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yV^PAffbfl ? . M81NE88 MANA9ER
All Trassaten? Advertisements* Md all
jo&Work amt ba paid for io eaeh. Thia will
bs observed witboat dletinetlon. Subscriptions
sro alio pajrable la advance.
< | T . + . ?V t ? .
^er- Applications for Job Work will be made,
tt the office, to Taos. B. F co wans.
Tbe WATCHMAN book* ar? in tb? keeping of W.
f. PAXTpavwbQ wllljcecelpiior monlee doeaod
.tteud to ?ll mat ter. eon oe? ted frith the Adver?
tising or HubsrcHptlon departments.
asjr Oar Advertising frlseda ar* raoowted to
?ted la Weir favor* aot later tbaijf Monday. ..? ;
_-- f.. i ? ? ? J aa ta "?
colton ia up ft idttla.
Tbe advauee In the staple, within the past
three or four deysy ia more than en ooah to p*y
the amount due the Watchman, two or three timer j
over. Let us see how ruooy will take this view
of lt, and nakoaneh provision from the gala thus
reallied t We pause for tte responses. .
^^p?stils of Mr. Somue? VVmtooo^^
One of tbe best eitlseus of Sumter recently
pened throDgh the Val? that separates' os from
tbs spirit land, and has gone to waar bis im?
mortal crown ol heavenly reward.
We utter no word of compliment, inspired by
yesrs of strong personal esto JIU and lova, when
we ?"ito to bis memory "ode of Sumter's best
citiseni." Our departed friend was known of all
the community in tbis character, and loved by
all, wbite and blaok--tho large number of color?
ed people In attendance upon his funeral services
attesting the fact that he held a warm plaee in
their affections. Som? of these, too, more prom
ioiDt, followed the hearse to the plaee of burial?
sod sought and performed service in the last sad
duty and respect discharged by his friends.
MR. WATSON was one of the piliers of the Bap?
tist Church at this place, and had been as a pol?
ished shaft in tho earthly temple of the Most
High for many years. II o loved Ute church .and
all of ber services with a steady and unvarying
ardor, and in bis liberal heart devised g?nerons
things in her support. To the donominntlon
to whioh bo belonged, and to our obrletlan com?
munity, his death involves a sad loss.
For several years ho waa one of tho loading
pariaors ot the enterprising .mercantile house of
OREEN, WATSON A WALSB, and to his energy
and industry and well directed effort was due
mach of the large success attained by that bouse,
and Iii? beneficial results accruing to our town as
a business mart.
Bis health had been feeble for many years,
rendering it necessary for him to scok.tho invig?
orating climate and restorative waters of the
mountain regions of North and South Carolina.
Ho returned to bis homo after an absonco during
the summer months, to die in tho bosom of bis
deeply devoted family, and in the midst of his
Urge circlo of sympathising friends.
Wo mourn him as a departed friend, but wo
know that he has gone to a shining seat in tho
blissful courts of the heavenly Paradise, and we
take comfort, while extending to his afflicted
family our deepost sympathies.
HellKlona.
Wo take pleasure in making announcement,
that Bishop T. F. DAVIS, of the Episcopal
Church, will hold religious services at the Church
of the Holy Comforter, at Sumter, on Sabbath
morning next, at the usual hour.
?-&~ Wo call attention to the Ordinance in re
gard to the sale of Country produoo in town after
dark. Intendent, Capt. OREEN commenced the
seising of Seed Cotton ajs> tho early part of last
week and now that (ratio hus entirely stopped iu
our town at night. This will be welcome news
to our planting frionds. Capt. OREEN deserves
tbe thanks of all honest men.
Direct from JLOUIMVII lc to Humicr.
We learn that Messrs. GREEN A WAI.HU re?
ceived, on Monday lust, o car load of flour,
through dlrcot from Louisville-the first for this
placo by the great Western froigbt line recently
established.
Mr. J. T. SOLOMONS, we also loam, received
twenty barrels ol flour by the same shipment.
- -4.?a?.?- ?
Road Work.
