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The Sumter Watchman.
W KPN ESPA V, NOV? 23?
WT^PAXT0N^T-^?SI?ES^~^(^G E R
f?f AMI Transient Advertisements, and all
Job Work mast be p*id for in cash. This will
be observed without distinction. Subscriptions
? are also payable in advene?..
af? Applications for J< b \v*ork will be made,
at the office1, to THOS. E. FLUWKRS.
The WATCHMAN books are in the keeping of W.
?*. PASTO*, who will receipt for.monies due and
attend to all matters connected with the Adver?
tising or Subscription dep.-tfthients.
ggf Our Adverting friends nfc req?csted to
send in their favors not lat':r than Monday.
Indebted to the Sumter Watchman tire
now.called upon, in earnest, io make
paju)<'ot,?tL*.R$rer indulgence cannot be
!ri*???' Subscriptions are due in-ad?
vance We beg our friends to remember
AfeSy* Photograph Albums frota thirty
cents to seven, dellars, at thc Sumter
Protracted sickuess in thejamily
of the editor, will, he trust, be some
excuse for any deficiencies io his depart?
ment of thc Watchman, al present, and.
fur some weeks past.
The United States Court, for the
trial ot the Ku Klus prisoucrs, con veces
at Columbia ou thc -7th inst. ?t. is sup?
posed that the occasion will bring, from
time to time, a Jar5e attendance of
persons from all parts of the State.
Wc learn that tua barn and con?
tents, of Mr. W. W. BRADFORD, a few
miies below this place, were rec cnfly
destroyed by fire. S-ipposed to be the
work of an 'incendiary.
?. ? F. J A.-,. t? ullman.
The advertisement of this accom?
plished workman 'will fee found in our
columns to day. He has removed lo the
store lately occjpicd by Mr. HOYT, and
isprepated^to "jTianniaeture Boots and
Shoes from the best material.
We rcgrefto learn, that on Sabbath
morning I.ut, the larje two story dwell?
ing of ??ur young friend, W. H.
STEINMTER, near tho lit ad lord Springs,
in 'his county, was entirely consumed
b) fire, wi;h all his furniture and a pur
tion of the clothing of himself and
family. The fire originated from a
spark < n the roof.
Insurance of S1000, in Mr. A. Wu m/s
Agency, of North British and Mercan?
tile Iosuraoc^C'vtupauy of London and
Kd in burg.
Grand .TJ(laical and Theatrical linter*
Thc Snm-cr Independen? Rra*s Band
have tendered to .luir skill! .1 teacher,
Mr. Koi'FF, ii;?- proceeds of a Conceit
and Theatrical performance to take
plac?* at thc Court House on Thursday
evening thc 23rd instant 'j he y?>un?
gentlemen connected with the band, a>
an cviitviicc ul their re-pecl fir hi>
mu?, ra! talents, and anxious to afford
hui. ?um?; Mib.-.antial aid. Iiave reoU?st?
ud h 'ii ;<i accept t?.is comphmctitary
\.< ' a- ?how <ur appreciation ol our
Suinter Band ano tin ir teacher, by at
tt-iniin^ in laige uuiubcrs, cn Tlmrsday
evening next, and secure to Professor
K"PFF a liberal benefit.
irjf A eard in thc l'/totrix of Satur
daj last, over the signatures nf ?SBURY
CuWAltD and Joii.N 1* THOMAS, an?
nounces the abandonment by tht.se
gentlemen ol' their proposed association
io the conduct vf the King's Mouutaiu
Military school, at Yorkville, "io con?
s?quence of -he blow inflicted upon the
educctiun-tl and industrial interest* of
the State by Presiden! Grant's Military
proceed tugs." The school will be con?
tinu? d as heretofore by Col. ? o WARD.
[CoMMI MOATED J
MJ.MTKII. S C. Nov 20. 1871.
A. A GILBERT, E>qr.-Dear Sir:
At the recent sessions of the Synod ol
South Carolina, in this place, the follow
ing Resolution was adopted with a heany
unanimity. -Va? we ask the privilege
of communicating the same through the
columns ol your paper?
