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The Sumter Watchman,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL, lg;
W. y. PAXTON - - BUS1NESS~M???6ER
?e3~ AU Transient Advertisements, and all
Job Work must be paid for in cash. This will
be observed without distinction. Subscriptions
are also payable in advance.
Applications for Job Work will be made,
at the office, to THOS. E. FLOWERS.
The WATCHMAN books arc in the keeping of W.
?. PAXTON, who will receipt for monies due and
attend to all matters connected wi;h the Adver?
tising or Subscription departments.
Our Adversing friends aro requested to
send in their favors not later than Monday.
SUMTER N^1^ RliA ^iZS?IE31 TS'
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Northern, 3:13 P. M. 12:45 P. M.
Southern, 11:30 P.M. 4:20 P.M.
Moaning, on Mon?
day and Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M.
BUh'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 close on Sundays at ll o'clock, A. M.
Office open from 4:30 to 5:30 ?. M.
T. B. JOHNSON, P. M.
January 25th, 1S71. tf
TUE NEW FIRML
Of GREEN, WALSH & Co., advertise a
splendid variety of Spring and Summer
gc-ods in this issue. Let all our readers
take notice, and, as a Mat-on would say,
"govern themselves accordingly."
BALTIMORE AND WILLSINGTON
Mr. A. D. CAZAUX is now the agent
of this line at Wilmington, insuring
speedy and safe transportation of freight
and passengers between those points, as
will be seen from his advertisements.
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BOOKS AND .til SIC.
Mr. HEINSBERGER, of Wilmington,
who advertises the celebrated Mahon &
Hamlin Organs in oar paper, also keeps
a stock of Books and Stationery, to
which we beg to direct thc attention of
HBE JACOBI AXE.
Mr. NATHANIEL JACOBI, formerly of
Charleston, now of Wilmington N. C.,
offers an axe to thc public which is now
attaining much popularity, as will be
seen from his advertisement. At his
Hardware Depot, too, may be found a
fine stock and a great variety o? articles.
We commend him for patronage.
SPRING AND SLUTTIER MILLINERY.
The Misses MCELHOSE, as their
advertisement informs our readers, now
have in store their stock of Spriug and
Summer Millinery. Aud a beautiful
stock the ladies will fiud it. Taste and
art in selection have alike combined,
and "things of beauty" may bc seen all
around their establishment.
THE PLANTING INTHKESTS
Of this section are progressing finely,
under an uuusually auspicious Spring.
Corn is nearly all up, and cottuu, ou
many places, is -'peeping out" of the
ground already, giving promise of its
beautiful fleecy harvest.
We are likely to have an abundance
of fruit this year, aud Hcaveu seems to
be smiling on all the labors of thc hus?
At an election held on Monday, the
10th inst., at the Church of thc Holy
Comforter, thc following named gentle?
men were elected as Vestrymen aud
Vestrymen.-E. Carson, J. S. Keayes,
G. Richardson, T. P. I'pshur, Jr.
Wardens.-J. T. Brunen, Dr. F. L.
.. degates io the Co*iccnti<m.-E. Car?
son, T. P. Upsbur. Jr.
Alternates.-J. F. W. DcLorme, Dr.
F. L. Green.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Thc extent to which the manufacture
of these machines has gone may bc ima
gined when it is known that 127,833
were sold during thc year 1870, hoing
about one-third more than the number
sold by any other company in existence.
About thc first to come prominently
before the country, they ba>*c maintain?
ed their popularly io the lead. We
take pleasure in referring to the adver?
tisement of Mr. Geo. A. NEWELL, who
is agent for these machines at Wilming
tou. They may be bought from him at
5^ Wc arc indebted to Mr. A. W.
SUDER, now on a business visit to
Washington City, for a budget of the
leading papers ofthat city. From them
we notice that the contest between the
two parties for Delegate to Cougress
and for members to thc House of Dele?
gates, for the new Government of thc
District of Columbia, waxes warm. The
issue is between carpet-baggers, (ma
nipulating the ignorant and deluded
colored people, for purposes of plunder
and pelf,) on the one hand, and the
liocest intelligence, struggling for good
and economical government, on the
other. May God defend the right.
We learn with pleasure that Rev. M.
R. Snares, brother of oar townsman of
the same name, and a Minister of the
Baptist D?nomination, contemplates a
visit to Sumter at an early day, when he
will present to oar citizens big two pop?
ular Lectures, on the "True Secret of
success for Yoong Men," and th? "Life
and Genius of Whitfield, Robt. Hali
and Chalmers." From the reputation
which goes before Mr. Saarci, we con?
clude that oar oitizens will be gratified
and entertained bj his Lectures ; and
we bespeak for bim a cordial reception.
