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ni. To tho??? wc #awiv^#rVif ni MP et?i>?, as
jail, ?nd.In t??ut la?t>ob?$?i lauf, lang, ??st
dalgo, lbroag>')rt4r?>^ Oar ?xp?nee? ?pvoW? m
hsavy, w eokly, cash oat loy, ?nd wo ur?, ?erl o u ?
?od tarneit In making ??bi? cali. Wu hop? it
will bo heeded, and that wo abell not bo compell?
ed to "lodge" any mon's eocount.
fi** Firemen-giro hood to th* n'o^ca on ah
otber col>iinn, and attend yO?t regular . woutblt
meeting on Wednead ay evening ? ext. ?. ^
Aflor a "wlB-anap," we had/something
like the balmy breath, of sprinlj, Xf?Uj^*y ?nd
the day previous* y "
ySf Me s sra. WILLIAMS A Mu HOUISON, Wit
miogton, will aeoept thanks .for coplea, of their
Cominero!al Circu? ar
LB nd I usc .* iVllmlilfttOaV.
Mr. P. W. KBHOBHBR- advertises fresh cup
plies of Groceries, Ac, now landing at Wiluii'ng
ton. ' " -.- '_
?arden 8o?de. . . .
Dr. A. J. CHINA, is already ia tho market
with ?full s took of Q ardon Seed?, and. Al mauao*
for freo distrlbutloD, aa will bo seen from tb)
<; li ri at maa V ?tr le tte*,
The nurortle oment bf Mr. Justus N. Sr ANS,
Agent, was unavoidably-omitted from this issue.
He is now receiving a heavy ?took of toy's, cb ri si?
mas presents, dad good (bingi generally, for'tho
lesson. St, Hitit. ' Will no doubt make bim nu?
merous calls. .
A Good raper.
We hare been pleased to receive the Banner of
Ike South and Plantera' Journal, truly a fino
weekly, now published at 'Augusta, by the
"Chronlole Publishing Company." It takes the
place of the former lian ner of the South, by Fathor
Ryan. The political features of the paper aro
preserved, th? Agricultural iqterost added, and
the Roman Catholic discussions abandoned. We'
commend it heartily to' patronage.
Tba ?ally Chronicle auld Sentinal.
This is one of our most valued daily exohaages,
coming to aa with great regular!ty, from Augusta,
Geo. It Is ot ample also? edited with decided
spirit and ability, and both as a news and com?
mercial paper is valuable and reliable. It reaohea
us daily at one o'clock on the day of its publica
tion. Our morobante would find it valuable. I
Oin Houao Burnt.
The Gin House, and all the fixtures, of Mr.
Taos. D. FOXWORTB, were destroyed by fire on
Saturday last,-at about ll o'clock in the day,
with about three bales of ootton, and a lot of
cottonseed. The Sro caught from a match, in
the ootton, which was seen as the roller rovoived,
but the machine could not be stopped-' in time to
prevent the ignition. The ootton which was being
gin ti od belonged to a trader in seed cotton.
Commercial Fertilisera, Ac.
Last week we. submitted some general thoughts
Of our Own On tho subject of commercial for ti li
?ors-tho effect of their uso upon the planter, and
consequently upon the country, Ao.
We find in the "Plantation," taken from tue
"Southern Farm and Homo," a calculation iu fig?
ures which puts the matter in strong point
and force. So much have wo boen impressod with
the subject, that we h ave transferred the art ?clo
ia question to oar column?, for the consideration
of oar planners.', The present, depression evi?
dently results from' excosslvo Use of coramoroial
fertilizers, increasing the amount of ootton pro
ducod, and consequently reducing the prlco of
the staple, white leaving but little margin whon
expenses are paid
Among the many classes of theft now rife in
the country, that of horse stealing is not tho least
prominent. Some time ago a fine animal, the
property of Mr. J AV KS M. J KN NI sos, who rostdos
ia the Providence neighborhood, was taken from
the accommodation stables of Mr. J. T. SOLO?
MONS, of Sumter, in tho'broad light of day and
when the streets were thronged with pooplo. The
thief, too, rode oarelossly along with a wagon, on
the night foliow':.^ thu ?,hoft,' and quietly stopped
for the night at M-. UROQDON'S place, some
eight miles only fron. town. ' This animal is still
Now Mr. TURNER DAVIS ls victimized in tho
same way, as will be seen from bis advortise
ment. His fine bay horso was taken from the
stables of Mr. J. B. WIIITK, on Thursday night
last, and op to the present timo, he has been
unable to recover him.
Our people will begin to look to" their stables
as well as to their gin houses and oom cribs.