Wo direct attention to the notice to roadwork
defaulters, by tho board of County Commission?
ers, on another column. The law authorizes tho
Board to call out all able bodied men to work
tbe roads, and in case of rofusal or negleot;
to impose and collect floes. We learn
that it is the purpose of the Board to proceed to
executo the law, and we thcreforo diroot the at?
tention of all interested to tho matter.
Vine Clgara.
Messrs. NASH A DULIN have laid on our table
a bundle of Cigars, tho very odor of wbiob,
before '.to fire ls applied and tho smoke curls, is
exhilarating. Thoy aro of the higher and finer
brands, and gentlemen whoso ?testa is moro suo
ceisfully woeod or pleasurably succeeded by tbe
inspiration ot tho finer Spanish weed, should
give thom a trial.
Urocerlea.
Mr. F. W. KERCIINEII, of Wilmington, adver?
tises various articles in the Grocery line, in largo
quantities. His establishment is ono of the most
attractive placea of that city, to all people there,
wben in pursuit of something to comfort the in
norman.
Adrian dc Vollere.
These gentlemen keep up a large stook of Gro?
ceries, In groat variety, and also keep up, mean?
while, a systoni of advertising by which tho fact
is mude known to tho world at large. The result
is, they biivo a largo and increasing business.
The attention of grocery buyers is directed to
their advertisement.
Black Seed Oat?.
Mr. J. D. MATH KI HON, of Augusta, Geo., of?
fers a cargo of tho celebrated Black oeod Oula for
salo, as will bo soen by rcforonco to our adverti?
sing columns. The Augusta market now sootns
to be drawing nearer to tho people of this soo
lion of Carolina ; and nearer still, ns the noblo
body of workmon employed open up thc way for
the track of tho Wilmington, Columbia and Au?
gusta line.
The Editor He-Seated
Wo oro groatly iudebtcd to Mr. J. D. CnAio
and bis very efficient nnd worthy employee, Mr.
B. T. BARFIKMI, for tho vory kind and liboral
act involved lo re scating the editorial chairs ol
Ibo Watchman, Tho work ia handsomely dono,
>Q tho stylo k nown ns onrto-oo-alod, and tho editor
.gain write? from an easy and comfortable chair,
to ' j nothing of the bountiful polish imparted,
making tho whole thing look as though lt had
jost come, originally, from the hands of the skill?
ful Workman.
MR BARFIELD ls prepared to do this kind of
work at moderate charges. Send your bottomless
chairs to bim and have them made .now again,
and encourage home industry.
Furnitur?.
Mr. J. E. BOA'IRB advertises tho "Sumter Fur
nituro and Chair Waro Booms," on another col?
umn, and we take pleasure in d wealing publio at?
tention thereto. n0 |," rocently made large
additions to his stook, including, as will be seen,
8olas, Sido Boards, Book Cases, Wardrobes, Bu
reaus, Washstands, Sitting and Booking Chairs,
?ll mannef of sleeping comforts for children, be?
sides Cottage Setts, Ao. Mr. SuAftrta ls always
courteous and polite and takes great ploaeure in
.bowing persons through his stook. The np
P'Ofcch to his Furnituro Rooms is now though a
Blgct of stairs from Ibo front,
BlectlOM Keiara*.
lh*fgila?fcu|if ipi^jwnfwtMlr; th*J
Co?ulsfl?nere 1er SumUr Coan ty's. " . 1
tfOR GOVERNOR. [
R. K. Scott........ .nXii. I,.M.SAM
R. B. Carpenter............10*4
LIEUT GOVERNOR.
A.' *A ^.DfUr (co,?r*?)~..'?'.....W8> ]
M. C. Butjer.,......1030
CONGRESS. '
C. W, .Pudly....-..?. V. ?40
/ SENATE.
v RKPRESK NT AT1V K S. V
L**.*!^"' Jr- ,?;4*2w.i#??A...MOS
W. II, gardner......^.....?yii."~..S?8*
i?:::::;:::;- s;
, ; ;. 00DN?T'00MMI6BI0$BB8.
J? "?? ? Tindal............."MM...i.^..M.....?^*??
B. Fpear? (colored1.???A?t.,3?S4
??*?& ????o'?*0.?-?r.?.MM
J. Mv Wilder............... TM
Jerry McLeod..M.,.?*./ I
London Sumter.,. 703 |
SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
J.' N, -Corbett.....M.........S701
PROBATE JUDGE.
