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The Sumter Watchmaa.
WEDNESDAY, MA KC H 1,
W. V. PAXTON - . BUSINESS MANAGER
?ddT AU Transient Adftjrtil erne nt?, and ali
Job Work mist be paid for ia cash. Tbis will
be observed without distinction. Subscriptions
are also payable in advauce.
jS* Applications for Job Work will be made,
at the office, co TEOS. E. FLOWERS.
Tbe WATCH ?AX books are io the keeping of W.
?. PAXTON, Wbo will receipt for monies due and
attend to all matters connected with tho Adver?
tising or Subscription departments.
Our Advertising friends are requested to
send in their favors not later than Monday.
SUM TE lt HAIL A RICAN OE M EM TS.
CBA.1GI OF SCHEDULE.
Northern, 3:15 P M. 12.-45 P. M.
Suutbern, 11:30 P. M. 4:20 P. M.
Manning on Mon?
day ana Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M.
Bi-b'ville on Alon- j
day aud Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M. j
Office Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M.
Miils close oa .Sundays at ll o'clock, A. M.
Office open froin4:?U to 5:30 P. M.
T. B. JOHNSON, P. M.
January 25th, 1371. tf
A. A- SOLOMONS
Has 100 bushels ot\Seed Oats, 190,000 |
feet of seasoucd Lumber, 2 wagons, 1
bugey, 3 mules and 100 tous of Navassa
Guauo for sale. Besides a great variety
cf Genera! Merchandize, which is sold
unusually low, because business is done
on the cash principle. Our friend A.
A. S., knows how to buy cheap and how
to sell cheap. Remember that.
TI IL LI Milt Y AT BALTIMORE.
MessIS. ARMaTltONG, CATOR & Co.,
never lait in their Spring and Fall ad?
vertisements. They keep a splendid
6tock-fully up with all the novelties
aud advauces ol'fa&hiou, in their depart?
ment, aud iuvartbly use the pressas a
medium for communicating the facts
therewith couuected to the world around i
them. We ?eler with pleasure to i.ieir
advertisement in our columns to day.
OKDI\ A J 10> SERVICES.
Kev E. A. EDWARDS, ot sumter,!
was regularly ordained io the Ministry;
of the Baptist Church, on Suoday, the j
Pjtii ult. The sermon was preached by
Re?. J. K MENDKNHALL, who was
assisted iu thc otheiating services by
Rev. S. M. RICHARDSON, thc pastor ol
the Church here, aud by Revs. HUGH- :
60S, NICHOLS and GRAHAM. The:
services were -impressive, throughout,!
a large congregation being in atten
Mr. EDWARDS will be thc regular
pastor ol' the iJome Branch Church,
where he wjil preach twice a month,
lie will also preach twice a mooth at
.Ma) e> vi Ile.
PLANTERS AY A It 12110 t SE.
Messrs. Cha*, ll. Moise & Co., ol' the
Planters Warehouse, ptopose to ship
and hold cottou, and to make liberal
advances thereon, at seven per ceut in-!
terell. They are abo pii-pated to
fm nish Garden Pumps and Engines,
aud have some Sue English Porter and
Scotch Ale H>r sale. Some of this lat?
ter we know of, through specimens
liberally and courte?jii>ly scut us from
this popular establishment. Ils creamy
sottness, as with rich, sparkling ef?
fervesce nee. it piles thc glass, makes it
peculiar!) inviting, whil?! asa stomachic,
it ia uot only unobjectionable, but, used
with discrimination, nf decided g-od.
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Wednesday last wa? thc beginning of
this time of solemn fast, as observed by
some of the churches. It continues for
forty days, and is observed, as contended
by many, in commemoration of the fast
of our ?avour iu the Wilderness. Oth?
ers claim it as symbolic of the forty
days of deluge, and again of the forty
years the Israelites wandered, or the
forty days the Ni.ievites were granted
for repentance. And still agaiu as a
6olemu, self searching preparation for
Easter,-a season dedicated to repent?
ance and commemorative of our Lord's
resurrection. It has its signification
or origin iu thc Anglo-Saxon, signifying
spring, or ?he period of lengthening
Wc learned, receutlj, with much
pleasure, that our town authorities,
acting upon the idea some time since
alluded to io these toiutuos, have sur?
veyed and marktd out a broad, and
what we trust will become, a beautiful
avenue, runuing directly from the
Southwestern surburbs of the Town to
the Cemetery It is a continuation of
Graham Street. Let it be brought at
once into use, and this will more readi
ly suggest aud promptly excite, the
improvements which taste and comfort
THC CAROLINA. SPARTAN,
Of the 23d ult. announces its twenty
eighth volume, in a cursory but in?
teresting review of its history. F. M.
