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The Suinter Wi
eSmWr All Transient AdrerUsesScsit*, **? ?ll
jobWork ?Mt be P?l? f|>*Jino??hJ-W? will
ft*observed without dlitluoUon. . Hrtiirl||H?i
?rs also Pt>/?bl?ia ad?ano?.
?*- Applications for Job Work will ko
st the omee, *o Taos. B. FivowiM.
Tbs WATCH*** books ara la tbs keeping of W.
V PAXTO*. who will receipt for monies du? a*d
.ttsad to all matters cooneoted with the Advar
tlsiag or Hahscrlptlon dspartmenU. , .
?sr Ocr Advertising friends sr* requested to
"?din their favors not later tba* Monday.
TO ?UH PATHONI,
We earueat l> request those Indebted
to the IKtifcAman to make payment.
We ask that the small amounts due na'
be paid so soon aa ? portion of the orop
is sold. There are many on our booka
?bose names must be (reluctantly)
BtrickeD ott, unless they pay up arreara.
Please friends remember these little
natters, and oome up promptly.
The Sub-oouituitteea of the Union
Reform Party, of the different preoioota
o?Sumter County, aro requested to meet
the Contra! Executive Committed at
Sumter, oo Saturday next, 8th inst., at
12 o'clock, A. M.
The presence of all indicated ie earn?
estly urged. Sumter, Oct. 6th, 1870.
Our "umbrel." It bar' . name
written upon it-all in wErty?.'No,'har
boriog" if you please.
lg. The oitizenB of Sumter County,
white and black, are respectfully re?
quested to attend a political mass meet?
ing to be held at Sumter Court House,
OD Friday, 10 o'clock, A. M., the 7th
of Oct. 1870.
THE BLACK CITIZENS
of Sumter County.
ia?, Sub -Committee, Concord Town?
ship, Union liefortn Party :
E. J. Shaw, Chairman-Lauronce
Seymour, J. A. Fullwood, Benjamin
Seamour, (colored,) Thomas Pringle,
We are indebted to Dr. WM. TUTT,
President, through E. H. Guy, Score?
tary, for a card complimentary, to the
fi rat grand annual Fair of the Cotton
States Mechanics and Agricultural Fair
Association, which will open at Auguste
Geo., October 25, and continue for five
We learn that the Kail Road Depot
at Lynchburg, the morea of Messrs.
FURSTENBURO and MOORE & BUDDIN,
and a considerable quantity ot cotton,
were destroyed by fire on Monday night
lust. Cause of the fire uuknowu.
Tho splendid advertisement of tin
popular establishment, published on
auoihor column, in the ubseuco of
notice like this, would attract the at?
tention of our readers generally. But
we take pleasure in making special
reference to it, as characteristic of the
spirit of liberality whioh marks the con?
duct of the business ofthat house.
THE SUIVIT KR ROOK STORE.
This establishment has boon conuid*
erably enlarged, and many new and
valuable books have been added to the
stock, besides fancy articles, and a gen?
eral variety of stationery. Prices low
F. H. FOLSOM.
The advertisement of Mr F. HALTOM
FOLSOM, which appears in our columns
to day, informs the public that ho has a
stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Spectacles, &e., now on hand. We take
pleasure in commending him to public
patronage, as a young man worthy of
confidence and support.
BETHEL BI RUB SOCIETY*
We are requested to state that the
next Annual Meeting of the Bethel
Bible Society will be held at Bethel
Churoh, (Sumter Circuit) on the fourth
Sabbath of tho present month of Oct
The annual Sermon will be preaohed by
Rev. H. M. MOOD, and a collection
taken up in aid of thc cause. The
friends of the Bible generally are in?
vited to attend.
The Court of Common Pleas and
General Sessions for Sumtor County,
Judge JOHN T. GREEN presiding, is
now in session.
Judge GREEN commands the respect
and confidence of all parties. Tle is
both honest and able, and dispatches
business with facility.
There is considerable business on the
sessions, or criminal side. The civil
business bofore the term is comparatively
Solicitor SAMUEL T. ATKINSON is in
attendance, wo aro pleased to see, in
good health and spirits..
norn io ID if^
A difficulty occurred at Sumter, on
Wednesday night last, between EDOAR
liisiioi? and CHARLES ROBINSON, two
colored men, which resulted, tho next
?*J, in the death of the former. Th?
deceased was stabbed in four places-tlx
mortal wound being in the left lung,
?esr the heart. ROBINSON was commit?
ted to jail, to await bia trial.
