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The Sumter Wat4?ua^H,
yy.Y.PAXTIW * I Wmviti^S^
grV All Tr?nilcnt AdvertltwneaU, ?od ?ll
Jab Work tomi bo MM '?'J*?g&?3lli *H?
U)M witbo.t dUtiaetioa,- 8atot1?U>aj
aro Ito? p?y*l)l*in adraoae. 5
?ir Application* for Ja? Work wt? t? ?u4?V
at tho ?lice, to Tao?. K. FLowsTta. ' "" V
'lb? WATCH HA ? book? aro la Ito keeping o? W.
Y PASTO?, ?ho will receipt for m onie? doa and
n tte nd to alt mst tor? coonect*d with rna Ad??r
tlsiug or BuUcriptlon departmanU. (
rrr Oar Advertising friends a? rt?qa*tt?d to
.ond in tboir favor? not tatar than Monday.
TO OVU PATtfONM.
We earnestly request those- indebted
to the Waiclinwn to make payment.
We ask that the small amounts duo us
bo paid so soon as a portion of tho erop
is sold. Tiiere ero .many on our books
whoso names must be (reluctantly)
stricken off, unless they pay tip arrears.
Please friends remember those little
matters, and come up promptly.
?67? Our umbrella, with tho name
written on it, is still absent.
JOT Tho Firemen will tako notice
that (heir regular monthly parade will
occur on Monday next. Como out with
Wo rogrot to learn from tho Claren?
don /VCM, of tho death ol a littlo son of
Mr. DUDLEY E. HODGE, from injuries
roceivod in a ootton gin. . .
Our lady roadors are respectfully
rofcrrcd to tho advortisomont of Mrs.
DA ROAN, in this issue. Sho is a lady
of acknowledged tasto, and has mot
success in fashioning ladies' drosses and
garment s generally.
Wc publish to-day, announcement ot
thc organization of Carolina Conclave
No. 1, Ilcptasophsor S:.. W:. M:. This
is the first organization of tho kind in
this State. Furlhor than that its car?
dinal prcoopts aro embodied in oharity,
wc aro unacquainted with its purposes
TUB PIR.1S AT LYNCHBURG,
Mentioned iu Our last issuo, origina?
ted in tho storeof Mr. FURSTENEURG
thc flames issuing when first discovered,
from tho inside of thc building. Thc
total loss was probably about $11000, as
follows: Rail Road Depot and about
seventy bales of colton, with other goods
$0000-Messrs. DUDD?N & MOORE
whoso store was braned, $5000, and Mr.
FURSTENBURG, $3000. Tho latter was
insured, and tho Rail Road loss, wo
learn, was to some extent covered.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PXCUttSION.
Thc Sabbath School of tho Methodist
Chut ch, with their invited guests, and
other Sabbath Schojl? of our town will
t'.kc rn oxcuis'muil iii J Rail Road foi
a day of social plcpsuro, tc monow,
Thursday-leaving at six o'clock in tho
morning and reluming at thc sarao hour
in tho afternoon. Fair Iwonty couts
Addresses aro expected ?Votn Revs.
DON AT. o MCQUEEN aud S. M. RTOUA RD
EON. There will also bc juvcuile ad
drosses. A cordial invitation is extend?
ed to ull frion ds of tho Sunday School
to unite io this excursion.
BCTA. At a meeting of Carolina Con?
clavo, No. 1, Hcptasophs or S:. Wt. M:
the following officers wore olected to
servo until thc next election in January,
Bro. M. 0. RYTTENBERG-Arohon.
? T. A. PACK-Chancellor.
? J. B. ROACH-Provost.
? M. D. MOSES-Prelate.
u H. CLAREMORT MOSES-Scribe
" H. RYTTENDERC -Troasuror.
" Z. P. MOSES--Inspector (J cn ci al
U GUIGNARD RICHARDSON-Herald.
? T. M. DELORME-Warder.
? W. H. CUTTINO-Guido.
" ALTAMONT MOSES-Sentinel.
ST. LOUIS MUTUAL LIFB INSU IZ?
AN CK COMPANY.
Wc have been much pleased to re?
ceive a call from our young friend, A.
J. MOSES, Jr., who is now on a brief |
visit to his home and relatives boro.
Fricnd "Jack" represents tho Now York
office of the St. Louis Mutual Lifo In?
surance Company-a Company that j
stands in tho iront rank of similar in?
stitutions in this country. His th? -
rough knowledge of tho business, togeth?
er with his extended acquaintance,
ngrccablo manners and generally popu?
lar bearing, will no doubt sccuro for
him a fair success. Wo trust his homo
friends will show their appreciation of j
home merit, and give him a "call."
We wero much gratified, on Monday
last, by a briof visit from our friend,
J os KI- II T. WALSH, Esq., of Ilorry
County, and brother of our esteemed
fellow oitizen, Col. T. V. WALSH. Mr.
WALSH is an cam os t and thorough?
going Reformer, a forcible speaker and
n gentleman of high respectability, and
has dono good sorvioe in the causo. He
roports tho white poople of his county
fully united on tho platform of tho Re?
form party. Old groy-hcaded oitizons
who havo not volod for yoars, and who
had previously expressed determination
not to do so again, will go to the polls,
on Wednesday ' neut, and east thoir
ballots against the rulo of ruin and cor?
ruption that now stalk? in our eouooils
If tho white poople of tho wholo
State were thus a unit, there would be
no d'oubt of the success of the movemeut.
