prac Hoe of LAW and equity,
oder th? nam? of RICHARDSON A MOSES,
?aa been dissolved by mutual consent, "
J. 8. O. RICHARDSON,
May ?th 187?.
' - SJ . " ' " ' '
rHit UNDERSIGNED bave this day formed
a Copartnership la the practico of Law
ind? tb? nam? of RICHARDSON A SON
)fllo? on Mala Street In th? Town of Sumter.
J. 8. O. RICHARDSON,
at-, a.?. ^IWAM RICHARDSON,
May Otb IST*.
MT^? QUOTATION* C*
fa, W CHARLESTON, 1 ?L." >
Corrtcxed *eelcl9 fy A. C. KAUFMAN,
' Broker, No. 25 Broad Strut.
.\r JULY nan.
STAVE BacuatTIEa- South Caraline, old, 96@
00j do MW,*0J@- .. rtgUt'd steak, .? int
CITT Saccrjvrcs-Augusta, Oe. Bend?, -A
79 ; Charleston, 8. C. Slock, (ex qr int) - ?*6;
io. Pira LOM Bond?, -@73; Colombio,
Bond., -A7?. '
RAIUWAD Boars*-Bia? Ridge, (* rs' ?
-@M| Obart eaten ?Bid Savannah, <
Charlotte, Col a otb la. and August*,-^
Charnwood Darlington, -85; 6 roan rill? ?Ad
Colamb?a, (lit mon) -?80; do, (Stile ?uar
antoo) 67?-! Northeastern, -A92; Saran,
.ah and Oharleiion, (lat morl) -80; do, (8ute
p?ranla*) - (#7?; Soatb Carolina, - @76; do,
TS) Bpartanburg and Union, -AOS.
RAILROAD STOCKS- Charlotte, Columbia and
August?, -@?5; Oreen ville and Columbia, -
@ J,- Northeasters, A1 ft ; Savannah and Charles?
ton, -AM} South Carolina, (?hole shares)
-A4*I do, (hairdo) -Alf.
ExcBAwea, Ae-New York Sight, \ off par;
Gold, 109? 111; S?rer, 104 @ 108.
SOPT? CAROLINA BANK BILLS.
.Bank of Charleston.-A
.Hank of Newberry.-A
Bank of Canden.wmM.ftOA
Raak of Georgetown.N.-@7
Bank of South Carolina.16?
Bank of OhaaUr.7@
Bask of Hamburg ? - ,.10(g)
Bank of Bute of 8- C. prior to 1801.00 '
Bank of Bute of S. C. Issue 1801 and 1802 ?0
?Plantera'and Meohaoica'Bsnk of Charles
.People's Bank of Charleston_.
.Union Bank of Charleston......
.Southwestern R R Bank of Charleston, -
.Southwestern R R Bank of Charleston, -
Farmers' and Exchange Bank or Charles--?
Exohange Book or Colombia.......15
Merchants' Bank of Cheraw... 6
Planters'Bank of Fairfield f.-.<
Sute or Sooth Carolina Billa Receivable...977
City of Charleston Change Bills.07.
?Bills marked tbns (?) are being redeemed at
tho Bank Counter? of oaoh.
Jan I? _ly
This valuable Family Medicino bas been widely
and favorably known in oar own and foreign
conntrles, upwards or
THIRTY YEARS 1
It has lost none or its good name by reposted
trials, but continues to occupy a prominent post
tion in every family medloine chest.
It Is an external and Internal Remedy. For
Summer Complaint, or any other form or bowel
disease in children or adults, it is an almost cor
tain eure, and has without doubt, been moro
successful In curing the various kinds or CHOL?
ERA than any other kown remedy, or tho most
skillful physician. In India, Africa and China,
where thia dreadful disease is more or lesa preva?
lent, the Pain Killer is considered by the natives,
as well as European residents in those climates,
a sar? remedy ; and whilo lt is a most officient
remedy for pain, it is a perfectly tato medicino,
even In unskillful hands. Directions accompany
Sold by all Druggists.
Price 25 ote., 50 ois., and $1 por bottle.
Health1* Best Defence.