Also a resolution of thanks jo the
various Bail Road Companies which
have afforded lucilities to the members ol
S)nod in attendance on the sessions ol
I the Body.
Very respectfully, yours,
Wm. BANKS, Stated Clerk.
Rrsolccd, That the thanks of this
Synod be tendered to the families oftbe
Presbyterian Church, aud to the com?
munity of Sumter for the kind, gener?
ous, and Christian hospitality which has
been extended to the members during
the sessions ol the Body ; and that the
Pastor of this congregation be directed
to express the same in whatever man?
ner he may deem best.
Also to the Kail Road companies
which have ..conveyed the members of
Synod at reduced rates, and that the
j stated clerk be instructed to commuui
|Cate this resolution to them.
Hundreds wbohave vi?ited Hot Springs, Ark
fur seasons in succession, spending thousands of
dollars in medical treatment without deriving
any benefit are radically cared yearly by use of j
I>r. Eichaus* Golden Remedies, (see bis card).
I?*- short trial will convince the most skeptical.
The Dadeville (Ala.) Banner says of Darby's
iPropby lactic Fluid.* "It is almost indispensable
trade mecum with the planters." Oar awn ?ix
rience confirms this opiiaon. Tr/ it, ls oar
rice to ali.
The Synod ol South Carolina.
This body convened in thc Preab
riah ehrlich of thii; town, on the ei
tug of the 15th inst., at 7i o'clock,
was opened witli a sermon by the I
Dr. Plumer, the r-tiring Moderatoi
This venerable servant of God st
like some old prophet in the mids
his brethren, delivering the couosel
heaven in tones of deep solemnity
ia words of glowing zeal. His succe?
in the Moderator's Chair was the R
FI. R. Dickson, of Yorkville, who 1
called to that scat of honor and resp?
fiibility by the unanimous voice of
brethren ; and right well did he acq
himself by his urbanity of manner, i
promptness in deciding points of ore
He is comparatively a yoong man.
It would be impossible, in the sh
space allowed us, to give more thai
meagre outline of what wc saw, he;
and felt, during the progress of t
convocation of (be servants of God,
the prosecution of their work, to th
final adjournment about 3a o'clock,
M , Saturday. The preaching genern
was of a very high order. Dr. Gir
deau delivered a discourse under t
order of Synod, on ''.ministerial Con
oration." We can scarcely find ter
io express our admiration of this d
course-so scriptural-so timely. ?
we understand it will soon bc publish
-a resolution to that effect, havi
been adopted by the Synod.
We, in common with all who hea
them, were particularly interested
the discourses of the Revs. Fri<
son, Lindsay and Bracket. Workm
they are who need not be ashamed.
And tilca, those touching tributes
departed worth, read before the Syn
by the venerable Dr. Howe, of ti
Theological ?St.mit?ary. First, of I
colleague for so many years in thc wo
of Theological Education-Rev. A. T
Leland, D. D.-and then of the Re
G. W. Roggs, for years a missionary
India. These papers foo, will be pu
lished, under the order of Synod. Ar
the missionary trecting, of Fridi
night. Who can ever forget that ? Tl
sermon upon thc subject of misiious w:
delivered by thc Ri v. il. C. DuBoae,
youngman who expects shortly lo sa
for Cliina, the chosen field of li is labor
Ile presented thc v.-ork of missions in a
its broad sciiptural proportions with
zeal and force rarely equalled. An
then followed Dr. G. Leighton Wilsot
who>e eye rests upon the whole fiel
and whose labors in every departaicc
of christian enterprise, know no respite
Ile is eminently a vci>e n-an. just suite
to the exigencia of the times. Th
large and deeply interested Cotigrcg:!
