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The Sumter Watchman,
WEDgngSDAY, MARCH 8>
VT*. Y. PAXTON - - BUSINESS MANAGER^
2?B" AU Transient Advertisements, and all
Job Work aunt ba paid for in cash. This wili
bo observed without distinction. Subscriptions
.re also payable in ad vanee.
Applications for Job Work will be made,
at the office, to Taos. E. FLOWERS.
The WATCHMAN books are in the keeping of W.
T. PAXTON, who will receipt for monies due and
attend to all matters connected with the Adver- ;
using or Subscription departments.
??B* Our Advertising friends aro requested to j
send in their favors not later than Monday.
SUMTER MAIL ARRAN G EM EM TS. I
CHANCE OF SCHEDULE.
Northern, 3:15 P. M. 12:45 P. M.
Southern, 11:30 P. M. 4:20 P. M.
Manning, on Mon
day and Thursday, 8:00 A. M. ? 5:00 P. M.
Bi?h'ville on Mon.
day and Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M.
Office Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M.
Mails clo;o on Sundays at ll o'clock, A. M.
Office open from 4:30 to 5:30 P. ia.
T. B. JOHNSON, P. M.
January 25th, 1871. tf
.JTHK COMING SPRING?
For some days, or weeks past, we
have haJ charming premonitions of the
coming lovely spring time. The balmy
breath of Heaven, warmed into softer
aod sweeter zephyrs by the glorious
t-un. The gentle springing grass
peeping from neath the dead garniture
of thc fields, (promising again the
expanse of emerald meadow,) and
fringing the side walks. The feathered
warbler, as he greets the morning light
with his inimitable song. The burst?
ing buds, and the modest peach and
plumb blossom, scenting thc air, with
their perfume of promised fruit. The
gentle showers, and the milder voice of
"Jove's dread thunders.'' All these
cow tell that nature is preparing to
merge from her seclusion, and come
forth again, clothed in her gorgeous
robes, to adorn the earth, and gladden
the heart of maa-like a bride arrayed
for her lord. And should not man's
emotions move with responsive impulse ?
Should he not look into nature's smiling
face, and there see reflected the benefi?
cent smiles of Nature's God ? And
?i rec ting Lis glance upward to the
"bespangled heavens," discover pictured
there thc wonderful majesty and per?
fection, glory and power, love and mer?
cy of the Creator?
Let not mao, then, bow his head with
fear and dread ; but, conscious of his
integrity, cf the image in which he was
created, and of his immortality, of hts
intellectual powers, of his high and
noble calling, ?nd of thc superintending
love and care of the Great Father above,
move cn to life's labors and strussles
and disappoint nts, with energy and
with manly courage and with hope and
faith. As the spring time surely comes
to smile upon thc earth, and drive away
thc sombre garb aud chilling blasts of
winter-as sunshine succeeds cloud, so
may mac's heart ever and anon merge
from gloom and sadness and come again
into thc ble&icd experience of joy and
Monday last (sales-day) the crowd in
town was comparatively small ; but we
beard more about iiard times and thc
scarcity of money than have greeted
our ears before for some time. It
seemed to bc almost thc universal cry .
and we could but feel a deep sympathy
with the people. Applications for
"advances" were never more numerous
since the war, our merchants tell us,
with Irss ability to meet the demand.
Surely our people should take heed to
their course, from thc present ex?
HACKING SHADE TREES.
Wc regard this as nothing short of
barbarity. The individual who could
deliberately hack and mutilate, and scar
and wound the lovely oaks of our town,
bas no soul to appreciate the sentiment
or music of " W cod man spare that tree,"
and to render it to the ears of such
would be like "casting pearl before
swine." We are glad to see that our
"City Fathers," watchful of the beauty
and comfort of the town, have put forth
theirprmiunciammto on the subject.
Let the penalties thereof be swiftly
visited upon all offenders in this direct?
NEXT YEARS 21 EAT Ul THE PEN.
Said a substantial, well-doing farmer
to us the other day : "My hogs for
next winter's killing are now in thc pen.
We cannot depend upon allowing our
meat hogs to run out. When I empty
my pens for the smoke house, I put in
at once for the next year. I keep my
pens well littered, and I believe that
the manure taken from those pens and
applied to the soil will make as much
corn as my hogs consume between what,
is known as the fattening season."
