Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Sumter watchman. (Sumterville, S.C.) 1855-1881, December 14, 1870, Image 3',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
Zdf All Tr?B?4?A^i
S U observed wi lb um
' 0. Tbiwd?y l^ir ^t?fer?i e^^. of Mr,
WWUM Mv'DELokfi? i?id. ??ny td. in? J
tomb. II? WM cn* or oui-oW*? ?*d; most roi.
pwi*d ?UUeU-enBldWie li* presbyterian
Church sud (he head of ? Ur?? sud beloved
family. After a pro tr?? tod I tlucss? bom? with
?? patience of . christian veter??, he lia? ceased
? to laffer and entered on hit eternal reward.
, , i a^g?iy
??.Meure. William? . A Jlaif^o?, Wit
mtngtoo, will accept thanks for copies of their
Commercial Circular. .-?.j->
* ^e? . 1
/ar*Tbe attendance of the members of the
Ladlee'Monumental Association of Sumter Di?,
trie!, ls earnestly desired nt the moating oin Frl
. dsj.the 23rd, inst., At 1? o'clock, M. on tho
secoad floor of the Sumter Motel.
The early erection of the monument to our
gallant Confederate deed, will be bought before
th?meeting. . .-*..'*..
Sooth Carolina Central Rail Hoad.
A notice Irom the Treasurer of this road, Wm.
]I. Peronneau Esq., informs the. Stockholders,
that the sixth instalment of ftvo dollars per ?hare
will be payable on the l&ih 'January proximo.
The attractive advertisement of the "Plantera.
Warehouse," shows our readers where they cad
obtain goods suitable for the coming holiday?
Messrs. C. II Moise d> Co., oouduot their busU |
Deas on high toned principles-deal fairly with
all and sell goods low. ' O Wo them a call.
We advise those who wish to make their pur?
chases, of holiday gooda ,before the rush com?
met) ces. to read carefully the advertisement? in
the IPutcAman,and they will be directed where
to call to mako their selection? of cheap attrac?
tive and seasonable goods.
in a ?on tc Celebration.
The Mesons of Sumter County will colebrate
St. John's day on the 27th lost., at the Methodist
Church, of our town, at 12 o'clock, M. when an
oration will bo delivered, and the officers for the
next Masonio year be installed by Sro. P. Q. M.
HENRY Botar, of Charleston, 8. 0. The public
generally end the ladle? particularly ere in?
vited to be present.
Chrlatnaae and Holiday Presenta.
Onr friend, Mr. O&ITJR HOYT, is offortng his
entire stoek cf Watches, -Silver Ware, and an
elegant assortment of Jewelry, at cost price, du?
ring theholidays. Any of our readers wishing
to eeleet a beautiful present, at a low price, will
heve an opportunity .of doing so by calling nt
Mr. Hoyt's establishment, as he is in earnest, and
is offering his stoek nt New Torie cost prieo.
The Robber? Attain.
They seem to be everywhere, end to bare full
swing-but not at the ood of a rope, which per?
haps might end their performances. Tho rob
ber's rute is upon us, for whiob we may not be
sufficiently thankful. Saturday night last, one
citizen had bis hog atol?n, another bis ducks and
lightwood, and on Sunday night, the rogues vis?
ited three different ?tables and breaking the
locks stole three different (but by no means Indif?
ferent) mules, tho owners whereof would like tb
eompromise constitutionally by getting their own
mutes back without the forty acres from the
State. We would be glad, if apace permitted, to
publish tho latest balloon dispatches, giving the
quotations of the ruling in mule meet of the Par?
is market during the siege. But, ? word to the
wise. Is there noofficor of the law who can bring
back to the ownors the ?loten animals, with the
joyful assurance of "Here's your mule I"
Ponce de Leon, one of. the early Spanish ex?
plorers of this continent, is said to have discov?
ered the "fountain of Life" in Florida. This
may bo a histori?e!- myth, but we are certain that
all sufferers from miasmatio complaints, dyspep?
sia, etc., find relief and eure in tho use of the
"Old Carolina Bitters," the great Southern
Children cry for Wineman'a Cry?tallied Worm
If yon desire rosy oheeks and a complexion
fair, and free from Pimples, Blotohes and Erup?
tions, purify your blood and invigorate your sys?
tem hy taking Dr. Pieroo'a Alt. Ent. or Golden
Medical Discovery. It bas no equal for this
purpose, nor as a remedy for "Liver Compla?t"
or "Biliousness," and "Constipation of ibo Bow?
els" Sold by Druggists. Pamphlet sent free
Address Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
fSF* If you wnnt to buy Harness, Saddles,
Trunks, Valises, Bags, Satchels, Collars, Hames,
Chains, Biding bridles, Martingales, Whips,
Spurs, Curry-combs, Hors? brushes, Feather
brashes, Axle-grease, Oil, Leather, Saddlery,
'Hardware, und all Goods kept in a first ola??