TRIMMINEB, ?*q., is cow sole editor
and proprietor, and an icteresting paper
he makes of it. The Spartan is con?
servative, bot benest sod high-toned.
Our best wishes sre extended.
RURAL CAROLINIAN FOR ?ARCH.
Ever fresh, ever vigor?os, we greet
TH? RURAL CAROLINIAN each month,
ss ose of the pleasantest sod most profit?
able of our Agriealtnral exchanges.
Col. D. Wyatt Aiken is indefatigable
and wonderfully successful as a cor?
responding editor Any man tfno
takes ao interest io oar section, whether
farmer or not, ess read bis articles with
r^r^ SWt^Sl?aWOt. ?fmfo?OT
Buckle? of. Austin, Texas; Professor
Hilgard of tie ?uiversit/of Mississippi;
P. J. Berkruans, Esq., of Augusta, Ga ;
B.W. Jones of *urry, Va; Robert
Chisolm of Beaufort, S..C; and, Dr. H.
W. Raveoel of Aiken, 8. C., ard among
thc regular contributors whose articles
this month aro uiespecial interest. Col.
D. H. J acoques, the managing editor, by!
his excellent judgment in selecting
from his immense correspondence, as
well as by his own valuable contribo>
tions, continues to make the THE'RU?
RAL CAROLINIAN the best magazine of
its class io this country.
On Tuesday,21st ult., Col. MONTGOM?
ERY MOSES, of Sumter, was re-elected
Judge of the Seventh Judicial Circuit,by
a larger majority than that by which be
was declared elect el in the first instance, j
All the former contending candidates
were withdrawn, and (Jen. MCGOWAN,
of Abbeville, nominated and voted for
Col. (now Judge) -VOSES, is one of
the oldest members of the Sumter Bar
is a brother of Ch?ef Justice MOSES,
with whom he held a law partnership
for many years. We doubt not be will
give his best abilities to the office,
aiming to hold tbescales of justice at a
balance, and to administer the law in?
dependent of all party considerations.
He acted with the conservatives in J.868,
and declares that, in securing his elec?
tion, he would make no sacrifice of politi?
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 21,1871.
This place WHS yesterday, and is to-day, the
scene offnn ar,d jollity-everybody, barring scrib
blers and printers, who have to famish the
publ c their daily pabulum, is ont on the streets,
carnivaliring and enjoying the/ports wbieb take
place on Peinsylvanit Avenae. Yesterday the
we.it!ier was magnificent ; to day it threatens
rain, hut the fun goes on all the same. The car?
nival is, or is not. a failure, according to the
condition of our stomachs. With a good diges?
tion, no pecuniary embarrassments, and a deter?
minad jn to he pleased, the thing is glorious.
Dut wi b a fit of indigestion, a condition of im
pc, uni >Mtv, un unpaid board, tailor or wasbmo
man's hill, or an attack of the megrims, the
whole affair isa Baale The grand ball at Cor?
coran'? building last night was one of the most
brilliant affairs which ever took place here, as
will also he the civic ball at the Masonic Tem?
ple to-night. The Masquerade ball, also to night
at the National Theatre, will be a great success.
The banquet to be given to morrow to tbe visi?
ting prc*s gang, will take place at tho Arlington
Mouse, and from Ibo reputation of the e?t?i?e
and the wine cellar at that establishment, and
the corfe b' uichr given by the committee as to
expense, there is no doubt as to the brilliancy
and excellence of that entertainment. The balls
and the press bimquct ?till meet with tbe ap
probation of the most fastidious. And the car?
nival goos on.
Congres.-'completely ignored the existence of
the grand fete, nnd kept on grinding out laws as
if nothing w.-.s going on a?, their feet.
In the Se tate, on repealing the law which pre
reiibe^ that the possession ufa presidential par?
don, t.y a 'y suitor in the Court of Claims, shell be
takei! anil dremed as conclusive evidence ofdis
loyalty, Senator Blair made a statement which
was not ot al! palutnhle to the Radicals, which
was that "every member of Mr. Lincoln's Cabi?
net favored the surrender of Fort Sumter in
March, IS61, on the demand of the Southern
Commissioners,trftb thc exception of Post Mast?
er General Blair, who opposed the idea." To
I square this fact with the frothiness o? a number
ol Radical leaders would be rather difficult.