Here was a fact, thought we, and an
idea, worth knowing and acting upon
generally in this county. The country
is now actually suffering for tho want
of bacon, with little or DO money to buy
it, and yet the means of borne supply
and independence in this respect are
within the grasp of every farmer. The
gentlemen alluded tp always raised
bis bacon, and .bad enough of it.
PR EPJRATTONI FOB PLajTTTNG
Aie generally behind ia thia section,
and yet, we learned, on Monday, that a
certain planter near Bishop vi i le, began
to plant oom on that day. But Bishop
op ville, yea know, good reader, is always
ahead in snob matters.
HcKAGEN'S DBCG STOKE.
The decided improvements recently
made at this establishment, we doubt
not, ha7e been observed by many. The
neat arrangement around the shelves,
and tbe convenient facilities for com?
pounding Medicines. Thc stock, too,
which has been largely increased. Mr.
GEO. P. MCKAOEN, recently or Man?
ning, returns again to the business at
Sumter with his brother and may now
be there found.
NEW STYLE WINDOW SHADES.
Mr. J. E. STJARES, Furniture Deal?
er, has some new Window Shades,
advertised by him on another column,
that are worthy of notice. They are
handsome and convenient. He keeps
up his stock of Furniture, also his gen?
eral Stock of Merchandise.
THE CAROLINA FERTILIZER.
The pamphlet issued the present year
by Messrs. Geo. W. WILLIAMS & Ce.,
the proprietors of this popular fertilizer,
contains much scientific information in
regard to the pbosphatio deposits from
which it is manufactured. We are in?
debted to them for a copy of it.
Their supplement, distributed through
our circulation last week, was also
worthy of notice, and we beg now to
refer our readers back lo it.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
We learn that Mr. A. WHITE,
Agent, at Sumter, for the Germanic
Fire Insurance Company, of New York,
promptly paid to Mr. DANIEL FOX
WORTH, the amount of loss recently sus.
taiued by the burning of hisgio bouse, a
few miles from Sumter. The payment was
made in less time than tho limit fixed.
COST OF RAISING COTTON.
At the New Orleans lair last April,
the cost to produce a pound of cotton
was discussed. The conclusion reached
was, that on the best alluvial soils, in a
good season and with close management,
ten cents will make a pound ; but on
the average upland, and with the
average economy the planter looses when
he does not receive ld cents per pound.
ADJOURNMENT OF THE LEGISLA*.
Tuesday, the 7th (yesterday) was
fixed upon for the adjournment of the
Legislature. Up to the time of going
to press, we see nothing about an ex?
tension of thc time again, and suppose
that our legislators have let go the
public teat for a little while.
SUPPLY AND CONSCRIPTION OF
The Savannah Morning News, of
March 3, contains an able article on
this interesting subject, from tho pen
of Mr. J. N. CARUOZO, whose articles
un subjects pertaining to political
economy, finance and iuterna'.ional poli?
tics, have through many years been
recognized as among th? ablest con?
< ri butions to tho Southern press. Our
om humble columns have given forth
the scintillations of bis genius, ?ad we
hope soon to be permitted to greet other
original communications from him.
Should our space permit, wc will gladly
give place to the article io question,
which the author has kindly put in our
The Charleston Courier, of a recent
date, says that Judge GRAHAM deserves
the well done of that community for bis
admirable charge to the Grand Jury of
that city on the subject of official cor?
ruption. Ho advised the jury to look
into thc affairs of thc County Commis?
sioners, Trial Justices, and all whose
acts come within their purview.
DEATH OF BISHOP ANDREW.
Later intelligence, through an extra
of the Baltimore Episcopal Mctliadist,
announces the death of the venerable
and beloved bishow Andrew, at Mobile,
on the second day of March.
KS* Coffee, Bacon and Pork. See the
advertisements of F. W. KEBCHNER,.
CONGHESMB AN BOWEN OBTAINS
DIVORCE IN CONNETICUT.
The New York Herald says :
It has just been ascertained here
that Christopher C. Bowen, ?he member
of Congress from Charleston, S. C., ob-?
tained a divorce in New Haven at the
last October term of the Superior Court,
before Judge Phelps. On Saturday.
?alt, A. D. Osborne, Clerk of the Cc*rt
for that county, received a letter from j
George P. Fisher, the District Attorney
ol the District of Colombia, asking if
Christopher C. Bowen bad not obtained
. divorce in New Haven. Upon ex
amtning tbe records it was found that a
decree was granted Bowen on the 22d
of November of last, divorcing bim from
Francis Boweo, of Augusta, Ga. The
petition was dated September 7, ?87Q,
.od with it was a retain showing (bat
one J. B. Williams swore btfore a no?
tary, named Samuel Iron, in-Brooklyn.
