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The Sratit&r Watdtui^
^f?'jdl"?r*niicu?\Adr?rtU?aift>ts, Rad al
Job Work mus? ba'paid for''"ft cash.' Tbid wi
le eb?erved without/ftrtinetion. Subscript*'
I aro also payable iu advance. T '
?$r AopUeat?o&ST?OT .Tob Work.Wtll ba made,
fal tba office, ta Tnos. .ii- FI?WRB?. - .. >
1Tba.W_i.?cE'MAJi boofc? ar?.?B^??teep.bg oT W.
*f, FAXtox^fbo.w?tl receipt for monies Aoe and
nttcod to nllinalte'r? c^Mvetrtcd wiih the Adver?
tising or Subscription departments.-, Z '- ' >.
?ff* Oi'r Advertising friend? ?re requested to
I reid in their far ora not later than Monday.
Pu? Thc Wa i eli ni ut?.
There ere some.pcoplc ,wbo have read oar
I paper for j cara. They. ..ca j' ?jul. Orin lt. abd 'arc
cl?rthed (?onie -of them .jo fine 'wothingj ?nd-yet
[they bare never"pa'aT*He !Tn/rtai?i?--:flrjoiioe?.
?Tb?* >s p!ain.?Tk.'; .tut' it*a plaia' and' ^faafltA
-.crated, truth, end we tell'Tt. ia order that cpfl
jcicnee m?y get to wi,rk.
??T-: Th? jrarcn ase' of -Cotton in tho Seed is ?a
[business sc manifestly fraught with miicVicf, and
dishonesty, that no man, who claims to be ben
[ ost or respectable, should engage io it.
TiT Tho finest chewing ond smoking Tobacco
u.d Cigars, may lc fuiuid'at the Sumter ;Book
I Store. .. . -
-? -)-<^> >- -- -
; 5, Our market is rrb?o?u.;ely and minutely
c rrcc: in figure?,' -and may bo .mplicirly relied
upon. It ii prepare1."with eire ai,d labor.'
Examino -constantly the aUixrtising
columna of thc Sun Watckmt?*, if you would
1 n< -.v where your want? may bc suppjicd atid to
ftc heft advunUigC. '....*.._..
r?.*<^?>v?.?a ?SS . ?
'?" ? , New siibcribcM. coutinuc to encourage
id stimulate n*.
' ?r Notices of several new advertisement*'
l,::vc been erowded from our present issue.
-.--Tin- Regular Soothly Parade of thc
Sumter Fire Engine Company, un<lcr their new
President, Mr. CHAR. II. Mo:sr, will take place I
lon Men lay next.
* 5" The XeW Brr.?? Ham!, wc learn, will cn
[liven the F-.ir. by thc ladies of t:?c Episcopal
Cherrb, c?mutuaeiag on thc 2:5rd inst,
i rn? ??
_2?ES*~ A sutcplc of Tea, from thc Planters'
Warehouse, regales our nostrils with its delight?
ful ar->n-.a, ns wc write this notice.
New Port Office.
'.'Oakland** is thc name, and Anhur Harrh)
?'ne Post Master, of a m-w Po.-t Ofrice,rc>taMNhe I I
ni the roule between Manning and Snmter. This j
)ff?cc has been much needed, and will vc Postal ;
accommodations toa considerable community, j
who have hitherto sadly felt the need of such |
con vcij lenee.
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Thc Oct'dicr Term for Sumter is now in it
second week-th*civil side.
rbc critnical business of last week amounted .
Ito bot little ia thc aggregate. Jadge t?ci.ra j
-a-sod sentence in two or t! ree case of larceny, '
!!:<- do<-kct show? mire ease? ::i litigaron than
?an be adjudicated during the present week.
Tin- trial of cases, in wb?eb negro property was
[the consideration, progr?s-es, tinder the deei>ioti
Iof the Supreme <"??nri of the State-iudge Orr's
ti lr? r.-c '....ur>e to tiie contrary notwithstanding.
Vi h^n recently af Baltimore, wc- wer?? privileg
Ic 1 !<? m ike the acquaintance of Wat. PINKSEY j
'il.?vu.T.,K, K-.|.. one of the c<r;.s of the I>.iily j
fand Weekly "Gerann Correspondent,** a paper j
great infl?cn<*e and extensive cir<ralation ;
la mor:;; iii? German population . r country.- ;
[Mr. Il AMI:.:, N i- a ; >cng wan of fine ahi!;?ics, !
? ar? ?ir- pleas? d :.? learn that be weald likely
1 nght forward i<y his friends fur a scat in j
eli*: Maryland L xi>.'jturr.
