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CTON - - BUSINESS MAIMA6ER
Transient Advertisements, and all
aast be paid for in cash. This will
without distinction. Subscriptions
ayable in advance.
Mentions for Job Work will be made,
t, to Taos. E. FLOWERS.
BITCH:: AS books are in tbe keeping of W.
[cy, who will receipt for monies doe and
Tall matters connected with the Adver
Layar Advertising friends sro requested to
Their favors not Inter than Monday.
V? HAIL ARRANGE HEM TS.
CHANGS OF SCHEDULE.
10: A. M. 1 P. M
11:30 A. M. ll A. M.
[Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M.
Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. Bf.
?urs, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M.
?ns Sunday from 12:->0 to 1:30 P. M.
T. B. JOHNSON, P. M.
25th, 1871. tf
Ice Cream, dec, by the ladies of |
|ptist Church, this day as usual;
the ladies of the Methodist
OD Friday, beginning at ll
We arc indebted to MB. A. A.
IONS, now on a pleasuro tour
[for New York papers, containing
[counts of thc terrible Orange riot
York on Wednesday last.
LOTTE PEDIALE INSTITUTE.
ask attention to the advertisement
Principals of this, fine institution,
and JOHN B. BURWEEL.
LVCnTER FIRE ENGINE COM?
its regular Quarterly Parade on
President E. C. GREEN in
Notwithstanding thc heat and
ie Company turned out strong,
idled their fine machine with
|>me portions of Sumter County,
op, the com especially, is now
.uciug severe injury from drought.
Bishopvillc region, wc learn, it
Estrous The rains have been
|-some neighborhoods experi
good average seasons, whilst in
[there has been five or six weeks
lt. In some places thc cotton is
rapidly. Upon thc whole, the
Bp, both of cotton and corn, will
irially cut short.
E SOUTHERN GARDENER, \
[rt and Simple Directions tor the ?
of Vegetables and Fruits at the
Bj Dr. HENRY W. RAVENKLI
?n, S. C. A neatly printed aud j
ed duodecimo, of sixty five i
from the press of Walker, Kvans :
[well, Charleston. A useful puhli-j
For sale at thc Sumter Book
Price 50 cents.
Jcsire to make special mention of
[u>c of WILSON & SELBY, of;
ire, while directing attention to \
idrertisetuent, printed in this j
They arc Cotton Factors, and ;
in Planters' supplies, and will ;
[purchases of any description of
We commend them earnestly, !
lily, promptness, good judgement j
tiuess experience and facility. '
?ur orders to them, and we have ;
talion in saying thc fullest satis- I
Iwill be rendered.
ES" INSURANCE CO.tlPAN V. j
tw the isolated word "Andes" j
?ed, in s!p;n fashion, in one of our ;
business houses, a few days since, j
curious to know what it meant.
'HAS. il. MOISE'S Insurance i
^erneut, in our columns, gives
lunation. The "Andes" is a (
?ut vigorous Insurance Company,
lid up capital and surplus of
lion and a half.
re indebted to Mr MOISE for a
lupply of blotters and paper cut
btributed by this Company.
respondent, who signs himself]
id and strong supporter of thc
in," desires us to ask what went
fifty cents, per capita, of la
[employed, collected from thc
of Sumter, by Col. WHITTIER'S
I, and paid to Capt. BURGESS,
>vost Marshal at Sumter ? Ile
know whether that levy was
>rder from the Government or
icir own making, and mentions
paid at the rate for twenty-two
tired, in 1856.
IFEOF GEN. SI.TITER.
?ere pleased to reeeire a call,
the past week, from Mr. LYMAN
PER, who ia collecting material
publication of the Life of Geo.
Mr. DRAPER is indefatigable,
ikes close aod discriminating
Us greatest difficulty seems to
itablisbing wtisftct?fiij the
of the "Old Game Cook/'
siting at the details connected
early youth. Mr. DRAPER is a
of Mi oison, Wisccnsid, sod for
eighteetjem has been Secre?
tos WiseoDnin Historical Society
i a natural*food*est forantiqaity,
devoted moen of kif life.to
historic daUfrom ofeioa.
