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Indebted to the Sumter Watchman, ixe
flbW'calteo^l^ 1 ??ke
payaient, ?oager indulgence cannot be
vince. \ye b^*iW:.frieo<?ato??mc?
-Sad*iftift WeV rai^daS-tflil tire wonder g??w
rt?bbe'?fB?a?beau'ebal* ?fry'aH be kee*:"
. . . - - [Goldmitk.
And'as they took'vthrough the clo?? ly
packed, sh elves of the Sumter Bo ok
Store, visitors "wonder" that one amitll
loocern can,h,oid_80;mncb..- HT
I?-The Syno4 of Sooth Caro?iaa
will meet io-/the F^efl^be/vaq ^QvWb,
in this place, to-day, at 7 P. M. The
opening:; wt ru m ?mili' .be-, prece h ed . by
tie Rev\?>??wf?**.' Tb4?Se8sipDs;bf
the'SjtrtJd ? ynjff? '?p?n, ' the ^seats *?n
tis Church if ee, - oad> the public are
invited to attend,...,,..,.;" .,,,"., ;<?' ! I
.. . ..-M ? - tDii??!-? n ? t \'.".". ,'
' t&* The ladies of Mrap?b Charca,
Privateer, will accept, oar thanks, for
their kind remembrance in bending as
cake, from the entertainment -held hy
them on Thursday, 9th inst. ?
eg^. E. W.'MOISE, Esq., of our town
ha? received the appointmcnl'?'f ?otary
Accidents )a WjUlamsbcrs.
From tba Kwgitree Star ot the Sih
we learn that Mr. ttf: Di ; Woods was
thrown frota a mole recently and dud
from the effects of the-injuries received
hi two of thftfe' flays." * 'And that ' Mr.
Charle? Lesesne was . accidentally shot
and seriously woooded a short ti cae
?ince while on a hunting excursion io
Woffbrd Cbllece. ' * jj
It will U gratify?og^o'?h?-MerfaV?f |
this noble institution of learning to
LBOW tbat the Collegiate'y^ar, begionijig
Tb'OrJtoW laST.,opeired ander ?iisp?erous
circumstances. About 130 students are
io attendance, ABC thc financial schemes
put on foor for thc endowment and aid in
th? support of the College promise? bot?
ter financial basis for the future. This is
the report made by Dr. SIIIPP, ts
able aud devoted President, during bis
recent visit to Macon Ga. Let tie
friends of Wofford take fresh courage.
If they do their duty, so eminently use?
ful au institution cannot long continue
to languish from want of adequate
Our community, in its midst and con?
nections, has recently been deeply sad?
dened by a succession of deaths.
First came a telegram from Florida,
which told us that Mr. W. PRIESTLY
Cf'i.rr.oucil had breathed his InBt. This
sad intelligence bore with it a shock as
well, inasaiuch os he had but recen: ly
left Sumter, on his return borne from a
somewhat extended Northern and West?
ern tour, enjoying apparently improved
health. We kucw him well, and prized
tits Iriefldiiln'p Tjuch. Uuusaully genial
in spirits aud amiable, he was grea.ly
beloved and admired by a large cirole
of relatives and friends.
' y ext was'the^affifetive announcement
of the death of Mr. ?Tui.ius C. MCLAU
BIN, at his home near Stateburg-a
young mao of high and sterling chanc?
ier, ?wd of much promise as a useful cit
i reo. Ile had suffered long, and pa?
tiently, amidst the devoted attention ot
friends, and the tender ministrations
that affection could bestow. But he
was called from earth away to his heav >n
!y reward, and his sorrowing %urviviog
d?ar ones have a good hone.
Again the sad tale of death went fr Dm
lip to lip. And now an estimable h dy
goes through long deep waters of bodi?
ly affliction to the sweet rest of beavan
-the pious widow of the laie Col. G.
S. C. DESCHAMPS. Here indeed is i he
loss of the living thc immeasurable g*in
ot the departed, and a whole comtru
nity extends its sympathy.
Still again comes to relatives here
the painful sears from Mississippi that
Mr. FB/fcpqis G< SPANK is DO ?ore.
In early life he espoused the cause of
Christ, and many year? ago, although
in his youth, filled a deacon's office in
the Presbyterian Church of this place
And thus is repeated to as 'he id
monition : "Be ye also ready"
Have Ton been eoo&aad to hospital for years
and lot' all hope of ev?r- get tin g -?rel I,' no mi.tier
bpw-bad your ea*? tbay bef f- Should it tome
Bade/ lilt of eye?' effected-' by Dr, RicW
Golden; Kerned*?, obuie them ?t oae?; yoe w ll
find immediate improreaaeot ead a radical core.
