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Le Sumter Watchman.
EDXESDAY, SEPT. 13.
Y. PAXTON - - BUSINESS MANAGER
AU Transient Advertisements, and al!
' Work taint be paid for in cash. This will
served without distinction. Subscriptions
Iso parable in advance.
Aoplicntions for Job Work will be made,
office, to Taos. E. FLOWERS.
WATCHMAN books are in the keeping of W.
LXTO.v. who will receipt for monies due and
to til matters connected with the Adver
or Subscription departments.
Oi r Adverti.-ing friend? are requested tc
their favors not toter than Monday.
M?TES HAIL ARRANGEMENTS
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
bern, 10: AM. I P. M
lern, 10:45 A. M. ll A. BI.
aiog <>n Mon
?nd T.mrsday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M.
rille Jn Mon
ind 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.
juary 25th, 1S71. tf
A few bales of DCW cotton have
iped hands this week. We quote
Middling, 1SJ eeots.
Mr A. A. SOLOMONS gives
in this issue that his store will be
?d on Saturday, the 25th inst, that
being a holiday.
We are indebted to Mr. F. A.
50M, of the Dew firm of Folsom &
trine on his arrival home, for late
Fine Gold Leaf Tobacco and fine
anJ o'hnr choice things at thc
uer Eook Store.
Riv. Messrs-. Meodenhall and
have just concluded a very sue
fu! protracted meeting in Marion.
Card and Cake
J. H. MOROSO, E.-q., of Charles
ts complimentary OD occasion of hi i
it marriage. Received, contents
ard best wishes tendered in re
?v. W. H. FLEMING, the Presiding
ir of this CoLfercuce District, ie an
?eec to preach at the Methodist
rch, in this town, on Sunday next,
ling and night.
1 ello\v Fever ID Charleston.
e are glad to see from the annexed
tch, we find in our Wilmington
?Dges, that the yellow fever is
lng but slow progress, aud we hope
^ar soon of its entire d;.-appearauce
CHARLESTON, Sept. 1I.
lere has been but ouc death from
w fever in the last twenty four
itcr a^ pleasant sojourn among the
ptains of Virginia, Kev. Dr. Mc
EN has returned home in good
Sb, aud resumes his duties among
brge and intelligent flock. Ou last
Lah, thc last provided for on ac
? of his absence, his pulpit was ably
lied by Rev. Mr. EDMUNDS, whose
miuistratioos were gratefully
fcciated by the many whose good
pe it was to enjoy the privilege.
Chango ol Infendanry.
ir late and popular intendant Cap:.
GREEN, having farmed a partnci
?0 the cotton business in New York,
le called frequently from our towt,
is additional business arrangement,
[induced him to tender his resigns
to Council on thc lilli inst.
>t. GUIGNARD RICHARDSON was
fmously elected to serve the uuex
term, and will fill, honorably and
?ntly the vacancy occasioned by
siguatiou fd Capt. GREEN.
Seed Cotton Traffic.
0".r Town Council has wisely pa>s
Ordinance regulating the sale ol
[Colton within the Corporatt limits
|t Town. would it not be consistent ? ?,
es an Ordinance requiring the
Irous drummers engaged in that
i business to pay the same licence
ransient drummer who stays here
! day or two.
? here Did lt Come From 7
|ew nights since, a family in this
leard a projectile strike against
)use. In the uiorniug it was
lined that a beary musket or
^all had passed through thc outer
ito one ol the bed rooms where
|?f the family were sleeping, and
iting a large trunk dropped
thc contents, where it was
It was evidently fired from a
toge, as its course was on the
jt, and no gUD report was heard
[ii struck the bouse. Who fired
ind what meaos such reckless
lng of dangerous and far-reaching
Stiles into the town at the dead
)f night? Suppose this stray b:.ll
intered the room of a -Radical
and closed bis honorable career
! we not hare bad a ferocious cry
[Klux, and telegrams to Grant for
trupes?" As it happened, it
fered the lives of an honest and
)le citizen aud his sleeping fami
will pass without disturbing the
fv arm of the government.
ie mao who fired that gun, corn
no trifling offence, and if such
are repeated it would not sar?
jas to hear of Regulators in this
ty, and quick work with some
The Late Thomas B. Waring.
Ii. is with great regret, says the
Charleston Courier^ that we announce
the deatii of this most estimable citizen
and gentlemau. Mr. Waring was largely
and influentially connected. He has
been taken away in the very prime of a
useful life, all thc duties of which he
has discharged with singular fidelity,
and which procured him the esteem and
cor sideration of the entire community.
Mr. Waring was well koown for years
as the cashier of the Bank ot the State.
WI en this bank ceased its operations,
hil? valuable services were immediately
claimed as cashier ol the South Carolina
Loan and Trust Company. Of the high
est iutegrity, and of large financial ability
he was equally esteemed in all the re?
lations of life, and his death is a matter
jf common loss and universal regret.
Capt. Billa C. Green.
We have had the pleasure of greeting our ?n
erpt Iring fellow citizen Capt. E. C. ?RZE5, on
lis return home from the North. He bas long
;een known and appreciated by our planters as
he 'jading member of the popular fi rm of G REES,
?VAL:-H & Co., formerly QBEES, WATSOK A
.Va um,and has recently greatly enlarged his
p ti ere of business operations and mercantile
iselulncss, by establishing a reliable Cotton
Commission bouse in New York city, under fhn
tamo cf GRIFFIN GREEN ? Co., 122 Pearl Street,
tho are prepared to eli ip and bold cotton for
.Iantera. dipt. GREEN will continue to reside
tere, and will have charge of the Southern busi
tess of the Xe? York finn, and will travel over
be Slate in its interests as business requires.