Csddlery Establishment, eall at J. S. TornAU A
Co.'r., No. 8 South Front St. Wilmington, N. C.
A GOO? BtTflOBSTlOW.
The following, which wc clip (rom an
exchange, we commend to tho consider?
ation of Church members :
"Tlo laborer ia worthy of hie hire,"
.nd the Christmas season which is now
approaching is an admirable time for
thono churches, 'which have underpaid
preaohors, to make up to them by suit?
able donations the full value of their
labors. ' At the samo time let them
open their purse strings still wider, and
pay off their church debt? if they have
?ny. "God ioveth a cheerful giver."
Buccsasrei. Socraan* BariSraisa.-Of ni?a,y
sew Southern enterprises which have been Up*
dsruken slnoe the war,' ndb? baye met with
(renter or more deserted snoecs* than the door,
.ash and blind manufac tory of Mr. P. P. Tonio,
lo Charleston, 8. 0; By hard work, indomitable
energy ?nd liberal advertising, Mr. Toole bas
10 ttjree yesrs outstripped ell CO m potion ?rlfl
titabllsbed a knslaais whloh Wonld do credit to |
any city In the UpUW Slates. 2 Dee.
--rr,-r-?'? ? -rv rr-y
No Hongo*-We do not with >fo inform yon,
reader, that Dr. Wonderful, or doy ouh?r man,
bas discovered a remedy that cures all diseases
of mind, body er estate, arid ls designed tb make
onr sublunary sphere a blissful Paradise, to
?blob Heaven itself ?hall be but a side shod,
bat we do Wish te . Wns'-'you that Dr. 8age*tf
Catarrh Remedy has cered thousand? of coses df
Catarrh In it's worst forms and stagna, and tho
Proprietor will pay $ftOO for ? caso of ?'J?S loatn
tome diseas? wbioh h? oanootnure. Il any be
Procared of druggist? or by mail for'slaty eenie
from R. V. Pierce, M. D., ^Buffalo, N. T. A
Pamphlet sent free.
. i 'Try I
Bfakerct Broker, No 25 Broad &rect.
. HOV. 26, 187?.
8TATE SKCURIT188-South Carolina, old, 86?
00; do new, 71 ;@ - do, reglat'd stock, px tot
thrr SKConiTiB?- Augusta, 0?. Bond?, -
761 Ch Arlos ton, 8. O, Stock, (?x qr int) -@b2~;
do, Fire Loan Bundi. - (?866; Columbia, &. 6
Bonds, -@60. > .*<..;.?' i
RAIUKOAD Bowns-Blue Ridge, (?rtt mortgage
- ?00; Charleston and Savannah, -@o0
Charlotte, Columbia, and Augusia, - <g)85;
Cherawand DarBngtoa, -82; Greenville and
Columbia, (1st morl) -@85; do, (8tat? guar?
antee) 66@ -j Northeastern, -@87; 8?v?n
nah and Charleston, (1st mort) -78; do, (State
sunrantoo) - South Carolina, - @73; do,
09; 8bartanburg and Union, -(?)^. . .
Raii.noAD STOCK*- Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta,-@40; Greenville and Colombia, -
f?)2 ; Northeastern, @13; Savannah and Charlea
ton, -@3?; South Carolina, (?hole .hares)
-@4i f do, (hairdo) -@i9i.
EXCDAHOK. ?o-Mew York Sight, } off
Gold, H0(g>H3; Silver, 103.?
S H D TH CA HO LIN A BANK BILLS.
?Bunk of Charleston.,.
?Bank of Newberry.
Bank of Camdon.80?
Bank v.f Georgetown.07@
Bank, of South Carolina.,,,,. 8?
Bank of Chester. 8@
Bank of Hnmburg--.".,7"
Bunk of State of S.e. prior to 1881..45
Bank of State ot 8. C. issoo 1861 and 1862 30
?People's Bank of Churl cs ton_.
?Union Bank of Charleston.