Tho verdiot of the jury of inquest*
C. M HURST, Coroner-was as follows:
"That the s*id BDOAR BISHOP oamo
to his death from wounds inflicted by
some sharp instrument, supposed to be
to the hands of one OHABLKS ROBIN
OPINION OF OOUM8JBI*
?a ???rta? to wutfrm ?r ?.??>?*
Oo??eu or *??at?r.
?nd Warden? of tb? Ton? of Bo m Ur, nutter twl
There U no express provision ta tb* ?harter ?fe i
th? .abject, .nd .h. ,."tWn ts not ??v?7?? 1
fro? doublt wy ?w? opRHoB U, that tbi pt?!
?.nt member? of the Oeenrit will es**?, ?Jd th**
of their sueecceors ?Itt commence aa ?eon aa the
.tojMoo ia declared. , v . .
Th? Ac* of 1JM4 AS stat 454) ?ad UM aaued
ment, thereof eonuined la tb? ?ot of February
*?. ?r?,?eiUtlr?i? the preeenl charter of tb*
Town ot dealer.. Tba member, of tb? presea*
Connell wer? emoted oe the 2d Monday iq J?n
nary lett, nader the Aot of ISM, and that Aot
do?, ow ta express uru,,, declare wh?n th?
tera* of ?flee of a nen ir elected Connell- .bo o ld
oommanee, or nben it should axpire. Th? otb
Section however, provided that the election for
Intendant and Wardens, should be bald anaoaily
on the 2d Monday lo January, end tb? 3 4 ti
Section vested all the rights .powers Ac, created
by the Aot, in the weimera of tho Council In
office'at the time ^ lu passage (December 20,
18?0) until the *?ad Monday in January thereaf?
ter, "being" as tho section goes on to declaro,
"the ead of their term of offioe, at whlob time
?nd at ?ll future ?looilons an Intendant ?nd
four Wardens shall be elected for said Town,"
and construing these two soe tiona together, it ? la
plain to our mind tbat lt was tho intention of
the Aot of I860, tbat the term of the offloera or
tb? Counoil to be ?looted on the 2nd Monday io
January lo every year, should commence with
their election ?nd should terminate with tb?
eUotioo of their successors on the 2nd Monday lu
January thereafter. By the Otb Section or the
Aotcf February. 1870, the time for adding tb?
election is ohanged from the ad Monday of Jan?
uary, to the 2d Monday of October in ?very year
and by the 16th Section of the same Aot, the 84th
Section of the Aot of I860, is ropealed. A moni?
oipal corporation ls but an Agent of th? ?tate
Government, created for tba purpose of aiding
its prinoipal In the discharge of its duties, esp?,
oially those relating to police. lu charter ts tn
the nature of a simple power of attorney, and its
officers are like sub-agents, having no vested
right, in ?ny constitutional sente, in th? tenure
of their offloes. Th? Legislature of th? Stat?
may deal witb the charter of the corporation aa it
pleases. It may alter or mollify its provisions
or abolish thom altogether, at its mere will and
pleasure, and in like muriner, it may extend or
reduce the term of iu offivers, or deprive them at
any time of tboir ofltcos, with or without aa elec?
tion ; ?nd perhaps, the only restriction which
constitutional law imposes upon the ezerolse of
this absolute power, is where vested private rights
of property bave been acquired by contraot under
the authority of tho oharter. These the Legltdu
turo cannot divest, nor oven Impair, but with
this exception whenever a question arises as to
whether achango bus buen made ia the obarUr,
or in the tenure of office of the corporate officers,
by legislative enactment-lt is simply a question
of construction-what does the cnaotment mean 7
As we have already said, there ls no express
provision in the charter, either in the Aot vf
1866, or the Amendments of 1870, fixing a period
for the commencement ?nd expiration of the tona
of office of the Intendant ?nd Wardens, and it is
only by interpretation that we have rescued the
conolusiun tbat tho Act of 1866, intended it to
oommonco at om eleotion, and end at the noxt,
the election being fixod by tho same Act, for the
2d Monday in January. When thereforo the
Legislature by the amendment of lb/0, changed
the time for holding the election and at the same
timo* repealed so much of tho Aot vf 1806, aa In
di outed thu 2d Monday in January, as the time
at wbicb the term of offioe was to commc'nee and
end, is It not plain that it intended to ohange the
time (rom that day to the day at which the eleo?