Ve arc glad to knoir that this gentleman, to
?hose energy and public spirit Sumter owes so
nucl, will continue to make this his home, and
re et ngratulate our planting friends in having
in opportunity i f diing business in New York
rith one so lon. and favorably known to them,
,nd /tho understands so well their wants.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS-The pro
iriet irs of the Planters' Warehouse, arc alive to
he necessities of thc times, and have purchased
n extensive assortment of Goods, in every linc,
t tte lowest figures. They feel assured that
hey can offer their Stock of Goods, in compet?,
ion. with any other in Sumter. These enter
irising gentlemen invite an examination ot their
.?sorted merchandize, and confidently announce
heir determination to sell their stock of goods
,t very low prices.
GREEN, WALSH 4 CO.-Our readers gener
Hy arc invited to examine carcf Hy tho column
dvertisemcnt of this enterprising house. The
roprietors are determined to keep up tho reputa
ion and popularity of their establishment, by
ee( ?og always a Wgc und well assorted stock
f merchandize, to enable them to meet full.? the
rants of th? ir numsroi^ customers. The gentle
ien cf this firm arc affable and accommodating
n tl.eir social intercourse as well as in their
usin?es transaction? with their fellow men.
Their assistants arc all efficient and courteous,
nd ne guarantee will strive to please all who
?vor the boute of GREEN, WALSH A Co., with
They offer to pay tue nighest cash price for
'ottos, and n .11 >bip or boll as desired.
FOLSOM A DELOK.ME_Our young friends
r> long identified with tho mercantile business of
ur -.vu, have formed a copartnership r the
sic of general merchandize, and haveest'-disbed
bcmselvc*. at Hank's old stand, on Mr.u Street,
ear our office Thc gentlemen composing this
rm i eed no commendation from us. They have
nd long experience in merchandizing and are
ell known throughout the surrounding country
?r thrir integrity, and a? accomplished business
ten, Tho will deal fairly and liberally withal! of
heir easterner*. The senior partner bas recently
cturt ed from New York withe carefully se eeted
tock of goods nhicb they intend telling at very
jw price- for ea.-h.
Tbe bulles are especially invilcd to cal! and
gamine their selection of Dress Goods, which
iii he found full and complete, embracing all
be novelties of the approaching winter season,
'hey will bc waited on with tbe promptness and
liteness, characteristic of these gentlemen,
'civ tn A Del.orme have adopted as their motto,
Quick ?ales and small profits." Give them an i 1
arly call and secure bargaitis.
GEO. K. TAYLOR -Announces in a card,
bat bc has removed his office to thc store of
'ap:. L. P. LOKINC, aud is prepares to make
bera', cash advances on cotton, and will hold it
?. long a* desired. Our planting frietds who
itend shipping their cotton to Charleston or
iew York markets, will do well to transact their
usines* with Mr. Taylor, who is prompt and re?
al? e, in all of bis mercantile arrangements, and
re are confident will give satisfaction to those
bo entrust to him their business. He will re?
live and fill orders for Peruvian Guanoor Care?
na Fertilizer. We solicit for ouryyung friend
lib?rai thara of patronage.
FRUIT TREES, AC-Thc proprietor of the
Fniiland Nurseries," of Augusta, Ga., bas
ppointed Maj. J. W. DAROAN bis Agent for
ureter. He will take pleasure in filling promptly
ll orders for Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
hull'.?. Roses, Evergreens, Flowering plants,
c. We are indebted to Major DANGAN for a
leseriptive Cntalouge. He is also authorized to
reeive >ubtcriptions to the "Farmerend Garden
r," a Semi Monthly, published at Angosta, Ga.
CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK.-Wa ara in
>rraed by a notice from the Assistant Cashier,
inj J. W. DARGAN, that tbe bauk is ready to
lake liberal advances on Cotton. Oar readers
rc ali*? invited to ?..?ve moncv fur bard times,
y depositing it in tbe Saving's Bank.
COTTON TIES.-By an advertisement pub
shed today, it will be seen tbs< Mr. J. N
[..Bs- N. of Charleston. S. C.. has received from
.tverpoot, a large supply of "Ties." made of the
est english iron, which be guarantees to give
ti tire sati.-laction lo his planting friends in price
C0TT03 TIES AND BAGGING.-Messrs
IEO. W. WILLIAMS A Co., Cotton Factors, al?
ert ?io." a variety of Cotton Ties and Patent
tackle*, also American. Dundee and India Bag
lng. Being agents for (bi manufacturers, tbey
ff?r ti sell at ?ow prices.
NA :II.M AN A CO.-IJave established a branch
f che r wboietulc Charleston bouse at Florence,
I. C., for thc accommodation ofre'a.l merchants,
rho are prevented visiting Charterten daring the
i revelen ce ot yellow fe*er. They invite an ex
urination of their stock of G.iori., end offer Jo
lacements to those who wish to sav* the expense
nd inconvenience of a trip to Charleston, or
northern markets. Bead their advertisement in
ur c< lumns.
CANCERS AND CANCEROUS AFFECTIONS.
-Dr. E. II. GREENE, who is in charge of the
Jrancb office of Kline's Philadelphia Institute
nd ?Cancer Infirmary, at Charlotte, North
Carolina, advertises tbat be will visit Sumter, on
be 6t'i October next, for the accommodation of
hose wbo may wi?b tn consult bim. The circular
eot vs by Dr. G KEENE from Charlotte, contains
lume-ous certificates from those, who ander the
reatment of Dr. K LINE, and his assistant pbysi
liens bave*been cared of Cancer?os aad maris;
MT LE ASTRAY.-Mr. L. R. TINDALL offers
t reward of twenty dollars for the recovery of a
arge Sorrel Mare Mole. Sae advertisement.