?Southwestern B R Bank of Charleston, - (
?Southwestern H H Bank of Charleston, - <
Farmers' and Exchange Bank of Charles-(
Exehnnge Blink of Columbia.7<
Merchants' Bunk of Cheraw. 6(
Planters'Bank of Fairfield .6(_
State of South Carolina Bills Receivable...?5.
City of Charleston Chango Bills.95.
?Bills rnarkod thus (?) are being redeemed at
the Bank Counters of euch.
Jan 12 ly
I'u i n ii supposed io be the lot of us poor mor?
tals, ns inevitable ns death .itself and Hubie at
any time to come upon us. Therefore it is im?
portant that remedial agents should be et bnnd
to bo used on an emergency, when the seminal
principio lodged in tho system shall dov chipo
itself, und wo feel the excruciating agonies of
pain, or the depressing influence of disease.
Such a remedial agontexists in the PAIN KILLER,
whose fame bas made the circuit of the globe.
Amid the eternal ices of tho porlor regions or
boncnth tho intolerable nnd burning sun of tb?
tropics, its virtues are known and appreoiated.
Under nil latitudes, from the one extreme to the
other, suffering humanity has found relief from
many of its ills by its use. The wide and broad
area over wbleb this medicine has spread, atteste
it? value and potenoy. From a small beginning,
tho Pu in Killer baa pushed gradually along,
making its own highway, solely by Its virtues.
Such unoxnmplod success and popularity has
brought others int? the fte'd, who have attempted,
under similarity of nome, to ururp the confidence
qf the people and torn it to their own selfishness
and dishonesty, but their efforts bnve proved
fruitless, while tho Pain Killer is still growing
in public favor. _ Dec. .
Tbe ?rent Pictorial Animal.
Hostetter's United States Almanac for 1871, for
distribution grutit, throughout the United States,
and all civilized countries of the Western Hemis?
phere, will be published nbout the first of January,
and all who wish to understand the true philoso?
phy of health should read and ponder the valuable
suggestions it contains. In addition to an admir?
able medical treatise on the causes, prevention
and euro of a great vnrioty of diseases, it embraces
a largo amount of inlorronlion interesting to the
merchant, tho mechanic, tho miner, tho farmer,
the planter, nnd professional mun; and tho calru
lations bavo boen made for such meridians and
latitudes as ara most suitable for a correct and
comprehensivo NATIONAL CALENDKn.
The nature, uses, and extraordinary sanitary
effects of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, tho staple
tonio and alterative of more than half of the Chris?
tian world, are fully sot forth In its pages, which
aro also interspersed with pictorial illustrations,
valuable recipes for tho household and farm, hu?
morous anecdotes and other instructive and amos*
ing randing matter, original and selected. Among
tho Annuals to appear with the opening of the
year, this will be ono of the most useful, and
maybe hud for the atking. Tho proprietors
Messrs. Hostel tor A Smith, on reoeipt of a two
Cent stump, will forward a copy by mail to any
person who cannot prooure ono in his' neighbor?
hood. Tho bitters are sold in every city, town'
and villngo, and are extensively used throughout
tho entiro civilir.od world._
Ii rro ra of Von Iii.
A GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, end alt the
effects of y oat btu J indiscrition, will for the sake
of sofiering humanity, send free te all who need
it th,? receipe and direction for making the sim?
ple-remedy by which he was eared. Suffers
wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience
can do so by addressing, in perfeot confluence.
. JOHN B. OGDEN,
No. 42 Coder Street, New York.
Deo 7-*ly_' '
Carriage Guide--livery One HI? Own
A prlvftto instructor for married person? or
those about to be mar ried, bulb male and fe
mal?, In everything concerning the physiology
and rotations of our sexual system, and tbe pro?
duction and prevention of offspring, including
all the new discoveries, never hefore given in the
EnglhnY language, by WM. YOUNG, M. D.-?
This is really a valuable and interesting work.
It is written in plain language for the general
reader, and ls Illustrated with numerous en?
gravings. All young married people, or those
contemplating marriage, and having tho least
impediment to married Hfe, should read this
book. It disclose? secrets that every one should
be acquainted with; still lt is a book that must
be locked up and not lie about tbe house. It will
be sent to atty address on receipt of 60 cents
Address DR. WM. YOUNG, No. 41? Spruce
Street, above fourth, Philadelphia.
Nov 28 , >. i ? ' -y 6m;
. Tn Consumptiv e.
