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DXISS IN NBWUBUUY.
[?PHCi Al, TBLBBAM To TUB HEWlt.J .
COLUMBIA, September 21.
Tbe fui lowing particular? of tte late
difficulty io Laujcns and Newberry
Counties have been at lust received, and
ure as follows :
Last week, near Belmont, in . Noir
berry Couuly, James Chappell, by
request of Mr Moses Anderson, attempt?
ed to get a colored man off ot his (Mr.
Auderaon's) plantation. A wrangle eosu
cd during which Chappell wounded tho
colored man with a kuife. The matter
was arrauged satisfactorily, it seemed,
to all parties.
But uot so.- OD Sunday ? large
number of colored men met in tho
neighborhood of thc scone of tho difli
culty, und swore to kill Chappell and
buru his house
After a long deliberation, sixty of the
crowd went to Anderson's plnco, where
Chappell, Sattcwhitc and three other
whito men were, and told Sattewhito
they iutended to kill Chappell.
Tho fivo whito men armed them?
selves and advanced on thc colored men,
who moved off to another party of their
race who were ucar by.
Heating that the colored men were
under artus and making threats to kill
the whit men, thoy turucd out in large
numbers. Both parties bivouacked
within two miles ot each other. Sheriff
Paysioger was with tho whites.
Monday morning thc sheriff started
back to Newberry, taking Chappell nud
ono Henderson with him as prisoners.
Near Lougshorc's store, the sheriff
was stopped by a company of armed
colored men, who at first threatened
the sheriff and his prisoners, but finally
let them prucoed.
Beturuing Monday to Belmont, tho
sheriff met thc State constabulary loree,
with a large number of colored mcu al"
so, on their way to tho same place.
The sheriff sent these meu forward
with orders to disperse the colored men
ut Bulmout. He followed.
On thc way they met eight hundred
white men, weil armed and mounted,
who stated that they had gathered to
disperse Joe Crew's militia, whom thoy
had learned were on thc way front
La ure ms io reinforce thc colored men at
Thc sheriff then went to tho colored
men ut Belmont and asked them what
they wanted. They replied that they
The sheriff said they should have
justice, but thoy must give up thc sixty
men who had threatened tu kill Chap
They agreed to do this, but only
twenty three surrendered. With these
tho sheriff started Ufr Newberry.
Ou the way he was met by a largo
number of colored meu from the town,
led by a colored man who was wounded,
and who swore that one of thc sheriff's
po&scc hud shot him.
One ?-hot was then fired at the
sheriff's party by the colored men, but
no ou o was hurt.
The tweuty three prisoners were then
carried in town and kept under guard
until they gave bomls to appear for trial
before thc court, which is now in ses
Tho while men, after the arrrest of
thc prisoners, marched towards Edgc
liold County, to prevent thc large force
of colored men reported near ibu Saluda
Uiver from committing any depreda?
Thc Newberry Herald says: "The
negroes were wholly in wrong. If Mr.
Chappell committed an offence against
tho law iu striking a man who grappled
with him, to thc law recourse should
have been had. But this seems not
the advico of party or of the Bad'oul
leaders. Their purpose evidently is to
bring on a collision, and tho colored
people arc follish enough to bo lcd io
the trap. Wc dou't want this fight.
Wc deprecate it, and will go to all rea?
sonable lengths to prevent it."
Citizens carno to Columbia from
Maybinton to seo thc Governor about
tho threats of ono John Henderson,
trial justice, colored, who said that he
and his colored friends would kill thc
women and children if any negroes wcro
Thc Governor was civil to tho citi?
zens, but did nothing except to write a
letter to Henderson. Ile, however,said
that thus far he had only heard rumors,
but ns soon ns he could got tho facts
officially, he would submit them to thc
Secretary of War for orders.
Ile has ordered thc militia of New?
berry to drill only once a mouth bere?
Hubbard, .vito has boon flying back
and forth between Newberry and Col?
umbia for tho last few days, said to day
that uri M ??tl law might ta declared,
and if it bo, things will bo worso
(lian when Sherman passed tin >ugh?
HOI.? ?.1I.U TO ACCOUNT?
One mun, and one man alono, is rc?
spou.Mblo foi' whatever blood may bo
shed in this Stale up to tho time for
holding tho October elections. That
man is Hohei t Kingston, Scott (jovyrnor
ol' South Carolina.
Tho S ato waa profoundly quiet.