ELLIS A GRAHAM-Announce the arrival
if their Stock of Hortes and Males, which can
>e seen at their stablas, near (be depot
RED OATS.-Mr. Robert W. MAjoa, adm?
ises six hundred bnsbals Iwd Oats for sale.
f?r- Who that bas seen a dangerous disease
irrestsd by an able physician or a good medicine
mt v/.lues both ? Ba it your family physician
o whoa yon ewe so many eeeapee from aches
ind a Is, rc Dr. Avar's inimitable remedies :-his
'arsa;>irill*> that renewed your vitality or Cherry
'ecto-sl tb ht cured a painful cough, or his Agna
Cure that expelled the freeling ague and burling
ever Cr om your blood. Who that haw - been re
?erad bj any of these arcades bat feels grateful
or tb? all ? [Bangor Times.
It a bleating vonchtafed to few. Bren those who
hare been favored bj nature with strong consti?
tutions and vigorous frames are apt to neglect the
precautions necessary to preserve these preci?os
endowments. Indeed, at a mle, the more healthy
and robust a man is, the more liberties he it in?
clined to take with hit own physique. It it tome
consolation to the naturally weak and feeble to
know that they can be to invigorated and ballt
ip, by a proper nae of the meant which science
ass placed at their disposai, at to hare s auch
better chance of long life, and exemptions from
iiseosc and pain, than the mott athletic of their
"ellows who are foolish enough to suppose them
lelves invulnerable, and act accordingly?
It is not too much to say that more than half ]
.he people of the civilized world need an occasion
tl tonie, to enable them to support the strain up
>n their bodies and minds, which the tatt life of j
bis restless age occasions. In fact, a pure,
rbolesome, unexciting tonie it the grand desider
.tum of the busy millions, and they have the I
irticle in Hosteler's Stomach Bitters. It it a !
tnminal medicine, i. e. it imparts permanent
trength to weak systems and Invigorates delicate
onstitutions. Its reputation and its sales have
teadily increased. Competitive preparations
iave been introdued ad libitum, andas fares the
ublic is concerned, ad naaseum: in the hope of j
ivaling it; but they have all either perished in
be attempt, or been left far in the rear. It has
cen the great medical success of tho present
ontury, and it is quite certain that no proprie
nry medicine in this country is at widely known,
r sa generally used.
Ten lightning presses, running incessantly
Sundays excepted,} the whole year tnrongb,
arcly supply the demand for the Illustrated
.lmnnac, in whfch the nature and uses of the
reparation are set forth, the circulation now
eing over eight millions a year.
mportant To Bail de ni .and Contrac?
We learn from our Charleston exchanges that
lr. P. P. Tc ALE, the welUkaown manufacturer of
>oors, Sashes, Blinds, Ac.,' bat established
epot at No. 20 Hayne street, where be keeps
ons tan tly on hand not only all articles from bis
wn manufactory, but also every variety of j
uilders' hardware, French and American window
lass, both plain and ornamental, slate mantels,
nd, in short, everything ntcesssary to finish
andsomely a residence, a store, or a church. j '
j22t~Dentisti who ute DABBT'S PROPHYLACTIC
LUID praise its disinfecting virtues in the strong
it terms, and they ought to know something
boat bad smells.
EL VINO CATALINA.
The announcement that has been so generally
eralded throughout the country that an Ameri
in company has again commenced importing
tis celebrated Wine Tonic is a matter of no
nail importance, and will be hailed with joy by
ll those seeking a pure and invigorating tonie ;
Iso, those who need a pare, pleasant and re?
eshing stimulant will find in thc Et Vino Cat?
ina, or Brown's Catalina Wine Tonie, what
tey want. It will be remembered that impor?
tions were made in 1866 of this noted brand,
ut in consequence of the high duty then de
anded by this government, the enterprise ceas
1, to the regret of thousands who had learned
g value. It is the oldest tonie in the world, and
subtlees the most invigorating, the purest and
tat, and if importation continues at the rates
JW started, it will take its ph.ee in every fami
in this as well as in the old countries. Its
erits will make it a household article, and we
?pc thst every one who hu ever used any Bit
r- or common patent tonic, will at least try one
?tile of the Catelina, and then decide for them
1 ves whether they will use this tonic, prepared
om the pure juice of the Catalina grape, with
slisaya and the spices of Ceylon, or a bitten
adc of common whiskey and bitter field herbs,
his is an invaluable preparation for weakness
id debility ; it relieves morning languor and
ves freshness and appetite, not followed by an
It cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Cottivenett,
ilious Derangements, Cramp Colic, Flatulence, j r
iarrbeca, Dysentery Nausea, Vomiting, Morn
g Sickness, Chills and Fevers, Headache, Ner?
eus Irritability, Anaemia, Heart Disease, Di?
sses of the Kidneys and Bladder, Diseases of |
ie Skin, and all Eruptions, ei tber caused by
ber diseases or impurity of the Blood. As a
?nie in Consumption, it ha) no superior of I
bicb thousands believe themselves to bavu been
ired by its usc. We do not claim that it will
ire Consumption, but we are iure that it will
?event it if taken in time.
For ssle by I. A. MCKAOXS, Druuggist, Sum
rS. C., J, M. M. COSRAD A Co., 19 Light
reet, Baitimor?, Md , General Agents for the
. S. Office of the Company, 48 S. Howard
rec!, Baltimore, Md.
