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? ; *&te Sumter Watchman has by
ofany paper publis?ud vii Suinter,
# An tu?tier or?oformau'on fot our raa-V
, - dera, we give, ?/i ex?en*?, ID OUT precept
iuuc, the Annual Message of Gov.
SCOTT to the Legislature of the 6tato
DOW ?D 80<!8?OO.
Its tone is temperate nnd conciliatory,
nod in striking contrast with his former
State papors. U has previously been
, hi? h?bil to ?eise the opportunity winch
Buch papers afforded, to abuse and de
. noonee the respectability and intelli?
gence of the State, the inspiration find?
ing existence, no doubt, iu the fact that
all that clues of our people ignored and
contemned his udmini-tration. And thia
action und feeling, on tho part ot' tho
people, was inspired aa the very
natural result of the course pursued by
him as Governor of tho State. The
whoie course of his administration, up
to thia time, has bcerTin violation oi the
feelings and in hostility to the rights
.nd iutcrost of all that class of the peo
plo. One oluss or raeo was fostered,
. petted and upheld, even to a departure
from tho spirit aud letter of the law,
whilst the other class, which held th0
mass oP the property, and was th
source from wbioh the Stute Govern?
ment was financially sustniued, was
trampled upon aud discriminated
aguitist un ail occasious- And, to cul?
minate und on tot co this extraordinary
. discrimination, arms were placed in the
hands of tho favored race and denied to
the other. This, more than anvtbiug
else, probably, was calculated to excite
burning indignation aud bring constant
irritation aud collision. The effect of
such a oourse, as must have been ex
- peoted by Gov. SCOTT, have been to bring
the State to the very verge of oivil war
And that it did uot, in fact, burst out
in every part of tho Stato, was duo en
tirely to the forbearance and extraordi?
nary putieneo-of the whites. Such a
oourso of oppression and discrimination
against a particular class, and that the
belter olass, in auy State of tho North
or West, would have lighted tho fires of
civil strife and blood, aud a righteous
vengeance- would have been visited
upon tho usurper?.
But Gov. SCOTT now proposes a dif?
ferent course. He promises to be the
Governor of all the people, and to know
DO class or party in his administration
of the Government of tho State. He
also culls upon tho people, from the
spirit of bis words, to forget the oui*
mositics of tho past, and to inculcate
peace and harmonious co operation for
the general good. He also points out a
number of tho abuses of Government as
now administered, recommend* ccouomy
and retrenchment of taxation, and reform
in several special departments. If he be
in good earnest, and second his words by
aots which carry them forward, to all of
this, we doubt not, tho better class
will respond, and a day ol more law and
order, and peace and harmony aud
prosperity may dawn upou tho oom?
mouwcalth. In his hands and those ol
his party, is tho Government. If IK
and they wish pcaco and seek to attain
it, peace will no doubt prevail.
v/lNT s roo ?t co.?ii',\,n v-A tx i i.i.
Atty TO THE STATU AVUICI:L<
. TltlCAIi AND ni i com A MOA I. SOCItiv
The State Agricultural and Meehan
ieal Society, at ?ts recent meeting at
Columbia, determined to organize as au
auxiliary, a Joint Stock Company, foi
the purpnso of placing the whole mut?
ter upon au easy and successful finan*
cial basis. And for this purposo cuiu
tuittoes were nppoiutod for caoh county,
to tako up subscriptions lo the slock
Messrs, J. S. HtciiAitDBON, J. Jl
1 Moolta und GIMIKKT & FI.OWKKS were
appointed the Committee lor Sumter.
The plan and ibo prospcot for carty
ing il out successfully, as more purlieu
lurly soi lyrili in thc circular which Itu?
been issued,' as follows ;
A> prcserit^tho expenses of the p;;
' nual lair, proceeding (Vom the premi?
um list and other sources, nra met b>
the reoeipfs at tho tfHl? during thc
Fair, and the payment of lifo and ann tm
members. Theso sonroes aro coutin
pent and uncertain. A rainy Fair week
mipht render tho society bankrupt. A
certain, reserved fund is essential ti
supplement the rcooipts of tho society,
Hence the Joint stook feature wa?
adopted, arid ?naem?ch as the preeem
State AtrrlmflMtrnl and Meohnnica
Society, holding property ns such, dit
not feel authorized to change its logo
character, it way*, es we bold, wisel;
resolved to organise a joint ninol
onmpnny, and moko it auxiliary lo an?
on-eqttnl with the present Stale Atril
coburn! and Mechanical Society Th?
ahnrea wera put nt $10 each, and RS som
aa.8QO.000 has b??n siibxoribcd, th?