Composed of Minister? ?.ad Deleg
from the Circuits and' Stations io
Presiding Elder's Distriet,-wr!l (ty
vice permission) hold its annual ses:
io the Methodist Church io Sum
begiooiog Si o'clock, p. m , Wednes
Jal; 26th, with religious services
the open ins sermon by Kev 8. A WEE
and closing on Sunday evening followi
There will be preaching each day at
o'clock a. m. aod 8 J o'clock p. io.,
sides the business meetings, which \
j cora menee at 9 o'clock a. m. on Thursd
Note. Our good friends io the tot
or close surroundings, who may be
dined aod find it convenient to assist
entertaining the Delegates, are rcspei
fully requested to give their oames a
the cumber they cao accommoda
respectively at the Methodist Parsons
?r to either of the Messrs. Ding
Gilbert, Tradewell, Daraot, F. A. Feb
Winn, W. P. Smith. Some seventy
eighty members aod visitors are e
There will be some horses to provi
for. Food for these, from friends io t
country, would be gratefully received.
TOWN POLICE RESIST ED-OF1 F ENI
Policeman BARWICK., on Monday la:
attempted to arrest TOM JONES, a cole
ed mao, who was violating order ai
decency oo the sheet. JONES resiste
seizing thc policeman's baton, at
pandering him powerless to execute tl
law. In this condition (there being t
other policeman presentat the momeo
BARWICK pressed Mr. ROBT. W. AI
rPEWK lo his assistance. ANDREW
came up, after thc second or third cal
and attempting to aid io the arres
JONES struck him with his fist, ooe <
two blows, and seized a cane io hi
(ANDREWS') hand aod attempted t
jerk it from him. ANDREWS held ot
and a sword cane was unsheathed.
JONES made a lick with the scabbard
ANDREWS struck him OD the head wit
the blade. In this mehi'. JONES was stat
bcd in the left side, wheo he submits
and was carried to the guard house. Th
wound was professionally examined, bu
its depth or danger could not be defi
nitcly ascertained. JONES seemed to b
but little injured.
ANDREWS surrendered himself, ant
It is said that JONES had previously
resisted the Police, successfully, draw
ing his weapons, declaring he could no
be arrested, and defying the towt
authorities. Such lawlessness and con
tempt of our Municipal power, is be
comitig too frequent ; and, unless it i:
checked, will lead to riot aod blood.
Let the supremacy of the Law be main
tained, the dignity of the Municipals
promptly and impartially vindicated
and thc public decency and respect ol
thc Town preserved.
THC ADGER LINE.
Our Charleston exchanges make fre?
quent allusion to the success and
popularity of this Hue. The admirable
accommodations, which make a sea
voyage a pleasure, ou these elegant
vessels, induce? a crowd of passenger!
and heavy freights by each trip. On
Saturday last, the splendid Manhdtten,
Capt. WOODHULL, Itft promptly at her
hour, with a fine passenger list and
good freight-including 11,000 water?
melons. 'J he Courier says the Southern
bound freights by these favorite ships
arc already improving, indicating a
heavy rush of passengers and goods
which these popular vessels will bring
in a few weeks to meet the demauds of
the Southern trade.
A St CU ESTIO*.
Why is it that our citizens may not
organize clubs, for the purchase of
tickets in the great Land and Immigra?
tion scheme of Messrs. BUTLER, CHAD?
WICK & GARV, the drawing of which
takes place in October next. A club of 10
for instance would purchase ten tickets,
aod the holder of one of the ten would
be entitled to a proportionate (hare of
all the prizes that might be drawn.
Thus, twenty five dollars invested in
five clubs of ten persons e .ch, would
secure to each person fifty chances to
win a prize instead of five chances, or
io the proportion of ten to one. The
grand idea is to win something, and
that which diminishes risk will of
course bc the most popular scheme. If
j our ladies especially will undertake the
formation of these Clubs among their
friends and neighbors, good luck will be
sure to look io oo some of theo.
ASSIVEBSAR? OP SCflTEB BIBLK
Pursuant to notice, the Sunter Bible
Society convened io the Baptist Church,
at 5 o'clock, on Sunday, July 16th.
After listening to an earnest appeal
from Rev. H. A. C. Walker, in behalf
of Bible Distribution, the Society, io the
absence of the Ber. J. L. Bartlette,
permanent President, waa organized
for business, by calling Ber. D. Ho*
Queen to the chair.