"BOMPA I MES WORD*S~WOUND MORR
TII/?V SWOitOS," but tr?? n i -od fri pru Ito of
bUMTBiw Bl TIERS r i a ToMd md Appoli i >
fill i'ka l>a up in l'is unY : ig,
riCTiu tu? t
publtfoWtioa lo thc mdfenlBOmnot ol
1 ?r. J. D. Wil^a/of th^oiHgraphU
WejlerjLoJTJBunii>? te *e found? on aa?
thar col arno.
Ogomenj ?od ii gener?os patron ag? ia
jhti/boitttifiil art. Ho ha* eppliedjsiai
self with energy end xoal to his choa ea
pu wait, ?Dd with a steadiness bf par)
pose, whioh baa brought suecos*. . f
"Wo havo before us tie [evidences ol
his ort is wo skill jo Ufo -ai? o pietures ol
dear ones, whioh arc prized moro than
I the Jewels of earth.
. We oommood this gallery to our'rea?
ders, ai in every respoot worthy of theil
HOD DI? ESS THE LAD I KS.
The Wilmington Star?kjB the ladies
aro almost ready to take the stamp in
South Carolina for the Reform move?
Oar good friend of the Star is rather
"fast," in this remark. .Our ladies are
always found en tho side ol vir tao nod
patriotism, and hence thoir espousal of
the reform causo is warm, but thoy are
far from anything liko takiug the stump,
on this or any othor subjeot. They are
thc in uer citadel of our social purity,
and tho blest oirclc around whieh re?
volves all of uncontaminated virtue that
is left at this day cf moral doolension
and general demoralization. Wc say
again, God bloss them. * ?
ALFRED Ci VJ ?RD Y, Ifsq.
'?jVom, the G roc nv il lo Enterprise we
loam that "the studio of this artist
will, in a few days, be closed. . He
takes his dop ar turc for Lexington, Vir?
ginia, where ho will prosooute his
beautiful profession-his first subject
hieing Gcnoral RODERT E. LEE. Brick
POMEROY, of New York City, coogratu
lates tho artist on his good fortune in
having scoured such a subjeot, tho suc?
cessful execution of which will placo
his name among tho few whose works
are not alono for to day, but for all time.
From a careful examination of tho last
?productions of tho gifted sah of Carolina,
' wo do not hesitate to say, that ho wili
j produce a work that will mako us feel
tho true dignity of man. His touoh is
bold, and tho entire coloring of his
portraitures is frosh and warm RB in
life. His beautiful creations aro en?
veloped in nature's own atmosphere
the lights and shades bearing an impress
whioh tho hand of genius alono can give,
for a soul breathes through all. We
wish him a speedy return to his nativo
State, oroaaod with tho wreath of a
l lt.VUil l.MT VOTING*
Wo ave informed ?itttst.ccrat hi uh ed
v ; ref i have loft Uohesou County, N. C.,
within thc Inst few days, for tho osten?
sible purpose ?;f working ou railroads iu
this Stale ; also, that the impression is
very general that iheso "railroad hands"
arc moved across thc line flat th<y hwy
volo f* >' Scott and A\?v. ' r at thc o? -
pmachirg c.' ctfont.
This information is, we have cvoiy
roasou tu believe, exactly correct. The
liing candidates know that their pros?
pects arc exceedingly gloomy, and they
would go almost any longth to obtain a
few hundred outside votes. It is advi?
sable, at all events, that tho Reformers
should keep au cyo upon every new
comer. A residence of ono - year io
South Carolina is thc matu qualification
ot a voter, and every voter is required to
swear that ho .s duly qualified. This
should render it easy to dcteet nny
attempts nt f.audulont voting, as well as
to mako an example of thc offenders.
Prevention, however, in all these oases
is better euro. Tho Reformers must bo
upon thuir guard.- Chas? News.
(900 REWARD offered by tho proprietor of Dr.
S .'So's CntP 1? Remedy, for a cavo of Culm rh
which ho eanuot cu?e. Poid by di ageists or by
mn''' Sixty Cori. Pompblut giving symptoms
end rnodo of iroatmont. sont i' oe. Address Dr.
R. V. Picrco, DnfTulo, X. Y.
lind Iii.> A'mlghiy nppoinlcd men lo sitbvst
on Ibo spoti '.rons p' uiluct i of tho c lb, co
?ind nr.-'oi v wouM Ii ii vo buen much moro p o?
va'ont. 'J hey who linro io pif-suo .omo da*',V
on apa'ion '.of n I've"hood soldent Ijingino i tir? t
they ure Imppior than tt'oy pi oh.ibly would bo, rf
ll'o'.- own timo ?-ml ainu e monia woo moro nt
t'eir commend. It is tho p ..tnc,,...l attn ofli'o le
provide a fiibslilu'o lo .-iilnu-'nio und strorgthon
tho lin unn frame, for tho labor al'otcd lo lit and
luo bc H ?3 the "Old Orol?nu Ohlers."
--^i - 'i
UsoWinomnu's Crys' I' od Worm Candy
nono but r 1
HOD*/ TO RIAKEnOlUtt ATTRACTIVE
Don't havo your stairs without banlstors, nt
tho risk of breaking your children's nocks.