Barten Creek Auric ult ural Soctflty.
The notioe of tho President, Dr. B. J RBUBBP.T,
and Secretary, W. R. DBLQAU, of this 8ooloty,
recently formed, announoes the next meeting at
Sanders'Depot, on tho 8th of December. Our
Raften Creek friends are looking ?flor mattors of
home interest, as involved in the great business
of agriculture. This should now be the purpose
of tho peopLr generally. Let polities alone. Po?
litical agitation ia unprofitable to the osasses, and
productive of little elso, in this day, but discord,
bitterness and strife. The elections aro past, and
thiogs are as they are, No thing that the people can
do for the next two years, cen materially affect the
situation. Oar help is in pair induatrios -tn oar
own valiant right arras. Addressing ourselves,
with renowed vigor, to the atora. duties and
labors of life, we strait best alleviate our condi?
tion and reap the rewards of honest Industry,
Let our people organ'lite tb*it'J.Aff''<>unaral
Clubs, and prodaoo a unity ?nil community of
feeling ?od io tores t ia the real business of the
. ??How ia Ot?? tar H lah 1
Oar good fricad, Dr. J. M. Pirti,, adorned the
atreet door io the WaUfhmtm office, on Saturday
last, wi th a long "aollard," standing fully six
feet in height, at toa sam? time propounding to
us the interrogatory, "ibow ls that for.higb ?" We
told Ulm we thought it would put Sumter ahead
on long "aolljkfdi," and tba* we'd Bing down the
flore to the balan*? of th? flea??, ?ornowhere
within th? confines of Newberry sooply, there's
a region of ?hieb we Wot, from hath ?coing and
hearing, where "long collards" grow "In ields,"
and where Sa ur. Kr? ut never fallt. W? have
some little fear ofthat place, bat w* glv?? con?
fident beater to all th? rest. Lou hear from, the
At th? ?ame tine the Doctor brought as some
rutabagas. We dont like to tell of their "bfg.
ness" at this writing-tcmcbody might think. "
BA* a "stretch."
Other l?gen* detcribo? too sal**, ?* haring brought
lo*?? mut<*r*4 children to Ufa .?gels), sui . tima
re*dor?d him the patron boj?,-especially
fruso the e/gae arnuad: os,'w* *p->r*tund -fa'Jg
prepping hpn.BllfoIlT/or thiilVjaj foJhs *f 8?0}V>
ur ?bo teffimm -Ww?wMf^- M *#
mond thav.?'eaie* ratflyV *rv&if%tftr* bp ?Uff
tbipg te be l?ld to tbe account of .the ??mt?r QT
children to he (ot; nd hereabouts, WO shoo ld say
that large supplies aloha weald. meet tfctvdoV
mund. ' . .
"For fur th or Information, all tu toros tod aro re
r?ftodto th? advertising ?otu?ajhV of the #at<k>r
ma?. . ff
.. .. -?.*??.?-r-'- .
? Tba Sumter Bitter* Trla.-npTiam. ' '
This popular and widely kno?u Southern
tonio, ni tb'e recent Fair of tho 'Bout!: Carolina
Institute, wan awarded a Silver Iftdul. It ' ha?
a great reputation, and is highly emcaekns in
Dyspepsia, Chills and Fever, - Cholera Morbos,
Diarrhoen, general debility, and kindred Ills. No
one who baa used this tonie fails to commend it
highly. Itsrgentsare Messrs. DOWIE, Mt IS?
& DAVIS, corner of Muoting and Hasol-strcats,
Charleston, 8. 0. .
?SSr If you want to buy Har noss, Saddles,
Trunks, Vallaos, Dags, Satchels, Collars, Hames;
Chaine, Riding bridles, Martingales, Whips,
Spars, Curry-eouibB, Horse, brushes? Feothor
brashes. Atti* gr??-c, C??, Leather, Haddlery
Hardware, and all Goods kept in a first class
Saddlery Establishment, call at J. S. TOPHAM ?
Co.'*., No. 8 South Front St. Wilmington, N. 0.
My Friend, stop that terrible cough, and thus
avoid a consumptive's gruy?', by using Dr. Pierce's
Alt. Ext or Golden Medical discovery. For
curing all throat, bronchial and lung diseases
lt bas never been equalod. Sold by Druggists.
Do not try foreign mixturos, when your own
soil produces tho remedies for diseases incident
to tbs same. Throughout the Southern States
people will au flor from dispepsia, chills and lever,
ague and other malarious diseases, beoause they
have not used tho "Old Carolina Sitters, is a
pleasant and effective ouro, prepared from home
roots and horus.