To? prit* of sis tickets will be 50 cents.
THE DIAMOND GLAS8ES.
Mr. F. HALTOM FOLSOM, Watchma?
ker and Jeweler, is the agent at Sumter,
of Messrs. J. E. SPENCES, ? Co., of
New York, for their "Diamond Specta?
cles." Through his courtesy and
kindness, our vision has recently been
happily strengthened and relieved,
by a pair of these glasses. We regard |
them highly, and advise our friends
whose sight may be growing dim, to]
Sing away'their pride, and go and get a
Mr. FOLSOM also basa judicious stock j
of jewelry, &c, and does all manner ot
repairing work in his department, and J
wejcordially commend him to public pa?
HOW TO DO UP SHIRT BOSO TIS.
We have often heard ladies express?
ing a desire to know by what process
the fine gloss observed on new linens,
shirt bosoms, etc., is produced, and in
order to gratify them, we subjoin the
following recipe for making gum arabic
starch: Take two ounces ol fine white
gum arabic powder-put it into a pitcher,
and pour on it a pint of boiling water,
(according to the degree of strength you
desire,) and then, having co^sred it, let
it Set all night. In the morning pour
it carefully from the dregs into a clean
bottle, cork it and keep it for use. A
tablespoonful of gum water, stirred into
a pint of starch that has been made in
thc usual manner, will give to lawns,
(cither white or printed) a look of new?
ness when nothing else can restore them
after washing. It is also good (much
diluted) for thin white muslin and
PARADE OF THE SUMTER PIRE
Our citizens were regaled, on Monday
afternoon last, by the regular dress
parade of thc Sumter Fire Engine Com?
pany, accompanied with music from our
new Sumter Brass .Band. The concourse
of people on the streets was large, and
our side walks were adorned by an array
of the female beauty of the town such
as has seldom been seen on such occa?
sions. The noble "Eagle" was gaily
decorated with flower wreaths, and bore,
in addition, a small scion of green, T?ho
smiled happily in the midst of the
I surrounding beauty.
Thc parade was a success, and we
must say a word specially in behalf of
the band-more particularly as this was
its ''first appearance iu public." The
music was city-like, exhilarating"andex
hihited decided proficiency for beginners,
reflecting credit upon the performers
and upon laeir teacher, Mr. II. C. M.
OI R NEGLECTED CEMETERY .
Our attention has been freqneo tly
called, of late, to this subject. The spot
where rests thc ashes of our departed
dear ones lies iu pitiable neglect-the
very graves trodden upon hy the feet of
grating cattle, or rooted over by the
more vulgar swine. Thc enclosurelias
fallen into dilapidation, and the sacred
grounds arc a prey to the beasts of the
field. Such are the representations
that onie to U9.
We do not believe, nor do we for a
moment inteud to insinuate, that this
sad neglect arises from any want of ap?
preciation of tli<isc high and chaste
sensibilities which induce us to adorn
and hcautify and ?:uard with melancholy
pleasure and devotion, thc last resting
places of those who were the light jind
life of our domestic circles, ere the icy
hand ol death was laid upon them, and
they were buried out cf our sight. No,
wc do not allege any such absence o?
refined feeling or saddened interest, in
this connection. But there is procras?
tination, ot temporary absence of care io
thc midst of the manifold care? and em?
ployments of life. And we feel sure
that thi se will give place to zealous
manifestations when thc matter is pro?
We suggest that those who have
charge of thc Cemetery proceed at once
to collect from each lot holder or person
interested, an amount sufficient to re?
pair or replace the fencing and put
thc grounds in neat order. Attention
to the fencing is a matter of immediate,
urgent necessity, and action in regard
to it should not be delayed a single day.
