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The Sumter Watdunau.
WEDNESDAY* FEBR'Y t.
W. Y. PAXTON - ? BUSINESS MANAS ER
,?&f AU Transient Advertisements, and all
Job Work mast be paid for in oasb. This will
be observed without distinction. Subscriptions
are also payable in advance.
pf Applications for Job Work will be made,
st the office, to Taos. E. FLOWERS.
The WxTCBMur books are in the keeping of W.
T. PAITO?, who will receipt for monies doe end
attend to all matters connected with the Adver?
tising or Subscription departments.
Oar Advertising friends are requested to
send in their favors not later then Monday.
SUMTER MAIL A R R ANG B Af BM TS.
CH J. .TOS Or SCHEDULE.
Northern, 3:15 P. M. * l?:45 P. M.
Southern, 11:30 P. M. 4:20 P. M.
Manning, on Mon?
day and Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 6:00 P. M.
Bith'ville on ?Mon?
day and Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M.
Office Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 7 P. M.
Mails close on Sundays at ll o'clock, A. M.
Office open from 4:30 to 5:30 P. M.
T. B. JOHNSON, P. M.
January 25th, 1871. tf
Oar busioess manager ie making an
effort to collect the amounts due ' the
Watchman. We urgently ask parties
to respond promptly. If personal ap?
plication be unpleasant, please call at
the office and settle. We intend, ire- j
apectfuily, to ask for what is due us,
and continue to ask for it until it is
Our friend 0. T. MASON, whose ex?
perience in optical matters is valuable,
advertises eve glasses for all ages and
conditions of defective sight.
Mr. JUNI?S SPANN, sent us some Ruta?
bagas yesterday that would fill up the
muzzle of a si ity-four pound Columbiad.
He keeps them for sale at bia Con-1
fectionery and Fancy Grocery.
We are informed that Mr. CHAS. H.
MOISE, agent of the Liverpool and Lon?
don and Globe Insurance Co., received
instructions to settle the less sustained
by Mrs. Redding, ($1,000 on dwelling)
within ten days from the receipt of the
Gov. SCOTT has recently made ap
pointments, in several parts of the State,
which the local press say will give
satisfaction to the people, and carry
confidence sn a just and impartial
administration of the law.
THE SUMTER ROOK STORE.
Valentine? in beautiful variety are
displayed in captivating style in the
show case of the Sumter Book Store.
All who bay writing paper at this
establishment instinctively ask them
selres how it is that it can be sold so
School Books, miscellaneous Books,
&c, at very low prices.
MANIPULATED AND PHCBNKX GUA
Messrs. PATE & STUBS, of Sumter,
are the agents of Messrs. WILCOX,
GIBBS & Co., for the sale of their j
Guanos, Salt and Plaster Compound,
maoufactuered at Savanah and Charles?
ton, and Phoenix Guanos, imported from
the Phoenix Islands, as will be seen by
reference to the advertisement in our
THE WANDO FERTILISER.
We beg to direct the attention of j
the planting community to the proroi- j
nent advertisement of this popular Fer?
tilizer, in this issue. The price bas
been reduced to $50 per ton, cash, or
$55 on time until the 1st November,
next, without interest. Mr. ELISHA
CARSON is the Agent at Sumter, to be
found at the house of GREEN & WALSH,
and will be pleased to receive orders
for the coming season.
THE DICKSON FERTILIZER.
The advertisement on another col?
umn informs our planting friends that
Messrs. A. WHITE & Co., have become
the agents for this valuable manure. It
is manufactured according to the expe?
rience of Mr. DAVID DICKSON, of Geor?
gia, whose reputation as a successful
planter has become co-extensive with
the limits of the cotton growing regions
of the South. His personal reputation
is therefore involved in its reliability, j
In the State of Georgia it has been
extensively used for the past two years, ]
as far as we know with entire satisfac?
RAIL ROAD FAVORS.