Thousand eeo testify to cbeir eflesey, and am to?
day firing proof of their merit
"There 1? not a drop of h umbog in an ??en
of Darby'? Prophylactic Plaid." Thia is the em ?
ph; ie declaration of the distinguished Col. W.
P. Sanford, of Ala., after be bsd tried ead prc red
tbe virtues of tbat wonderful *??&t.
Are yon suffering ta aay way from aa lairing a.
Bent of tb? njpral- law? Do y cu know tb?
.eriout rasait of sada? attention in suf b, seta* f
De yo* wieb Wfjrbld )b**,tf*b eeo. -,v4 ?f. Dr.
Rielase' Qolo>c Bemediei/ and jfldge ?hjcj,. 0f
fhese raJosble Specific? yon reouira.
The Samur iook Store U now opening
?Sy The Sum ter Book Store < keeps elegant
jjar- Trre Sam ti} Bbc* Store Wall books for
white andcoTore3 ech?? ls. " *A*4
S?t- The Sumter F .ok Store keeps - F?o?oV?
splendid History ot England.:'
The 8-.mter Book 8tore has every variety
of Paper, Pens'ind I lk.
Cigars and Tobacco.
JP?- The Sumter Book Store'' fibB Violin
strings, Violins and Accordion?. .'. ?"
The Sumter Kook Store is determined to
establish itee'f. .'.!,'.
pat-. The Sumter Book.Store keeps fine gilt
edged, clasped Bible?,for presents.
Tba Sumter Book Store ba? Diaries and
$?r The Sumter Book Store has ever so many
j beautiful Fancy Articles.
gS* Thc Sumter Book Store in vitese;rerybody
te vjsit it,
TnOS. E. GILBERT,
.Tia nu fact u ri us K ut? rp rise In Charlee-1
' ? ton. ?...??
Charleston is fast becoming a manafjict aring as
wallas a con.tnercial city.. The largest teena f?n,
tory of doors, sashes, blinds, kcn ie'this South?
ern States is (hat of Mr. P. P. TOALS, on
Horlbeck's Wharf in that city, sales room nt
No. 20-Hay no. street, Mr. TOAUS'S advertise?
ment appears in another column.
Tte Governmental Instructors
THE GOVERNMENTAL INSTRUCTOR.-A |
brief ?itid comprehensive view of the Govern?
ment of thc United State?, and of tbe Slate
Governments. Designed for tbe ase of Schools.
By J. B. SitURTLKrr. Third Revised cdkion,
by DAVID N. CAMP. 12mo. Price 75 cent?.
The book gires briefly tbe extent, discovery, I
the conquest, the sett lernen ts of our country ; tbe
origin of tbe Revolution, ocr Congress, ind our
laws ; defines the purposes ?nd powers of "our
Government, nr.d tbe Houses of Congress ; end,;
in short, comprehendsr that information af the
government of tbe country so noces wry for every
It ?res very well received on its publication
ntid adopted as a, test book in many schools.
Hon. A. G. CURTIS, at that time Superintendent
of Education of 'i'ensfylvania, . wrote to the
author : "I com id tr it a clear and well digested
exposition of the rnn'chincry and fundumenUl
principles of oar repuiliean form of government;
and am persuaded that it must spcedly work its
ray. into public favor, ns a publication of praeti
cal merit and permanent vnlue. ?All citizens
young men especially-who wish to understand
the general character and scope of the govern,
tuent unker <hrch weiive, ev j Ll* fiad th?aja book;
of inferert-aed hrrpeetune*.- a 'se^b'^trfoV and aj
reliable monitor. A? a Beading Book tn thc
Common Schools, for pupils of sufficiently ma?
ture age to comprehend and profit by its tcadV-;
ings. it would be invaluable, and 'I have" bo.
hesitation in indorsing its availability and useful?
This edition bas beca revt.-ed by lion.- Dawn
N. CAMP, jlate Superintendent of Common
Schools of Connecticut), who writes fenn New
Britain, July ld, IS71 : "The .Governmental
Instructor* which you placed in tny hands I have
carefully revised, bringing the data down err
rect to thc present, time. In its revised form : it j
will bc found a valuable aid in school instrae
tion. It contains a large amount of important J
information < o *-bje-:ts indirpcnsable to thc
youth of our country."
