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The Sumter Watchman.
WEDNESDAY, FEBR'Y 15.
VVTY. PAXTON ? - BUSINESS MANA6ER
All Transient Advertisements, and all
Jul' Work mast be paid for in cash. This will
be observed without distinction. Subscriptions
aro also payable in advance.
Applications for Job Work will be made,
at the office, to Taos. E. FLOWERS.
Tbe WATCHMAN books are in the keeping of W.
f. P tx-rox, who will receipt for monies doe and
alten ' to all matters connected with the Adver?
tising ?r Subscription departments.
IpSt* Our Advertising friends aro requested to
send in their favors not later than Monday.
S V M TE H il?l^AJt^ H AA O Eil EM TS
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Northern, 3:15 P. M. 12:45 P. M.
Southern, H:30 P. M. 4:20 P. M.
Manning on Mon?
day and Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M.
BUh'vilie on Mon
day and Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M.
Office Hour?, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 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
?g. Officers of the law have gone to arrest
congressman C. C. BOWES, who is charged with
the mur';r of Col. WHITE, near Georgetown,
during the late war.
Mr. ELISHA CARSON, Agent of the Wando
Company, at Sumter, is prepared to take orders
fur tbe Acid Phosphate at $30 cash or $35 on
time, as appears from his notice on another ]
?Sf Mr. W. J. ANDERSON bas removed his
tho; s to Calhoun street, second door in rear of j
Presbyterian Church, where be will be pleased to [
receive orders for all work in his department.
Andrew ITCcCobb, Jr.
in Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris and building
material, Mr. McCobbis ready to fill any and all
orders. Reference should bc made to bis airer- j
tbementin oar columns.
Ip?r Cid. GEO. W. LEE, agent at Sumter fm
Mape'? Nitrogcnized Super-Phosphate of Lime,
has.-bown us a letter from the General Agett?,
Messrs. KINSMAN A HOWELL, of Charleston,
which puts tho price of this ferti izcr down ti
$5U per ton, cash.
Henry Bi ?clioff ev Co.
/'.ir txtellemet the grocery bouse ol Charleston
BISCHOFF is a liberal m n, and ho applies prin.
ter's ink freely, which is a go;, t indication, not ;
only of bis liberality, but of his business tact
and nerve and success.
South Carolina Central.
Subscribers to the capital stock of this Road !
are referred to tho notice published elsewhere.- j
It is boped they will come up promptly to their
obligations, and allow this important enterprise
ty go forward.
Fine Clea ra.
Mr. JCNICS SPANS, Agent, ut DADGAN'S old
rta nd, bas sent us further samples ot' those Gne j
cigars, lie keeps thc brund a secret, but allons !
ns, as well as anybody else, to "puff the cigars" ,
to any extent. Well, f/.ty art fine.
French sad .Husic.
We take pleasure in calling attention to the
advertisement in our columns which announces
that Miss L. M. WALKCK proposes to give les?
sons in French aud Music Miss WALKER is the
accomplished daughter of Kev. II. A. C. WAL?
KER, an J bas bad both experience and success ic
tbe departments she propose* to teach.
J. E. A t?-er dc Co.
This old und responsible house continue their
card in our columns. Their stock of Hardware.
Cutlery, Gaus, Bar Iron, Steel and Ag ieultural
Implements is always commensurate with ti.e
w uits of the country.
Thc Goose Which Luye thc Golden Ess. [
The Edgeficld Adcert?er says:
"We mean the Dick-m l?s?ip<iitud. Who will '
?leny tbat ibis rem.wi ed Fertilizer \* a gi-ose
which lays gulden eggs? Didn't it lay golden
eggs last season, right arou.id here, tor Mr.
CHARLES CUBATHAU-.uni others too numerous
to mention ? Do not, tbeicfore, kill the goose tty
forgetting thc money-brmgiug Compound.'*
Tbe Anderson Militia Company, composed en?
tirely of Republicans, held a meeting on the 6th
inst., at which they resolved to deliver up their
arms,asserting that they were not drawn in
hostility to any portion of the people, and that
o iw asthen they cherish good will to all. Such a
course will ensure peace.
Paclflc Guano Company.
Mr. J. N. ROBSON, the reliable agent of this
Company at Charleston, sent forth a supplemen?
tary sheet through the medium vf our circulation,
last week That paper contained much valuable
'^formation on matters of fertilization, ard
speaks for itself.
It will be observed that the Soluble Pacific
<; J ano is now offered by Mr. ROBSON nt $55 cash,
or $60 payable 1st N vember, with ir'.crest at 7
per cent, and approve security. The Compound
Acid Phosphate at $35 cash, or $10 on time until
- ? . ?*
Intelligence of the death of Mrs. Titos. D.
FHIEBSON came, with unusual sadness, to our com
tnut.ity, a few days since. But a short time
?i.ice. Capt. T. D. FRIKRSON, snd bis family, with
fair prospects and bright hopes uu doubt, left our
community for their new borne at Atlanta.
And so soon bas the light of hts household been
darkeued, and this heavy stroke come upon him !