The "business" of swindling seems '
to be culminating in our day. And the <
brains of the country, it is lamentable j
to say, is, to no small extent, applied to
this shameless thing. For, so far has t
the " business" been successfully prac? ?
ticed, that a really shrewd and cunning?
ly devised scheme is now necessary to i
even measurable success. It it high '
time for the press-ia some sense tb? I
guardian of the morals of the people- ,
to " cry aloud and spare not !" lest the 1
very fountains of society be impregna- :
ted with this blighting degradation and !
damning sin. 1
These remarks are induced from a J
knowledge of the fact that the Express 1
Agent at Sumter, on Monday last, sent j
back, in the direction (Northward) *
whence they ame, four packages, sup- i
posed to contain counterfeit money,- *
addressed to parties at Sumter, said 1
P^AW?^ ^^^ Or to-tat? ,
away the same, being, li zs thought,
either frightened from their desig& or.
a. ? ? ?>? *
I unable to raise the necessary, amount of
raone* for the -p?rps?e: j
O? one of the paeka^?aywhtcfa was in
size about eight Inches square, the C.
0. D. was as ouch ?s/$liO 00. "This
party evidently intended to go into the
" business" on a big sohle,1 if "we may
judge from bis order, as frost the figures
put down OD the printed (confidential)
circulara, which no doubt many, of our
readers have seen, for as much good
money as 8110, the party proposed to
send probably thirty thousand of the spu?
rious-which "could not possibly be
detected." In the matter of getting sud?
denly rich, this beats even Radicalism r>
The other three packages sent back
were smaller, and yet still large enough
to hold "apile."
One of these " wealthy" packages,
sometime since, actually taken out and
paid for, from the Express Office here,
we learn, when opened, was found to
contain-11 shavings F* My country?
men ! What a shave was this I Could
he have sought legal redress, we have
no doubt the verdict would have been
" Served him right !"
ATJSPICI?.T1 SXBI.I0BI8 2EVX.
Mr. B. F. WHITTEMOBR was^feat
ed for the Intendanoy of the town of J
Darlington, last week. "The mills of j
the gods grind slowly, Ac.
A Stitch ia Time Save? Nine.
If yon hare a Cough, do not xegUct it ; thoa*
Bands go to an untimely grave by neglecting
what they call "a slight cold." These slight
olds are very insidious. They soon bocomt
deep-seated,and defy a'l remedies. DB. TUTT'8
EXPECTORANT will care it, It eas be had of j
?ST" A snake bite> a bee sting or 'any animal
or vegetable poison is at once neutralized by
using DAKBT'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID.
Bear Io MlnA.
When disease has undermined the health, and
the physical system has become prostrated, a
stimulant that will not only strengthen, bat re?
move the cause, should be immediately resorted
to. Mental distress is also a fruitful source of
the breaking down of the constitution, and the
ravages of this enemy to health are truly alarm?
ing. For all stich maladies Hosteler's Stomach
Bitters hare been found unsurpassed. By acting
directly upon the digestive organs, they remove
the beary, disagreeable feeling after eating, so
often complained of by persons of a d?licate tem?
perament. AB soon>as digestion is restored, the
patient finds his strength increasing, and his
general health improved.
Thousands of persons certify that it may be re?
lied on in all cases of weakness or nervous de?
bility attendant upon sedentary habits. The
generality of Bitters are so disagreeable to the
taste that they are objectionable to a weak stom?
ach. This i 3 not the caso with Hostetter's Bit?
ters, which will be found mild and extremely
pleasant. Balsamic plants, bares and roots con?
tribute their restorative juices to render it sooth?
ing and strengthening. Its basis is the only pure
stimulant which has ever boen produced, contain?
ing no /niif oil, or any other deleterious clement.
Tbe mest careful and skillful chemists have an?
alysed the Bitters,aad pronounce them harmless.
Tats ts sclenuno testimony; ont the testimony
ot the hundreds of thousands who bare experi?
enced the preventive and curative effects of the
G HF. A T VEGETABLE TOSIC and ALTERATIVE of
modern times ii still more conclusive. In Fever
and Ague, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Nervous
Complaints, Chronic Compiaiots and general de?
bility it is as nearly infallible as anything in tl1 is
fallible world can be.
The "PAIN KILLEB* may justly be styled tbe
great medicine of the world, for there is ne re?
gion of the globe into which it has notfoend its
way, and been lar?ely need and highly prised.
Moreover, there is no clime to which it bas not
proved ty be well adapted for the cere of a con?
siderable variety of diseases; it is a speedy and
sate remedy for berna, 'scalds, cats, bruises,
wounds and various other injuries, as well as for
t'.yscntcry. diarrhoea and bowel complaints gen?
erally, it is admirably aaited for every race of
men on tb- face of the globe.
It is a very significant fact, that notwithstand?
ing the long period of years that the "Pain
Killer" bas been before the world, it bas never
lo?t one whit of its popularity, but, on tbe con?
trary, the rall for it bas steadily increased from
its first discovery, and at no previous time has
the demand for it been so great, or the quantity
made been so large, as it is to-day.