TltE undersigned having jost received elfin
S PREPARED TO FURNISH
Monumental & Cemetery Work,
of all kind? *
tn najrinncr that will compare favorably wrib
any work in his line. Having received a liberal
patronage heretofore, b? eoetiuaes to' invite all
wb<> may be desirous of any thing in bis liue to
give Irl ra a cell.
Ile d?fias comp?tition, in. pri?es.
p?9* Positively "tro tront delivered in the future
until paid for.
..... W. P. SMITH.
June 14 -
C L 0 ITH IN G ,
Fall and Winter Stock.
D. J. WINN, Agent,
Now has io Store a Large and Careful?
ly selected Stock of
Fall and Winter Goods
WHICH HE GUARANTEES AS REPRE?
SENTED, SUCH AS
CLOTTIINO-Fine, Medium and Common
Cloths and Ctfssiuierei,
Fine Lot Tweeds,
Gloves and Cravats, *
Socks, i- .
j which be pledges himself to sell.lew for easb
II O YT & FOLSOM,
WATCHMAK E AND JEWELERS,
MAIS STREET, SUMTER, S. C
WE, the tandersigaed, having fm med a eo
partaersbip, OB the ?tb June. 1871, ender
tba nam? and style of HOYT A FOLSOM, ?maid
respectfully announce '.o tba public of Sumter,
aaa tbe adjoining coeaiies, that wa are BOW pe?
pi red to ext cute all work entrusted to es with
promptness, ead in a workmanlike manner.
OUR STOCK will embrace the latest ?tyUs of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
All of which will be ?old at tb? lowest cash
price*. ' ? .. ._
7. F. H. FOLSOM,
At Hoyt's Old Stand Main Street. .
.saQaetaraertyWl. 8r?ft& * CO., Ne*
BLISS, KEENE A CO'S Fluid Extract,- ,
Th? wonderful remedy for Cancer, Syphilis,
Scrofula, Ulcers, Pulmonary Co ID plain Umfielt
Rheum, and all Chronic Blood Disease* ?slpro-'
parM?m (he Genuine CundurangoJ&Trk^. fVfl*V
Lq^^^oj^^tec^re^by the ^a-^^^e*oTTfrT
by tfielutbor orV.-JFaReie Aylmer,"<Syo.
paper, foui ?inttreilenj.^ Price ll} cloth ?1,50
l??< a eff?of tba Suttih.- thirty years ago,
and the s-eue is laid entirely in that region;
The Roving authoress, who is a lady of North
Carolina,* hajjjn her second tf?rt f reproved npou
the first Sent Treeby ?mi?," to any address, en
the receipt of the price.' *w '
Ij.^APPL.EXON.AJP fcPublishers, Vtjt Yorkv
. '. ?.t. .pwtr of sopero
Frenen Oft Obremos-subject* L?FB SI^E,-ex?
quisite fae similes of original Oil Paintings,
OIVRNAWrlY to every subscriber to ' .
' ' RENST iv AHB BEECHER'S '
GREAT L?T BRA'RV, R ?LIG IO US, WEEKL?'
ii E VS P A VE. R. . Agents ? ba-ri og great -access ;
One tool- i;000 names*!-! -3 mon tbs : another 672
in 35 days ; another 118 tn one week one 47 tn
one day, ard .Bttry?tberw'#q?slly well; aia"kt?tg
from $5 and $10 to $10 per day. Takes on sight !
An pli ngelit. whe knows, .say* : i vi think ?ii tbb
best business for can rassers ever offered. Sorry I
did not ene age sooner/' Pays better than-any
book agency. A rare chance to make money.
LOCAL. A?iE?T?8 RANTED. ]
Intelligent men and women wanted everywhere*
IftjKro-?ish t?odrt?rritoryrs,e?."i eartjluteh-eolarf
atidteTmtf'/:*rr.FT)RI) t~?0.. 27T>ar1( PTacV,'
New York ; ll Bromfield St.; Bostpo, ?a*sss ; MS
West Madison St.. Chicago, Ul. _'
TT V ?Xi?.li? LT tine is offered free de?
ring tie coming year to every subscriber of Mer?
ry's Museum, the Toledo Binde, .Pemerov's Demo?
crat,etc. 2?52 SSS?5a>??SS SSS
which is an evidence of TtFworth and popularity.