tion was now to be held. What othor object
could there have been in repoaling tho 34th Seo
tion of the Act of 1866-a Section wbioh had
ceased to have any operation except for tho pur,
poso mentioned-that ts for the pul pose of indi
eating the 2d Monday in January, as the day for
the commencement of the term of office of newly
elected inembors of tho Council. It would have
been botter if tho Aot had contained an express
provision on tho subject, but still we think the
intention is sufficiently clour.
Upon the question whether a valid election can
bo held on tho 2d Monday in Ootobor next, vr at
any othor limo, until there has been further legi?
lotion on the subject, wo have little, if any doubt.
The 0th Section of tbe Aut of 1870, provide? that
the Intemlnnt and Wurdons nf the Town of Sum?
ter "shall bo elected on the 2d Monday in October
of every year," und the 10th Section after provi?
ding numngxt othor things, timi tho Intendant
and Wardens for tho time being, ?hall give ton
days publie notico of the time and pince of hold?
ing tho election, and shall appoint three members
of the corporation as Manager* of the election,
Ac, contains two provisos-tho first, declaring
that, at tho first election to be hold after tho pas
sage of the Act (26th February, 1870) the Clerk
of the Court. Ac, nindi givo tho ten days public
notico aforesaid, and *ho second, "thia at the first
election held after the passage of this Aot, the
following tinco inembors of tho said corporation
shall constitute tho Managers thereof." It is
manifest, therefore, that there can be no election
under this Aot on the 2d Monday in Ootober. Tho
Legislature in effect provided that the first elec?
tion after the passage ol this Act, should bo bold
by Managers to be appointed by itself, but failed
to make the appointment, leaving the blank for
the na mos of tho Managors, in the second proviso,
It seems to ns, thereforo, that the present mem?
bers nf the Council will be entitled to bold over
anlil under further legislative action, a valid
election shall bo held-the Intention of tho char,
ter by necessary implication, being, that the
members of ono Council shall bold until their
successors are elected.
RICHARDSON A SON.
Sept. 2?lh, 1870.
In thc pursuit of knowledge follow it where
ever it is to be found-like furn, it is the pro
duoo of all climates ; and Uko coin, its circula?
tion is not restricted to nny particular olass.
Tho knowledge of a curniivi can only bo obtain
ed by a practical test, and thousands who have
ossnved that, wrlto in commending tho ''Old
Wireman's Cryatalizod Worm Candy-never
Jp3S" If you want to buy Harness, Saddles,
Trunks, Valises, Bags, Satchels, Collars, Hames,
Chains, Biding bridles, Martingales, Whips,
Spurs, Carry-combs, Horse-bru shes, Feather
brushos, Axle-grease, Oil, Leather, Saddlery
Hardware, and all Goods kept In a first class
Saddlery Establishment, call at J. S. TOPBAU A
Co.'p., No. 8 South Front Street, Wilmington,
The Five Dollar Sewing Machine purchased
hy mo, January, I860, from tho Family Sewing
Maohine Company, 86 Nassau-8treet, N. Y. has
been in almost constant use ever since. It bas
not been out of or 1er once. Hus cost nothing
for repairs, and I (Ind lt ?imple and reliable tn
operation, and always ready to sew. Those
friends of mine whn use them with tko new im?
provements are very much pleased. The ono I
have I would not part with.
MRS. ANN W. CUTnBURT,
428 West 36th Street, Non Tork.
Aug 31-_ _ 8m
A TORPID SYSTEM.
Somotlmes, without any assignable cause, the
physical strength and animal spirits give way
and a strange torpor falls alike on the body and
otelleot Thoro is little or no pain perhaps, but
ibo natual vigor and elasticity of tho nervous
ind muscular system seems to have departed, nnd
?n indifference to tho pleasures of life, and even
>f its grave responsibilities, takes the pisco nf that
inmost Interest in both wbicb characterizes every
nell balanced mind when in a healthy condition.
