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VOL.?XH
WE?P?ESD?f MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1371.
NO. 35;
in - ?* . ?
TO LlTER?fCRE, HORALiTF IND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.
9E
The Snmtei' Watciima?
{ESTABLISHED IN UM.)
! 16 t VM Lillis ?
flVBICY WEOftBSlTAY MOKNIJte
ATS UMTE?, 8. OY BY
GILBERT & " FLOWERS*
Tenu.
One y ear -?.....il 00
Sit months.???.. 1 50
Taree M ont he. .- i 00
\DVBRTISBMKKTS inserted at tba fate
,f ONS DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS par
?nara for tba first. ONS DOLLAR for tba
second, and FIFTY CENTS far each subsequent
nsertton, for ?nv period less than three months
OBITUARIES, TRIBUTES OF RESPECT
aad all communications whish sabserva prirata
nterests, ?ill be paid lor as ad vertisetuen ts.
"WEPNEgPAY, DEC? Sft.
AJUKLBeRT ? ?..TT..EDITOR
Christmas Greetlnsr.
To ear readers all ?re extend cordial greetings.
We hare much for which to feel grateful, and
bare roce i red much at their bands daring the
jeer nov in its expiring da jo, the remembrance
cf which is treasured op in oar store boase of j
cherished recollections. And. on this fectira oe
csrioc, would that ere could carry joy and (lad.
ness to erery fireside where this bauble greeting
shall go.
Let tu look ap to tho Great Girer of all good,
in bambie confidence, and take fresh eoarage for
the future.
fS- The finest Oysters prepared in any style
at the establishment of HR. HXSRT HARRINSTOK
Be is a worthy young man, end ira ask for bim
a liberal patronage. See bia advertisement.
Tableaux al Statebarg.
We leam that a Tableaux, ta ?id the Church
of the Holy Crees, will be exhibited et Ellerbe,
Statebarg, on Thursday night next, 28tb inst j
Refreshments will be eerred, and tbo admission
will bc 50 cents-children half price. The ex?
hibition will no doubt be in cultivated taste, and
result successfully, we trust.
Entertainment ID Aid of St. Luke's
(nethodlet) Church.
We are indebted to tbe fair ladies of the Cnaa,
tnittee-Miss. E. II. GRIES, Mr?. H. DUBAUT, j
Miss M. MURCMSOS, Mrs. L. L. GREEK. Misc.
M. M. M?LDROW-for their courteous in vi ation
to attend an Entertainment io aid of St. Laka'? j
(Methodist) Church, to be giren at Lynchburg,
December 28. We trast tbe good people of that
section will cordially and liberally sustain these
xealous ladies .a their labor of lore.
The Bond Swiadle-Tbe Impeachment!
Up to the close of tbe day on Thursday lait,
(the time fixed for tba recess adjournment) the
House was eogaged in discussing BOWEN'S im?
peachment r?solution. Toe ?ar of words waxed
bot-crimination and recrimination being freely
indulged. Matters standing thus, ttys House ad?
journed over entil 12 o'clock Friday.
The Union of Friday holds ont tba idea that
there is a large majority in tho House (bought of
coarse) opposed to impeachment. And thus it il
naeonle.
At the regaler eommunieetion of Claremont
Lodge, No. 84, A.-. F.\ M.\, bald on tba 21st
instant, the following named brethren ware
elected to serre as officers for the ensuing Ma?
sonic year:
Bro. ALTAMONT MOSES. W.-. M.\
Bro. M. C. WILLIS, S.- W.\
Bro. T. Ci SCAFFE, J.\ W.-.
Bro. R. W. DURANT, Treasurer.*
Bro. GEO. P. Mc KAG KN. Secretary.
Bro. W. H. GIRA KD ii A U, S.?. Dr.
Bro. T. E. FLOWERS, J.-. D.\
Rro. D. ROBERTSON, Tiler.?
*Reelected.
CONFERENCE APPOINTMENTS.
The ?JUCh Carolina Annual Confer?
ence closed ?ts eighty-fourth session in
Sparrariburg, S C., on the lStlt instant
The following are the appointments:
CHARLESTON DIST-W P Mooloo, P E.
? Trinity and Cumberland, W Smith.
I City Mission, R D Smart.
Bethel, A M Chrietzberg.
Spring Street, J T Wightman.
( Berkley Circuit, A G Gantt.
( Cooper Uiver Mission, To be supplied
( Cypres, P F Kistler.
( St. Paul's M ?sesi?n, To be supplied.
Lower St. George's, A E Dan uer.