Mr. Blair also stated that, notwithstanding the
denial of Senator Fenton, the New York Tribune
did acknowledge the right of secession in 1801
and he proved it hy quoting from the articles in
i that paper, and also from Wendell Phillip'
speeches, who held the same opinion, and he
charged that lionet Grecly was more to blame
for this rd ellion thon any ether man. It was
..nly thc other day that Greely denied tbe same
thing in his paper and called Mr. Blair hard
names for So accusing bim. Lying, the
most barefaced, and swearing, the most profane,
are as natural to Horace Greely as fleas to a dog;
Its chronic, and he cant help it, The law was
? repealed by the casting vote of the Vice Presi
' dent, much to the disgust of Senators Edmunds
and Conkling. who now asuume to be Presiden
tia! bugles in the Senate. A greater disappoint?
ment, however, awaited them tn the Senate's con?
curring in the House Lill, increasing the salaries
?of tin Federal Judges, as ?twas the di nth blow of
their lopes to the seat of Chief Jasticc, which
botb of them heve been racing for. Should the
Chief Justice resign, which I pray there may be
no need for. neither of tbe aspiring Senators are
; eligible, the salary having been raised while
j they were Senators.
I The House yesterday decided, by a roto of HO
j to 92 to thc minority report of the Judiciary
: Comicittee in the McGarrahan ease, which re
? storr? '.he record of the .aid offloe to what ia waa
bel?re action was taken in 1863. Should tbe
I Senate concur, McGarraban will, after fifteen
, years of litigation, reeeive the patent to the new
, Idria Silver Mine.
j The House Committee on Foreign Relations
will report the bill establishing a new mission to !
the German Empire on Wednesday, with the j
I same salary ss at London ned Paris-$17.501) ?
! per annum-and as the committee will inform
' the President that this change was ei^ed at !
getting rid of the literary snob-Bancroft,, he
? will cot likely be nominate '. Representatives*
Orth, of Indiaoa, will BO doubt bs tl* maa.
Mr. Van Trump, in the House ^-??.-rday, pre?
sented a preamble and resolution instructing the
Commissioner of Internal Revenue to enforce
the collection of tbe tea of $1,1(1,000, assessed
against the New York Central Railroad, March
1870. They wera referred to the eommitte? of
Wayi and Means. This is the tax which Com.
j modore Vanderbilt refuses to **f, end which, et
. bas boen asserted, caus-d *. appointaient of
General Pleaaanton to th. ^ommissioaership of
j Internal Re renne by the Militar* Ring, jo'order
j to secure a favorable decision for tho Railroad,
i We will watch this ease attentively. '
I The appropriation committee btard the basti,
j mony of a number of prominent stamped en rel.
! ope mannfaetarera in regard te tko improper an?
nulment of the eon tract of Messrs. Dem prey A
j OToele, and the sale by the Post Ofliee Depart
I ment of stamped envelopes et prices far below
I manufacturer's pri?es, ail of wbieatestimony
proved that a eweepiiwcjr wee ferme* Mr.
? Creswell, Post Master General, to krault Damp
I soy and OToole's euntreet, so aa to-gfre ft-to hi?
especial friends io New York. Messrs. Dempsey ;
end O'Tcole are a Wasbiegtcrr* ?rm, ead are here
oa the ground to push the matter, ead X don't
think that Creswell will accuse them ' of want
and energy.by ibo tisse they here got tbrtwgb
with bim; If the eommitte aod Congress ?ill d?
their whole duty ia tbe premises, Mr. Cutout
Officer Creswell will be gasing at the tait; muon
and ?are from between the gratings of a ~|>ri*on
cell, i ott ead or advising his excellency oa grav? '
qrestions of State or job wetters At all oreo ts,
eriswell *U! not long remata as on? of irrants
Cabinet 5^.*** S S
ii . f?&Si
?&~ D. Browder of Montgomery, Ala., says :
-"?ARur's PROPHTLACTIC FLUID te tho best ]
thing for celle in horses I wer nw."