N. Y., that he served aeopr of the pe?
tition upon Francis Bowen in Augusta,
Ga., on the 20tb^pUmberT*Tbe at
twtatioo bears date of - Septembar 27.
Tbe petition waa greeted upon the evi?
dences of Bowen or ft Dei jtwoftaijog
him, and that of the nan WUjitB?.
The petition wee brougbt bi tir Atter
ney, Charles H. Fowler, who wMftd W
the Randolph case. It ia aapp?eed thai
a copy of the decree ie to. be used in
the next trial of Bowe? for biguny. ,
?*> Mr; W.; H. ToungV cf Oolnn,bft8; Ga.
says of DA ?BT's PROPHYLACTIC Fitina . **1
consider ifoaporUnt fcgrfc to bc wilbert it."
Dr. Tait's Lleer Pills. "
Asa purgative medicine stands iiirivalled
Their action ii uniform, certain and sale. They
are entirely Vegetable, and do not cause those
griping pains that most Pilla do.
$3f- More than 500,000 people beartcstimony
to the wonderful curative effects of Dr. Pierce's
Alt. Bxt or Golden medical Disco very; for
palpitas lion or irregular action of the heart, all
..vera, acqute or lingering Coughs, and for
"Liver Complaint" or "Bilioosaea" it is unequal
I ed. Sold by all druggists._
The micros cope shows tba color of tba hair dae
to a deposition of pigment in ita substance.
When the hair glands become enfeebled, this
pigment fails. One after another the hairs be?
come white, or (all ont, producing baldness.
Baldness is easy to prevent but hard to care.
Ayer's Hair Vigor stops it, even restares the
hair sometimes , always res .ores its color. Im?
mediate renovation is at on o visible : softness,
freshness and the gloss of youth. Tl is great
ornament should be preserr id since it ein be by
Ayer's Hair Vigor, which is beautifully 'dean and
free from anything injuri?os to the hair. [Tri.
bane, Springville, N. T.
Travellon 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 such cases.\pfce soon as yon feel the
By m toms, take one teaspoonful in a gill of new,
milk and molasses and fill of hot water, stir well
together and drink hot. Bepeat the dose every
hour until relieved. If the pains be severe
bathe the bowels and back with the medicine
In cases of Asthma and Phthisic, take a teas?
poonful in a gill of bot water sweetened -well
with molasses ; also bath? tba throat and stom?
ach faithfully with the medici ie, clear.
Dr. Sweet says it takes out the soreness in
cases of boneselting faster than anything be
Fishermen so often exposed to burts by having
their skin pierced with hooks, and fins of fish,
can be relieved by bathing with the Pain Killer
as soon ss the accident occurs ; in this way the
anguish is soon abated , bathe as often ss once in
five m i DU tes, cay tb tee or four times, and yon
will seldom bave ar y trouble.
The bites and scratches of dogs and eats are
soon eared by bathing with the Palo Killer
In again calling attention to j oar valuable
wo do so with renewed confidence, lt having been
before the people of the Sooth for over three
years, and its largely increasing sales proves its
Wo have recently much improved it by the ad?
dition of a foreign
AROMATIC AND RESTORATIVE HERB,
which, together with its other wellknown and ap?
proved iogredietts, and
PURE RYE WHISKEY,
made expressly for as, renders
The most delightful TONIC.
APPETIZER INVlGORANT end DYSPEPTIC
before the people, and as a Preventive ead cate j
CHILLS AND FEVER
Sumter Bitters aro not offered as a
but for those diseases fjr which it is especially
HAS NO EQUAL.
Try it once sod yon at ll never be without it in
Fer eale by all Druggists, Grocers ead Dealers
HOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, Proprietors,
And Wholesale Druggists,
CharlesCon, 8- C.
DE. A. J. CHINA,
March 1_Agent Sumter S. C
Cheering; Pareta tor the Ballone.
Every day dem?nstrales more clearly that liv?
er complaint, in all its distrtssing forms, can be
controlled and cared without difficulty or incon?
venience. It is an obstinate disease, but its obsti?
nacy ia not proof against! the pertinacious, reme?
dial aad restorative < peiation of Hoetettere
Stomach Bittars. That genial corr . ccompeU
the organ to do ita dui*. It nutt secrete regularly
and healthfully andar tb? inloeaoe of the Bitten.