The warmest sympathies of our community are
enlisted by this sad intelligence, and the prayer
has gone up from christian hearts that tho com?
forting influences of Divine grace may be expe?
rienced by this afflicted family.
Colpa .unitary and Commercial School.
The Second Session of lois excellent f>cbool
commences tu morrow,(Thursday, 16th), we ate
pleased to know ander favo.able auspices.
Capt. W. H. Corr, the accomplished principal,
keeps a Specimen Book of tho Penmanship o f
bis cadets. Especially as bis scuool proposes to
prepsre young men lor business, are tbese speci?
mens worthy of notiee and examination. Some
of them are remarkable for the improvement at.
tained. Among tbese are M. P. Mires and P.
P. COOPER, who are bat thirteen years of age
The specimens by D- B. GRECO, H. F. WILSON.
J. II. WHITLOCK, W. P. THOMPSON and F. M.
MIK ELL and TRAVIS WALSH we were also much
pleased with. Some of tbese latter, (by older
boys, we presage) are beautiful.
$1,000 Premium. Guano ia hand for
Cotton In Expectancy.
By the advertisement of Messrs Wilcox, Gibbs
? Co., which appears to-day, it will be seen that
this wealthy and enterprising firm, offer lo take
Cotton, delivered ia October next, at J5 cts. per
lb. io exchange for their Guanos, which they
??ll deliver at once. They also offer the magni?
ficent premium of 91,000 for Che greatest in?
crease yield from tba ate of their G canos.
This firm has for jean imported ike Pb cen ix
Guano direst from tte S*uh P?salo Ocean,
?nd they prepara ia their large factories at
Charleston and Sanaa ak, from ?he PLtsnix
Guano aad No. I Penman Guano the nov eels
bra ted fertilisers knt* ac "WUeex, Gibbs ?
Co's Manipulated Guano," cod tleir "Gaano,
Salt and pleater Compound." All the fertilisers
which they tell bare been extensivuly and sae
cessfully used for years, aad as aa inevitable
eons* quenoe grow io favor with oar pleater*
er. S. H. BAT, of Camdon, occupied the
Presbyterian pulpit of this place on Sabbath
last Rer. Do s A LD McQuSea, Wi* are
informecd, will fill the pulpit of the Presbyterian
Church at Camden on Sabbath next.
Rer. J. E. M?NDEND.ALL preached at the Dap
tist church of this place, morning, aiterooon
and evening of Sabba'h last.
The afternoon at the Methodist Church of
Sumter, on the same day, embraced a funeral
service to Mr. Jess* JONES, who died recently,
performed by the Re?. DONALD MCQUEEN.
The prayer meeting of the Presbyterian
Church, OD Friday afterooon next, will be con?
ducted by Rev. H. A. C. WALKER, of the Metho?
dist Church. *
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy is no Patent Medi?
cine humbug gotten up to dupe the ignorant and
credulous, but is a perfect Specific for Narai
Catarrh, "Cold in the head,** and kindred diseas?
es. The proprietor. R. V* Pierce M D., of Buf?
falo, N. Y., offers $500 fora case be cannot curr
Sold by druggists or sent by mail for sixty cents.
A pamphlet free.
^Sft. ltev. R. H. Rivers, D. D., President of
Logan Female College, Itussellrille, Ky. widely
known throughout the South ssys in a letter
under date.Jao. 28th, I860, of Darby's Prophyl?
actic Fluid: When my leg was so terribly
fractured, (a compound comminuted fracture/)
I do believe your Fluid saved il from mortifica?
tion. I consider it .in invaluable remedy.
3>r. Tim'? Expectorant*
The properties of this elegant preparation are
demulcent, nutritive, balramic, bealing und sooth?
ing. It bruces the nervous system and produces
pleasant and refreshing sleep. I* exhilirate
and relieves gloominess and depression. It i
the most valuable Lung Balsam ever offered to
sufferers from Pulmonary diseases._
Life seems, on a deliberate retrospect, little
better than an accumulation of error. If spent
without action, it is mostly vain; if diversified
with events, it is commonly replete with folly.
But no one who bas once tried the efficacy of the
''Old Carolina Bitters" will eveYrepent of having
Try Wineman's Crystaliied Worm Candy
"CLEANSING THE BLOO ," upon which char?
latans have harped so much, i? not a mere catch?
word and delusion. The microscope shows thst
some diseases exist like parasitic growths upon
the globules of the blood, and it is further
known that some subtle substances destroy or
expel them. Those substances have been com?
bined to make Aver's Sarsaparilla, which does
effectually expel the disorders that breed aud
rankle in the blood to rot out as it were the ma?
chinery <>f life. Mercer (PH ) Whig.
j?&y II you want to buy Harness, Saddles,
Trunks, Valises, Bags, Satchels, Collars, names.
Chains, ''kling bridle?, Martingales, Whips,
Spurs. Curry-combs, Horse-brushes, Feather
brushes, Axle crease, Oil, Leather, Saddlery
Hardware, and nil Goods kept in a first class
Saddlery Establishment, call at J. S. TUTHAJI ?
