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e Sumter Watchman.
EDtfESDAY. JUNE 14.
AU Transieot Advertisements, and nil
ork must be paid for ia cash. This will
red withou: distinction. Subscriptions
payable in advance.
Applications for Job Work will be made,
"ce, to Taos. E. FLOWERS.
WATCH MA* bopks are in the keeping of W.
ros. who will receipt for monies due and
to all matters connected wi h the Advcr
or Subscription departments.
Our Advertifiog friends nro requited to
n their favors not later than Monday.
TER MAH A RRANQEMEM TS.
CHANGK OF SCHEDULE.
10: A. M. 1 P. M
ern, 11:30 A. M. ll A. Bf.
ing. on Mon
d Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M.
ville 0n Mon
d Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M
Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M.
opens Sunday from 12:-0 to 1:30 P. M.
T. B. JOHNSON, P. M.
uary 25th, 1S71. tf
less prevented by a remittance,
ill be forced to the disagreeable
ity of striking from our mail
, the names of Subscribers who are
ted to us for four and five years
e have politely addressed several
rs to many who are well able to pay
mall amounts due this office, and
reeceived no reply,
e Watchman wiil be sent to such
ribera until the 1st July next,
this notice mar/ceo7, anti if a settie
is not made by that time, or a
factory answer received, their
s will be erased from our bouks,
heir accounts forwarded fer col?
e have been indulgent to those
have been sc long io our'lebt, and
rve better treatment at tfieir bauds,
to be hoped that this notice will
elate all delinquents to remit at once
tmount honestly due us for sub
?tion, and by so doing, avoid further
de and expense.
The weather in this section con
s excessively wet. The corn crop,
?cially where it has been well fcrtk
I) is growing with almost unparal
rapidity, and the same may be said
e grass. Cotton is beginning to
^ We are indebted to the corn?
ie for cards invitatory to thc Auni
ry Celebration of the Euplira?ian
ty, ol thc S. C. University, ou the
of June, and to the Annual oration
e thc Euphradiao and Ciar ?sophie
tics, of the same, to be delivered
on. II. W. HILLIARD, of Augusta,
n the oUth of June.
- - ??? -
LY SHIPflEM OF PEACH KS.
r enterprising fr i ord, Maj. Jl 1).
, we learn, shipped ou .Munday last,
press, to New -.ork, twenty buses
e peaches, from his orchard.
SIFTER MARBLE YARD.
. W. P. SMITH, the worthy pro
r, informs the public, iu ?is
tisemeut printed on another
o, that he now has a lot ol fine
Ie, aud is prepared lor all orders in
epartm?R. We ask for him sus
- --t-^?-K -
v. SAMUEL A. WEDER, as will bc
is tbe Masonic Orator, for Bishep
St. John's L>ay next, 24th iust.
e privileged to hear him will enjoy
rary treat, besides learning much
e beautiful symbolism of the An
ENTl'TWO HOURS It EH I VD,
r Charleston, Columbia and Au
exchanges, under the recent
of schedule, now reach Sumter
ty-two hours later than formerly,
is to say: Instead of receiving
at 4 o'clock on the day of publica
they do not reach us until 10
k on the day after,
tis puts the Wilmington dailies
fty two hours ahead cf all others.
THE TOWN PRINTING.
I is proper that we shouH say, and
ke pleasure in thc announcement,
Capt. E. C. GREEN,?the lnHndan:,
Capt. L. P. LORING, one of the
'ens, counseled and voted against
ending of the Town Printing to
ington for execution,
.nd in view of the general public
ivor this extraordinary action has
, in the expression of ocr citizens,
e it was made known to them, wc
?r, for the present, what we conceive
be just and legitimate criticism
HOYT Ac FOX.son:.
r young friends, OLIVER HOYT
?. HALTOM FOLSOM, have joined
Ives together io the bonds of a
ership, as Watchmakers and Jew
at tbe old stand ol the late
EMAN Hon. We take pleasure io
sting public ittestioa to their
rtisement, as printed on another
lin, expressing .be bope that Ute
r of tbe two may result io mutual
rare and profit. Both are practical
industrious and worthy y?uog men.