Another significant fact ht, that nowhere has
the Pain Killer ever been ia higher repute* cr
been moro generally need hy families and indi?
viduals, than it has been here at home, where it
ra* first discovered and introdeecd. That the
Tain Killer will contiene to be, what we bare
>tyled it, THE GREAT VEDtCUTj Of THE WORLD,
there cannot be the shadow of a doubt-Prov
SUMTER BITTERS, THE GREAT SOOTH
ts to be seen every whew ever the Seeth, and
t is frequently asked what is Sumter Bitters.
We will try and answer this to tbe satisfaction
rf all. Sumter Bitters is a diffusive stimulant,
ire pa red from the purest Rye Whiskey made ax*
iressly for this p?rpese for tbe Proprietors,
?alyaia Bark (from which Quinine ts obtained,}
md Roots and Herbs of Aromatic Tonie proper
ivs. The f?rmala of which has been submitted
e and approved by th - highest Medical authority
n this State.
The proprietors received their first idea of the
raine of this combination frees tho gre?, success
t obtained in the prevention and cure of Chills
ind Fever among the troops daring the Ute war,
?be eoeaint from an perts of the State to the
Swamps and Coasts or the Lev Country, white
t was tho?t<rbt almost eertsin death to sleep cae
right, ead when by giving them Qaiains le
ff hisbey, levers were prevented and Ihe health
if oar troops kept np to tho highest standard.
rhis formal* bas been greatly Improved hythe
lisaMs? ef ene veeaabte Tonie and restorative
Serhennd Boots combined with thebes? stimn
aot, pnce Rye Whiskey. Bise? lt hacheen ia
rodneed in the tores of. Sumter Bitters, tts,
sluabte Tonie properties and defffltM taste 1
n? commended lt te hundreds, nay thensnnds of (
Kreons who have been teer ted hy its ?es- f
il isens rf- certificates: -of tts emcney eoeld^be
nrnlsbed were it necessary, bet hs laewasfa*
.les atase is thehest ?ridenee ef Htf worth and
?polarity. Tnonsands of dot?es
mw where tens of dotons were orel,
re only ask of- those who need ? _
PtedJ, i>li".0ST ?nd invigeretor, te
tamtayRtttara. For sale by Grocers,
MONEY SAVED, IS MONEY
ALL PERSONS ' DESIROUS 0* SATING
MONEY, AND AX THE SAME TIME IN.
VESTING IN SOMETHING DESI?
RABLE AND- USEFUL, ARB
INVITED TO CALL AT
THE STORE OF
A. A. SOLOMONS,
WHERE THEY WILL FIND AN EXCEL?
LENT ASSORTMENT OF
All other Styles of
Which will be disposed of at VERY LOW
A Fine Assortment of
Tb? above Goods hare been reeentlj pur?
chased so low and selling EXCLUSIVELY FOR
CASH, I ea enabled to ofter great inducements
to CASH BUYERS.
Call and examina, and 70a will soon be eon
Tineed that 70a are saving money by purchasing
of A. A. SOLOMONS.
The Grocery Department
is replenished daily, and at present well sap
plied with every thing useful at VERY LOW
A. A. S0L0M0N3,
CORNER MAIN AND LIBERTY STS.
An Excellent Fertilizer.
It bas beer tried ia this Coaaty ?ad gives sat?
For sale by
A. A. SOLOMONS,
Agent for the Company.
Varch 29 tf
HAVING REMOVED MY OFFICE TO
Messrs. GREEX <k WALSHS Store
I can be fonnd at all times ready to attend to
aoy business ia my line.
GEO. E. TAYLOR.
Feb I 4m
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY
SUMTER, S. C.
Hay be fonnd at the oSee formerly occupied
by Messrs. F. J. A M. MOSES on Maia Street.
March ? _ 3m
THE FIRM OP
RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR
Friends and the pablie, that they are constantly
Of the Beat Quality, ?nd all Articles
usually fonnd in a Drug Store.
Tba business of the House, comprising
Pjumnaejf and Prescription Stand,
wm be ?ade- the special charge of Major J. B
RUSSELL wb? bring? ta bis aid an experience of
BIGHTS EN YEARS in the chemical combina.
? of Medicines.
Prompt and earefol attentioa will be gives to
tlmatmmSk and Medicines fer tba same aaa.
ba rali sd em as pore and Of tb* bea t .quality.