?rtmpsny \? authorized to organist
Milder the lows of the Slate. Already
ahmit GHtaOOO worth of stock has beet
taken, or ? pledge giren lhal it shall bi
taken- We believe that 31U0.O0O eon lt
he promptly rained. $50.000 would bi
equal to the wools of the oaso Tbl
industrial arffum*?ni Wv and in bel?al
of Routh Carolina, ia enough-to sa;
. nothing of other oonaiderntlona-1>
iiidn-va ristr?oif? e?fizens to atfp iorwar
,i?>d at nnre ooitsuiinndto |hU.project, a
, tta*?Ql to ?he Rial* A-ntj.* let Ibis b
r Wn in-mind. vir. : Wheo a man pul
his-?one? in tKi? joint siotk company
he malet* not a contribution ^t? JM^?^j
Or publie nyirii, ?ur n&MM$?B8&
A list ol^fub?ct?bt?r* to tbfr.a^ky on
which fort?-two ?hare* Mri already
tokeo, will be f?nnd at the ?TafcAmost
e9tlf Teq?\?*ted (fr ^?*^?ffi$W
take np the. balaam of Sumter'* quota'
v --Til* <*>^T|*AaT*?.
The ?ld ?j^h^t?i^
deeioed, and, unlike South Carella, DOV?
has a^ovcrunieot representing the
w h ole pcop?e. ?ot. Va*ee hw joat
been chosen U.-8'. Senator, and bolow
ia appended a brief report of tho occa
ato?.-. His speech lias the ring of the
true man in. it : "/ would not: accept
"term* that vxndd'separate me from you
"and the brave boys ioho went at your bid
"dina. The longest road ha a a turn.
"7 did not wish to rite until I could' rite
"with you. Thank God, that timo baa;
"arrived. Wo go up ?ow. ' We may
' 'go down again, but w i IT go ' dow n to.
''gethcr, and I will heve with me .good
"company-the best and bravest heart?
?io the loud ??th mo."
' Wnat a contrast to-the rotten mate?
rial which makes up (he public men of
South - Carolina, under & regime in
which, by Scott's own admission, the
wealth, the education and the intelli?
gence of the State are voicoless and
unrepresented. Ehe? ! Jehu i Farbieu /
HALEIGH, November 29.-At 12
/clock M. to dav, io joint meeting of
the Legislature, ex Governor Z. li.
Vance was elected United States Sena?
tor. The vote Btood-Vaooe, 94;
Governor Vance was serenaded at bis
lodgings this evening, at 6 o'clock, at
the Exe li ange Hotel, aod in response
to vocif?rons calls from an immenso
multitude delivered the following ad
dress. Having ju-* prepared to leavo
tho city, the address was necessarily
FELLOW CITIZENS : I hardly know
what to say, how much to say, apd how
much not to say. I should be either
more or less than human if I did not
feel grateful to you and the people of
North Carolina for many kindnesses. I
am unable to account for the kindness
of the people in honoring meso often.
I know it cannot be for any superior
merit of my own. . I oat; onjjy attribute
it to one thing. Human nature is a
very common thing, and there isa great
deal of it in humanity. (Laughter.)
A great deal has beon said of tho hypo?
crisy of politicians, of the ingratitude
of republics : but it is a principio in
human nature that the man who serves
the people faithfully in any position
where that people place him,* be the
cause right or wrong, will be honored
by them. I must say that I feel that I
have done HO. I was reared a Whig ; a
I party devoted to the Union ; as a Whig
I fought disunion, and stood by the
Union even until in thc South general?
ly, feeling itself aggrieved, Unionism
became very unpopular. I still adhered
tu it until my State, in* her sovereign
capacity, attempted to' dissever her
connection with that Ua>iuD. I then
elected to go with my State, uiy kith
and kin. I laving joined' the army 1
determined to serve the new eause with
the sumo unswerving zeal with which I
had served that of the Union. I was
called upon to support ao'.s which hud
not beforo, and did not then meet my
approval for the general good. I served
us your Govornorj. I clung with you to
the cause, and did not surrender my
authority until tho last hungry, ragged
Confederate had laid down his arms.
Alter thc war terms upon conditions
wore held nut to thc people of the South
I would not accept terms that would
separate me fronfyou and thc brave boys
who went at your bidding. Thc longest
road hus a tum. I did not wish to rise
until I could rise with you. Thank
God, that time hus arrived. We go up
now. Wo may go down again, but will
go down together ; and I will ho ve with
mc good company - the best and bravest
hearts in thu lund with me. Jiooouse
our party han been triumphant there
are some who urge retaliation. This
should not bc no. Thebes^ antidote fur
tyranny, thc strongest weapon against
it, itt thc enactment of just and whole*
-oine laws. Now that wo havo the
government of North Carolina in our
hand?, we should not aim to avenge our
selves for the overriding of ci vii liberty
among us, hut wo should so arrange
that it cannot happen again-should
sec to it that no executive or other
authority cnn nguin attempt to destroy
our liberties. From the obtaining ol'
Magna Chart.? to tho present Jay no
attempt to override or abridgo it hus
been made that has not moro firmly rc*
established liberty. May it be so here.
