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& < ^1^? ^oruWpp?^ ???rc ?i^ >
HjoUfoibga ?ew h/Our* >fter his death.
;j??ncr?l Lee hod bec? sjdiost cutirelj
T?iio?oapiou'a'.eiiicft Monday night, e.p<
\\ #;j*pi.red\veryvpe?^uHy;st halT-pust,
?. 'o .elo.ojg W?'a'?iJacUy jrmrojag. ' * Hi wai
fc^flra* 'taken/stpk /o? Wednesday ?vern
- ihg, September. 28,- ?hile jost about td
8?t down to toa, rr li co he snddeuly sank
jo hit? chair insensible, ll? soon revi
"fed, ?rid in tho course of the next ten
' daya ottudily improved, until it waa ho
ped Wus out of danger ; but ern Monday
evening last he became suddenly and
.rapidly worse, and ooutiuued to biol
'outil Wednesday morning. Duringtht
'.early part Of his sickness he slept much
. and apoke but little) but Was ..rational!
. when awake, and ' always rooognifcoi
17 those who approached him. At times!
? Iii? miod seemed for a While to woiider,j5
j and o? several oooaatona reverted, to th efl
sruiy. Ho once ordered hie tcut lo bi
..? struck, aud at another ti^c ordered that
Hill should be sent 'lor. Ho suffered
but little, and died without a struggle
He will be buried on Saturday, October
15, at V?! o'clock, The place selected
for bia i?tcruieut is a vault beneath the
- oollegtf chapul, which uanda iu I (val
midst of tho college grounds. Thia!
was tho Qrst building eroded after his!
removal to Lexington, General Lee
having declared that it was proper that
tho Gi at thing the oollege did should be
to dedietitte a house to' tho sorvioe of
. ' "religion. Hero he will appropriately
V.5 "rest, surrounded by tho monuments ot
\. .his lator yeats, his romains sentin'olled
by the mountains of that Virginia upon
winch he has conferred such imperish?
able fume. The corpse iras removed, to
' day from his rosideuce to the chapel,
where ho will Ho in state "until Satur
To day tho faculties of the varions!
.olloges held meetings and passed ap
RICHMOND, October 13.
Richmond presents to-day a scene ofS
mourning hardly witnessed in hiagener
at ion. Tho stores aud pUblio building*
are closed, the bells in all parts of the]
eily are tolling, and on many doors are
?delores or.d photographs of General
jee draped in crape, with evergreens.
The citizens aro standing in groups in
the principal thorough fares, and talk in
subdued, tones of tho sad event. The
fooling that he ought to bo buried
hero at the State's expeuces is nniver
sal, and Che Legislature, in making this!
request of his family, reiltcrated, public
opinion, lite City Council met to day
at the cull of tho Mayor. Governor
Walker, sent tho following message t
the General Assembly :
It is with unaffected grief that I an?
nounce' to you the painful intelligence
of tho death of General Kobcrt E. Lee
at Lexington, ou yesterday morning
- He dud as he had lived, a noble exem
phir ol' the sublime prinoiplcs and teach
mg* of tho Christian religion. Ht
gocadown to the lomb amid the lu tuen
lotions ol'nu affectionate and sovvowin
. people. Of exalted public and private
virtue in his life, he fited tho full mea
sure of our conception of a man. A
stricken lamtly, a bereaved Sluto, au
affectionate people, bow with reference!
and humility before this visitation o
Divine Providence. It is fitting that
you, the representatives of the people
should tu kc such appropriate action ssl
the melancholy occurrence suggests
I believe you would but give expie
sion to thc universal desire of tho poo
plc should you solicit thc interment ol
thc remains upon thu gouods owned hy
.the State in Hollywood Cemetery,
where they may raise n monumental
shaft commemorative alike of theil
sincere and lasting affect ?un for the man.
and.their profound nppiovlatioo of hi.-?
?rou'ness and goodness.
After reading thc Governor4? massage
a joint resolution was unanimously
passed, expressive of the deep sorrow
of both houses ut the sad event, and re;
questing ihut (ho body be turned over
tu tho Stute for interment at Hollywood
Cc in ot cry, near tho city j that a join'
com mi! tee, consisting of five members of!
thc House and three of thc Senate and]
throe presiding officers, bo appointed
to go to Lexington und escort tho re
mains heie, if i he requtst be granted
The r?')gis|ntur0 then adjourned.