Thc "Gooch" cotton Tlc.
Mcs-rs. i'reen, Walsh A Co.. arc agent*, rt
'unit-r, for this ran*rb Tie, Messrs. Doney.
[Hyman A Co., of New York, being tho general
Wc !:aven?cl this Tic. ?nil continue to use it. ?
esteeming it highly for tts "case of adjustment, |
Strength and immovability. It is ni.-" murri n*i-d
by thc planters of this section an 1 is destined to |
become ono ol the mo-t popular ia usc,
- ... _. ... -
Porter, Kay A: Co..
Is T* os an l .c!.oes. this Sew York bouse has
n<i superior, a? a reliable and satisfactory estab?
lishment with w:.i?"!i to do business. Their large
tra ic is controlled upon f?ir and equitable
principles aud by the general reliability of the
<?o...?.. by them. Mesrr*. Truuinn II. Porter.
Warren II. Day an 1 Thomas X. Bristle! aro all
?o:.t!e:ii<.-:i nf ?i?^ti chancer, thc lending member
o? the urra, Mr. Truman IJ Portie!', hoing nothing
less than a K-a ?.-r. both aa a business man, And
in those high toned a:-iciiifies which belong to
mm ol the h.-t type. It is. in truth, n fust
.?la-- bouse, and we refer our mercantile reader?
e?i"tcully t?.- th?? car l in our columns.
A inter (.ron rj'.
The establishment of MOORE, JENKINS A C".p
Ol New York, has grown U> immense proportions,
uti !..! the^ood manag m<oit sud liberal dealing
ol the proprietors, largely aseuted by that very
Soul ?.f a clever fellow andaecomplivbcd business
man,T. F. W sso?c, of.?..nih Carolina. Thuir
entire story bo?dit:^. which is on t..o corner
of West l;r<-adttny and Franklin-a p'-'.aiiiict.t
anti outstanding position, i< u?^d in their grocery
tr.id>- and cigar uuiLoiactory, and thc whole Con .
Cern, from . p to bottom, seemed as busy a? a
bee. Thfy control a very he.ivy Southern iradi-,
and friend WKSSOS is inc ho?t ?poke in their
wlteeL Ile carries a larger grocery trade lrom
South Carolina than any Southern man in New
York, ind i' we:l an t favorably known -..moog
the merchant? of Sumter. His card with this
hoiue wiii bc lound in our paper, to which we
be? to direct apodal attention.
r,ur Photographic Gallery, under the artistic
hand of Mr. J.D. WILDKK, HOW offers Oppor
taaity fut fine Pictures of various kinds, such a.1!
wiii he found mentioned in the adreitisomcDt
on another coluniu.
We like the Jfewtiiui much. Some of tb e
sjf:c.-t, roundest and most charming picture*
thai can be imagined, of this class, are now
lying before da, wrought for us at this gal i ?ry.
"Mezxo-ttnts," as they are denominated by their
intelligent rorcator, it an expressive name for
them, but it does not explain a.l-it does sot
tell you a ?ferd o? thc marbk.liks appearance
which distinguishes this picture from all other
photographie-prints. Mr. Wim?? will be
pleated to ?>-w specimens of thens as well ?e of
all bis other varieties. .
'^.i- The Sumter Book, ?tore nu the Agency
of tbe hun oas Knabe Fia?o. Manufactory, ?f
Baltimore, where diserrjjjtire and fllastratira
pranphlet eatabgnea may be ?eeo, Jcstruments
furnished at tba rery lowest prices ai which they
csa be bought fra* thebonee diraai.
Tcxajs Largely ?etiiorrutle. rf-'l
[ Wttlker-, c^arr?aii Of the 5tate Kxeco?
tire Committee, telegraphs ay follows toj
Hon. Sanaa] J; Randsdl, Tcba/r^jo^
the. Democratic' C?mm??t^>? : '_ *'
" '^tfory ! The Denfc$cr4fa.o^t7:ercry
ctm^ressloiial^^djatrict^, .Ji'he, .majority
w?i-?pobabiy bc o^OGU"
. ' ---r--. ... "
Henry Ward Beecher delivered ?'?ar?
m?n in his cb ur eli, in Brook ly n/.?. "Y,
on Sunday, on tho alleged city trioda,
which seems to have been a.we ll coasid?
cred and sensible production. ?* He. told
bis pew-holders very frankly that no po
liiic.il capital could bc made out of these
disclosures, as they were simply an eyi
deuce of the Suancial dishonesty of thej
limes, which is as manifest in Washing?
ton Wfcr&?w York, and js^tts;*truo.' ^
commercial as of political circles.