Hamburg, T Baysor, C C Fishburn.
Waiterboro, B G Junes, one to be
supplied.
Coller?n, C Wilson.
Allendale, T E Wanneaaker.
y Black Swamp, J J Workman.
4 Hardeevilie Mission, J Ht linburn.
ORANGEBURO DIST?H A C Walker,
P. E.
Orangeburg, F Auld.
Eastern Orange, W Caraca.
St. George's, W A Clarke.
Branchville, D J Simmons.
Providence, J H Zimmerman.
St. Mathew's, J W Crider.
Ediato Circuit, D W Seale, R B Tar?
rant, sup.
Graham's. J W Me Roy.
Barnwell, R R Darnall,
j Aiken Mission, G J Griffiths.
( Grantville Mission. J C Miller.
COLUMBIA DIST-8idi H Browne, P. E
J Washington Street, M Brown.
\ City Mission, To be supplied.
Marion Street, W D Kirkland.
Richlsnd Fork Circuit, J K McCain.
Columbia Circuit, J A Clifton.
Winnsboro Circuit, JE C McKin?
ney, J S Connor, sup.
East Chester Circuit, J M Boyd.
Cheater Circuit, J T Kilgo.
Fairfield Circuit, J L Snnford, T A
Griffiths. *
j Lemington Circuit, L C Loyal.
( Lexington Mission, To be supplied
Leesville Circuit, G W Gatlin.
Upper Orange, J > Beasley.
Upper St Mathew's J W Humbert.
Agent for Washington Street Church,
W Martin
SUMTER DIST-W H Fleming, P. E
Sumter. J M Carlisle.
Sumter Circnit, 8 J Hill, one to bc
supplied.
j San tee Circuit, J L Srfiey.
( Manchester Mission, LO be supplied
Lynchburg, L M Little, Dorn Tiller.
Mantling, A Ervin.
Kingtree, A Nettles.
Csosden, A J Stokes.
Johnsonville, M L Banka.
TimtuonsvilJe, O H Wella.
Liberty Chapel Ct., A J Stafford.
Lynche's Oeek Ct., S ? H Elwell.
.BlshopviJle, 8 A Weber, A MoCor
quo?ale, sup.
MARION DIST-J W Kelly, P. E.
Marten, R R Pegoet. 1
Marion Circnit, W W Jones.
* Bnok Swamp, T Mitchel!
* lefcUe Rock Chirit, J C Stell, E T
? ]
"?l Btunettarille, J A Porter, J F Eng
nde
Ld? North Marlboro, W L Pegeen.
DarKngtcer Cirenit, J B Cambell, J
B Willoi.
Latonero?. JR Little.
Ha^rnf??ef tfrtmit, W Th?nses), i
Georgetown, W C Pe*er.
Bueksville and Cottwaybow, T W
Mnocerlyt).
Con wavboro Circuit tod Mission, M
A Conno?ly.
C Waccaroaw Ot. ?nd Mis., R L Duffey,
j Waccamaw Miss., To be supplied.
LANCASTER DIST-O A Barby, P. E.
Chesterfield Circuit, J B Platt,
f Oheraw, W W Mood,
j Westfield Creek Misssion, to be sup
?j plied by A J Wilson.
I Harris deck Mission, To be supplied
^ by J W Coward.
Zoar Circuit ?od Ly o che's Creek
Mission, To be supp'?ed by C A Plyer.
Yorkville, A W Walker.
York i ircui?.-L A Johnson, sop.
Rock Hill Circuit, J E Watson.
SPARTANBURO DIST-T G Herbert,
P. E.
Spartanburg, C fl Pritchard.
Spartanburg Circuit and Mission, To
be supplied.
Rich Bill Cirouit, N K Melton.
,Paco!et Circuit, J Lee Dixon.
Fair Forest Circuit, To be supplied
Uuionville and Sardis, C Thouiason.
Goshen Hill Circuit, T J Clyde.
Cane Creek Circuit, Thoa W Smith.
Belmont, J B Massebeau.
Gowaosville Circuit, J C Crisp.
Laurens Circuit, M A McKibben, R ]
N Wells.
Clinton Circuit, W Bowman.
R C Oliver, Agent for Orphan's
Home.
Wofford College, A M Shipp, Presi?
dent, A H Lester, Pro lessor.
F. Milton Kennedy, Editor of the)
?.Southern Christian Advocate."
COKESBURY DIST-II M Mood, .P. E.
Cokesbury, L Wood.
Cokesbury Circuit-J W Murray.!
D D Daotiler.