tion in attendance responded to th
appeal? made to them, in behalf of thi
great christian duty, far beyond wha
ruiirh] have been anticipated, from th
impoverished condition of thc co II mr*,
Rut thc Sahhat h-thc great day
The sermon hy Ur. Girardeau-the ad
ministration of thc Lord's Supper hy Di
Adirer-thc va?t a seoibly iu s,uleuai
?ttlh.es:-the hundreds who partook o
this most touching ordinance ol' God'
house-who Can iver forget that occa
sion ? Ru', ?re musr close. Djy aftei
d?y, night after night, the house o
(incl was crowded with deeply infercstet
listeners. And thea the fraternal af
f.dinti of other denominations-thei
hospitality-. their temporary forgetful
ness uf denominational linos-thesi
were features not thc least impressive
Thc Synod was not out in force ol
numbers, owing to the disturbed condi
tion of thc upper portion of the State
J?!*eT' Among the features of novelty
and attraction of the Agricultural Fail
held at Wilting on last week, was ac
Indian foot race around the track. The
red men were of the Pawpaw trihe, wh(
arc said tn have the speed almost of "thi
Iflaiturat-lurlDg Enterprise lu Chane**
Charleston ir fa?' bec ming a manufacturing ai
well HII n commercial city. Tin l.-irgcst'tnanufuc
tory of doors, i?a?!ies, blind?. Ac., in the South?
ern Stater- i- that of Mr. P. P. TOALE, on
Horli<eck'a Wharf in that city, sales room al
No. 20 H ay nc street, Mr. To ALE'S advertir?
ment appears in another column.
Tbe Governmental instructor.
THE GOVERNMENTAL I STRUCTOR.-A
britf and comprehensive view of the Govern?
ment of th?- railed State!?, aDd of tho State
Governments. IteM^ncd for the use of Schools.
By J. B. Sut KTLrrr. Third Revised edition,
by DAVID N. CAHP. 12rao. Price 75 cents.
The book gives briefly the extent, discovery,
the conquest, th%se:tiements of our country; tbe
origin of the Revolution, our Congress, and cur
laws ; defines thc purposes and powers of our
Government, and the Houses of Congress; and,
in short, comprebetds that information of the
government of tbe country <JO Decenary for cverj
. It was very well received on ?ts publication
?nd adopted as a test Look in roary schools.
Hon. A. G. Cn Tl* at that time Superintendent
ff Education of J'enosylvania. wrote lo the
author : "I considirit a clear and well digested
exposition of the machinery and fundamental
principles of our republican form of government;
and am persuaded that it must spredly work its
way into public fa for, os a publication of practi?
cal merit and permanent value. All citizen*
young men especia ly-who wish to understand
the g-nernl character and scope of tbe govern?
ment unker which wc live, will find this a hook
of interest and importance, a safe guide and a
reliable monitor. As a Reading Book ia tba
Common Seb<xAs, Tor papila of sufficiently ma?
tare age to comprehend and profit by its teach?
ings, it would be invaluable, and I bave no
hesitation in indorsing its availability and useful
This edition bai been revised by Hon. DAVID
N. CASP, (late Superintendent of Common
Schools of ConBoeticut). ?bo writes from New
Britain, Joly Id, 1871 : "The 'Governmental
Instructor' which y.?u j laced in my hands I have
carefully revised, bringing the data dowp eor
reet to the presea); thne. In its revised form it
will be foBDd ? valua-ble aid in school teatree
tion. It conlaian a large amount of important
inform .sn ea unbjeeta badispensable to the
oath of our country." e
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i O THE PLASTER k
THOSE PARTIES WHO ARE DUE US
ARE NO HUED tbut
GEORC E. TAYLOR,
is au tborizcd to receive their payments. He can
bo found at Capt. L. P. LORING"S STORE.
We are prepared to make
LIBERAL CA>H ADVANCES ON
and b?Id aa long as may be desired (with proper
margin) in NewTork or Charleston.
GaO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
NOT 1_ 4m
B. R. NASH. P. N. DULIN.
XASH & DULIN.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN .
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO,
of different grades.
SUMTER, S. C.
ALSO* KEEP A GooD SUPPLY OP
North Carolina Rye and Corn Whiskies.