If jon desire rosy eheeks _ and & complexion
Cur and free from Pimples, Blotches and Emp?
tions, purify jour blood by tating tr. Pierce's
Alt. Bat. or Ooldea Medical Discovery. It has
no equal for this purpose, nor as a Teaed- for
"Lirer Complaint," or "Biliousness." Sold by
sJl druggists. . \
. Aveltl Coasoxnptlou, I
Nd acessy to'th? haman race is more to be
dreaded and is nore insidioasJin-Sc appro ac hes
than th e too- Caul . and des tro y? r 'cf heal th and
happiness of myriads-"CoDsnmption in its
ghastly form." Th? duty of all ts Wgusjd against
iu Erst advances. This toay bc done by the
timely ate of DILTP CT8 KIPECTOlfa.
As the dimensions of th? tree are not regals ted
by tb? stet of tba . seed} so li? consequence* of
things are not always ? proportionate to the ap?
parent magnitude of those even ts th at bare pro?
duced them. - Tans the good effected aa a remedi?
al agent by the use of the "Old Carolina Bitters,"
can only be measured by the gradual growth of
Wineman'e Crystal ?ted Worm Candy is only
twenty-five cents a box!
Toe microscope shows the color of the bair dtio
to a deposition of pigment in its substance.
When the bair glands become enfeebled, this
pigment fail?. One after another the hairs be?
come white, or fall oat, producing baldness.
Baldness is easy to prevent bnt bard to cure.
Ayer's Hair Vigor steps it, ereo restores the
hair sometimes , always restores its color. Im?
mediate ?PO va tica Is at once viii We :' Softness,
freshness and the gloss of youth. This great
ornament should be preferred since i t can be by
Ayer's Hair Vigor, wbieb is beautifully clean and
free from anything injurious to the bair. [Tri?
bune, Springville. N. 7.
Travellort are always liable to sudden attacks
of Dystentery and Cholera Morbus, and these
occurring when absent from home, are very un?
pleasant. The Pain Killer may always be relied
upon in sieh eases. As soon as you fee! the
(lymtoms, take ono teaspoonful in a gill of new,
milk and molasses sad IB of bot water, stir well
together and drink bot Repeat the dose every
hour until relieved. If the pains be severe
bathe the bowels and back with tb? medicine
In ease) of Asthma and Phthisic, take a teas?
poonful ic a gill of bot water sweetened well
with molasses ; also bathe the throat and stom?
ach faithfully with the medicine, clear.
Dr. Sweet says it takes out the soreness in
cares of bonesetting faster than anything be
Fishermen so often exposed to hurts by having
their skin pierced with booka, and fins of fish,
can be relieved by bathing with the Pain Killer
as soon as the accident occurs ; in this way the
anguish is soon abated , bathe as often at ODO? in
five minutes, *af three or four times, and you
will seldom have any trouble.
The bites and scratches of dogs and eats are
soon cared by bathing with the Pain Killer
Ia again calling attention to jour valuable
we do so witb renewed confidence, it haring been
before the people of tb? South for over three
years, and its largely Increasing sales proves its
We have recently much improved it by the ad?
dition of a foreign
AROMATIC AND RESTORATIVE HERB,
which, together erith its other wellkuown and ap?
proved ingredients, and
PURE RTE WHISKEY,
made expreiely for ns, renders
The most delightful TONIC.
APPETIZER INV1G0RANT and DYSPEPTIC
before the people, and as a Preventive and care
CHILLS AND FEVER
?amter Bittars ara not offered as a
but for these diseases for which it is especially
HAS WO EQUAL.
Try H once and you will aerar faa wi thoa t it ie
y oar Tam ?IT?
Far ?mle by all Druggists, Grocer* aad Dealers
D0W1E, MOISE A DAVIS, Proprietors,
' And Wholesale Druggists,
Charleston, 8. C.
DR. A J. CHINA,
March 1 ' Agent Sumter 8. C.
Cbeartnje Facta for the Billen*.
Every day dotas?*tis tos moro clearly that liv?
er complaint, ia all itt dktrtsting forms, can bc
eontroUad and earn! without difficulty or incon?
venience It is aa obstinate disease, but it* ob? ti
nsey is rttt proof against the pertinacious, reme?
dial aad restorative operation of Hottet te r's
Stomach Bitters. That genial correct I re COT.?*/?
Ike arganudo it? duff. It mutt socrete regularly
and healthfully^ under tko iil?en<?j?Jtbe Bitters.