The Paymaster's Department of ihe
army, has recently shown another heavy
officiai theft. Thc truth is the whole
Grant administration is-honey-combed
wi i h corruption.
During the holdin-r of the Fta^c Pair
at Columbia, OR Wednesday,8th of jS-ov-i
prox.,. lhere-is to be a grand Tourt-a
ment. Those WT?O m&y wi>h to ride on
this occasion will be put in possession
of all necessary information By addrcssr
ing Mr. T. HOWELL Glens, Secretary of
thc l?oard of Managers. '
;-J Thc irin house of Mr. A. "W
WOOD, arith twelve or-fifteen bales of
cotton, was bumed by incendiaries on
Saturday night last.
Pr. Chas. 1\ Wood, of Manchester,
X. IT., convicted of causing thc death of
Elvira Woodward, by abortion, has been
sonreuced to tweb^ years in thc State
Our columns continue crowded,
toan unusual extent at thc demand of
tho business of thc countryj throwing
u> r i 11 upon the indulgence of our
Ni-ux-ropcr t iiaiirrc.
We Icata thal at ino close of tl.c present roi"
amit N?.rt mbcr J.-:, thc CA ROUX A FAHKFR AXJJ
V.'i.:j-.i.v ST'.!:. Don combined, TC Ul be issued as
? j??! ?te publications.
Tm; C.\K"? I^A FARMER will be issued, a?
or!;': .iTt^. in inoutldy magazine form, with
bande?me cover and title ya' e, and will be ?4e
\o:?-.? exclusively to Agriculture. Horticulture
and siri'lrel subject*. Thc first i*.-.ic will appear
Dcreinbcr I rt. a* a .<-/,..<? ??i/:,.'??.r, nnil thc
regular volunto, will c-.inmcnc? January 1st,
1>7- Sulxriptioa price- S2,u0 per year in nd
ranc .. Tu?** who suscribe'prior to Vocnahit
1*1 r i!! credited from that ?Inte to January
l?f, 1.-7 '. A large (.dLiu.i of thc Dccuinbtr
mun' tr ? ?ll Kc circulated, end a fine fpcrrenlty
f>r adrt.r!?*crf i? herc presented. \c . .
1 : e Wrr.?.f.v ST\? will b's ????od evry
Fri iay. commencing November Sd, af ?2,f'0 per
year in advance. It will bo printed in thc le>?
Myl# an>I will ctntatti twenty-eight columns of
road t.? mutter, embracing Politic*, Literature,
Marl <?! Report ntnl General Nen?.
As U":t of our reader* arc j.r< b.<bly aware,
he'h thew publication* arc i wncl and conducted
bj Mr. Wm. ll. Ccr&ard, Proprietor of thc Haily
Morning Star, Wilmington,"N. C., to whom all
rotnmitnications *- ii ti T.i he addre-sed.
for removing mildew from clothing,ase I)AH
l!V'? Pror>iiVI.ACVir Ki.fin rtiloted ?r?th wat?>r.
tho unrivalled success in the *ele of I>r.
Riekau?' Gulden Remedie* if a positive test of
tl..-ir merit. They bave gaine?' a worid.wlde
rrputati-.ii with lezaadvcrti?ieg and display than
?ny other Si*rific known. Let thc skeptieel
. eiure condemning all pateut medi.-ince try
"improvement lu Chnrlcaton.
Among thc rcent improvttnents in Chr.rlesMn
W.'tbe w.irclK>u.-c and buiMcn' Jcj-ut nf .Mr. 1*. T
Toa LC, thc maniiiactoror nf i><?"r'. SashM and
ltlinri*, ex'en linjj through fmrn No. "0 Ifajae
nt reel to N's?. Pinckncy ctr? ct, and said tn l?o
:hc me/t extendive ?* well KP in? st compUt;
c-tnWi..hni<-rt i I th- hind S<iu:h of Baitimore. .
.MOTH KRS ? ?MGT?IKRS3!
MOTH KUS 111
DONT PAIL TO PROfURB MKS. WrSfi
LOW'/! SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CHIL
Thi- valnaRle preparation ha.? been n?e l with
^ KV KB FAILING 6UCCESS IN TH-U*
>ANi)S OF CASES..
lt nut only rclii-vts tho child r pain, but
mrijh<rk'** tho yt"in:ii-h an?' ' *ls, coTwet.?
ncUfftfi ?nil give? tine ?r.d ti * to the whole
*}.*'?m. lt will al?n htataa^jy rr?itvo
U Ailing iu thc bowels ami U iud folie
We Srlicve it the LKs'T and Xl UFSf HEM
EDY IN THE WORLD, in =11 eases of Vytvn
i<ryauil I'iarrtKia In i. ??Urca, w?ielhrr arising
?rom teething or any other cae?*.