Co.V.. No. 8 South Front St. Wilmington. N C.
The Future Prosperity of the Soutli.
There can bc no doubt that it would contribu?*
greatly to the future prosperity of this section
of the Union if many amongst us would turn
their energies und enpi ?1 in new channels of
enterprise and business. The old roads are
clear, bul they . rc worn and crowded. Blaze
a new path through the woods for yourself,
young man, and you will arrive at the goal ot
..uce?is ahead of your competitors. A striking
example of tho value of this precept is found in
the ease of Mr. P. P. Tonie, of Charleston, 5.
C., a plain mechanic, who has mado himself
the head of a large manufactory of doors, sashes
SPKCf Ali NOTICES.
'lac Pain Killer is hy universal consent al?
lowed to have won for issclf a reputation un?
surpassed tn the history of medicalpreparations.
Its instantaneous effect in the eradication and
extinction of Pain in all its various forms in?
cident to the human family, aud the unsolicited
written and verbal testimony of the masses in its
favor, have been, and are its owa best advertise?
Thu ingredients of the PAIN KiLL?r-, being
puicly Vegettbic, render it a perfectly safe and
etili-acious remedy taken internally, as well as
for external applications, when used according
to directions. The stain upon lir.cn from its ure
is readily removed by washing with alcohol.
This Medicine, justly celebrated for the cure
of sn many of the afflictions incl lent of the human
1 family, has now been before the public over
I thirty years, and has found its way iuto almost
1 every corner of the world; and wherever it has
j been used, thc sane opinion is expressed of its
In any attack, where prompt action npon the
system is required, the Pain Killer isjinvaluable.
I Its almost instantaneous effect in Relieving Pain
i is truly wonderful; and oben used according to
directions, is true to its nome, a PAIN KIL
Established facts are silent arguments which
? neither pen nor tongue can shake, and it is upon
I established facts that the reputation of Hostct
? ur's Stomach Bitters, as a heal tb-preserving
elixir, and a ?wi olcaome and powerful remedy, is
based. When witnesses come forward io crowds,
year after year, and reiterate tba ss me statements
in relation to the beneficial effects of a medicine
' upon themselves, disbelief in its efficacy is literal?
ly impassible. The credentials of this unequal
! led tonic and alterative, extending over a period
j of nearly twenty years, include Individuals of
?avery class, and residents of every clime, end
j refer to the most prevalent among the complaints
j which afflict and harass th? haman family.
! Eithar a multitude of people, strangers to each
j other, bart annually been seised with an insane
' and motiveless desire to deceive the publie, or
j Hosteler's Bitters, for no less than a fifth of a
century, have been affording such relief to sufi*
I erers from indigestion, fever and ague, billious
! ness, general debility, and nervous disorders, as
' no other preparation has ever inparted. To
day, whil ? the eyes of the reader are apes these
I lines, tens of thousand* ol' perseas of both sexes
?are relying upon the Bitters as e sure defence
j against the ailments which the present season en
I genders, snd their confidence ts not misplaced.
1 Tbe local potions which interested dealers some
! times endeavor to foist apo? the sick in its
] stead, are everywhere meeting tbe fate that ls
j doe to frsnd and impostare, while the demand
for ths great vegetable specific is constantly in?
To Co nauru ptl vee.
Th? advertiser, having been permanently eared
. eftbat dread disease, Consumption, by a simple
' remedy, is anxious ta make known ta air fallow
?offerers tb? means of cara. Te ail ?ha desire
it, he will send a copy of the prescription ?mad
(free of charge), with tbedireetions for prep iring
and uslog tba sam?, wbieb they will find a sara
eure for Consomption, Asthma, Brea ?fa isis, ?to.
; Parties wishing the prescription will please
Her. EDWARD A. WILSON,
j 165 South Second Street, Williamsburg, N. Y.
Paris Exhibition 1867.
PurHfc the blood and
strengthen the System?
eradicating the effect of
dissipation, maintain the
human frame In condition
of healthfulness, dispel the
Shies and ali mental dis?
tempers, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to depression.
They prevent and cure
ons and other Fevers, Feyer and
jig tie, Chills, Diarrhoea, Dysen?
tery, ^Dyspepsia, Sea - Sickness,
Colic, Cholera, Cholera Morbus,
and every complaint inci?
dental to diet or atmos?
phere. Ladies will "find
them a sovereign boon, as
they eradicate all traces
of Debility, Nervousness,
Inertness, and Diseases
peculiar to the sex.
^Thousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at the
office of <%
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
64 & 68 Water Street, N, Y.
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
ia at onoe agreeable,
healthy, and effectual
for preserving tb?
hair. Faded or gray
hair it noon restored
to itt original color,
leith the abu and
freshness of youth.
Thin hair is thick?
ened, falling bair checked, and bald
cess often, though not always, cured
by its use. Nothing can restore the
hair where the follicles are destroyed,
or the glands atrophied and decayed.