Tbeir aetion brines itlKeklTom* ruTe**oflSel
If (bore te costiveness ?lt disappears ; if there te
side-ache or baok-acbe, itecasee; if the skin aad
the white* of the eyes are Staged witb lemcsmacbs
We, they recover th*ir natara! Kde ; if tbs appe
tire is gone, it retards; If tb* digestion .te im?
paired, Ute restored* is brief, wbattrcr.tbasysap.
toms of theeempWai may bc; au* whatever the
phase lt bat assumed, ? eur? ie, cerff .'?.? Bach
are the uaiform^tsots cf thia preparatioa whare
Mite?* disease has boca already developed ; but
m ose* :n-h*rs tqtoft**rtirM**Wt*M
tender cy to liver complaint, lt may bo prevea ted
th roughes t Bibby ibo icguj**^**^* small ?sa??
titkst^fcsJpWts^> TaisVare proven
tiffani t P^^?^?T M&fi jxpQ? v
ellpossess*<b*HnsswMti -oVf' * ? M?
. Tn jiii??i^Tnahi HilttitfifTi?!!
Paris Exhibition 1867.
Purity tho blood and
strengthen the system,
eradicating the effect of
dissipation, maintain the
human frame in condition
of healthfulness, dispel the
Blues and all mental dis?
tempers, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to depression.
They prevent and cure sm
oui and other Fevers, Fever and
Jig?e, Chills, diarrhoea, 7)ysen
tery, ?Dyspepsia, Sea-Siekneu,
Colic, Cholera, Cholera Morbus,
and every complaint Inci?
dental to diet or atmos?
phere. Ladles will find
them a sovereign boon, as
they eradicate all traces
of Debility, Nervousness,
Inertness, and Diseases
peculiar to the sex.
t7*Thousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at the
office of <.
H. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor.
64 & ?6 Water Street, K. Y.
CLACIUS A WITTE,
* Agents in Charleston.
Feb 15 ly
PERUVIAN GUANO, GUINNAPPE,
PLANTERS' SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS,
Furnished at lowest rates, by
WILSON Si SELBY,
No. 17 Light Street, Baltimore.
P. 0. Box, 284.]
Consignments solicitied and Liberal Ad.
ranees mad? on them.
Messrs. D. J. Winn, Kennedy A II olmas. A
A. Gilbert, Ree. Noah Graham.
Feb 22 Sm
Sale to Foreclose Mortgage.
BY authority of COLIN C. PORTER, I
will sell oo the 8th day of March, next, at
tbe Plantation of faid Porter, occupied during
tba last year by Foxworth A Co., the following
property, to wit :
Said note to foreclose a.Mortgage given by D
A. Foxwortb and T. W. Lee. to Colin C. Porter,
for rent and supplies for 1870.
Sale to commence at H o'clock, A. M., Terms
cash. D J. WINN, Ag't
Fire Insurance Company,
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
Security by bute Law.$25,000,000 GOLD.
Largest Fire lnturat.ee Company in America.
Policies issued payable in Gold if desired.
A. WHITE, Agent,
ian 18 Sumter, S. C.
IN addition to the Wando Fertiliser I am pre?
pared to furnish Platers tba
Acid Phosphate for compositng
with Cotton Seed and other
Price per Ton of 2000 poonda at Factory
$30 Cash. On time $35 per Too, at Fae
tory, payable lat November next, without
French and Music.
MISS L. M. WALKER proposes giving les?
sons in Freneh nod Music, should a class of fire
or more be formed. Mis? WALKER had the ad.
santa, aopf-atujJjie* Fro?cb auder Br. Faber
(aaw of 8. C. University,} whose long residence
iu Franca asade that liie*ua?e easy and familiar
as bis ver r acular ; and she afterward stodied in
one of the moat justly celebrated schools io the
whole Mississippi Valley-"Science Hill," at
Sbalbyeille, Ky. Mrs. Tevis, (who with ber
now deceased husband founded 8eieoce Hill
more than forty yeera ego, and who is still iu
veteran Principal,) in giving Miss WALKER a
certificate of capacity and aptness, alludes par
tieularly to her correct pronunciation.
Apply at the Mjthodtat Parsonage in Sumter.
y?b?v< . s . . . . ;
Weald call special attention to the LARGEST |
ead BEST stock of
OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.
Lamp Jixijtgj ,
As-Burners, Rims, Wieks, Chimneys, Slades,]
* Ac, in great variety always os hand.