We have been complimented with al
free ticket over the Spartanbutg and
Union Rail Road, for ?beyear 1871, for
which we beg to make our acknowledg.
menta tu Messrs. THOB. B. JETER,
President, and F. H. COUNTS, Secretary
and Treasurer. The very kind and
courteoaa manner in which this favor
has been extended is especially grateful,
and meen a wara reciprocity. Courtesy,
liberality and good management are
leading characteristics of this Road.
To Mr. ALFRED 0. TTLEB, Vice
President, we are also auch indebted
for a complimentary over the South
Carolina Bail Bead for the year 187L
We feel asa a red the mass of ont I
den will be deeply interestedly
statement of fae ts. and circumstance!
connexion with the life and deatl
the great patriot soldier and christ
published on oar first page to day,
taken from the recent lecture of G
PENDLETON, at Augusta, ?ta report?e
the Chronicle & Sentinel.
Geo. PENDLETON was the chic;
Artillery under Gen. LEI, and, iii
the war, his pastor and intimate frit
-ministering to him in holy thii
while yet he lived, and standing, ose
tba weeping circle, around bis dyi
Much that be tells of this great i
good man is new to the outside wot
and is invested with a deeper inter
because of the high and intimati
familiar source from wbenoa it oom
giving it tba foll power and effect
simple truth. And by no .portion of
will the reader be more edified and e
tertained than the simple story of t
daily habits of the great and good m
in every day' private life. His morai
and evening levotions, hi? family pta
ers, bis pure and generous bospitalii
the happy scene of bis family eire
and bis simple but regular habits-:
example worthy tba emulation of i
the great mass of people of whom baw
tba centre and soul of admiration.
We were pltased to receive a call, is
week, from Mr. PEQUES, of that sterlit
old sheet, the Camden Journal.
THE YORE VILLE ENQUIRER, of tl
26th ult., wits one of the most bandson
and entertaining issues of that first cia
family newspaper. The Enquirer is f
ornament to the journalism of the Stat
In size, too, it is the largest in tl
State, and is published at $3 per snout
The office of the Chester Reporter
offered for sale by Mr. JOHN A. BRAI
LET, JR. The materials are eomplel
and in good condition.
THE CLARENDON PRESS,
The last number of this paper coi
tains thc withdrawal of Mr. M. J.DAVU
as one of its proprietors. We wish ot
yoong friend success in whatever h
bands may find to do, whilst wa regn
to lose him from the journalistic corp
The remaining proprietor, Mr. M. I
LUCAS, we trust, willi find ample . et
couragement and pleisare in bis COE
duct of the Press.
THE XIX C1SNTUARY.
The number for February, under tb
auspices of Messrs. LIVINGSTON ?
ERCKMAN, has been received. Thea
new editors and managers have inprove
the Magazine and rid it of all ob?
jectionable features, and we take plea?
sure io restoring it to our exchange list
and calling upon oar people to give i
PETER'S MUSICAL KOSTHLT.
The number for February is at hand
with its usual beautiful variety. It i
a mystery to us how the publisher cai
furnish so much valuable music for sud
a small sum-each number contaioio]
from twelve to fifteen pieces ol musk
the cost of which, in this form, is bu
Send thirty cents to the publisher, J
L. PETERS, 599 Broadway, New York
and he wili send you a sample copy.
The issue of tb is paper, of Thur?daj
last, contains the valedictory of Mr
ALFRED L. PRICE, as one of its edi
tors and proprietors, leaving to Majo;
JOSEPH A. ENGELHARD tba sols
control, editorial and proprietary? Mr
PRICE wea one of the founders of thc
Journal, his connection with it dating
as far back as 1844. Wa notice bit
withdrawal with regret, and yet trusl
that other fields mora inviting and
promising have opened op to ba occu?
pied by bim. To Msjor ENGELHARD,
and the Journal under his management,
we tender our cordial feelings. Th?