THE QUEEN OF LILIES.
We were permitted recently, daring
a very pleasant morning stroll [under
fair escort] through the beautiful flow?
er garden of Mrs. A. A. SOLOMONS, to
see the Japan Lily (botanically known
as Lilium Avratum) in full bloom. It
is a bloom of surpassing loveliness
more beautiful because its rare beauty
wears so sweptly the charm of modesty
-pnd bas justly been crowned "Queen
of Lilies." Its attractions, too, are not
entirely of its modest beauty. Unlike
many bulbous blooms, it emits delight?
ful perfume. The plant we saw (a
single shoot, some two feet high) bore
three flowers, from eight to ten inches
in diameter-color white ground with
purple spots, flaked and striped with
We were pleased, on Monday last, to
greet, on a brief visit to Sumter, our
much esteemed friend, Col. C. C.
PORTER, of the Valley of Virginia
(West Virginia). We welcome bim
cordially to our midst-because ol his
high bearing, generous, affable nature,
and enlarged South ern sympathies, and
because he seeks, by the investment of j
his money in our midst, to build up and
develop our section. Aud it may not
be known (but should bc) that during
the distress from want of provisions,
which prevailed in this region some
years since, Col PORTER contributed
largely, both by his personal means and
efforts, to our relief.
[Just here we arc tempted to whisper | J
i word, softly, in thc ear of our fair
^marriageable) ladies, but we're afraid.]
?PARTANB LUG FEMALE COLLEGE.
Wc have pleasure in directing attention
to this vr luable scat of female learning,
ihc advertisement of which is priuted in
jurcoiumns today. From a comparatively
small beginning, it has grown rapidly in
favor and usefulness, and is now on the
highway to enlarged success. The
names of Revs. SAMUEL B JONES and
SAMUEL LANDER, thc joint proprietor!
ind conductors of this College, carry
confidence wherever they are known.
As the President of Davenport, thc lat
?er was sigually successful in this deli?
cate and diflvult department, and as
?htef manager a?. Spartanburg, thc for?
mer has already evidenced happy
capacity and fitness.
Co. F., 7th IT. S. Cavalry, of eighty
lour men, commanded by Lieut. D.
MCINTOSH, arrived at Sumter on 3Ion
:lay last, and have goue into camp here. r
Filis Compony, (with three others, a
nrdered to Nashville, Wiuusboro, and
I ?arlington C. II ) came from Port
Lyon, Colorado Territory, and were
twelve days no the route to Columbia.
Sumter, we leam, has DOW been made
i post. and. with thc Infantry, numbers
The approaching Commencement at
this noble seat o' learning is looked to
by its patrons and friends with more
than usual interest. There will go
forth from its classic halls and its moral
aud religious teachings and influences,
a graduating class of uuusual size and of
Bishop WIGHTMAN ?will bc present
to preach the Commencement Sermon,
aud Gen. JOHN S. PRESTON will deliver
the Annual Address before the Literary
Societies, with other features of interest,
as will bc seen from the published
programme of exercises.
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SCHOOL TRISTERS FOR SUMTER
School Ccamissioner, J. N. CORBETT,
under thc late Act of the Legislature,
has appointed, without reference to
party, the annexed Trustees of Public
Schools for Sumter County, in thc hope
that they will not only consent to serve,
but that they will bestow such attention
as this important branch of thc public
interest merita :
No 1, Sumter School District-C. M.
Hurst,-J. D. Singleton.
No 2, Privateer Shc'l Dis.-R. B. Cain,
J. H. Cockerill, Jacob Miller.
No. 3, Manchester Sch'l Dis.-J. M.
Tindal, Juhn Owens, J. Simmons.
No. 4, Middleton Sch'l Dis.-J. A
Ilatvio, N. Smothers, Thoa. Richard?
No. 5, Stateburg Sch'l Dis.-J. D.Gra?
ham, H. L. Pinckney, Powell Odura.
No. G, Raften Creek Sch'l Dis.-G. W.
Brown, J. II. McLeod, Jack Bowens.
'No. 7, Providence Scb'I Dis.-J. J
Knox, Joshua Myers, James Jackson.