Ton Chairman of the Executive Com
ns iure, Rev. 8. M. Richardson, t?a? a
dear and interesting report of the trana*
act ?oas of the Society since, it? last
racing,- giving the number of Bibles
on hand,sot?, aad ^gratuitously distribu?
ted, with amount funds now ia th?
treasury. . -
Tbe Bar. ?L A. Bolles, Sute Agent
rf she Ajatrieaii BiMe Soaiety aHiriaiei
the meeting,-stating that within fhe hat
3 ' . " . ?, .? '
year, the Parent Society had distributed
20,000 Bible? io South Celina. ,
The Society is aa organizion of
Christians, regardless of seat, whose
work is the distribution of the Word ol
God, without note or comm?ni. The
Society is now in want of i?OflOO'ta aid
in their foreign work.
A collection was taken np, the pro?
ceeds of which, together with thc fireda
io the Treasury, amounting in sdi to1
$48 00,-was ordered to be turned over'
to the Parent Society, to be used in the
cause. It was then .
it'aoW, That th? next tutnna? tatet
ing he held io the Presbyterian Church
of this town, at 4, o'clock on.the third
Sabbath ?oJuly, 1872,
Resolved, That Bee. H. A. C. Wal?
ker be elected Vice President in place
of Rev. H. M. Mood/ who has 'moved
Revolved, That the other officers be
continued in office.
Resolved; That the tfcaaks of this
Society sre hereby tendered to Rsv; H.
A. C. Walker, for tbe able, ioteresting
and instructive tftMaoo jost delivered io
D. MCQUEEN, Preti. pro. tem.
A. WeiT*t 8ee'y.
Br. Tn lt'a Expectorant
All who hare nsed this Invaluable medicine
fur Cough?, Cold?, A? th rn?,. Spicing of Blood,
Croup, Inflammation of th? 1 nags or Chest,
Sorseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Bronchitis,
tod all deseases of tie langs attest ita usefulness.
Por Lang affections it bas no eqaaL -
A Few Warda to Ibo Ladlee.
Many ladies, particularly mothers nursing*
romp?alo of a tired, listless feeling, or complete
ixhanflion, OB ?riling ia tbe morning. On tbe
rife and mother derolres th? responsibility of
egulattog the duties of the household. Ber
?rea are natseroos, and tb? mea ral as well as
be physical ponera are frequently called Into
equisition. She often finds her aligl test occu?
pation a weary task and existence a bardon,
?bile at the same time she bas no regular dis
isse. Hosietter's Stomach Bitters, if resorted to
it this period, will prore aa nnfsillng remedy
br this annoying lassitude. Tb? effects of tbis
)otent agent ar? soon seen' in tb? rosy eheek and
ilaatie step of the bead of tb? family, as witb
es to red bealtb aod renewed spirit? sbe takes
;er eoeuitomed place ia tb? family circle. If
bis friend in need be regularly nsed, those de?
mising symptoms will never be complained of,
.nd not only would lassitude not be exp?ieaoed,
tut many diseases following its adrent oe avoid
d. As a medical agent it baa no eqnal, wbilo
ts pleasing flavor and healthful effects bare
Dade it a general favorite. It is free from all
iroperties calculated to impair tb? a ja tem, and
ts operations ar? at once mild, soothing aad
Scient. All who bar? used the Bitters attest
ts virtues and commend it to ase.
On tbe morning of tbe 16th inst, by Rev. N.
braham, Mr. T. J. HUDSON to Miss HULDA H
?VISE. AU of Sumter.
Cotton-very lew balea har? changed baods
bis week. We quote Strict Middling, 19c,
BACON-Sides, 12?@13J; Shoulder?, lOJf?)
li? Hams. 25.
LARD-20 @ 25c.
FLOUR-Per bbl. t?@|12.
COFFEE-Lagnaym, 30@00 ; Java, 40@0u;
SUGAR-Brown. 12J@ 14;C., 15? 1?| A., 17
gOO ; Crushed, 17? 18.
BAO li IN O-25(a,Z'i.
BATESVILIJE SHIRTINGS-Per bal? ?le.
YARN BY THE BALE-?1,30c. Per^bnncb.