This state of partial collapse is often the pre
nonitory symptons of some sorious malady. It
indicates unmistakably that the viul poners ar?
an-uisblng and need a stimulant. In suoh cases
bo effect of a few doses of H statler's Stomaoh
Bitters is wonderfully beneficial. The great tonio
wakes up tho system from its drowse. The se?
cretions and the circulations receive a>
new impetus. The rolazed nerves re
lover their elasticity under the operations of
ibo specific, Ilk? the slackened strength of a
ntiskal Instrument in the process of tuning.
IVetbargy and debility aro replaced by energy
ind vigor? tb* spiriU rise, and life that almost
teemed a burden while tb* season of depression
lasted, becomes once more enjoyable. Tbat snob
i radioal ohange should be produced by a rem
.dy entirely devoid of the powerful alkaloids ?nd
minerals so extensively nsed in modern nraetl**,
nay seem incredible to those who pin their faith
>n the medicinal efficacy of aettve poisons, bat
If these skeptics will take the trouble to enquire
of those who have tested the oorreotive and al?
ternative virtues of tb* Bluers uod*r tbeclreum
?anee? deeeribed, they will lind the alaUraent
to ba tra*.
***** ~ Pj|P n?. ' i* m
.J***- ?w?,a^.?3?e?r8 fear tb* ??xcea
ir?UX7o*i?T FartUlMr, Ute**** JfffJtS
by th, cru?-*? eodaag^rte?** of ?moro UM
OM thowaasd Hanim, tb* pa* twa yea?, late
* ^?*artte?a* u. t>** ?sau
air to? modll** by taJa4Ulao7~ajrpHoatlou aad
peculiarity, ?f SMAOD-drought, raia la execs*
? '''pmkyi?x ?RON WORKS,
Te?M*i#iks, through'yaan, her* -ntalii talced
high reputation, aaa* kept pac? with th? advaae
iag mechanism of th? dayi They ara new ?late*
rate-tteir tea/ hem e ali rao la? all ?tea portion
*f tte etty la ?blab the? are tocata*. ?agina,
are maaufMtored, and teller?, which are. war?
ranted aa rood aa? etea? aa they caa te obtain?
ed ia th*Marth? We tiree* ?articalar attention
ta tb? advert)a*aa?at. Sar*!/ oar people ?noald
pat* nUo and baild ap, at teaM, ?u?b enterprise
M thia. It 1? ea? ef tte mela eiaew* of the
itrengtb and devOlopeMOft *f a country.
STOLL, WEBB db CO.
The name of th!? hooM I? thoroughly Identified
with the Dry Gooda trade of CharlMtoa. Their
literal eyatem of advertising, applloatton to
burloe??, and general talmoi* and liberality In
dealing ha? bant np for them an extensive trade,
both in th* wbolMal* ead retail department.
Bay?r? are directed to their advertisement on
another oolomn, tor information concerning tbit
O. ? RAVE LEY.
Ur. a RATS LIT ha? loog te*a eagaged la tte
Hurd ware boaioeH, and haj imported to u great
an extent, probably, a? any Southern house. Ho
in al io one of the most roi ?able ba sin ea I mea of
Charleston. By reference to hi? advertisement,
it will be ?MO that in addition to Hardware, Cut
lory and Ona?, he deals In Agricultural Implo
menta. Send your order? to bim.
FOO ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
We take pleasure In ' directing attention to the
advertisement, with Catalogne No. 43, of this
well known Book Depository, to te f?nnd in our
columns. Thia concern oajoya larg* advantages
and keeps on hand a very satisfactory ?tock of
works, stund ard and misc oil auooua, school books,
do., besides the general variety usually connect?
ed irllh auoh an establishment.
Mr. Pnnar keeps a large atook of Booka, Sta?
tionery, do., Paper Baga and -Wrapping Paper
Oe nils cheap, and has secured by olose attention
to business, a large trade. Attention la asked to
bia ad ver ti so m en ts.
Mr. J. P. BROWNE, of 130 Meeting Street, and
61 Broad 8trcet, Charleston, la agent for South
Carolina for Porkln'a A House's Non-Bzploslv*
Kerosine Lamp. Many advantages are olalmed
for this lamp over those now in ns*.
