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COWPER wrote some linea about swearing,
which it would be worth while for every one to
"It chills my blood to hear the blest Supreme
Rudely appealed to on each trifling '.berne ;
Maintain your rauk vulgarity despise
To swear is neither br. vc, polite, or irise.
You would not swear upon a bed of death :
Reflect ! Tour Maker may now stop your bres.th."
Some who would not swear by the name of
God. think nothing of swearing "Cy George," or
"By jingo," or by something else ; others often
cry out, -Good gracious !" or "Mercy on me !"
and tho like. Tfcese are the beginnings of swear?
ing. They are to profano swearing, a hat acorns
are o the oak._
Whisky and Poverty.
Whisky and Sensuality.
Whisky and I'rime.
Whisky at.d Degradation.
Whisky and Disease.
Whisky and Destruction.
- A Jersey man, who has a Chinese
servant, complains thr.t the heathen
will worship an old brass hand iron
when the family gathers for prayers.
- Judge Kmmons died recently near
Cobrado, ile had been a printer, sol?
dier, sailor, journalist, politician, lec?
turer, lawyer, and circus agent, all in
- llobcrt Browning, the English
poet, has grown very old in appearance
since his wife's death, though the vigor
of his constitution is unitupared. Only
5S, he would be mistaken fur 70, judged
by his free.
- A clergyman was censuring a
young lady for tight laciug. " ?Yhy,'
replied miss, "you would not surely
recommend loose habits to your parish
South Ca r o lina
DEPOSITS OF OXE LOLLAR ASD UP?
Interest allowed at the rate of Seven per ot>t.
per annum on C -.ideates
of Deposit, and Six per cant, on SVINGS
COMPOUNDED EVERT SIX MONTHS.
WM. MARTIN. President.
JOHN H. PL MER, ? ... - ?",,
JOHN P. THOMAS!] * ?o Presidents.
A. <;. BREN1ZEK, Cagier.
JOHN C. li. SM ITU, Agitant Cashier.
J. W. DARGAN, Assistant Cashier at Sumter.
Local Finance Committee at Sumter.
J. T. SOLOMONS, I J. S. RICHRDSON,
L. G. PATE, j T. B. FRSEH.
This .is a Home Institution and merits tho
patron;.^ of the people of thc Stute-at tho
tame litre a safe place to deposit tLcir money,
which can be withdrawn wherever needed.
A general Bunking Business done. Home and
Foreign Cbees? Bought and
Sold. Old Back Dills, Dilapidated Currency and
Revenue Stamps for Sale.
Bankiiia Hours /rom 9 o'clock, A. M.
to J'. M., au l t erry Saturday aftcr~
noon, from 5 to 7 o'clock
PERUVIAN GUANO, GMAPPE>
PLANTERS' SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS,
Furnished at lowest rates, ly
WILSON Si SELBY,
No. 17 Light Street, Baltimore,
P. O. Box, 2S?.]
^??^ Consignment" ?oliciticd and Liberal Ad?
vances made un them.
Messrs. D. J. Winn. Kennedy A Holman. A.
A. Gilbert, Kev. Noah (?ribatn.
Ffl? 22 1m
The State of South Carolina.
COL'UT OF COMMON PLEAS
CO?MY OK SUMTER.
Dani E. K< els rx. William E. Flowden.
To WI? LIAM E. PLOWDEN, Dtfei.daM in this
YOU ari hereby summoned and required to
un.'wer rho complaint in this action, which
is tiled ie the ..Oi.,e <>f the Cleric of thc Court ot
Common P.eas tor th? said County, and to serve
a e*?py <<f your aaaweron the subscriber at bis
(rffiee, sumter, Swath-Carolina, wit bio twenty
days after thc service of thia summons on you, ex
lu.-ive bf ti.e day of ?enrice
It y<>u fail to answer ibis complaint within the
time aforesaid, thu Pi.iintiff will luke judgment
ag'in-t ym t'->r the sum ol Four Hundred and
Eighty One Dollars, with legal rate ol interest
from the twenty sixth day ol January, one thou
sand eight hundred and seventy one, and costs
and disbursements uecccasary and incident to this
Dated Sumter. R. C. Fel.oary 7th. 1871.