Their action brings it bach from a state of rebel?
lion into perfect harmony with the laws of health.
U there is costiveness,^ disappears; if there is
side-ache or back-ache, it ceases ; if the skin ead
the whites of the eyes are tia ged with superfluous
bile, they recover their nalani hue ; if the appe
tire is goie, it reutmt; if the -digestion is im?
paired, ilia restored; in brief, whatever the symp?
toms of the complaint may be, and whatever the
phase it has assumed, a car? ts, certain. Such
are the uniform effects of this preparation where !
bilious disease has been already developed ; but
in cases where there ia. merely a constitutional
tendency to liver complaint, it may be prevented
throogboet Uh ty the regular use, ia small quao-J
tifies, of this pei? Ubi? ndiisote. These are proven j
facts, ead should be seriously pondered-or,
rather, they should be promptly acted apon-by
all persons of bilious habit. j
' ' ' ' \ ' Bj ? " v/ \?
Architect, County Snsveyor,
WILL i AITSND IO-AN Y B?biN ESS E&-<
trusted to bim with accuracy and dispatch.
Befen to FOBS OB FRIENDS, t
Address, Manchester, S. C.
Oct. ?9._ t
SOAP ?KD CAJ?DLES,
200 m -* ^
For Bile hy
Marah S- 7. W. EBBQBBIB,
Books art JtagfjUte
Oe ie EDWABD PERRY,
US Keetlog-atraet, oppoaiks Chart**" Betel
[ Stew, Advertisements.
Thc extensive use of these watches for tho laat
fifteen veers by Railway Conductors, Engineers
and Expressmen, (he most exacting of watch
wearers, has thorough!/ demonstrated the
strength, steadiness, durability and ?cuuracy of
th? Waltham Watch. To satisfy that class in all
these respects, is to decide the question ss to the
real vale? of these time-keepers.
Vere thea 509,000 of these watches are now
speaking for themselves in the pockets of the
people-a proof end a guarantee of their snperi
o: ?ty ever all others.
The soperior organization and great extent of
tba Company's Works at Waltham, enables them
to produce watches at a price which renders
competition futile, and those who buy any other
watch morely pay ?from 25 to 50 per cent more
for their watches than is uecessaay.
These time-pieces combine every improrement
that along experience has proved of real prac?
tical ase. Having had tte refusal of nearly
every invention in watch-making originated in
this country or in Europe, only those were finally
adopted which severe testing by the most ekil
fall artisans in oar works, end long use on the
part of the pablie, demonstrated to be essential to
correct and enduring time-keeping.
Among the many improvements we would par?
The invention and ase of a centre pinion o
peculiar construction, to prevent damage, to the
train by the breakage of main-springs, is original
with the American Watch Company, who, having
had the refusal of all other contrivances, adopted
Fogg's patent pinion as being the best and fault?
Hardened and tempered hair-springs, now
universally admitted by Watchmakers to bo the
best, arc used in all grades of Waltham Watch?
All Waltham Watches have dust proof caps,
protecting the movement from dust, and loosening
the necessary of the frequent cleaning necessary
in other watches.
Oar new patent stem-wind jr, or keyless watch
is already a decided aaecess, end a great im?
provement on any stem-winding watch in tho
American market, and by far the ebeapest watch
of its quality now offered to tha pablie. To those
living ia portions of the United States where
watchmakers do not abound, watches with the
above mentioned improvements which tend to
ensure accuracy, cleanliness, durability and con?
venience, must prove invaluable.
The trademarks of the various styles made by
the Company are as follows :
AMERICAN WATCH Co., Waltham, Mass.
A*N. WATCH CO., Waltham, Mass.
Ai ERIC AN WATCH CO., Crescent St., Waltham,
APPLETON, TRACT A Co., Waltham, Mass,
AMERICA* WATCH Co., Adams St., Waltham,
WALTHAM WATCH CO., Waltham, Mass.
P. S. BARTLSTT, Waltham Mass.
Wv. ELLERT, Waltham, Mass.
Hove WATCH Co., Boston, Mass.
Examine the spelling of these names carefully
before buying, Any variation even of a single
Utter, indicates a counterfeit.
Por sale by all leading jewelers. No watches
retailed by the Company.
An illustrated history of watch-maktog, con?
taining much useful information to Watch-wcarors
sent to any address on application.