Journal is.at once 'one of tba ablest,
soundest, and moat interesting of out
No agricultural magasine, from any
part of the country, prints, monthly so
much matter of direct borne interest to
tba Southern planter and farmer as tb?
Rural Carolinian. Its contributors are
mostly Southern planters of large practi?
cal experience, saab as Aiken, Pendle?
ton, Graves, Jones, Wilkes, Berckmans,
and other equally familiar names, and
its eon tributo? from abroad ara vary
distinguished mau in tbair special lina,
as Drear, of Philadelphia, Dodge, of
Washington,"aisd Commissioner Rivet
Carnac, of British India. Tba present
number is no exception to tba raia.
Pendleton's exposare of Villa's thaory
of farming without manure, Aiken's
fleeood paper on Southern stock farm?
ing, and several fi rat* rata ?apara from
various planters on experiaentii with
commercial fertilisers, Will ba road with
interest by all engaged in rural pursuits.
Col. Susan B. Anthony and tba other
gushing woman suffrage shriekers seta
completely to have won Ge?, (beast)
Bat?as ease. Butler bm kag boas Ita.
pasted of being ? ?ttia spoof?,
* .-v-i ? ?
We were pleased, sofie days - since,
to receive a call from Mr. FRANK E.
TAYLOR, the very gentlemanly and
competent representative of 6X0. W.
WILLIAMS & Co., of Charleston, and
WILLIAMS, BIRK IX & Q0tj 0f ?few
York. 4 .
We were abo gratified by a visit,
tome days ago, from Mr. B. F. MOISE,
of the house of Down & MOISE,
Charleston, who are proprietors of the
popular Sumter Bitters. Meanwhile,
we beg to direct attention to the adver*
tisement of the tame in this issue.
ttW Grant, says the Louisville Cou*
rier, must feel it to be quite a pity that j
Bishop Simpson did not jgp with the
San Domingo Commissioners. If San
Domingo were the property of the Meth?
odist Church South he would have gone.
He has never yet lost a chance to "go
for" that sort of property.
THE WHOLE CASE.
Commenting upon Senator Morton's j
Eu Klux bill, the Missouri Rep?blica*
suma up the whole case thus i
"The Radical party having appetled
to the polls and been overthrown, now
appeal to_ the bayonet, and pin their ]
hopes upon that piece of glittering steel j
which is the chosen instrument of ty?
rants the world over. The President
and his friends have thrown 'off the
mask, and display the real 'spirit and
purpose which have actuated them from
the beginning. We hear no mere about
'let us have peace/ a restored Union,
universal amnesty, or any of that soft
nonsense which th es- 6?ntlemen dis?
tributed so lavishly a short time since.
There is to be no peace, no Union, no
amnesty, no justice, honor or honesty
in our dealings with the South, until
the people of the country rise in their j
might and strangle a party which has
been nothing but an unmitigated curse
from the beginning of its existence."
If the Radical party ii tobe strangled,
Frank Blair and men like him are the
only partiea capable of thai feat.
?&- Hon. Alex. H. Stephens of Qa. taja,
'No featly should erer bc without Darby's
Prophylactic FlaitL"_ '
?aV* $1,000 Reward will be paid by the pro?
prietor af Dr. Pierce's Alt. lat. er Ooldea Medi?
cal Discovery for a metUeise that will equal it in
curing all the diseases for whieh it ii
mended. Ia tbs care of severe and lingering
Coughs, Bronchitis and diseases of tba langs it j
is without an equal. Sold by all druggists.
There is a prodigal heir, and experience is bis
banker, bat his drafts are seldom honored, since j
there is often a beary balance against bias, be?
cause be draws too largely on a small capital, is
not yet in possession, and if he were, wonld die:
bat sucb is not the trae experience ef those who
pat their trust in the medicinal virtues of the
"Old Carolina BitttraJ
Relieve yeer children from misery, by using !
Winmaaa's Worm Candy.