AND PEACH AND APPLE BRANDIES.
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &c.
Tobacco at ? h?Iesale furnished at Manufac?
turer's prices. Country Merchants will de well
to call and examine our ?tock. All orders
promptly executed wheo accompanied with the
Thc custom of my old friends, ?bom I bare
furnished by wagon for several years, is respect?
Nor 1 6m
Mrs. ?Tames F. Brennan,
RESPECTFULLY informs ber friends and
customers that she has received and open?
ed a full and Complete Stock of
I DRY GOODS,
CROCKERY, TIN WARE, &C.
And a general assortment of Merchandise, for
She solicits the patronage of the public, feeling
assured that she can offer her Stock of Goods at
very low prices for cash.
Her stock was purchased in the Northern
And those trailing nt her establishment, will bay
Cheap Goods, and be fairly dealt with
Notice of Sale by As?
signee in Bankruptcy.
In Rr Richard ll. Anderson. Bank?
IN obedience to an order rando by bis Honor,
Judge George S. Bryan, Judge of the District
C?urt of thc United Stale?, for the District of
South Carolina, sitting in Bankruptcy. I will
sell, m front of (lie Court House, in thc town of
Suinter, in the County of Sumter, ?ind State
aforesaid, on Salesday in December next, ut thc
usual hour of sale, ali the right, title, interest
arni edale of the Bankrupt, Richard H. Ander?
son, in "all that Plantation situate in thc village
of Suteburc;. County of Sumter, arid State of
Sou'h Cnrolinn, known as the Homestead, con?
taining One Hundred and Fifty Acres, more or
Uss, bounded North by lund.? of Estate of Wil?
liam El lipon. Entt by Stnte Road from Ca tb . ?n
to Charleston, Sorj'h by Innis of Jnn;r.< M.
Caldwell and Wci-t by land of Samuel J. Bradley.
All the rijrht. title, interest and estate of the said
It icliar I H. Anderson. Bankrupt, of anti in ali
that Traet of Lauri, known as the Pinritati<>n of
Dr. W. W. Anderron, deceased, onllcd River?
side; containing Two Tliousnnd Five Hundred
Acre?, more or le.<s. und bounded North by Raf.
tin Crrek. East by lands of Richard M. Moore
ni:d of I. N. Lenoir, South by lands of William
Si .il?-, Hnd West by Watcree River. The term*
<>f *-?lo to be as follows, to wit: One half cash,
and the lial.mce on n urcdit of ono y ?-ar. to he
secured bv Rond of the Purchaser and a mort
gage of the premises soldi
Thc life Ku.itc of the Bankrupt in a Planta?
tion known as ..Hiwassoe," which was devised to
him for lite, under tho will of E. M. Anderson,
deceased, ou the same terms.
Thc Bonds, Votes and other choses in action
belonging to the said Bankrupt, a list of which
maj be s-cn on application to thc Assignee, f-r
cash. Purchaser to pity fur papers and ?tamps,
D. J. WINN.
Nov. S 4t. Assignee.
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF SUMTER,
COURT OF PROBATE.
Darius Elmore, ]
John Boyce, Summons
Mary E. Boyce, } for
A n not te Boyce, Partition.
C. H. Boyce. J
TO THE DEPENDANT, John Boyce,
You are hereby summoned to answer the Com
plaint in this action, filed in the office of the
Judge of Probate for said County, and serve a
copy of your answer on the subscribers, at their
office, in thc town nf Sumter, within twenty days
after the service hereof, and if you fail so to
answer, the Plaintiffs wilt then apply to the said
Court for the relief demaoded in the Com
plaint. BLANDiNG A RICHARDSON,
Nov. 15 at.
O 3P ^3 NIIVG
Millinery a?d Fancy Goods.
MISS E. D. BRITTON.
Respectfully invites ber friends and the com?
munity at large to call and examine ber
Rcuutiful Stock of
Millinery and Fancy Goods
FALL AND Hf INT ? li.