"The wonk eatoth herbs," says St. Paul, so
that eighteen hundred years ago tho valuo of
medicinal plants was appreciated. In the Old
Testament botanical remedios are repeatedly re?
commended, but in no passage or sacred history
is man recommondod to swallow calomel, or blue
pill, or any other mineral preparation. Tho sick
woro directed to eat^herbs to strengthen, them to
purify them, to beal them, to rf toro them. In
that day tho art or mokine- vcgotahlo extracts
waa unknown. The her ?! medic in os woro mero
It was retorvod for a latir age to unite tho
sanitary essences or tonio, uperiont and antibil
ious roots, barks, and plants, with an active
stimulant, and thus seoure their rapid diffusion
through the debilitated or disordered system.
The orowning triumph or this effeolive mode of
concentrating and applying the virtues of medi?
cinal vegetables was aobieved In tho produotion
of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. Nover before had
a perfectly pure aleohollo stimulant boon oom
bined with tho expressed juices of tho finest
speolfics of the vegetable, kingdom. Nover yet,
though eighteen years have elapsod nineo ita
introduction, has this great reatorative boen
equalled. It ls taken at all seasons, in all olimos,
as the most potont safeguard against epideralos.
as a protection against all unhoaltby exhalations
that produce debility on bogot disoaso ; as a
remedy for intermittent and other malarious
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dyspepsia; as a general tonio nnd invigorant ; as
a gentle, painless aperient; as a blood d?purent;
as ansrvine; as a euro for bilious affections; as
a harmless anodyne; and as tho BUST DE FE Ncr.
or HEALTH under unfavorable circumstances,
snob as sedentary pursuits, undue bodily or
mental exertion, hardship, privation and expo?
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100 years a secret
Cures as by magic
All Cuts, B?ros, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Cancers,
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A Wonderful onre for piles.
Ask for Phcebe Bakor'a" (and take no other)
"Co tar's" Rat, Poach, Ac. Exterminators.
"Coster's" (liquid) Bed-Bug Exter.
"Costar's" (pure) Inseot Powder.
Use this (only pure) Insect Powdor for
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"Costar's" (only sure remedy) Corn Sol vont.
Ask for "COSTAR'S" (and take no other.)
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TORPIDITY OF THE LIVER,
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It roniriKs and CNRIOHXS the BLOOD, mts
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CINES, we keep always on hand, we offer two
evaluable preparations of our own manafaotore.
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
?hills and Fevers.
n admirable combination of TONICS adapted
9 all eases needing Tonio Medicines.
COUNTRY PRODUOE of all kinds taken in
IARTKR for gooda at fair pri?es. /
J. A. MAYES A CO.
Jan 1, 1870_ly_
??EAVY CITY MESS PORK, DRY SALTED
Shoulders, hhds. and boxes ; Dry Salted
Sides, hhds. and boxes ; Smoked Western
Shoulders, hilda.; Smoked Western Rib
Sidos, hhds., Breakfast Strips, Horns, eov*
erod and naked.
.ARD-Paro Prime Natural and Eitra, in
tierces, bbls. and tubs*.
Extt.t Fine TABLE BUTTER, tubs.
Best Factory CHEESE.
IOFFEES-Java, Laguyra, Rio, all grades >
FLOURS-all grades; SUGARS-all grades ;
MOLASSES and SYRUPS-all grades;
CRACKERS, all kinds, tn bbls. and
boxes ; RAISINS, Choice Lem?
ons and Oranges, Bottled
Ale and Porter, En?
glish and Ameri?
can, in eases
?bowing Tobacoo, oaddlos, quarter and half |
boxes ; Catawba Wine, Cboioe Soapper.
nong Wine, California Hoek Wine,
Clarets, Rasberry Syrup, Black?
berry Brandy, Jellies, Es?
sences, and Grocers Drugs,
Lyo and Potash,
and a genoral as?
jlquors, Groceries, Segars, Tobacco.
For sale at wholesale only, by
ADRIAN & V?LLERS*
j D hi/LD CDD?iV??
SIGHT MILES FROM SPARTAN
BURG COURT HOUSE, S. C.