"CLiaxsDta TEX BLOOD," upon which ebor- j
lateas have Iserped so touch, is not amere catch?
word ead delasion. The microscope shows that
some diseases exist like parasitic growths ?pon
the globules of the blood, ead it ia farther j
known that some sabtle substances destroy or
expel them. These substances here been com?
bined to make Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which does
effectually expel the disorders that breed and
rankle ia the blood to ret est aa it were th? as
cbiaery ef life. Mercer (Pa ) Whig.
A So a therm Trinan pa.
Ne medicine ever offered to the people has
won for itself such a reputation ia so short a j
time, as DR. TUTT*8 EXPECTORANT.
Wherever it has been introduced, it bat superse?
ded all other Cough remedies. It not only
cores the Cough, bat ea thoroughly purifies the
Laage, that ne fears of ita retara aeed be appre?
Tho Future Prosperity of the South.
There eaa be ae doubt that it would eon tribut6
greatly to the future prosperity of this acetic
of the Union if many amongst ea would tarn
their energies ead capital ia new channels of j
enterprise ead baal nos?. The old roads are
dear, bet they are worn ead crowded. Blase
a new path through the woods fer yourself,
young mee, end you will arrive at the goal of
success ahead of your competitors. A striking
example of the raine of this precept is found in
tb? ease of Mr. P. P. Toale, of Charleston, 8.
C., a plain trochante, who has made himself )
th? bead of a large manufactory of doors, sashes
?ad blinda,_ .
Established facts are silent arguments which
neither pen nor.tongue can shake, and it it upon
established facts that the reputation of Hostel?
ler's Stomach Bitters, as a health-preserving
elixir, ead a wt olesemo ?ad poworful remedy, is
based. Whoa witnesses COOM forward ia crowds,
year after year, ead rei terato the rame statements
in relation to tba Senef.eial effects of a medicino
upon themselves, disbelief ic it? efficacy ia literal,
ly imposable. The ?rodentiais ef this unequal?
led tonie ead alterative, extending erer a period
of nearly twenty years, ieeksde individaals of
every class, ead residents of every clim?, ead
refer to the most prevalent among the complain ls
whieh afflict ead aerase the haman family.
Either a multitude of people, (treegert to each
ether, hare annually been seised with aa insane
and motiveless desire to deceive the public, or
Hosteller's Bittere, fer BO kee thea a fifth ?fa
century, hare beau affording such relief to suff?
erers from indigestion, fever and ague, b?liees
oess, g?n?ral debility, ead nervous disorders, as
no other preparation bat erer imparted. To?
day, wh&o the eyes ef thu reeder are upon theta
lines, teat of thousands ef portent ef both sexes
are relying af*? the Bitters at a aura . doereeo
?tenant tin tthtusi eilst thu franni mina sa
genders, and their confidence is not misplaced.
The letal potions whieh iakrettt? ?Vsaiert eeete
tinet endeavor to foist af** te* sick le its
stead, are oitryuhoto sauting the fate that is
da* to fraud and impostare, while the demand
fer the great vegetable specific k eonstaatiy la
private Baewwater iwr HRM jsaraviai ?sr
thee* about te be married, both janie and fis
male, in everything concerning tb* physisfegy
ead relations of ear sexual system, and the pro
dnetioa and prevention ef offspring, Inclediag
all tao new dlseoveriee never beftwe giren in the
Beglich language, by Wat YOUNO, M. D
Tbk k really a TaJuabk and iatefsatJag werft.
It is written in plain language fer the general
read?, and k hlratratei with atutereut *a
e'r^Uru mM Btv ihew?i read thU
book. It dicelesat asaastt tart every cae should
betsMaafa^ widtrttiBttk a book that mest
Tb? Pain Eiller ls Bj universal consent al
lowed to have won for istelf a reputation en
surpassed ia the history of medicalp reparations
Its instantaneous effect in the eradication tad
extinction of Pala ia all its various;' forms in
eideat te the human family, ead the unsolicited
written ?ad verbal testimony of the niasses ia its
favor, hare been, ead are its own best advertise?