E. Vi. MOISE, Plaintiffs Attorney.
To the Defendant, William E. Plowmen :
Take notice, that thc summons and complaint
in this action were filed in the office of the Clerk
of thc Court ot Common Plea? tor Sumter Coun?
ty un i state of .South Carolina, ou thc seventh
day ot February, 1S7I.
E. IV. MOISE, Plaintiff's Attorney
Feb. 15 St
The State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF SUMTE. ?-COURT OF
Augustus H. Tulum ps. William E Plow
To WILLIAM E. PLOWDEN, Defendant In this
YOC arc hereby summoned and rtqu'.red to
an.-wer the complaint in this action,
wmch ii filed in the office of the Clerk of the
Court ot Common Plea? f?r tho said Conn ry, end
to serve a copy of your answer ?>a tho subscriber
at bis office, Sumter, South Carolina, within
twenty days after the service uf this summons on
you, exclu.?ve of the day of service.
lt y na fail to answer this aompUiut within the
time aforesaid, the j-iaintiff will take judgment
against you for tn* ?um of twelve hundred dol?
lars, with legal rate of interest from the first day
of October, one thousand eight hundred and
seventy, and oosts and di?bur*eiae;>u necessary
?nd incident to this action.
Dated sr Sumter, I C, Fsbuary T, 1STI.
E. Vi. MOISE, Plaintiff's Attorney.
f o tba Defendant, William B. PlowAeo i
Take notice that the Summons ?ci C?B*p!a,nt
la this action were filed In the oftVe of the Clerk
of the Court of Commor. Pleas for Sumter Coun?
ty er.d Sta:? of South Carolina oa tin' meath day
of rebus?, 1871.
E. W. MOISE, PlalaUffV Attoraey.
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT I
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS ! I
THE DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured
by J. E. SPENCER A CO., New York, which
are now offered to the public, are pronounced by
all the celebrated Optician! of the world tobe
the most Perfect, Natural Artificial hely to the
human eye ever known.
They arc ground under their own supervision,
from min?te Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their name. "Diamond," on account
of their hardness and brilliancy.
The seieutific principle on which they .ire con?
structed brings the core or centre ot the lens di?
rectly in front of thc eye, producing a clear and
distinct vision, as in the natural, health;.' sight,
SRI! preventing all unpleasant sensation;, sncb as
glimmering and wavering of f ight, dizziness, ?c.,
peculiar to all others in use.
Tbey are mounted in the finest mmuer in
frames of the best quality, of all materials used
for that purpose. Their finish and durability
cannot be surpassed.
CAUTION-None genuine unless bear ir g their
trade mark stamped on every frame.
F. HALTOM FOLSOM,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER,
SUMTER, 8. C.
F?G?RTTt'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE, NO. 3.
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CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
MANUFACTURED AT CHARLESTON, S. C
WE C. BEE & CO.,
GENERA L AG EN TS.
Has Been Reduced ii Price?
THE SUBSCRIBER is prepared to supply all
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"Feed yoxtr land and it trill Feed You."
Circulars sud Terms on application.
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At L. P. LO KING'S Store, Main Street.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
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Address the Publishers.
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Pas. 21 ij
FOB PRINTING and BLANK BOCK
MANUFACTURING sm* BINDING Jard!
it* bran?.??*>, go io? EDW??D PERRY,
1?9 Xoetinf-ttrast p posits Charleston "Hotel
Liverpool & London ? Globe
ASSETS IN GOLD.$20.000.000.
ANNUAL INCOME IN GOLD...... $6,000,000
Rates as low ss any First Class Company.
. For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
ig at once agreeable,
healthy, and effectual
for preserving the
hair. Faded or gray
hair is soon restored
to its original color,
with Hie gloss and
freshness of youth.
Thin hair is thick?
ened, falling bair chocked, and bald?
ness often, though cot 'always, cured
by its use. Nothing can restore the
hair where the follicles are destroyed,
or the glands atrophied and decayed.
But such as re niai n can be saved for
usefulness by this application. Instead
of fouling toe 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, and
injurious to the hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a
nothing else can bo found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long cn the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMISTS,
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? 5- * 'AriiKf. .- .-./ - .. .-cia?