Call and examine it..
CANS nu from Sf eweta* tM $1 ? per pened.
?ANCT^BOCERn? AKD FAMILY SUP?
J. IT. SPANN, Agent,
lu breaches, go to EDWARD PERRY, j
' P^^9t$S?*8CT9t& ?p4#?tV Crae aili Wt Ott ?t? 9 fal*
3Y LATE A RUI VALS OUR STOCK
OF DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &c,
la complete in all departments. Our
joods are marked at PRICES that will
PAY AN INSPECTION OF THEM
BY ALL PURCHASERS.
J?R STOCK OF STAPLE AND
is kept full at all times, consisting
af all kinds, (Except Liquors.)
GREEN & WALSH.
Butter, Mountain and Goshen, ?
Cheese, Pearl H o mine j, Bolted Meal,
GREEN & WALSH.
Satin Cloth, a new article for Ladies Dresses.
ASSORTMENT OF DRESS'GOODS in Town.
At GRLEN A WALSH'S
All Wool Merinos, DeLaioes and Empress Co tbs.
OF ALL KINDS. THE LATEST STXLEC.
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Alpaccas-all kinds, colors and qualities.
NEW STYLE HOOP SKIRT
At GREEN A WALSHS.
Silks, Poplins, Scotch Plaids and Fancy Dehmes.
Shawls and Cloaks,
At GREEN di WALSH'S.
Cloaks and Shawls of all qualities.
AND HATS, of all kinds,
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Largest Assortment of Hornes* in Sumter. Ccrac
anl see it.
AND WHIPS, of best quality,
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Saddles and Bridles to suit eriry one.
AND HARDWARE, at retail and wholesale,
At GREEN A WALLH'S.
Another Lot nf those New Style Hats.
?CCI DE> TS PRE VENTED
BY PURCHASING TUE NON EXPLOSIVE
KEROSINE LAM PA, to bs bad only
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
China and Glass Ware.
Crockery of all kinds.
OF CORN, BACON. LARD, HAMS AND
BUTTER, COFFEE, TbA an d St G AR,
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Calf Skin, Sole and Lacing Leather.
FLOUR. SALT, MOLASSES and MESS
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Philadelphia Boots and Shoes.
OF WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, HOSIERY
and DRESS GOODS, Just received at as?
tonishingly low prices,
By GREEN A WALSH.
Milo's Boots and Shoes. King's Ladles Shoes.
Hew Tork Exchange,
BOUGHT AND SOLD BY
GREEN A WALSH.
Bargains in Remnants,
At OREEN A WALSH'
Planter's outing tts for Supplies are'
requested to meet their obliga?
tions promptfy, as this -
ts the tine of the year we need our
1 money. If you do not wish to
mB Cotton, tee trill ship and kohl ii
GREEN & WALSH.*-'
We are prepared to pay th* HIGHEST
CASH PRICE FOR COTTON, OR Snip
AND HOED WHEN DESIRED, Baking
CASH ADVANCES ON SAME.
Green & Walsh
Of Practical Success.
Introdt ced in 1852. Patented Dec. 20,1859*
OLDEST SUPER PHOSPHATE MANUFACTURED IN THIS COUNTRY.
Nitrogenized Super-Phosphate of luxiie,
Bones, Phosphatic Gnano, Concentrated Ammoniacal Animal Matter and
No Salt, Salt Cake, Plaster, Nitre Cake, nor any Adulterant of any kind used.
The ammoniacal animal matter in Map ES* Nitrogenixed Soper Phosphate of Li .-ne consists
of the flesh (containing 10 per cent, of ammonia} and the blood (containing 15 per cent, of ammo?
nia} of Bee ve-, Ikrses, Fish and other animals, after the expression of the fat and oil by Steam.
We annex the analysis of Professor Shepird :
Ammonia yielder* ' the organic matter.?..WM..2.54 per cent.
9 06 Insolo? 'e Phosphoric Acid. 19.73 Bona Phosphate of Lime.
3.38 Solubi Phosphoric Acid.?.5.48 Soluble Phosphate of Lime.
3.38 Soluble Phosphoric Acid.7.38 Bone Phosphate of Lime dissolved.
7.20 Sulphuric Acid_.I5.4S Sulphate of L me.
An excellent Fertiliser. RespectfuMy submitted,
C. ?. SHEPARD, Jr., M. D.
Inspector of Fertilizers for South Carolina.