Having personally selected bar fonds ??tb
ears, and tb? stock being larger than
ever before, she can not fail to
please those ?ho ?ill give bera
She designs having a
ON WHICH TO
DISPLAY THE FASHIONS,
The Ladies particularly are in vile J to attend
Opeiiing, Commencing 11th Oct.
when lb? Goods wd Fashions will ba displayed
Having supplied herself with Patterns from
Batteriek, of Ne? York, dresses ?ill be made or
eat and fitted to order as persons may desire.
Also Patterns ?ill be kept on band for sal?,
such as BASQUE, OVER 8KIRT8, GORED
SKIRTS, OR Ox HER PATTERNS.
Town Tax Notice,
THE BOOKS for tbe Collection of Rea) Estate
Taxes for 1S71. ?ill ha opened oa the 1st
day of November, and ?ill remain open for 30
days, at the expiration of ?hieb time executions
?ill he issued against all delinquents.
JOHN F. HAYNSWORTH,
Noa 1-3t . Xlerk aadTreaa.
y executed at this Office.
Tbos. T. i?ps?iur's Store.
MAIN& R EPH BL TVA NJ> TREE 2'S
~ S?MTEII, s. c.
r?B UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
announces to the public, that be bas in
?tore, aod will be constantly receiving, a large
and varied assortment of
Suitahte for. Plantation and Family use.
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PLANTERS, BY
TBS HUNDRED WEIGHT, or upwards.
BACON-C. R. S. Smoked, Ile. Un smoked IC}.
Shoulders, tj. -
FLOUR-per bbl. $7@$lt.
COFFEE-Java, 35. Laguayra, 30. Rio, 20.
SALT-per sack, $2.25.
SUGAR-Brown, 101@?6. Crushed, 17.
CORN-(Baltimore) $1.25. Hume raised, $1.00.
GOSHEN BUTTER-Best 35c.
BAGGING-2J lbs to the yard, 25c.
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
will be allowed Merchants, and they are specially
invited to cn lt and exarrine bis Stock, nnd they
will find that his business facilities enable bim to
supply them with goods
AS.CH EAP AS Til EY CAN BUY THEM
in any Northern or Southern Market. Cotna and
see for yourselves, un ocular demonstration is
Highest Jff?rket Price
paid for Cotton
AND THREE FOURTHS OF THE VALUE
CA.Sn. will be advanced, on nil Cotton Shipped
to the House in Baltimore 'or whi<*h he is npent,
and it ?ill be held over if desired. Ho Mill ruukc
a speciality of
Corn; Bacon and Flour,
which he is prepared to furnish in any quantity
?3F Customers and ?P.nnilies purchasing
their supples nt my establishment, can Lave
them delivered free of charge, nt their re-idenccs
within the limits of thc town.
BAGGING AND TIES,
AT LOW RATES.
jr?T" Country Produce taken in exchange
THOS. T. UPSU'JR, JR.
SIGN OF THE
WE ARE RECEIVING OUR
?nd invite the special attention of BUYERS, to
our large and well-selected assortment of
Single Sole Brogans.
Ha I niora I?.
Kine Calf Dress Bools.
Heavy Kip Hoots.
Win ter < 'ait' Gaitera.
Laches Hijtb Cut Hoots.
.Morocco, Kui and Cloth, both But too cd
SLIPPERS (Kid and Morocco)
Ht-d room nod Tai lor Slippers.
Old i'aahiourd Prunella and Morocco.
Tlie liatcat Styles of
Ladies Boots and Slippers, for Weddings
and Partien I
Children and I niants Shoes atad Slippers
al! Cuts and Colors.
Boys' Boots, Shoes and <?rttfcrs.
India K?hner Over Shoes and Sandals!
Heavy Sole Leather! French Calf Skins
and Findings nf every de?ciiptiou, all
ol a; h ?eh w<r offer for
LOW P31CES Af WHOLESALE AS? RETAIL.
Wc pay sp?cial attention to Retail Or?
ders by .vail, accompanied by the
CmJi or City Refer? ure !