Tko advertiser, having been permanently cored
of that dread disease, Consumption, by a simple,
remedy, is ?nxlooe to make known te hil* fellow
?offerers tbe means of cure- . To al) "ho desire
lt, he will send a copy of the prescription used
(free of charge), with tho directions for preparing
and using the same, which they will find ' a ?ure
laure for, ?onsomptlon, Asthma, Uronchlttv, Au.
j Parlies Wishing the prescription will please
, .. - .Rev. HDWAHOA. WtLSON.
I 166 South Second Street, Williamsburg, N. Y.
The ?U^ad^rdr^lr fer cVJfht, Cold?; Co?.
Himpltoo. "Nothing butter." CuTXgn Biol. A
OHtft?lY PECToHAt. TROC H E 8
Ar? **f*T\or U ?ll o then W Cough?; Cold..
Aat?ax?, Broaebtal end Lang d?maultlo?, ar*
??S?^^tJrtSfflNffi non? of wu .???.
etlng horrible Cubeb taite, ?re vary soothing
efiflnW?' 'HWfHrt, Sf?gere, and
Publlo Bpaakeor will find they are especially
adaptad to the rolo*. Bold by Druggist?. Also
HHHTONKK, V.)COD LIVKB OIL.,
for Coinnmptlon and SeroTala | waa no other.
tTW*?;> ?KP1*.AT?B Y POWDKK,
VJ Remoyee superfluous, bair In ytee MINMI.*,
without injury m tba ?kia. Sen tb* tnali for$1.26.
UPHAM'S ASTHMA CURE
Itel leroi mostjvlolenl paroxysms in Jive mittut**
?nd effaets * ?peedy eure. Price f2 by mail.
. Tr?? JAf*ANE8i? HAIR STAIN
Dolor? tba whiskers and bair a beautiful BLACK
lr SHOWN. It eon slats or on iy OH? preparation. 76
sant? by mall. Address 8. 0. UPI1AM, Na 721
Jayne Street, Phll?do!phi?, Pa. Oiroulara sent
[rae. 8uld by all Druggist?.
Til T Tl I .All ATS, Pat I? ne ?M. ' Pa.
J_ J.XVUor various ?tyla?, at tho old manu?
factory, 143 GRAND &T. N. Y. EetabUthed 183?.
Send for. Circulars. CAIRNS A BRO\, Bucees
lora to H. T. GR ATACA p.
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY
Prisa; cashed and information furnished by
9B0RQE UPHAM, Providence, R. I.
$?O?L A WEEK SALARY I-Yoong men
'?P^CfJ wanted aa local and travailing ?alea,
nen. Address (with stamp) R. H. WALKER,
14 Park Row, N. Y. r_
50 cont?. Address B. PERRY, 39 Park Row,
Agents ? Read This !
Tl/JB Wllili PA Y AGENTS A SALARY
TY of par *wb ann expenses, or allow a
argo com m is? ion, tc ?ell our* new and wonderful
nvention?. Address M. WAGNER A Co., Mar
EMPLOYMENT for All.
[?Qr, SALARY PUB WEHR AND
?PO\/ expenaee, paid Agent?, to ?ell our now
md useful discoveries. Addresa B. SWEET A
:o" MarahaU Mich._
VTEW MEDICAL PAMPHLET-Seminal,
\\ Pbyaloal and Nervous Debility, ita effects
md aura. Price 25 cent?. Address SECRETARY
Museum of Anatomy, di8 Broadway, Kew York.
A Clergyman, while residing in South Amer!,
'a aa H missionary, discovered a rafe and ?Imple
emody for the Cure of Nervous Weakneea, Enrly
Decay, Disease? of tba Urinary and 8eminal
)rgana, and the whole train of disorders brought
m by baneful and vicious babita. Great num.
tera h?ve bean eared by thia noble remedy,
'roinpted by a desire to bene6t the afflicted and
infortunate, I will aend tho reeetpe for preparing
ind uelng tala medicine, in a scaled envelop, to
my one who needa it, Free oharge. Address
IOSRPH T. INMAN, Station D, Bible House,
few York City.
Nov Itt .?
L andr eth's
TUST RECEIVED FROM D. LAN
J DRETH & SON a large assort
Fresh Garden Seed.
and RJJRAli REGISTER,
DR. A. J. CHINA.
Druggist ?nd Apothecary,
Nov 30-4t] Sumter, S. C.
rWiSAf'TY HILES SAVED I
Money Made ! !