Thc Tobacco Association held a mee
i og und suspended its session as rv mark
ot respect to the memory of General]
Lee. Tho City Council also met and]
adopted a series of appropriate r?solu
lions, und unpointed a committoto ao>
in concert with the legislativo commit
lee. The flags of thc shipping and
public buildings nero at half mast.
NB\V Ottl.BAN8, October 13
'l he death of General Lue casi
gloom over the city. Tho morning
Jiupurs were dressed in mourning, the
lags throughout the oily und shipping
. both foreign tun] homo, wore nt hull
Iftaftt, and many piucos were draped io
mourning. Tile Hoard of broker
adjourned last evening in respect lo]
Gt-nernl Leo, und J uduc Dibble thi
U' tining adjourned thu Eighth District
-Court, as a tr?bulo of rcspwtt to thi
deceased, lu tho course Of his remark?
tho Judge said his purposo wan to honor
a heroic and nobleoil if alf? who by hit
heming hud won thc admiration our)
.affection of every heart iu thu lund
The motion to adjourn wan mudo by
John II. Low, wh6 uollyorod at ouching
, tributo to liss memory
The following curd hu? been signed
by, many of tho most prominent mei
chun s und buiiuoss firms in tho city
Wo, the nu h-rsignod merchants, sug?
gest lo our fellow citizens that all busi
mao-has Mico. ; >:;:^ \
Tb? city has bee? Ju mouramg alli
day io honor of General Uf. All buai J
netts housea were closed, aud toe chuiohj
bella tolled. A public address was dei
livered ?t tho Opera Douse to a large]
audie ooo by General J oho J. . MorganJ
The grict of the people ts deep and uni]
versal. The deo th of General Lee
regarded ae a national calamity. ..
COLUMBIA, Ootober ?8V
Oo the announcement of ?he death of
Geoeral Lee, tho court ?Mourned, oo
motion of Solicitor. Talley. judge
Moiton, U?BO made rj0me remarks afc aro
impromptu meeting of the oUiiei*, held
?a the courthouse. ' General Wade
Hampton presided abd made en address ;
Capt ai n Caldwell acted ?8 secretary.
Col OD el J\ P. Thoma?, m an admirable^
f peech, offered appropriate resolutions,"
which were adopted. The resolutions
?ara to be sent tothefaouityof Washiog
too College, to General Lee's family,
and to the Governor of Virginia. Al)
the church bella were tolled all day.
WEDNESDAY, OCTR IO.
IA. A. GILBERT --.- - .EDITOR!
The Sumter Watchman has by
?far the largest circulation lisper
ovally in the swvounding country)
any paper published in Sumter,
land was established hi i860.
DEATH OP ?KN. KOBRRT K. I,BB.|
The whole South is in mourning,
and the nobler and unprejudiced North
Jem heart is moved, whilst the civilized
world will not fail to record the fact
that a great and good mao has depart?
ed from earth.
It is not iu the spirit with which we
viewed tho great captain, as he stood
with his weale and deoimated ranks,
tho invincible barrier against whioh
tho heavy legions of tho North roooiled
with disaster, and defeat, thai we eome
now to look upon him, as he passes away
from mortal sight. The nobler and
purer and higher instincts of our nature,
call upon us and upon the country, to
look upon him, as he rises to view, the
embodiment of the more grand and
enduring principles whioh have adorned
mankind in every age of the civilizod
world ; and American history, when
the passions and prejudices of the times
[shall have gone to oblivion, will not fail
to acoord him position foremost 'among
[those who have given lustre to our na
lu his great character and sublime!
virtues, Gen. LREOSU noverbe estim?t [
ed from the narrow stand point whioh
views him merely os the leader of 'he
Southe? o patriot soldier in our strug?
gle for civil liberty. 'Tis true that here
he won distinction, and the affections
Jof tho soldiery and of the whole people
fur whom he buttled, to au ox^0ft which
would shed additional lustre, and add
ja fresh wreath of laurel, to the brow
[of tho proudest chieftain of earth ; but
his name and history belong to the world,
and will bo enrolled, on tho scroll of fame J
high among thoso mankind will delight
to cherish, as grout and good. Side byl
side with that of "the Father of his[
country," his fame will go down to future)
Aud now that he has passed forever
away from us, the lessons his life and
character leach, address themselves to
us with fresher and moro earnest ap?