'?MIK REGULAR MONTHLY COMMUNICA
X TION OF CLAREMONT LODGE, NO ?4,
h.: F.: M.*. will be beldon Thursday evening,
October 26,1871, at 7 o'clock.
Bv order of
T. V. WALSH, rr.-. M.%
M. C. WILLIS. Secretsry.
Jane 6, 1871._
Central Bail Hoad Co*
CHARLESTON, S. C., Jnljli, 1871.
THE ELEVENTH INSTALMENT OF TEN
DOLLARS PER SHARK, will ts? pajabl?
on 15th August, proximo.
Io Cb tr Ie? ton-at tba Office of tb? Company,
No. 10 Broad-street.
In Sumter-To Major JOSEPH JOHNSON.
Ia Clarendon-To Dr. O. ALLEN HUGGINS.
WM. H. PER0NNEAU, Treasure,-.
And most delightful
Improved by tb? addition of a new
Fernlen Arontstie Serb, ?od
PUdB RTE WHISKEY,
Mad? expressly fee then? Miters.
PREVENTS CHILLS Ana FEVER,
RESTORES THE NERVES,
PURIFTS8 THE BLOOD,
RESTORES TONE re faa STOMACH,
PLEASANT TO THE TA8TE,
EXHI LIRATIN G TO THE BODY,
I And la ta? aaeel ^ 7 !
POPULAR BITlI st RS
Now before tbe ptrWie.
Try irani be eanviaecd.
Est? ny Pmsgfrta, Qisews ?ai Dentara
DOWIE, MOISE T DAVES,
FT op rwto fi
And WWVaseW Vn^mt^
FEMALE IKS TIT UT fi.
CHARLOT TX, if."V.'
rp HE lia ANNUAL 8*38105 eeamaieni
???. ie? aVBa)9^4 ii ?^^JaeJ^w^ CO ^OSefasfat CFtOttJleaf. f??"
mbx?*?*A^I*dtM to t?q?fre s ? nish ed
win "WT^. ?n W \
FOUND Af LAST i
An Antidote for Fever & Ague.
???ttl WIMM e>M of oar own CI tlx* at |
SCMTBR, 8. C., Juno 24th, 1871.
MB. B. ?. Moist-DKAB S?:-I bar? med
B bos of your Fever and Aga? Pill?, obuinod
from Dr. Chics, with a great deal of satisfaction.
I bare bad chill aad Forer since '64, periodically,
and hare nerer bean well trace. Two months
ago I was attacked and had them ?very other
day for throe days. Toar pilli nero recommended
to BM by Dr. China. I took (fae b*>i as direc?
tions stated, bar? bad no ebiR arne? and my
general health baa Derer been so good floe? '64
aa it Ia now. I am 58 years of ego Bad feel aa
?nil ll ? did* at ii.
Waat Sa th? prie* by th? dexes box*' aa I ex?
pect to aa? them in ay family and among my
R capee tfu'ly
W. C. DUNCAN.
?&~ Tb?r?^Brver waa a preparation so uni*
venally commended aa Dinar's PROP H TL A enc
TBS Subscriber announces to tb? Plasters of
Sumter County, that ha il prepared to do
all necessary work on COTTON SAW GINS.
As be has resamed tb? balinese, and bas long
experience, ba solieita the patronage of bil form?
er ea 8 to mera and friends, and is satisfied that he
can giro entire satisfaction.
July 5-1 m_8. C. MITCHELL.
Dr. J, S. HUGHSON,
WOULD INFORM BIS PATRONS AND
FRIENDS, that he baa removed bil office to tb?
new building, on Maia Street, next abor? Mr.
T. T. Upahur'i Store, where they may find bim
from 10 o'clock A. M., to IP. M., and from 4)
to 6} P. M., unless professionally engaged. If j
absent they will pleas? leave their aaa? oa the
After T o'clock, P. M., be will be found at hil
residence on Liberty Street, opposite tba Acade?
Jone 21 _
Th? undersigned a gradaste of Colombia Col?
lege, and Master of Belle? Letters, respect
fully informs the citizen? of Sumter aad tbe sur?
rounding country, that be ia prepared to ins ti ucl
scholars at their private residences in
FRENCH, SPANISH AND ITALIAN,
a Lao IM
CALLIGRAPHY, (McLaren's and Goldsmith's
MUSIC, (piano fort?.)