H^fraee^JreeJey^Jarr^^ Til ton,
Gail Hamilton,' etc., write for every number.
Jn clubbing, it offers three first-class periodicals
for the price of one ?if them. A variety of prem?
iums on equally liberal terms. It is an origin ni,
8j|st^cUm^Mngjmne. Volume X begins with
I 3an7^7z" "TTrefM?pecimen eppier free. Addntas
! S. 8. WOOD. Uewbu-gn, "N. V.' " : '
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THE n$ mMmM
? .The-."$istesy j t tae.War Sefcween ' Franc* a'ud
German*, earl reeinayalse PwY#t-/rcVr ?be ' Qoirv
mune. 150 ?li ?tatioos ; 642 pnpnn price, $?6&
50,000 exp?es>Iri?dj,'sold. Tbb o?ty>?aWI?l?
work., Nptbfoa; eaealj it tp sgl.1, Making.W,'>5o
?W}*E$V ^?fc ittJ^.I?^r?iisb and German.
Terms unequaled. Outfit $1.25. Address If. 5".
GQODSPKED A CO.. 37 Park Row. New York.
^'irTl,73!fcB'l?J s<,Heited br M CNN .r<?r~
\Jk\I I S'il P?M??rtewSWea(i}fc Amer?.
lil I H" lil Kl e.?.., 37 PiflK ,h?w, N. X.
- Texaby-fisa yearf-experience. -:
Pamphlets containing Patent/Laws, with full
directions hcW to obtain Patent's free.
A bound volume of 118 pages, containing :lic
New Census by counties and ell large cities. -MO
Engravings of Mechanical 'Movements; Patent
Laws and rules for obtaining Patents, mai! td
on receipt of 25 cents.
THE HARRISBURG FAMILY CORNSIIEL
1er-Co. want Agents to sell their Family Corn
shelters. Best invention of the kidd. Se'.ls at
sight. Profits large. For circulars.' "address ED
?ENE S*Yv?BKi'TJrea*orer,- Lock Box 9, Har?
risburg. Pa. b* -. ? *~ ' '
AT G KN-^3 W-ANTED.-Agents trmltt.BKre
il mo'riey'at work for'?s than nt anything e!;re.
BusineesJight and .permanent. Particulars fhie.
G.STIMOK A Confine Art Publishers. Portland,
A MCNTII! H-?rse furnished. Rx
V^*r*J penypg paid. II. B. SHAW, Alfred, M e.
AVOID QUACKS.-A victim of early indis?
cretion, causing nervous debility, prema?
ture decay, etc., having tried in vain every ad?
versed remedy, bas discovered a simple means
Of self cure, which he wiH seiid to bis fellow
sufferers. Address J. ?. . WEVJtfr 78 Nassau
st-^N. y.- ft s3i.;.-. :. V . - -
And all Family ?nd Plantation Supplies.
Bologna Sausage/jBeef Tongues.
Candies. Nuts, Raisins, Citron, Currants;
Jelfjes. pickles, ?smne* ti.?dg,
. WAVA eUlre, *Ae., Ae. - ?
5,000 PINE SEGARS *
Large assortment of ? LAMPS and FIXINGS,
Bnrnert, ' Chtvwrys, Safety Tab*?, <bc.
Can't fail to please and snit yon.
FAMILY WEEKLY SUPPLIES, delivered
in any part of town PREK OF CHARGE.
COTTON PURCHASED AT HIGHEST
MARKET PRICE. OR SHIPPED ANi i
CASU VALUE ADVANCED.
DONT FOR G El TO CALL IX.
J. rt SNlWi AGEXT,
Octa ..; _. ,
O P ?3 SF I 3V Gr
Millinery a)od Fancy Goods
MISS E. De BRITTOS,
Respeetfo'.ly invites lier friends ead the com?
munity at large to call and examine bei
Beautiful Stock of
Millinery and Fancy Goods
. HaviBg personally ?sleeted ber goods with
cars, and tba stock being larger than
ever before, abe ea a aol fail te
please those who will give bar a
Sbe designs having a
ON WHICH TO
DISPLAY TH S3 FASHIONS,
The Ladies particularly ara la rited to attend
Opening, Commencing 11th Oct
when tae Goods and Fasbiocs will be displayed
Having etrppfied nefeafTwTtn Pat terni from
Bdttarrek', bf Ne* Tent, drtsses win be mad?'?i
eat ahfl fitted to erdet a? perxohs may desJM. '
Also P?tterns wilt be feept on band for sile,
soeb es BASQUE, OVPK SKIRTS, GORSE
SKIRTS,OE OfBER PATTERNS.