But such as remain can be saved for
usefulness by this application. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi?
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious substances which
make some preparations dangerous, sad
injurious to the hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but not hann ii. If wanted
merely for a
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and vet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHZMISTS,
IX) WELL, MASS.
DB. A- J. CHINA, Agent at Sumter, S. C.
The mott dd'jhtful Tonic known.
J Imperfect Difes'ioo * J
( Cared by Sumter Bitters, j
Restored by Sumter Bitters. J
f Bodily Weakness
1 Cored by Sumter Bitters, j
J CHILLS AMD FE VIR,
I Prevented by Sumter Bitters, j
f Female Complaints )
]. Restored by Sumter Bitters, j
f Health and Strength
i Restored by Sumter Bitters,
f Nervous DiseaSvS
I Cered by Ousts* Bitters.
f Recommended by Ute highest
\ medical authority io the Stats.
?This popular Tonie and delightful Beverage
is for sale by all Druggists
.nd Grocers. J
f DOW IE, MOISE i DAVIS, Proprietors,
< And Wholesale Druggists,
t Charleston, S. C.
Diu A J. CHINA,
Feb 1 Agent Sumter S. C.
X HIS invaluable Family Medicine, for purify?
ing, cleansing, removing bed edon in all kinds
of sickness ; for bann, sores, wounds, stings ;
for Erysipel ss, rheumatism, and all skia diseases,
for catarrh, tere moe ti,, sere throat, diptbeida;
for colic, diarrhoea, cholera; as a wash to soften
and beariify the skin} to remove- ink spots,
mildew, fait stains; takenInternailj as troll at
applied eitercally > so highly recommended by
.il waa aar? asad U-?s fer asia by all Druggist*
and Coot* try Merchants, ted may ba ordered
directly of the
DARST PROPHYLACTIC (XL,
if? atinir-fuv.1) y wv eat ie vaarteateei noni.
who engage in our new business make front $5
to $ li) por day ia their own localities. Full
particulars nra instructions sent free by mail.
Those in need of permanent, profitable work,
should address at onee, GEORGE STINSON
A CO., Portland, Haine.
TBE NEW YORK DAY-BOOK-THE
CHAMPION OP WHITE SUPREMACY
AGAiNST THE WORLD.-A First Class eight
page Democratic Weekly, established in 1*50.
$2 per year; $1 for six months. Subscribe for
it. For specimen copies, address "DAY BOOK,
New York City." _
DR. S. S. FITCH'S FAMILY PHYSYCIAN;
90 pages ; sent by mail free. Teaches
how t<> cure all diseases of the person, skin, bair,
eyes, complexion. Write to 714 Broadway, N. Y
; CNCLE JOSH'S
TRTJffK F?LL OF FUN.
A Portfolio of first class Wit and Humor, con?
taining tho Riebest Comical Stories, Cruel Sells,
Side-splitting Jokes, Humorous Poetry, Qutin
Parodies, Burlesque Sermons, New Conundrums
and Mirtbprovoking Speeches ever published.
Ic tersper ed with carious pussies, Amusing Card
Tricks, Feats ot Parlor Magie, and nearly 200
Fanny Engravings. Illustrated Corer. Price
15 cent?. Sent by mail, postage paid, to any
part of the United States, on receipt of price.
DICK 4 FITZGERALD, Publishers, 18 Ann-si.,
A. B. FARQUHAR,
Proprietor of Pennsylvania Agricultural Works,
Manufacturer of Improved Polished Steel [York
Penna. Dieksoo Sweeps. Solid Steel Sweeps,
and Scrapers, Steel Plows, Shovel Plow Blades,
Culti v&tors/Horse Hoer.. Harrows, Horse- Powers,
Threshing Machines, Ac, Ac. Send for illustrated
APPLE PARER CORER AND SLICER.
Made by D. H. WHITTBMORE, Worcester,
BRIGGS & BRO'S
illustrated & Descriptive Catalogue
OF FLOWER ANO VEGETABLE SEEDS.
AND SUMMER FLOWERING BULBS.
Will be ready for mall log by the middle of Janu?
ary, notwithstanding our great loss of type, pa?
per, engravings, ic JD j fire, which destroyed
tho Job Printing office of Rochester Democrat
.nd Chronicle, 25th December, 1870. It will be
printed on a most elegant new-tinted paper, and
illustrated with nearly
Fire Hundred Original Engravings*
And two finely executed Colored Plates-speci?
mens for all of which were grown by oursolves
the fjM season from oar own stock of se<ds. In
tho originality, exe ution and extent of the en?
gravings it is unlike and eminently superior tu
any other Catalogue or "Floral Guide ' extant.
Tbe Catalogue will consist of 112 Page.', and
as suon as published will be sent free to all who
ordered seeds from us by mail the last season.
To others a ebarge of 15 cents per cony will be
made, which ia not the value of the Colored
Plates. We assure our friends that tbo induce
menta we offer to purchasers of seeds, as to quai
ity and extent of Stock, Discounts and Premiums
are unsurpassed. Please send orders fur Cata?
logues without delay.