DRUG STORE, C021NER OF
Main and Republican Streets.
tab SS . tf
The State of South Carolina.
8amter Coaaty-Ia Equity.
W.JC?rdersoa, \ Bul.
B. M. Holmes,
aai ii. A. Gregg,
BYvirteeef as ordar of tba* Court, ia tba
abo ve ?ask dated, lat April, 1871,1 wu!
>Ser for sale, at^ public outcry, oe saiesday in
May next (Itt ?nd Sod Maj) to the highest bid-.
ier,oneLotof oat acre of Und-ead bulaloo
ibereon, ia lae tow?, of LyB?h:*rs^boai?d?d by
ands of A. MeLecd, W. W. Yeerag, JTT?Z
[atoeh and Lynche? Creek Road.
Also the Steam Bagge with Jtf fixtures, .;
br ibo Steam Engine ant fixtures, ?ash. For the
eCeee third eaehjlrelaetia? aeveeTJtof opoy-v
aepsrebaeer te give bosjfi for the eredtt portion
ritb berni and mortgag
lay of sale, and to pay
MU) have tba prryHsj
V &? CW&UBV'
Jiu well known aed popular.^
l?T^L? situated in the contre of the etty, and
ilso in tie eeaip? of th? Waoresa?* Business
leaaea, affords facilities, comfort* and attention
? Traveller* fer Pleasure sad Merchants on
Whees, ?eeond to none in the Us i tad States.
BALTIMORE ANO WILMINGTON
Composed cf the First Class Steamships
Sailing from BALTIMORE erery SATURDAY
AFTERNOON* st 4 o'clock. Arriting at WIL?
MINGTON TUESDAY MORNINSf.
Sailing from WILMINGTON erery FRIDAY
AFTERNOON or SATURDAY MORNING.
THROUGH BILLS OP LADING
Giren to sll points on the W. C. A A. R. Road,
Cberaw A Darlington R. R. and thair connec?
Insurance by this Line? 1-2 per Ct.
Rates Guaranteed as low a$ ly auy
All Losses promptly paid.
A. D. CAZAUX, Agt.
.Wilmington, N. C.
ANDREWS A Co., Agents,
73, 8miths Wharf,
DEPOSITS OF ONE DOLLAR AND VP
Interest allowed at the rate of Seven per cent.
per annum on Certificates
ef Deposit, and Six per cent on SVINGS
COMPOUNDED EVERY SIX MONTHS.
WM. MARTIN, President.
JOHN B. PL MER,\ v.
JOHN P. THOMAS!) ^COP??1*?*
A. G. BRENIZKR, Cashier.
JOHN C. B. SMITH, Assistant Cashier.
J. W. DARGAN, Assistant Cashier at Sumter.
Local Finance Committee at Sumter.
J. T. SOLOMONS, I J. S. RICHRDSO N,j
L. G. PATE, I T. B. FRSER.
This jis a Homo Institution and merits the
patronage of the people of the State-at the
same time a safe place to deposit their money,
which eaa be withdrawn whenever needed.
A general Banking Business dose. Home an
Foreign Checks Bought and
Sold. Old Bank Bills, Dilapidated Currency an
?l?venos Stamps for Sale.
Bankinq Sours Jrom 9 o'clock, A. J/j
to 3 P. M., and eccry Saturdag after*
noon, from 5 to 7 o'clock
ISAAC I M'??GEN,
FRESH AND PURE
ALWAYS ON BAND.
PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED WIT CARE
AT ALL HOURS.
Henry Bischoff & Co-,
AND DEALERS IN
WINES) LIQUORS, SE GARS
19? EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Feb 8 6m
Ladies ! !
F. A. FOLSOM
OFFERS YOU BARGAINS IN
Fancy Goods, and almost anything in
your line. Keeps Corsets, ti loves,
Hdkfs., Hosiery. Laces, Em?
Hair Nets, if air Pins
- a geed arti?
cle at ftc.
Emb'dy Sil%e and Cotton. Ruffiings,
Chignons, Ribbons, White Goods,
Calicoes, Needles, Everything I
AT REDUCED PRICES.
I My Confectionery,
Ihe first Mtablished in Sumter,
Ts always supplied with
tCHOICE CANDIES, FRUITS,
Nuts, Cakes* Crackers, Ac,
and Toys, in"variety.
TBA ,~.~~..~~....,~...r.........91 ih.
Candy Redseed io;30 claper
lb. lVoa sais day?