Foll ditectionslor using will a ceo mp any c?ch
bott I?' Nonn r"?uine unlefs (he fae simile of |
. I ?.ns i PERKINS, New Yotk, ii eu toe I
j Sul'i by ail Medicine Dealers.
213 FULTON STREBT. NEW YOP.K.
j 493* HARD ST. LONDON, ENGLAND,
j 411 St. PAUL ST. MON THEA L, t.O.'ADA.
Trnat \\ hut Tiinc baa KM nt t toned.
TiV( WI :i Iii Ul that t tic Tiiict: t-f the people is thc
! voici; of tbarttvinity. may in iomo ca.-cs, be open
! to doubt, buutho tustimnny ul honest and en
Irghteded wituenies ester.dinj: through a ?eries
' efyesirj, and soil lo the same purport, is worthy
j of credence, admit* "f nu naestiofl. l'jion ?ach
t testimony the reputation nf HortcTfer's Stomach
Hitters aa an autid?ie and cere fur many ail-'
meaU is bared. During the twenty year? ?eat
I it han been l^fore tho word, innumerable prep
, a-atii nn intended to compete with it. have gone
' ap lilie rockets, and come down tho extinguiidred
i sticks. Meanwhile the progress oftbat ioeoaap
j arab?? teak hes been swift and rtea<ry*-eiwuyr
! upward and onward like the ea^leVdjbt. . iu
j intro'lucrton produced a revolution in theraptu
i ties, ?nd it proved to be on? of those salutary
\ re'vojafiivo? that eauaot go backwards. To day
iWetter'n bitter? is on? of the ?wt? popelar
B/raeflics ia-chr^stesdotn. and commands a larger
rale trian ?ty* orher m?dicinal .preparatiea, tlo
aoeetL? or imported, on this side of tu? Atlantic.
Af a c oro fordynpepala, bilioas difwlers, nervoas
a?oetiona, general debility, ae'i ** a^pfoventrrc
of epidemic fevera, it lake* precetlenee of every
other ?seedy. Ttrif suet shaaW- .teach the
ambitious cour.try dealer* who -endeavor to foirt
how futile their^asiaJI eflr*p? ?a ?ti?*!
comtrunity mast neajBsarily^he. Where the,
game 6..h hara faiitfiaar** io ahaaaaibr th?,
ABER?ROJiBIS'-S -MORAL. PHILOSOPHY.
nie philosophy, "of .tfce??o^?'Peerinip. By|
. Joe* Aaasraoxwii-M. D., F.rLS. With M |
t?on?, to adapttne'work to the use of Schools!
and Academies; and aTso analytical; qoestionsJ
for fLo examination of . e?ass??, hy. ??'COB ;
ABBOTT, aa thor of tba "ItooftC-t??aD,
"Bollo Books," Aa, Ao. Berjsed edition^ with .
' addition*. ^2mo, :,Pric>j|Lj$,., y?j?&?.
.This woi^ialthottghwt.aaj^s^ehnuBjT?^ a
"treatLieas'By^oni? ?otaF*?^J^bpbv* ?. yet'
W?ft^?pte^s???fa^ M '..I
' Th* addit?oDS'hy^the Eojsr.-?ji,,Abb^f.*?
in tended to- be such additional explanation . as
the author would himself hare made, if he had
tn.'view rhile.r?repar?ng the rfOrk. tho purpose lo j
which it ts flow applied. ".'".' \~^?ja
* SOPHTT-' Tn quirics cen eera lng lac Intellectual
Powers and the Investigation of Truth. By
Jonjr ABKncr.oiTBiE, M. D., F.R.S. With ad?
ditions and caplaca^cfni'by Jacoe ABSOTT.
12mo. Price t\ 13. p .