Oar Colored Cromo for IS71
Will be ready to send out in January. Thc
Cromo will represent Forty-two Varieties of
ebowy and popular Flowers, of natural size anti
rolor. We design to make it the best Plate ot
Flowers ever issued. Sise, 19x24 inches. The
retail value would be at least Two Dollars; wo
i-ball, however, furnish it tu customers at 75 eta.
per copy, and ofter it as a Premium upon order?
for Seeds. See Cataloguo wben out.
BRIGGS A BROTHER, Rochester, N. Y.
IftOfi OSE THE "VEGETABLE IQ'TA
lOsOU Pulmonary Balsam." *OiV
The old standard remedy for Coughs, Colds, Con
sumption. "Nothing better." CuTxrn BVOF. A
Co , Ba ton.
Ruiuoves superfluous bair in fire minni'-,
without injury to the fkin. Sent by mail for $1.25.
IT PH AM'S ASTHMA CURB
Relieves most violent paroxysms tn fire minut?e
and effects a speedy cure Pri?e $2 by mail.
THE JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
Colors the v-h ?akers and hair a beautiful BLACK
or S Row X- It consists of only oue preparad?*. 75
cents by mail. Address S. C. UP II A.M. Na 721
Jayne Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Circulars sent
fi?e. S >M by all Drujrri'i*. _
TO THE WORKING CLASS.-We are now
prepared to furnish all classes with constant
employment at borne, ibe whole of the time or
for the -parc moments. Business new, light, and
profitable. Persons of either sex easily earn
from 50c. to $5 per evening, and a proportional
sura by devoting their whole time lo tbe business.
Boys and girls earn nearly as much ns men.
That all who see thin notice may send their ad?
dress, and tesl thc business, we make the un?
paralleled offer : To such as are not well satis
Bed, we will send $ I to pay for the trouble of
writing. Full particulars, a valuable sample
which will do to commence work on, and a copy
Of The Peop(e'$ Lite-cry Companion-one of the
largest and best family newspapers ever published
-al! sent free by mail. Header, if you want
permanent, profitable work, address
E. C. ALLEN, A CO., ACCUSTA, MAIS?.
Agents! Read This!
WE WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY
of $ per week ano expenses, or allow a
large commission, to sell oar new and wonderful
inventions. Address M. WAGNER A Co., Mar
shall, .?.ch._ ^_
CURIOVS? HOW STRANGE !
The Married Ladies Private Companion eon.
tains tbe derired information. Seot free for tw0
sumps. Address Mrs. U. MBTZGEK. lian
AVOID QUACKS.-A victim of early in^is
cretion, eau? ig nervous debili'y, premature
decay, Ac, having tried in vain every adversed
remedy, bas a simple means of self cure, which
hn will send free to bis fellow sufferer?. Ad?
dress J. H. TUTTLE. 78 Nassaa st.. New York
$3 WATCH! $3 WATCH!
THE GREAT EUROPEAN
Fureka Aluminum Watch Co.
J* V. DEFOREST & CO., Jewelers,
' 40* 42 BROADWAY, SEW XORK,
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE U- S.,
and have authorised them to sell their great
Eureka Aluminum Gold Watches for Three Dui
lars, and to warrant each and every one to keep
correct time for one year. This watch we guaran
tee to be the best and cheapest time keeper that is
now in ase in auy part of tbe globe. Thc work*
are ia doable cases. Lades and Gent's sile, and
are beautifully chased. Tbe cases are made of
metal now. so widely known in Europe an
Aluminan? Gold. It bas the exast color of Gold
which it always retains ; it will stai d the tes' nf
the strongest acids ; no one can tell it from Gold
only by weight, the Aluminum Gold being I IC
lia liter. Tbe works are made by machinery,
same ss the well known American Watch. The
Aluminum is a cheap metal, hence we cnn afford
to sell the Watch for i3 and make small profit.
We paek the Watch safely in a small box and
rend it by mail to any part of the U. S. on re?
ceipt of $3.50 nifty cents for packing and pos
tage. Address til ardors to
-L. V. DEFOREST A CO., Jewelers,
_!?_*_12 08 <* .???>. Ne* York.
An Independent Fortune
IN FOUR MONTHS.
[.Cat ts made in a quiet way by mea tb ?it are
capable Of keeping t6? secret. Addre/t JAMI;-:
GOODWIN. 67 Exchange Place, New York.
Harrtage Guide-?Every Ona His O fen
A privat? instructor for married, persons or
these ?boat to be married, t*>th male and fe?
male, in everything concerning the physiology
ead relations of oar sexes ? system, and tbe-pro
daefionand ?re vee flea of otVprmg, laded in g
all the now discoveries never before given in the
Kavflsa laagosge, by WM. YOUNG, M. D
Tito to really a valuable and interesting work.