DRAWING, (in pencil.)
DRAWING, (in charcoal.)
DRAWING, (ia pa a te I.)
PAINTING, (ta oil.)
PAINTING, (ia water colors )
Any eommnnieatiun will weet with prompt at?
tention, addressed, car? of th? Watchmao
Office. HENRY A. HORN.
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
SUMTER, 8. O, Jan? 19, 1871.
This office will be opened on lb? lit of July
for tb? reception of Returns of Personal property
bold on th? lft Joly, 1871, and wit! continue
open during the month o'Joly.
Only retaras of personal property are required,
but all sales or transfers of Real Estate s ace
September 1st, 1870, mast be noted on the back
of tb? retara.
Tb? nam? of the Township in which tbe prop?
erty ii held, moil also appear on tb? back of tho
For tbe convenience of those living in th?
Western part of tb? County, a competent offieer
?ill be in attendance at Providence for ten dava
frons th? 10th Joly.
At Bisbopvill? ?nd Corbett's store, parties ean
sask? retaras to myself or SOB? eu BJ potent depu?
ty on tb? 17th Jaly, B> d for tea dsya threader.
Parties raiding is Lynchburg, Shiloh and
Maydsville, ean mah? their retama to Rev. J.
P. Saith, or Mr. W. D. Binda, from th? 20th to
Returns can be aid? at Manchester on tb?
20th Jaly and 10 daya thereafter.
ThoN who make their returns promptly will
avoid th? delay and Jostling which alwayi ac?
companies th? "kat days" of tax paying aad
I ask tb? co-opera ti ca of er cry citizen in ex.
tending thia nolie? so that no ewe will incur
penalties by ignorance or earelesaneas.
I invite particular attention to tb? following
extract from that Aet of ?M Legislator? ander
which this ?a it sea eat ii aad? :
Sacrsoa III. That whenever aay tax payer
.bail fail to auk? rotan? U th? And tor of his
Coanty, within th* time prescribed by law, it
shall be tb? duty or th? County Auditor to ?our
09 th? Tax Duplicate, against ?neb tax-payer
tb? property charged te bia tba. previous yenr,
with af par nat. pnaahy thereto, except ia eas?
of sickness or a bee nee from th? Coanty. when
tb? tra? amount of property only shall b?
Office boors al tb? Sumter Office from 6 A. M.
te I P. IC. frea Joly Ut to 31st. Open every
day bot Sunday and the (tb day of Jory.
J. N. CORBETT,
Juno 21 County Aoditor.
A. A. SOLOMONS,
Bas a Fall Steak nf DRY GOODS.
A. A. SOLOMONS
Baa a good anortment of Show aad nate*
A. A. SOLOM?NS
Ba? ?varythisg csefol in Hardware.
A. A. SOLOMONS
Has a fall aaa? rta sat fta Poto, Oran aad Tia.
.X; i dil f ' ' \ '. ? i '. ' i
0 3 ?55 ? ? ' i-i.'^ t.
A. A. SOLOMONS
i." J*7 "/ ."> :i Wt' i'.' >
Continuel to keep hil Greasy Ro*a well sap
plied with-every thing m that line.
Is ailing hi? geoda VERY. LOW, afc* sailing
?-???fj*? ?>. >rvwf
for CASH OTTLt.
roc?*2W M?;V'w i* . ?
50RN?8 ItAifr AND LIBERTY STE.
. ,. ' Bi?i
New Crop, at 75 eta, per lb.
Agency of the
For Fresh Fruit, Tomatoes, Pickles,
THE BEST IN USE.
QUARTS and HALF GALLONS.
One, Two aad Three GALLONS.
ALL SIZES, JUST RECEIVED.
Chas. IL Moise & Co.,
SUMTER, S. C.
DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS, &C.
P. P. T o a 1 e ,
Manufacturer and Dealer.
Ne. St Hajne Street ead Rorlbeck's Wharf,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
pf Thia la tba largest ?nd saost complete
Faetorj of the kind itt the Southern States, and
all articles io his li?e eso he tarnished by Ht.
P. P. TOA LE at price? that defy competition.
?ar? A pamphlet, with fell and detailed Hat
of all arses of Doors, Baabes ead Blinds. and ths
prices of eaeb. will be sent free ana post paid, on
P. P. TOAL.Ee
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Joly ll- _ly
Preserve Your Sight !