Messrs. u KERN A WALSH are agent* for Sum?
ter, and will be pleased to furnish these lamps,
or give any information desired concerning
This old and popular first class Hotel continues
to maintain ita r?putation. In faot, we think it
aafe to aay tbat it ia kept up, with aa little vari?
ation, in as good atyle of accomodation, as any
house in the country, North or South.
LATEST QUOTATIONS OP
IN CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Corrected weekly by A. C. KA ?FMAN,
Broker, No. 25 Broad Street.
STATE SECURITIES-South Carolina, old, 82?
00; do now, 72;? - do, regist'd stock, ex int
CITY SECURITIES-Augusta, Ga. Bonds, -@
80; Charleston, S. C. Stock, (ex qr int) - ?48;
do, Fire Loan Bonds,-@67; Columbia, S. C
RAti.noAU BONDS-Blue Ridge, (first mortgage)
- @S0; Charleston and Savannah, -?D?
Charlotte, Columbia und Augusta, -?85;
Cherawand Darlington, -85 ; Greenville and
Columbia, (1st mort) - @88; do, (State guar?
antee) 66?- ; Northeastern, - ?86; Savan?
nah and Charleston, (1stmort)-78; do, (State
guarantee)-?59; South Carolina,-@75; do,
71 ; Spartanburg and Union, -?60.
RAILROAD STOCKS-Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta, -@40; tireen ville and Columbia, -
?2J; Northeastern, @13; Savannah and Charles?
ton, -@3l ; Soul!. Carolina, (whole abares)
-(3)38; do, (half do) - @10.
EXCHANGE. Ac-Now York Sight, | off pnr;
Gold, 111@114; Silver, 104.?
SOUTH CAROLINA BANK BILLS.
?Bank of Charleston.- @
?Bunk of Newborry.?70?) -
Bank of Camden.45?
Bank vf Georgetown....-.*.-(Vt) 10
Bank of South Carolina.12?
Bank of Chester.M.-14?
Bank of Hamburg .10(g
Bank of State of S* C. prior to ISSI.40?
Bank of State of S. C. issuo 1861 and 1802 35?
?Plan tera'and Mechanics'Hunk of Churlo?.-?
?People's Bank of Charleston.....-?
?Union Bank of Charleston.- ?
?Southwestern R R Bank of Charleston, - ?
?Southwestern R R Bank of Charleston, -@
(new).? .- ?
Farmers' and Exobange Bank of Charles--?
ton. . 10? -
Exchange Bank of Columbia....... 7 0i)
Merchants'Bank of Cheraw. 6?
Planters'Hank of Fftlrfleld .8? -
State of South Carolina Bills Receivable...90.
City of Charleston Chango Bills.95.
?Bills marked thus (?) aro being redeemed at
the Bank Counter* of each.
Jan 12 ly
fm* The "Phoebe Baker" Salve
100 years a seoret
Cures as by magic
All Cut*, Burns, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Cancer*,
Sore Nipples, and Broken Breast*, Chapped
Lip* and Hands, Eruptions, Chilblain*, Bite* or
Sting* of Insects, Ac
A Wonderful onre for pile*,
Ask for Phoebe Baker'a" (and take no other)
"Co-tar's" Rat, Ronch, Ao. Exterminator*.
?Costar'*" (liquid) Bod-Bug Exter. ,
"C'oatar's" (pure) Inscot Powder.
Use tb ls (only pure) In se et Powder for
Moths In Furs and Woolen*, for Bed?
bug?, Insects, Ao.
"Costar's" (only sure remedy) Corn Solvent.
Ask for "COSTAR'S" (and take noothar.)
$1 $2 $3 and $5 sixes sont by express.
Address "COSTAR" CO., 13 Howard St., N.Y.
I i i Baa - m?' ? ? ? mis
Tins oelebrated medioioe ba* won a deservedly
high reputation aa an alleviator of pain ?nd a
preserver of health. It has beoorao a house?
hold remedy, from the fact that it gives 1 tn me?
lin te and permanent relief. It la a purely vego
able preparation, mad? from tho best and pnrest
naterials, safo to keep and to us? In every fam
ly. It I? recommended by physicians and per
lona of all claise*, and to day, after a publio
rial of thirty years-the average life of man
t stands unrivalled and unexcelled, spreading
ta usolulness over th? wide world. Its large ,
md InorMalog lalo afford? poaitive evidence of
ta enduring fame. We do aetdMm Uaeeaaaary
o My much in Ita favor M one small bottle will
le more to oonvtnoe yon of Ita ?Beeoy than all i
he advertisement* In th? world, i Give it One fair j
rial and yoa would aol te without it for ten
knee ita ?oat.