It tt WI steen la plain language for the general
reader. Md to illustrated arith numerous en?
gravings. All young married people, or those
contemplating marriage, and having - the toast
impediment to married rids, should read this
book. It diseiwes secrets that every one should
be ?e?aeinkd wk** still!!is a book that taust f
be locked and ar* Ito about ike booie: It will f
be seas ?0 any address on receipt of 59 cent* -
Address DarfM. MWfe&All Spiaeel
Street, aborVfd?lrtl,-PtiRaffeinb'a. |
" Nov ? fm
ra? . . . .
! Ladies ! ! !
I F. A. FOLSOM I
& OFFERS YOU BARGAINS IN ??
X Fancy Goods, and almost anything in <$>
your line. Keeps Corsets, Gloves, *
v Udkf8., Hosiery, Lnees, Em- &
Y broidery. Trimmings, ^
X Hair Nets, Hair Pins
<?> Sewing Cotton, A
a good arti
cle at 5c ?
Emb'dy Silks and Cotton, Rufflings, Y
Chignons, Ribbons, White Goods, <j>
Calicoes, Needles, Everything !
AT REDUCED PRICES. Y
My Confectionery, |
The first established in Sumter, ^
Is always supplied with O
CHOICE CANDIES, FRUITS, ?
Nuts. Cakes. Crackers, Ac, x
and Toys, in variety. %
TEA.$1 25. <N
Candy Reduced to 30 els. per
lbs from tbis day?
Jan 4 F. A. FOLSOM.
Coifs Military and Commercial
MAYESV1LLE, S. C.
Boys prepared for College or Business.
First Session, from Oct. 1st to Feb. 15th.
Second Session, from Feb. I6tb to June 30th.
TERMS :-$100,00 per session, for Board and
Tuition, in advance Special Instruction
given in Penraanchip and Book keeping,
Business Forms ?nd Accounts.
For further information, address
CAPT. W. H. COIT,
Jun 18 Mayesville, S. C.
THE ON LY STRICTLY
Grocery and Liquor House
rp HE UNDERSIGNED, begs leave to
JL call tho nttcnti'.n of his friends and the
public generally to bis
NEW AND WELL SELECTED
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Whieh be offers low for CASH ONLY.
.vSrJ* All articles warranted as recommendc**
Z&" Pure Mod'einal Liquors kept constan
J. H. EBELIIART.
ISAAC I jU'KAGEiY
ANDREW McCOBB, Jr.
C O MM i S SI O X MUK CHA X T,
AND DEALER IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS,
And other Building Material.
LAND PLASTE lt AND HAY.
217 EUT BAY,
CHARLESTON, SO CA.
Feb 8-3m] Opposite New Cm! om H-ose.
Henry Bischoff & Co.,
WHOLES A LE GROCER,
AND DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUOR \ SEGARS
197 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Feb 8 Cm
139 Meeting Street,
?2 Enst Bay Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J.E. AMER & CO.,
inroRTKRs or AUD DKALCRSIX
CUTLERY, GUNS, BAR (RON, STEEL,
S gricultural Implements,
J. E. Adger,
A. McD. Drown,
E. D. Robinson,
0. II Moff-tt,
J. Adger Smyth,
E. A. Smyth. i
Feb 8-_ 8m
Kinsman ??P Howell,
Factors and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Of Practical Success.
Introduced in 1852. Patented Dec. 20,1859*
OLDEST SUPERPHOSPHATE MANUFACTURED IN THIS COUNTRY.
Nitrogenized Super-Phosphate of Lime
Bones, Phosphate Guano, Concentrated Amnoniacal Animal Matter and
No Salt, Salt Cake, Piaster, Nitre Cake, nor any Adulterant of any kind used.
??f* The ammoniacal animal matter in Manes' Nitrogei?xed Super Phosphate of Lime consists
of the flesh (containing 10 per cent, of ammonia) and the bb^d (containing 15 per cent, of ammo?
nia} of Beeves, llvrscs, Fish and other anima'?, after the ex?rcsoion of the fat and oil by Steam.
We annex tho analysis of Professor Shepard :
Ammonia jieldcd by the organic matter.-..-.2.5-1 per cent.
9 06 Insoluble Phosphoric Acid.m.. 19.78 Bone Phosphate of Lime.
3.38 Soluble Phosphoric Acid.5.48 Soluble Phosphate of Lime.
3.38 Soluble Phosphoric Acid.7.38 Bone Phosphate of Lime dissolved.
7.20 Sulphuric Acid.15.48 Sulphate of L mc.
An excellent Fertiliser. Respeetfa.'ly submitted,
C. C. SHEPARD, Jr., M. D.
Inspector of Fertilizers for South Carolina.
Send for Pamphlet.
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
General Agents, 123 East Bay, ChaVleston, S. C.
GEO. W. LEE, Agent at Sumter.
Feb g 3m
DEPOSITS OF OSE DOLLAR AND VP
Interest allowed at the rate of Seren per cent.
per annum on Certificates
of Deposit, and Six per cent, on STINGS
COMPOUNDED EVERY SIX XONIOSi
WM. MARTIN. President.
JOHN B. PL.MER,) v.