Tho soul of manly coora go and endu
rance, he was not only great amid the
olush of arius and tho shock of batt io,
but great amid thc wreck, aud ruin, and
[dark ness of disaster and defeat. The
humo faith and trust in his God, whioh
?ave nerve to his arm and placid hero?
ism to his heart, ns he moved amid the
thunder* of artillery and rain of the
?deadly bullet, supported him in the
more trying arden) that followed ; and
brought to view tho sublimer virtues ol'
his character. HR raises no voice ol
vindictive- condeninattai against he fer
with whom ho contended'; but, with thcl
culm meekness of the christian soldier,
resigns himself to the terrible change!
that ensues, and exhibits the same]
patient endurance throughout all th?]
crushing humiliation that follows.
We foci that our poor pen is too weak
und imputent to rooord his virtues'; bul
thoy live in tho hearts of the people, and
will altino with a brighter lustre a?
yours and generations roll on.
NOHT?:<Klf li I. BOT IO NS.
State elections wuro held, last week,
in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Indiana J
There hus Uouu soma Democratic gain]
on tho whole vote of thone Stute? ; bute
thc cxtout to whioh u revulsion of pub?!
rbi grslef> Jf? Mabi?jtf*-*f th?, g?rotii
echoed and rc-whoed with, the tinging
.hoot ?Bd merry lichter peal of tty
youthful tbroog, And oidor hear te
?rei? g'.adeoed. and beat with, youthful
impulse, too. And wer? oar pen permit
Wd td stray midst each happy group, it
would tell of inore than" j ampi og ropo/
or "prisoner's base." Tb%re Mle mern
orita dODoeotcd with tho ?pot, thai> in?
vested it with the charm of other days,
and marked it M the scene* ??where first
wc> ?eV* fwd wh,er e the glance of the
vff etamped impresBioos upon the heart,
whiefc herve long since ripened into ms?
tor Ky, produoing tho beautiful fruits el
connubial lpvo and the happy family
'The "occasion was favored with tho
presence of Revs. 8.M.. Rion AJRDSON and
WM. HAYNE LEAVKLL, of tho Baptist
Church, who kindly ? consented, sud
addressed the children iu remarks hap?
pily calculated to impress tho youthful
heart with tho sublime principios of
christian truth and love.
' There.were' also juvenile addresses
from Miss, li ATTI v. DURANT, Miss
?FANNIE PINGLE, and Master KEMBBUT
SHARVIN and PRESTON MOOD, which
reflected oredit upon the young speak?
ers. . . <
Later in the day, those grateful
shades were redolent with the swoet
imusio of the Sunday sohool Hymn and
chorus, ?We are a group of happy
children," was invested with new and
holier inspiration, as it swelled from the
lips of the youthful company, beneath
tho blue canopy and bright sunlight
of Heaven, in the temple of nature's
It is good thus to withdraw oneself
from the busy and distracting care? of
?li?o, and spend the day in promoting
tbe christian pleasure and instruction
of the young.
9&- Mr. Tilos. T Ursiiun, to be
found at the Hardware store of Capt.
L. P. LORIN?, who represents Messrs.
LYON BROS. Cotton Factors and Com?
mission Merchants, of Baltimore, will
make liberal advances ou cotton and
needed plantation or family supplies.
We take pleasure ic referring our
readers to bis advertisement, on anothor
column, and asking for him a libera)
sharo of patronage.
Between Trance and Prussia is pro?
gressing slowly. Paris and Parisian
enthusiasm hold out. Various French
successes of minor importance noted.
Efforts to conolude s peace continue,
amidst increasing complications. a
BBEDBB St DAVIS.
We take pleasure in calling the at-B
tention of our readers to the card oil
this firm in another column. Agreeable,!
prompt, reliable; they are thu!
very men to transact a planter's busi-l
ness to hie satisf action ai.d advantage!
?OOO POIS DARLINGTON*
We saw, in the garden of Mr. J. W.j
GAMBLE, at Florouco, the other day,
stalk of cotton, upon which there waa!
four hundred and sixty matured bolls ;l
or bolls that would make white staple [
In addition, there was a largo uumbei
of bolls partly matured, besides ,lf or ms.'