The ingredients of the PUB KJLXEB, being
! purely Vegetable, render it a perfectly safe and
1 efficacious remedy taken internally, as -well as
for external applications, when used according
to directions. The stain upon linea from its use
. is readily removed by washing with aleohol.
This Medicine, justly celebrated for the eure
of se many of the ailie .ions incident of the human
family, has now bee? before the pablio over
thirty years, sad has fosad its way into almost
erery corner of the world; ead wherever it hes
been used, the same opinion is expressed of its
Ia any attack, where prompt action upon the
system is required, the Pain Siller isfavaluable.
Its almost instantaneous effect ia Believing Pain
is truly wonderful; and when used according to
directionr, is trae to its name, a PAIN KIL?
X HIS invaluable Family Medicine, for purify*
lag, cleansing, removing bad odors in all kinds
of sickness ; for burns, sores, wounds, stings j
for Erysipelas,rheumatism, and all skia diseases,
for catarrh, sore mouth, sore throat, diptheria ;
for colic, diarrhoea, cholers ; as a wash to soften
aad beautify the skia; to remove ink spots,
mildew, fruit stains ; taken internally as well as
applied externally ; so highly recommended by
all who bare ased it-is for sale by all Druggists
sad Country Merchants, and may be ordered
DARBT PROPHYLACTIC CO.,
181 William Street, N.T.
Feb 1_ ly
The mott delightful Tonic known.
Cured by Sumter Bitters.
Restored by Sumter Bitters.
Cured by Sumter Bitters, j
CHILLS ABD FEVER, \
Prevented by Sumter Bitters, j
Restored by Sumter Bitters
Health aad Strength
Restored by Samter Bitters.
Cared by Sumter Bitters.
Recommended by the highest
m?dical authority in the State.
This popular Tooie'aad delightful Beverage )
is for sale by all Druggists
?DOWIE, MOISE i DAVIS, Proprietors, '
Aad Wholesale Druggists,
Charleston, 8. C.
DB. A. J. CHINA,
Feb 1_Agent Sumter S. C.
If JOB weat to buy Harness, Saddles,
Iraak*, Valiese, Bags, Satchels, Collars, Hames,
Chains, Riding-bridles, Martingales, Whips,
rpara, Curry-comb*, Horse-brushes, Feather
brashes, Axle-grease, Oil, Leather, Saddlery
Hardware, aad all Goods kept ia a first class
Saddlery Establishment, call it J. S. TOPHAM A
Co.'s., No. 8 South Front St. Wilmington, BJ C.
To Conan mp tl vee.
The adrertiser, having been permanent]- eared
of that dread diesen, Consumption, by a simple
remedy, le anxious to make known to bis lellos
sufferers the means of eure. TD all who desire
it, he will send a copy of the prescription used
(free of charge), with the direct1 ont for preparing
and using the same, which they will find a sure
eure for Con-umption, Asthma, Bronchitis, An.
Parties wishing the prescription will plea??
Ber. EDWARD A. WILSON.
165 South Second Street, Williamsburg, N. Y.
Error? of Yoe th.
A GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all the
effects of youthful indiseritioo, will for the sake
of suffering bamaaity, sead free to all who need
it the reeeipe aad direction for making the sim?
ple remedy hy which he was eared. Suffers
wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience
eas do so by addressing, ia perfect confidence.
JOHN B. OGDEN,
No. 42 Ceder Street, New York.
Oar planting friends who desire os to
parches GUANO, CORN, or BACON
for them, are requested to hand in their
orders by first ol Febnarj.
Those not wishing to dispose of their
COTTON DOW ar? informed' that we eao
hold it as long as desired, making a
CASH ADVANCE of two thirds on
threame whoa delivered.