Sare I S ure 1 reliable ! is Wineman's Worm
Cundy 1 .
FIVE CRN TS AUDI TIONA!.
will buy shoes with silver or copper tips, wbtob
will savothe price of a new pair of shoes. Com?
pared with rugged tnos and dirty stockings, they
are beautiful, to say tho least. Parents, try it.
Tho Five Dollar Sewing Machine purchased
by me, January, 1806, (rom tho Family Sowing
Machino Company, 80 Nassau-Street, N. Y. hus
boon in almost constant UKO over since. It has
not been out of or.ter once. Hus cost nothing
for repairs, and I find lt simple aud reliable in
operation, and alwuys ready to sow. Those
friends et mino who use thom with tho new lin
Crovements are very muoh pleased. The one I
avo I would not part with.
MRS. ANN W. CUTilBURT,
428 Wost 30th Street, Now York.'
Au- 31- 3m
Economy and Comfort lu Building.
Theso can only bo studied and scoured by pay?
ing propor attention to the J'mithing or a building
Thoro aro many houses in our country whose
windows, without glass, and heavy woodod shut?
ters, cost more than sash and venetians, and
whoso gloomy wooden coiling aro more expen?
sive than whitewashed plaster on .laths. If you
are going to build, and wish your house to be
comtortnblo ut emull cost, you should not fail to
write for a pinn and estimulo of finishing to Mr.
P. P. Tonie, Charleston, S. C., the lurgost man?
ufacturer of doors, sasho, blinds, mouldings, Ac,
in tho Southern States.
AS THE Urn OF NOVEMBER HAS NOW
passed, wo cull upon all of our planting
friends who aro under advances to us to forward
their cotton ns speedily as possible.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & .Co.
Nov 23-St_Charleston 8. C.
ATRACT OF LAND SITUATED ON THE
Lynches' Creek Road und R.ill Road adjn.
cont to tho Lynchburg Dopot, containing 82 acres;
Dwelling houso and noccssnry outbuildings-63
acres tn eu Ulva lion.
For further information apply to
J. P. SMITH, Agent,
? I, vu oil burg, S. C.
Nov 2.1-2t_DANIRL DENNIS.
Fogartie's Book Depository.
We have recently mndo largo and valuable ad.
dillons to our stock of Miscellaneous, Theologl.
on], Sunday School and Juvonilo BOOKS. We
arene w prepared to furnish Sunday Schools
with Library Books, Catechisms, Hymn Books,
Music Books, Sundav School Cards and othei
requititics from all tho Publishing Sooiottes, cm.
bracing tho American Sundny School Union, the
American Tract Society, American Baptist Pub.
libing Society, Protestant. Episcopal Sunday
School Union and Church Book Society, London
Religious Tract Sooicty, London Society foi
Promoting Christian knowledge, .t'O, &0.' '
Our Stationery Department tins' been roplon.
ishod and wear? now' soiling French, English
nnd American Note and Letter Papers and En?
velopes at unusually low prices.
Wedding Note Papers, Cards and Envolops, ol
the newest styles.
English and Frenoh Initial Papers-new ant]
hoautliul designs, nt reduced prices
Visiting Cnrds-printed in various stylos.
A large and varied assortment of pocket ant
other Diaries for 1871.
Photograph Albums, Writing Albums, Anto
graph Albums?-our varieties oflheso benu<
tiful Ar'icles aro unsurpassed and cheap
Writing Desks, Writing Casos and Portfolios
embracing ovory vaiioty of styles, from $1
up to $20. -a>:
JUVENILE BOOKS_Especint attention bat
been given to our Juvenile - Department
Our assort mon t is unusually largo, am
groat care has been taken to select goo<
books for tho yoong of all egos.
BIBLES AND PRATER BOOOS.
A'large stock of English, Family and Pocke
Bibles and Episcopal Prayer Books, em
bracing all tho new editions and stylos o
binding. Tho prices of Bibles and Praye
Books have neon greatly reduced,. Ou
stook. offers as large a variety as oat
,? . bo had, and at tho reduced prices.
Wo aro now receiving our stock of Holiday
Books, comprising all the varieties of the season
together with the bost editions of Standen
Our Store is arranged so as to afford" visitor
every convenience for examining th* hooks, ant
th* price of each book is marked, in plain fi gu
rep i 2'
.?..Our regular Weekly Catalogue will, b
resumed next week.