Price -.$60 Cash.
KUfSMAK & HOWELL,
General Agents, 128 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
GEO. W. LEEjJAgent^at Sumter.
Bring the Cash
MU YOUR FEELINGS !
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.
DR. A. J, CHINA,
A. ANDERSON & CO.,
SUMTER, S. C.
Jan 4, 1871. tf
COTTON FOR GUANO.
Wc propose sel?ajr a limited qoanttty of co
Guano? for Middling Cotton, at IS et?., deliver?
ed at pian Ur'i nearest depot, bj Itt November
We cleo offer the atagniteeat premium of
$1.000 for tbe best vield from oar G nano..
Fir particular* sp pl j to oar nearest Agent, or
address os for Circular.
WILCOX. GIB?s A CO.,
Irapnrters and Dealer in Goa aol,
Cbsrleston, S. C., Sava.oab and Augusta, Gao.
SA AC A. MKAGEN,
COT-TOff S BSD.
on ??snits-wrR? Mctso?f.
.JvJ ,t tLMa?rlaa?aL
7R B??a!.Boy? Pr^?e, ^
at IUI per bnsbel.
1X0, &*, Saater, !
Ladies ! ! !
F. A. FOLSOM I
OFFERS YOU] BARGAINS IN v
Fancy Goods, and almost anything In <?>
your lin?. Keeps Corsets, Gloves, .?
Hdkfs.. Hosiery, Laces, Em- $
broidery, Trimminga, Y
Bair Nets, Hair Pins
Sewing Cotton, <?>
a good arti- <??
Emb'dy Silk? and Cotton, Ruffling*, Y
Chignons, Ribbons, White Goods, ^
Calicoes, Needles, Everything !
AT REDUCED PRICES. Y
My Confectionery, |
The first established in Sumter, $
Is always supplied with! <p
CUOICB CANDIES, FRUITS, 4>
Nuts, Cakes, Crackers, Ac, X
and Toys, in variety. X
TEA.-.$1 25. %
Candy Reduced io;30 cts.|per t
lb. from this day. $
? Jan 4 F. A. FOLSOM. ?
FALL AND WINTER
I wm now receiving a Large and
Complete Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
OF EVE&Y D3SCRIPTI0N.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS,
Kentuckey Jeans, of low grades and very
Gloves and Cravats,
ALSO A;FULL SUPPLY AND VARIETY 0
These Goods I am determined to sell lower
than they can be bonght in this market. Dott?
ing in this IVne alone, I ?rn enabled to d.> this.
I only ask my old friends to call and examine,
and if they do not find my goods cheaper, I will
not expect them to boy.
D. J. WINN. Agent.
Main-si. tinder Sumter Hotel.
L. P. LORING,
Messrs. Zing & f?uppmaii,
BALTIKIORB, M. Bs.
Would leepectfuliy solicit the patronage of bis
friends ead th? public
HE HAS IN STORE A COMPLETE
Stock of Hardware and
embracing every ?rti?*l? in this lin? of business,
which he intends to sell at th?
LOWEST pu ICES, roa CASH.
Be will keep always io store, a complete assert
Collin's Axes, Ames* Shovels and Spades,
Trace Chains, Hoe.?,
Rakes, Pitch F?rka,
Grain Cradles, Scythe Blades,
Pocket and Table Cuttarr,
Bra?* Preserving Kettles,
Tia Ware, Window Ulara-all sizes.
Persons in want of the most convenient and
economical Stores, ?aa be supplied with the
latest improved patterns at prices which cannot
fail to give ?utile satisfaction.
Sumter Bool: Sore.
LETTER PAPER, 10 cents, per quire
Fools Cap pnptr. 75 '?nts. per qu>rc
Blank Bo^aend Diaries for 1S71.
Writing Desks and Work Box?*.
Heir Brushes end To<-th Brushes.
Combs and Fancy Articles.
A iarce lut ?f Miscellaneous Bouka,
Aad Cheap Novell, atrbdUeed rites.
Jaa lt A. WHITE A CO.
CLEANING ASO Sf0C?UXG
Ifould respectfully announce ti? the eitixeis of
S '-inter County, that bo has taken a rccm ia tb?
rear of Jame? Ratlly's Barb r Shop, ea Main
Street.. H? will be pleased u ?u>a4 teeny werk
entrusted tc b ?uv ana prommeslcgive eat ire sat
isfeetion, and t? ?ark at prir*s to sett tb? times
Any ene having clothing they; wish rtooTarcd
WW ?!?**. ?eJL ABRAHAM PO*EWL.