No. 8, Bradford Springs Sch'l Dis.-R.
L. Heriot, L. M. Smith, Frank Mur?
No 9, Bishopville Sch'l Dis.-T. M.
Muldrow, A. E. Alexander, J. H.
No. 10, Carter's Crossing Sch'l Dis -
Dr. Henry Stackey, Wtn. D. Scarbor?
ough, J. W. Wesberry.
No. ll, Mt. Clio Sch'l Dis.-H. Dickson
Corbett, F. G. Scarborough, Abraham
No. 12, Lynchburg Sch'l Dis.-Hosea
Wilson, C. Boyle, Thomas Lowry.
No. 13, Swimming Pens Sch'l Dis -H.
T. McLeod, D. G. Robertson, Peter
>o. 14, Shiloh Sch'l Dis.-EHas Chan?
dler, W. D. Hinds, D. C. Boyd.
No. 16, Mayearille Sch'l Dis.-Re?. M.
R. Miller, T. B. Johnson, Henry Cain.
No. 16, Concord Sch'l Dis.-Jas. G.
White, W. T. Brogdon sod 8. Leaf.
[F* tl? Watchman.]
SUMTER, S. C., Ju?e ll, 1871.
The Juvenile Temperance Society of
Sumter, met this (Sunday) afternoon,
at the Methodist Church, President F.
A. TRADEWELL in* the chair. The
meeting was opened with prayer, and
singing by the choir.
A letter of resignation from J. E;
Brown, Jr., late Secretary, was read by
the President, and accepted by the
Society. T. E. Gilbert was then elected
permanent Secretary to fill th? vacancy.
The meeting was addressed by Rev.
H. A. C. Walker and others, in avery
interesting and able manner.
An opportunity was afforded for any
to connect themselves with the Society
who might wish to do so. Five came
forward and signed the pledge of total
abstinence for life.
Tbe Society tenders its thanks to the
?boir, for the sweet music given them
DO thc occasion.
It was moved and adopted that a copy
)f the minutes be furnished to the
papers of the town for publication.
There being no f-rther business be?
fore the meeting, it closed with the
)enediotion from Rev. H. A. C. Walker,
o meet on the second Sunday of Octo?
ber next, unless otherwise ordered by
F. A. TR ADE WELL,
[\ E. GILBERT, Secretary.
' The Editor of the Madison, Ga?, Eran
ner gays of DAHET' PROPOTLATIC FLUID: "It
s no humbug-will do what it proposes to do.
Vc hare known it for many years and unhesita
ingly recommend it to the public.
Beyond ? Doubt.
More diseases are tbe ratait of the derange
aent of the Liver than from aay other cause.
Vhen that o.-gaa ia diseased, every part of the
ystem sympathises with it, and general prostrat?
ion and decline is the result. The best, safest
.nd speediest remedy for Liver Complaint and
ll the diseases that follow, ia T?TT'S VEGETA
?LE LIVER PILLS, they are pecSHarly adapt
d to the climate of the South. They are told by
) ru jgists everywhere.
II..IR VIGOR. In common with many others
re have felt a lively interest in the investigations
rbich Dr. Ayer has been making to discover the
auscs of i'ailuro of the hair, and to provide a
emedy. His researches are raid to have been
inch more thorough and exhaustive than any
ver made before.. The molt is. BOW . before us
oder the name of Area's HAIR V.eee. We bare
'tren it a trial, and with full satisfaction. I
quails our most favorable anticipations. ' Our
Tay hairs have disappeared, or resumed their
riginal color; and a risible crop "of soft, silken
air bas started on a part of the aealp which waa
ntirely bald. [Democrat, Abingdon, Va.
A Chapter of Facts*
Spnce is valuable in a newspaper, and it is
berefore proposed in this advertisement to con
lense a variety of facts, important to the publie,
oto a small compass. Those tacts refer to Hos
et ter'? Stomach Bitters-what that celebrated
nedicine is, and what it aili do. lathe first
lace, then, the article is a stimulant, tonie and
.Iterative, consisting of a combination, of aa ab
ulately pure spirituous agent with tba most vala?
ble medioioal vegetable substances that Botanic
csearch bas placed at tba disposal of tbe chemist
nd the physician. These ingredients are eom
>ounded with great care, and ia such proportions
s to produce a preparation which invigorates
riihnut exciting the general ey ?tem, and tones,
egulutes and controls the stomach, the bowels,
he liver, and the minor secretive organs.