JOHN P. THOMAS, j V,ce *n*litT
A. G. BREN?ZKR, Cashier.
JOHN C. B. SMITH, Assistant Cashier.
J. W. DARGAN, Assistant Cashier at Sumter.
Local Finance Committee at umlcr.
J. T. SOLOMONS, j J. S. RICHRDSOS",
L. G. PATE, - I T. B. FRSER.
This ?is a Home Institution and merits tl e
patron gc of the jeople of the State-at the
mme time a safe place to deposit their mon JJ,
which can be withdrawn whenever needed.
A general Banking Business done, nome and
Foreign Checks Bought and
Sold. Ol J Bank Bills, Dilapidated Currency and
Revenus Stamps for Sale.
Bankin'/ Hours Jrom 9 o'clock, A. Jil.
to 3 -V., an I every Satur Jag after?
noon, from 5 toi o'clock
FALL ARD WINTER
I am now receiving a Large and
Complete Stock of
FALL, AND WINTER
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CLOTHS, CASSIM ERES, TWEEDS,
Kentuckey Jean?, of low grades and very
Draw i rs.
Gloves and Cravats,
ALSO A FULL SUPPLY AND VARIETY0
XX JBL ?X* & .
These Goods I am determine! to sell lower
than they can be taught in this market. Deal?
ing in this line alone, I nm enabled to do this.
I only a>k my old friends to call and examine,
and it they du not lind my goods cheaper, I will
not expect t?em to buy.
D. J. Wm, Agent/ 2
Main-st. nuder Sumter Hotel.
L. P. LO RING,
Messrs. King & Huppman,
BA LT: TIC HE, M. D.
Would respectfully solicit thc patronage of L?A
friends and the public.
?IE il AS IN STORE A COMPLETE
Stock of Hardware and
embracing every arti-le in this line of business,
whieh he intends to sdi at the
LOWEST Plt tCES, FOB CASU.
He will keep alway? in store, a complete assort
Collin's Axes, Ames'Shovels and Spades,
Tri?.-e Clmins. Hoes,
Rakes. Filch F.rks,
Grain Cradles, Scythe Blades,
l'ffcket ?nd T..t.Ls Cutler?-,
Rra?3 Preserving Kettles,
Tin Ware, Winde? t?la--s-all tixes.
Persons in want of the mott convenient and
economical Stoves; cnn be supplied with the
latest improved patterns at prices which cannot
fail to give entire satisfaction.
Sumter Book Sore.
LETTER PAPER, IO cents, per quire.
Fowls Cap paper. 15 ema. per qtvre.
Blank Books and Din ries for. SSH.
Writing Desks and Ar uric Boxes.
Hair Brushes and To?th Bi ashes.
Comb/ end Fancy Anilles.
A large lut *>f Miseel'aneoct Books,
And 0 leap Nereis, irr-edueed rttes.
Jan 18 A. WHITE t CO.
The State of South Carolina.
To the Commissioners of Election for
the Election District of Abbeville Co'ly.
WHEREAS, HON. H. G. LOMAX,
ff who at the General Election held in Octo?
ber, 1S70, was chosen a member of the Senate of
Sooth Carolina, for the Election District of
Abbeville County, to serve the term of four years,
has deceased ; and whereas, the Constitution of
tbe State of South Carolina directs th.it in such
eases a Writ of Election shall ne ?-sued by the
President of the Senate, for the purposs of filling
the vacant y thus occasioned for the remainder of
the term for which said member so deceased na*
Now, therefore, you and each of yon arc hero
by required after duo advertisement, and with
strict regard to all the provirions of the Constitu?
tion and laws of said State, touching your duty
in such case, to hold an ELECTION ^FOR A
MEMBER OF THE SEN AIE of the State; of
South Carolina, for the County of Abbeville, to
serve for the remainder of the term for which
said member. Hon. H. G. LOMAX, was elected :
the Polls to be opened at the various places of
election in said district, on THURSDAY, 16th
day of February, 1871, by the varions Managers
of Election for those places respectively, in ac?
cordance with the providions of the Act of the
General Assembly, entitled "An Act providing
for the General Election, and tho manner of
conducting the same," approved March 1st, 1670 ;
and this writ, together with your return of thc
election to be bole" under it, have before the
Senate at Its next roeetin? after th? election.
ALONZO J. RANSTER, Pre.-id?nt Senate.
Attest: J. WooDRurr, Clerk oirSenate.
January 31 2t
The State of South Carolina
To the Commissioners of Election for
the Election District of Gconreton
?WHEREAS, H OX J H. RAINEY.
who, a* the General Election held in
April, 186$, wa.? chosen a Member of the Senate
of tbi State of South Carolina for thc Election
District of Georgetown Cou' ty, and drew a ballot
to serve for the term of four years, has resigned,
and. Whereas, the Constitution of the State of
Sooth Carolina diects that in such ca<e. a Writ
of Election shall be issued by the President ol
thc Senate, for the purpose of filling the .acan?
thus occasioned, for t>>e remainder of tho term
for which said member was eiecte<' :
??ow, then fore. you. and each of yon, are
hereby required after due advertisement, and
with strict rc.^ard to all the provisions of the
Constitution and Laws of said State tourhing
your duty in such Case, to hold an ELECTION
FORA MEMBER OF THE SENATE of the
State of S*?uth Carolina, for the County ot
Georgetown, to serve for thc remainder ot" thc
term f r which said Member, Hon. J. il.