Feb!? . isa
THE SUBSCRIBER INFORMS HIS
' Friends and Customers that he has revived
?nd will continue to receive
XE W A XD CHEA P Fi'RXI Ti'RE,
TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Iii.? Stock consists of almost every ariic!c in that
SOFAS. SIDE-BOARD?, BOOK-CASES,
Wardrobe.*. Extention Tables,
Sitting ?nd Rocking Chair?, of every kind
Crib?, Cradles,Trundles Cottage Ued?tcads
JUST REC T l VED
Some more of thoso CIIEAP COTTAGE SETS.
Meat Safes, Window Shade? and Wall
Papering-ail low for CASH.
J. ?. Snares.
Main Street, opposite Express Ofic*
Entrance from Stair CPS*on Main S;reet to
Notice to Planters.
THOSE PLASTERS WHO HAVE PAID UP
their Liens, and who need supplies, will for?
ward their applications, and see if they can meet
our conditions for another year.
Planters need not apply until they have paid
up or have secured bslances.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO..
Factors, Charleston, S. C.
Parties who wish to make application, or ?e.
cure balances will call on,
GEO. E. TAYLOR.
Sumter, S. C.
HAVING REMOVED MY OFFICE TO
Messrs. GREEN & WALSMTS Store,
I can be found at all times ready to attend to
any business in my line.
GEO. E. TAYLOR.
Feb 1 4m
THE SUBSCRIBER, AGENT FOR
the Wando Company, in Sumter County,
earnestly'request all those who have not yet
paid up,| to call and settle promptly as U ia
necessary that they should coso. The Company
requires me to give this noii.-e.
JL HE OFFICE ON COURT nOUSS.SQUARE
formerly occupied by the Sumter Netra.
A. A. SOLOMONS.
A HIS invaluable Family Medicine, for pnrify
ine. cleansing, removing ba.i odors* in all kinds
of sickness ; fr burns, sores, wounds, stings:
t\-r Erysipelas, rheumatism, ?r.djaII?sK?ii diseases,
for catarrh, sore mouth, pore ihroi t, dipt! ?ri? ;
for colic, diarrhoea, c! olera : as a tirsh tc soften
and beautify ?the ?kin : to r'n.'vc irk spets,
mildew, fruit ?tains : taken ntenmllv as well ai
appt?ej externally ; so h'ghly rrcommended by
nil who have used it - i.? for ?ale hv nt! Drocpst?
and C 'unt'y'tMerchants. ?nd rai y rn >;Hercd
dircrtlv of tho
DA.HBV PROPHYLACTIC (.O..
161 WOIiaa Street. N.T.
?.' P. HOYT,
P. HOYT, HITER, S C
?"^7"OULD respectfully inform hi? frin.ds
and the public of Sumter, and adjfi liing count KS*,
that he has recently received * ebvtee ??Kc
LADIES' AND GENTLE M ENS'
Wa1;o Ix os,
SPECTACLES, kc, kc.
His stock em?>ra jcs all the late.-t >?ylea, nd
will bo soty al reasonable rates.
MISSE. P. BRITTON
WCrLD RESPECTFULLY I NV. TB
her friends, ?nd parficti'. riv fha
ladies cf Sumter and commu?
nity to cull and exatr.ia
Her Rich and Beautiful Stock
and Fancy Goods.
Hartog selected her goods persornlly, aid
with great esr?. In the New York and Knl-im?*?
markets, ?he feels confident of pVaslrg n'l. both
as regards quality, rt vie and pri.'c. \t unal,
taero are UNI ny non Ute* for the MM<<H.
MISS "BRITTON ia ropr!i.*l wiri, ? FIRST
CLASS MILLINER ?nd a DRESS MAKEH.
fro? Baltimore, wh" ar? well qu.u.' .1 't* tr-?
bovines*. The lushton* procurai, in VttrYi-rs;.
Ladie?, c?ll ?nd I av? your Drisee- a ?td tfutt
made in the latest styles.
. Papvr pi?trm? of Dresses. S-rtjcr? c.d ort rr
articles of dr*--* may bc had.
At the Htw Store ntx: to J. T. . OL<>.*4< K J