Vhat this great restorative will do must be
.n'.bered from what it bas done. The case of dys
lepata, or any other form of indigestion, io which
t bas been persistently administered without of
acting a radical ear?, ia yet to be heard from,
.nd the same may be said of bilious disorder?, io
et initient ferer, nervous affections, gm eral de
lility, constipation, sick headache, mental dire,
lilities to which the feeble ar? so subject. a It
turifica all the fluids of tb? body, including tbe
ilood, and the gentle stimulas which it Imparts
o the narrons systemil? not succeeded by tb?
lighte d reaction. This is a chapter of taeta
rhieh readers, for their own sakes, should mark
md rr im-mber. ^mmmmmtM-aAtarawa-aimmavaaaara
A. 4. SOLOMONS,
Has a FeU Stock of DRY GOODS.
A. A. SOLOMONS
Has a good assortment of Shoes and Hats.
A.. A. SOLOMONS
Bas every thing useful ia Hardware.
k. A. SOLOMONS
il as a fall assortment is Peta, Crests and Tic -
A. A. SOLOMONS
Continues to keep bi? Grocery Room well ?ap?
plied with every thing ia (bat lia?.
A. A. SOLOMONS
Ls selling bis goods VERY LOW, sad sotHag ]
for CASH ONLY.
Call and see him at the
CORNER MAIN A5D LIBERTY STS.
For Sale or Bent
BACON AND PORK.?
150 BARRELS TORS,
56 BHDS, RA CON,
.at. W. KIRCHNER.
t. w. Kfattsrar*
BY LATE ARRIVAL OUB STOCK
?F DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
HOISERY, NOTIONS, &c.,
is completo io all departments. Oar
Goods are marked at PRICES that will
PAY AN INSPECTION OF TEEM
BY ALL PURCHASERS.
OUR STOCK OF STAPLE AND
is kept full at all times, consisting
of all kinds, (Except Liquors.)
GREEN, WALSH & CO.
A full line of Patent Poplins.
A large lot of Grenadines of su?
perior quality and design.
ASSORTMENT OF DRESS GOODS In Town.
At GREEN, WALSH A CO'S.
Handsome Printed Organdies.
AH Wool Merino?, DeLatnes and Empress Clothr
OF ALL KINDS. THE LATEST STYLEC
At GREEN, WALSH ft CO'S.
Men's and Boy's Clothing,
Of every Siie and Quality, at Prices
To Sait All.
ladies' Linen Suits
Bargains in Long Cloth.
A LARGE AND VARIED AS?
SORTMENT OF LADIES'
CUFFS AND COLLARS
Alpaeeas-all kinds, colors and qualities.
Brodie Grenadine Bareges
Running through all Colors snd Qualities.
Silks, Poplins, Scotch Plaids and Fancy Delsines
Printed and Plain Lawns,
8-4 Black India Barege."
Mozambiques in great Yariety.
Largest Assortment of Harness in Sumter. Come
and see it.
A nice line of Striped and plaid
At GREEN, WALSH A CO'S.
Saddles and Bridle* to salt avery OBS.
AND HARDWARE, at retail end wholesale, |
At GREEN, WALE H A GO'S.
Another Lot nf these Nsw Style Hats.
Br PURCHASING THB NON EXPLOSIVE
KEROSINE LAMPS, to be bad only
At GREEN, WALSH A CO'S.
Chins aad Glass Wara.
Crockery of all kinds. I
OF CORN, BACON. LARD, HAMS AND
BUTTER, COFFEE, TBA and81G AR,
At GREEN, WALSH * CO'S.
Calf Skin, Sela and Lacio j Leather.
17 LOU a. SALT, MOLASSES and MK8S
At GREEN, WALSH A CO'S
Philadelphia Boote and Shoes.