Whites and blacks wcro busily engaged
in tilling ?he soil, or were pursuing
iii" peaceful paths of tva lo. ' There was
nu thought ol' resistance to any lawful
million ty. Hud Mich resUtanco booti
attempted, I ho white people of the
Statu would have ii - ?:, ns one man. ut
*!:: <:i I td" fl'?: Oove.ri'or, lo "iilYu'CU nbc*
u'. III'U lo ::. : l.j'.vt ni' South l'.ii dio II.
mid tn ' ; , waru devoutly
piMyt'd fi r !.;. io's win !>. pimplo And
now ono man-shi* lieben King-Ion
Soolt - lhle:if(<!l" t '? whole SllltO Wttll
t lie honor* ul ci ? il war.
'?'lu-: nuning el tho colored militia,
nod Mic I'olusul ol arni" lo tho whito
v ito:.mies, wcro unerring iudiuatioiix nf
iho intentions of tho Scott party Nor
was any a limn pt ma le lo heh] tho no- I
gio soldiery In check or lo contrail) theil j
exc?teos. Thc oiitrugooiM conduct oil
tho Scull militia in Lamons, at Uud.H<
don and elsewhere, pasaos wholly miro
I) uk od. And Ibo officers ol' lilli militia
1.1*0 chosoii from uni o og the inosl tal.id
ol Scott's purtifririft Tho sold object
of (lie organization el the militia is to
evornwo und iuiiu.idato t It y wliitcs bo
fore (ho elections and on election day.
But tho white?, though they lovo ponce,
?nv roddy to fight for their r'mhis. Tin*
ftkirinuliing oven now is beginning, and
fur the conscquecces, jfthuev^r
may bu, Robert Kiugsto^fc cotfc m
held to strict account.
Tho whites moy lose
Scott's militia way bur
The best blood of tho
poured out by tho mid night assassin.
Dut, in any ovent, mon enougl^will re?
main in South Carolina to cxaot from
Robert Kingston Scott an eye for an
eye, h?d a tooth for a tooth. The old
Mosaic law is explicit enough :
"Whoso akeddeth man's blood, . by
man shall bis blood be shed I"-Char?
WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 28.
A. A. GILBERT - - -.EDITOR
The Sumter Watchman 7ias by
far thc largest circulation (espe?
cially in the surrounding country)
of any paper published in Sumter,
and teas established in 1850.
t&SF ** The only White Man's paper in
South Carolina" again inflicts two col?
umns upon us and tho public, in its at?
tempt to do tho utterly impossible, to wit :
toreooncilo its notorious inconsistencies
and its wonderful spasmodic and
periodical oscillations. It denies every?
thing, and itself only speaks tho truth.
But for tho faot that our attention
has beon specially direoted to one point,
wc should not have giren further notice
to any of its remarkable statements.
lu our late issue we stated that it
"dissolved connexion, (not long since)
with ?ts editor because his articles were
two strongly Democratic."
The New* says it was tho editor him?
self who dissolved the connexion, and
that "it icas by no meuns ou account of
? difference in their political opinions."
Tho card of the gentleman alluded to,
published iu tho Watchman of Sept.
22, 18G9, giving bis reason? iu detail
for his withdrawal, the whole burden of
which was political difference, cou tai ned
u noto to tho proprietors of thc News,
from which wo extract these words:
"Your unwillingness to. publish, now,
such political articles as I write, * *
re nd i rs it my duty to withdraw from
further connection with thc paper."
THICKS OF THIS RING.
Thc Scott-Moses tactics arc as various
if not as amusing, as thc antics of a
monkey. As each rising sun flashes
upon them fresh evidcuccs of their coin
iug defeat, they twist into some new
contortion, and put forth an extra trick.
Ono of these appears in tho form of a
nice suggestion on tho part of tho Scott
skirmishers, that a good tioket would be
Scott for Governor aud Butler for Lieu?
This is only another dodge, to split
up and divido tho honest men, and
tho conservative men, and tho true men
of thc country, and whilo tho Radical
Scottitcs vote solid, ta have tho Reform
clement vote so many different ways that
half thc anti Radical strength will bc lost
in tho election. Beware of these tricks
of the enemy, (under whatever guise ho
may appear) and let tho friends of a bet*
ter State government stand firmly togeth?
er aud whether they llko thc men or not,
as men, let them vote tho solid ticket,
as was done in tho Old North Stato,
and a similar victory will bo oura.