C. M. Hqrit..............;...8H?
. CORONER.
J. A. Whlttemore...;...,...t......WMWM...M,M8O70
Wbolo number of wblto votes..?......1088
Wb?le number of colored rotee . 3556
Tbe independent tioket roted for waa cent out
only a day or two before the election, and was
not generally known.
Sumter Book Score.
See tbe adrortisomont, on anothor oolumn, In
which some books are montlooed and arrange?
ments elated for furnishing all others. Prices
guarantoed as low as the retail prices of any
ooneern in the United States.
Uualnea* Change atUlajreawllle*
Notices which appear in this issue Inform the
publio that the houso of J. A. M aria A Co,, at
Mayesvlllo, bas dissolved by the wltbdrawl of |
Mr. W. J. Mui.nnow, and that tho business, in
tbe same departments-Drugs and Medicinen,
Groceries and Provisions-will nu? ?>? conduct?
ed nv Dr. J. A. M AT*S. While expressing our
high appreciation of the retiring partner, we ex?
tend renewed compliments and commendation
to Dr. MAYES, who remains in position to serve
his friends and the good people of tho Mayearllle
sealion genorally.
tv ttl. G. W 'bilden Sc Co,
Visitors of the Groat Fair at Charleston, tbe
present week, should not fatl to call at the
beautiful ostabliehuicut of Wu. G. WUILDKH A
Co., at 20 Uayno Street und 225 King Street.
Thoir array of Crockery, China and Glass ware
at the former and cr Ibo finer grades of crookery
and Silver and Plated Ware, Watehet and Jew
orly, and of ali thut beautiful addenda of such a
stock, at the lattor, is worth going to seo, even
though you have no purchases to make.
Tho wholesale Department, which ison Hay no
Street, is under tho accomplished management of)
Mr. W. S. LANNF.AU, and tho Retail Ilouse, on
King Street, under tho very efficient and cour?
teous cure of Mr. STEPUEN THOMAS, Jr.
Our readers will please refer to the advertise?
ments of Ji? ir houses, el BC w hero In our paper.
"Tue Unlvoraal Ayer."
On my journeys over the continent-through
Turkey, India, China, ?apnn, Peru, Chili, Para?
guay, Brazil and Mexico, and tho United States
-in thom nil to gomo oxton t and in some to great
oxtont, I have found tba universal Ayer repre?
sented by bis family medloines which are often
hold In fabulous ostoera. Whether they win
their marvelous reputation by their cures, I know
not, but I know they have it to suoh a degree
that it frequently gave mtj a distinguished luapor
tanoe to have come from tho samo country.
Ficld'? Letten from Abroad.
?sit* If you want to buy Harness, Saddles,
Trunks, Valises, Bags, Satchels, Collars, Hnu.es,
Chains, Kiding bridles, Martingales, Whips,
Spurn, Curry-combs, Horse brushes, Feothor
brushos, Axlo-grea80, Oil, Leather, Saddlery
Hardware, and all Goods kept In a first class
Saddlery Establishment, call at J. S. TOPHAM A
Co.V., No. 8 South Front Street, Wilmington,
N. C.
"SCORN TO DO A MEAN ACTION." but do
a buroano ono by recommending all who suffer
with Chills and Fever. Dyspepsia, debility, want
of Appetite, to try Sumter Bitters, tho Great
Southern Tonio.
-~4 -I I
At tho creation, the gifts of heaven precodod
and anticipated mun'.- wants. Tho supply now
follows only after repeated and laborious efforts.
Tho gifts of health cnn be maintained only by
cedul?n? caro, und tho sick should sock a eorreot
remedy. For malarious diseases, dyspepsia, etc
there is none Uko tho "Old Carolina Bitters."
Children cry for Wineman's Crystallied Worm
Candy I
$1,000 Reward is offered by tho proprietor of Dr.
Pierco's Alt. Ext. or Golden Medical DIsoovory,
for a medicine that will equal lt in the cure of all
severe lingering Coughs, Liver Complaint or
biliousness, and all disensos arising from impu?
rity of tho blood, ns Eruptions, Pimples. Blotch?
es ahd Boils. Sold b\ druckst?. Pamphlet
sent free. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.