N. B. Our MONTHLY LITERARY BULLS
TIN will be sent FREE to persons lo th
JtW Persons residing In tb* country wi!
pleas* bear In mind, that by sending their order
to os for any books published in Amerita, the;
will be charged only tbe price of the book. W
pay for th*.pos tage or express.. - Address
Fogartie's Book Depository
No. 200 KING STREET, (IN THU. BEND,)
OHA *LE BT ON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
:sAiiT^#?io^ . I . ';" *...' V -V v.- .
@00 ; Crushed; 19)A(vT ' ' ^ - '
'BA?'l&Yj?F.B SIIIRT?N?S--Pcr kale 12o
; YARN BX TUB BAT^^$pOo. Per burton.
jfefoVp&g! |g?RfcKT> koV' Be. ?
qOLD nu. & ;. . , ? .
LAT?3T QUOTATION? ' OF
IN CHARLESTON; s. c.,'
CORRECTED WEEKLEY BY
A. C. KAU F M AN
Banker <fc Broker', No 25 Broad Street.
NOV. 25, 1870.'v
STATS SspuRitiES-South Carolina, old, fi?@
00; donen*, 71;<g> - do, r?gtst'd etook, ea int
CITT SBCOIHTIBS-Augusto, Ga. Bonds, - (?>
76; Charleston, 8. C. Stock, (ex qr int) -@52?;
do, Fire Loan Bund?. - @??; Cvlum'uia, B. U
RAILROAD Bonns-Blue Ridge, (first mortgage)
- @flO; Charlo?tdn and Savannah, - @60
Charlotte, Co!umbin and Augusta, - @86;
Cheraiv and Darlington, -82 ; Greenville and
Columbia, (1st mort) -@86; do, (State guar?
antee) 65@-j Northonstero, -@87; Savan?
nah and Charleston, (i8i mort) - 78; do, (State
guarantee)-@?0; South Carolina, -@73; do,
GU ;.?purtanhurg and .Union, - @P6.
RAILHOAD STOCKS-Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta,-@40; Qreenvillo and Columbia, -
@2 ; Northeastern, @13; Savannah and Charles?
ton, --@35; South Carolina, (whole shares)
-@41j do, (half do) li.@104. \
Exen AMOK, Ac-Now York Sight, i off par;
Gold, 110@11S; Silver, 103.@
BOOTH CAROLINA BANK HI I.i.s.
?Bunk of Charleston..'.-@
?Hank of Newberry.-(a)
Bnbk of Camden.w.30(a)
Bank if Georgetown.i,.07@
Bank of South Carolina. 8@
Bank of Oboster.........,4.. 8@
Bank of Hamburg-- -.7?
Bank of State of S. C. prior to 1801.45(?
Bank of State of S. 0. Issue 1801 and 1802 30@
Pooplo'a Bank of Charleston.???.M...-@
.Union Hank of Chorleston....,.........,...-fin
?Southwestern R R Bank, of Charleston, - @
.Southwestern R R Bank of Charleston, -?
Farmers' and Exehange Bank of Charles?-@
Exohnngo Bank of Columbia.7@
Merchants' Bank of Cheraw.K.i vi. 6(fl>
Planters' Bank of Fairfield .?,,...0@ -
State of South Carolina Bills Receivable...95.
City of Charleston Change Bills...............06.
.Billa marked thus (*>) are being rodcemed at
the Bank Counter* ofouch.
Jan 12 ly
FOR Tiri Ifrv TEARS
HAS this woll-known, standard, and popular
manufactured by Perry Davis A Son, Provi?
dence, R. I., beon before the public, and in that
timo has bocome known in all parts of the world
and boon used by people of nil nations.
It remains, to day, that san? good and efficient
remedy. Its wonderful powor In relieving the
most severo pain has naVor been equalled, and
it has earned its world-wido popularity by its
intrinsic merit. No curative agoot has bad so
wide-sprond salo or givon tfuoh universnl satis?
faction. The various ills for which the Pain
Killer is an unfailing odre, are too well known to
rcquiro capitulation in this advertisement. As
in external and Internal medicino, the Pain Ril?
er stands unrivalled. Directions accompany
Sold by all Druggists.
Price 26 ots., 60 ots., and ii por bottle
iriarrlag-e Outde~*EVery Due His Own
A private instructor for married persons or
those about to bo married, both malo and fe?
male, in everything concerning the physiology
and rotations of our sexaal system, and the pro?
duction and prevention of offspring, including
all tbe new discoveries never before given in tho
English language, by WM. YOUNG, M. D.
This is really a valuable and interesting work.