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M & 66 Water Street, N. Y.
CLACIUS A WITTE,
Agents in Charleston.
A HIS inralualle Family Medicine, for purify
ina, cleansing, rc tn o ring bad odore^ in all kind?
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Tur Erysipelas, rheumatism, atid all skin du ease?,
for catarrh, sere moath.^sorc throat, dij thens ;
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apphed externally ; ta highly r?r?ii>mended by
all who hare used it-is Eranie brail Dru grists
sud Country* Mercbautj. and may la ordered
directly of thu_
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and relations of oar sexual system, and toe pro?
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all tbe new discoveries never before giren lb the
English langoage, by WM. YOUNG, M. D
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tit-A, abor* fourth, Philadelphia. -
No? 23 ta?
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Rates as low at any First Class Company.
SHAW'S COTTON SEED HULLER.
Agents- ????i?iE & ('Os,
Factors ami Commission Merchants,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Marri) 30 _ly
FOR SALE BY
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
148 Jjay street, Savannah,
241 Broad Street, Angosta, Ga.
151 East Kay, Charleston, S. C.
For further particul.ir?, apply cz- address as
above for pamphlet, or apply to
PATE dr STUBB*, Ayls at Sumter.
Fever and Ague
Always Stops tic Chilla.
This Medicina ha3 been before the Pub?
lic fifteen years, and is still ahead of all
other known remedies. It Joes not purge,
docs not sicken tho 6tomach, ia perfectly
safe in any dose and under all circum?
stances, ead ifl th* only iJcdiciae that will
and pennant ntly c very forra of Foret
and Ague, because it ia a perfect Aa ti?
?lota to in alar io*
bold by aU Druaciata.
May 4 ly
P. P. TOALE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
!Largest and most completed
Manufactory of Doors, Sashes, f -rTrr
Blinds, Mouldings, ie., ia the f w*
Southern .States. )
^Sbr-P'iuted Price List Defies Competition
T-O" Sand for ono ^SB?
jZtr- Sent Free on Application.*"***}
April ? ly
IS offered for any eas? of Blind. Bleeding Dab?
ing, or Ulcerated Piles, that DKBINM'S PILE
REMEDY fails to cure. It is prepared ander the
persona* juper vision of one of the world's (Treat ;
est living Chtaists, expressly to eura the Files.
Hundreds of chronic eases of o**r SI years stead?
ing, have been eared in eeo week, sod ordinary
ease? in a few days, by this medicine. No matter
how obstinate er chronic tbe eas? may be, tejtae
diate relief aad a permanent care are gaarantesd
in.every ease. Ask your Druggist for ~
DEBINOT PILE REMEDY;
And Take .no.. Qthar.
.." .rt. ? t . . :- ? ( ? j
AD weak, a sr? ?asa, debilitated Females are
earnestly rsqaeeted te try a bottle of DeBara'i
JFaaei *a* will be rtrrrkd at its wonder?
ful effects. Sold by all Druggists.
Lt bar al orv US Franki.ti-SL, Baltimor*. .j
For sale by L A. McKAGBN,
Sept SI-Cm Druggist, Samte/, 8* 0,
WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH THIS
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
$50 Cash per ton of2000 lbs*
$55 Time, with approved City
BEARING 7 PER CENT. INTEREST PER ANNUM.
If Furnished on Liens, the usual Lien Interest
will be Charged.
Freight and Drayage to be added to above Prices.
GEO- W. WILLIAMS ft CO.,
Factors, Corner Hayne & Church Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. E. TAYLOR, SUMTER, S. C.
Jin 25 Sm
-FROM-- rj ;
THE GUAN APE ISLANDS. F?& BY
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Sole Agents for Charleston, S. C.
j Jan 25 Sm
MANUFACTURED AT TBS
E ti wan Works,
Charleston, S. C.
SULPHURIC ACID & SUPERPHOSPHATE COMPANY.