DUDLEY & ELLIS,
Successors to ?j. & C Bra Hey,
SIGN OP THE Bill BOOT!
No. 41, Market Street, Wilmington, N. C.
Aod al) Family and Plantation Supplies.
JUST RIX HIVED.
Bologna Sausage, Beef Tongues.
Candie*. Nuts, Raisins. Citron, Currants?
Jellies. Pickles, Canned Goods,
6 L'A Y A Jillj. Ac, Ac.
5,000 FINE SEGARS !
Urge assortment of LAMPS and FIXINGS,
Burners, Chimneys, Snfety Tttltcs, <fcc
Ca&'t fail to please and snit yon.
FAMILY WEEKLY SUPPLIES, d-livered
io ?ny p?rt of town F lt li K oF CU A KG E.
COTTON Pl'RCHASED AT li Ki U EST
MARKET PRICE. OR SHIPPED AND j
CASH TALUS ADVANCED.
DONT FORCE! TO CALL IN.
J. Ni STUSHi AGENT,
S. H. HARRI S G TOy ,
will hare daring Ibis season
FINE FRESH SUFFOLK OYSTERS,
For sale, at J. N. SPANN S STORE.
h POUNDS ftOOD DRY HIDES
For which the II iahest, Cash Market
prices will be poid, by
NA9I? & D?LIN,
LIBERTY STREET, S PM'?ER, S. C.
Ker 1 6m
TO THE PUBLIC.
rpilB UNUBRSIGNED HAING ENLARGED
I bis Ware Room, cud Luvicg lately por*
chased a large Mt>ek of
would respectfully invite bis friend, and custo?
mers to pay bim a visit, and see what he can do
in tho way of supplying tbein wiib such articles
as come in bis line.'
He bas now ort band a large supply of various
styles of Furniture.
Window Shades, Pie.ure Frames,
booking Glasses, tte.,
and is constantly receiving additions to bis stock.
Wi'I order anything which n ay not be on band
to suit the wants or taste of bis customers.
He continues to mnnufacture any kinds o
Furniture ordered. All repairing done at short
notice, ?nd will Re Cane Chairs of ill kinds in
tho best manner.
Special attention given to all orders in UphoL
stering and Mattrass Making as specialities of
Coffins of ?II kinds kept on bnnd. and prompt
personal attention giveo to orders l'or Fanerais.
In all bis business transactions tn: will adhere
stiietly to thc rule of "Small prout? for Cash,"
und hopes by bis attention and promptness to
re?oive a share nf public patronage.
Persons needing anything in his line of busi?
ness, will do well to c.-tll and examine for thea
selves before purchasing elsewhere.
J. D. CRAIG,
Corner Main and Canal Streets,
Next above Clark's lietel.
October 25 _
I C. SHIVER I CO.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
ARE now prepared to receive orders for
DRESS-MAKING, and have the same
done with despatch ?ud in tho
Tip of the Fashion.
They bare secured tho services and superin?
Miss Annie Wittvogel.
One ycarfp'Ui Paris, and employ none but the
best bauds. Wp guarantee everything we do to
Gotten up at short notico. Orders solicited.
Il C. S. & CO., dealers in
Millinery and Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
and an endless line of other
R. C. SHIVER. DAVID JONES
Oct 11 t fj
THE ONLY STRICTLY
Grocery and Liquor House
rp H E UNDERSIGNED, begs leave to
X eall tho attention of bis friends and tbe
public generally to bis
NEW AND WELL SELECTED
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Which be offers low for CASH ONLY.
v?i? All articles warranted as recommended
7&" Pure Modiviaal Liquors kept constantly
J. H. EliEK HART.
A:.ril 13 tf
Preserve Your Sight !
annfttctured at Sci'iff^tunem, Sicitterluud.