It measured eight feet in height, twen
ty five feet iu circumference, aad seveu|
feet in diameter.
Mr. GAMBLE also exhibited to our
delighted eyes, a piece of ootton, con?
taining two acres, from which he had
already gathered over four thousand
pounds iu the seed. Wo had never be
fore Been cotton so heavily fruited with]
matured fruit. The bolls wore iu Clus?
ter?-the brunches borne to tho ground
with their weight. It was of tb?
"Boyd's Prolific" variety, and. stable
manure, alono, had been used.
The Temperance Advocate, published
lat Columbia,.8. C., under dato of Oot.
I, contains the following resolution ;
Resolved, That tho Tempor?neo Lite
rory and Debating Society of Columbia
dc invite the temperance organizations
.ad all'friends of tempor?neo through?
out this State to meet in oodVentloQ in
Columbia on the 10th November next,
fur the purpose of deviling some organ
?lcd . plan for advancing tho cause}
throughout the State.
The same paper states that th oro ic
some probability of a visit from ED?
WARD CABS WELL, Esq , a distinguished
temperanoe lecturer from the British
Province^of Ontario, with a tlow ot
.peaking at some of the more prominent
points of the State. Letters addressed
toB. D. TOWNSENRD, at Society Hill,
will meet proper attention.
nebea ? fctt?t f*?? bi?,. ?^???4 tM
je|?ji>0: BUTfcBB, which axarbWatbe?
gricvou? ?eocteity for rotorm, and
th? honest ^ople of th* 8t*te to de?
. Capt. W. L^sPAStf ifM ?m?WgB
the speak?? ol 'litt great Hefoifm Masafl
Meeliog at Cb&Tt??ton last weikv- Th efl
Netoa o? Saturday Inst, says that he
tor oed to Camden on the da.y prov?ousM
leaving tn Charleston pleasant r,eoQ.(l?o.B
tiona of the tiraely, eloqueut and patri-R
otic speech delivored by him. y > fl
; Wo ar? iud ???ted to the publiaheriM
Meaars. L. lt. HAMBRBLBY A Co., I forfl
the Septombor number oi? their Maga-H
noe, entitled as above, oootu?nibg choice!
selections from foreign current litera-B
turo. Subscription , price 84, or. sentB
with the Watchman for 92 per annuur.fl
?t contains about .140 pages of entertain fl
IHK LKXINaTON DISPATCH. fl
. We have received the first number offl
qu^te a Ddt little sheet, entitled ns fl
above and publidhud at Lexington Court fl
House, bj Mr. OODJTBBY M. HARMAN fl
The tncohanionl department of the dis-fl
patch' is under the management of Capt.fl
W. D. M. HARMON, nod its editorial!!
labors will bo performed by W. H Rt CB,BJ
Ksq., and Capt. W.D. M. HARMAN. Bi
The initiatory shoot gives promise offl
usefulness. We extend the hand offl
courtesy cordially, and shall expootfl
pleasure .from the visits of our newfl
friend. ._" fl
We have nothing favorable to report. -Offer-H,
inga have not bee? aa large aa last week, andfli
prieea have not improved. Onr market closes arl'
from ll to 19 cents, which is fully ap to Newfl
York and Liverpool. We do not look for better?
prices until tho war doses. fl
BACON-Sides, 20@22; Shoulders, 18? 19 fl
Hams, 30. N
LARD-20? 25c ff
FLOUR-Per bbl. $7?$12. g
OOPPEB-Leguayra, 3U@32 ; Java, 45@5u;||
Rio, 22@30. H
8UOAR-Brown, 12}@H; C., 15? 17 ; A., nfl
@00 ; Crushed, 19t@0O. ?
Il AU OIN G-26?379. fl
IRON-TIES-8@ 10. K
RATESV1LLE SHIRTINGS - Por bale 12ofl
YARN BY THE BALE-f 1,90c. Per bunch.H
NEW YORK MARKET, OPT? 18 fl
COTTON 15ft. fl
GOLD 113*. fl
LATEST QUOTATIONS OF fl1
SOUTHERN SECURITIES, fl
IN CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Corrected weekly by A. C. KA ?FM?N,
Broker, No. 25 Broad Street.
OCT. 14, 1870?
STATS SECUHIYIBB-South Carolina, old, 82?