Tbe noir well-known ETIWAS GUASO ie manufactured from the Native Bone Phosphates of
South Carolina. These Phosphates in their natural state are Insoladle, and require to be ground
to power, and made Soluble bj Sulphuric Acid. This Company hare now in operation the largest
Sulphuric Acid Chambers at the South, and are, therefore, able to manufacture at the lowest rates,
the highest ende of Fertilizer ; it being clear that the greater the proportion of Soluble Phosphate
which any Fertilizer-contains, the less tbe quantity required per acre. In order to make the Fer
tilizer complete, Ammonia and Potash io sufficient quantities are added. With these views the
Company manufacture and offer for sale
Warranted to contain from 15 to SO PER CENT. OF DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE OF
LIME, and from 2 to 1 \ percent, of AMMONIA, with a sufficient addi?or o? PER C VIA N
G ('ANO and POTASH, to adapt it to all crops. Prie* $55 par toa, cash; on Usa*, $60 per ton,
and interest 7 per cent, per annum.
Of high grade, suitable for Manufacturers or for Planten, being in itself ?a excellent Fertiliser end
specially adapted for compost. As large quantities of Sulphuric Acid are used to dissolve the
Phosphate, this will be found a cheap and convenient way to transport that material. The grade
furnished will be from 18 to 20 per cent. Dissolved Boo* Phosphate. Price $40 per toe cash. On
time, $45. with Interest at 7 per cent, per annum. Still kif har gradta will be famished to order
at an additional prie? percentage.
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE,
Specially prepa ed for composing with cotton seed and other plantation manares. Pri?e $35 per
ton, eash ; on time, $40, with interest at 7 per coat per annum.
At moeh lower rates, consisting simply of the Native Bone Phosphates ground to powdar. Pris*
f 20 per ton. cash ; on time, $22 and interest at 7 per eent. per annum.
WM. C. BEE & CO.,
Agents, No. 14 Adger'e Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J N. B.-The percentage of Dissolved Bose Phosphat* of Lime, and Ammonia io all th* Etiwsns,
is ascertained at the Works, by their Chemist, before delivery. Sh ovid any purchaser be dissatis*
bed, be may reium average samples of any purchase, withia thin, (10) days after deliver;, aad
(bey will be analyzed anew, and any deficiency io the percentage guaranteed ?Ul be mad* good to
bim by tbe Company.
JOSEPH JOHNSON, Agent at Sumter, S. C.
Jaa 25 Sm
IF?& Pf ?$Pt!
ron SALE BY
, ON FACTORS
The Great Fertiliser fi? Cotton and all Crops
The unparalleled Meeear af thia Great FortULias ea ALL CB0P8, prow* kl to be ike JMST aad
CHEAPEST Manar* now ctfercd ie the saeta** - ,
It ito beso teed by saar y af th* au** eaaieeei, Planters Ia the Seeth, tad
In eveiy stogie Instance jx liss gfeen Entire -Ss?sfluttoi. ;
On COTTON Its effects hart beda particularly tattrhed. It to l* nore thieg for WH ANN'S j
PHOSPHATE to ?aereaos tb.yield treas OKI BUNI RID 70 TWO HUND?SD Pi? C?ST,
*?!"&*"c. Dixalea -tooti ftjjjjtM?Oesbern, Oe, b a letter to th* "Baoaar A Pleater,"
-e-aa- A thawM <halaaf> Tai eram'aT W?.- fr IT, j tTeaS?M 1 TB ll lin!fr?Ha?
? FOB SU?*Mt
?L A??}!?*, HERS IN? & CO.,
'" 8 rJT?*V * . ' ** '.' . .* ;
(SiarlestoiL 8, C. and Atun*e*t$u Qa.
... "mm^mm*^^ ""T fts^PIja *?a*^.waaei^saj| -aweew
K jfiTia -3 *** ****** sm
OF THIS POPULAR FERTILIZER
M EM REDUCED FOR THE BM GP 1871,
TO MEET THE NECESSITIES OF THE
AND HAS BEEN FIXED AT
CASH-Fifty Dollars per Ton of 2,000 lbs. at Factory.
TIME-Fifty-five Dollars per Ton of 2,000 lbs. at Fac?
tory, Payable 1st November, 1871, wit out interest.
WM, C. DUKES & CO.,
General Agents, CHARLESTON, S. C.
ELISHA CARSON, Agent for Sumter County.
J?- Call and sec me at GREEN & WALSH'S STORE.