THE CELEBRATED -
Manufactured at Scke?kau***. Switzerland.
The superiority of these Great Eye Preservers
eoasista ia the earrie! Mathematical Accuracy
ia tba oonstraetion of the Leases, being manu?
factured of the Best White Flint Glass, lbs exact
Shape of the Bye, thus obviating all Glimmering
and fT a teri ag of the Sight, Dissiaess, aad all
the other Train of Erils produced bj tba ese of
Every ewe whose sight is f.iiling aaderrtand*
its ralee. By baying imperfect spectacles jun
help ta destroy it.
BUT THE BES! !
Bujf ike Sekajfhausen Spectacle* and
preserve ike Epe*-which arr priceless.
FOR SALE BY
C T. MASON.
Jene 38_Watchmaker i Jeweler.
Fire Insurance Company,
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
ASSETS, .*.*.??*. ......... .?..*.*.. fI.rM.600 GOLD.
Seearilj by Stat? Law....$??,M0,000 GOLD.
LargwiFlre Tasaraaee Company la America.
Policies Lawes payable itt Gold if desired.
A. WHITE, Agent,
Jaa IS " Snarter, S. C.
HiUifiory an? Fancy Goods.
Fancy Goods in Variety,
OSSA P AND PRITTTj
Na?t Dvor lo J. T. SOLOMON.
April li Jai
'.xjL ' ' ' ?? ^.'tt '.
Thos. T. Upstart Store,
MALVd; REPUBLICAN STREETS
SUMTER, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
announces to tho public, that ho bas io
sicTe, and will bo constantly receiving, a largo
and varied assortment of
Suitable for Plantation and Family ute.
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
will be allowed Merchants, and they are specially
Invited to call and exanMne hts Stock, and they
will find that his business facilities enable bia to
rtfpply them with goods
A8 CHEAP AS THEY C?X BUY THEM
ia any Northern or Southern Market Como and
seo for yourselves, an ocular demonstration is
Highest Harket Price
paid for Cotton.
AND THREE FOURTHS OP THE VALUS
CASH, will bo sd van ced, on an Cotton Shipped
Lo tho House in Baltimore for which bo is agent,
and it will bo bold over If desired. He wUl make
a speciality of
Corn, Bacon and Flour,
which be is prepared to famish in any quantity
jjar* Customers and Families purchasing
their supplies at my establishment, can have
them delivered free of charge, at their residences
within the limits of the town.
J3t~ Country Produce takes tn exchange
Main-st. andar Sumter Hotel.
L. P. LORING,
Messrs. King & Hnppmas,
BALTinOBB) At. ?J
Tould respectfully folt?t the patronage of bis
friends and the ptibltS;
HAS IN STORE A COMPLETE
Stock of Hardware and
embracing evory article ia this lina of bas in ess,
wbieb be intends to sell at the
LOWEST PK ICES, i?OR CASH.
He will keep always in store, a complete assort?
Collin's Axes, Ames'Shovels and Spades,
Uraco Chains, Hoes,
Hakea, Pitch Forks,
(train Cradles, Scythe Blades,
Pocket and Table Callory,
Bra?s Preserving Kettles,
Tio Ware, Window Glass-all sixes.
Persons in want of the most convenient and
economical Stoves, can bo supplied with the
latest improved patterns at pri?es which cannot
fail to give entire satisfaction.
THE undersigned having jost received a fine
S PREPARED TO FURNISH
Monumental & Cemetery Work,
of all kinds
tn a manner that will compare favorably with
any work in bis line. Having received a liberal
patronage heretofore? be continues to invito all
who may bo daatroae of aay thing in his lino to
gire bim a call.
Ile defies competition ia prices.
|s#- Positively no work delivered in tba future
until pwd for.
W. P. SMITH.
7 VTVTVVVT vwWV'/TTV V Wv
Ladies ! !
F. A. FOLSOM
OFFERS YOU BARGAINS I!?
Paney Goods, aad almost anything in
your lino. Keeps Corsets, Gloves,
Hdkfs., Hosiery. Locos, Em?
Hair Nota, Hair Pia?
a good arti?
cle at 5c.