? ' '_^_3??.
Neatly executed at tilia Oficx?.
.ri ? es s&a
j sr G K?CK KI ES I
Tb^ |,;LV%r's Store,
: -M?JX4 R&j$&L TCA*k$ TREE TS
; rpim TIND?M^WNED RESPECTFULLY
? X ?Mntince?Y to (?be public, ib.it b*)Aas in
J?^NJU^iUv-b?:'?istJiri!lr receiving, \ferge
Suitable for PjMt]?ttonqnd Ftrni?y One.
^:QUANfr^iE? s^nlror-^^nSs, BY
? HJJNPBRI) W2JG?T, trruf ards.
BACON-CR. S. Smoked, Ile. Unsmolred 10*.
FLOUR-per bbl. $7@$11,.
COFFEE-?Tata, 35. Log?ayra, St). Rio, 2*.
. SALT-per rack, $2.25.
1 8U?AR-Brown, 10J@1 ft. Crusbed, 17.
CORN-(Baltimore) $1.25. Hoffle rawed, $1:00.
GOSlfEN BUTTER-Best Ste. .
BAGGINQ~2t lbs to (fte yard", 26e;
' . ? LlBEBAt; P?SCO?5T.'
will be allowed Merchants, and they are specially
?invited to call abd esair?ne bis- -Stock, and they
will find that bis business facilities enable bim to
supply them with goods '
AS CHEAP. AS THEY CAA' BUY THEM
in any Northern or Southern Mnrket. Come and
- ire foryonnelves; an ocular demonstration is
the Best. . - S1 - . - -i
ffigheslr Market " Price
. paid for Cotton.
AND THREE FOURTHS OF.THE. VALUE
CASH, will be advanced, on all'Cotton Shipped
to the House in Baltimore los wu ich ba is agent,
and it will be held over. Li desired., He will make
a speciality of
Corn, Bacon and Flour,
which he is prepared to furnish in any quantity
p&- Customers and. Families purchasing
their supplies at my establishment, can bave
them delivered free of charge, at their residences
within the limits of tho town.
BAGGING AND TIES,
AT LOW RATES.
?S" Country Produce taken in exchange
THOS. T. UPSHUR?JB.
iU'li'e-C^rf F.ar AgWoo?iu^? Association Jre
. INV1TE1> - .
i \tf> look In at',;tna SIQN 'OF TJIE .
.,/.-. ? . M? 41 IJartcet Sfrzetr. ' ' .,
WHERE TILEY WILL FIND THE CHOICEST
^, SELECTIONS OF
Dress Boots and Shoes,
r? I N T U K C I T Y.
> The "jBest Assortment of/
Blisses and Boys fUio.es
V<i . Bvery Silo and Qua'lilr^of
BLUE, PINK, BRONZE, WHITE
KM ClirfeteHing Slippers,
jt^We a/er ?,'so prepared ny furnish
Plantation;Supplies in ?ur.Liru?.
The Best Brodau, (ur the Least yi?t??j.
Ghetip Ba?ffl'?ralspTor tro?sch. ?/??
.?t?nf Kip' 'Boot?.: *:1 .
Anything ta the -Boo4 -and Sk ne Lior
you cao Sud at"the '.
SIG?? ?F THE BIG 13?OT,
No. 41 Market Street.
Quality Gii<ir?t,tced and
- ? rices ?^o^W^i ?g
Don't Forget ?o. 41 ' M ?UK ET S$,
SJf?X OF THE. BIO ?QO.T. .
Successors to G. & C lira iley,
' Nov S . 2t
- rf - -o. ?? n ? ?.- ry
'DiTP?SlTS OF~?\EJDOrt*tt *#*tt- uh
W Alt US RECEIVED.
Interest allowed at tie rate of Sc vee . per e?nt.
per annum on Certificates ?
of Deposit, and Sis per cent, on SAVINGS.
COMPOUNDED EVERY SIX MOJKB.8.
WM. MARTIN. President.
?UHN B. PALMER, I y. PntiitmU
-JOHN P. THOMAS. J X ,c? 1 reilJe?"
. 0. UR EXIZER, Cashier.