In addition to tlie Wando Frtilizer 1 am prepared to Furnish Planters the
For composing with cotton sted and other Plantation Manares."
Price pf r Ton of 200* pounds at Factory, $."50 Cish. On time $35 per ton, at Factory,
parable 1st November next, without interest.
ELISHA CARSON Agent
Of Practical Success,
Introduced in 1852. Patented Dec. 20,1859?
OLDEST SUPER-PHOSPHATE MANUFACTURED CS THIS COUNTRY.
Nitrogenized Super-Phosphate of Lime,
-COM PO ED OF
Bones, Phosphatic Guano, (,'oneenfra?cd Ammoniacal Animal Matter and
No Salt, Sal: Cake, Plaster, Nitre Cake, nor any Adulterant of any kind used.
The ammnnincal animal matter in Mapee1 Nitrogen oed Super Pho.fhate of Lime consists
of the fle*h (cowarning 10 per cent. <?f ammonia) and thc blood (c??ntaiai?a; 15 per cent, of ammo?
nia} of Beeres, IK r?es, Fish and other aoiuj>after tho expression of the fat and oil by Steam.
We annex the analysis of Professor Shepard :
Ammonia yielded by the organic matter.2.54 per cent.
9 OB Insoluble Phosphoric Acid._. 19.7? Bm-e Phosphate of Lime.
3.38 Soluble Phosphoric Aril.S.48 Salable Phosphate of Lime.
3.38 Soluble Phosphoric Acid .7.38 Boee Phosphate of Lime dissolved.
7.20 Sulphuric Acid.15.48 Sulphate of L me.
An exceileot Ftrtiliaer. Respectful sabtuitted.
C. P. SHEPARD. Jr.. M. D.
Inspector of Fertilizer? for South Carolina.
Send for Pamphlet. _"_
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
General Agents, 123 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
GEO. W. LEE,?Agent at Snmter.
Feb ? *?
THE DICKSON COMPOUND"
MANUFACTURED BY THE
DICKSON FERTILIZER COUPANT.
THE DICKSON COMPOUND is made cn the fornuh* a ?ed almost exclusively for several
years past by Air. Dickson upon ht* own farm, the bot Peruvinn (iunno in liberal proportion
being used aa a base supplying ammonia. It is a happy combination <>f essential ingredients
found by careful and gradual trial on Mr. Dickson's part to be the safest and most reliable as well
aa the most productive in erops "f all fertilisera available to thc planter.
The materials for its manufacture are carefully purchased by anaiy?is or made at our own works,
ander comp?tent chemical advice, and the preparation <>} the Compound is conducted with all
aeeessary care and attention tn ensure uniformity in quality and value.
Nothing whatever tbat is inferior is sold from our hands.
A. WHITE, & Ca
Agents at Sumter.
N?W FAZila AND WINTER DRY GOODS!
JUST OPENED AT
STOL.L, WEBB db OO.,
Nos. 287 AND 289 KING STRETT,
RETAIL AND WHOLESALE.
We beg te inform oar friends, patrons and all citizens of Sumter, sad the adjoining ceuctie
that we hare opened a large
AT X0. 239 KING STREET?
next door to ear > etaU store, where we will show a foll assortment of cheap DRT OCODS, at the
lowest figures for casa or eity acceptance.
Thia arraafemaat ia especially convenient for country bayera, both ladies and gentlemen.
lat. Select all yoar piece goods at wholesale ; then visit the retail store acd bare all of your
goods peeked ia one box.
We gaaraatee to abow the largest stock and at just as low ngaree as can be fonnd ia the city.
2*i sure aad examine oar stock (before jon make ap yoar bill) at No. 289 Xing street.
STOLL, WEBB k CO.
Ma. JOH* O. An A* s ls with ns, and will be always ca band, ready to give his friends aad ac
I oaalataaeea every attention possible.
Respectfully, STOLL, WEBB A CO.
FOR THE CURE OF ALL FORMS OF
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Appropriait ia all eases where a Tonie is required ; aad for those recoveriag from Atate
Diawa***, Uk a wonder fal recuperative._ ' nn
Viwmmm> m ?" Manafactared hy W. H. CHAFER A CO.,
Ul Saat Bay, Chariest**, 8. C.
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