RAIN EY, wa? elected, the polls to bc opened at
the various places of election in said District, on
THURSDAY, sixteenih dav of February, 1ST 1,
by the various Managers of Election for tho??
places respectively, in accordance willi the prov i
rions of I he Act of thc General As-embly entitLd
"An Act pp.? ?liing for ihe Central Election, and
the manlier of conducting the ?ame." approved
March lit. 1 $70. an-1 this writ, together with
your retara of the E1ecd?e to bo held under it.
bave before the Senate ai its next meeting after
ALONZO J R ANSIER.
Presid? nt of the Senate.
Attest: J. Wo-Dnvrr, Clerk of Senate.
January 24 2t
MANUFACTURED AT CU ARLES TON, S. C
Wm. C. BEE & CO.,
G EX ERA L A G EX TS.
Has Reen Reduced in Trice.
THE SUBSCRIBER is prepared to supjly all
orders from Planters on demand.
li Feed yow lumi and ii Wttl Ft rd low."
Circulars and Term.? on applications
JOSEPH JOHNSON, Agent.
At L. P. I.ORING'S Store. Main Street.
F. HALTOM FOLSOM,
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
SUMTER, S C.
Calls th? attention of tbe pafchc tu bis assort
and a Fla? Artiele of SILVER PLATED WARE,
Bridal Presents, Ac.
Persons purchasing nf him can rest assured of
I getting articlis a? repreremed. AH wink ia my
line nettly r.pu?red and gu?rante*!.
Rcniotnl ta th* Store reccutJy occupied
by Express Company*
Iron and Hoes
OF GOOD QUALITY,
NECESSARY FOR MAKING A GOOD
CROP, AND PLANTERS
TO SUMTER, ARE INVITED TO CALL
EXAMINE MY STOCK WHICH
BE SOLD LOW FOR CASH. THEY ARB
IN TIME FOR PREPARING TUE LAND,
AND WILL BE OFFERED
A. A. SOLOMONS, WHO HAS ORDERED A
GOOD SUPPLY ALSO OF TRACES,
PLOW BRIDLES, HAMES, AXES, Ac
HE WILL HAVE A PRETTY ASSORTMENT
OF PRINTS, CN ARRIVAL OF
Jan IS tf
J. E. SLAKES,
THE SUBSCRIBER INFORMS HIS
'( ? Friends an?! Customers thai he has received
and will continue to rcccire
?YEW AXD CI/KAP FCRXITCRE,
TO SUT THE TIMES.
His Stock consists of almost every article in ti nt
line, viz :
SOFAS, SIDE-BOARD?. BOOK-CASES,
Wardrobe*. Extention Tables,
Sitting and Rocking Chain*, of every kit J
Cribs. Cradles, Trundles Cottage Destacada
JUST REC KI VED
Some more of those CHEAP COTTAGE SETS.
Meat Safes, Window Shale? and Wall
Papering- all low for CASH.
J. E. Snares
J/'ftM Street, opposite Er pr Cf* Otfirr
Entrance frons Stair Osen Main S.rcet to
MISS E. D. BRITTON
WOl LD RESPECTITLLY INVITE
ber friend*, and particularly the
la lies of Sumter and eoa.mu
Btty to call and ex:nnir:<..
Her Rich and Beautiful Stock
and Fancy Goodf.
Having .-elected ber jr?-.>ds peremfaKy, ni d
willi great t are, in th? New Vcr* an 1 Ral'imore
markt*!*, ?dip feels confident ?.f pleading ell. both
?is regards quality, itv le and pt?-c. As exaal,
there are manv novellier- f.r ti.?, season.
MISS BRITTON is rapfdi^l with ? FIRST
CLASS MILLINER ?nd a DKLSS MAKER,
frons Baltimore, who ?ire well qualin* d t?r the
busine.-s. The fashions pcocorvd in Nsw Yolk.
Ladies, call aii'i have your Dresses .m l t!..:s
made in t',e latest styl?e.
P.?p.r p t'tcrti--ot Dresses. Sjc<iiies sn i ot).er
articles ?if dress miy bc ha i.
At toe New Store BU: to J. T. ?OLOMONJ
S, pt :s
O. F. 'HOYT!
i MI ann s c.
'IFOULD respectfully i:.f tm Ul? frirtuls
and the publie of Sumter, and ?Jj -ii.i?..; . .,?1,:,.-?.
that he has recently receive! ? cit-'.cr seloc
LADIES' AND GENTLENESS*
Wato lie 3,
SPECTACtM, &c, <f,o"
His stock cu.Kraces all t?.e lue-? .-'^ at d
wilt b,- SWIH ?t rca?ui??L',<< rate?.
S. pt 29