FF. BLAND, of Mayesvllle, 8. C., ia now
e receiving bia SECOND 8T0CK of FALL
nd WINTER GOODS for 1870. He la deter,
tined to ?ell hia LARGE and WELL SELECT
ID STOCK AS CHEAP-while he will give AS
IUCI1 for COTTON and ALL KINDS of
'OU NT RY PRRDUCE aa oau begotten In Sum?
ir; Therefore yon will bava
TWENTY MIXES SAVED
y doing your trading with him.
. Hia ?tock-purchased since tba recent decline,
nth an eye lo tho wanta of thia section-is
ilpncoe?, Figured DoLainea, Seotoh Plaid?,
.oplins, Balmoral 8klru, Aa., with an endless
nrioty of Prints, Lindsoys and Dftiaftatto*.
.adlai' Hat?, Hi hbo ns and Fa noy Article*.
X Eil DY MADE CLOTHING
, full acaortment Caaalmarea, Melton Cloth?,
nd Jeana of every grade. Boot?, Shoes, Hate
ugnrs, Coffees, Molasses, Salt, Flour, Flab,
lacon and Pickled Pork.
lagging and Tlea, Axe?, Shovels, Tin-ware and
ll kinda af Cutlery.
lan ned Peaehaa, Pine Apples, Corn, Salmon,
lyatera, Brandy Peach?*. Raisins, Nula and
laadiea, Chea?? and Crackers, Tobacco and
ligar?, with all >lnda of ??SHOO FLY" Olm
!ra?kaand Ch ri? trna? Notions.
Ho respectfully solicits a call, .with many
hunk? for past favor?.
' very Respectfully,
' J.r. BLAND
Mayen Me, 8? c., De?. T>*1e? ?
. Tba "Pa oeba Baker" Salve
?00 year? a Beeret
Cure? aa by magia- l?LlZiL
Lil Cul?, Barna,'Bralaea, Saree, ?lc?r?, Cancer?,
lore Nipple?, end Broken Breaate, Chapped Lip?
no hands, Emptions, Chilblain?, filtea or Stings
f IeaaeU, Aa.
.A Wonderful e?re>t pMaa.'
Sold everywhere., . <; r
Aak for Phoebe Baker'* ?nd take no other?)
"Costar*?" Rat, Roa eb, Ac H a termin?t or?.
"CosturV' (tllfiid) Bad Bog Exter.
"CoaUr*?? (pura) Ioaeot Powder,
(lae thia (e*ly pura) Inteet Powder for
. Molka in Fara and Woolan?, for Bed.
. bvga,-loie?ta, *?.
"OoatarV (only anra remedy) Corn Solvent.
Aak foe "CCGTAR'S" (and leba nd other.)
$1 ?2 $3 and lo alaea sent by express. J
A-lOrr* "COSTAR" CO., IS Ho ward BUN; Tv I
?Tt^imi^m IND QO?NOTANTLY W&ING jtr NEW
; \Y 'AND HANDSOME ?3KK)DS FOR*
TOYS ! TOYS ! ! TOYS ! ! !
-, OF ALL KINDS.
IN CHINA, &c, &c.
pi]?E AisBu ms;
Candy, Fruits, Nuts, &c,
In Great Variety, too Numerous to Name.
Everybody, remember, when .
Fine Things, Pretty Things, Sweet Things, and
Cheap Things are needed. Call at
F. A. FOXiSOlff'S.
P. S.-By all means ash lo see the " Contrahand Eater"
TOYS ! ! !
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEARS'
Cheaper than ever offered be?
fore in Sumter.
WILL BE DISPOSED OF
AT AND BELOW
until 1st January next.
will be sold a little above Cost,
[f you really want bargains
come to the
OLDEST AND ONLY REGULAR
loy House in Sumter.
J. W. DARGAN.
|7Q HHDS., TCS. and DDLS. MOLASSES,
I For ?nie hy
Doo T _F. W. KKRCHNEB.
Bacon and Pork,
glj ROXEB L. 0. BACON,
40 .*? v ....>>. 8* Sida?, ,
S? ? gbotfdm,
60 BM? Pork,
For na!? by
DetiT -F.. If. KRRCUNER.
* i, , .i , ?* i ?
Corn and Flour,
1 500D?BIIRLB C0RN'
' 6W tibia. Flour.
For aale by ., .
Dee 7 ' Fy tv*. K?RCHNftn.
The Attractive Store
J. T. Solomons.
A NICELY SELECTED STOCK OP
Solid Colored Merinos,
Figured DeLaines and
Various Styles of Poplins.