Don't have wnodon coilings, tbat rtijuiro a '.ord
nfllgtii.*nod to illuminate tho room. Don't
havo windows without glass, so that whonover it
rains you must shut out tho light of hoavon.
Don't havo sashes without blinds, 80 that tho
suminor sun will dazzle your oyo*, warp your
inrnltuM and fudo your carpet. Dut order nil
fho necessary materials for furnishing your
houso In comfortable styo from P. P. Toulo,
Charleston, S. C., the Imgost manufacturer of
such things in tho Southorn States.
A TODPID SVSTIC.1I.
Sometime*, without any assignnblo CAUSO, tho
physical strength and animal epliitegive woy,
and a strnngo torpor falls nllko on tho body and
intellect. Thoro is lil rio or no pain porbups, bu*
tho nntual vigor and elasticity of the not/ons
ond muscular sys lom sooms to haTodep.irtod, and
nn indiffo'-onco to tho plonsuros of Ufo, and oven
of its grave responsibilities, take) tho place of that
oat nott Int irost In both which oharactorlzos ovory
well balanced mind whon In a healthy condition.
This state of partial collapso is often tho pre
monitory symptotis of somo ferions malady. It
ludientes unmistakably that the vi' il powers nro
languishing and neoil n stimulant. In such casos
the effect of a few dososofll stcttei's Stomnoh
Bitters ls wonderfully beneflolal. Tho great tonie
wakes up tho systom irom Ita drow. o. The se?
cretions nod tho osculations rccolVo a
now Impetus. The relaxed norvos vre*.
eovor thoir elasticity under tho oporatlona of
tho sp?cifie, Uko tba slaektfded ' strength of &.
mugi?.il instrument In the procesa of tuning.
Lethargy nnd doblllty aro roptncod by enorgy
and vigor, the spirit? riso, and life that almost
.cemad a burdon whllo the soason of depression
teated, beeomes onco moro onjoyabjo. That suoh
a radical ohango should bo produced by n rem?
edy entirely devoid of tho poworlul alkaloids nnd
minorais so'extenslvely utcd in modorn practico,
may soom inoredlblo to those who pin thoir faith
on tho medicinal efficacy of activ? poisons, but
ir these ?koptie? will Uk? tbe troublo to enquire
of thoso who have tested tho correctivo and al
( rr Mir* virtues of tho Ritters nndor the clrouiv
s lances described, they will fiad tbe .tatem?te
t ?> bs truo.
. . .?#?
I *-<nW ^uSUrV?^
.n^W?i?t ll stn-ple a*d reliable la
operation, ead al ?raye ready to jaw. Those
frfcaoVof mine #ao wee tba ia wita tba ??ar ica.
MKSTANH TT. CUTHB?RT,
438 Weil 3?th-8lrcet, Haw York.
Aug St-_ g*-^
win bay shoes with stiver or copper tips, which
I will saro tb? pri?e or a new pair of shoes. Oom.
pared with ragged too? ?od dirty -Stockings, tbey
are beenUfat, to say the least. Parente, try it
This celobratod soedlolne bas won a deserved?y
blgh reputation a? an alleviator of pain and a
proiorver of healtb. It has become a house?
hold remedy, irom tho fret bat lt gives imme
di vte and permanent rel'* ' It la a purely vege?
table preparation, made <<*o . thebes and parut
material*, safe .to k p and > use In every fami.
Hy. It is recommended by physician a and per
sous of aUolasses. au'' to-d v, after a publ'o
t uti of t?i'rly yeni r-tho avor"ge life of man
il sundi unrivalled and unoxoe'led, spreading
its usefulness over 'ho wide world. lt? large
and incrcjslng sale affords positive evidence of |
Us enduring fame. >Ve do not deo m It necessary
to say much in Ita favor aa one small bottlo will
do moro to oonvinee you of ita efficacy than all
the advertisement* In the world. Oive lt ono fair |
trial and yo? would not bo without it for lon
time! its cost.
D'-ocllona accompany enoh bol''o.
Bold by alt Druggists.
Prko 25 cts., 60., cts., $1 per boltlo.
/r?f Tho many friends of Mr. THOMAS HAIR
respectfully announco him as an independent
candidato for a -oat in tho Legislature from
Sumter County, and solicit for him tbo support
April 13, 1870._
rf-?E REGULAR MONTHLY OOMMUNICA
JL '?ON OF CLAREMONT LODGE, NO ?4,
A.-. F,?, M.*. will be hold on Thursday ovonlng,
Oct. C, 1870, at 7 o'olook.
Dy ordor of
E. C. CREEN, W.?, M.*.
T. V. WA tan, Socretary.
Wo hnvo to record another dull and declining
Cotton Market. Three hundred & im bales have
olinn?od hands, tho markut closing at from 10
to Cl, according to grade.
DACON-Sides, 20?22; Shoulders, 1S@19;
LARD- 20? 25c.
FLOUR-Per bbl. $7?$12.
COFFEE-Lnjuayra, 30@32; Java, ^5f0)50;
SUOAR-Drown, 12i@14; C., 13@17 ; A., J7
?00 ; Critsbod, M?J?00.
BATESVILLE SHIRTINGS-Per bale 12o
YARN RY THE DALE-$l,00c. Per bunch.