It is truo that in the Inst five years we
have felt what is to bo without trial
by jury, to have arrests among ua with*
nut warrant, and th? freedom of thc
press abridged. All tho people under?
stand it now. lt behooves us now to
hutld up the great principles of our
liberty on the eternal rook of our great
country. Let unger, revenge ?nd re
tnlintion be ignored, und let the luws on
your statute boo'; bear tho impress of a
(Vee people, determined legitimately lo
maintain their I rc et ru tn- in my pince
io tho Senate I fdinll on&envor to serve
my gi out State und my country with
honor/ That 1 swill ho admitted, tu
serve yon scare? ly admits nf a doubt
The President's message, it is said, will
foreshadow amnesty, and, tho recent
elections show tho. h.md writing on thc
wall. There are many great ?tciesmoii
among tho dominent party in Congress
' representing largtfeoiisiitucuoies,anion-,
' whom a tromondofts revolution in ne li?
I liaient on these ijuestions ha? Jakei
: pl a oe. Those men and the "teat. A mer
j icsn people, w\n>; ult er a h/hg^war ?
j blood and carnaje, resulting in th?
I rood um of tho African, v>\\\ uot Jongc
negroes, ooo ol the Suprome Court jus
tices a negro, three out of tho four Con
greesmen eleotare negroes, the Secretary
pf State ia a negro, the ' Lieutenant
Governor a negro, and tho Qovoroor au
old !'palM of Bureau HOWARD. Before
auoh an administration it ia time for re?
spectability to M? odd cr and wealth to
COLUMBIA, S. C., Deo. 3.
C?rrente ?alamo this letter must be
written, and it is not difficult to dash off
an epistolary morceau Jrotn this ancient
capita). For Columbia is now a sweet
pluuc- redolent, glossy, and pungent
as a nosegay. Spend^a week hero ii you
want to get happy. Such a picture of
high lifo below stairs you never did see.
I can't take timo to write it out, but iu
few words for short, I rfu say, as afellow
citizen of this great universal sprcad
englo society, I never did and never
expect to, seo auytbing which eau como
pitl.in two miles and a half of such a
State Government Show Company.
Stick a pia thero, or make a chalk mark,
and then read on.
Big Bob Graham is to be Judgo of
the Charleston Circuit. Glory onough
for ono administration-Selah.
Moses (the eujd gentleman) it is
openly announced, has pot seventy-five
thousand dollars into the oanvass for U.
S. Senator (O whore did it como from ?)
and besides, has pap enough left to
merit a oontinuod puffing of himself and
son from tho Courier's "ipeoial."
Pearce, it is said, is backed by Spraguc,
with a still heavier pile. Others are
also in the field, and tho highest bid
will secure tho highest vote, and olect
the U. S. Senator. It is a blessed thing
that the most of the members hnv'nt
brains enough to run tho risk of insani?
ty-or such audden wealth you know,
In considering the etute of the country
this week, members of the 'Ouso made
most violent speeches. To hear them,
cue would suppose that nothing but
blood and brimstone would satisfy thom.
They may punch up thc lion too much,
even if they have him iu chains.
Joe Crews and his campaign in Lau?
rens are notable in thc record of the
week. With a large force of infantry,
cavalry and artillery, he succeeded
(what a constable or sheriff alone could
have done) io in resting and bringing
here some twelve of the prominent oiti*
aens of that county, on trumped up
charge?. The; were bailed out, but ut
once were re arrested on charges made
by Hubbard, and some of them arc
still iu jail. Tlte effort sectus to bc.
whether they cun't possibly force or
kick the up country ?uto a fight.
Whilletuure, the saintly, has a Bill
to stop the Ku Kluxing, by levying a
heavy special tax on "thc real estate"
of any county where rt is practiced.
Nothing lu the Bill to stop negroes
burning barns, by taxing eery black
mah where- such outrages occur. Thc
party, yuu know, only legislates in fa*
vor of one side. They spend uur money
here like water, whilo IcgiMlntiug to
oppress and torturo still more tho white
peoplo of the State By this means,
they ozpeot to m?ko this a grout couu*
try, and induce enterprise and CM pi i al to
(low this wuy. Good ! Very good ! I
liluok and yellow largely preponder?
ate iu tho coloring of Ino body, and
ihoso who cannot boast u blaok skin,
exhibit ?ll thc more of that color in
their internal composition. Grapes
from thorin ol* figs from thistles, ns soon
us wine, b?n?ficient, impartial legislation
from t '?is concern .