TEO. ?. TAYLOR,
?AS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO
L. P. LORING'S STORE.
le is prepared _U> zaake LIBERAL CASH
>nsigned through bia either to CHARLBSTON
r NEW YORK. Will hold COTTON ulong
i desired. When you want
.'eruvian Guano or Car?
leis tbe aaa to boy from. When yon havo
COTTON TO CONSIGN,
GIVE HIM A CALL.
Sept 6 6a
Dr. J. S. HU<ffiSON,
WOULD INFORM HI8 PATRONS AND
BLENDS, that he hu removed his office to the
cw building, on Main Street, next above Mr.
. T. Upshur'i Store, where they, may find bia
om 10 o'clock A. Ii.j .to 1 P. M., aad.froo
> #4 P. M, atleta^ ?rsfeaaioosl!; : engaged. If
btent they will please leave their ssa es on tba
After 7 o'clock, P. M., he will be found at hit
etidence on Liberty Street, opposite tbe Acade
[lie Sumter Female Institute.
THE NEXT REGULAR SESSION
of the SUMTER FEMALE INST!
TUTS; wiH begin SEPTEMBER
4 tb, 1871.
L. A. BROWNE.
E. E. COOPER.
SUMTER BOOK STORE.
^ HANDSOME entorta int of
?BLES AND EPISCOPAL PRATER BOOKS.
A ?upply ef BLANK BOOKS, WRITING
?APER, INK, ie. :
Aug 80- :<;.,r / t?
ISAAC ?. M'K?GEN.
pRBSH AND PURE
CH EMI ALS. PERFUMERY
AL WAYS ON HAND,
PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED. WITH CARE
AT ALL HOURS.
THE FIRM OF
RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR
Friends and the public, that they are constan tl y
Of the Beet Quality, and all Articles
usually found in a Drug Store.
The business of fhe House, comprising
Pharmacy and Prescription Stand,
rill be under the special charge of Major J. B
lt USS' ?LL who brings to bis aid an experience of j
BIGHTEEN YEARS in the chemical combina
jon of Medicines.
Prompt and careful attention will be given to
Prescriptions, and Medicines for the ?ame con
jc relied on as pure and of the best quality.
DRUG STORE, CORNER OP
Main and Republican Streets.
DR. A. J. CHINA,
Druggist and Apothecary,
SUMTER, S. C.
NVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND
WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
Glass Ware, etc, etc.
PRICES 9IODEBATE FOR CASH.
Phe Prescription Department
RECEIVES ESPECIAL ATTENTION.
:ARB AND ACCURACY GUARANTEED.
BROMO . CHLOE ALUM,
tjompound of Chlorine, Aluminium,
A Sate, ODORLESS, NONPOISONOUS DIS
NFECTANT. Prevents oontagion, arrests as
rel! aa prevents putrefaction, absorbs noxious
?.ases ano destroys bad odors.
Carbolate of Lime,
l sure Disinfectant-destroys the germ, or ?ep?
ic principle of all contagious emanations.
For sale at Dr. A. J. CHINA'S.
Ang 16 tf
COIT'S MILITARY A XI) COM?
M A YS VILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Boya Prepared Cor College or Busiueaa.
PiasT-Sassios- From October 1st to Peb. 15th.
Sccoao DITTO-From Feb. 16th to June 30th.
TERMS-$100 per session, for Board and
Tuition-in advanee. Special instruction
riven il Penmanship, Book Keeping, Business
Forms and Accounts. For further information,
Capt W. H. COIT,
tog. t 6w._Maysville, S. C.
_- FOB SALE.
APLANTATION, CONTAINING THREE
HUNDRED AND TWENTY (320) acres.
?uh GOOD IMPROVEMENTS-200 of wbieb
is cleared and is as good aa can be found in
Seater County for COTTON and CORN, and in
a respectable neighborhood.
TWO HUNDRED (200) acres of land at Man?
ille, formerly Carter's Crowing, with DWELL?
ING HOUSE AND STORE, where for 20 years,
the present proprietor has been doing a good
mercantile business. A fine opening fur a
WHEELWRIGHT and BLACKSMITH SHOP,
B. J. BARNETT,
Manville, S. C.
WM. G. WHILDEN, Ag't
W?Uhmh Jewelry, Sifter aid Plated
mri CU? AND ENGRAVED GLASS,
TABLE CUTLERY, CHINA AND
warn GRANITE GOODS,
VASES, TOILET SETS,
Orders from tb? Country carefully filled *ad
iib KING SIRSBT, CORNER BEA UPAIN,
; Key Box Ml* Claustro*, 8. C.
AttgM . '?*
WILMINGTON, N. C.
WE KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE AS?
TO BE FOUND IN ANY SOUTHERN MAT
kct. Oar Line of
Of every kind is complete, and at prices that cut
off all inducements to send orders North. Close
baying customers will find that they soire mony
by ordering from us. Our Catalogue for the spring
trade is unusually full.
Wines, Liquors & Tobacco.
Whiskey, Gin, Rum,
Brandy, Wines, Bitters,
Ale, Porter, Ac.
Chewing Tobacco, in caddies and J boxes, of j
Smoking Tobacco, all kinds, in i, J, J and 1
Bogara, a good many different sorts and all
The above wc offer to the trade low for CASH
ADRIAN & V?LLERS,
Maren 27 Wilmington, X. C.