OF WHITE GOODS. GLOVES, HOSIERY j
and DRBSS GOODS, Jost received at as-;
toaisaiawly lew pries?,
By GREEN, WALSH A CO.
Mile's Boots and Sanes. King's Ladies Shoes.
Bargains in Remnants,
At GREEN, WALSH A CO'S.
Wc pay tba HIGHBBf CASH PRICE FOB
OTTON, OR SHIP AN? HOLD WHEN
CAW^4?VANCB8 .OK SAME.
Gr??s," Walsh ft CO.
? MERCHANTS '*
sdi - ..
May Butter, choice quality, at
Arabian Dates, Fresh & Fine,
at 15 cents per pound.
Large Italian Lemons^ at 5 c each
Cooking Butter, at 25 cts.
Best Factory Cheese, at 25 cts.
English Pickles, assorted.
American Sauces and Catsups*
Spanish Olives, extra quality,
Olive Oil, finest kiud.
White Wine Vinegar, a pure
Fresh Salmon, in 1 and 2 lb.
Spiced Salmon, in oil, 2a lb.
Fresh Oysters, in 1 and 2 lb.
rdines, in oiL
Fruits and Vegetables in cans.
Preserves and Syrups.
Mustard, Coleman's finest En?
Cocoa and Chocolate.
Raisins, Citron and Currants.
Soft shell Almonds.
Spices, of all kinds,
A generally assorted, stock in?
cluding LIQUORS, of all kinds
for sale by
Chas. H. Moise & Co.,
SUMTER, S. C.
Piano for Sale?
ON CREDIT UNTIL 15th October, if desired.
CHAS. 17. MOISE,
May 24 At Planters' Warehouse.
! Ladies III
% F4 A. FOLSOM I
? OFFERS YOU BARGAINS IN V
Fancj Goods, and almost anything in <.>
your line. Keep* Corsets, Gloves, *?
JJ diet's., Hosiery. Laces, Ein- 4
broidery, Trimmings, Y
Hair Nett, Hair Pias Z
Sewing Cotton, <?>
a good arti- <>
cle at 5c.
Einl'Jy Silk* and Cotton, Ruffling?,
Chignons, Ribbons, White Goods,
Calicoes, Needles, Everything !
AT REDUCED PRICES.
The Ont established ia Sumter,
Ia always supplied with
CHOICE CANDIES, FRUITS,
Nota. Cakes, Crackers, Ac, T
and Toys, io variety.
% (andy Eedueedto 30 els. per
% lb. from Ibis day. t
T Jan 4 F. A. FOLSOM. J
? Lilli MD,
Near the Sumter Depot.
WE having to located oar Mill as to enable
aa to sell any kind of Lomtxr for LESS
MONEY than aay other Mill vitbin reach of j
Sumter., bar? established a
sear tbo Railroad Depot, where caa be found all
qualities of Lumber, as cheap as it can be sold.
All Mila for Lumber not on tb? Yard, can be
furn ?shod at abort notice.
H. M. REAMES & CO.
May ir Sm
55 mila Wat of Charlotte, N. C.
The subscribers, having asioeiaUd themselves
ia tba management of then Springs, would an?
nounce to their friends and the publie that the |
House will be opened on thc lat day of Jane for j
tb? reception of viaitors
To those ?ho aar? tested tb? virtues of the?
extraordinary wa'en it ia deemed o o necessary to
.ay anything by way of commendation, bat to
other? Ui?y confidently assnre satisfaction if they
will make trial of the heeJing properties of thia j
water far only a abort tia??.
Wo pledge ourselves to ?par?, neither pains
nor expense ia order to render all who may
favor as with a call as Mgftmble aa possible.
Ta prospect of aa abundance of supplies we bar?
adopted tba following scale of
Ii orar 10 day? at - ..- - $1.50 par day
If not over 10 day*, . - 1.75 "
SlagUday, . - -2.50
Children between tb? ?gee of t aad 8 year?,
aad ?afead am ants, at half ratea.
Waabflf on reasonable terna.
It? expected that tb? Western DlvWcwof
tba WU., Char. A Ruth. Railroad will be aaa
Hai te within a mil? or two of tb? Springs at
an ?arly day.