'.In.regard-to the value of Dr. ABEHC ROBBIE'S
treatise," says tho editor, the .Rey.. Mr- Abbott
(himself a practical Isachar of experience and
acknowledged'nierit^.i'tfceVe'ia'and fhef?'?an bo
but one opinion. Its useful tendency is'most
?.-cidcd, both "in. making a pupil aeqnainted
wilb bis powora, and ia.guidiog bim. to tbe most
efficient and successful use of them." The book
ht? gone through'-many .editions, and is now
COLLIN'S A BROTHER, Publishers, T
] 370 Broadway, New Kork,
~EL VINO C?T?Ljf^f
Tho announcement that baa been so generally
heralded throughout the country tuaton'Aorer?-'?
can company bas again commenced importing
this cclcltrarcd. Wine ToriV is a nfatUr of "no
small importance, and will bo hailed with joy by
all those seeking a pare and invigorating tonic ;
also, those who need a pure, pleasant and.ro
frcibing stimulant will find in thc El Vino Cat?
alina, or Brown's Catalina Wino Tonie< what
they wiht.-^It trill be remembered that impor?
tations were made In 1866 of this noted brand,
but in cons?quence of tho high duty then de?
manded by this government, the enterprise .ceas?
ed, to the regret of thousands who had learned
its value. It is tbe oldest tonic in the world, and
doubtless the most invigorating, thc purest and
be?t, and if importation continues at tho rates
now started, it will take its place in ovary fami?
ly in this .is well ns in thc old countries. Its
merits will make it a household article,and we
hope thnt every one who has ever used any Bit?
ters <?r eemmon patent tonic, will at least (ry one
bottle of the Caldina, and tlien decide for them?
selves whether they will use this tonic, prepared
frotn thc pure juice uf the Catalina grape, with
Calisaya and tho fpices of Ceylon, or a bitters
ninds of common whiskey and bitter field herbs.
This is an invaluable preparation for weakness
and debility ; it relieve* morning languor and
gives freshness and appetite, not followed by an
unpleasant re;iction. . _
It cans Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Costiveness,
Bilious Derangements, Cramp Colic, Flatulence,
l/iurrbrea, Dysentery Nausea, Vomiting, Morn
ing Sickness, Chills and Fever*, Headache, Ner?
vous Irritability, Antenna, Heart Disease, Di?
sease.? of the Kidneys and Bladder, Diseases cf j
thc Skin, and nil Eruptions, either ca>j?cd b j
other di.-casci or Impurity of the Blood. As a
Tonic in Consumption, it ba? no superior of |
which thousands beiicro themselves to have been
eared by ?ts usc. Wo do not claim that it will
cure Consumption, bot we tte sore that it will
I rarest it if .taktn in time.
For salo br I. A. MCKAOCR, Drunggist, Sea?
ter 8. C.. J, M. M. Co SHAD A Co^ 1? Light
'treet, Baltimore, Md , Genera. Agents for the
U. S. Office of tho Company, ii S. Howard
street, Baltimore, Md.
IN obodlcncc to thc order of the Judge of Pro- j
late, of Sumter County, I will sell, it pnbtic
auction, at the late ro-idnnce of John Sanders,
deceased, for cash, on SATURDAY, THE.2M
DAV OF OCTOBER, inst., between lo and 3
o'clowk, the following personal property of the
Estate of .Ti,bn Senders, deceased, tojvK :.
1 l?ny Marc Male,. ^
1 Tout Horpe Wagon,
1 l?urcaa, _ _ _
2 Mahogany Tables,
1 Onfre Table,
1 Sofa, . ?
1 l'air Fire Dogs,
4 Silver Spoons,
1 Lot Knives and Forks,
1 Large Pot,
1 Small Tot,
i Grind Stone.
JAM KS A. SANDERS,
Adtn'r with will annex td.
Fall and Winier Stock.
D. J. OT, Agent,
Now has io Store ? Large tod .Careful?
ly ??elected Stock of
Fall and Winter Goods
WHICH HE GUARANTEES AS REPKE
SSNTED, SCCfc A3
CLOTHING-Fine, Medium and Common,
Cloths cad Cassi meres,
Fiat Lot Tweeda,
Gloves and Crt rats,
whirb be pledges himself to tell tow for cash
Oct. 4. -ly-': - \?
Nett 3^^p Goods!
E, H.-Grant* E. R'&rori; Jr.
Funih&^&Jbim Fvrtf&tng Good?,
Witalvg??, ff. o,
-:-:-? ?? .? . ' ? W
SUMTER BOOS ?T0Il?,
i I ai tts:
The attention of the Ladies is
.^led to my stock of
which in quality and style is
In Great Variety.
AND CASSLMERESr .
at all prices.
SHEETINGS, LONG CLOTHS,
PAM ASKS, TOWLING,
at vcr}r low pricer.
A Large and Full Stock of
which will bo disposed of
LOW FOR CASU, AT
A. A. SOLOMONS,
CORNER MAIN ASP LIBERTY STS.
The State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OP SUMTER.
COURT OP COMMON PLEAS.
. James B. Branson. }
Dailey B. Hedge, Richard. *
Davis and Angelina, bis f
Wife, , Ar:bur Harrrn, r Copy Summons.