00; do new, 72??- do, regist'd atoe?, ek int
CITY SKCORITIKB--Augusta, Ga. Bonds, -@
80; Charleston, S. C. Stock, (oz qr int) -?46j
do, Firo Loan Bond?, -@67j Columbia, S. C
Bonds, - @60.
RAILROAD BONDS-Blue Bidge, (first mortgage)
-@60; Charleston and Savannah, -@66
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta, -?86;
Choraw and Darlington, -85 ; Green ville nnd
Columbra, (?st mort) - ?8?; du, (8into guar
nntoo) 66? - ; Northeastern, -@80; Savan?
nah and Charleston, (lat mort)-78; do, (Stute
guarantee)-?60; South Carolina,-?75;' do,
71 ; Spartanburg and Union,'-@00.
RAILROAD- STOCKH-Charlotte, Columbia an dB
Augusta,-@40; Uroenville mid Columbia, -Hi
? 2i; Northeastern, @19; Savannah nnd Charles H
ton, - @3I ; South Carolina, (whole - sh'arcsjH?
-?38; do, (half do) -@W.
Exe H ANO K. ?fcc-Now York 8tgbt, i off par;
Oold, 111? 114; Silver, 104.?
SOOTS. CA ll Ot. Ut A ?ARK BILLS.
*Bnnk of Charleston.,.-?
.Bank of Newberry.......97@
Batik ofCumdon.,. e.*+*..*.*.?% 37?-H
Dank cf Georgetown..?...."-??
Hank of South Carolina.10?
Dank of Chester.11?
Uonk of Hamburg-<-.....'.~??
Dunk of State ot 8. C. prior to 1861.45? -
K ink of State of S. 0. issue 1861 nnd 1862 32? -
.Plnntors'und Mechanics'Bank of Charles-?
. People's Bank of Charleston........-?
. Union Bank of Charleston.- ? -
.Sou tb wes io m B R Bank of Charleston, - ?
.Southwestern R R Dank of Charleston, -@
Marmora' and Exohange Bank of Charles*-?
ton. 1? -
Exohsnge Bank of Columbia..o?
Merchants' Bunk of Cheraw. 0?
Planters'Bank ofPairfleld .tttn
State of South Carolina Bills Reoeivable...007
City of Charleston Change Bills...95.
.Billa marked thus (*) nre being redeemed at
Ibo Bank Counters of eaeh.
?Tan 12 _? ly
rilHE RKOULAR MONTHLY COMMUNICA-'
_L TION OF CLAREA ONT LOLGB, NO 64;
\.\ P.*. M.*. will bo hellion Thursday evening
NOT. 3, 1870, ot 7 o'olook.
Members tn nrroars aro summoned to attend!
[this Communication, and show cause why their]
?nautas, should not bo atrloken from the roll.
By order of
B. O. OREEN, W.-. M.*.
T. V. WALSH, Seoretary. _
T71ROM this data, Mr. JUNIUS N. SPANN
_L ?ill Sot its my Agent In tb? management!
Ol tay store and transaction of alt business eon
Oat 19-JR J. 8. HUOHSON.
I A YOUNO LADY, of some experience ia?
J_\ toaoblng, desirae * situation as teeaaerS*
ouTTer ln a aebool of a private family. Sho ieT
Competent to teach tb? asa Kl English branches J
and music on tb* Plano. She can give good re l
oommoodatioae both aa to competency and|
personal oharaot?r. Address imn.cdlstely,
MR. HENRY POXWORTH,
Ku in ter, 8. O.
or MIL DAVID HOUSER,
Oct 19-tt 6U Mathewj,8. 0.
DIED, tn Buiate* Circuit. .Bebbatb morning,
September 25,1870, NICHOLAS &. PUNCH. We
Ml ti to be a pleasure, as.well asa duty, to tay
9o??tbli.?* of thia servant of God,, who baa poss
ad to bia reward. ? . . * '? . . . , .
' Ha hod been a member of the Met ho di at C burch
or mure than thirty yeara add daring tba? tim*
Mirved tb? Church in th? oapeeK* of Steward,
Slaoa Leader, Sunday ?ohool Superintendent,
k?lTeachor of Bible Clo*a. At bl? death'be
waa Chairman of Board Of Stewards, and Teach
?r of our interesting female Blbio Clasi.