Jan 4 F. A-FOLSOM.
New fltyle Window Shades.
A ?INB assorttasnt of WOODEK WINDOW
M otnesr For sale nt the Smnter FuWitnre
?ate-rMtnsi ? .
?jffall'tf' ?? ?UARK5,Agent
shie\nrey.y4i*ma*> te apt hewitt be thenk
^ received. *. Ht ?ELDER..
m&&?_. - ?. . ; - r
j*L?? ..-. r
For sale by
F. W. iCBRCKSIR.
Thos. p, Upstart Store,
SUMTER, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
announces to the "public, that he has in
store, and will be constantly receiving, a large
sad varied assortment of
Suitable for Plantation and Family use.
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
will be allowed Merchants, and they are specially
invited to call and exarrine bia Stock, and they
will find that hi J business facilities enable bim to
supply thom with goods
AS CHEAP AS THEY CAN BUT THEM
in any Northern or Southern Market Come and
see for yourselves, aa ocular demonstration is
Highest Market Price
paid for Cotton.
AND THREE' FOURTHS OF THE VALUE
CASH, will bo advsnced, on all Cotton Shipped
to the Hons? ia Baltimore lor which be is agent,
and it will be held over if desired. He will make
a speciality of
Corn, Bacon and Flour,
which he is prepared to furnish in any quantity
j??T Country Produce takes in exchange
THOS. P. UPSH?R, Ja,
THE ONLY STRICTLY
Grocery and Liquor House
TH^ UNDERSIGNED,begs leave to
ca I .he auention of bis fsjends and the
public generally tc his
NEW AND WELL SELECTED
j * STOCK OF
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Which be offers lew for CASH ONLY.
All articles warranted at recommend*
Pu* Medicinal Liquors kept constan
J. H. EBERHABT.
April IS tf
Would i_Tl special attention to the LARGEST
and BEST ttocik of
OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.
As Barners, Ri?s, Wicks, Chimneys, Shades
Ac, in great variety always en hand.
j New Safety Burner.
Cull smd examine lt?
CANDIES fron. 20 cents to $1 2$ pet pound..
FRUIT-all ki ada.
FANCY GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUP?
J. fi*. SPANN, Agent,
AT DARGAN S LATS STAND.
SPRING AXD SUMMER
Millinery and Straw Goods.
ARMSTRQIWGTCATOR & co.,
IMPORTERS asto JOBBE*? or
Bonnet, Trimming and Yelrst Ribbons,
Bonnet Silks, Satins and Velvets,
Bloods, Netts. Crapes, Ruches,
Flowers. Feathers, Ornaments,
Straw Conaets and Ladies' Hat?-Trim?
med and Untrimmed,
Shaker Hi.od?, ?e.
237 and 239 BALTIMORE STREET,
Offer tho largest Stock to be fouad In this
country, ?nd unequalled in choice variety and
cheapness, comprising the latest European Nov.
Orders solicited and prompt attention given.
March I _
Architect, County Susveyor.
WILL ATTEND TO ANY BUSINESS EN?
trusted to bim with accuracy and dispatch.
Refers to FOES OR FRIENDS.
Address, Manchester, S. C.
Oct. i 9._? : _
For Saje or Rent
ATRACT OF. LAND nea" Providence, ia
Sumter Coen ty. oootainteg 228 aeres, lately
owned by CC. Jackson, sad pesehated by
him froln Edward L. Murray and Wife, Term*
accommodating. Apply to Richardson A Son, at
Swater, S-- C.
Q. W. WITTE.,
Feb 13- ._- ' .. .... tf .
QA BUSHELS PURE DICKSON,
?V - at HU* per bash*!
TC Bashelj BojdProiiac, .
4 O - at $140 per bcseaL
Inquire of L. P. LOR INO, Esq., Sumter,
er direet fros -*f.
F.bl-3m?. . - tfa.cWtor, 8. ?.
Sumter Book Store.
Bring the Cash
SAI ?OUR pitt !
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 lp
and hope's one and all will
SATE THEIR FEELINGS
AND NOT ASK FOR CREDIT.
DR. A. T: CHIXA,
A. ANDERSON & CO.,
SUMTER, S. C.
Jan 4, 1871. tf
FALL AND WINTER
I am now receiving a Large and
Complete Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CLOTHS, CASSIM ERE?, TWEEDS,
Kentuckey Jeaas, of lew grades ?od very
Gloves and Cravats,
6 ?if penders,
ALSO A FULL SUPPLY AND VARIETY 0
These Goods I asa determined to sell lower
thea they esa be bonght in this market. Deal?
ing ia this lia? sion?, I sm 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 aspect them to bay.