The honorables adjourn over from
Friday tu Monday lor u visit home. It
is cheering to seo that they thus con
tiuua true to their old plantation in
Klilicts ol' going to tho. ''wife's llOUSu"
Saturday night. .Muy ibey have u
pleasant time und usul'c return.
Jr?r? Tho *,??Iioobe~ H.ikor" Salvo
tt?a year? a mri et - - .
Cur?? a? by magia
All Gun, Dornt. Ilrulcon, Soron, Uleurt, Cmintrf,
Sora Nipplo?, IUid Uro li eu Droant?. Clmppori Up*
.md liant)*, Kruptiun?, Ouilbluiox, Hitos ur Sling?
i?f ln?a?ii>, Aa.
A Wilful,., i "1 curator piloi,
A?i< for Phwho linker'? an J tnko nn other.)
'CuitarV Un?, Ruiu'U, Ao, Kxturiiiinetor*.
"Ci>Ma?'i?" (IJijal.!) He?! Hug Kxter.
"Cor-fuirV (pure) Itwuet Powder,
\Uo tilla (only pure) Duett Powder Cir
Moth? ?li For? uutl Wdulan*, tor lloil
i bajt?. finrroU, A".
t'CnfinrV (uulj- ?uro reu* ily>. Coxa folvenf.
SOLD ever? ft her?
t*k for '.CO.NTAH'S"fand take no eitior.)
I i'? $:i an t #3 ?i/o? Mint liv ?xpro??.
A.lure\.* . COSTAll"CO, 1.9U?war? 0f.rK. Y.
<l*U* BJCUttLAa MONTOLY<50MMpMlOA
I T40? 6l7 OLARB* ONT LOLXJBL rfO ?4,
f'K&ffif i?\ wllfo? t?ri-tt??*??^^
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TQ ?otar COIT'8 MILITARY a?4 COM M EB* ?
CI AL ACADEMY, li on tUe lit of JANUARY,
l?7I. ' ; ':: '.
B?ys prepared fdr College or Busioess.
Address, CAPT. W. H. OOIT, ?
Deo ?-lt_ , MajesvllVB.O.^
. " . :'' A LADV, ' " ?
OF EXPERIENCE, wisbee tb? situation of
Teacher, in a Family or School, to luatruet
in tho Bnfl Uh Braoohoa Address
Car? of W. Y. Paxton, E?q., Sumter, 8. C.
Dee7-' _ ' < 2t* ..
COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE.
?NST RUCTION S have been received at this
office to collect Deli li quoi) l TnXOS ?run, edi at o
AH persona intcroated will ploase avail them
aolvoa of thia notico ami aavo further-cost.
T. J. COGHLAN,
Dee 7-lt _Sumter County.'
DFL E KT T .
TUB Subscriber offers, FOR SALE OR RENT,
tho valuable PLANTATION, on which ah?
resides, located in tito heart of the Cotton Lands
of tliuj County^ The place, is in excellent repair,
fence's good, with dough out-buildingi still, for
a large business, nnd having Cabina, for about
20 Families ofluborors. Any person, ronting tho
whole PLANTATION, could nuit ienso euough
lund tu pay tho rent, mid have su Hie i ont open
land loft, tor n large furm. I 'viii rent, for one
your, or a term .ot* year?, or sell tho idace, with
tho consent of the Trtnteos. For particulars ap?
ply to F. H. KEN EDY, or tho subscriber, ut
Mecbanicsvillc, or to W. Q. KEN EDY, at
A. A. MoKAIN.
Sumter Eire Engine Co.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
your Company will be held on Wedmsduy
evening next, Deo. 7, nt Engine House, nt 7
Members will oomo prepared tn pay their dues.
A punctual attendance is requested.
By order of President
\V. li. OIRARDEAU.
A. W. SuDKlt, Secretary.
Nov. ?to 2t
The Slate of South Carolina.
Hy C. JU. Hurst, Judge, of thc Court qf\
Prohato for said Countg
Whereas, Rnvcnel S. Bradwell has applied to
mo for Letters of Administration on ali
and singular tho goods nnd chu tiles, rights and
rrodtts of Margaret Reardon, decca jed, of suid
Thoso arc therefore to cito nnd admonish nil
nnd singular, tho kindred pud creditors of tho
said deceased, to hound appear beforo mo ut our
next Court ni Probate, for tho Said County, to bo
holden at Sumter Court House, on tho 10th day
of Dec. to show cause, if any, why the said ad?
ministration should not bo granted.