Whatsoever the poeitiop -assigned him, be was
"althful, and ponctuai io the performance of all
ils dulles. He wa? blessed with more than an or*
dinary mind, wbicb he bad atores! with mucb.use
\il Knowledge, puking bim wiro In counsel and
?or root in Judgment. .. ",' .
' Tor two year?, previous to bl? 'death, lt wee
apparent that his health waa rapidly declining,
un t as tho "outward maa perished the J award
map waa renewed day by day." For twelve
Months bo frequency spoke of bl? death, with
r,rent calmness, manifesting an unshaken faith
In God, through the Lord Jesu? Christ, A yeal
before his death, when bo apprehended that death
waa nigh, he requested t>>o Writer of thia to preach
?la funeral-sermon from- that anbllmepoaaage in
Job > "Though ho alay me, yet will I trust in
bim." He died as the itofant of day?, falling
Mle?}. In its mother'? arm?, and we feel assured
that be has exchanged thc sorrows of earth for
ibat "real remaining to the people of God." Io
his. \ death the Church baa loot one of ber most
stBolent member?, the country a worthy eitlien,
? bereaved wife, an affectionate husband. He
oaves a largo circle of relative? and frionda to
mourn his. foss. May they remember be cannot
-.omo back to them, but may they strive to go
where he I?.
J. W. MURRAY,
i Christian Neighbor - ?nd Southern Christian
Adv?cate will please copy.'
Good to Eat.
Beof Tongues, Cabbages,]
Tomato ss, Green Corn,
Lard, 20o. Coffee, 26b.
Sugar, i2? Vinegar, 60c.
AUGUSTA FLOTJR, all grades,
BOLTED MEAL AND GRIST.
AND ALL KINDS OP
CANDIES, plain and fairey.
Toilet Soaps, io variety,
Glass and Crockery Ware.
, , Lamps and Fixtures,
Fine Segara and Tobacco.
Call on J. N. SPANN, Ag't,
UNDER PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY. |
Having this day assumed the management oil
tho Mercantile business or Dr. <T. S. IIUGH-I
STON, I would respectfully invite ALL of my I
Irlends, ladies and house hoopers especially, tel
jail and examino goods and price?. Satisfaction!
guaranteed. J. N. SPANN,
Oct 19_ Agent.
And aJU manner of Wood Wor7<\
' for (7te Same.
PLOUGHS, ftc., &c.
THE UNDERSIGNED offer? for ?ale, at very]
LOW PRICES-POR CASH-a. rory full!
assortment of the abo?? artlolos. I
Whore oredlt ia desired, - special contract? for|
the same may be made for approved nofbs.
. Repairing of all kind? io Wood and Iron exe?
cuted With promptness and dispatch.
, ' W. J. ANDERSON, Agent.
Ott 19~?V . . -
NEW GEORGIA ?*LOUR,
I-ORDRR'4 TAKEN FOR
WINTER SEED OATS,]
J. W. DARYAN'S.
Oct 19 ; ; ''? ? ' ? _4?
tVrohff?ot, . County Surveyor;!
ff ILL ATTEND tO ANY BD6INE?8 BN-I
rusted to a* Bf with ?ce,?r*cy and. dispatch,
Ref?* tb F.OES OR FRIRND8.
' ? . . ; ? Addreie, Manchester, 8. 0.
I ? fi D S R ? i D A V I?
, CGTT?tf ^?TO?IS, AN*) J
General Commission Merchants,]
ADGBR'S WHARF, 1
C h a r 1 o s to n , 8 . 0 . "
>swell Reeder. 2(ram??anQ Davlsl
.Ceti? '?. . ' a* "
mg rsilrnMii ??t?t they ?rill rapidly MC
lat?. Md, at tho IUD? tl??, be aw.Jort u,
' TO TO?^ ti
M, J. ZKRNoV
f'Hai! reeenti* returned fro? Nal
Tori, where ?be selected ?a ?i
giant and variad assortment oV
flood? In the
Embracing all lb.? latest NOVELTIES OF Til Kl
[SKASON. : ; ?M I
?er Stock hes been selected with great carej
ind will bo found unequaled In choice and verle-i
[ty, ?nd will be oft>red at price? that cannot fal*
ko glveaatlaraetloB./ I
1 ?ar Order*' from th? COHO try will recelve|
prompt attention. :
Pet 10 ,
Central Bail Road Co?