Even if some, mon are on tho Reform
ticket who may not bc unobjectionable,
yet there aro others who will bo with
thom who aro true as steel, pud who
will sec that the State shall tiuffer no
detriment. Let there bo no split tickots
on our side of the house. Is it not a rich
?dor? that General Butler would bo will?
ing to play Lieutenant Governor to
Dr. Scott-a man whom ho has every*
where denounced as unfit for a gentle?
man's society, and richly entitled to a
close acquaintance with prison disci?
pline ? Bah !
THE MISSOL'KI RADICAL*
ITave split, and aro running two State
Tickets. The Liberal Party, headed by
B. GRATZ BROWN, for Governor, pro?
claim? iu fuvor of general amnesty aud
a nonprotcctivo tariff. This party
has tho cooperation of Senator CAUL
Cliuitz. Thc ultra Radical party pro?
claims in fuvor of the ooutittued dis?
franchisement of one fourth of tho poo
plo cf Missouri, thai tho offioos of tho
.State may continuo iu tho hands ol
Thc ?St. Lewis Republican, undor the
head of " Obituary," says s "Tho Radi
cal party in Missouri is doad. The
Uopublican party lives.
Thc Memphis Avalanche, thus states
the notion and platform ol' tho Domo
oratio Stato Convention of Touno&ftco,
held at Ntt.-tbVtllo lust week :
Thc result of th? Gubernatorial Con
VCution will bc found in our full special
dispatch Ott elsewhere As anticipated,
Gen. Ut omi's nomination was by ne?
cltuiiatiou Tho platform is wholly
Xrttionul and Conservativo in its ohur
uot'T. No narrow, proscriptive sootioii?
alism pcors 'rom beneath it. Doad is
HU os uro ignorod. ft brou i hos no war
upon accomplished ?UoU, (t r* eogni/.os
only ?ive inities and goos Into tho earn*
pnign upon thom, lieu, lliowii'u pro?
nouuood viuWH uro in pei ?eel nouord
with tho platform. Hu would not
oihorwUe neve Rflooptod tl nomination,
und lite action whioh yesterday pl.?oed
him before tho people as a standard
hearer of Tonnoasoo Conservation will
bo overwhelmingly oudorsod at tho polls,
fl " I R?HE?MR&eptenS?ir 2U
At tb? D?lDOora(io $toto Cbnveutkhi
held hero 'to da/, Win. T. (Well \wns
elected permanent president. The fol?
lowing resolutions wore adopted : First^
a general mdictrn?nt'against (rio RVpub
Hean party j second, favoring free trado;
third, reform in ?ihfoirnal Toven?e mat-'
tors ; fotmh, dctroorwiftSTth*^ Cartgres*
at the downfall of Imperialism iotyanco,
and thov establishment of the French
Republic, also, tba establishment of
German unity.:slxTh, sympathizing with
tho people ol' Ire la* ti d\a'pd Cuba, and all
others who are struggling for liberty ;
seventh, calling for an extension of
olemeuoy to, prisoners arrested . for
violating tb? neutrality laws ; eighth,
endorsing the Canal Funding bill ; ninth,
endorsing the administration of Govern?
or Hoffman. John T. Hoffman was
unanimously renominated for Governor
A PAIR ELECTION.
In a conversation the other day, at
Orangeburg, Mr. Ransior said : "We
(meaning SCOTT, WUITTEMORB and
Company) will beat you (the Reformers)'
if we can get a fair election." If Mr.
Ransior wishes a fair election, why did
he not bavo one of the three Commis?
sioners of Election appointed in each of
the counties seleotcd from the respecta?
ble portion of the peoplo ? Why did
R. K. SCOTT appoint threo fourths ot
their candidates for election on his own
ticket, and all of them his own creatures,
determined to keep their miserable
Ring in office ? Governors, who desire
fair elections, are generally in- the
habit of appointing Commissioners or
Mauagers from representatives of both
parties. Gov. SCOTT'S couduot, in this
respect, is unprecedented in the annals
of Republican government, and Mr.
RanBier's talk about a fair election
simply boah. Let bim be content, he
shall have a fuir election, and tho lie
form party will have a fair oount, despite
tho obstacles that this Ring have thrown
in tho way.
TUE EXCURSION TO C1NCINNATT1?
Wo enjoyed tho gratification yester?
day ot renewing our acquaintance with
Gen. R. II. Andcrsou, tor the first timo
in the past forty years. Sitico the late
war, through which ho served to gal?
lantly, Gen. Andor.-ton hus boen mainly
engaged in plaining, but with it, within
two days pust wo wero pleased to learn,
has become connected for a time at least
with the South Curolitin Rail Hoad. At
the instance of A'ice Fiesidbut, A.