16,000 BUSHELS CORN,
8,000 Barrels Flour,
150 Barrels Pork,
90 Boxes D. S. and L. C. Sides,
30 2hd*. D. S. and Smoked Sides and
4?0 Sacks Rio, Java and Laguayra Coffee,
20 Uh is. Demararn and P. R. Sugar,
150 Rbis. Refined Sugar-all grades,
350 Hbds. Cuba Molasses,
150 Bids. Cuba Molasses.
150 Hhds. Sugar House Molasses,
100 Bbls. Sugar House Molasses,
300 Bales Hny,
2,000 Sacks Salt,
150 Bbl*, and Boxes Cracker?,
15 Tubs Butter,
300 Boxes Soap,
100 Cases Lye and Potash,
75 Bbls. and Tubs Lard.
75 Bbls. and Kits Mackerel,
75 Boxes Tobacco,
80 Boxes Soda,
150 Kegs Nails,
50 Boxes Cheese,
For sale bj
F. AV. KERCnNER,
27, 2S and 29 North Water Street,
May 10_Wilmington, N. C!
THE ONLY STRICTLY
Grocery and Liquor House
THE UNDERSIGNED, bc?s leave to
call the attention of his friends and the
public generally to his
NEW AND WELL SELECTED
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Which bc offers low for CASH ONLY.
?^Si- AU articles warranted as recommended
Pure Mod.vinal Liquors kept constantly
J. II. EBLRHART.
April 13 tf
MONEY CAWOTIBUV IT,
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS ! !
THE DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured
by J. E. SPENCER A CO., New York, which
are now offered to tae public, arc pronounced by
all the celebrated Opticians of the world to be
(he most Perfect, Nitural Artificial hely to the
human eye ever kmwn.
They are ground ander their own supervision,
from minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their natte. "Diamond," on account
of their hardness and brilliancy.
The scientific prit cipleon which they are con?
structed brings the core or centre ot the lens di?
rectly in front of th? eye, producing a clear and
distinct vision, as in the natural, healthy sight,
and preventing all unpleasant sensations, such as
glimmering and wafering of ??gb!, dizziness, Ac.,
peculiar to all othem in use.
They are mounted in the finest manuer in
frames of the best quality, of all materials used
for that parp?se. The..- finish* and durability
cannot be snrpassed.
CAUTION.-None genuine unless bearing their
trade mark stamped on every frame.
HOYT & FOLSOM,
WATCHMAKERS & JEWELER'S.
SUMTER, S. C.
Preserve Your Sight
Manufactured Qt Sch-iffkauteu, SiciUei land.
The superiority of these Great Eye Preservers
consists in the cartful Mathematical Accuracy
in the construction of tbe Lenses, Wiug manu?
factured of tbe Best White Flint Glass, the exact
Shape of the Eye, thus obviating all Glimmering
and iVavering of the Sight. Dizziness, and all
the other Train of Evils produced by tho uso of
Every ono whose sight is fliting understands
its value. By buying imperfect spectacles von
help te destroy it.
BUT Tin: DESI :
Iin>/ th* Schttffhausen SSjie* facie* ami
preserve thc Eye*-which arc priceless.
FOR SALE BY
C. T. MASON,
Jane 2S Wstct>renk??r A Jeweler.
Kinsman & Howell,
Factors and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Charleston, S. C*
Sept 6_4 ra
DAVIDSON COLLEGE, N. C.
ITS NEXT TERM WILL BEGIN SEPTEM
BER 28, 1871.
Annual Collegiate expense*, fro? $240 lo $235.
Per catalogue, or other Information, apply to
REY. CHARLES PHILLIPS. D. D,
Clerk , of Faculty,
Davidson College, N. C.
Thos, T. Upshur's Store,
MA IN? REPUBLICAN STREETS
SUMTER, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
ann Dunces to the public, that he has in
store, and will be constantly receiving, a large
and varied assortment of
Suitable for Planfation cmd Famify lise.
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
will be allowed Merchants, and they are specially
invited to call and exatvine his S'irk.-jd they
will f nd that his business facilll him to
supply them with goods
AS CHEAP AS THEY CAN BUY THEM
in any Northern or Southern Market. Come and
see fer yourselves,' un ocular demonstration is
Highest Market Price
paid for Cotton.
AND THREE FOURTHS OF THE VALUE
CASH, will be advanced, on alt Cotton Shipped
to the House in Baltimore tor 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
gSF Customers and Families purchasing
their supplies at my establishment, can have
them delivered free of charge, st their residences
within the limits of tho town.
AT LOW RATES.
THE COTTON FOOD FERTILIZER, guaran?
teed to produce as much a.? Peruvian Guaco,
pound for pound, acre produco.
ZELIAS SUPER PHOSPHATE, a capital Fer
tilizer, always on hand.
?ST" Country Produce taken in exchange
THOS. T. UPSHUR, Ja,
Feb 22 _
THE SUBSCRIBER INFORMS HIS
' Fronds and Customers that he bas received
and will continue to receive
XE IV AND CHEAP FURNITURE,
TO SUIT THE TIMES.
His Stock consists of almost every article in that
SOFAS, SIDE-BOARDS, BOOK-CASE*
Wardrobe?, Extention Tables,
Sitting and Rocking Chairs, of erery kind
Cribs, Cradles, Trundles Cottage Bedsteads
Some more of those CHEAP COTTAGE SETS
Meat Safe". Window Shades and Wal
Pajiring- all low .'or CASH.
J. E. Snares,
Main St revi, opposite Express Office
Entrance from Stair Case on Main Street to
HOYT Si FOLSOM,
WATCHMAKERS ANO JEWELERS,
31 A IN STREET, SUMTER, S. C.
Vlr F. the undersigned, having foi med a eo
* T partnership, on the 5th June, 1871, ander
the natue and style of HOYT A FOLSOM, would
rc.-pcctfuHy announce to thc public of Sumter,
and th; adjoining counties, that we are now pre?
pared to exfc-Jte all work entrusted to us with
promptness, and in a workmanlike manner.
OUR STOCK will embrace thc latest styles of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
All of which will bc sold at the lowest cash
F. H. FOLSOM,
At Hoyt's OW Stand Main Street.