It is written in plain languago for the gonoral
reader, and ie illustrated with numerous en?
gravings. All young married poople, or those
contemplating murringo, and having tho loast
impediment to married lifo, should read this
book. It discloses secrets that every ooo should
be acquainted with; atill it is a book that must
bo lucked up and not lie about tho bouse. It will
bo sont to any address on receipt of 50 cents -
Addross Dn. WM. YOUNG, No. 410 Spruce
Street, above Fourth, Philadelphia.
A Body and mind Dleeuee.
Such a dyspepsia. The stomach and the brain
are too intimately allied for tho one to suffer
without the other, so that dyspepsia and despond?
ency are inseparable It may bo added, too, that
irritation of tho stomaoh ia almost invariably nc
companied by irratltion of tho temper.
Tho invigorating and tranquillxing operation
br llostetter's Bitters is moat powerfully dovel
opod In casos of Indigestion. The first effect of
this agreeable, tonio is comforting and encourag?
ing. A mild glow pervades tho Bystom, tho
chronio uneasiness in tho region of the stomach
is lessoned, and tho nervous rostlossness which
characterizes the disenso is nbatod. This im?
provement is not franslont. It ls notsuccecdod
by the return of tho old symptoms wiih superad
dod force, as is always the case whorr unmedloa
ted stimulants aro givon for the complaint.
Each duse soems to impart a pormnnont accession
of healthful invigoration. But this is not all.
The aperient and antlblllious properties of the
preparation are searoely secondary In importauoe
to Its tonie virtues. If there is an overflow of
hilo the secretion is soon brought within proper
limits, and If tbe bilearv organ l's Inert and tor?
pid it it toned and r^gnfated.' Tbe effeot upon
ho discharging organs is equally salutary, nnd
in enso* of constipation tho catbnrtlo action ts
jnst sufficient to produce tho da ?Ired result grad?
ually and without pain. , The Bitters also pro?
mote healthy evaporation from the surface which
is pur lieu lari y d?sira Mo at this soasen when sad?
den spoils of raw, unpleasant weather ' aro apt
to chook tho natural perspiration and- produco
congestion of the li ver, poughs, and colds. The
bett faftgnard againtt alt di?ea*e?it bodily vigor.
and thia th? great Vetes able Restorative essenti?
ally proosotee. <?.'-'
FINK-STAVLB' COTTOVSBBD. Cotton
produced from Inp above Hoed sol?! lu N. T.
on the 2ilb inst. St iee per lb. A lot of the sood,
carefully selected, for Sale by
4t? J. M. WILDER.
- ' , Of aU kinds 'of
FALL AMD WINTER GOODS,
^whict? we are offering at popu?
lar prices, consisting of
FANCY GOODS, CROCKERY
SADDLERY and HARNESS,
BqgTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS, &c, ?Sec.
Staple and Fancy
of all kinds, (Except Liquors.)
Satin Cloth, a noir artiolo for Ladioa Dresses.
ASSORTMENT OF DRESS GOODS ia Towri.
At OREEN A WALSH'S
AU Wool Merinos, DoLainea and Empress Cloths.
OF ALL KINDS. THE LATEST STYLES,
At OREEN A WALSH'S.
Alpaecas-all kinda, colors and qualities.
NEW STYLE HOOP SKIRT
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Silks, Poplins, Scotch Plaida and Fane j Detainee
Shawls and Cloaks,
At ORREN dc WALSH'S.
CIoak8 and Shawls of all qualities.
AND HATS, of alt kinds,
At OREEN A WALSH'S.
Largest Assortment of Harness in Sumter. Com
and see it.
AND WHIPS, of beat quality,
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Saddles and Hi idles to suit evvry ono.
AND HARDWARE, at retail and wlmlosah
At GREEN & WALLH'S.
Another Lot of those Now Style Hats.
BY PURCHASING THE NON EXPLOSIV
KEROSINE LAMPS, to bo had only
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
China and Glass Ware.
Crockery of all kind
OF CORN, BACON, LARD, HAMS AW
BUTTER, COFFEE, TEA and SUGAR,
At GREEN ? WALSH'S.
Calf Skin, Solo and Lacing Loather,
LOUR. SALT, MOLASSES and MES
At GREEN & WALSH'S.
Philadelphia Boots and Shoes.
OF WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, HOSIER
and DRESS GOODS, Jost reooived ut a
touishingly low prioes,
By GREEN A WALSH.
Milo's Boots and Shoes. King's Ladioa Shoe
New York Exchange
BOUOUT AND SOLD HY
GREEN A WALSn.
Bargains in Remnant*
At GREEN A WALSH'
Planter's oioing ns for Supplies a
requested to meet their obliga?
tions promptly, as this
is the time of thc year wc need o
money. If you do not wish to
sell Cotton, we will ship and hold
GREEN & WALSH.