Vew Furniture-Hotel thoroughly lleno
vated-New Bedding-New Baths
Bowling Alley, and other modes of
exercise for guests will he ready for
visitors, June 1st, 1870.
loard per month.,.$30 00
'er week. 10 00
'er day.?. 2 00
Tho water is Chalybeate, ard ia oool and
tennant to tho taste. Ha's proven efficacious In
tiring Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Kidney Dis
asea, Gravel, Dropsy, Diarrheas, Cutaneous
flections, Chill and Fever, Geueral Debility,
nd many other Ills of a kindred natal?. The
ible will he provided with the best tho oonntry
Sarda ; and avery attention given to visitors,
aloolated to make their stay ploasant.
CABINS TO RENT.
R. O. OLIVER, Proprietor,
Spartaoburg Court House, S. C.
Jun? 1, 1370.
reneral Life and Fire
SUMTER, S. 0.
L HE following Companies having complied
Uh the Law, and deposited $20,000 eaeh with
ie Comptroller General, offer protection to
ouaeholda against loss or damage by fir? :
Phoenix Fire lowrance Company, of
?rooklyn, N. Y. Gash Assois,
Sf thorn Life Insurance Company, of
atlanta, Ga., Gan. J, B. GORDON,
'resident, M. C. MORRIS, Seo'ty.
Security Fjre Insurance Company of
few York, A&setts, 82.017.810 81.
German Fire Insurance Company of
lew York, Asset I H. 1.053.004 61.
Georgia Homo Insuranoo Company
?olumbus, Ga., Asaetts, 408.781 10.
Richmond Banking Insurance Co., of
Virginia, Assotts, 270.640 24.
M?wu Kw?; * Hoppman,
Wotrtd tasetotfntty telKstt thc pa trop ag* of bi?
II? HAS SS STORK A COMPLETE
Stock i of Hardware and
embracing ?very attiria le this Une o? busmen,
wbtafc he latente te tell et the
E,owtiarr PB ions, FOB CA ?it.
He will keep always ls ?(ore, a complete assort?
Collin's Axe?, A aies' Shovels tn d Spades,
Trace Chains, ll OM,
Bebet, Pitch Forke,
OraiD Cradle?, Se?th? Blade?,
Guano Sal vat,
. Poeke> and Table Cutlery,
Brass J?retervlet Katti*?,
Tin W?re, Window Glatt-?ll thea.
Portent in Weat-of. tba meat 'convenient and
wo nomi eal Store?, eeo be tappt led with the
Utett improved patteroa at pri?es which cannot
fail to giro entire aatUfactlou.
Jana 16 ?_
Pate & Taylor
HAVE RECEIVED A
BOUGHT IN NEW YORK BY ONE OF TUE
FIRM AT TUE RECENT DECLINF.
I THOSE DESIRING TO PURCHASE
SHE AND CHEAP
HAD BEST GIVE THEM A CALL.
They are prepared to terre all in the beat
manner, and respectfully solicit a continuance of |
the favori hertoforo to liberally best?wed.
Marah 28 _
OPENING OF THE
LATEST STYLES OF
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
MRS. M. J. ZERNOW,
SUMTER, S. C.,
having recently returned from
Non York, annonneea to her
friends and the public of Sumter,
and the adjoining counties, that
the h.ig opened at the above es?
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
Including all the LATEST PARISIAN
Satisfaction guaranteed at to the prioo and
qnality of Qooda purchased at thia establishment
?S3?. Ordert from the country will receive
April 2C_ '
MADE TO ORDER.
ing removed frpra M anning,
and locntcd them?clvcs in ^mT
SUMTER, S. C. W
(ot the Old Telegraph office,) 1
CORNER MAIN A DUGAN STS.,
are prepared to furnish BOOTS and SHOES of j
their own manufacture on short notice.
They guarantee aatisfaotion in every respect,
and ftojm their long experience in the business,
feel assured that those'who once patronise thom
?ill not fall to call again.
Orders solicited, which will bo filled with
promptness, and in workmanlike manner.
of every description on band and fur salo low.
t?V" Terms strictly Cash%
i! : - . j
.liultman & Wells,
Mn rr h .10
Sumter Book Store.
Wild Lifo under th? Equator, by DuChalllu.
Stories of tho Gorilla Country " "
Curiosities of Literature, by -DoTsrnelll.
Lothaia, Delfrael|i'a jost new novel.
Tennyson's Complete Poems, neat edition,
E. A. Poo'e Complote Work?.
T?ie Southern Gardner, by W. N. White.
Gardening for profit, " Henderson.