Direction? accompany saoh bottle.
Sold by all Druggists. i
Pri?e 26 ot*., 60., cu., $1 per bottle.
si w xtuL ,u. Xii cv
furtUbed MM hmutvrm. aa* mdwmm??* (IT
. a?**7 S?MkISf MiVtHOM A* HAIR
ly B? M ts U4?pend?M
0MT . ?Mt td th? Legislature fran
Coe?ty, Md toliolt fer bi to *. ?npporfc
A?rUll,lt1?. ? !
. . . ?TIT? ?eTHT? ADDITION A Ki ^
WHJ b?y ?bee? wRh il Wer or ??poer Up?, which
Will ?ore ti* prie? ot ? w ?air of ?hoe*. Com.
??fed ? i th nued ?OW Md di r ty ? took is*!, th t>,
ar? beautiful, tos?y Ute tout parents, try U.
TOU COMB AT C|NCE AND
EXAMINE FOR YOURSELF ?
will be to your interest. Here ere Boot?, Shoes
[ -?nd ?r?ry ?lyle and ?ia? of covering for the feet
of ?san or malden, sprightly boy or rosy cheeked
little girl, and eren the bable? can be suited
Ton need not
unless yon like th? geed: ? Suv w yon. nero are
also TRUNKS, RETICULES, VALISE8,
SATCHELS, BBUSSEL BAGS, ENAMEL
SACKS and SARATOGA TOY TRUNKS.
may ?ant a Trunk suited for Ladies' work, ead
here yon oan find lt
your satisfaction. And If yon make or repair
Roots and Shoes, here is the place to buy Leath?
er, French and American Calf Skins, Goat and
Morooeo, Split leather, Russets, Oak and Hem?
lock Solo Leather. Therefore when you
about what I have, come and exsmlno tho
Blacking, Brushes, Shoe Findings, Ac, which I
con famish, wbolesalo or retail, at prices to
make it an object.
is also a fact : I have a lot of HATS at cost to
oloso Invoice. Call at
OPPOSITE J. T. SOLOMON'S.
SIGN OF TEE BIG BOOT.
HO FOR BAttGilNS
Cheap Variety Store.
Ho has just returnod from New York with a
One selection of
Fancy Goods, Toys, Confec?
Great Bargains Offered the Ladies
Everybody-Young and Old, Little and Rig,
will bo served to best of roy ubility.
Tea at $1,25 per pound*
THOSE SPLENDID SCRUBS at 60c. eaoh.
_8ept28-6m_F. A. FOLSOM.
FALL AND WINTER
I am now receiving a Large and
Complete Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
OLOTUS, CASSIM ERES. TWEEDS,
Kentuckey Joaus, of low grados and very
Gloves and Cravats,
ALSO A FULL SUPPLY AND VARIETY OP
W JOaV Kif* gmmk
These Goods I am determined to sell lowor
than they can be bought in this market. Deal?
ing in this line alone, I nm enabled to do this.
I only ask my old friends to coll and oxamlne,
and if they do not find my goods cheaper, I will
not expeot thom to buy.
D. J. WINN, Agent.
MISS E. D. BRITTON
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITE
her friends, and particularly the
ladlos of Sumter and commu?
nity to call and exsmlno
Her Rich and Beautiful Stock
and Fancy Goods.
Having seleoted her goods personally, and
with groat care, in tho New York and Baltimore
markets, sh? fools confident of pleasing all, both
aa regards quality, ?tvle and prioo. A? usual,
there are many novelties for the season.
MISS BRITTON ls supplied with a FinsT
CLASS MILLINER ?nd ? DH KS S MAKER,
from Baltimore, who are well qualified for tb?
business. The fashions procured in New York.
Ladles, call ?nd have your Dresses and Hats
made In the latest styles.