We are prepared to . pay the HIGHfi
CASH PRICE FOR COTTON, OR SH
AND HOLD WHEN DESIRED, making
CASH ADVANCES^ ON SAM1
Oreen & Walsh
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE
COMMISSION MER Git A NTS
Haili Si Liberty Streets,
WHERE A GRAND DISPLAY
TB? LATEST NOVELTIES
Of the Season can be seen.
AS A GENERAL STOCK IT
CANNOT BE SURPASSED,
I desire to call especial atten?
tion to my extensive Stocjc of
My Grocery Department is being
daily replenished with a varied
stock of every style of
KEPT IN THAT LINE.
YOU COME AT ONCE AND
EXAMINE FOR YOURSELF ?
will bo to yonr interest. lloro aro Boots, Shoos
and every style and sizo of covering for tho fcot
of man or amidon, sprightly boy or rosy checked
little girl, and even tho bnbloa con be suited
You need not
unless you liko the goods I show you. nero arc
also TRUCKS, RETICULES, VALISES,
SATCHELS, BBUSSEL BAGS, ENAMEL
SACKS and SARATOGA TOY TRUNKS.
may nant a Trunk suited for Ladies* wnrjf, H rt'
hore you can And it
your satisfaction. And if you moko or repnli
Boots and Shoes, boro is the placo to buy Loath
cr, French and American Calf Skin?, Goat ant
Morocco, Split loather, Russets, Oak and Hom
look Solo Leather. Thercforo when you
about ?lint I have, conic and oxmuSne tlx
Blacking, Brushes, Shoo Findings, ?c., which I
cnn furnish, nholosalo or retail, nt prices li
mako it au oVject.
?saison fact: I h.avn a it of HATS .it cost t<
clo80 Invoice. Cull at
OPPOSITE J. T. SOLOMON'S.
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT
Change of Business?
The undersigned hnvo thin day bought out th
Interest of Mr. A. HAliSKll, tte tho Tin buftinoil
nnd are prepared to conduct tho same in All ll
branches, such as ROOFIN'tf, OUT. ElllNG Ai
We hope hy alriet attention to business to mor
a liberal shore .of pulronngo.
T. C. SCAFFE & Co.
Having sold out my stock Ac^to Mesara. C. I
8CAFPB A Co., I ohorfully commond them t
the publie, and soiled for them the patronage <
tho people of Sumter and country generally. M
books aro in tho hands of Mn T. 0. SOAFPl
who is nuthorltcd to make settlement for nv
Thoxo indebtod to me will please mako payiuei
to him forthwith.
Nov 0 if
JIU SWE cofitAU eJ>Uk^
. . Bereena, W *?h ,8ta?4f, v> Ki '? "
Somo mort? of tho?? OH?Atf C?tTAQH 8BT8..
, M ?Ai Safe, Window 8k*d? ead Wali
Pairing-elHow for CASH. .. ,
'.- -.% J E. Snares,
ATor/i Strutt, apposite J&xprets Office^
Entrame* from. Stair Cataos/ Mala Street to I
FURNITURE ROOMS. ,
. J'-:- rV ?.
?I. D. CRAIG,
MA NUF AO TTJREfc, j
---DEALER IN--L ' ' , ?.'
Furniture ? Upholsterer]
CO?. MAIN AND CANAL ST&
SUMTER, S. 0. y y
RESPECTFULLY informe bia frtentil and pa?
trons that tie bea now on band a supply of .
RED ROOM AND COTTAGE SETTS,
of various styles.
CANE AND WOOD SEAT CHAIRS.
REI) STEADS, TABLES.
BUREAUS, ORIBS, Ac, Ao.,
alt of rrbiuh be offers for ?ale at prioea to sait the
FURNITURE made to order, In ?ny atyle and
at ?hort notice.
Manufacturing, Repairing and Upholstery
dono promptly and in a noat and workmanlike
Mattresses made to order, and old Mattresses
Chaira reseated with oana and made aa good aa
Picture Frames of all atlee, Koa? Wood, Gilt,
and plain mouldings, made to order, and Look?
ing olasaea sot in frame?, and for sale.
F U NE RA Ii S
promptly attended to In Town or"Country, and
Mc tillie, Mahogany, Walnut, or Common Coffins
famished aa required, at aHort notice.
Good to Eat.
Bcof Tongues, Oabbntfea,
Tomatoes, Oreen Cora,
Retaona, Al monda.
Lard, 20o. Coffee, 36e.
I Sugar, i2J Vinegar, 50o.