J0HJL.C/B. SMITH. At-sistant Cashier. ,
J. W. DARGAN, Assurant Cashier at Samtsr.
I/ortd Frnanre Coitwnttee'at Sfinter*
SOLOMONS, (J S. RICHARDSON
h. O. PATE, IT. B. FRASER. !
This is a lTonte Institution and merits tbe
^txuaaga juf tb?. Baas Ie of tba,Stat?-at the
seise lisse a safe place v< deposite their money,
wbiea caa ba withdrawn wbeneve needed.
General Banking Business dooe. Hom? and
Foreign Checks Bought and
Sold. Old Bank ?Hts, Dilapidated Carreuey and
- m fetid purchased. .. ? .
Revenue Stamps for Sal?.
Eahkinq I/ours /rc-wt 9 o'clock, A. li?
fo 3 /'. M., an t ferry Suliinltiy after.
fr.onffr(M %' to To'ehrte
B. R. NASH. P. X- DUKIN.
NASH & DUL3N.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO,
of different grades.
SUMTER, 8. G.
ALSO K?*r- a ecuD OOPPLT er
North Carolina Pye arni Corn Wli?iirs,
AND PEACH AND APPLE BRANDI?8,
GROCERIES, LIQUORS; te.
Tohaaeo at wbelas.il? furnished at Manarte-*
tater's pri?es. Co?atry Merchants wilt dd well
tis; call and examine our stVx-k. All orders
promptly executed wi eu acevtapanicj. with tb?
ea sb. '? . :
The easton, of my old friends, whom, X bat?
furnished bj wagoo lb.? severe! years,'ls respect*
TO THE , P UB LIC.
X bia 'Wat* Rotrm',* an* having- lately put*
eba sod a larg? s tock of ....j .
would respectfully invite bia friends and custo?
mers to par bim s visit, and jee what ht.ean.do
in tho w*y ofaujiplying thaua with such articles
aa wjt ia bi? lae. . > ? i k' fei ? ? w . -
He has nuwon band alarga supply of Tarions
styles of Furnitur?.
Kladow $*ades?Picture Pttses,
??30k?Bg GJ?sses, kt., ;
ami il cotofaatfy rfceefvmg additions to his ttrick.
Wi'! order anything which tuny, not be on band
to'salt the wants or taute of bis -easterner*.' '
. He-continues to manufacture any kiasjto?
Farnitare ordered. All repairing done at short
loties, and will Ra Cane Chairs ofall kind? in
Special attention giren to all orders in Uphol?
stering and Mattress Making aa specialities bf
- Coffins of kl! kinds kept on hind, and prompt
personal attention gives te orders fer Fanerais.
In all bis business transactions be will adhere
?ti icily to the rule of "Small profits fur Cash,"
aadbones by bit attention and promptness to
; receive a share of peblie patronage.
. ' Persons needing anything ic bis line of busi?
ness, will do well to call and examine fer them?
selves before purchasing elsewhere.
J. D. CRAIG?
Corner Main and Canal Streets,
Next above Clark's Hotel.
R, 0, SHIVER & CO,,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
ARE now prepared to receive ordcri for
DRESS-MAKING, and bare the same
dose with despatch and in the
Tip of the Fashion.
They bare secured tba services and superin?
Bliss Annie Wittvogel,
One year from Paris, and employ nona but tba
bul bunds. We guarantee everything we do to
t uiafy. ;
Golton up at abort notice. Orders solicited,
R. C. S. & CO., dealers in
Millinery and Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
and an endless line of other
R. C. SUIVE*. DAVID JOSES.
Oct U tfj
THE ONLY STRICTLY
Grocery and Liquor House
rp H E UNDERSIGNED, begs leave te
J_ call the attention of bis friends and the
public generally to bU
NEW AND WELL SELECTED
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Which be offers lew for CASH ONLY.
%ojV AU articles warranted as recommended
- pgr Pure Modicinal Liquors kept constantly
J. H. EBERHART.
April ll ' li
Preserve Your Sight !
annfetctnreri nt Sch-ifiit ??;.?, Snit te ria nd.
The superiority of these Great Kyo Preservers
consista in the car-fal >f ai h?matie?) Accuracy
in the construction of tb. Lenses, bring m um
factured of (he R<K>1 White Flint Glass, (tie e??ct
Shape of the Eye,' thus.obviating- all liliintuering
and ?Vavwringof Ehe Sight, Dissinei-. an) ail
the other Train nf Kvils produced by tba ate of
Every one whoso sight 1? failing sniers^an ls
it? ?aloe. Ry boving tmperftict spectacle? you
help ta destroy lt.