N12W YORK MARKET, OCT- 9.
LATEST QUOTATIONS OP
IN CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Corrected weekly Ly A. C. KAUFMAN,
Bro1ccr} No. 25 Broad Street.
SEPT. 30, 1870.
STATE SECIMUTIBS-South Carolina, old, 82?
00 j do now, 72 j? - do, rogist'd stock, ox lut
CITY SKci'niTiKS-Augusta, Go. Bond?, -?
80; Charleston, S. C. Stock, (ox qr int) - ?46;
do, Firo Loan Ronds,-?07$ Columbia, S. C
RAILROAD BONDS-Dlu6 Ridge, (first mortgage)
-@50; Charleston and Savannah, -(?A>
Charlotto, Columbia and August, -?85;
Chorawand Darlington, -85; Grconvillo ?nd
Columbia, (1st mort) -?88; do, (Slalo guor
anteo) 66?-; Northeastern, -?86; Savan?
nah and Charleston, (1st mort)-78; do, (Stato
guaranico)-?69; South Coro'ina,-?75; do,
71 ; Sparenburg and Union, -?60.
RAIMIOAD STOCKS- Chnrlotto, Columbia and
Augusta,-?40; Groonvillo and Columbia, -
@2i; Northeastern, ?13: Savannah and Charles?
ton, -?SI ; South Cand?na, (wholo shares)
-@38; do, (half do) -(a,M).
EXCHANGE. Ac-Now loik Sight, i off par;
Gold, 1I0?113; SUrer-, 101.?
ROUTH CAUOMMA BANK mus.
SRnnk of Charleston.- ?
'Dank of Nowborry.07?
Dank of Camdon.?A,.35?
Dank of Georgetown..-?0
Dank of Sooth Carolina....'..1'?
Dank of Ohostor.11?
Bank of Hamburg-.?.S?
Bank'of Stnto of S- C. prior to 1861.'J?
Bank of Stato of S. C. ?-sue loClnnd 1862 52?
.Plaolors'and Mcchnnics'Bonk nfCharlos-?
epooplo's Dank of Charleston.........-?
* Union Iinnk of Charleston.-@
'Southwestern R R Dank of Charleston, - ?.*
?Southwestern R R Dank of Cbarloston, - (.(.
Parmors' and Exobango Bank of Charlo*--'<. -
Exchpugo Dank of Columbia.....1?
I torchants'Bank of Cberaw. (">(<? -
P -inters'Bank of Fairfield ..(& -
Stato of South Carolina Bills Receivable..90.
City of Cbarloston Chango Bills..'...05.
?Rills marked thus (?) aro bolng redeemed nt
tho Dank Countors of each.
Jan 12 ly
TO THE PLANTERS.
The undersigned bas located himself at tbo
tho Storo of Messrs. OREEN & WALSH, wbcro
ho will ho glad to seo tbo planters of Sumter
Count>. Tho WANDO FERTILIZER will bo I
furntshod ns horctoforo, and ad vanees mado (If ]
roqulrod) on Cotton sbippod to Charleston. Call,
n ul soo mo.
Sept 11_ELISHA CARSON.
IHAVE ON HAND AT MY MILL, between
(5) five and (C) six HUNDRED THOU?
SAND FEET OF
GOOD SEASONED LUITIBEIl.
which I will soil at reasonable prices, either at
the MILL, or delivered In Town, for whioh
orders may be loft at ny Store In Sumter, and
it will roeelvo prompt ntton tiona
Oct 6-la _'
Two Dwelling Houses in
Town* and a Farm
NEAR SUMTER FOR SALE.
A HOUSE with five Rooms and Outbuildings,
on Washington Street.
A HOUSE with four Roums and Outbuildings,
Also a Small Farm Fifty'Acres,
within two mUcs'of Sumter.
Terms oas/, Apply to
oe. & cn AS. II. MOISE.
''.'?'CAhlku,:. ' :C
*?l ko to J?*T Interest. Hat* ar? Boots, 6*0?*
ubA ov?r*style ead s^ ef ?ove?ag fe> <* ft*
of eauu.or ta*ld*a, spHgbUy ?*y ?r fO?^aao*sTad
Hui? git?, ?pl eve*' che *?? mm U saitad
p . Sf ..
S ... I v ?:;.
. . . . v s* - v . *: .. ? \
unleas you Uk? the goods I a*** foc. Bec* an
.Ito TRUNKS? RETICULES, VALISES,
SATCHELS, BBUSSBL BAOS? ENAMEL
SACKS tad 8ARAT0QA TOY TRUNKS.
nay want a Trank sailed for Ladlos* work, and ?
herc you eaa find lt
?roar saHsfaeHoa. And if yo? make or repair |
Boote and Shoes, hero b titeamos to hay Lea th?
or, French and American Calf Skins, Coat and j
Morocco, Spilt leather. Russets, Oak and Bom
look Solo Leather. Thereforo whoa yon
shoot what I bevo, como and oxamtno tho
Blacking, Brushes, Shoo Findings, Ac, which I
oon furnish, wholesale or retail, at pri?es to
Bioko lt an object.
te also a fact : I hare a ot or HATS at ??ct |e j
oloso Invoice. Call at
OPPOSITE J. T. SOLOMON'S.
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT
Sept 28_ ?_.