J&T" The genuine DIAMOND SPECTACLES,
manufactured by J. E. SPENCER k CO., New
York, always on baud.
S U MT E R
rilli E undersigned having jn*t received a flu?
JL lot of
S PREPARED TO FURNISH
Monumental & Cemetery Work,
of all kinds
in n manner that will compare iavombly with
any work in hi? line. Having received a liberal
patronage heretofore, he continues to invite all
who may be desirous of any thing in his Hue to
give hitu a call.
Ile defies competition in prices.
JPs?* Positi,ely no work delivered in the future
un Lil paid for.
W. P. SMITH.
Julius J. Fleming.
A TT O ENEY AT LAW.
(.ffire on Main Street, next to the Sumte
For Asthma, Hose Coltt, liny Fever, etc.
"Nothing so successful."-T. MKTCAT.T,
Drx-ggist, Boston. Recommended hr 1 >r. O. W.
Holmes. It always relieve*. JCS. BURNETT i CO.,
Eo?tou, Mass. Sold by all druggists.
VIRSIN1A FEMALE INSTITUTE
Is ore of thc largest FIUST CLASS Institutions in
the South. There are Bight School?, under
twenty-two officer.??. Pupils from every Southern
State. Special advantages iu Music, Buildings
and Grounds ore spacious und clemant. i? -! r
Cirrt.Iar? of 45 pages, addrc;v, REY. li. H.
A HEW ERA IX
' ?? ? - LABCIS. Tine,
^ft^^^^ CLOTHES and
im feteB^fc^^f!. BY TUE
?my^ifjy ^LF-\YASIiI.NG ?PAP
SEXD for CHU'li LAR ami PRICK LIST
Everett & Co..
51 MURRAY ST., New York.
Sole Agents for ?he States of Virginia, North and
South Carolina. Georgia and Florida.
DR. CO LL I XS'
PAINLESS C HE FOR TUB
DR. COLLINS' ANTIDOTE.
Enables the patient to discontinue the use of
Opium in any for ni, at once, without pain or
inconvenience, and without any interruption of
ordinary business. It rebuilds the broken con
stitutioa and restores thc nervous energies.
DISCOVERED IN 1S6S.
TJie only Ptiinleee Cure ever Discovered.
THEIR LAST DOSE.
A book ot over IOU pages, containing letter* of
FITZ-1IUGH LUDLOW, the well-known letter
of G. A. T., exposing the intrigues of HARPER'S
MAGAZINE and LUDLOW, and a foil desenp
tioa of the Antidote, sent free to any address.
Address, DIV. SAMUEL B. COLLINS,
Agents! Read This!
T?7EWILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY
Vf of $30 per week an t expenses, or allow a
lat gc commission, to sell our new and wonderful
inTcntions. Address 21. WAGNER 4 Co., Mar
shill, Mich. _
$30. We will Pay S30.
Agents $30 per week to sell our great and valu?
able discoveries. If you want permanent, honor?
able and pleasant work, apply for particulars.
Address DYER 4 CO., Jackson, Michigan.
j^GENTS WANTED FOR THE
TRANSMISSION OF LIFE.
Counsels on tho Nature and Hygiene of the
Masculine Function. By Dr. Napbeys, author
of '-The Phynienl Life rf liomin." It relates
to the male tex ; is full of new facts ; delicate but
outspoken, practical and popular; highly en?
dorsed: Stils rapidly. Sold by subscription
only. Exclusive territory. Term* liberal.
Price $2. Address for content?, Ac, J. G. FEU
GUS A CO , Poblishers, Philadelphia. Pa.
Shrewd but quiet men 'an mike a fortnne by
revealing the secret of thc business to no < ne.
Addrejs WM. WRAY,
6SS Broadway, New York.
D. J. WINN, Agent,
Now hasjn Store a Large and Careful?
ly selected Stu.:k of
Spring and Summer Goods,
WHICH HE GUARANTEES AS REPRE
SENTED, .SUCH AS
CLOTHING-Fine, Medium and Common.
Cloths and Cassimeres,
Fina Lot Tweed?,
Gloves aud Cravats,
which ho pledges himself to sell low f r carl:.
The State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF SUMTER.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Thomas M. DeLorme, Plaintiff,
Charles DeLorme, Henry B. DtLo rue. Cha'lo I
H. DeLorme, William M DeLorme. Samuel
J. Uro wn and Hortense C. Brown, hi* A lie, '
James H. Bracey and Ktizabeth M. Bracey,
bis wife, Judith U. DeLorme, Minnie Stin?
ton DeL-Tine, Carrie Bud.I DeLorme. Jame- 1
E. DeLorme and John F. V.. DeLe n.e.
TO TUE DEFENDANTS, CWc? DeLorme.
Henry B. DeLorme, Charlo? H. DcLoruic, \"i?
liam M. DaLorwe, Samuel J. Brown and Hw
tense C. Bi own, hi* wife. James H. Bracby and
Elizabeth M. Bracey, bi* wife. Judith li. D.
IK nue, Minnie Swinton DeLortac, C?rrt> Budd
DtiLurme, James E. DeLorme and JuUu F. IV.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and re
quired to answer the complaint io (Lia action,
which is Cleil in the office of tho Clerk of the Court
of Common Deas, for the said Cooa ty, and to serve :
copy nf j?ur an*wer to tho said c% uulaint on the j
subscribers at their office, in the Town of Saat- j
ter in the County and State nfor?raM, within J
iw?nty days after the servir? berewf, excludive nt !
th? ilay of snell service; a? t if j. u :.>il f.. an- ?