The low pri?e of Bacon at the present
time should he takes advantage of.- j
The Balk ?seats .aaa be smoked with a
loss of onlj 5 par sent
Shoulden at ll twa ts, and sidee at
12* cent*, are the present prises. Now
is the time to save jo? money.
CREK* & WALSH,
MERCHANTS AN? BANKERS,
flit ff, 8. C , Jaaitarj 4,1871. .
BY LATE ARRIVALS OUR STOCK
OF DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &c,
is complete in all departments. Oar
Goods are marked at PRICES that will
PAY AN INSPECTION OF THEM
BY ALL PURCHASERS.
OUR STOCK OF STAPLE AND
is kept full at all times, consisting
of all kinds, (Except Liquors.)
GREEN & WALSH.
Batter, Mountain and Goshen,
Cheese, Pearl Hominey, Bolted Meal,
GREEN & WALSH.
Satin Cioth, a new article for Ladies Dresses.
ASSORTMENT OP DRESS GOODS in Town.
At GREEN A WALSH'S
Ail Wool Merinos, DcLaines and Empress Cloths.
OP ALL KINDS. THE LATEST STYLES.
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Alpaccas-all kinds, colors and qualities.
NEW STYLE HOOP SKIRT
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Silks, Poplins, Scotch Plaids and Fancy Delaines.
At GREEN & WALSH'S.
Cloaks and Shawls of all qualities.
AND HATS, of all kinds,
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Largest Assortment of Harness in Sumter. Come
and see it.
AND WHIPS, of best quality,
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Saddles and Bridles to suit ercry one.
AND HARDWARE, at retail and wholesale,
At GREEN A WALLH'S.
Another Lot nf those New S jle Hats.
BY PURCHASING THE NON EXPLOSIVE
KEROSINE LAMPS, tc be bad only
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
China and Glass Ware.
Crockery of all kinda.
OP CORN, BACON. LARD, nAMS AND
BUTTER, COFFEE, TEA and SUGAR,
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Calf Skin, Sole and Lacios; Leather.
FLOUR. SALT, MOLASSES and MESS
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Philadelphia Boots and Shoes.
OP WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, HuSIERY
and DRESS GOODS, Jost received at as?
tonishingly low prices,
By OREEN A WALSH.
Mile's Boots and Shoes. King's Ladies Shoes.
Kew York Exchange,
BOUGET AND SOLD BY
GREEN A WALSH.
Bargains in Remnants,
At GREEN A WALSH'
Planter's owing us for Supplies are
requested to meet their obliga?
tions promptly, as this
is the time of the gear yoe need our
money. If you do not usish to
se? Cotton, ve vriU ship and hold it
GREEN & WALSH.
We are prepared to pay the HIGHES!
CASH. PRICE FOB COTTON, OR SHIP
AND HOLD WHIN DESIRED, macing
CASH ADVANCES ON 8AME.
Oreen & Walsh
DEALERS IN 8ENERAL MCRCHAND1SE
GOOD FAMILY FLOUR,
15 lbs. for $1,00.
GOOD COFFEE, 20 cts. per lb.
PRIME COFFEE, 25 cts. per lb.
GOOD BROWN SUGAR,
12 1-2 cents per lb.
GOSHEN BUTTER, 40c. per lb.
LARD, 20 cents per pound
6 pounds for $1.00.
HYSC N TEA, $1.00 per lb.
A FINE STOCK OF
At Greatly Reduced Prices,
Sumter, S. C.
Ladies ! !
F. A. FOLSOM
OFFERS YOU BARGAINS IN
Fancy Goods, and almost anything ia
your line. Keeps Corsets, Glares,
Udkfs., Hosiery, Laces, Em?
Hair Nets, Hair Pins
a good arti?
cle at 5c.
Emb'dy Silks and Cotton, Rnfflings,
Chignons, Ribbons, White Goods,
Calicoes, Needles, Everything !
AT REDUCED PRICES.