Prosbytdriiio, Methodist and Baptist Hymn
Commercial Note Paper, at 10 <f> 15 els pr qr.
Fools Cap Paper, at 15 eta "
Envelopes at 5 cte pr bunch.
English Quills, Steel Tons, Ink, Scaling Wax,
Red Tape, etc
A. WHITE A CO.
Bottoms' Horse Power.
FOR GINNING, THRESHING
AND PLANTATION MILLS.
THIS Labor saving Vaohinc is' being
put up by Mr. W. 8. Ilcucvoy, at
Charleston. Those wishing to purchase
can pend their ordure to \Y. S. Honeroy,
Founder anti Machinint, Charleston,
and their orders will bc promptly ti Hod.
Hero ia an opportunity to nave half tho
number of mulct, and do twice thc
work. Prioo 125 dollars.
A. A. ALLEN, Agont.
Vocal and lnstriimciit.nl.
The undesigned ba vlng taken bit residente at
Bunter, will give lattont In flinging and on th?
PIANO and VIOLIN. He will likowlse give In
itrnolions In FRENCH, GERM AN and ARITH?
TUNING OF PIANOS ATTENDED TO.
For further particulars, apply to him at his
realdenoe lu Har? in Street.
H. n. it, RoPFF.
A definite cnsb aumnder Tala? 1? guaranteed on all pbllolea lapsed by ann payment of from* ??
lau, which amount will, at tba option of th? policy bolder, ba paid bim iu ea?U on .lb? aamnder vf. ' .
his policy, or loaned to bim ot six per coot. Internai lu p?y lila future I'rouiVuius, t?oroby contiuu- '
lng hiapoliojr ia fore? for th? (tall amount* *
'With auOolent o?pi tal for entire aoourity, no Lifo Insurance Company offers superior ndnti.
Ugo? to tho Carwllnn. *} ,
All its profits ar? divided among ita poliey holder.?, In dividends, on tb? contribution plan.
No restriction* on trav?l or rotidence in the United S Ut os, Canada, or Knr'opQ.'. .
All poMeies non forfettabie after se.-oud year. * v .
All loties paid promptly in caah. . ii. . .
M. C. IJUTLEll,
GENERAL AGENT, COLUMBIA, S. 0. ,
1DJEI CI GrS,
Toilet and Fancy Articles.
A. ANDERSON & CO..
Apothecaries and Chemists,
SUMTER, S. C.
Aro receiving constantly a full supply of Pur?
Drugs and Ohcmionls, nnd a ?oil solcoted f tool
of Fancy ArtloloB and Porfumory.
A great varioty of Toilet Soaps,
Extracts for tho Handkerchief,
Fine Colognes, Foreign and Domestic,
Surgical Instruments, Tmeses, Ac
All Medioines warranted genuino and of the
very best quality.
PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS, Carefully
compounded night or day. To be found at night
at the residence of Hr. Anderson on Main St?
A. ANDERSON, - A. JJ. CHINA, NI. ?
HAVING REMOVED to Cornor of Main
and Ropublloan Stroota, and thoroughly
revised and renovated my Stook, I can offer to
my customers and tho publie generally, as Ano
AN ASSORTMENT OF WELL SELECTED
G en oral Medicines,
As caa bo found in this market.
Comprising most of the popular
Philotoken or Female Friend,
Mystic or Female Regulator,
, Jajne'a? Expectorant,
A vor's Cherry Pectoral,
Wiatar's Balsam Wild Cherry,
Hembold'a Iv tract Buchu,
Simmons' Liver Invigorator,
Sandford'? Liver Invigorator,
Hall's Hair Bencwor,
Stafford's Olive Tar for colds, coughs and
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup.
Russell's Soothing Cordial, without ano
iyne, ? *
Holloway's, Van Donson's and Hurley's
Worm Candy, with all the Vermifuges.
A complote assortment of
PERFUMERY. TOOTH BRUSHES AND
A choice article of CO LOONE, of our own manu
Facturo, which wo can soil ohoap-with nil other
irtiolos which should bo fourni In a
Well Regulaled Drug Store.
Jan 26-tf_ J. F. AV. DaLORME.
AND FISH, in great variety,
ORANGES and LEMONS.
Flour, Lani, Sugar, Coflco, Bacon
Catsups, Pepper Sauce,
&c, &c, lie.