Emb'dy Silk* and Cotton, Ruffling*, Y
Chignons, Ribbons, White Goods, X
eV Calicoes, Noodles, Everything '
i AT REDUCED PRICES.
The first established in Sumter,
ts always supplied with
CHOICE CAJIDIRS, FRUITS,
Nuts. Cakes, Crackers, Ac.
and Toys, ia variety j?
TEA MtoM*>-SI 25. ,
( aBd) Red iced to 20 eis. per :
lb. fron this ?tey.
Ja? 4 P. A. FOLSOM.
j A A 4 A Oj .^?*^^--?
r J V WW 9 V T ? W W\rXr
iw mm im
Near tive Swater Depot
nr/ikavlagso teeahd oar Mill ?to enable
ff ?a ta sell any kiad of Lumber for LESS
MONEY than any other Min Within reach of I
near the Rattroad Depot, ?hera ran be fetid* all
asalWee oft fas, j, as cheap aa it ?sari? ??ld.
All iriUs to Lassoer ?ot tra tho Yara), eatf he :
fareubed at short notice.
stay IT Stn
: 2 i li .. ' .
H. J. SAYERS.
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
FRANKLIN, P. A.
Buys and sells improved and unimproved lands
anywhere in tba United States.
rpHE FREAK COMPOSITION STORR
X For house fronts, decks, piers, calverts,
walls, fountains and all building purposes; hard?
er, more durable, and 100 per ceut. cheaper than
natural stone. Fur supply of same, or right of
tnstroftcture, for counties or States, apply to
CHAS. W. DARLING, Secretary, N. Y. Frear
Stone Co., 1,238 Broadway. N. 7.
Schofield s Patent Cotton Press
Ia tbe simplest and best made. It will suit yon.
Send for Circular and Price? to SCHOFIELD'S
Iron Works, flacon, Georgia.
CONFEDERATE LOCAL STAMPS.
Four D?fhrr* a piece paid for the local
stamps issnW by tb? Confederate Port
masters, excepting tts New Orleans and Mem?
phis Sand 5 mots, by WM. P BROWN A CO.,
53 Nassau Street, New York City.
IS GOOD FOR
Burns and Scalds, Rheumatism.
Chilblains, Hemorrhoids or Piles,
Sprains and Braises, Sore Nipples,
Chapped Hana's, Caked Breasts,
flesh Wound J, Fistula, Mange,
Frost Bites. Spavins, Sweeney,
External Poisons, Scratches, or Grease,
Sand Cracks, Stringhalf, Windfalls
Galls of All Kind.? j Foundered Feet,
Sitfast, Ringbone, Cracked Heels,
Poll Evil, Foot Rot in Sheep,
Bites of Animals A Insec'SjRon- in Poult?j,
Toothache, Ac., Ac. Lame Back, Ac, Ae
La rc? Stwe, s?1.00, medians, 50c.,
The Gargling Oil bas been in use as a Lini?
ment for thirty-eight years. AU we ask is a fuir
trial, but be s are and follow directions.
Ask roar nearest druggist or dealer in pater.?
medicines, for one of our Almanacs and Vadc
.Vecnms, and read what tbe people say about
The Gargling Oil is for sale by all respectable
dealers throughout the United States and other
Our testimonials date from TS33 to the pre?
se i, and are unsolicited- U>e the Gargling Oil,
and tell your neighbors what good it has ?one.
We deal fair and liberal with all, and defy
contradiction. Write for an Alm?n?c or Cook
Manufactured at L?ckpart, N. Y.
GARGLING OIL COMPANY,
JOHN HODGE, See**.
DR. WORTHINGTON'S FAMILY MEDI?
CINE.-Extensively used for "Dowel Af?
fections" for twenty years. Endorsed by the
most eminent medical roon of the country. Surg
Gent Moore and Prof. Warren advised ?ts o?e in
tba .C.- 3< Artsy. We are now Proprietors of this
medicine, prepare it by thc original receipc, and
offer it to the public in improved packages and
good style. All druggists and general dealers
keep it. Sand for testimonials, sod your orders
to WADE, BOYKIN A CO., Baltimore.
Agents! Read This!