HO FOR BARGAINS
Cheap Variety Store.
Bio bas lust returned. from Now York with a
Ino soloouon of
Paney Goods, Toys, Confec?
Uro at Bargains Offered the Ladles
Evorybody-Young and Old, Llttlo and Big,
?viii ho nerved to host of ray ability.
Tea at $1,25 per pound*
riloafl SPLENDID SCRUBS ut (50c. each.
Sopt 28-Om_ F. A. FOLSOM.
F. HALTOH FOLSOM,
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
SUMTER, S. C.
Coils the altontion of tbo publie to hts assort
md a Fine Artlolo of SILVER PLATED WARE, |
Bridal Prosen ts, Ao.
Persons purchasing of him can rost snared ol']
jotting Articles as roprosontod. All work in my
ino neatly repaired and guaranteed.
Barrett's Building, South West Comer \
Main and Liberty-streets.
MISS E. D. BRITTON
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITE
hor frionds, and particularly tho
ladies of Sumter and commu?
nity to call and examine
1er Rich and Beautiful Stock
and Fancy Goods.
Having sclcotod her goods personally, and
* ?th groat caro, in tho Now York and Baltimore
narke la, she feels confident of pleasing all, both
ts reir?s quality, stylo end price. As usual,
boro aro many novoltios for tho sanson.
MISS BRITTON is suppliod with a FIRST
3LASS MILLINER and a DRESS MAKER,
rom Baltimore, ">io aro well qualified for tho
>usinors. Tho fashions procured in Now York.
Ladies, call and bare y i ur Drosses and Hats
node In tho latest stylos.
Paper patterns of Drosses, Sscqnc J and other
trtiolos of dress may bo hat*.
At tho Now Store next tr. J. T. SOLOMONS
2498ACKS RI? C0FpEB?
48 Sacks Lnguayra CofToo,
25 Saoks Gov. Java Coffee,
For salo by
F. W. KERCHNER.
Oct ?- _
Banned Oysters & Soap.
OASES llb. 0Y8TER8,
60 Cases 2 lb. Oysters,
3,000 Boxes Soap,
For sale by
F. W. KERCHNER,
g g CADDIES I. C. TOBACCO,
For salo by
F. W. KERCHNER.
gQ BOXES CHEESE,
For salo by
F. W. K EUC UN ER,
No. ri, 28 sad20 Water 8troct.
Main & Liberty Streets,
I WHERE A GRAND DISPLAY
ITIIB LATEST NOVELTIES
Of the Season con be seen.
I AS A GENERAL STOCK IT|
CANNOT BE SUEPASSJW.
I desire to call especial atten?
tion to my extensive Stock of |
&C, &C*9 &c.
My Grocery Department is being
daily replenished with a varied
stock of every style of
KEPT IN THAT LI XIS,
AND FISH, in groat variety,
ORANGES and LEMONS.
Flour, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, Bacon
Catsups, Topper Sauce,
&c, &c, &c.
Almonds and Raisins,
Fine Segara and Tobacco.
Bolted Heal and Grist,
FRESH FAMILY SUPPLIER
Received every week, at
Under thc Photographic Gallery
State of South Carolina.
TUE UNDERSIGNED, L. O. PATE C. E.
STUBBS and MARX E. COHEN, citizens
ot Sumter, havo th!? 20th day of August, 1870.
assooiatod themselves io business aa Gonerul
Morehante nader the namoorPATE A ST UH US.
L. O. PATE and 0. E. 6TU0B3 ara General
MARX E. COHEN is a Special Perl nor, and
has invoked In tho bu?'ncaa, Four Thousand
Lvllnrs ID cash.
Tbl? partnership to Inst one year, f rom ebor*
da I a an d bo renotrablo al the option of tb? pat tic?.
fSigood] L. Q. PATE.
. 0. K. S I li BUS.
MAUX E. COHEN'.
Sept 11_ Om
FALL AND l^NTEtt
I am now receiving a Large and
Complete Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS,
Kentuokoy Jeans, of low grados und vory
Gloves and Cravat?,
ALSO A FC LL SUPPLY AND VARIETY OF
Those Coode I em determinad to tell lowor
thnn tboy can bo bought In this workot. Pi li?
ing 'n this line alone, I am ennblod lo do Ulli.
? only ask my old friends to onll nud exnw'no,
nnd K they do not find my goods cheaper, 1 a'*l
not expect them to bay.
De ?J. WINN, Agent.
tb? K??04 attached, flij M Mit ?rto on appllca
Tho IllhatraUd Edition of th* ?'oenis %f Gat rge
Herbert, with ove> Tour 11 lq*s ratline.
?tXu&'?5** * ?^Ur, ?hyton aa?
lluroprtr*y??...."..,..,,.,.,,..,,,,,,.... ,,.8 0?
Jllltofi'e Odo on th? ?1 oro lo* of c h ri* U Ka* ty.
?Mill ally ilrviretrl....JlZi
A UUtory of Reformation fax Children, hy ROT.
Kd wa td ??.?gi?, A. B., 3 roi?
Tho Tro ?i aro? of th? Kori h ter Mia?*, MtaeraW.
and Molal?, bjr Wm. JonaaF. H. A.1.76
Sandny Kchos in Wcek-Day Hanrs; itlaatratir?