BUY TUE BKS7
Buy th* Srhnffhtm**n Sjtrr/nrlr? ?wwi
prenrrt* the Eye?-ic h ic h ure pricelr**.'
FOR SALB BY
?. T. 91A SO Ns
Juno 2* Vf ?f.-r.mskcr A Jo we ter.
TO THE I/AMES.
Fall and Winter Opening.
Misses J. & E. HcElhose,
Have recently rc**iv?<l sai cate?
ad, their new Sty!?? uf
TALIA1S0 WWTEfi MiLL.TiESY,
Selected in New York, ?tn aa
brae i all the
Jt ?TR LT I KS OF THE SEASON.
Their Stock will be f?aad nne
qaalrl in <-h<>tc? and variety, arni w li be .?farad
ai pr ees that cannot fail tu jpmg satisfaction
KI BB ONS. of air Sh*'ie?, an" everything that
esra be fri ead fa a erst alee* Miiiraary eVeaMtsa
LAC P*f ET5, an.l revery ?rt ide io tiki*, lin e.
CHIGNONS, *??, A.saerled aMoriincat.
Call cari? aad examine for yourselves.
* JT? Jt. AleKLfiOSE.
. Sumter. S. C.
?3f All erdtrs fr.m the eoumry es? receive j
Oe* 1?- rf
Would ask fil?
i Friends <
F A Ii I
.. . Ol
THESE GOODS HAYE BE
WILL BE SOLD:
J. E. SUAMES,
TFIE SUBSCRIBER ?tfFORMS TII8
? Friends and Customers that he bas returned
from the North, where he h*s made arrangement J
with the beat Manufactories, to supply him with
?"hieb will facilitate him to give such ad vasta?
ses never before offered ia quality and prices.
My stock embrace* every article ia the Fofal
ture Line. In additt??rwiiib*-io jnd st ?/ es
Ubli!.hiaent, ' - - ** ^?V?j
window tbu^xra&M&QfJ'j} f
Children'sCarrin gesJjLtRifcTuI ftfawvliT
,<ar?ttrtrtea "? Mos? eufivotton,
> MouUlioge Tor plainte frames, which we ..
loakVtn .jt?at?- AUc---'v^1 ) ]
, Picture Co73~?n<TTa?aeIs. J ,
! My ?toe* ?s??Tf?*tnd ?til iisortfeq* ipi ll is
my intention <o keep it always.ia this condition.
Goods ea'refutly packed for shipping and no
?xtra churre. Just received a large assortment
?f LADIES' TRAVELLING TRUNKS.
J.. J2. SUARES,
Kaia Street, aext to C. T. Mason's Watch and
WARE ROOMS UP STAIRS.
? OR SIiiHT.i:j.PRlC?L#S?\t ,;
THE DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured
by J. E. SPENCER A CO., New York, which
are now offered to the public, are pronounced by
al! Ul? calibrated Opticians, of the w?fld4 to be
the most Perfect. Natural Artificial hely to the
human eye e?er knowe. -
They are gnu nd ut der their ow? supervision,
from minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their nama. "Diamond," on account
of their hafdoess ?nd brilliancy. ?
The Kieetifie prineiple oa wh-ch they ara con?
structed briags tbe core or centre ol the lena di?
rectly In froot of the eje, producing a clear und
distinct vision, as in the natural, healthy sight,
aad preventiag all aapleasant sensations, saeh as
glimmering sad waveriag of sight, dissiness, ?c,
peculiar to all others, in use.
They ara mounted in the fi ne it manear in
frang?a of the best quality, of all materials used
for that purpose. Their finish and durability
cann M be surpassed.
CAL-T?OS-None genuine unless bearing their
trad* mark stamped on every frame.
HOYT & FOLSOM,
WATCHMAKERS & it WEIER' .
SUMTER, S. C.
Pecowi ber rf
SUMTE & .
OU may now get, in fia* execution,
Po ce lain Pictures or
Life Site and Cabinet Partraita, colored ia
Water. Oil, or W<*ked is Ink
Special attention, too, is given to copyiag old
Likenesses, and satisfaction guaranteed in every
J. D. WILDER,
Oct ll- _jf_
FES H BEAT RICE.
Ia TIERCES aad BARRELS.
For asia by
ADRIAN ? V?LLERS.