(iivon under iuy Hand nud Seal ofoflico, thia
7tb day of Dec. in tho year of our Lord, ono
thousand eight hundred and seventy, and in the
lUth year of American Ind?poudenco.
C. M. HURST,
Dec 7-Jt] Judgo oftho C?iurt_oT Pruhuto.
Thc State of South Carolina.
By C. M. Hurst, Judge nf the Court of Probate
for said County.
WHEREAS, Raven?) S. Brndwell has ap?
plied to mo for Letters of Administration
on all and singular the goods mid chattels, rights
and credits of Klizulcth L. Anderson, deceased,
of SM id County.
Those are therefore lo cite and admonish nil
und singular, I' o kindred and creditors oftho
said deceased, to l.e and appear hefore mo at our
next Court of Proliuio for tho faid County, to Lo
boldon nt .Sumter Court House, ou tho 16lh day
December, to shew vause, if tiny, why the suid
administration should not he grunted.
tiivoti under my haiid nnd seal of office, this
7th day nf Dee. in the year of our Lord, one
thousand eight hundred and seventy, and in the
9 Ith year ol' Anu? icm Independent e.
C. M. ll Ult ST,
Deo 7-2t] Judge of tho Court of 1'robato.
The State of South Carolina
By C. M. Hurst. Judgo of tho Court of Probato
for said County.
WHEREAS, ?avenal S. Brndwell boa np
plied tn mc for Litters of Administration
on all and singular thc goods nud cha lt lo/,
rights und credits of iviiznbctb Harnes, deoeased,
of said County.
These ure therefore to cite and admonish all
nud sidguliir, tho kindrod and creditors af the
said deceased, to be and appeal before mo at our
next Court of Prob,no for Ibo said County, to bo
holden ut Stumer Court House, on the )6lh day
>>f December, to show cause, if any, why the said
ll?) til i I) i J tl lt t i?. .1 should not be grunted.
(liven under WV bund und seil of office, this
7th i.ny of December, in the year of our Lord,
one thousand eigbi hundred and seventy, nnd in
tho I'lib year of American Independence.
C. M. lill HST,
DOT 7-2t Judgo nf Court (?I Probate.
The State of South Carolina.
By C. M. Hurst, Judge of the Court of Probato
f?r talil^oun ly,
WHEREAS, tUveitel S. Bradwell ha np
plied to mo for Lottora of Administration
on nil mid singular tho goods and ohutl ilg, rights
und credits of John F. Anderson, deceasud, of
sn d County.
^'l'lio.-io ure ihurVfiiiC lo clio nti.l admonish uti
mid singular, th- kindred and creditor J of tin
said deceased, lobt! ni-tl appear before um nt cur
next Coull nf Pi obit te foi- the said Cornily, tu be
boldon nt Sumier Court House on tho It?lh day
of Deci-iul or. lo show eati/o, if any, why the JD.tl
ntlmillislrullun r.bould not bi grunted.
Civcti limier my hand an?) soul of oQW, this
'lb illij ni December, in the year of O' r Lmd.
une liions J nd idgbl lin lid red nnd seren??, and in
(lie U li li vent ol A m. i un o Independent*--*.
C. M. HURST,
Dec 7-2t] Judgo ol Court nf Pribate.
The State cf South Carolina.
SU MT KR COUNTY.
By C. M- Hurst, Judge oftho Court oj Probato
for raid County.
Whereas, Moses Dmgdon, has applied to me
for Letters of Administration bu ali nnd
singular tho goods and chaldea, rights and credits
of Tbeodoro M. Brogdon, deceased, of said
1 IH-?O nro therefore ld olte nnd admonish all
and singular, tho kindred nnd creditors of the
said doocniod, to be ?nd appear Infore ino at oui;
next Court of Probate for tilo Snid County, to bo
boldon nt Sumter Cc url Housu, on Mio l<Mh day
or Deo. to show causo, if any. why the sai.I nd
mtuislralion should not be>granted.
Uiveh limier tn/ Hand'snd Hedi of odien, thia
7th day of Deo. tu the yesrof ntir lc.nl, ono thon
amid eight hun.Led nud aovoniy, nm) In the
04'n year of Aim-rlcan Indupeudenoe. ' ' .
C. M. HURST, -
Doo 7-2t Judge of ?ho Court of Prob?to.
who moy give bim % catL ead fries very hara,
who tber io Du tier or L?rd, bi? oa?touwjr* iridis
a? Boon M be's paid, ' -^YVoV wAV-; .'.
To send every cu? fmor nw*y from bi? door .