B. J, WINN, A?C?IL
Main-fit. nuder Sumter Hotel.
L. P. LORING,
Messrs. ling ? Huppman,
UALTI.TIOUK, yt. X>.
Would respectfully solicit thc patronage cf bia
friends and the public.
HE HAS IN STORE A COM i'LEI2
Stock of Hardware and
embracing every artkle in this line of business,
whieb be intends to sell at the
IO WEST PU ICES, FOB CASH.
Ha ?vin Seep always ia store, a eoropleto assert
Codrn's Axes, Antes'Shovels and Spades,
Trace Chains, Hoes,
Rakes. Pitch Forks.
Grain Cradles, Scythe Blades,
Qaano Soire -, ? ? .
Pocket sod Table Callory, .
Brats Preserving Kettles,
Tia Ware, Window GIa>?-ill mrs.
Persons In wan? sf ins roost c<>...lient nn?l
seoaoBiical Steves, can bc snr>f>li<-*) ??th the
latest 'unproved patterns at prices which cannot
fait to gire entire satisfaction.
PflOTO?RAPHIC "?ALLES Y.
dictare? ? Pictures 11 Pictures ! I
Tbeeu Pietamratt sow rake? rt tbe Straiter
wi:.}: i xe TO y, x. a
VE KEEP IRE HOST COMPLETE m
?O rn twas ,S A:;R SOOTHERS
kc\ y ? ,c tie
Ofcvrrklr.d nv, :1-j.,^"!
o.i ii ;.j,..-icon To so.nl orj :.-. ? y, (.";<,>?
buyin.tr wt -nr.- trill foso! that : ?cv . w\'?\
by 0r.i.:l..?. ,;ur C; tul. r..fc fv! (ht ??,-_.f
trade is ui: ,tl ?j y f:.?|. .
Wines, Signors & To?ract,*]
'Lt. 1T?XDS .
Whiskoy. ,:;nr Rnm, . fj
Br: .dy. U'4w5. Pitter?. 1
I .: cr. ic. J
Che*:-- T- Lxre-. ine<i::cs ft..; :iorc?. I
EuokiPg lebscse, uil kind. ?" | i i ft0J|
Segar?, a good miny diJeient ?or. an .
The above wc off .- to the trade low hr ^.?*^
ADRIAN & V?LLERS, I
M.in h 2? W?niin^n. X C.
THE SUBSCRIBER rXFORMS ni
? Friends nod Customers that l.c baa recci-.
and will continue to i ceci ve *--?
XE WAX ?J a a: AV rn? xi TCP
TO SUIT T?IE TI?rES.
His Stock consists cf almost '?very article in t
SOFA?. STItE-S -?AI^DS. BOOK-CAS"
Wardrobes. Extention Tab!es>
Bureaus, W ash-Stand*,
Sitting and H ?eking Clnir.--. of every kia
Crib?, Cradlcs.Truuulcs Cottage Bedst
Si me more of those CHEAP COTTAGE SET.
Most Safe*, Windon Shades and Ws
Papering-all low for CAMI.
J. E. Suares,
Haiti Strcd, opposite Esprt.ts 0?
Eo'.raaco from Stair Oseen Main Street to
?gue and Fever.
The only preventive known for Chills and F<
is the usc of Wolfe "jj Schiedam Sehr.ar pat
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnap
Is goo 1 f..r I M .-r *r-s:a
Wolfe's Sc&adam SelmappSj
Is a preventive of C .?'.ls and Fever.
"Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps, ft
Is good f->r all K: Jr.. y nr.l llr.ddcr crmplaints}.^
Wolfe's Schiedam" Sclmapps. I
Is used ali over thc w"r".-l !>J physicians in tbclv?
Wolfe's S?-hieuam Schnapp? 1
Is goed for Gent.
"Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps. I
Ts g*;d for nil T'r!n try complaints.
Wolfe's Schiedam See napp?, j
I? recommended l y a'.l t*:c Mt Wc:A PaeaRy. ?