Almonds aud Raisins,
Fine Segars aud Tobacco.
Bolted Meal and Grist,
FItES?I FAMILY SUPPLIES,
Received every week, nt
JOHNS. Ht JG USO N'S,
Under thc Photographic (jallerg
_ May 26
The State of South Carolina,
fig C. M. Hurst, Judge nf the Court of
Probat* for said Conn lg.
WH8IIEAS Alexander Dot itv baa applied
to me tor Letters bf Administration/ with
viii annexed, on all and ?insular tho goods sud
battels, rights and ere.lits of 0??u? Mathis,
Iceeaaod, of said County.
These are thoreforo to cite and admonish all
md singular, the kindred und creditor's of the
aid deceased, to be and appear boforo me', at our
text Court of Probate for tho said County, to be
loldob at Sumter Court House, on th?2tibrfn,v of
lurje, to shew oaiito, if ?ny, why tho said
administration should not ho granted.
Given undor my Hand and Seal of office, this
Uh doy of Juno, in the year of onr Lord,
ino thousand eight hpndrod and seventy, and in
be 91th vu.w of American Independence.
C H. HURST,
Jane 2t] Judge of tho Court of Probat?
[OHSCH'S PATENT INTERCIIAXABLE
J LENSES. "
Gold, Silver, Steel and HiihL^r Frames.
Periscopic. Convex and Concave Lenses.
Cataiart and Colored Lanie?, of all Sitada?.
Marah a c- T. MASON.
ISAAC A: M KAG EN,
rpHE ADVGRTTSr.il BEGS TO CAM. AT
J. TENTION TO IIIS STOCK OF THE REST.
CHU: M I CALS ,
PATENT iVI EDICINES*
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
PERFUMERY. SOAPS, TOILET POWDER
Puff Boxes and PnlTs,
Shaving Cream and Brushes, <
Tooth and Nail Brushes,
_All at McKAQEN'S.
PREPARED CAREFULLY AT ALL HOURS,
By I. A. McKAOEN.
1 BRANDY, OIN,
WHISKEY and WINES,
8old at MoKAGEN'S.
Nutmogs arid Peppor.
_w At McKAQBN'8 Drug Store.
KEROSINE OIL, Lamps, Burners, Chimney
Wicks. Ao., At McKAQEN'S.
LARGE and FRESH SUPPLY OF
_ For salo by McKAOEN.
MILLER'S ALMANAC for 1870
A FINE SEGAR
CAN BE nAD
Feb 16 _ At MoKAGKNV.
D. J. WINN, Agent,
Now lins in Store u Large and Careful? .
ly selected h'toek of
Spring and Summer Goods,
WHICH IIB GUARANTEES AS REPRE
SESTEO, ST'CH AS
CLOTHING-Fine, Mellum mid Commun,
Cloth.? ?nd Cusslinercs, '
Glove* nnd Crainte,
Fine I.-t Tw' Ctl?.
Brown Lhirn*, .lc
which ho pledge* ItliASCn* I" r tel I lotvor thnn any
?tiler hon*?in town for r:i,h.
NO. B '.'
Til li OX IA" STRICTLY
Uroccry mid Liquor House
Il II I? ? V DI! H s I ti S" R I?. UK* lome io.
, ?all Ide atti lilian of Ins II?IIIKI?<. uml tho
?nillir generally to Iii.-*
NEW AN?> WR?J?> ?K?jliC-iKI)
y jp STOCK OF
aoavy and Fancy Groceries
tlilcblie offer* lu* Tor CASU ONLY.
<S"JW AU rtrlicl?s warru ?if ed n* ri-cumicnded
?alT PuiesM?.i|:tiiiar Llijnt rs kobi ri<i-t?tmil?j
>? huncl. . " ' * 1 . '
J. II. I ; Ii MK li ART.
April 19 ' if
The tJnderaigned 1
tn.si'ivm-i LY min;,'! his sBRVtcrs
Land Surveyor,, ia Sum?
Al? ll a.-i HO"* o I li. .1 ( L . > ? . t ^iveii w.l! ri..', nv
?rompt ??lientii.il il ?.lil.--nil ' |>, M H. .MI m
?mic, or 1? rtraii -f.l 'ig>*1*. O < : . ?mi.lan.
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