Ail radiant with ?miles 'caris* they cam? to fal*
' ' atora.-'.-; . . . ' * . 'i >
Sigh diddle, 414*1? v. . - .
u*o up tho old HddYe
For the good? ar? ?waiting year call.
?|? aorta of groceries and ?om? ihinga In ?an?,
ou'll find very ?heap at tb? wonJorfol Spann'?.
0 give bim a eal?-'twill be better for tba*,
Aud all throui-.b tho GbriBttnus you merry may ba.
Tit to.rip to rango, -
Hero, y*s bore'* my banjo.
Cb ris tm H a comos bot OB?? a year
Go to Spann'a and get good cbeer. . .
J. N. SPANN, Agent,
UNDER PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY.
Deo Y -
TWENTY MILES SAVED !
Money Made ! !
JF. BLAND, of Mayeavllle, S. C., ls now
. receiving his SECOND STOCK of FALL
and WINTER GOODS for 1870. U? le deter?
mined to sell bis LARQE and WELL SELECT?
ED STOCK AS CHEAP-while he will give AS
MUCH for COTTON abd ALL KIND8 of
COUNTRY PRUDUCE aa ?an be ?rotten in Rnn.
tor; .Therefore you Will bave '.
TWENTY MILES SAVED
by doing your trading with him.
Hi? flock-purchased since th? r?0?ut decline,
with an eye to tho wants of thia seotlon-is
Alpncoas, Figured DoLaines, Scotch Plaids,
Poplins, Balmoral Skirts, fte., with an endless
variety of Prints, Lindseys and Domeattce.
Ludios' Hat?, Ribbons aud Fauey Articles.
lt K A DY MADE CLOTHING
A full assortment Caasimorea, Melton Cloths,
and Jenna of every grad?. Boots, Shoes, Hats
Sugars, Cofibes, Molasses, Salt, Flour, Fish,
Bucon aud Pickled Pork.
Ragging and Tiea, Axes, Shovole, Tin-war? and
all binds vf Cutlery.
Canned Peaches, Pino Apples, Corn, Salmon,
Oysters, Brandy Peaches. Raisins, Nuts and
Cundios, Cheese and Crackers, Tobacco and
Cigars, with oil kinds of "SHOO FLY" Gin
Cracks and Christmas Notions.
Ho respectfully solicits a call, willi many
thanks for past favors.
J, F. BLAND.
Mayes ville, S. C., Deo. 7-lm , _
Mullets and Mackerel.
2 BBLS. MULLETS,
150 bbls., half-bbla. and kita Mackerel.
For eulo by
Doc 7_F. W. KERCHNER.
Corn and Flour,.
1 500 BUSUELS C0RN?
' 600 Bbls. Flour.
For salo liv
Dec 7 F. W*. KERCHNER.
Molasses ! Molasses !
jyg HHDS., TOS. and BBLS. MOLASSES,
For sale by
Deo 7_F. W. KERCHNER.
Bacon and Pork.
g g BOXES L. C. BACON,
40 ? D. S. Sidos,
25 " ? " Shoulders,
60 Bbls Pork,
For salo by
Dec 7_F- W. KERCBNBR.
L andr eth's
TUST RECEIVED FROM D. LAN
J DRETH & SON a largo assort
Fresh Garden *Seed.
and RURAL REGISTER,
DR. A . J . CHINA?
Dvugpist and Apothecary, .
Nov 30-4t]_Sumter, S. C.
Tlie Attractive Store
J. T. Solomons.
i 0 . .
A NICELY SELECTED STOCK OF
Solid Colored Merinos,
Figured DcLainos ano}
Various Stylos bi* Poplins.
A Handsome supply of
Of overy^ variety of tattern.
' . fir ' ?'?;..! ? .. ? ?
MR. T. M. DaLORME ls now with ths abov*
old established house, and will bo pl?ased to; cac
his old frlonda and customers and serf? th?,a?
.v.-..i ., , i ..-.riT ..
fpilE Underaltfiisd beg 16 announce thai w? ?All
X now bo fount? at "Tho Planters' Waraaouae,'
Whfcro our Town and country DWhd? wHl! havi
Inducomonts otferod, lo prices and, quality whick
oannot bo surpn?i?d In ?his place..
. J. M. NETTLES.
. 1 ; i 0 KO. W. LEE.
?'Do ?ot ?karg? vr?lk aooaWbiag-v
Af j** vuviUeg^r ?era. ?Hm?*? l . . U?
B?t ?ao?,? wo* *? ut^, ; ..":; |'?
And no other aeuUneOimo^iered,
Sa^'you^I find therVa non? Uko Caldwell'*
. - ? ' 'r 1 ,!- Boom and 8?*W'
.. ; . .: .. .v' . ty ' r . .. " ?? i -
"Thal'?. ?tt*n*t* ?xpi*alo.?? .?W,* ,
Bald L looking down demore ly: ,
"I trust, good ?ir, (hot you the question
, . WiUuWais.''