ROBBINS dc APPLETON,
General Aeentafor American Watch Co.,
182 Broadway, New York.
Hand and Machine Sewing,
J & FLOATS'
SIX-CORD IN ALL NUMBERS,
From No. 8 to No. 100 inclusive.
FOR SALB BY
All Deaiere in Dry Goods and Notions.
DR. S, S. FITCH'S FAMILY PilYeYCIAN
90 pages ,* sent by mail free. Tesche?
bow to cure all diseases of theporson, skin, hair,
eyes, complexion. Write to 7IA broadway, N. T.
A Great Offer . 131 Broadway N.Y.,
will dispose of One Hundred PIANOS, M BLOWGUNS,
and One ASS of .ix first-class makers, including
Waters', at EXTREMELY LOW PRICKS, FOR CASH,
DUKING THIS MONTH, or will take a part cash and
balance in monthly or quarterly ina'allments.
BLOOMINGTON (ILL) NURSERY.
19th Year. 6(>0 Aeras. IS Greenhouses. Largest
Assortment-all sites. Best Stock ! Low Prices !
Would yon know What, When, How to Plant !
Fruit, Shad?, Evergreen Trees, Root Grafts,
Seedlings, Osage Plants, Apple Seed, Early Rose
Potatoes, Shrubs, Roses. G reen house and Garden
Plants, ?e., A. Flower aod Vegetable Seeds !
Finest, Best collection-Sorts and quality. Send
10 eents for New, Illustrated. Descriptive Cata?
logue-90 pagej. Send stamp, each, for Cata
logres of Seeds, with plain directions-64 pages;
Bedding and Garden Plants*-32 pages, and
Wholesale Price List-24 pages. Address F. K.
PHCEXIX, Bloomington, Illinois.
I A. B. FARQUHAR,
Proprietor ?f P.nwylvanis Agricultura! Works,
Manufacturer of Improved [YORK, PXSM'A.
JP STEEL PLOWS, SHOVEL
fe BB ' - FLOW BLADES,
Wj Boan-Powana, THUXSE
SfpO??^ Ses. for Etonied CiUktjie.
POE 1$ PEE UNE,
We will insert an advertisement
In Ten First Class
South Carolina Newspapers,
Including One Daily.
We refer te the publisher of this paper, to
whom our responsibility is walt known.
LIST SEffT FREE.
Address GBO. P. ROWELL A CO.,
Noe. 40 A 41 Park Bow, New York.
s TO $ia PEE DAY So" S
who engage in oar new business make from $5
te $10 per day la their own localities. Poll
particulars and Instructions tent free by mail.
Those in need of permanent, profitable work,
should address at once, GEORGE STIN80N
A CO., Pyticed, Maine._
EMPLOYMENT for All.
?Q A SALARY. PER WEEK AND
(JfUv expenses, psid Agents, to aell oar new
and osefal discoveries. Address B. SW EST A
Qo^ Marshall M lek. - _
?pMFW>YMKNT, Beetuese lor all-Best In
Vi daetrial 8-page Newspaper. M eta. per
year. Send stamp for copy. PATENT STAR,
Boston, Mass. .
r^?D?vaV BROS.. Manufacturers of Cheap
? Jewelry. Circular aent free. So. Attleboro,
IMA WE T "VEGETABLE IMA
Pulmonary Balsam." IO Iv
Th? t ldstandard remedy for Coughs, Cold?, COB
sumption. "Xothiug Utter." Censa 13sus. A
Co., Boston. _
PSYCBOMA??CY.-Any lady or gentleman
can make $1,000 a month, secure their own
iappine;s and independence, by obtaining PSY
CHOMANCY, PASCTNATION, or SOUL
CHARMING. 400 pages j cloth. Full instruc?
tions to we (his power over mee or animale at
rill, bow to Mesmerise, become Trance or Wrii
iag Mediums, Divinstion, Spiritualism, Alchemy,
Philoaopy of Omens ead Dreams. Brigham
in ele tb fl ?5. paper covers tl. Any parson
deairoBi of genteel employment should send for
the book, enclosing 1$ ?ts. for peetaae, to T- W.
BYASS A CO., 41 Bevtfc 8th 8t-, PhilaaWpUia
TO THE WORKING CLASS.-We are now
prepared to furnish all classes with constant
employment at home, the whole of tho timo or
for the spare moments. Business new, light, and
profitable. Persons of either sex easily earn
f-om 50c. to $5 per evening, and a proportional
sum by devoting their whole time to the business.
Boys and girls earn nearly as much as men.