CHARLESTONS. C., October lt, 1870.
fXMIB FOURTH INSTALMENT OF FIVFfl
X DOLLARS PER. SHARE, will be payable*
on 16th November proximo.
In Charleston-at the Office of th? Company,
? . No. 10 Broad-street.
In Sumter-To Major JOSEPH JOHNSON.
In Clarendon-To Br. JOHN I. INGRAM.
WM. H. PXRONNBAU, Treasurer.
\Cotton Factors d> Cotn'n. Merchants^
175 Smith's Wharf,
. BALTIMORE MARYLAXD\
THROUGH OUR AO'T, THOS. T. EPS H UR.!
J H., at Su tu ter, 6. C., we are prepared tel
make M liberal, advances on consignment* oil
COTTON when delivered, M any - one, and willi
bold it for e reasonable period if desired. We]
will fill sdi orders for
Git AI v, PROVISIONS, HAY, ORO*]
C KU I KS, ?Ye.
at the cheapest market rates for easb on de l
livery. Having connections In the West ?edi
being members of the Baltimore .Cern Exchanged
we foci assured that we oap put drain ?ed Prov!-!
si on s io Sumter as cheaply, if not more so, than!
any one In th? Statu of South Carolina. We buyl
at small profits for oub, and soe willing to sell!
so. We feel sure of giving general satisfaction.]
to Sumter in the into est of the above firm, I reJ
speotfuUy state to the Planters .and publie gen J
?rally, that having given' almost universal!
satisfaction during my past year's ageney, I bavai
00 hesitation In again solid ting the patronage off
Sumter and adjoining Coontie?, and promise ?y|
utmost endeavors to pica*?.
TnOS T. UP8nUR,
Office nt the Store of Capt. L. P. Loving.
Oct 19-_ _,1m
' * ^QTONS IRON TIBS,
5,000 Peanut Bag?,
2,500 Sacks Salt,
45 Boxos L. 0. Bacon,
80 Hogsheads Bacon,
100 Barrels Mess Pork,
ISO Barrels ?ad Boxe? CrackersJ
lb Boxes Cheese,
. . . , . .i
10 Bose? Cod Fish,
SO Tabs Superior Batter,
180 Barrels Sager,
SO Hogsheads Sngar,
80 Oases Fresh Poaobes,
80 ..*> Conceatratod Ly K
80 ? Potash,
80 " COY? Oysters,
SOO Barrels. Fleur, ,
f 8 Tabs, Kegs cad Tieroes Lard J
80 Boxe? Candle?.
Jv i* v v . . t . i .i .
For lal? low by
V. W. KB R?HN BR,
27, 28 ?nd SO North Water St.
Pet 10-_ _r.
A FINB LOT OF OOLOATIi'ri FAMlLTf
[\_ SOAPS, aad Ait ?at? cheep,
T ! By J. F.. W, DoLOBME,
1 A fresh lei of LANDR?TH'S ONION SETTS J
l-OL whit? and red
Ly J. F. W. DeLORME.
Pictures ! Pictures ! Pictures 1 \
w]? i ? ' "?"**. .*. "
IThese Ptcturee are now taken at tba Sumter
Gallery, In ail ?lae? cad styles-up td tifia sise
Recent Improvement* have beert bro?gilt Inte
r?quisition, and the undersigned feels confidant
that he ?an produce as . erfect ead Well finished
Pictures a? can be obtained In the flute.
J Copying rHm Old LtXeat?ees. .ad the or Igln ?ll
Titi VT Ji jrl io .
j& w*?? - Slr; .v*v:v,'.; igjS&S
FANCY GOODS, OBOOKEKY
SADDLERY ?nd HARNESS;
HATS and OAFS, |^;!?$$
of edi Mudfl, (?xcefefc tiq??m)!
, ; . i ?-? : '- -'^f
Sat?n Cloth, ? new article for Ladlea Dregier,
ASSORTMENT OF DRESS 00008 la Town.
At Y OREEN A WALSHS
All Wool Merinos, DeLalne? and Empress Cloth.
OF ALL KINDS. THE LATEST 8 TY LBS.
At GRKKN * WALSH'S.
AlpQccae-all kind?, colors and qualities .