. . of tho ColteoU, by Mt*. Carny Brook, with
. preface by th? RU Bf*. J. WlrHow?, I?.
D., Bisbep olConn?*tfcut.......... 1.50
Tho Ear ly Dey s of Elisha, by F. W. Ki410m??
cher, with an lntrodu?Uon hy Gardiner
Spring, D. IKiiNtHHWMmi....1 .JO
Conybeeroaud Howson'? Lifo- ?nd Epiatlca or
St. Paul. Tho only .complet? ?ud una?
bridged-edition, 2 Y ol?.' la ona, ^ with all
the 01 icinal'Maps endIUnjtrttiOn?. Pub?
lished by Scribner A Co. 'For fal? at
Fogai Book l)ep?sjltovy,and in ra laked
at |S. It will bo ?ant by ault to aay part
of the country on receipt oJv". .f?.OO
A DOW supply of those val nable booka of Doctor
Hair?, tia; Hsatth hy Oeod Lletag $I.M.
Sleep ; or, Th? Hygiene of the Night*
$1.50. Hoalth and Discos?, a? ?ffefltedhy
cous?ipatton, and lu rem?diai c?re...??.ao
Stepping Heavenward, by Misa E. Ptealia? L 76
Mark Twain's InnooonU Abroad ; or,'(he Kew
Pilgiim's Progress, illustrated...... ...3.50
Chamber's Encyclopedia, rorlsod edition. Sub
.oribera will pieuse call fvr Koa 13 and 14
Spare noars, (Horm Subsccivio,) by John Brown
M. H., Drat nnd second series?.4.<J0
Pauagoa from the English Note Booka of Nath?
aniel Hawthorn, 2 rola........ ..".00
The Hoart of the Continent, a record of tiavole
actors th? Plain? and io Oregon, rv??ti on
examination of tho Mormon Principle, by
Fits flugh Ludlow, illustrated...,,.U.7?
$?9Frooch, Eoglith and American Not ? and
Let tor Papers and Envelope?, together withe
gonoral stock of Blank Booka and Stationery.
N. B.-Our MONTHLY LITERARY BULLE
TON will bo ?ont FREE to persona in the ooun
? ?:Tr- porspna residing la the. coantry wi'l
! pleuro bear ia mind, that by eondfngordora to na
I for any books published in America they aili be
I ohargod only the price of the book. We pay ipr
I tho postago or expresa.
Fogarties Book Depository.
j No. 200 KING-STREET, (IN THE BEND,)
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA;
PERKI N'.8..&, H O U 8 E 8 '
NON-EXPLOSIVE KEROSENE LAMP IS
absolutely safo both from Breaking and Ex
Elotion. Givoa twice as much Light aa ordinary
amps, and uses 33 nor cent. loss Oil. Gives off
no odor, and lasts a lifetime.
For sitio by
J, a?. BROWNE,
iVy. 186 Meeting street, and JVo. 51 Broad
Street, Charleston, S. C.
Agont for Stato of South Carolina.
GREEN rf) WALSH, Agents . for Sumter.
Sopt 3- 8m
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUXS,
NO. 52 Kai t Bay St. South of tho Old Post Office
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Oct 5 _ _ 3m
~ FOR~ALL KINDS OF
Books and Stationary,
Co lo EDWARD PERRY,
I jt> V.?c?'i!?-?Ucet, oppoalto Charleston Hotol.
Oct ^_ _(?tn
IJ O lt P ll INTI \0 ana BLANK BOOS
1 MANUFACTURING and BINDING in all
its branches, go lo EDWARD PEERY,
140 Mccli:tg-i:?. it, opposite Charleston Hotel.
Oct 0_ Oro
ASPECIALITY, FLOUR SACKS, PAPER
BAGS nml WRAPPING PAPKR,
At EDWARD PERRY'S.
Ill) M< sting-strccl, opposilo Charleston Hntol.
(let 5 _' 6in
P?Y?L 1 ON HOTEL,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BOARD. PER DAY. $3.00.
nOBT. nAUILTON, HRS. H. L. BUl TE IU'1 Ul.n,
Oct 5_'? _
J. E. SU ARES,
HAS ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OP Ft-U
NITURE, for less than cnn' be obtained in ?ny
Southern market, raving boll? freight nut' titk nfl
bronkflgo by Rnilrotvd. With experience in tin*
branch of business ia the City of C!ntrlc.-l< 11, tor]
'wen ty fivo yen rv, and huging tito ndfutttugc ol j
llioboHt Manu fae turora, ho li oflforlng flrsi ehv*]
work of which ovcry nrticlo sold IH warranted, j
Tho .-.tock consists of
Sofas, Sido Boards, Book Ciao*, Wardrobes
Washstand.*, Bureaus, Cottage Sella, Whatnots
Mnhogany,Canenn<l Wood Sont Rocking Cintra
Mahogany, Cano and Wood Scat Sotting Choir?
Trundle DoiMcnd? nnd Cottage BcMendsi
Every stylo Looking (Hasses and Matt rn ax ev.'I
FIVE HUNDRED PAIR W J NDOW SHADES )
just received, togvthor willi a lot of WALL PA-1
PER AND BORDERING.
Main Streit, opposite Hrpress Office,
J. ?. Suares,
0 IF" L AKT D.
BY CONSENT OF THE PARTIES INTER?