That all who see this notice may send their ad?
dress, and test the business, we make the un?
paralleled offer : To such ss aro not well satis
fied, we will send $1 to pay for the tronble of
writing. Full particulars, a valuable sample
which will do to commence work on, at. J a copy
of Thc Peoplc't Literary Companion-one of the
largest and best family newspapers ever published
-all sent free by mail. Reuder, if you want
permanent, profitable work, address
E. C. ALLEN, A CO., AUGUSTA, .'?Ats?.
AVOID QUACKS.-A victim of early indis?
cretion, causing nervous dsbili'.y, premature
decay, Ac, having tried in vain every advertised
remedy, has a simple means of self-cure, which
be will send free to bis fellow-sufferers. Ad?
dress J. H. TUTTLE, 78 Nassau st.. New York.
GREAT MEDICAL BOOK and FRENCH
SECRETS for Ladies and Gents. Sent
free for 2 stamps. Dr. Bonaparte A Co., Cin?
SPRING AND SUMMER
Millinery and Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONGTCATOR & co.,
IVPOBTBB3 ABD JOBBEBS OP
Bonnet, Trimming and Velvet Ribbons,
Bonnet Silks, Satins and Velvets,
Blonds, Netts. Crapes, Ruebes,
Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments,
Straw Connels and Ladies' Hats-Trim?
med and Untrimmed,
Shaker Hoods, Ac.
237 and 239 BALTIMORE STREET,
Offer the largest Stock to be found in this
country, and unequalled in choice variety and
cheapness, comprising tho latest European Nov?
Orders solicited and prompt attention given
THE FIRM OF
RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR j
Friends and the public, that they aro constantly ]
Of the Best Quality, and all Articles]
usually found in a Drug Store.
The business of tho House, comprising
Pharmacy and Prescription Stand,\
will be under tho special charge of Major J. B
RUSSELL who brings to his aid an experience of]
EIGHTEEN YEARS in tho chemical combina?
tion of Medicines.
Prompt and careful attention will be given to j
Prescriptions, and Medicines for the same can
be relied on as pure and of the best quality.
DRUG STORE, CORNER OF
Main and Republican Streets.
Bring the Cash
Ml 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 VERT
SMALL PROFIT FOR CASH.
He is compelled to make his;
and hopes one and all will
SATE THEIR FEELINGS!
AND NOT ASK FOR CREDIT.
DR. A. J. CHINA,
A. ANDERSON k CO.,
SUMTER, S C.
Jan 4, 1871._tf
French and Music.
MISS L. M. WALKER propose t giving les?
sons ??French end Music, should a class of flee
or more he formed. Misa WALKER had the ad?
vantage of studying French nuder Dr. Faber
(now of S. C. University,) whose long residence
lo France nude that language easy and familiar
as bis vernacular; and she afterward studied in
one of the mott justly celebrated schools ia the
whole Mississippi Valley-'"Science Hill," at
Sbtlbyville, Ky. Mrs. Tevis, (who wir.1i ber
sew dasseiad husband founded Seien co Hill
?ere thea forty years age, end who ie (till its
veteraa Prioeipal,) ia giriag Mist WALKER a
eertlteote ef capacity ead aptness, aliud? par?
ticularly te ber correct prononciation.
Apply at thia Methodist Parsonage ia Sumter. '
Green (i Walsh
BY LATE ARRIVALS OUR STOCK
OF DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &c,
is complete in all departments. Our
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.
Butler, Mountain ard Goshen,
Cheese, Pearl ilominey, Bolted Meal,
GREEN & WALSH.
Satin Cloth, a new article for Ladies Dresses.
ASSORTMENT OF DRESS GOODS ta Town.
At GREEN A WALSH'S
Ail Wool Merinos, De La i ces and Empress Cloths.
OF ALL KINDS. THE LATEST STYLES.
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Aipaccas-all kind?, colors and qualities.
NEW STYLE HOOP SKIRT
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Silks, Poplins, Scotch Plaids and Fancy Delaines.
Shawls and Cloaks,
At GREEN & WALSH'S.
Cloaks and Shawls of all qualities.
AND HATS, of all kinds,
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
Largest Assortment of Harness ia Sumter. Coate
an J see it.
AND WHIPS, of best quality,
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
S idJ!cs add Bridles to suit every one.
AND HARDWARE, at retail and wholesale,
At GREEN A WALLU'S.
Another Lot of those New Style Hats.