Bat he only looked toa prouder.
Ai be spoke tba words tb? leader,
"Ihere'e alweje perfeet aomJavt in'Caldwell's
Boots end Shoes."
"Why, Ween tn?, aa??," I akoatad, .
As iii r^lty I ?le*bted, i>ty . '
'Tit sarely naught io ta? . what ftt?fW? g??d?
! ?? YoaataavM ii
But he only ei leo* the.higher,
With ?nthalaati? ?re,
"You'll sare your cash by wearing CsJdwell's
: Baot? and Shoo;."
So I left bim there reclining, "
Where no ray of auu was shining
Ana irequentiy I wandered at th? words tb? saaa
'"r ' Did vue. .
Thinking surely 'twas a mystery,
Aad that some hidden history . . . ,
Wat weaving round myself aad Caldwell's
' % . Boola aad Shoes. .
So thea I resolved to bay them,
Nay, I fait compelled to try tham,
And behold I've cause for gladness*,
That th? words I deemed were madness,
Indaoed ma thus to purchase
Caldwell's Boot? and Shoes.
Old Santa Claas har? rushed np,
AU spruce end nloely brushed np.
And swore he'd not ba hashed ap
Bat say _
Wbate'er be choose, *a>
And to my gteateat wonder,
Cried oat la tones of thunder
The Chrltmas Tree's a blander
. Whteh bears not
CaldweM/a Boots atd Shoe*.
OPPOSITE J. T. SOLOMON'S.
SIGN OF TSE BIG BOOH.
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEARS'
Cheaper thar* ever offered be?
fore in Sumter.
. ? . " ?
WILL DISP08O& OF
AT AND BELOW
C O S T ,
until 1st January next.
will be sold a little above Cost
If you really want bargains
come to the
- O I< DB ST AND ONLY ft BO UL AR
0 ONT E CTION EE Y
? -v.y.*?.-: / ?
: Toy HO?BO in Sum***
j, w. DARGAN:
: 9hVftiidV" ' ' ' ' . 1 "' .". 1
f'< "i ??? i ,i fl uti i i , il j'i|>,
i For Sale.
t T??N0 STAPnaucO'ITOW 88BD. CfcUo
it? v VY*' y.- ^^''y. ^ WlLBftR. '
We have- received % Pull Line
ofIr^mk of $
?T' fe Pk WrVr' . Iv".:
which we are Offering at popu
F ANO Y GrO?DS, OR?OKBRY
SADDLERY and HARNESS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
EL^TS and CAPS, &c.,t Ac.
Staple and Paney
of all kinds, (Except Liquors.)
Bal?n C!oU>, a new uni?le for Ladle? Dreetei,
ASSORTMENT OF DRESS GOODS io Town.
At GREEN 4 WALSH'S
All Wool Merinos, De Lal ne.? ?nd Empreu Cloths.
OF ALL KINDS. TBS LATEST STYLES.
At G KEEN * WALSH'S.
Alpaceas-*tll kinds, colon and qualities.
NEW STYLE HOOP SK IK I
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Silk?, Poplin?, Scotoh rim'J? ?od Fane j Delaine*.
Shawls and Cloaks,
At OREEN * WALSH'S.
Cloaks and Shawls of all qualities
AND HATS, of all kinda,
At OREEN A WALSH**.
Largest Assortment of Harness la 8amter. Com?
and tee it.
AND WHIPS, of best quality,
At OREEN A WALSH'S.
Saddles and Bridles to snit ertry one,
AND HARDWARE, at retail and wholesale,
At OREEN * WA LL H 'S.
An other Lot nf thora New Style Hits?
BY PURCHASING THE NON EXPLOSIVE
KEROSINE LAM PS, to be bad on!y
/ft OREEN A WALSH'S.
China and Glass Wara.
Crockery of all kinda
OF CORN, BACON, LARD, HAWS AW?
BUTTER, COFFEE, TBA and 8DOiAR,
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Calf Skin, Sole aad Lacing Leather.
LOUR. SALT, MOLA88ES aad MESS
At OREEN A WALSH'S.
Philadelphia Boots and Shoes.
OF WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, HOSIERY
and DRESS 000D6,' Jest reoclred at as?
tonishingly low prto**, I
. . By- GREEN A WALSH.
Mile'? Doola and Shoes. King's Ladles Shoes.
. ' --\ ? m
KeW York Exchange,
BOUGHT AND SOLD BY
OREEN A WAL8H?
Bargains in Remnants,
At GREEN A WALSH?