J. J. BLACKWOOD.
R. M. OATES.
May 24, 1871-2m.
ISAAC A. WK AG EN.
FRESH AND PURE
ALWAYS ON BAND.
PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED WITH CARE
AT ALL HOURS.
"THE FIRM OF
RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR
Friends and the publie, that they aro constantly
Of tbe Best Quality, and all Articles
usually found in a Drug Store.
The basinets of the l?ense, comprising
Pliarmaty and Prescription Stand,
will be ander the special charge of Major J. B
RUSSELL who brings to his aid an experience of j
EIGHTEEN YEARS in the chemical combina
lion of Medicines.
Prompt and careful attention will be given to
Prescriptions, and Medicines for the same can
be relied on as pore and of the best quality.
DRUG STORE, CORNER OF
Main and Republican Streets.
Thos. T. Upshur's Store,
MAlNJc REPUBLICAN STREETS \
SUMTER, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
announces to the public, that be bas in
store, and will be constantly reeeivirg, a large
and varied assortment of
Suitable for Plantation and Family use.
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
will be allowed Merchants, and they are specially
invited to call and es aar inc hts Stock, and they
will find that his business facilities enable bim to
supply them with goods
AS CHEAP AS THEY CAN BUY THEM \
in any Nortbera or Southern Market. Come and
see for yourselves, ac ocular demonstration is
Highest Market Price
paid for Cotton.
AND THREE FOURTHS OF THE VALUE
CASH, will be adran sed, on all Cotton Shipped
to the House in Baltimore for which be is agent,
and it will be held over if desired. Ile will make
a speciality of
Corn, Bacon and Flour,
which be is prepared to furnish in any quantity
f?t* Customers and Families purchasing
their supplies at my establishment, esn bare
them delivered free of charge, at their residences
within tbs limits of the town.
J3T- Country Produce taken ia exchange
THOS. T. UPSHCR, Ja.
J. E.SI ARES
THE SUBSCRIBER INFORMS HIS
I Friends and Customers that he bas received
and will continue to receive
NF WAND CHEAP FURNITURE,
TO SUIT THE TIMES.
His Stock consists of almost every article ia that
SOFAS, SIDE-BOARDS, BOOK-CASE^
Wardrobes, Extention Tables,
Sitting and Rocking Chairs, of every kind
Crib?. Cradles,Trundles Cottage Bedstead*
JUST RE' 'IVED
Sera? more of those CH RA . COTTAGE SETS
Meat Safes, Vindow Shades sad Wal
Papering-all low for CASH.
J* E Snares,
Main Street, opposite Express Office
Entrance fmm Stair Case on Main Street to
SPRING AUB SUMMER
MISSES J. A R. McELHOSK,
ScxTca, So. Ca.
Haring recently returned from tbe
North, with a choke Selection of
lavin the attention of their customer? to tho
opening of their
SP?IS? ANO SIMMER STOCK.
Oar assortment of MILLINERY AND FAN?
CY GOODS, embrace? tho latest aad mort
fashionable styles of
; HATS, BONNETS, FLOWERS, Vi f if M&
Orders solicited aad prompt sttcotioo
MISSES J. A. R. McKLHOSE,
Maa. Kv J. ZsasU.
Bring the Cash
SAVE Ml 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 PROFIT1 FOR CASH
He is compelled to make his
and hopes one and all will j
SAVE THEIR FEELINGS
AND NOT ASK FOR CREDIT.
DR. A. J. CHINA,;
A. ANDERSON & CO.,
SUMTER, S C.
Jan 4, 1871. tf
Main-si under Sumter Hotel.
L. P. LORIN Gr,
Messrs. King & Hnppman,
BALTIMORE, KI. D.
Would respectfully solicit tbe patronage of bis
friends and the public.
HAS IN STORR A COMPLETE
Stock of Hardware and
embracing every article in this linc ofbujioeeF,
which be intends to ?ell at tbe
LOWEST PRICES, FOR CASH.
He will keep always in ?tore, a compl?te assort?
Collin's Axes, Ames'Shovels and Spades, |
Trace Chains, Hoes,
Raices. I'itch Forks.