BY PURCHASING TUE NON EXPLOSIVE
KEROSINE LAMPS, to ba had only
At GREEN A WALSH'S.
China and Glass Ware.
Crockery of all kinda
OF COHN. BACON, LARD, HAMS AND
3UTTER, COFFEE, TKA and SUGAR,
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, HOSIER'S
hnd DU USS GOODS, .'ust received at as?
tonishingly low pi
By 'JKEEN A WALSH.
Mile's Boots and Shoes. King's Ladies Shoes
New Tork Exchange,
BOUGHT AND SOLD BY
GREEN A WALSH.
Bargains in Bemnants,
At GREEN A WALSH*
Pionier'* otcing us for Supplies art
requested lo meet their obliga-'
tions promptly t as this
is the time of th? year toe need om
money. Jf you do n<yt leish to
sett Cotton^ tee viii ship and hold ii
GREEN & WALSII.
We ar? prepared to pay the OIGHB6I
CASH PRICE FOR COTTON, OR
AND HOLD WHEN DESIRED, making
CASH ADVANCES ON SAME.
Oreen & Walsh
DEALERS EN 8ENERAL IILWHAIWItt
: - . ? . . . u- -.' . ?
! Ladies I ! |
I F.-A. FOLSOM I
O- OFFERS YOU BARGAINS IN V
? Fnncy Goods, and almost anything in
Syour line. Keeps Corsets, (> loves, "
Hdkfs., Hosiery. Laces, Eui- $
Y broidery, Trimmings, ^
X Bair Nets, Hair Pins
O Sewing Cotton, .?>
a good arti- <>
cle at 5c. ^
Emb'dy Silks ?nd Cotton, Ruffling!, %
Chignons, Ribbons, White Good?, <j>
Calicoes, Needles, Everything ! ^
AT REDUCED PRICES. ^
My Confectionery, $
The first established in Suinter, X
Is always supnlicdjwith O
CHOICE CANDIES, FR LITS, ?
Nuts. Cakes. Crackers, Ac, %
and Toys, in variety. %
>. Candy Reduced to;30 cts.;per %
fib. from Utis?day. %
Jan 4 F. A. FOLSOM. ?
FALL AND WINTER
I am now receiving a Large and
Complete Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS,
Eentnekey Jean?, of low grados and very
Un der ve? ts,
Glores and Crarats,
ALSO A FULL SUPPLY AND VARIETY O
These Goods I am determined to sell lower
than they can be bought in this market. Deal?
ing in this lire alone, I am enabled to do 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 buy.
D. J. WIM. Agent.
tfain-st. under Sumter Hotel.
L. P. LORING,
Messrs. King & Hnppman,
BALTIMORE, M. D.
Wonld respectfully solicit the patronage of his
friends and the public
HE HAS IN STORE A COMPLETE
Stock of Hardware and
embracing ertry article in this line of business,
which ho iuteads to sell at tho
LOWEST PRICES, FOR CASH?
He will keep always in store, a complete assort?
Collin's Axes, Amos' Shovels and Spades,
Trace Chains, Hoes,
Rakes. Pitch Forks.
Grain Cradles, Scythe Blades,
Pocket acd Table Cattery,
Brass Preserving Kettles,
Tin Ware, Window Olaf a-all sizes.
Parsons in want of the moat convenient and
economical Stoves, ean be supplied with the
latestimproved patteras at prices which cannot
fail to givo entire satisfaction.
Would call spe^ia' attention to the LARGEST
and BEST stock of
OFFERED IN TIIIS MARKET.
As Burners, Rims, Wicks, Chimneys, Shades,
Ac, in great variety always on band.
New Safety Burner.
Call and examine it.
CANDIES from 20 cents to $1 25 per p-unJ.
FANCY GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUP?
J. N. SPANK, Agent,
AT DARGAN'S LATE STAND.
Sumter leek i?ci e.
LETTER TAPER. 10 cents, per f|'?re.
Fools Cap paper. 15 -enla. per qnire.
Bleak Booka and Diaries for 1871.
Writing Desk? and Work Boxe?.
Hair Brushes and Tooth Brashes.
Comba and Faney Anieles.
A ?arr* lot ?f Mieoel)ar,e?os Books,
And C'icap Novels, atreduced rites.
Jaa 18 A. WHITE 4 CO.
QA BUSHELS PURE DICKSON,
OU et $2.50 per bu.--hal.
TC Bushels Boyd Prolific,
.J at $1.50 per bushel.