A Handsome supply of
Of every variety of Pattern.
MR. T. M. DBLORME is DOW with tho above
old established house, und will be pleasod to tee
bis old friends and customers and serve thom as
M?SS E. D. BRITTON
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITE
her friends, and particularly tho
ladies of Sumter and commu?
nity to eall and examine
Her Rich and Beautiful Stock
and Fancy Goods.
Having selected her goods personally, and
with groat caro, in tho New York nud.Baltimore
markets, she feds confident of pleasing all, both
as regards quality, stylo and price. As usual,
(hero are roany novelties for tho season.
MISS BRITTON is supplied with a FIRST
CLASS MILLINER and a DRESS MAKER,
from Baltimore, who aro well qualified for the
business. Tho fashions procurod In New York.
Ladies, call and have your Dresses and Hats
made in the latest styles.
Papor patterns of Dresses, Sacques and other
articles of dress may ho had.
At the Now Store next to J. T. SOLOMONS
Change of Business.
Tho undersigned have this day bought oat tho
interest of Mr. A. HAUSER, in tho Tin business,
and are preparod to conduct tho same in all its
branches, Bach es ROOFINO, OUT i EKING Ac.
Wo hope by strict attention to easiness to merit
a liberal sh oro of patronage.
T. C. 8CAFFE A Co.
Having sold out my stork Ac. tn Messrs. C. I.
SCAFFE A Co., I cherfully commend thom to
the public, and solicit for them the pitronage of
the people of Sumter and country generally. My
books are in tho hands of Mr. T. C. SOAFFE,
who is anlhorlied to make settlement for me.
Those Indebted to me will please make payment
to him forthwith.
Pictures ! Pictures ! ! Pictures ! !
j* ,> . iirtr . .
These Pictures are now taken nt the Sumter
dalli ry, In all si ?es and styles-.up to lifo sise.
Heren t improvement? have h.Vn brought Into
requisition, and tho undersigned feels confident
that he can prodace aa . erfoetNand wall finished
Pictures ns nan be obtained In the State.
Copying from Old Likenesses, a.nd the original
llnoumonts of the picture fnliv reproduced.
J. I). WILDER. ? '
1 HU Iii fi 1 UM 1 1IV1 lili I tWJ
Of tho Season call ht sGen.
AS A GENERAL STOCK VJ!
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
I desire to call especial atten?
tion to my extensive Stock of
&C, &C*5 ftc.
My Grocery Department is being
daily replenished with a varied
stock of every style of
KEPT IN THAT LINE.
J. rc. SHARES,
THE SUBSCRIBER INFORMS HIS
? Friend, ?od Customers that be bee reoeived
and will continua to reeeiee
NEW AND CU EAP FURNITURE,
TO SUIT TBK TIMBS.
(Iii Stoek eoa.i.t. of alrao.t erery artlele ia that
line, vis :
SOFAS, SIDB-BOARDS, BOOK CASES,
Wardrobe*, Extention Tablee,
Sitting ?nd Rocking Chair?, of eTery kind
Crib., Cradle., Trundle. Cottage Bed.tead.
Some more of thore CH KAP COTTAGE 8BTS,
Meat Safe., Window Shade, and Wall
Paroling-all low for OASB.
J. E. Snares,
Main Street, opposite Express Office,
Entrance from Stair Canon Malo Street te
J. De CRAIG,
M ANUPAC TUREE,
Furniture ft Upholsterer
COR. MAIN AND CANALST8.
SUMTER, S. 0.
RESPECTFULLY inform* bia friend* and pa?
tron. Ibat be h.* now bn hand a rapple ef
BED ROOM AND COTTAGE BETTS,
of Tarlo*, style..
CANE AND WOOD SKAT CHAIR8.
BUREAUS. CRIBS. Ao., Ac,
I all of which he offers for rate at prleea te aatt the
FURNITURE mede te order, Itt any etjrlo an?
I at .hort notice
Manufacturing, Repairing and Upholder*
I done promptly and I? a neat and workmanlike
Maurene* ?eade to order, and eld Mattreaaaa
Chair, reseated with cane and made a* goad aa
Picture Fran*, of all afeen, Reae Weed. Olli
j and plain moulding., made to order, and Leek
ing elesteaaet ta frame?, and for aale.