I My Confectionery,
The first established in Sumter,
Is always supplied with
CHOICE CANDIES, FRUITS, j?
Nats. Cakes, Crackers, Ac, ?
and To?s, in variety. X
t andy Reduced to 30 ct?, per
lb, from ibis-day.
Jan 4 F. A. FOLSOM.
Coifs Military and Commercial
Boya prepared for College or Baetsteoa.
First Session, from Oct. 1st to Feb. 15th.
Second Session, from Feb. 16th to June 30th.
TERMS :-$100,00 par session, for Board and
Tuition, in advtuee. Special Instruction
??ven in Penmanship and Rook-keeping,
Business Forms and Accounts.
For further information, address
Carr. W. H. COIT,
Jan 18_Mayes ville, 8. C.
Sumter Book Store.
LETTER PAPER. 10 cents, per quire.
Fools Cap paper. 15 'eats, per quire.
Blank Books and Diaries for 1871.
Writing Desks and Work Boxes.
Hair Brashes and To?;th Brushes.
Combs and Faney Anieles.
A large lot ?f Miscellaneous Books,
And Cheap Novels, atredueed rates.
Jan 18_A. WHITE A CO.
Architect,. County Surveyor,
WILL ATTEND TO ANT BUSINESS En?
trusted te him with accuracy and dispatch.
Refsrt to FOBS OR FRIBND8.
Address, Manchester, 8. C.
petit y _
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE FIRM
OF A. ANDERSON A CO., mast ec me
forward ead settle up. I aa co at pel ?td le dose
ep the b?stete?.
A. J. CHINA,
Jae. I-lt Surr iring Partner,
Iron and Hoes
OP GOOD QUALITY,
NECESSARY FOR MAKING A GOOD
CBOP, AND PLANTERS
TO SUMTER, ARE INVITED TO CALL
EXAMINE MT STOCK WHICH
BB SOLD LOW FOR CASH. THEY ARE
IN TIME FOB PREPARING THE LAND,
AND WILL BE OFFERED
A. A. SOLOMONS, WHO HAS ORDERED A
GOOD SUPPLY ALSO OF TRACES,
PLOW BRIDLES, HAMES, AXES, Ac.
HE WILL HATE A PBETTY ASSORTMENT
OF PRINTS, ON ARRIVAL OF
Jan IS tf
RE M OJ A17.
fJIHE UNDERSIGNED HAS RE?
and Toy Store
TO THE BUILDIN LATELY OCCUPIED
BY Maj. J. W. DARGAN, where will he con
I stantly fou Dd a tandie me assortment o?
Fancy Groeerie?, Family Supplies,
Canned Goods, Ae., Ac.,
Toys, New Year Presents, etc.
FINE SEGARS-CALL AND TRY THEM.
LAMPS AND FIXINGS.
F Thankful For past patronage, would solicit a
call from ALL at my new stand.
J. TS. SPANN, Agent,
AT D ARO A N'S LATE STAND.
Haring disposed of my Stock of Goods and
stand to J S. HUGHS ON, I cordially recom.
mend him to my customers who hare so liberally
patronized me Tor three years past.
MR. J. N. SPANN, his agent, I know will
continua .-spense Good Things from the old
Sumter *? ctionery to the satisfaction of all.
J. W. DARGAN.
Snmtcr, S. C., Jan 4, 1871._
THE ONLY STRICTLY
Grocery and Liquor House
THE UNDERSIGNED. Kegs leare to
cali tho attention of bis friends and the
public generally to bis
NEW AND WELL SELECTED
Heavy andFancy Groceries
Which he offers low for CASH ONLY.
t^. All articles warranted as reeommende
EB*" Pare Mod:einal Liquors kept constan
J. H. BEER RA RT.
Pictures ! Pictures ! ! Pictures ! !
". AMBROTT PES,
These Picture? ara now taken at the Sumter
Gallery, in all lim and styles-up to Hf? site.