Paper patUrns of Dresses, 8ncques and other
articles of dress may be had.
At tba New Store n?xt to J. T. SOLOMONS
Tilt Subscribers beg to announce to the people]
of Sumter and*vicinity, that we are
now opening , *
The Cheapest Stock of Goods In Every Line,
THAT HAS EVER BEEN OFFERED FOR BALE IN
THIS MARKET SINCE THE WAR. ..
Our Senior Partner devoted much time and attention to the
selection of these Goods, and made it hie business to find out
where tho best bargains, of reliable quality, could be obtained.
In this way we are prepared to
We invite the attention of buyers to the following, which em
I brace but a few of the goods and prices of our Stock, and ask alli
to call and see for themselves before making their purchases.
BROWN SUGAR, - - ? 12 1-2 cts. per lb.
Best C. Coffee Sugar, - - 16 cts. per lb.
Molasses, 60 cts. per gallon-by the Barrel, 46 cts. per gallon.
Lard, 20 cts. per pound.
Cheese, best quality, 20 cts. per pound.
Candles, - - 20 cts. per pound, by the small box.
Good Family Soap, 10 cts. per pound-by the box 8 cts. per lb.
Coffee, a good article, - 26 cts. per pound.
Choice Hyson Tea, - - $1 per ponnd.
Choice Oolong Tea, - - - $1 60 per pound.
Choice English Breakfast Tea, - - $1 26 per pound.
Flour, - - - - $7 to $10 per barrel.
(Our Flour was bought at the time of the greatest decline in
prices since the war.)
OF ALL KINDS AT REDUCED PRICES.
A Fine Assortment of Bacon,
AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
CANDY, 30 cts. per pound, best quality.
FANCY GROCERIES, of all kinds.
XJ. X Q TOT O 3F& S ~
Pure Whiskey, of good quality, at - 50 cts. per quart.
Wines and Liquors ol' all kinds, at low prices.
A Fino Stock of Tobacco, Snuff and Scours, and a Choice assortment of Pipes |
Bought from thc Importers.
COATES' COTTON, genuine, - - $1 per dozen
Best "English" Needles, 6 cts. per paper,
Shirtings, 10 cts. per yard-Heavy - 12 1-2 cts. per yard,
Good Calicos, - - - 12 1-2 cts. per yard
Good DeLains, fashionable styles, 25 cts. per yard,
Empress Cloth, - - - 60 cts. per yard
Kid Gloves, all colors, 75 cts. per pair,
Kentucky Jeans, - 16 2-3 to 20 eis. per yard.
Blankets, - - - - $2 25 per pair.
Dress Goods of all kinds. A Fine Stock of Heavy Goods.
Fancy Goods, Collars and Cuffs, Laces, real and imitation,
Ribbons, Hair Nets, new styles,
Waterfalls, Puffs and Rolls for the hair, India Rubber Goods.
A SMALL BUT SELECT STOCK OF
RIAL FRENCH PERFUMERY, SOAPS, POWDER&C.
PURCHASED FROM THE AGENTS OF THE PARTS MANUFAC
turcrs, at tho lowest prices for cush.
A Complete assortment, selected with great care.
A Splendid Stock of Guns.
OF THE NEWEST STYLES, EMBRACING
'THE RHINE," ''OUR FRITZ" "LOTHAIR," &c.
CHEAP HATS, - - - at 50 cents each.
A NEW AND CHEAP SUPPLY.
LEATOER of all kinds.
CARPETS, D1UJGGET3 and RUGS.
GOOD BRUSSELS CARPETS, at $1 50 per yard.
STRONG HEMP CARPE i1, yard wide, at 50 cts. per yard.
Cheap and Good Clothing*
COTTON purchased at highest market price.
EXCHANGE on New York for sale.
We intend to sell our poods Low for Cash. They havo boen bought at the
lowest wholesale prioea, and wo intend giving our customers tho bcncGt of our
bargains, ?oas to establish tho reputation of A CHEAP AND RELIABLE
CHAS. H. MOISE & CO.
Oct 5 V SUMTER, S. C.
FAL- ABD W ESTER
We have received a Full .Line
* of all kinds of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
which we are offering at popu?
lar prices, consisting of
FANCY GOODS, CROCKERY
SADDLERY and HARNESS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS, &c., &c.