FUN ERA LS
?romptly attended.to la Tonn oe Country, end
Ittalic, Mnhogony, Wainui, or 0..mnun Cottn.
furnished a* required,'at ?hort iiotiee,
Ool3o - i??
-.-, ...?.A,.??. _ .;. . ?..???? ?
FOR ALL KINDS OF
Books and Stationary,
Goto EDWARD PERRY,
j 119 Mi-cling.ch oct, opp.lite Cu irlcftoii Hotel.
Oe I Aw
m ?| :
il > J*?ity,
. , OT :v ' . ? ko.t ??,
Tanner's Oil? c \
. ': . Kerosene Oil,
AND ALL RINDS OP
. &c, &e.
IEROSENE LAMPS AND
all appliances thereto.
DR. A. J. CHINA
A. ANDERSON A CO.
Sept tl_\_i_, |,
Castor Oil and Quinine.
fJQ Oonoe? P ?nd W Quinine,
f)f . Q ?lion i fl r?t quell ty CM tor OU at Re
6 Vf due ed pr Ieee,
By Dr. A. J. CHINA,
Soeeeeior to A. ANDERSON, A CO.
8ept, al _
FIRST QUALITY Chemicals orerery doiorip
tiea, and warranted PURE,
By Dr. A. J. cniNA,
8eo<!*Mor to A. ANDERSON, A CO.
FALL AM) WINTER
[ am now receiving a Large and
Complete Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERE8, TWEEDS,
Kentuckey Jean?, of lew grades and very
II nd er ve?t?,
OJ?~es and Cravats,
kL80 A PULL SUPPLY A TD VARIETY OF
JCeV JCJe. JL CSP ?
These Goods I am determined to sell lower
han they oan bo bought in this market. Doni?
ng in this line alone, I am enabled to do this.'
I only nek my old friends to eall and examine,
ind if they do ont find my goods ehoaper, I will
tot expect them to boy.
De J. WINN, Agent.
Hain-st under Sumter Hotel.
L. P. LOBING,
Aoanr roa -
Messrs. King & Huppman,
MAI.TsttOrtR, m. ft>.
Would respectfully' solicit the patronage of his
Viands and the publie. , .
HE HAS IN STORE A COMPLETE
Stock of Hardware and
- Family Utensils.
irabraelng every ertMe In this line of business,
irhieh he Intends to ?ell st the
LOW KAT ?? HICKS, FOB OA SH.
Ile will keep alway* In store, a complete assort?
Collin'* Axes, Ames' Shovels and Spades,
Tree* Chains, Hoes,
Rakes, Pitch Forks.
Orals Cradles, Soy tbs niad**,
O tu? no Selves,
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Brass Preserving Kettle*,
TM Ware, Window i>hv*-atl rites. ,
Person?,iu want of lb? most convenient and
Monomioal Stove*, ean be supplied with th*
Istest improved patterns at price* which cannot
rall te give entire eatlsfs?tie?.
tO THU LADIES.
Fall and Winter Opening.
MRS. M. ? ZERNOW
Ha* recently returned from New
York, where che selected aa ele
gnni and varied assortment of
Hoods In Ike
SHS**^1** teteet>N0V-|SLTlJ,8 pp THE
IUI Si?cle'he* bren selected: With gr.at eera,
and will be found unequaled In cholee ard varlet
ly, and will he offered at price* that cannot All
to give satisfaction.
X4T Orders from il e eounlry will receive
PERFUMERY, g^APB/^^ WW
pu*Dux?? ?ea ?av. . i?.,.j_z?rj?
Rb*r>nR Cre*m ?ni! Bruih*?, V SMH
H.tr, Brahes, . v.?te ^
Infsut Brushes, -. , -t^v??>V?
, -.. Tooth ?ed Salt Br**ht#. *j2 .??1.a
. _AU ?! tfcKA<r*?r?
P R ESC RIVTlf?X$T J
PREPARBD CAREFULLY At ALI^OUp?
; i- - > ,-B/;r, i^^B?
TUS BE&T . ...??A'lffl
- BRA KD Y, O tX, ,v,
' .. ; ' ; t^ld At .Mck^A^N'lg
A^LESPICK, ' '3
Clove?, Cinnsiuc-n. ,. /->.
'. " CHo^f.^tnso?'-.