L Tyler, of thc Carolina Rond, General
Audorson, ut the time of his visit at
this office, was endeavoring to ascertain
who of tho press, of ouroitizous, and of
the Chamber of Commerce and Board
of Trado of this city, intended attend?
ing thc great Commercial Convention to
bo held in tho city of Cincinnati within
a week's time. This information was
noocssury, becausoof tho fact that Vice
President Tylor is ready to equip ex*
cursionists for tho trip us soon at ho
can learn who will unite lu it. Wc
trust thc representation from Charles?
ton will be largo, and although it h
about the end of the conitucrcitl year,
with provision dealers particularly, and
payments with them are heavy, we feel
atisfiod that tho.se of our merchants
who can, will attend lilli! greatly impor?
tant Convention. A special train boor,
ing tho excursionists over tho Green
Line, will, wo understand, Icavo tho
the South Carolina Kail Rond depot
next Monday. Some of our most prom?
iucnt rall road men, citizens and mer?
chunts, will avuil themselves of this
train, and expeot altogether to enjoy a
very pleasant aud instructive time.
Any furthor information in regard to
this delightful excursion, and useful
commercial reunion and assooiation, can
be obtained of tho Executive officers of
tho South Carolina Rail Road Company
at their offioos in John ntroot.
[Prom the Carolina Spartan.]
GOOD NEWS FROITI ORANGEBURG.
Ma. EDITOR ;-A lady fr ora Orango
burg recently told nie thc people there
say everything dopend* on the up
country, as they will go almost unani?
mously for Carpenter, both white aud
colored, where ho used to preside I
know some old :uen who have not gone
to un election for years, are going to thc
coming ono, and will vote for Reform.
Reidvillo, S. C.
W. ?. CARSON
A DEAD RIAN COMES TO X.IF?S
Yesterday morning, a native of thc
Emerald Islo, residing u eur tho Seventh
street wharf, died-to all appearances
-aud some few of his friends woro
invited to tho wake lust night, among
thom n young mau temporarily employ?
ed as a watchman at ott? of the hotels
near Seventh Kltoct, and who is known
by tho name of u Willie" The others
having withdrawn, "Willie" was lek
alone with his ohurgo a few minutes,
anti amused himself by exam i tiing sonto
pictured on tho wall. Hearing n noise
tn the dead man's direction tho watch?
man turn uti und wit? surprised to see
tho corpse (?) sitting bolt upright in
tho collin, with au astonished look at
th?> position ia which ho found himself.
This wits enough for thc watchman,
who immediately mada a spring through
tho second .story window, taking with
him tho lower s tah, but for tu na te ly not
injuring himself much, and bo made
good duo up Sovouth street to the
hotel, whoro ho related what had hap?
ponod, and on being uskud what thc
corpse ;.iid, replied that he did not
slop to see. Later in tho night he was
induced to roturo to the houso, to fin
loll "the Woko," but finding that they
had taken tho cotpso from his "wooden
overcoat" and woro making his joints
stipplo by rubbing, ho rein ru od to the
liotol, This morning it is reported that
the dead man U getting along \y?H? with
n prospect ol a long lifo before him.
Washington (l>. 0.) Mar, Sept. \M;
>. . . ... -lt , ?, !
"Uty?'CAINKD A J) PU RB Atf A M LY." ls
tho reputation of Suitor Ritter*, thegro.it South
cm Tonic, nj u etooiacldo nntl appetlzor-try
OOM, long ?nd
f)ljora*ly kiipwn fer Rs rilfj^ility, promptness,
anergy ?nd enietpfise. They k*ep OD hand a
large sind well solee ted a took of ovory article in
their line of business. Their birg? stock is kept
wp hp. a tess I Importations asd sw peeps rsdcAaU
seasons of the year to fill orders, large or email,
.-'fry* <<*tWrs, Diabiit- Ir? th* country, cab
>PP?cUxiiolhlrf ?took fromJ tb? '."Bouse^npo? rsa
Northern markets. . ai! > .r>uin .
J This hemso has acquired a djeservesjry high
rep u tat ?ea, at both the wholesale and retail de?
partment o? -the concern- With fall ?Ad oompUta
.stocks of ?Tory article usually kept In their line
pf business, gentlemanly proprietors, eoartsous,
nccommedaling clerks, and low prices; their large
and egVeoairia trad o ,is rapidly increasing. Par?
ticular reference ia asked to their advertisement.
STOPPARD* C0. !
. This old and popular House ls doing* thriv?
ing business. Their stock is ?argo and woll 80
leetad. Country Dealers would do woll to try
them before going North or elsewhere.