Y.
volt Tl? I lt TY YEARS
Has this well known, standard, and popular
remedy,
PAINT KILLER,
mnnufnoturod by Perry Davis A Son, Provi?
dence, R. I., been beforo tbe publio, nnd In that
limo hn? bocoine known in all paris of tho world
and boon ucod by pcoplo of all nations.
It romains, to day, that same good and efficient
remedy. Its wonderful power in reliovlng the
most sovcro pain lins ncvor been equalled, and
it lins oarncd its world-wido popularity by its
intrinsic merit. No curative agont bas had so
wldo-8prond salo or given such universal satis?
faction. The various ills for which the Pain
Killer is an unfailing euro, aro too well known to
rcquirocapitulation In this advertisement. Aa
an external and Intornnl medicine, the Pain Kil?
ler stands unrivalled. Directions accompany
caoh bottle
Sold by all Druggists.
Price 25 cts., 60 cts., and $1 per bottle
Nor i-1 m_? j_
?SB* Tho "Pbccba Baker" Salvo
100 yonrs a secret
Cures as by magic -
All Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Sores, Ulcors, Cancers,
Sore Nlpplos, and Broken Brearte, Chapped
Lips and Hands, Emptions, Chilblains, Bites or
Stings of Inseots, Ac
A Wonderful cure for plies.
Sold everywhere.
Ask for Phoobe Baker's" (and take no other)
-"Cottar's" Rat, Roach, Ao. Exterminators.
"Costar's" (liquid) Bed-Bug Exter.
"Coaler's" (pure) Insect Powdor.
Uso this (only pure) Inseet Powder for
Moths in Furs and Woolens, for Bed?
bugs, Inseots, Ac
"Costar's" (only suro romody) Corn Solvent
SOLD everywhere.
Ask for "COSTAR'S" (and toko no other.)
$1 $2 $3 and tb sises Kent by express.
Address "COSTAR" 00?, 18 Howard St., N.Y.
YOU OO??B AT O??tfir AND
EXAMINE FOR YOURSELF 11
will be to year interest. Her* ?j* Boot?,,S*o?s
and every tl,]* *?e ?f severing for tte feet
of BM or ?.?iden, sprightly Voy er rey cheeked
little girl, .?der? tb? b.bbw ?aa fe. TIWd
Yon need not
unless you like tho goode I ?how yow. Her? ere
alto TRUNKS. RETICULES, VALISES,
SATCHELS, BBU8SBL BAOS* ENAMEL
SACK8 ?nd SARATOGA TOY TRUNK8. '
YOU
may want a Trank tatted fer Ladlee* work, and
hera you can find it
TO
your MtlireettoB. And if you make or repair j
Boote and Shoos, here le the place to bny Loath*
er, French and American Calf Skins, Ooat and
Morooeo, Split leather. Russets, Oak aad Hem?
lock Sole Leather. Therefore when yon
READ
about what I bare, ooma and examine the
Blacking, Brushes, Shoe Finding?, Ac, whieh I
can furniab, wholesale or retail, at prioes to
.??n? ii au object.
THIS
is also a faet : I have a ot of HATS at cost to
close Invoice. Call at
James Caldwell's,
Main Street,
OPPOSITE J. T. SOLOMON'S.
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT.
Sept 28 _
HO FOR BARGAINS
-AT
FRANK FOLSOM'S
Cheap Variety Stotfe.
Ho has just returned from Now York with a
Ano selection of
Fancy Goods, Toys, Confec?
tionery, &c.
t?reat Bargains Offered (be Ladies
especially?
Everybody--Young and Old, Littlo and Big,
will be served to best of my ability.
Tea at $1,25 per pound.
TI105E SPLENDID SCRUBS at 60c. each.
Sept 28-6m_F. A. FOLSOM.
NOTICE.
FROM this date, Mr. JUNIUS N. SPANN
will aot as my Agent in the management j
ol my store and transaction of all business con?
nected there with.
Oct 10-3t_J. S. HUGHSON.
PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY.
Pictures ? Pictures ! ! Pictures ! !