Raeent improvements have been bronght into
r?quisition, and the undesigned feels confident
that beean produce as -erfect and well finished
Pie tu rae as eas be obtained in the State.
Copying from Old Likenesses, and the original
lineaments of tba pie/are folly reproduced
J. D. WILDER.
Central Sail Hoad Co*
CHARLESTON, 8. C., January Tl, 1871.
THE SEVENTH INSTALMENT OF FIVE
DOLLARS PER SHARE, will be payable
aa 14th February, pru imo.
Ia h?rtesten-at tba Otha af twa Cenrpaay,
Na. IO Bread ?tree?, P J'
Ia 8??ter-To Major JOSEPH JOHNSON.
In Clarendon-To Dr. 6. ALLEN HUGGINS.
WM. H. PERONS KAU, Treasurer,
Jen ll a
SAVE NOR mm !
The undersigned begs leave
to return his thanks for the
liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed upon him, and hopes
to merit a continuance of the
same. Will keep constantly on
which he will sell at a VERY
SMALL PROFIT FOR CASH.
He is compelled to make his
and hopes one and all will
SAVE THEIR FEELINGS
AND NOT ASK FOR CREDIT.
DM. A. J. CHINA,
A. ANDERSON & CO.,
SUMTER, S. C.
Jan 4, 1871._tf__
J. E. SU ARES,
THE SUBSCRIBER INFORMS HIS
? Friends nod Customers that he has receive?.'
and will continue to receive
NE WAND CHEAP FURNITURE,
TO SUIT THE TIMES.
His Stock consists of almost every article in that
line, TI'S :
SOFAS. SIDE-BOARDS, BOOK-CASES,
Wardrobe?. Extention Tables,
Sitting and Rocking Chairs, oferery kit d
Cribs, Cradles, Trundles Cottage Bedsteads
Some more of those CHEAP COTTAGE SETS.
Meat Safes, Window Shades and Wall
Papering-all low for CASH.
J. E. Snares.
Afain Street, opposite Express O msc,
Entrance from Sta:r Case on Main Street to
MISS E. D. BRITTON
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITE
her friends, and particularly the
? ladies of Sumter and commu?
nity to call and examine
Her Rich and Beautiful Stock
and Fancy Goods.
Having .--elected her goods person* Mr. aid
with great care, in tlie New Tor* and Ba
market?, she fVc'.s confident of pleasing a!!. ? <.;!?
as regards quality, style and pri?e. A? .?wai,
then? H re many noveltiej f< r the season.
MISS BRITTON* is supplied with ?FIPST
CLASS MILLINER ead a DRESS MAKF-K,
from Baltimore, nh" are well qimhfi d '???r the
bu?inc??. The fashions procered itt New Y-?rk.
Ladie... call ana have your L>resie.? and Ha s
made in the latest Styler.
P.ipcr pattern? of Drespe?. Sneques an; oh:r
articles of dre?? may b* had.
At the New Store next to J. T. SOLOM NS
TO THE LADIES.
Fail and Winier Opening
MRS. M. J. ZERXOTV
Has recently returned fr m Now
York, where ehe selected an clo
gani and varied assortnui.t ot
Goods in the
embracing all the latest NOVELTIES OF 1 IIB
Her Stock has bren selected with j,rra? c.-ire,
and will he found uncqoT?ed in'.h^i.-? i-i-; <*M -
ty, and will bc . Cered at prices th : C*:T. : ta i
to give ratirfnetion.
Order? from the country w.'l receive
MANUFACTURED AT CHARLESTON, .?.
Wa C. BEE & CO.,
GENERA L AG L'X TS.
Das Been Rf doc ed io Prier.
THE SUBSCRIBER is prepared to ?up, ly all
orders from Planters on demand.
"Feed your land and it will Feed Von."
Circulars and Terms on application.
JOSEPH JOHNSON, Agant,
At L. P. LORING'S Store. Main Stree:,