Brans' Ilodgo and Mir?
ths, bi? wire, Robert Fort,
Elia* Fort, Judeen G wy LD,
ead Hartwell Gwynn- .
TO TUE DEFENDANTS, Da'dTcy E. Hodge,
Richard Davis, and Anje?na his wife, Arthur
Karvin. Evans Rodge and Martha bi? wife.
Robert Fort, Elias Fort, Judson Gwynn and
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED ?nd re?
quired tn answer tba complaiat ia this aetien,
?hieb is lied ia the ofiee o fJbeXierlc of Common
Pleas, fer tie said Cowa ty, < ead'to serve a copy
nf-yeor answer t<* the. fifi wmplwint on the
sabscr?bersat their office,-In rear ?f *?et Hoaee
ia. the Te#o of Sam ter, within twenty days after
theecrviee hereof, exci?*i?**f thfcday?/.??eh
servite; and sf yo? far! te tsnrbwthewWrtflarBl
within- rh? shae M| UsepUiertf fo rbi?
action, witt apply ?a'fha Cowrt fo? the ro?ef da
taaaded fa (Jte.c^Bspktiot,
ZLASVUti aV RICHARDSON
," Plaintiffs Attorney?* -
the office of the tJisrk ornbe Coori of ' CoafeAr
MISS E. JD* 7\ R I T T O 3$f.
TVcspcetfuliy in vites bet friends ?nd the com
X\J nwalty at large to call and examina -her
Beautiful Stock ot
Millinery aird Fancy Goods
F A L L ? ND WIK TKR.
. T^rfi?g M?7*foiXjj "teJecteiTher "goo3s Wltb.'
v cafe, and tbVstock", being larger than "
?S. ever before, she can nof fail to
please th??o-wao will giro hera
, Sba. design? baring a ? ?
S r>'e ? 1 alDay
. ON WHICH TO - - ?V
DISPTiAT THE FASHIONS,
The Ladies particular!j are invited to attend
?^iiiiig, Coiimencijig 11th Oct.
whon tbe Goods and Fashions will ba displayed
Harrng- supplied herself with Pa?tefws from
Enttcriek, of New York, dresses ww ill bo made or
cut and fitted to order as persons may desire.
Also Patterns will be kepi pn hand for .sale,
such ss BASQUE, OVEK SKIRTS, GORED
SKIRTS, UR Ul UER PATTERN'S.
Oct 4- _2m
. Bacon, Lard,
And all Fan?ty and Plantation Supplies.
Bologna Sausage,*Beei Tongues.
Candie*. Nats, Raisins, Citron, Curraats,
Jellie?, i'icklo.*, Canned Goods,
GUAVA Jtlly, Ac., Ac.
5,000 FINE SEGARS !
I>arg9 assortaient of LAMPS and FIXINGS,
Burners, Chimneys, So fe ty Tithes, tte.
Can't fail to plea?? and suit you.
FAMILY WEAKLY SUPPLIES, dclirared
in any part of towu FREE OF CHARGE.
COTTON PURCHASED AT HIGHEST
MARKET l'KK E, OR SHIPPED AND i
CASH VALUE ADVANCED.
DONT FOR G FA TO CALL IN.
J. Ni SPAAN, AGEYF,
DGPOSJTS OF OSE LOLL Ali AA'D UP?
WARDS P. Et El Y ED.
Interest allowed at th? rate of Seven per ennt.
per annum on Certificates
of Depo?it, and Six per cent, on SAVINGS
COMPOUNDED EVERY SIX MONTHS.
WM. MARTIN. President.
JOHN B. PALMER. I v: r..,:a.nf.
JOIIN P. TH Oil As! >
. G. RR KXIZER. Cnshier.
JolIN C T.. >M ITU, Assistant Cashier.
J. W. DARGAN, Assistau: Cashier at sumter.
Local Finance. Committee nt Sumter.
J. T. SOLOMONS, f J S. RICHARDSON
L. <i. PATE, IT. B. FRASER.
Th"- \* a Homo IcMitutir-n and niPrits th?
pnir.n-age ol tho people of the Stat?-at the
lane timo a iafe place fi- deposit* tbeir money,
which can be withdrawn nheneve needed.
Geceral Banking Business d're. Hem? and
Foreign Check* Bought and
Sold. Old Ujck Bills, Dilapidated Currency and
Revenue Stamps for Sale.