At OREEN A WALBOO. :
8llke, Poplin s, Scotch Plaide and Paney Delal nea
Shawls and Cloaks,
At GREEN & WALSH'S.
Cloaks and Shawls of all qualities. .
AMD nATS, of all kinds,
At ORKEN A WALSH'S. I
Largest Assortment of Harnees ia Sumter. Coates
and tee lt.
AND WHIPS, ofueei quutity;
At OREEN A WALSH'S. .
Saddles and Bridles to suit every one.
ANO HARDWARE, at retail kai wholesale,
At G KEEN * WALLH'S.
Another Lot of thoa* Kew Sirle Hats.
BY PURCHASING THE NON EXPLOSIVE
KEROSINE LAMPS, to bo had ou!y
. At GREEN A WALSH'S.
? -i- ' : \i
China and Glass Wara. . 1
Crockery of all kinda.
DP CORN, BACON. LARD, BAMS AND
BUTTER, COFFEE,TBA and SUGAR,
? ? . At QKBBN A WALSH'S.
Calf Skin, Sola and Laolng Leather..
Bobber Belting. ..?.->
LOUR. SALT, MOLASSES aad UBSS
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Philadelphia Boote and Shoes. ?
ItfV WHtTB GOODS, GLOVES, HOSIBRY!
\\J and DRESS GOODS, Just reaatred at aa
Itonlshlof ly low prices,
_Dy GREEN A WALSH.
Mile's Boote and Shoes. King'. Ladles Sho?s.|
New York Exchange,
BOUGHT AND SOLD BY
GREEN A WALSH.
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[Bargains in Eemnants,
Planter'i owing ut for Supplies art
requee'ted to meet their oitiga
ticmejpromptig^aeth^ v \ \ [
ie ihc time of the year wt need, our
te? Cotton, we witt dtip and W i
'-OIMMIN * w?L?fK .
Ve are prepar? to -pay the HIOHlSrPj
EA81I PRIOH POR COTTON, OR SHIpJj
KP HOLD WBMN DESIRED, making 1
0A8H ADVANCES ON SAME.
Green ? Walsh,
0F.ALER8 IN 8?N6lUt ^ROHANOISe.
. ' ;A??
Of the Season caa bc tm
?S A GENERAL fiTO^fc|[
?1 ?& - " i* ?. Iv ?V-.
? ; desire to call espoo]*! |ttt>
: . . ' $ " ..
tion to my extensivo Stock of
&c , ftc*? Aft
?l-l . . . . , 'ff '*Gw2f
Mjr Grocery Department is being
daily replenished with a varied
stock of every stylo of
KEPT IN THAT Lim
New Patterns fortheWrirei
Stamping for Embroi?
dery and Braiding
Il now prepared to ferr? Ibo Ltdlu. OlD *?l
examino her new and beaatifel
i JUST RECEIVED..
Dresses Fl it ed according to Ultttt,
at the Sumer CoafexUiiery,
Where jon can alio get the BEST C ANDT, M?
NICE TBING8, GENERALLY, at ll* e*
Regular Confectionery and Fane* 8**
Pet 1?_. . '
FALL AND WlN!TI?
I am now wcoiv?nga lai?r?0^
Complete Stock of
FALL AND WINTBR
. OF EVERY DESOMfXWE?
' CLOTHS, GASSIMBRBS, gHfiL
Kentuckey Jeanf, of low |re*e *ee?*v
Shirl* ... '
Drawer?, . ' : .
Olores and CrarsU,
Hankereblefs, Ae., it--A?
AtSO A FULL SVPmANDVAMtTTW
. These Qoods X aa* determined WjMP JJ
taft they caa ha br eght lo J^*^
|QC la this ?Me alone,! em enabled WiKg,*
? only ask my oil friends to^gggg
and ir they do nof ?nd my f*o?* .?7Fr'
not expect theta to bay. > ,
?. J. WINN, Age*
Sept ?8 ^^T"
lathe Ct-o. .1*^-*?
ratees ?. l?endrick, Ce?. fWfP?*
.?s,' , .< . ? -.1 'tte.
Joaaty. Cnowo ?. *?. M? te b? '
'lenurton, branded by lead igJV ^"uU
lenlfs ead by land of P. ?. B"??W
f McDonald ead E. Cords.
Oat third oMh-tbebalaaoe ^T'Lyabh