Thc superiority of these Cr*ut Eye Preservers
roi.si>!s in tho ear-fil Mjtlieinntiral Accuracy
in the ci nstrueti'in <<f . lie Lenses, b-inj; manu?
factura! of the Uvsi White Finn <? ?uss. ?he exact
Shape of the Eye, thu? .??.viattng all t?immerinj;
sad ?Varering of :ho S i ; h r. DiisincS*. nn-l all
the other 'fruin of Evils produced by the use of
Every our wli-we si<ht is f il'tig understands
its value. By ' uying imperfect spectacles you
help to destroy it.
JJ rr TUE DESI !
Ruy the Schiff Jw u?? Spectacle* and
pref rn thc Eye*-tc h ir h are priceless.
FOR ."ALL BY
O T. M ASON,
Jone 2* walviimolter A Jeweler.
TO THK LADIES.
Fall and Winter Opening.
Misses J. & R. HcElhose,
Have recently rveiv^d sad open?
ed, their new Styles nf
FAIL AM) WlTiTER MILLINERY,
Selected la Nc? York, and cm
NOVELTIES OF TUB SEASC N.
Their Stock will bc found ana
qualcd in choice and variety, ?nd will bc offered
ct priors (hat can mri fail t<> give satisfaction
RIBBON'S, ?fall Shades, ?nd everything that
can ho found in a f rsl class Millinery Establish?
-LACE SETS, and ocery artie?? ia this Una.
CHIGNONS, Ac. A selected asaortmsnt.
Cell carlT and examine f?r yourselves.
. . ' J. A E. M^ILilOSB,
Sumter, S. C.
jt#> A Harder* fr-m thc ab un try avail receive
?l iUID VIII Wt ii
Would ask the attention of their numerous
Friends and Customers to their
NOW IX, AND EMBRACING EVERY THING IN THE DIFFERENT LINKS OF
DRY mm?9imtmm$9 nrnmrnm
HARNESS, BOOTS & SH0EB,
DSj?LG-G-xaarci- ?T?DES ?S? NOTior?s,
Of AX*!.. 3K.XIC33S.
THESE GOODS HAVE BEEN BOUGHT WITH CARE, IN A LOW MARKET, AXD
WILL BE SOLD
F* O FL O Jk. SJ
, OB Nm MO CASH ADMIS mm
GREEN, WALSH & CO.,
CORNER MAIN AND LIBERTY STREETS.
THE SUBSCRIBER INFORMS HIS
* Friends and Customers tbst b? bas returned
from the North, where he hus made arrangements
??tb the best Manufactories, to supply him with
which will facilitate him to pire each advanta?
ges as vcr before offered in quality and pri?es.
My stock embraces every article ia the Furni?
ture Line. In addition will be found at my es
Window Shades, Wall Paper,
Children's Carriages, Looking Glasses,
Mattresses-Moss and Cotton,
Mouldings for picture frames, which wa
make to order. Also
Picture Cord and Tutela.
My stock ts large and well assorted and it is
my ?Mention to keep it always in thia condition.
Goods emrefully pscked for shipping and no
extra charge. Just received a large assortment
of LADIES' TRAVELLING TRUNKS.
J. E. S?ARES,
Main Street, next to C. T- Mason's Wateb and
WARE ROOMS UP STAIRS.
M?NEY CANNOT BUY !?\
FOR ?luUT IS PRICELESS M
THE DIAMOND GLASSES, msnofartored
by J. E. SPENCER A CO., New York, which
are n?w offered tn the public, are pronounced by
all the celebrated Opticians of tbe world to be
the most Porfect. Natural Artificial bely to tbe
human eye ever known.
They are ground under their own supervision,
from minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their name. "Diamond," on account
of their hardness and brilliancy.
Tbe scientific principle on which they are con?
structed brings the core or centre ot the leos di?
rectly in frnat of tbe eye, producing a clear and
distinct vision, as in the rn.tur.il. healthy sight,
aa<l preventing all unpleasant sensations, serb as
glimmering and wavering of sight, disaiaees, Ac.,
peculiar I?, all others in use.
They are mounted in the finest manner in
frame* of the best quality, of ?ll materials use?!
for tb?t nurpose. Their finish and darabtlity
Cann?! be ?ri rp n ??ed.