Eunhlnq Ilottrs Jri>m 9 o'clock, A. JP
tv 'A F. M., on i every Saturday after?
noon, from ?> to 7 o'clock
A Full Lino
For Sale Low ?rowt?,
THE CITIZEN'S SAVING BANK WILL
ADVANCE TWO-THIRDS . f t!:o val.ie <-f
COTTON, to bc shipped thnagh them either to
Chariest' n or Ncrr Y?rk. and Lvld the Cotton as
long al shippers mar desire.
Apply to J. W. DARGAN,
.. Aa'l Carhier.
* MONEY SAVED
TJy-depositing it to the Sating* B?r.k at Siur*,< r.
Now iii fha ?imo in put som? aiWe ??t bar J fUa?s.
CatLAad gat ctrenl.irs.-Ac
HONKY SAVED Li MONEY Mr* TS.
, gent li_, . , _jt
Tile- TlWroiiigli -Bred ; SteUlion^
, Wirfst*?* ttedtafiald -IWsisijs??rm, .46 .tba
At^l*at?VRo:td,fonr ntfleV bVuw
. BEGS; LEAVE TO AM0forC& T?AT HE. HAS LAID IN HIS
Pall Siipply of Ch>od fie Ofer? at Attractive Prie
riitr. J i 'Mk?^ ? "?rblTE;-A LARGE STOCK ! OF
Full Sto?k o? Shoes,
? . i * -.1, .-. J . , , -~ 1 I- 1
D?tY GOCpg ?OF-.- ALL ? DESCRIPTIONS,
.iPwij^i?s, stable -and Dress Goods.
Of the latter he has cndeavorerirf? select wi^th that taste which has been displayed for tho
last fifteen years to the approbation of the.Sumter Public.
His customers, will ?n?l at his Store all their wants supplied at the LOWEST PRICES,
mm? jfwid 1 ci ?To ois sra OP m%
% - WHICH IS THE LARGEST IN THE MARKET.
Good Butter at--eis.. Hams, Canned Fruits.
GINGEE PRESERVES. AND FANfiY.GROCERIES GENERALLY,
ANOTHER LOT OF TEN CENTS CHEESE EXPECTED IN A FEW DAYS.
Coll and examine his stock and realize all your expectations in regard to Cheap Goori?.
He also takes this method of informing his friends that his store will be closed on thc 25th
inst,,, in cosuequence of Its being a Holiday.
J. T. SOLOMONS.
FRESn A XI) I URE
DRUGS, 31 ED IC I NES.
A L WA YS ON RAND.
PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED . WITH CARE
AT ALL HOURS.
mi. A. J. CHINA,
Druggist and Apotiwcary,
SUMTER, S. C.
INVITES A MENTION TO HIS LARGE AND
WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
Glass Ware, etc, etc.
PRU il* MODERATE FOB CASH.
The Prescription Department
RECEIVES ESPECIAL ATTEST ION.
CAKE AND ACCURACY GUARANTEED.
THE FI KM OF
RUSSELL & ?ARD,
j ?}\. i ECTF?LLT INFORM THEIR
i Friend? ?nd th* public^ that they ara coe* lastly
Of th? J>st Quality, arid all Articles
c<u.illy found in a Drag Store.
Th? bs.-5nc?s <vf the Hooso, ..orrrprUing
r/ir.i tey and Pmcr?p'ion Staiuf,
n ; t> under thc ?per-tai charin ?if Majar J. R
it I" ELL who brin ~J r<? hr, aid ar? rcpertenca o!
Elli M I KEN XJSAR?in tit? ch?-ruca! com bit) a
Prompt nn<i esrafal att?cl?M bo giren tr
Prrj-rriptiuoa, ar.d Mediciae* tot 'he >.ime cat
l>c rei ia? I on .?? pure ?nd ot" thc bott quality.
DUI li STOKE, CORNER OF
Main and Republican Streets.
Fob S2_ . ?f
rt^HE PLANTATION on a*!** tba a*tk*
X a?-* rira it.?, ?ituat.xi S rn?ee" norti
t,f Somtar, and c?ntai?lrt^
AFC Unwired and Far y Arre$t
135 de*rad and fenced, and t>e raft h caril j
inhered. ".On tja* placo is a. I)MUB>4MM ?XK?I
1-rg ??'J arcetaarr e)atKi?Ti?r?R*
i ur tem? appiy ta Watch RMI, GSce. Or t<
,SapttS.-?^ ;RUSES S L. BROWN.
Good Writing Paper
SUMTER BOOK STORE,
Dancy, Hyman & Co.,
COTTON FACTORS & CHUM' MERCR.L??8,
142 PEARL STREET, KEW YORK.
AND GENERAL AGENTS FOR
The < Gooch" Cotton Tie.
The Strongest and most Easily Adjusted Cotton
Tie in the Market.