ESTED In the Real Estate of Mrs. MAR
GARET McLEOD, deceased, aooording to tko
terms of hor will, I will yoi I at Sumter Court
Huuso.on 'flies-day in November noit, n t.-aot
of land belonging to said Estate, In the County
of Sumter, in tho Sluii) of South Carolina, con?
dining THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY
1 VE AGUES, moto or U $?. bounded North hy
li id of. Jenn Ment^ome.y ana Samuel N.
Lnoost ', East by land of J. II. W't?on, Suuih by
Und of Beni WiV>h,i>nd West, by loud of Estate
of Moses Mi l iod<
TERMSi one halfeasli mid tho bnlnnco on. a
credit of twelve nw nth.", with iniorc?t, (ho pny
mont to bo ?ocr'od by lt mid of tho puroh i; jr
nilli mougngo of tb? promises.
Pit'cl' iitrs to p?y f .r imper' and si,imps.*
G M. MoLLOD, Kxcvtitot. J
Oft ? -td
ABB CURE Q
tj IHwricnf of
.Od Liter ;
?pproaVlalo ?ll eawi where? Tonie lt req
Dior .-IL ?, it'll * wob der lal-1 Oe? per ? f>?^ ,
Nfl VVl?4\tt~AUl> W3
Nbs. 2.87 AND 28
Wa bog to Infera Oer I Hange, petrona and all c
that we nave onenaff a large
AT ?e. sss tn
next door to our tcl-ill ?tore, where we will eliott ?
loWest flg?rea for CA sn or city acceptance.
Sn's arrangement ia especially conveuicut.for coi
lat. 6eleot a? your piece gooda at wholesale ; tli
gooda piioked :i one box.
We gunran t< e to ?hew tho largest stock and at y
Be tore and cxefr-tne oar atook (before yon make u
j * '. A c.%
Ma. Jons Cr. AOAJIKIS with vs, etd wtHLealwi
qualntancos every ationtivn possible.
PHOSPHATE ??CMtT "~
SOUTH C A ? O IA I N A ,
"Groat Carolina Marl-Bed."
A Popular and Scientific View of their Origin.
Zoological Position end Ago. Also, Their
Cbemlol Chnraoter and Agricultural Value.
Together wi'h a-llistory of their Discovery and
Development. Having ?ix colored plutos. By
Profo: 8?.r F. 6. Holme?, of Charleston, S. C.,
(One of the Discoverers.)
TU IS WORK ISTNOW IN PRESS
and vriU bo shortly published. Apply at
HOLMES' BOOK HOUSE, King btreot.
1, Reasons for Publishing this Pamphlet; 2.
Scientific Tenus and popular Names.
S, Maates given to the Phosphate Bocks; 4,
"Earlie-i Notice of Phosphate Bocks.
fi, Goologleul History and Order of Succession
of the Fossiliferous Beda of tho Charleston Basin,
with colored illustrations.
8, Eocene Bubratono or SillclQed Shell-Fornia
lion; 7, Melocono Deda.
8, Pleiocene Beds ; 0, Post-Plciocono Bcd.'; Ago
of the Phosphate Rocks.
1ft, Pbo^pba'.o-Rook Basins, tho pro bi. loi lo
og) of man.
1), Recent or Historical Ago; 12, What ?rc
Forint ond Petrcfaclions.
1.'), Origin of the Phosphate RUCK?, with col?
14, How the Nodule! were converted Into
PttOfepbu'O Rocks, with colored plato ; 15, "Fish
Bcd of ibo Ch; vlo?lou Basin."
16, The ?'Uioat Carolinian Mart Ced;" 17,
Compution of Moris associa) :1 ? ?th tho IMiOf?
hale Rock and those not thus nnoriated.
18, Compatifon of tho Santco, Cooper, and
Asb'ey Marls: 1?, Oreen Sand?.
20, Uso of tl round or Haw Phosphate? ne a
For'.'.'Uer : 21, Discovery nnd Development of the
Caronia Phosphates ; 32. When and now tho
Rock wat first found: 23, Diener; of tho Roe'..e
2t. Di cv.evy of ilene arrow-heads and stone
hatchet .: 25, Human bulks tai.on t>om tho ?utile
Lcd ; 20, Coprolite* in cavcias or \iookets ; 527,
Letter of Professor Holme?, Repioinber 17tli,
1808, rcrtpiiu'ni'ng the history nf ino Caroli?
na Phosphates an their value al ascertained,
28, Leltor of Dr. Pratt '.a r??; ly ; CO, Who ?re
HO, Why tho d!*covcry was not made lor. g ugo :
r>l, What bus been done in tiiii ntw ilepm init-ut
of commerce, and what is now being done
towards tho dovelopmonl of tho Souiu Carolina
31, List of organised Companies onga?od in
mining nnd manipulating these rocks, with card.
of each Company
Applications for cor. los mav be mndo at
nOLMKS' BOOK HOUSE, King street. To
thoso Companies who subscribe for 200 copie -
or more, a discount will bo made.
Sopt 28 _
E. B. STODDARD & CO ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
At Manufacturers' Prices,
166 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
EZEKIEL B. STODDARD, 1 rK.,,M,nn o ,
CALED FKONEDEKGEK. J ' har cjion, w. t
. Sopl 28- Bal
WILLIAM L. WEBB,
WEBB ?; SAGE,
.SUCCESSORS TO CAMERON, WEIS ll A CO ,
Chiua, Glass and Earthenware,
NO 138 MEETING STU ET.