Carrion_None genuine anlese bearing tLtir
trade mark stamped on every fr.imv.
HOYT k FOLSOM",
WATCHMAKERS ?CJCWEIER1 .
SUMTER, S. C.
AT TH E
OU may now get, io fine ex*eutiurf,
Po celain Pictures or
Life She and Cabinet Portraits, colored in
H'ater. Oil, or Worked '? Ink.
Specie! attention, too. is given to cot jw? aid
Likenesses, and satisfaction guaranteed ta every
J. fl. WILDER.
FRESH BEAT KICK.
Ia TIERCE8 and BARKS'*.
Fur sala by
ADRIAN A V?LLERS.
Court of Probate,
T??X COURT CF PROBATE Ul SUMTER
COUNTV. will bold its Sessions nn the first
Monday in each mm th, from 9 o'cl. ck. A. M ,
till 4 o'olock. P. M.. in the . ffl>e of the Court of
Probate, io basement o? the Coan H?? ?. at
Sumter, and tontiaa? its session thereafter so
long as the business assy require- ,
C. J?. U?K&t.
Oct If-la Ja ge of P?atett.
IS.1AC L M'KiGEN.
FRESH AND PURE
AL WA YS ON HAND.
PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUr DEO WITH CARE
AT ALL HUURS.
DR? A. CHINA,
Druggist and Apothecary,
SUMTER, S. C.
INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND
WELL ASSORTED STOCK OP
Glass Ware, etc, etc.
PRICES JIODtlllTE FOU CASH.
The Prescription Department
RECEIVES ESPECIAL ATThXTWX.
CARR AND ACCURACY GUARANTEED.
Hf v.9rA? 8LOOD PURIFIER
These Bittere exe poeiuvdr iaTalaabtoia
?bey purify ti? ayeUm, ?no wul cara
Htmittra* and IfitcrmitU&t reren, +
ead are e prero&taTO of Chilla and rerer.
AB yield to their po wilful ?r?caey.
Ai? aa antidote toaaergeot Wa?craad. LML
So the wast sd finune, and correct all
TCU ?are ?art of tufcriaff to the ska, aad
lyepeedpaaaeaefq* ?1 tte iib ol Ma,
Tte Stiiiart jCKmmi
raaaaOat ead aaee
11Y OH! I0T7U.
Pine S?fars& Totac^
At Sumter Book Store.
HOYT & FOLSOM,
WA TCHVMKE A SD JEWELERS,
MAIS STREET, S CM TER, S. C
WE. the nn ier't^ri'-d. baTin?* f> tened a co?
partnership. <n ide f>:h Just*. I ?? I, undi .*
the name ?nd styie ofll?'Y I A : . I.>OM. w..ul?l
respectfully announce th- public of Seater,
aad the adjoining muni irs. fh;.t we ure ri"W pr<
pared to ext cute ull work entrwr-tcd to us wi:h
promptness, and in a workmanlike mann-r.
OUR STOCK wi!I embrace the '.atv;t st vies of
LADIES* AND GENTLEMEN'S
All of which will bo sold at the lon cst cash
F. H. FtM.SOM.
Al Bart's OM Stand .V?in Street.
/SIT* The genuine DIAMOND SPECTACLES,
manufactured hy J. E SPENCER A CO., New
York, aiwavs on hand.
GL OT ?T?G~,
Fall and Winier Stock.
D. J. WON, A?eni,
Now bas in Store a l.arjre art.} C?r<-ful
Ij selected Stock of
Fall and Winter Goods?
WHICH HE GUARANTEES AS REPRE?
SENTED. SUCH AS
CLOTHING-F BC, .I.-'?aiu ?r..! O'.-moa
Cloths and Ca?s:mcres,
F?ao L t Tweed?,
Glove*) and 'V.r.;-?,
whi< !. bc pledges I. ii - i !? *> :'. r cash
'I^ !lE nnacrsi^nrd having j?-t received a CV)
X. '"t ot
6 PREP*.KFD TO FURNISH
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