Inquire of !.. P. LORING, E.-q., Sumter,
or direct fr?m
Feb 1-Sm* Manchester, S. C.
For Sale or Bent
ATRACT OF LAND near Providence, in
Somier County, con tain ir g 23S erres, lately
owned by C C. Jaeksoa, and purchased by
him frota Beiwar*] L. Marrey ead Wi'e, Terms
aeeoseraoAatfag. Apply te Ricbard.-on A Son, at
bo ss te?, 8*> Ca k
G. W% WITTR.
Fet/l?- t? ?
THE SUBSOKIBER INFORMS IIIS
? Friends ?nd Custctners that he has received
and will continue to receive
NE W A ND CHEA P Fl R NJ Tl Ii IS,
TO SUIT THE TIM KS.
His Stock consists of almost every article in that
line, viz :
SOFAS. SIDE-BOARD-'. BOOK-CASKS,
Wardrobe*. Eaten Lion Ta?;?.s
Sitting ami Rocking Chair*, of every kird
Crib?, Cradles,Trundles Cottage Bedsteads
Some moro of those CHEAP COTTAGE SETS.
Meat Safe?, Window Sha.?ci tad ?Vail
Papering-all low for CASU.
J. E. Snares,
MatH Street, opposite Expresa Otftec
Entrance frc m Stair Cf ?on Main Sircct t->
O. F. HOYT.
P, HOYT, Mill, S G.
"^7"0ULD respcctfally inform bis friends
and the public of Sumter, and adjoining counties,
that he bas recently received a choice selec?
LADIES' AND GENTLE ?MENS'
SPECTACLES, &c, &c,
His stock embraces all the latest styles, and
will be sold at reasonable rates.
F. HALTOM FOLSOM^
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
SUMTER, S. C.
Calls thc attention of Ibo puLlic to his estort
Jewelry, Spccted -',
and a Fine Article of SILVER PLATED WARE,
Bridal Pn-5< sf. .tc.
Persons pnirbaein** of him can rc-: n.?it:re<l .:!'
petting articKs a< represented. Ali work in lay
line neatly repaired and guaranteed.
Remoce*! to the Ston reeentltf txxvpted
by Express C<>it*povtf.
Wot LD RESPECTFULLY INVITE
he fricada, nnd parto ut niy tho
ladies of Sumter and commu?
nity to call and examine
Her Rich and Beautiful Stock
and Fancy Goo:I;:.
Having selected 1er gooda pcrs-.nally, as-d
with great <aro, in ti.e New Y'-r-v ?i;.-? Baliiianr?
market?, >he fe ls confident cf pleading al!. ' otb.
M regard* quality, Style arid pri.-e. ?s ti.-;:.il,
there are m.mv novelties f'?r trw so:??...n.
KISS BRITTOS is .?n. i i: -l wi*b ;. FIRST
CLASS MILLINER and a DRESS MAKER,
from Baltimore, who aro well qun'iti d ...r Mie
business. The Midi ions procured is New Y>rk.
Ladies, call :<ud l ave ?our Droste? :.nd Hats
made in the latest styles.
Paper pattern* of Dr?.--e.?, Sacques ant oihrr
articles of dr--* nmy be had.
At the New Store neat to J. T. SOL0JI? KS
COTTON FOB GUAM
Wc pr.?po-o ?e'ling a limited ti?.?:;.itv >.ft u
Guanos for Middling Cotton, ai i.'>. is , . Sliver?
ed ai plauti-r'.? nearest depo*, l>_v l.-i N.-vvinb. r
We alao offer the mazniSccnt nrcac?am of
$1.<V>0 for thc best yield fr?m our Cs-tn s.
Fir partievlare apply te our i.cic t Ag? ? ',
nddress u - fur Circular.
. WILCOX Gil?!'- i t i .
Importer? ai?d Dealer io *;-t
Charleston, S. C., SavaBaah and Angas.a, i].
ILEAMSG A.\!> StOlKl'.d
Would rcspectfu??y anaocr.ee to iLf citirrns ut
S rater Coanty, that he has taker, a r..-n, ia tho
rear of Janus RxtrlyV Barb r Shop. Mt fUia
Street. H? ? il' be p ease l t?? allen"! t.. z?y wer4r
eatrnsted ta him. and promis?* lo g: vc entire sat?
isfaction, and t<? work at prices in tu.t ; c times
Any ono h iring eWtbing ib?*y wish r- wovalcd
will pleas? e*!L AoUAU? d V J >. KU*.
KU ii l^