Seo advertisement elsewhere.
WILLIAM L. WEBB.
The new advertisement of this old and well
established business house appear in another
Mr. W. Is ? reliable, enorgetle and enterpri?
sing gentleman, and deserves tb* patronage of
?SS? The many friends of Mr. THOMAS II AIR
respectfully announce bim as an independent
candidate for a seat in tho Legislature from
Sumter County, and ?elicit for bim the support
April 13, 1870.
F1VB CENTS ADDITIONAL.
will buy shoes with silver or eoppor tips, which
will save the prico of a new pair of shoes. Coin?
pured with rugged too? and dirty stockings, tboy
are beautiful, to say the least. Purents, try it.
DIED at Sumter, S. C., on 10th inst., PAULINE.
QRIMBALL, child of James D. and Leonora
M. Standing, agod three months and sixteen
?1HE REGULAR MONTHLYCOMMUNICA
, TION OF CLAREA. ONT LODGE, NO ?4,
A.*. F.*. M.*. will be boldon Thursday evening,
Oot. 0, 1870, at 7 o'elook.
Ry order of
E. C. GREEN, VT.'. M.\
T. V. WALSH, Socretnry.
Sup?, 23 ^ MwsassssTiissnssvassi
WEDNESDAY next, 5th October, bolng a
Holiday, ray storo will bo dosed on that day.
A. A. SOLOMONS.
Sum?<3r, Sopt. 28._ _
TO THE PLANTERS,
Tho tinders.gncd has located himself at tho
(he Store of Messrs. GREEN A WALSH, whero
ho will be glad tu seo the planters of Sumter
County. Tho WANDO FERTILIZER will be
furnished as heretofore, and advances made (if
roquired) on Cotton shipped to Cburloston. Call
and seo me.
Sept ld ELISHA CARSON.
YOU COME AT ONCE AND
EXAMINE FOR YOURSELF ?
will bo to yoar interest. Here aro Boots, Shoes
and overy style ?nd site of covering for tho feet
of man or maidon, sprightly boy or rosy chocked
little girl, ?nd even tho babies esn be suited
You need not
unless yon Uko the goods I chow you. lloro nru
also TRUNKS, RETICULES, VALISES,
SATCHELS, BB USS EL BAGS, ENAMEL
SACKS and SARATOGA TOY TRUNKS.
may wael a Trunk suited for Lad ios' work, und
here yon can find it
your satisfaction. And if yon make or repair
Boots and Shoes, here is tho place to buy Loath?
er, French and American Calf Skins, Qoat and
Moroooo, Split loather, Russots, Oak and Hem
lock Solo Loather. Therefore whon yon
about what I have, como and eiaraino the
Blaoking, Brushes, Shoo Findings, Ac, which I
can furuisb, wholesalo or rolail, at prices to
make it an object.
ia also a faot-: I have a lot of HATS at cost to
close Invoioe. Call at
OPPOSITE J. T. SOLOMON'S.
SION OF THE BIO BOOT.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITE
hor friends, and particularly tho
Indio- of Slimier and coii.mu*
niiy to cull and examino
Hor Rich and Beautiful Stock
and Fancy Goods.
Having Selected lier gotWU personally, nud
willi ?reut rato, in tho Now Yntfc nnd Ralilmoro
markclM, ?hu fr.ol* coulidont of pleasing all, both
ns regards quality, itv lo and prljo. As usual,
th*ro ara many novelties for the season,
.M.IS?JJllITT0N -U "'inplied with a FIKST
CLASS MILLINER, and tx DRESS MAKER,
from Ballimore, who aro woll qualiflrd for the
business, '/ho fashions procured in Now York.
.L'ulioa, dall nm)ipavq your Drossos und Hats
lund? in (ho laics I stylus.
I'oper pattern* of Drosses, Sacques and oilier
articles ol' dross may bo had.
At tho New Storo noxtto J. T. SOLOMONS
Wo b?g to Inform ?or friands, patron* and all cititens of Sumter, and tba adjoining ?oantlea
-?.Hai wo havt? op-?i a. larg? ~m.~~.~-.-*?? ~-.^^???.^.-.,.^^. .(
_ AT J?0. 381 KIN? 8TJUEET,_^
next door to'our i ?tall store, whore we will abow a full assortment of ebaanDBT OCODS, at Ute
loweat Ogures for OA8B or city acceptance.
Tili? arrangement ia eapeeially conree lent for cpuntr/ boyera, beth ladies and gestleenen.