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Is good for Colic and pain in the Stomach. K
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps. |
Is imitated and cotint?rf-it?>.l, avi nerehuecflm
will have ic u*c cv.ti r. :a purchasing, ty
I be? leave te call t:.e a: ten lion of be tv.; ?cs
to testi.uoni..ls ju r ' : ' i r S I
? fcc! bound To say tUat I r> .:.--: ar bcappM
a? bcrpg in every r?-v-'t ?4x-emiacnt^Jrjj
poe and ?tes. msg?! rav?rteal patronage. Atjjr
all crests it is thc purest r >-.-ih> r.rticle of JIol-T
land Gin. htre'.'l"" un-.' r.-in:;' ".<.. end as such)
maj he sa-clv prescribed hy physicians.
DAVID U. MOTT, M. I?, Pbaxmaccnttcal Chem?
ist. Ne w York.
L 'iTsvti.t y. Kv.. Sept. I.-I Icll that we ' aveij
now an article of tiwi, suitable f-r such cas^s ?s
thai rcntcly is a<*ap*? 1
1>K. J. W. BRrGIIT.
"Sehn-ipr??"' is a rtme'y in eLrot.'o catarThad
I tak? great p'cascrcin bearing highly c.~dt?bi
b'c testimony io itscti a-y a? a remedial
in the d,s-.-:-?s f r el : ii yon t.c- samen i u.'
Having a t::?rur..l :. J ::?-y : .. .: - tn-- -SK -VI-!
fa -cs. with i ?'"?.:i.r <!. ftrcc ol stisu'a?; .;. 1 i ,..pt j
it as one of Inc tv -t i ; 'wi ia]
chr?'iic ctrartbal a:'. s. particnl ' ; ibtisol
of the p-n i to-urinary s|jy ays. Vta.;.ci?
r.-.-ptct, y.'nr ?.!.<.?:c.: sw
C&AS. A. LE tS, ').,."\ v V. ik.
?!> PIM: ??rr.? r. N: v.- '. .
Urajtjrsro W.>L: ::. l's,.. /' ?**
have trade n chee?ical < xa - i
o? your "?cbicd.-.m S. ?':. ; ;--.
ha<l been added ta ihcsimt*? .
The exam:na!i<io basresi lt
admix'urie. i bave ? <.?.n v.. a'
tr..ceo?'ih? oVlef<crj<ns st.h
sotrrtorei s employed ia '.
I w. nld u">t bt-itate to i..-' . .
mend to ?&. r-, f- . ts '.<il
.?Sohicdatil Scbt.K: ; ?"* ::- .'!.
objectionoolc variety ? fgiai.
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c X-.v. 21, < .
.: Irjcae,?S<s: I
? ?i:'<. .> ..: a semptaj
.-. :. ;?-.e tr.--i t o?
'- Ir.ri^'.ts s-. '.?'.i?ice.
.-. in tl.o ci.6??R.MOM
? :?> . Lscoi i r any
jUCCS Urbich as*
leiwtion ? i ?#i.-;i;ors
- ai.r ?o eesen
I furp .M -, ibo
. xc??lcnt and t;n
:;:?.Y, Chemist: :
Crsvtr.tt. .>.!? T:*'?iv; . i Li?, it-.t. tr, T '
ExritA.NGi: PLACK. 5CW-V< RK. TV >V. ?.'?, loi.".
Uboiroo WOIFK. Pt-A? Sr?t: The ender.,
'sigix i have carefully ..: ' M- :gl:l\ .m?.;^7eda
sampSe i fyoar ?. Vt"? : -"?.: iv-'k-a Sv^napps,"
s.-lci-t.d b* .'::<<.:.. -an.! i; ?. . "u> d tlc .?au.?.-.
frcefiesaaH r-.-:.'-.-- '.? . : .? . '.i-.-!.:n.-?.>;moro.
ur ?C-? injuri.>.is :.i ii.^l.t.. P.v.., th? iv-u.1 of ocr '
exuaina?ion Keo.n-' li i . . le one .rf saperia?
quili?r. tM;ilt?::;.! : - ., k??ivt?g'v- s I . J.-e*t:a?in
iii Bt?dici .::? cjnn!9 i- a.
Rc*p*>?ffia??v V -ITS. V
<sign d) ALK\. i. ; .-.-.i.;^. i~
FRASCO E. L'.< E?.'l.M.I) il i>.vi|^
Forsa?eby ell nfw-rm' '. Gr r**r??nd Dvn?fKraa
UDOLPHO WQL?^S KST,
?2 RSA vs? sr, y. V.
ASD2EW STcOOSB, Jr.
.- ?.N'r? P;-;A;.;:... i.v
Anti other IviiM"n_ r*-t??i.
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