WE WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY
of S JO per week ?ni expenses, or allow a
large entanlission, to sell our new and wonderful
inventions. Address M. WAGNER A Co., Mar?
fl?QO?A MONTH Horse and Carriage
V O/CO furnished. Expenses paid H. Shaw,
Shrewd but quiet men car. make a fortnne by
revealing the secret of the business to no one.
Address GEO. WINSTEAD,
_688 Broadway. New York.
j. E. SU ARES,
TDK SUBSCRIBER INFORMS HIS
' Frisada and Customers that he bas received
and will eontinue to receive
NEW AND CHEAP FURNITURE,
TO SUIT THE TIMES.
His Stock consists of almost every article in that
SOFAS. SIDE-BOARD*. BOOK-CASE*
Wardrobe?, Extention Tables,
Silling and Rocking Chair?, of every kind
Cribs, Cradles,Trundles Cottage Bedsteads
Soma more of those CHEAP COTTAGE SETS j
Meat Safes, Window Shades and Wal
Papering-all low for CASH.
J. E. Snares,
Nat* Street, opposite Expr?s* Office
Entrance from Stale Casaran Msfa Street to
WATCHMAKERS ANO JEWELERS,
MAIN STREET, S CM TER, S. C.
WE, tb? undersigned, haring To- med a co?
partnership, on the 5th June, is" 1. under
the aaae and style of HOYT A FOLSOM. w?uld
respectfully annou.-cd ..> the public of Sumter.
a?d the adjoining rcrantirj. that we are now pre?
pared to execute sit Work entrusted to us with
promptness, uni In a workmanlike ra?nn- r.
OUR STOCK will esalracc the latest styles of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
. WA Ten ES.
All cT which Will be saM at tba latest raab
K. kt. FOLSOM.
Al H"\t's 0!d Stand Main Street.
J*" Tb* gen-.ine DIAMOND SPECTACLES,
naanCeetared bj ). B. SPENCER A CO.. Ne*
York. ?I wave on wand. ? .
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ISAAC A. AN?GEN.
FRESH AND PURE
DRUGS, M EDICI V K
(Hi:31I( ALS, PERT, MEttY
A L WA rs ox nA X D
PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED WJifl CVU
AT ALL HOURS.
TH? FIRM OF
DESPBCTFULLY INR)Il M THEIR
Friends find thc piibT'c. thai ?'.tv aro cot-?tsetty
D R U Gr S
Of thc Best Quality, and all Articles
usually fuurtdiu a Pi ng Store.
Thc business of the House, cirnprii-ng
Pharmacy tutti Pfcscrlpttvn Sf:ni>f.
will he ander thc special charge ?.f Major J
RUSSELL who brines to hts an ex wrrcucw
EIGHTEEN* YEA RS in the chemical c . ?
lion of Medicines.
Prompt and careful attention ?ill bo ?><cr> t .
Proscriptions, sud Medicine? for lit?, ?MUK ena
bc relied on as pure .md of thc best qealirj.
i>RC0 STORE, CORNER OE
Main and Republican Street*.
Fsb 22 rf
Brino' the Cash
The undersigned begs leave
to return his thanks for the
liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed upon him, and hopes
to merit a continuance of thc
same. Will keep constantly <>n
which he will sell at a V EUT
SMALL PROFIT FOROASI?.
Fie is compelled to make his
and hopes oi.e and al' will
SAVE THEIR FEELINGS
AND NOT ASK FOR CREDIT.
DR. A. J, CHINA,
A. ANDERSON* & <'<>..
SUMTER, S < '.
Jan 4, 1871. tl'
D. J. WINN. Asx-iil,
Now has in Store a I ?arge ..: : 1
ly selected Stock ?<t
Spring and Summer Goods,
W HICH HE GUARANTEES Ai P. r 1 ..
SENTEIS. SI CH \-?
CLOTH IN ?J-E.nr. Mtciinm *??'> n r.
Cloths and Ces?imcrec,
Fine L"t Tweed*,
Gloves ?nd lY*r?*te,
Hankerchi? f?. .li*.,
whirls he pledge liltnx?"H io-el! btw -.r .1
PLANS AND h?THMTKS r.rr^Vd ?a
pplicattcn. fCW st ? l f i ar v l.?-:rc-?
trautet lo him erfrhHCCTWT nn>1 !;r 1?. h.
A-ldrr**. TSr.s ?S."M?ncsi???i. r. ? c~
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