1st Be I*e t all /our pico? geode at wholoaule j thon tlsit the retail atora ans] ha va'?ll of your
goods packed in one box.
I Wa guaraiHee io al.ow th? lar**?*, atoek an? at j wt aa low ggaees) sway ba fs-i la i tbo*~o4ty.
Be sure and examine our stock (before you leake up your bill) at No? 2Sf King street,, . -t<
STOLL, WEBB ft CO.
ila. JOUR G. A DA us i I with us, and will lo alway a ?n band, ready to gire bia friend? and ac?
quaintances ovary attention possible.
Respectfully, BTOLlr, WEBB A CO.
Sept 28-6m . .>.......
FALL AND WINTER
J am now receiving a Large and
Completo Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CL0TUS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS,
Kentuckey Jean?, of low grados and very
Gloves and Cravats,
ALSO A FULL SUPPLY AND VARIETY OF
3EK J3L "3P
These Qoods I mn determined to sell 'ower
than they can bo bought in this market. Doal
ing in this line alone, I nm enabled to do this.
I only ask my old friends to call and examine,
and if they do uot find my goot'.s cheaper, I will
not expect thom to buy.
D. J. WINN, Agent.
HO FOR BARGAINS
Cheap Variety Store.
Ho bu? just roturnod from Now York with a
Ano selection of
Fancy Goods, Toys, Confiec
Great Bargains Offered (be Ladies
Everybody-Young and Old, Lillie and Big, !
will bo forved to bu-1 <if my ability.
Tea at $1,25 per pound?
THOSE SPLENDID SCRUBS at 60c. caoh.
Sept 28-6m_F. A. FOLSOM.
John F. Taylor & Co.
SfJCCUSSOUS TO CAMI?UON Ac CO.
Engineers, Boiler-Makers, &c.,
Nos. 4, 6, 8, 10 & 12 PlUTCHARDSt.
(NF.AR THE DJIY DOCK),
CHARLESTON, SO. CA?
Steam Engines and Boilers,
MARINB, STATIONARY A PORTABLE
Rice Treshers, and Mills of
Shafting Pullies and Gearing.
Iron Fronts for Buildings,
Castings of every kind
in Iron or Brass.
Wc guarantee to furnish Engines
and Boilers of as good qual?
ity and power, and at
as low rates as can
be had in
New York, Baltimore or Phila?
JUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOV?
ERNOR AND STOP VALVE,
whioh aro put ou all of our Engines.
130 Mooting Street,
62 East Ray Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. E. ADOER & CO.,
IMI'OHTF.UH OF AND DEALERS IN
CUTLERY, GUNS, BAR IRON, STEEL,
J. E. Adgor,
A. Mci). Drown,
E. D. llnltlnaon,
0. ll. Moffctt,
J. A>lgor Smyth,
H. A. Smyth.
GEO. W, WILLIAMS & CO*
F AC TO KS,
Proprietors Carolina Fertilizer.
CHARLESTON, S. O.
WILLIAMS] BIRNIE & co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, N.Y.
Liberal Adratiei ?> mudo on Colton and Produco
chipped to ii s in Cli;iikvion or New York.
Agents for Hoard's Lurk, Eureka omi Huckin
Tlo, lintier and Swott's Tios.
E. B. STODDARD & CO ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
At Manufacturers' Prices,
165 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL
E7.IUUKLD. STODDARD,) p. ... fl p
CALEB FRONKOEHOER. J cn????l0,>> s- c
Sopt 38- 3m
Wm. G. WHILDEN & GO.
HAVE REMOVED THEIR
WHO LES ALE ORO CHERT, CHINA
FROM No. 137 MBBTINO STREBT TO No. 29
.xtendtog through to No 62 MARKET STREET |
entrance on both street*.
Mr. W. S. LANNBAU will haye the WHOLE?
SALE DEPARTMENT especially under bis
charge, and Mr. STEPHEN THOMAS, Jr., will
bo found at the RETAIL STORE, No. 265
KINO STREET, corner Beaufaio, and will
manage that branch.
Our eastomers and friends will find a com?
pleto ASSORTMENT OF OOODS at both
Stores at REASONABLE RATBS.
Wu. G. Wm LD EN, S. THOMAS, Ja.,
W. S. LANRBAV.
CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
No. 29 HA Y NE STREET,
No. 02 MARKET STREET.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
CUT AND PRESSED GLASS,
CROCKERY AND CHINA
No. 526 KING STREET,
For sale by
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN A CO.