PHOTOGRAPHS,
FERROTYPES,
AMBROTYPES,
AND
PORCELAIN PICTURES.
These Pictures are now taken nt the Sumter
Gallery, in all sises and stylos-up to lifo else.
Recent Improvements have been brought into
requisition, and the undersigned feels confident
that he can produce as nerfeot and well finished
Picturee na can be obtained in the State.
Copying from Old Likenesses, sud the original
lineaments of the picturo fully rsproducod.
J. D. WILKUR.
Oct_tf_
Lumber! Lumber!!
IHAVE ON HAND AT MY MILL, between
(6) five and (fi) six HUNDRED THOU?
SAND FEET OF
GOOD- SBAfiONED LUMBER.
which I will sell at reasonable prices, either at
the MILL, or delivered in Town, for wbioh
orders may be loft at my Store in Sumter, and
it will rooeivo prompt attention.
i. RY??ENBERG.
Oct 5-1m_
HARDWARE
?tore,
Main-st. ander Sumter Hotel.
L. P. LORIN Gr,
AOKttt FOB
Messrs. King & Huppman,
BAi/riiaoRB, ra. D.
Would respectfully solicit the patronage of his
friends and the public
HE HAS IN STORE A COMPLETE
Stock of Hardware and
Family Utensils.
oinbraclng every article in this line of business,
whieh he intends to sell at the
LOWEST PRICES, FOR CASH.
He will keep always lu store, a complote assort?
ment of
Collin's Axes, Ames'Shovels and Spades,
Traoe Chutas, Hoes,
Rakes, Pitoh Forks,
Grain Cradles, Scythe Blades,
Guano Selves,
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Brass Preserving Kettles,
Tin Ware, Window Glass-all sties.
Persons in want of the most convenient and
enonomioal Stoves, oan be supplied with the
latost Improved patlorns at prices wblch oannot
fail to give entire satlsfaetion.
June 16
FOR PRINTING and BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURING and BINDING In all
its branches, go to EDWARD PBRRY,
149 Meetlng-stroot, opposite Chartaton Hotel,
Oot 6 6m
ASPECIALITY, FLOUR SACKS, PAPER
BAOS and WRAPPING PAP KR,
At EDWARD PERRY'S.
140 Meetlug-street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
Oot 6 .?
. -T , o-~~- , .: ? .....V?
The Subscribers beg to announce to the people
of Suinter and vicinity, that we are
now opening
The Cheapest Stock of Goods in Every Line,
THAT HAS EVER BEEN OFFERED FOR SALE IN
THIS MARKET SINCE THE WAR,
Our Senior Partner devoted much time and attention to the
selection of these Goods, and made it his business to find out
where the best bargains, of reliable quality, could be obtained?
In this way we are prepared to
DEFY COMPETITION.
We invite the attention of buyers to the following, which em?
brace but a few of the goods and prices of our Stock, and ask all
to call and see for themselves before making their purchases?
nil nf1 PO TP?
BROWN SUGAR, - - - - 12 1-2 cts. per lb.
Best 0. Coffee Sugar. - - - 15 cts. per lb.
Molasses, 60 cts. per gallon-by the Barrel, 45 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, - 25 cts. per pound.
Choice Hyson Tea, - - - $1 per ponnd.
Choice Oolong Tea, - - - $1 60 per pound.
Choice English Breakfast Tea, - - $1 25 per pound.
Flour, .... $7 to $10 per barrel.
(Our Flo'ir was bought at the time of the greatest decline in
prices since the war.)
9
OF ALL KINDS AT REDUCED PRICES.
A Fine Assortment of Bacon,
AT LOWEST MARKET PRICE&
*
CANDY, 30 cts. per pound, best quality.
FANCY GROCERIES, of all kinds.
X^. XQ 17 O R S ?
Pure Whiskey, of good quality, at - 60 cts. per quart
Wines and Liquors of all kinds, at low prices.
TX* O 33 A. Cf O
A Fine Stock of Tobacco, Snuff and Segars, and a Choice assortment of Pipen
Bought from the Importers.
DRY GOODS.
COATES' COTTON, genuine, - $1 per dozen.
Best "English" Needles, - - 6 cte. 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, 76 cts. per pair.