AUGUSTA FLOUR, all grades,
BOLTED MEAL AND GRIST.
AND ALL KINDS OP
FAMILY GRO C EUI ES.
CANDIES, plain and fancy.
Toilet Soaps, in variety,
Glass and Crockery Ware,
Lamps and Fixtures,
Fine Segnrs and Tobacco.
Cull on J. N. SPANN, Ag't,
UNDER PHOTOORAMIIC GALLERY.
Un ring this day assumed the management of
the Mercantile Ln?inoss of Dr. J. S. HUOII
8T0N, I wmiM respectfully invito ALL of my
friends, ladies nod house keepera especially, to
Call and examino gouda and pri?es. Satisfiiotfou
guaranteed. J. N. SPANN,
MISS E. D. BRITTON
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITli
lier friomle, and particularly tho
ltvlios of Sumter and commu?
nity to cull and examine
Her Rich and Beautiful Stock
and Fancy Goods.4
Having ?elected her gooda personally, and
n il h croat rare, in the Now York und Baltimore
markets, she feele confident of pleasing all, both
ns rrgarda (pin I it y, alvie and price. Aa usual,
lhere ure mn nv novelties for tho Pea son.
MISS BRITTON is supplied with iv FIRST
CLASS MILLINER and a DRESS MAKER,
from Rilt?more, who. tire well qualified fir the
iMwinoii*. Tho Cushions procured in New York.
Lndlusj en ll und Imvo your Dresses and Hms
mndu In (ho lui ext styles.
Paper poltern* of Dressos, Suequea and othci
anieles (if dross inny bo had.
At tho New Store next lo J. T. SOLOMONS
.Sept 28 _
PltRSCOTT'S CONQUEST OF MEXICO.
*? Phillp iud.
" Perdinond and faaballo.
Mavno Reid's Work? O?rnplcto, 12 vols.
Hugh Millar's " ?? . 9 "
Dickon's Novel* complete for fP.OO
fflri?lny School Books at low pri?es.
Luiiy Ul ng V Ones tiona on the Gospels.
? Notea "
?ny's Morning and evening exorciza,
piicnpii) Prayer Book*.
Hymn Dm.Us uf ell denomination*.
BIBLES' AND TESTAMENT.?.
.Family Bibloa with Photographie Lome?.
Work boxes, Writing Desk"
Toilet Selia,- Hair BmrtiuVi
Tootli Rrushcs, Caa'tie So>ip, eto./at ( har
lesion Fi icee.?'" . . ,
Wo will supply Sa bim I h School Booka lo nu;
Church of any Denomination a- lottos tiny i?i
bc bought pity wbt re. .' . . .
PuiorwMT* of nnyiblngln nor line. glVe ?is i
cull nn.I s ivo moo i v.
A. wu rr fi A co.
'? Tpoth Brushes,
ii ko., &c
KEROSENB LAMPS AND
al) appliances thereto/..
DK. A. J. CHINA.
A. ANDERSON A C?. ?
Castor Oil ajidvftniniDe.
gQ Ounees V ?nd W Quinto?,
Of, Gallons 'flint nxMU y Castor OU st Re
fC\J dueod ptioe?.
By Dr. A. J. CHINA,
Successor to A. ANDERSON, A CO. .
Sept tl ..; , ." ?
FIRST QUALITY Chem Ionia of every desortp
Uon, end warranted PURE,
By Dr. A. J. OMNA,
Successor to A. ANDERSON, ? CO.
Sept 31 . ? . -
FALL AND WINTLE
I am now receiving a Large and
Complete Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
CLOT HIN G,
OF EVERY DNSOIUt'TtUN.
CLOTHS, CASSIM KRES, TWEEDS,
Kentuckey Jeans, of low grades Knavery
Dndervests, . .
Gloves and Cravats,
AL80 A PULL SUPPLY AND VARIBTt OP
XX -jBk. *3C* ??L m
These Ooods I ara determined to sall h.wor
than they can be bought in this market. Deni
lng in this line alone, I am enabled to do this.
I nnly mk mr old friends to call and exnmlnc
and if Choy do not find my gooda choaper, I ??'?!!
not expect theta to buy.
D. J. WINN, Agent.
Sept 28_ ._
Main-st under Sumter Hotel.
L. P. LO RING,
Messrs. King & Huppman,
n.vt/nnoitu, M. ?.
Would respectfully follett the patronage vf Mi
friends and the public.
JIB HAS IN eT?U? A COMPLETE
Stock of Hardware and
I embraelng every article in thia Hue of butine?.*
whleh he intoi.da tn .?ell nt the
LOWEST PltXCUS, KO It OA SH.