Planter's owing us for Supplies are
requested to meit their obliga?
tions promptly t as this
is the tinte of the year toe need pur
money. If you do not wish, to
self Cotton^ toe %eill ?hip and hold it
We Ara prepared to pay th? HIGHEST
CASU PRICE FOR COTTON, OR SHIP
ANS HOLD1 WHEN DESIRED, makio*
0A$H ?PVAN?B8 OK SA MK.
Oroon -A Walsh
OEAUKS'tt nnwMmmw.. :
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COMMISSION MER CBAJTm ?
? i. H .
Of the Season can ba ?e?n
AS A GENERAL STOCK ft
CANNOT BM' SMpj$8tot
I u?Hire to call especial ?tten?
. j .? . ..'.^V'-v,
tion to my extensive Stock of
ftc? &c?> ftc
My Grocery Department ? being
daily replenished with a Varied
stock of every style' of
KEPT IN THAT LINE.
Fogartie's Book Depository,
Wo hare recen tty made larg? and ratall* ai?
ditiona to our ?tock of Miscellaneous, Tteologi
ear>Suoday Sehool end" JfeVeaU* BOOKS Wa
are ito? prepared io furnish Briaday Beheeb
wRsVLrbfnry Bwkv, Catechisms, Hymn Korti,
Musio Booka, 8 A dav Behool Carda a?4 stael
reqaiiities from all the Publishing 8Misti?,??,
bracing the American Solidity Behool Onion,?
American Traot Society, Asherfbaa BktMkiPaV
Maning Society, Protestant Epiee?WB Amfey
Sohool Union and Church Book Soeioty.l^teel
Religions Tract Society, London Stxluy fir
Promoting Christian k n owled ge, <bo, ie. a,
Our Stationery Department has beca rseU*
ished and weare now selling French, lUgliA
and Amerioan Note and Letter Papers ?ad' 1s
velopes at unusually low prices.
Wedding Note Papers, Cards ?ad Eorsloja, sf
tho newest styles. '..
English and French Initial Papers-oe* sal
beautiiul designs, at reduced pries* -'
Visiting Cards-printed In various Uris*. '
A large and varied assortment of pocktt aw
olber Diariaa for 1871. '
Photograph Aihoma, Writing Alb*aw, Als.
graph Album*-our var'ties aftaAfJ *?* >
tifnl Articles aro unsurpassed sad esta?
rVrttiog Desk*, Y^ri'ing Cases and Portioliw,
embracing every variety of style?, fro? fl
np to $20.
JUVENILE BOOKS.-Especial attention hu
been given to oar Juvenile DepattSMAt
- Oar assortment ia unusually Isnje, SM
Csat caro ba* been taken td seJsot f**9
oks for they oang of all .
BIBLES AN? PRAYER ??0W.
A> large stock of English, Family sWd1 Ww?
Bibi?* ?ad Episcopal Prayer tool*} *??
bracing all thane? edition* and sMk?*f
Striding. The prices of Bibles **frnb*
BookCRkve bee? greatly tOdaeei. Oar
?took olera a* kerge ? variety a? fsa
to bad, and*?! the reduced price*. .
Wa aro now resolving oar stock of Bel Way
Books, comprising *U tba varletle* of the season,
together with tao best edtftioo* ft *****
Oar Store is arranged ?o a* to aJbrd ?Mtjjl
every conversion*? for examining tba books, asa
the prion of each book 1* marked, ia pula Sf*
'".".Our rogolnr Weekly CaUlogao will kt
VTSf *Oar MONTHLY LITERARY BOW*
TIN ?ill bo sont FREE to mama* *?<?..
"?a??'p*woai residing ia Ito ^^Tj
plea** bear la mind, that by Mndlpf tajV^?
to a* for any books published in Amm*/ ?*y
will ho charged only th? prie? of "
pay for tho postage or express. Adam?
Fogartie's Book Deporitory
No. 2(J9 KINO STRBBT, (IN THlBW?.> ,
CHARLTON, 80UTHOAROLW*> ,'?i
Nov?? ; rf
PRESCOTT'S CONQUEST OF MRW*
. ?? Phillp tad. /j. ,.
? Ferdinand on? I*}b?flfc
Mayne Reid's Works Complet*,? ti?,
Bugb Mitlnfa " '<
icken's Novel? eomplele for 9M*
Sunday School Book? at low V**.
LonBki?lr<Que*t|on? on.ito Owp?*
;? . N6t?* ?j?
Jay'* Morning and eveafog WW**
? sauts san iutt****?- ' '/J
W ' leoton Prions, . , -w ^ m
> Wo ?lil supply SsbbatkSobool Bcak-j* ?J
I? -? ?* # M *