(OSK noon moa n.tSKi. st.,)
CHARI.KSTOX, S. Ce
Will supply ?Ouniry Merchant* willi
Goods, in his Hue, at se tew rates us ihoy can
buy in New York or elsewhere
GEO, W WILLIAMS & GO.,
I' FACTOR SH?
J Proprietors Carolina Fertilizer.
CHARLESTON, S- O
WILLIAMS, BIRNIE & CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, N.Y.
I 'berni AJvanr.? inmlo on Cot,on and Produce
nt 'oped to tte lo Chi "lesion or Now York.
Agon,'* for Baan/s L?ck, Eureka und Buokle
Tie, Butler and t well's Tier.
J.E. AD GE & & COT,
'.UlTKI.S or AX.?. ItKAI.KII* 1.1
CUTLERY, 801X8, BAR IRON, Si EEL,
J. E. Ad^r-, j
I A, McD. Crown,
i E. D. Robirs'on,
?G. II. Moffrit,
j J. AJg'r limy th,
i Y. A. Smyth.
1 Sept 28-? ?a
l.'.i? Mci 'og Street,
82 lin t Un </ S11. ( ,
CnAKLESKiN, S. C
ulrod ; ?od for thoet ^rceoforifg 0??., Af* 1
Mf.?oiW*? b* w. co., I
SOT Knit lljy, Obarlciion, 8.. C. j
LWTBR PRY aocrpd 1
?K ED AT
9 KING STRHTT
WHOLES A MC.
itifcns of Sumter. s>nd eli? adjoining connUetjj
i fbll assortment of ??boop DRY OC0DS, at th?jj
j II tr j buyors, both Indie* nu<l gonllomon. <^
icu visit tho ? ?tall store mut bnvo nil of yost]
jst.oB low uguros np mn bo found in Ibo etty,
p yoar bill) at No. Kin? stu it.
STALL. WE DB I CO.
ijs on bantf, rrrnly lo giro bis frionde and no-j
y, STOLE, WEM1 A CO.
Wm. & WBILDENT^^
HAVE REMOVED TUKIR J
WHO L KS A LE OHOOK B RT, CU IN Af
FROM So. 137 MEETINO STREET TO No.
oxtendlog tbmugb to No ?2 MARKET s TUE UT jj
entrance on both stre?ls.
Ur. W. S. L\NNKAIT will bavo tho WIlOLl
SALE DEPARTMENT oupoclally under bl*t
ohargo, and Mr. STEPHEN THOMAS, Jr* wilt;
bb found af tb? RETAIL STORE, No. 2AA
KINO STREET, corner Dcaufain, and wilt '
Our oustomers and frlonds will And a eo-m?3j
plots ASSORTMENT OP GOODS at bom}
Stores at REASONABLE RATES.
WM. O. WHII.DK*. S. THOMAS Jrt.'J
W. S. I \XNKAU.
CROCKERY, CHINA AND ULAS8WAR
WHOLESALE OR RETAH
Xo. 2 9 li AT X E S T E E ? T|
Xo. 62 MARKET STREET. |
SILVER AND PLATED WARF
CL! AND PRESSED OLASo,
CROCKERY AND CHINAR
Ko. & ?C KI N O SI R BET,
Fut sa'o ly
WILLIAM O. W II I L D E N ? 0 O.
FARMERS FERTILIZER CO.
Oilli'o 20 Hynno Street
WILLIAM ?. WHILD1 V, ?
_Sc|.tj?8^_t_ President, j
John F. Taylor & Co,
St (CliSSOIlS TO ?AGIERON A CO. '
Engineers, Boiler-Makers, &c.,
Nos. 1, C, 8, 10 & 12 PRITCHARD St'JJ
(XiiAR THE DRY DUCK),
CIIAKLKSTOX, SO. CA?
Steam Engines anti Boiler*!
MARINE, STATIONARY A PORTARLE .|
Rico Treshors, and Mills on
every description. I
Shafting Pullies und Gearing,]
Iron Fronts for Buildings, |
(Justing* ol'every kimi
* in Iron or l?jass.
-.. . ; jj
We guarantee to furnish Engines
and Boilers of as good qual?
ity and power, and at \
as low rates*as can
lie had in
New York, Baltimore or PhilaJ
dolph i a.
A?l EN':'.-' FOR
Jl'pgQX'? CEhEIMATED GOV?
KU XOR AND ?T(U? VALVE.
wh?oh tiru [mt 011 till nf mir KngincMi
So'it ?>? A
J M. KAf<M. T. . UAjHlN, fl
M A * O N
I Ii ON Willi KS
ESTA BLISHED 1838.
SASSAU A so coi. vii m/s sr HF. KT
i'll ?rft at A II s. c.
MARINE, .PORTAI?EE. STATIONARY
Boilers of all Clacse
).'. ) ('/.?in|iiif( vii'tn,
J.i n Prrt'btntf MUI'.
Pll .<;. uiic \V.i ':?r?,
t'Vnlllstlrtsr Mill*. *
SAw MILLS, v\?n:ii u\uu
J. M. E id >v t ? to.