KEROSINE OIU ??mps. Ui>rr.ers.-.CI.'iird>2
Wicks. Ac. _ AtMoftAJUtyMj
yf^ XA ROB ?od Fft83?I>^Pt^;?iy ,ij
. GARDEN SKKDS"?M
For ?Alo by Mc
MILLER'S ALMANAC for 187fl ??J',M
y At ; MelU'<rf3N'8?j|
A FINE S?GAIl
CAN BR BAD
Cor. Main & Liberty-Si
J. F. W. DeLORM?
Begs to notify Isis roany frio\i(U lan<
customers, that he has added to M
complete stock pf .-1 s ,>
F AMT ARTICLES?/.
A FULL ASSORTM??N? ?Bl
Asking n continuation of past . patronage;
which he will do nil In his power to dcs?rve? ho
solicits an oxumtnntlon of his STOCK AND'
PRICES. J' . ?K
J? F. W. D'LO RM Ks
Cor. Main und Liberty.Strrs!. \.
Sept 21 : f. tr.
JUST ll EC t: IV KU M
AFINE LOT Of COLOATE'.i PAMILYaS
SOAPS, nnd fur s..lo HUMP.
By J. P. tv. i;i r
ALSO ..' ;
Afresh lot of LANDRE TH'S ' ONION'.'SETTS,
white and red,
By J. F. AV. Du LOR MK. Q
0"t 12- . I
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE ?ffl
North Eastrrn lia ii road Company. M
CHARLESTON, ?. C., Aug 19, ?R70. fl
flYllli ATTE.NTI(.>N ()!. 'j ill) I UP- S
I LIC is rcspcetfuU.v ci.'.;.'. ijiu r< iii'wlpr 'I
RKIiUCKP KATES of if::-.:.MT .,.." A
Ch.nrli?lin. ?nd Statin)* <?i iliu lt ILV.1 !'>.N
. and MANCH B-TEll lt Ai', M. AD.' 1.. ,. . Into' M
operiition cn thu JJOth Au;;iift. ... fl
Tu Su'i'tcr-H-.t ?lii?'s, ?>.;..' . .: . . j r\?
?jr.l ?Ju*?, h.'u.; ?li fit .. .; I
Sip Cln#s;;:l5c. , u
To.M>iye.*villo, Ljiielibur/. TIIIIMMI.IM'".rici ,
Blurt, Pc Dee, Vu rion- L-l ,.?...*. !?' 2>l.l
cl??*. Ufo j Srjl. elliss, iou.) -4th !
cfiM , .'/Pu ; ?ih olacs, #)??.. H
Iii order tn fh..w tho extent itfljKjfj IlclQuiioD, ' ?
thu fnlliiwifij: OLP KAT KS HIV ?|i'|iip.le>) ?
To Sumter-l?t class, $1 .?0 j 2ii'I rbi*,,/I'. !n; J
:<r<\ elnVs, il.v'Oj -Lir >:^^r<?*?e; J
elli cliirsi .Ku. . <2*lW*i'
To Mrtyesvllle. Lyn? M^u^gt TiWih^Wrar^Inii's H
Biufli', Po Doe. 'Mi?t???n'*,.??'*-eIifrK- i?.;Yt' ; ??int' |fl
piny*. fcl. tfcT Srd-i l:i>S. Vt.l * ; iib * 1
eln>s. tiUn; ,'iin nle'fs.M?''.
Ang 2t-lf_JR** ? ' .
O . ? . S sV? I T 11 *M
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .&?AL?:^l?v -7*
Pa ri op j; ' C h au i bo p, 1 ) i l : i ? ? ? K o o i n,
OfJSce and Library
3F" xi. ar xi. ituro,
Bl?in?.i H?..1 DeOrs?
Granite iront Rn ?lit ?np. s,
\\ ILM IV OTON. N'.' f?.
WI 1^11XG TO i\
Iron and Copper \Vui ks
FRONT STREET, BKLOMl*'.M A ft f. t ll
WILMIXGTOX . N. (J.
J. ? ?. 't.% IK: . .>
DuelnA irnd MitnufHflurvr* nf Stcnm l';ij?i;.vS, ?
Poa-Nui Mnchines, Sugiir ?ni| mtier M ll-, JLiji.
tieaf?. Cotton Sorews ?nd Pressas,. Turpcirj
Htilln, ?nd HII kinds of CurliiK< . unii MUM!
nade ??r i-epniroil. A)/"? '.?eklnji anil i-w -
Wood Moulding. Hr"e>?A#t.Nv"ol! ,l'^lhj|tj
Rttlllng, Ac, of thu lute.t pitlinriiH. . .'iff
h il A HT ,V llAtliF.V'
Sept M 4