?wer tho eontplatot within lb? tim- afures?i ?, tl?- j
plaiatrf in tins action will apply to thc l'-.uri [vi j
the relief derna mied in the complain;.
FRASER, HAYNS WORTHS A COOPER. I
Plaintiff** Atteln- y* I
Dated Augu>t 11, 1S7I.
Ino complaint in this action wa? duly ?led in '
the office of the Cork ?f the Court of Common j
Pica? for the Coeuty of Sumter iu the State
aforesaid, on the Nih d .v of Angus', A. l>. 1871. '
FR A S Eh, UAYNSWO.tTil* A COOPER, 1
_ Plaintiff's Attorneys, i
PLANS AND INTIMATES famished ?ti ;
application. Willett-end to any Uiainesa eu '
tra*te.t to hint with aeouraey aad dispatch.
Refers to FOES OR FRI EN IfS.
Address, Box 20, Manchester. S C.
ROBERT BROUN. I?, rv
May I? I
AX Ol* OIN A
T'J Ant'tul uti Of*liitnt?m> . '~.'. ?
Ordinance under iff >. //'.,/ ../
the .h t approved ?/A ./ .'.'.../ . I, i >7 i,
authorizing fl'" In'* ?"'?ta/ ou^ Wor
th tts of the TOUCH of ?in utter /v../"/.'
such Ordinances "< .'<.'// <.'.'//</'.' at
exp? il nwt ni fcltttvn !'< fir*-:tsi?rg lorr
.?'.?S M"//'/ f/i" lira /. 'h lil':"! ::i
itpd cttrr?':>g ';:/ ?..-?/ ?tttfittt?.* tr ' ;
the corporate limits iivtiji* d tur. o ?'.
J?**, A. D. IS7I.
SEC 1.-lie ?i Ordained hy Intendant
Wardens of the Town of S?w?tcr >.? Coin?? '
.ssemUcd, Tii.it so raueh ."<...:!..:> Vii ? ! >:.'.?!
Ordinance as is expressed in ii., .< ;l<?v.i:i_; v -..
m 1 fi ?UTI:*, viz :
Ranken: Bat?:; Agcncit-s havin;;* p'acc ?f If?
finess wh>tre ci*?-dits are ? ;**ri ! Ky rhe ilej^-.-'t
?r collection i-f iti'.m-v, >>r ..ni ..: cy, .*!.!.?? ?.: tu .
p:iid or remit*?! H]?B ?traft, elev?, or wurr. .
where money ii advanced 01 l?an .! stock
bonds till? ofexchange <-r nt'Mitwsvry :.<.t. -.ir
other collateral, or where i..;'s ?.; . x
eli:i!.;;<: f-r pr??ti>is>.i?y n? tes ?rc received for sal?
or discount $.'>!>.he aMcndeo ?? rc.:-' a.? follows;
Baaks, or Bank Ageneie.- havtr-s .. |-?*ce ot
boMuess where credits atc ?pvrcJ i?v the dep?it
ur collecti"?.- of money, or enrrer *y, sefcjeef tu he
?>ni<l or reeaiUed n|ron draft, vheefc or ol ?er. ur
.heremoney i? advar.ee,!, <.? l.-ancd un
bond, bill of exchange or promissory .:?.!.;-. ?>r
ui.hcr collateral, or win:;- slocks, bills at e>
change or pr"n?i--.>ry notes arc .ci-iivci fur
jr discount-$2 V
Ratified in Cuur.ci! as <-n;l>!cd this. 21st
X. S.] day of Auras*. A. P IS7I.
Intendant. pru. lem.
Jons F. BaTSSTORTH, Clerk ?nd Treasurer.
An-.' so t;
A S O K DI X A % C M
To Regul?te the ?Sal*: of Sent Ca-.n
within thc Corporal*: JLiatiis .?? the
Tomi "j Snntftr.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE 1X1 END \N r
anil Wardens in Connel! a-xmlded, an? ' y
be authority of the same :
SEC. I.-That '.n ar. : after ii c passage ff ri. i -
)rdinance, it shall le oiilawfol for any i ;? >..:!
lemons to procure or .-eil vi!:!. :, ti.e f..rr? r. tc
halls of thu towtt. Seed Coll ? ..cei.r at >n !:
itne and in such !n;inncr as i.- Ucrca'tcr j'i'O' :?'.?. i.
SI C. II.-And lu: it forth- r i r :..;:.?. ! that :.
;ecd Cotton ^li:>ll be .-r ; ureLas-j i bv-tarv!?!!
he lifiurs of;" ?'dock V. M. M.M 7 o*d< ck A. M.
SEC. UL Bv it farther - r i.-i. . ! that any p- r
ion or persons poreh.isii^; Sos] Cotton ?rittin.
ba C'-rj.ora'c limits, shall 1* rvj i.v-1 tc >...?}. ,i
wok in which sha?! bc record ? tli<:ria:aea ;
esidence of each patty from attora S?C?; norchst?!
s made, theiiate thereof, the ; iaatatu :> or '...M
ipoii wi.?eil it. \v:i< CT?n ai.?i li e.uII.tier :
)ound? of c:?c'? | urcha e. ti.f satne t.i be Min ; .
y kept, sui j-ct to the ?ii.-1 cc ii :: o? :'.e Cblvf
Police, and ?1:H?: i-t tvqotnen io wake a rap rt : .
he Chief of Police on or : et-re ??I nc! -I- .
mehday-of all ancfa Cotton pur<-rri-e.i theday
irevions, which rcpori fhsll ! .. rw< : !. i in rh*
tffice of the Clerk and T?"esfU:c; :".-rj??> ria
SEC. IV.-That r .r. v. rv V--.V >n of this Cr
linar.ee, the patty .-ti.-iU u;-.n Li in-^ c u\ ?cr. I
te subject to a fine "? not less than ; IC tn.r moro
KatiGcd in T twa Council, this tho 2!.-'
L. S ] day of Au.'us:, A. [>.. one thousand eight
hundred an-i seventy-one.