I Kentucky Jeans, - * * 16 2-8 to 20 cte. 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 OP
RIAL FRENCH PERJURY, SOAPS, POWDBR&G.
PURCHASED FROM THE.AGENTS OF THE PARIS MANUFAC
turcrs, at the lowest prices for cosh.
Hardware,
A Complete assortment, selected with great caro.
A Splendid (Stock of Guns.
Hats,
OF THE NEWEST STYLES, EMBRACING
'THE RHINE," "OUR FRITZ/' "L0THAIR,'' &c.
CHEAP HATS, - - - at 60 cents each.
A NEW AND CHEAP SUPPLY.
LEATHER of all kinds.
CARPETS, DRUGGETS and RUGS.
GOOD BRUSSELS CARPETS, at $1 60 per yard.
HANDSOME PATTERNS.
STRONG HEMP CARPET, yard wide, at 60 eta. per yard.
Cheap and Good Clothing.
COTTON purchased at highest market price?
EXCHANGE on New York for salo.
We intend to sell our goods Low for Cash. They have bean bought at the
lowest wholesale prioes, and wo intond giving our customers the benefit of our
bargains, so as to establish the reputation of A CHEAP AND RELIABLE
HOUSE.
CHAS. IT. MOISE & CO.
PLANTERS' WAREHOUSE,
Oct 6 - S?MTER, S. C.
SO-EAST CORNER \
Main & liberty Streets,
WHERE A GRAND DISPLAY
OF ALL
Tll?LATB&TNOVBlTIBol
Of the Season can be sees.
AB A GENERAL STOCK IT
CANNOT JBJS SURPASSED.
I desire io call especial atten?
tion to my extensive Stock of |
CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES.
JEANS,
TWEEDS,
SATINETS I
&e?i &c*i ftc?
My Grocery Department is being
daily replenished with a varied
stock of eveiy style of
GROCERIES,
KEPT IN THAT LINE.
MISS E. D. BRITTON
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVlTH
ber friends, Md particularly tb?
UtiUi of Sumter ?nd eon.ia?
.11/ to 0*11 ead examine
Her Rich and Beautiful Stock |
Fall Millinery
and Fancy Goods.
Having .elected bar gooda personally, and
.with groat ear?, in tba Now York and Baltimore
marken, ehe feels confidant of pleasing all, both
as regards quality, style and prij . Aa t aval,
there are many novelties for the season.
MISS BRITTON ie ?applied with a FIRST
CLASS MILLINER and a DRESS MAKER,
from Baltimore, who are well qualified for tb?
business. The fashions procured la New York.
Ladle,, call and bava year Dresse? and Bat?
made In the lateet styles.
Paper pat Urn a of Dresses, 8 seques and other
articles of dress may be bad.
At th? New Store next to J. T. SOLOMONS
Sept n_
TO THE LADIES.
Fall and Winter Opening,
MRS. M. J. ZKRNOW
Haa recently returned from Nsw
York, where ab? selected aa ele?
gant and varied assortment of J
Goods la the
MILLINERY LINE,
embracing all the lateet NOVELTIBS OF TUX
SEASON.
Her Slock bas been selected wltb great ?are,
and will be found unequaled in choice and varie?
ty, and will be offered at prices tba! eaaaot fall
to give satisfaction.
/ar- Orders from tba eoantry will receive
prompt attention.
Oct 1?_
CITIZEN'S SAVINGS BANK
SOUTlfl^ROLINA.
Deposits of %\ and Vp wards Received.
INTEREST A ht. O WED A T THE HA TK OF
SEVEN PER VENT. PER ANNUM,
ON OER Tl HO A TES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER OE NT. COM.
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MONTUS ON ACCOUNTS.
OFFICERS,
Wm. Marlin, President,
i?!ln?.?,|v?-P-Went,
A. G. Breniaer, Cashier.
John 0. Ht Smith, Assistant Cashier.
J. ff. Dargan, Assistant Cashier al Sum ur.
Local Finance Committee at Sumter:
J. T. Solomons, I J. S. Richardson, Jr.
L. G. Pate, | T. B. fraser.
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Sept 2?
SEED EYE,
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