Sept. 10 ......... ti
--r.-r-T~!-PT*->.' >. n
Court of Probate.
rput COURT or PRORATE FOR SUMTER
i COUNT*', will hold ita >*naion^an the first
Monday in each month, from 9 o'clock. A. M .
till 4 o'clock, P. M.. in Ihe ..fife "of ?he Curl of
Probate, In bas eisest of th?- Court Hon??, at
Sumter, and corin ao It? te ??toa thereafter so
long as th? bsfitraas saar require.
C. M. HURST,
Oe* la-It* Ju ge of Probst*.
i attention of th
im EVERY THING IS THE :
S, BOOTS &
r TIDE 53 cfc 3?
?" ALL X?.ZIVX>;
?ENBOUGHT WITH CARE,
O 3FL OJ
r E Y u s.
SHIPPED MI) Cl
. CORSER ???IS
ISA AC A. M'??GE?
. FRESH ANDPURB
DRUGS, >I E D IC I NES.
CHEM IL ACS. PERFIi HERY
A L WA YS ON BAXD.
DESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED WITH CARE
AT ALL HULKS.
DR. A. J? CHINA,
Druggist and Apothecary,
, SUMTER, S. C.
[NVITBS ATTENTION TO IIIS LAROE AND
WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
. . Dye Stutts,
Gtass Ware, etc, etc.
PRICES .VODEB4TK FOR CAMI.
The Prescription Department
RECEIVES ESPECtAL MTL.\T >S.
CARE AND ACCURACY GUARANTEED.
Hh'^KZAT- '3..OOO'. P 'wRinER'
PoMCSiing powerful ImnrSJrara-f?
Thee, Bitten aro pceiiirely mvulmvbic ia
They purify the ?yat em, acJ ?Ul com
Remittent and Intermittent fever*, ^
aaa aifei a prerent^re of Oulla ead Fcrer.
AJI yield ta their powerful efficacy.
Ax* an antidote to chango ci Xiyju and ln*u
to thc wasted framo, ead correct &?
Will sar, dara of en Aering to the ?ick, and
Shana! Panacea fof ail the illa of hie.
Ita SMari V V ffiracuis tm??
Bflli?TXln Toan? oe O?d, ICarrteJV^1"^
Sat 8i*tie> theca Bitter? are ua^V
w^e?aaiied ead hare often beca th?V^
astana of narine lite.
^ - TRY OKI lOTTtl. >
Jfrov 1 K j>
Fine S*fars& Tobacec
*At Sumter 1WK Su?vtv
DIFFERENT LINKS OF
IN A LOW MARK KT. A XI)
II anim sn DE.
I & 00.,
AND LIBERTY STREETS.
Millers Safe and Iron WorU
ESTABLISHED I N ?S57.
TITJLUER'S BALTIMORE M SAFE
JLTJL fhe nest now in usc-wairdale Iii ec ?rom
rust, dampness or dce:ty.
WELDED STEEL A .VD ?RON
Burglar - Proof Baak
F I RS T CLASS
Key and Combination
Bank Vaults and Doors.
Sales Room 263 SaUimare St.
FA r T 0 ? r-$q?ar? I?** '. J hy
/A;//-/.'/,,.' r/,ov/, Fr t
ami Warner ?SV/w/jt.
SENT) 1" >!t ILLLTRATED CA TA Lt W? TR
o\:g? ;I2,OQO z.v 6>v?
TESTEN IN 200 FIKKS.
S E A li Ii i: F E SCKs:
Fr.-wcr. Itaj?nr?rttu) A C.- >ptr, II vt X M. ?.>.
Paitar, S. C.
Wurta X WwrVW, Wila?tac???a V- Ca
.?.din Agnew A S-n. C?tumt4a. S. C.
National Bnuit of Cbc??cr. S. C.
Smiifc A Mt-tt'hexicr. S. '".
DOO IX BALTIMORE.
OVER 12;<>'>'> SAFES IN t">
TESTET* f'X 2?? /
?.TRST ?T.\SS ?;OM:.V ; T I ,.\\ fKtCk?.
Jul* V?. ?.
April S t,
sr xii rs; KS.,
Potatoes. Omoiw. Enjr?isfi \ I.
}>.iss; RUmewii ?-??o?k
h< i:ror in ruse* ;
("?I \Mi \ti\K -HKM'SP-VY
Iji'K ? \ : t? ? \ i..? ? > ( n -1 \
Viotti \N A YiSlA >
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