H rain Cradles, Scythe Blades,
Pocket rad Table Cattery,
Bra?* Preserring Kettles,
Tic Ware, Window Gla>s-all ?ices.
Persons in want of the most convenient ?n i .
economical Stoves, can be supplied with the j
latest improved pattern? at prices which cannot
fail to give entire satisfaction.
TOE ONLY STRICTLY
Grocery and Liqrtor1T xuso
THE UNDERSIGNED, begs lo-vc tr.
call the attention ot hts friend* and thc
public generally to bis
NEW AND WELL SELECTED
Heavy andFancy Groceries
Which he offer? low for CASU ONLY.
^sji> All articles warranted as rec o nun c c .le
??*S~ Pure Mod'cinal Liqu-r* kept constan
J. H. KB EH HAUT. j
D. J. WINN. Agent,
Now hu in Store a Large ami Careful?
ly selected Stock of
Spring and Sunuuer Goods,
WHICH HS GUARANTEES AS REPKE
CLOTHING-Fine, Medium and Common,
Cloths aad Caisimerei,
Flo? Lot Tweeds,
Giotto und Cr*?-?*?,^
which bo>ledSe? bisasUf tu ??it kw fur ?JR
f STJ:?TF.R S?T?TR?. )
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< Pure Rye tVhi.key, ami Arva . .
( ro'it? and boioy o.,::.!! ,c Su inf rr Bit'? r. !
f The ??r?st S..U-:..-rn .[,.-.. . * ,
j ? is SUMTER RUTERS.
Down:. MOISE .t DAVIS.
Proprietors and IV hillie l*rag-?sts.
Chariest*!!. S. .'.
FOUND AT i.A.-v :
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An Antidote for Fever ? ?gn?.
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DR A* Slits : I have i-rv-i-.ii ? : it: my prsc:i?-e
the Moue's Fever abd A.-.v Pi;!? ? at ter. in
meeraieases nf Chrocle Ct.iii sm' Fever, b?tb
among my v?hi?can? r- ?ot*d ; atieaia. wi*b ?in!,
su'-ccss, they having <::cc'<-i a PROMPT AM?
PERMANENT CURE IS EVERY CASE,
where all other nciieines bave failed. 1 r.?.:??
particnlarly my colored patient*. bcea?*e rt ey
are more exposed, and !. . - !ik- ly to take ore ut
themselves wh--n :he Ci I^WS them.
I reca rd .Vol - E'S FEVER .?ND ACHE
PILLS a? A CERTAIN CURE, a'.i afck*>mg
to all living in tim M ilari.-M ai.-trir-t? tb?
South, and pai ii- alarly in ?bc Everglades' ?.I our
State. Very res?wtr?llT, yonn*.
JAS. H. ?WKNS, M. I).
?&T* F?T sale by hrwrgi"**.
FOR SIGHT I? PRICELESS ! !
THE DIAMOND !L ASSES, tn cufactared
by J. E. SPENCER lt CO., N w \o:K. irht-h
are DOW offered t*> (te puhli''. are prjt ucee* hy
all the celebrated Opticians the n ?rW :? bo
the most Perfect. N iwrai A:i ..- Lil beiy t . lb*
burean eye ever kn?.wn.
They are pr'-uiul und. r tb. ir >... I? >'?. . TV'- -n.
from minute Crystal " '<?''.?*. t:??:-l t lb? r.
sud dative their Mike. "Diam nd," vc uccoui.;
uf their hardness ai d br?'iisi . y.
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?'rueted brinp? the . - r . : . ; ? ,.>?> d; -
rertly in (ront ?? ii.- .' .. :":| ' ' " a' 'l
distioet \i>i'.r.. nt in ti . i. b< ait: y - a?,
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glimmering and w^v.-i.'i .-! . dtzzinrsv.Xe ,
peealiart?< all ?tilers i i t,..-.
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frame? of tho best Reality. ?I '.? iteris - .!.-. .?
f??r that purpo?e. Their Sui-h and dur
eaBSMM l>e ?nrpa?scd.
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trade mark vtftuped vt? every frasee.
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