FARMERS FERTILIZER CO. .
Office- 20 nyano Street
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN,
"Great Carolina Marl-Bed,"
A Popular and Scientific View of their Origin,
Gonlogicnl Position and Ago. Also, Their
Chemical Character and Agricultural Value.
Togothor with a History of their Discovery and
Dovolopment. Having six colored plates. By
Promisor F. S. Holmes, of Charleston, S. C.,
(One of tho Discoverers.)
THIS WORK IS~NOW IN PRESS
and will be shortly published. Apply at
HOLMES' BOOK HOUSE, King Street.
I, Reasons for Publishing this Pamphlet; 2,
Scientific Terms and popular Namos.
3, Names given to the Phosphate. Rocks; 4,
Earliest Notice of Phosphate Rocks.
6, Geological History and Order of Succession
of the Fossiliferous Rods of the Charleston Basin,
witb colored illustrations.
6, Eocene Ruhrstone or Silicifled Shell-Forma?
tion; 7, Molocene lieds.
8, Pleiocene Beds ; 9, Post-Pleiocene Beds; Age
of tho Phosphate Rooks.
10, Phosphate-Rook Basins, the pro-historio
age of ma*
II, Recent or Historical Age ; 12, What are
Fossils and Petrofaotions.
13, Origin of the Phosphate Rooke, with od?
14, How tho Nodulos Were converted into
Phosphate Rooks, with oolored plate ; 15, ?'Fish
Bed of the Charleston Basin."
16, The "Great Carolinian Marl Bod ;" 17,
Comparison of Marls assooiatod with tho Phos,
hate Rock and those not thus associated.
18, Comparison of the Santee, Cooper, and
Ashley Marls ; 19, Green Sands.
20, Uso of Ground or Raw Phosphates as a
Fertiliser; 21, Dlsoovery and Development of the
Carolina Phosphates ; 22. When and how the
Rook was first found ; 23, Discovery of the Rooks
24, Disoovery of stone arrow-heads and stone
batohot ; 25, Human bones taken from the samo
bed ; M, Coprolites in caverns or pockets ; 27,
Lotter of Professor Holmes, September 17th,
1868, recapitulating the history of the Caroli?
na Phosphates an tholr valuo as ascortainod,
28, Letter of Dr. Pratt In reply ; 20, Who aro
30, Why the discovery was not made long ago ;
31, What bas been done in this new department
of commeroe, and what is now being done
towards the development of tho South Carolina
31, List of organised Companies engngod in
mining nnd manipulating these rooks, with cards
of ouch Company
Applications for copies may be rondo at
HOLMES' BOOK HOUSE, Kingstreot. To
tb oso ' Companies who subscribo for 200 copies
or more, a discount will bo mudo.
J. M. EASOtT. T. O. EA80N.
NASSAU AND OO LUM I) US STREETS
Charleston 8* C*
MARINE, PORTABLE, STATIONARY.
Boilers of all Classes.
Rico Pounding Milis,
Rice Trcshlng Mills,
' Phosphate Washers,
SAW MILLS, FLOUR MILLS,
J. M. EA SON A BRO.
WILLIAM L. WEBB,
WEBB & SAGE,
SUCCESSORS TO CAMBRON, WBBB A 00.,
! IMPORTER OF
China, GI ass and Earthenware,
NO 188 MEETING STREET,
(oatt oooa FROM BAsat, at.,)
( MARLESTON, S. C.
J&r Will supply country Morohnnts with
Goods, In his line, at as,low rates M. they oan
buy tn New York ?if elsewhere. " .*.' 1
... ill. . . ;
THE.SXJB^ORJtBEjRS BEG TO]
nnuounce to the people of '
Sufnler and vicinity,
that wo are'fio w
THE CHEAPESTSTOOK OF
Goods in every Line?
That bas ever been offered" for sale
in Ibis Market since the War*
Oor?enior Partner devoted much time and
attention to the selection of these goods, and
made it bia business to find out where the best
bargains, of reliable quality, could be obtained.
In this way we are prepared to
We invite the attention of buyers to the fol?
lowing, whioh embrace but a few of the goods
and prices of our stock, and ask all to
Call andeee for themselves he/ore making
BROWN SUGAR, 12Jo. per lb.
Best C. Coffoe Sugar, 15c. por lb.
Molu8sos, GOo pr gal, by the bbl, 45o.
Lard, 20c pr lb,
Cheese, Beet quality 20c pr lb.
Candles, 20c pr lb, by the small box.
Good Family Sonp, loo pr lb, by the box 8c
Coffee, a good article, 25c pr lb.