61'ION Ai: P KD'JIARDSON,
Intendant, pro. tent,
f-jiix F. IIAYNSWCRT?I, Ck;i; a.id Treasurer.
Aug CO_: :
rhe State of South Carol ina:
COUNTY OF SUMTEU.
:O?RT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Franklin J. i?oses, "[
he younger of thc r,n me. J
, ? , . v-.i'-v ;u:;i:n tc*.
Against J l*
Perry M. DeLcon, |
TO TERRY M. DeLEOX, Dcf?ndast io tort
YOU aro hercty snramft;- d and required 11
tnswer the compiai^t in ti.i.-. action, w'tteh
ikd itt the office of the Clerk of the Couri ..:
,'ocnmon Pleas t-.rthe County.and to .-crvc
i copy i/f your an.-wer on thc sultscribcr at Iii
ifF.co.*Samter, South Carolina, within itvet.ty
lajs airer the et rvice'o;' this tnnunona on you,
!Xclosive of thc d?y of service.
It yon fail to an>?-or th i -* eomplaiat w!,.hin tho
?nie aforeaai I, thc ; ia?it?fwi? take jadgaient
gainst you f'?r thc M;:II of One Xhoasand.
landred and Fiftv bollara, with intere*t at tho
ate of 7 per cen ru ia ? et annum >. <?a the .'.rst J.iy
,f January, one ti. u$asd???L; Luu?rcdscvc&ty
>ne and coota.
Dated September "u I, 1-7!.
B. VT. MOISE,
Pia. .l.t. i Attorney.
TO PERKY M. DELEON-Defendant:
TAKE NOTICE that the Summ.??, o! i.
he foregoing is a cot y. an ! al?? ri..- v. ?rr.: i .ir...
n rbia action, wore daly ti iel in .!>... fin
'ivrkoftlie Court ol Cvtntt.n Wea? tot li.
'..titity of SttrtiTcr .it: l State " - I xrolir.a .
.a tin ??id day of Sej-teOiOer. ?>7?.
S.pt C-6-.v !.: .i:.:.r- Attorney.
rhe State cf South Carolina
COlMl 0i; >l MTEll.
:OURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
tho voungtr of tb? nan*?. |
Perry 3L DeLeon,
TO PERRY M. DELEON. ?) f-nOan: :. th :
YOU are hereV?y summoned and n-Mii-ei :.
tn?wer the eoeaphiintlu tht* avti->n. arbich .. r'.i- >i
n the nfiice of the Ci'-rl* of the ('< un of Ct>aam?i
^icae for the aaid Coamy, and serve a C"py
>f 3oar answer on the sub?o I v-r a: i i
-uu.rcr. South Carolina, wi:h:i- twenty la\>
titer the service of this sun ... - un \ ?,.
..lo?iv>* of the of service.
If you fat? tu ;ir??*A. r :. .- complaint w i
Ire time aforc-ant. the ;.! aim ?. ! take i."
aent against yon for the n:m Fifteen !!.?:.
treJ Itollar.-. ?v:?h int-io-r ai th.- tare 7 ,-?.-r
.et.tum per :iii:..,?. h t.! i titra
try. one thoasaad c r*i.: i.. i. i.v.; .. v nry
Dated Septeanixi Sn-i. ii!.
T<> PERRY M. Di :.EON-Deft
TAKE NOT!' !: tom :! Snn m .
thc t.-r.g.iir.c; i^ aeopy.kt, i i : i
in this acion w>.vt?duij lia 1 . i ?<
'"'..rk ut'the arl ... . i- . . .' ..
Coonry of Sattler, snd ....
it? t:i>- 2nd day o? Se; : ; 7 i.
The State of Scut!: Ccrol. a
Si'M'l '?li < < rNI Y
//, '...??. .v. /:,.,.-./..y . ;
W :i i: :: \ -. ?. ... .. ..
If Made snit s? :. I .? . . -
A-itu i : i-trati- ti. -t '-M i-, .._ . , [;. i.
EDMcND h. L? \N. !.....-.
If '.-'e are th lelo ,-.:<. a1-! :. Int?? all
iud singular tb<- kindred a?.:n ..- .: if? - ?.!
Edmund E. Ilat. . .. ...... . .. ; r?ie> 1- i
ip;.cnr. before o.-. ... i... I ? H J t , ,t.-. t . ...
!n i.i at Stttutor C. it., oa ? .1 . .. .?
i.er. inst, a'lei puh.ieiit...i. i.e.. . i al Il oV?.e? iti
inc ;.?r.n."ot., to >!it w ?UM . ; aov v Irai--,
aby thc sa;J A i-. ? ... 4a> | . ....
li.vt^i ander my hi, t- i.- ;,v .;
r-ept. At.no DoOiil . !?>.!.
C. yt. Ul tr.sT.
Scpt?1-2t_ J ...I.-, of?: .-. ..rr I :. I. :. .
A FUESlI Si. I'i'l.V OF
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
The Ladle* wa*- ?>? ?? >? ?ti -t? '>:.^ "?.iin
SVtVCa w ?. lt
MILLINERY . .
?re ir.?:t<-.l t" c..li .in-.' <??,..>:..
t?l>s K. !). U i: ? n c > *S
N EH .-i VU . n;
IIATS. I !.<<Wi i..-. UIU..I '.S, Il vii. :. .;.!.>.