For Sale in Sumter by GREEN", WALSH & CO.
' Sept 6 Cm
Tiios. T, U|xsbar9s Sion
MAIX? RE PU BL IC A X S TREE 1
SUMTER, S. C.
TUE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFUL!
announces to tho poblic, that ho ht-;
?tore, and will be constantly receiving, a tar
and varied assortment of
S*iit'ib<r for Plantation, and Fttmdy w
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
will be allowed Merchants, and they are special
invited to call and exacrioe bis Stock, and thi
will Cud that his business facilities enable bim
supply them with goods
AS CHEAP AS THEY CAA* BW TIIE
in any N-rfhrrn or Southern Market. Como ai
sea for yourselves, au ocular demonstration
. Highest Market Fria
paid for Cotton.
AND THREE FOURTHS OF THE VALU
j CASH, will be advanced, on all Cotton Shippt
. to the il'Mi?e io llaliimoro 'or which he i? ?gen
j and it will Lo held over if <le?ired. Ho will ma)
j a speciality o'
Corn, Bacon and Flour
which he is prepared to furnish in atty qoantit
Customers and Families purchasin
their supples at 07 establishment, can liai
thfra delivered freo of charge, at their residene?
within tho I;:n*t.? of tho town.
BAGGING AND TIES
AT LOW RATES.
TnE COTTON FOOD FERTILIZER, guaran
teed to prn'tace as mach a? Petar?an Guam
I pound f?r pound, acre produce.
A t ao
SELL'S SI PER PHOSPHATE, a eapiul Fat
tiltzer, always on hand.
?fr" Country Produce taken ia eschenf
> THOS. T. UPSHUR, Ja.
S.:Rl;BS, ROSES, EVKRUKKKS?
Flowering Piant?, Bii?bs, FJowci
SttJ?l?,&0 , ?o.
' AUGUSTA. GA.
J. W. DARGAN, Agent,
i ?* 2 ? ' ? -
<^U?og*ie will be mailed free to any person!
. desiring to parrHsee. AH orders from this com.
v rem a i ly 'hqald bo aeoded to me,
J. W. DARGAN;
SepHS-tf, . , . At tba Bank.
.^Neatry ex?c?&d at . this Office.
HOYT & FOLSOM,
WATCHMAKERS ANO JEWELERS,
M A IX STREET, SUMTER, S. C.
VTTE. t'nr)nri'Tcr?i^nC'l. bs'-?n- (V?nola <*'
*F f.artoershrp, on the 5th Jane. IsTI. nn?ki
th? name and ?ty?c af HOYT 4 FOLSOM. w<mM
respectfully announce tSc rnl of Sumter.
a?d the adjoining coudie?, th?t wc are n<nv pr.- .
pared ta ex?cate ali work entrusted to us wit!:
promptness, ?nd in a workmanlike m.inn-r.
Oi. n STOCK will embrace thc latent stjks of
LAHES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
All of which will be to'd at th? lo.ie?t ca>i>
F. H. FOLSOM,
At Hort'? Old Staid Vnim Stree?.
/.^The aniline DIAMOND SPECTACLES.
m??>ifncfrm>d hy J. EL SPKKCEtt Jt Co., Xe?
York, alway? on han.i.
HE undersigned barine j??t received a fit o
1 lot Of
3 PREPARED TO ETRNISn
MoaTunental & Cemetery Work,
of all kind?
in a moaner tbnt will eorr? :ir<? f?vnraMj with
try w<r!c in hi? lin?1. Baaioft r.^circd .i liberal
Tiatr-inaffO heretof.ir?. he e ui'-ii--? tn invite ?I!
wb" m?y b* de?:ruua of any rh >i? fi his lia* *??
gire bira a call.
Hedcfkt? roTf'pettti^ in p'i ?*.
?ff*r* P- ?r?c*l/ no w rk .1 frere*) in tb" fuforr
until paid lor.
V. P. S.V1T?I.
Central Sail Eoad Co?
?m?vv'm^ y Stv-f " 'w LV!ML1
CTTARLESTOX, S. f . >., '. 2:.
T?TE THIRTEENTH FX PALVEST OF
TEN DOLLARS PE? -BARE, vii h
payable on ?lst Oct. pr-ximo.
Ia Chartett-.n-at thc otScc af the ?\.n.?-??ny.
No Tn Br?ad ?t?r -r.
In S.Mnt^r-To Col. JA MK* T> BUNI INO
In ?lanni-?-To Dr. ?:. Ai -- KN Hl??J ??NS.
UM. IL PJ!KO>Xb.vl. Tr.aM.rer.