Choico Hyson Tea, $1 pr Cb.
Choice Oolong ? $1,60 ?
Choico English Breakfast Tea, $1,26 pr lb.
Flour, $7, to $10 pr bbl.
(Oor Flour was bought at tho time of the
groatost declino in prices since tho war)
Of all kinds at rcdnccd prices.
? FINE ASSORTMENT OF
AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
Candy, 30o pr R>, best quality.
Faney Groceries of all kiuus.
3Ln iquor sa
Pure Whiskey, of good quality, at 60o pr qt
Wines and Liquors, of all kinds at low prices.
A Fine Stock of Tobacco, Snuff ?nd Sc
gars, and a Choice Assortment of Pipes
BOUGHT FROM THE IMPORTERS.
Coates' Cotton, genuine, $1 por dov.
Best "English" Needles, 6o per poper.
Shirtings, 10o por yard, heavy, 12 Jo
Good Calicos 12 Je por yd.
Good DoLains, fashionable styles, 25o per yd
Dress goods, of all kinds.
Empress Cloths, GOc per yd.
Kid Gloves, all colors, 75c.
A lino stock of heavy goods.
Kentucky Joans, 10?}o to 20c pr yd.
Blankets, $2,2jo pr pair.
Fancy Goods, CoMnrs and Cuffs.
Laces, real and imitation.
Ribbons, Hnir Nets, now stylos.
Waterfalls, Puffs and Rolls for tho bair.
India Rubbor goods.
A SMALL BUT SELECT STOCK OF
Real French Perfumery,
Soaps, Powder, &c.
Furohased from tho agonts of tho Paris Manu?
facturers, at tho lowest prioes for cash.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT, SELECTED
WITH GREAT CARE.
A Splendid Stock of Guns,
mr JQLW inn* cssL
.JCSRs JCJfc. -JL jjBSP ?
OF THE NEWEST STYLES, EMBRACING
"LOTH AIR," &o.
Cheap Hats at 60 ots.
Boots and Shoes,
A now.and ohoap Supply.
Loather of all. kinds?.
CARPETS, DRUGGETS, AND RUGS,
GOOD BRUSSELS CARPETS nt $1 60 por.
STRONG HEMP CARPET yard, wide, at 60 ots
per yard. , ,
Ohoap and Good Clothing, q< vi
We'Intend to sell'our goods Low for Cash.
They have bflcnvb ought ai the. lowest wholes al?
prices, and we' Irtt?nd giving our customers the
benefit of our bargains, so a? to establish the
reputation of a CHEAP'. AND H It MAU LU
HOUSE. . n ?I -viii fi'J 'to : .. .
? I fflOIi MO,
Sept 28 SUMTER, S, C.
. ;?.'.;:: \ i ? 'J . >* .'. .>i
FALL AND WINTBE
We have received a Full Line
_ . of all kinds of
FALL AND WINTER 600D8,
wbich we are offering at popu.
lar prices, consisting of
FANCY GOODS, CROCKER!
SADDLERY and HARNESS,
BO?TS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS, &c, ie.
Staple and Fancy
j ?f all kinds, (Except Liquors.)
ASSORTMENT OF DRESS GOODS In Tm
At GREEN A WALSH'S
OP ALL KINDS. THE LATEST 8TYLK.
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
NEW STYL.E HOOP SKIRT
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Shawls and Cloaks,
At GREEN & WALSH'S.
AND HATS, of nil kinds,
At OREEN A WALSH'S.
AND WHIPS, of burt quality,
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
AND HARDWARE, nt retail and ?boleo!?,
At GREEN A WALLU'S.
BY PURCHASING THE NON EXPLOSIVE
KEROSINE LAMPS, to be bad only
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Wo aro prepared to pay tbo IIIGIiKt"
CASH PRICE FOR COTTON, OR SUI?
AND HOLD WHEN DESIRED, waking
CASH ADVANCES ON SAME.
Green & Walsh,
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE
OF CORN, BACON, LARD, HAMS AND
RUTTER, COFFEE, TKA and fiUOAB,
_ A( GREEN A WALSU^
J?LOUR. SALT, MOLASSES and
At GREEN A WALSHS.
O' F WHITS aOODS, ?tojS? JlrfT*
and DRESS GOODS, Ja? '<*clv9tt
toolshlngljr lowness, Q^^JfAi^
He* York Exchange.
BOUGHT AND SOLD BY
Bwgaios ia Remnant*
A, (WEEK * I?*1'8"'