Ile will keep alway* in store, a ouuiplete asaon
Collin's Axe?, Ame*' Shovels nnd Spatio,.
Tr,ico Chains. linea,
linke*. Pilch Porks,
Un.in CruUIca, Seyih.j-RI.ides,
P.ipkot and Table Cutlery,
Rr??? Preaervinjr Iv? til? P,
Tin War?*. Window (Ho-a-all ?ties.
Persons, in want o( the moat convenient an
, i<*onoojica| Stove*, can'be supplied with th
j late*! Improved pattern* ft priese which cunno
f ul to give etttlro satiMsctionV
Juno 16 ' .
TO TUB MMES.,
Fall and Winter Opening
tMIW. M. J. -ZKRNOM
fl??? rcw?lljr rx terned from Net
Vork, n-bero she 'elected an ol?
gani* ?ii.l viirb il assortment <
U/lfxIf, Ill l|ie -.
rmbrnclng .?ll tb? lnu-ht NOVELTIES OP TH
Hw StaVk bia b en aclrned. with gfeitt cari
??.I will ?-trfoup.l.(ii poii'ilfrt in ? h?>:.:n and vdru
iy. Sud villi be ?.fTc.cn^^HfcMr ili-.i eaanot fa.
IO give fntWf.i'rtinii. '
W Old-ra fruin ?bs f-iintry wil! recen
t tonipt Mirtitiuii
PUKPARBD CAU^PULUT A? J?
mT r>\\\)b ~L?i r> (JIL, EalDD?, BurO*TfV%f?S0S?
JV Wiek?. Ac, At-MoKA^f^'tVpd
"VriLLRR'S ALMANAC fot J97? J%
A. FINK SEGA II
..?Ajtf BBHAfK, ????3
Fob 1 fl At TfafrflCBjWfl "
. , --TO
Cor. Main &Liber1^-S#
J. P. W. DiLOp?i ^ f
Bega to notify his many friends &W
customers, that he has added to May?
V- . . .... . -*: v^wa
cowploto stock of C'
A PULL ASSORTANT
PAINTS, ;V.1.- . Z*?J:
D?B STUFFS ' ''.../V
. . , . AND QLA?&^
Alkina a continuation of past patronage, ?,
which be will do nil in Ms power to d?,s?rv?, I/o
.ollott^ ait ?xanilnailon of 'nU STQC?. AjSP\-l
PRICKS. ' V'r fe
? J. F. W*: D%0jS^^^^
.. Cor. Main nod Lihw?y^rreejt>?^' >%j
Sept 21 -, . . . SihntdrV Sy ?V; . .f
AF?N 15 LOT- Ol?. COLOATU'd ?AMMb
SOAPS, and for aitldohann, fpfFPS
By J.; F. De^Oft^K. :'
A I*? O '
Afreah Int of LA NOR It Til'S ONION SETTS/.'*
whhoaud rrdj '..? - , m
By -Ii 'Fi lit". DeL?RMU,. 3
Oct ia- '.. s? -
FOP restoring Dra^ Ualf lp
its natur?! Vitality ?iidtWdiV >|
- ^A. dressing t whic?i} -
ia at once agreeable, \
healthy, uttd ?nectn?ljT .?S
' fer preserving ', the >^
hair. Faded-or gray' : '
hair is soon restored.. .
to its original color,
with the gloss aud
freshness ' of y*?iA!e. -
Thin huir ie .thiele-- ?
ened, ' falling hair chocked, and bald- y
ness often, though not always, cured
hy ito uso. Nothing can rest?te tho
hair where tho- follicles aro destroyed,
or the glands atrophied and decayed..
Bat such as. romain; can be, Saved, for''
usefulness by this application. Instead; ,<
of fooling the bair with a nasty Wu--' : %
mont, it will keep it clean ana virorotts/ '*'. ]
Its occasional uso will prevent .the hair !
from turning gray or felling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Freo
from th oso deleterious. substances which
make somo preparations dangerous, and -
injurious to tho hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for w . rr. ii'. '," ' ?
j HAIR DRESS?j
toothing else can be found ' e^RSir?blo.
Containing nnithcr oil nfJr' dye, if* dees
not soil white cambric, encf yet lasts ;
long on tho bair, giyiug it k' rich, glostry
luttro and a grateful perfu'mo.
?T mpwed by Or. 1, C* Ayer 4 Co,, ;
PRACTICAL ixt? ARALYTICAC O?UJI?TS, .
l^ vaian $i.oo.
?i 1)|,;.Al J/ CHINA. -AK-M at Snwteri C. ?
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