Staple and Fanoy
of all kinds, (Except Liquors.)
ASSORTMENT OT DRESS GOODS le Town.
At OREEN A WALSH'S
OF ALL KINDS. THE LATEST 8TYLE3.
At OREEN A WALSH'S.
NEW STYLE HOOP SKIRT
Al OREEN A WALSH'S.
Shawls and Cloaks.
At OREEN & WALSH'S.
AND HATS, of all kind?,
At OREEN A WALSH'S.
AND WHIPS, orbost quality,
At OREEN A WALSH'S.
AND HARDWARE, at ratall and wholesale,
At OREEN A WALLU'S.
BY PURCHASINO TUE NON EXPLOSIVE
KEROSINE LAMPS, to be bad only
At OREEN A WALSH'S.
We are prepared to pay the HIGHER f
CASH PRICE FOR COTTON, OR SHIP
ANB HOLD WHEN DESIRED, making
CASH ADVANCES ON SAME.
Groen & Walsh,
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE
OF CORN, BACON, LABU, HAMS AND
BUTTER. COFFEE, TUA and SL'OAR,
At OREEN A WALSH'S.
17 LOUR, SALT, MOLAS8ES and MESS
At O lt BEN A WALSH'S.
OF WHITE OOODS, OLOVB8, HOSIERY
and DRESS OOODS, Just received at as
onisblngly low prices,
By OREEN A WALSn.
[few York Exchange,
BOUOBT AND SOLD BY ?
OREEN A WALSH.
Bargains in Remnants,
At OREEN A WALSH'
TJUE POPULAR HOUSE
, ff;-ot-- S
Hain & liberty Btteofcti
WHERE A GRAND DISPLAY
?OF ALL J
ITOE LATEST NOVELTIES
Of the Season-can be seen.
I AS A GENERAL STOCK IT
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
I desire to call especial atten?
tion to my extensive Stock of
&c, &c*? &c.
My Grocery Department is being
daily replenished with a varied j
stock of every style of jj
KEPT IN THAT LINE,
J. E. SU ARES,
HAS ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OP FUR?
NITURE, for lon than MB be obtained in any
Soatboro market, saving both frotgbt and risk of
breakage by Railroad. With ezperienoa in thia
branch of business in the City of Charterten, for
twenty-five years, and having the advantages of
the bett Manufacturers, he is offering first class
work of which every artlolo sold is warranted.
The stock consists of
Sofas, Sido Hoards. Dook Cines, Wardrobes
Washstands, Bureaus, CotUgo Setts, Whatnots
Mahogany, Cane und Wood Seat Rocking Chairs
Mahogany, Cane and Wood Seat Setting Chairs
Trundle Bedsteads and Coltoge Bedsteads
Every style Looking Glasse* and Mattresses.
FIVE HUNDRED, PAIR WINDOW SHADES
Just received, together with a lot of WALL PA'
PER AND BORDERING.
Maia Street, opposite Express Office,
J. E. Suares,
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, <
AND FISH, in great variety,
ORANGES and LEM?NS.
Flour, Lard, Sugar, Cuffuo, Bacon
Catsups, Pepper Sauce,
fio., &c., icc.
Almonds and Raisins,
. Vine Sogara and Tobacco.
Bolted Meal and Grist,
?mi?SH FAMIi.Y SUPPLIES,
Rocoived every week, at
JOHN S. HUG If SO N'S,
Under thc Photographic Gallery
May 25 .
State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF SUMTER.
THE UNDERSIGN KB, ti. O. PATE, C. B.
STtltOS and .VAUX E. COHEN, oltiscna
ot Snmter, hutre th!? 20th day of August. 1870,
Hss'iolated themaelves In Imrfnr** aa General
Msrebnotf under tbe natue ol l'A TH 4 BT V li HR.
L. O. PATE and C. L, o'TUUBi ate General
MARX E. COHEN Isa 8.edn1 Partner, ?nd
has inveited in the bu.-nnij, Four J'buasanJ
Dollars In cn>h.
Thia parltierfblp lo last one year from above
lateand ba ronowah!? nt lb? ?.inion of ilie parties.
fSignuU] li. G. PATH.
c. E. 61 unitH. i
MAUX E. COU MN.
Sett 14 Cm