Abbeville, W T Capers.
Abberille Circuit, J E Penny.
Lowrdesville, A J Cautben.
Greenwood, W Hutto, W H Lawton,
sup.
A . ".i_.vy. ?3 T> , 3
Newberry Circuit, A P Avant, H W
Whitaker
Little Saluda, G W M Creighton.
Edgefield, Simpson Jones.
Tumbling Shoals, J Finger.
Cokslmry School, G F Ronnd, Rec?
tor.
GREENVILLE DIST-R. P. Franks,
P. E.
Greenville, E J. Meynardie.
Greenville Circuit, C V Barues,
Buena Vista aud Batesville, John
A tia way.
Reidville, John Watts.
Walhalla, DJ McMillao, F M Mor?
gan, ?.up.
Pickeosville, G T Harmon.
Williamston, S Lander; J A Wood,
Sup.
Seneca, Olio L Durant.
Burshy Creek, A B Stephens, sup.
Anderson, R L Harper.
Anderson Circuit, D D Byars; W A
Hudges, sup.
Pendleton, J B Tray wick.
R B Alstqa^ transferred to Little
Rock Conference, and junior preacher j
on Prioeeton Circuit.
I?._
BiNhopyille Academy.
rpHE EXERCISES of thin SCHOOL will ba ?
X re-uroed on 2nd JANUARY, 1672.
Por fuitber particulars apply io
JOHN J. DA .;QAN,Principal.
Doe 27_las
PER?? VIANG ??AN APE !
-AND
Carolina Fertilizer
Can be bad of GEO. E. TAYLOR, ai Captain L.
P. Luting's Store.
Come on I'm re ail j for y?i< /
THORS PARTIES WHO ARE DUE US
ARE NO fl Pl ED that
GEORGE E. TAYLOR,
is ant homed to receive their payments. He caa
be found at Capt. L. P. LORINO'S STORE.
We are prepared to make
LIBERAL CA H ADVANCES ONI
Cotton.,
and bold ns iou JJ ea may be desired (with proper j
margin) in New York or Charla ton.
GBO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
Dee 27_2m
OYSTERS! OYSTERS M
F
INS FRESH SUFFOLK 0 VST3RS can be |
bad, erery dsy, at the Store between
BARRETT'S AND BOGIN'S.
Call a ad get sorxe
-ar Twa
O YS TER SAL O O N.
Tba lor sr? of Oysters aaa have then served la
whatever way desired-ra w, ste wed or fried.
COOM and try tbeas.
8. H. HARRINGTON.
Dee 13_lal
NOTICE,
THE Firm of JAMBS M. CALDWELL *
SON is dissolved by rho death ot 'Mr.
JAMES M. CALDWELL, Sentar partner.
I HATE ASSOCIATED with aa? ls Ce pe rt
aarsbip. ray brotber.in law. Mr. ft. &AGIN
BRIGGS, to uko efeet wo the 1st day af J?aa
arv. >S72, nader toa cama of JAMBS M, CALD?
WELL k SONS.
W. ft. CALDWELL.
Paarl_lat
sTnst Becefrrei.
A NEW SUPPLY OP
Hats, Ribbons
-
JP IO WIE 8 a
SnitM/sr GhrittmiU Praealu
MISS .?B* Du BR iff?i'?S fro
Next dotrttf?. T. S?lJJOMONS.
Dw SI
MO?EY SAVBD??
Chas- S, Syfan,
HAYING located fer tbe-prooen t at tko belli,
ina; known ?a J. T. BRUNSON*S SHOE
SHOP, is prepared io do ..'!
Cabinet Work in Every Style*
" Particular attention giren to REPAIRING
FURNITURE at prieta (?Mitlb? TIMES. Adi
w?rt don? io tb? bea*, manner a*d nt LOW
RATES
UPHOLSTERING attended to in ali ita
braaebes.
Try my MATRASSES and bo courir ced of
their superiority.
Satisfaction guaranteed and work done with
dispatch.
C. B. STF AS.
Dee 20-3m
SANT?-CLAUS'
Headquarters,
HAS AGAIN BEEN ESTABLISHED AT
The Sumter Confectionery.
And all rariety of FANCY ARTICLES nod
GOOD THINGS usually deposited by his majes?
ty in the Christmas Stockinga of tho Little
Folk* are there to be found-as
TOYS ! TOYS I TOYS !
AH kinda ?nd pricea. 1
CANDIES ! CANDIES ! CANDIES !
Tb" largest and Handsomest assortment erer
recured.
Sugar Fruit, SugarTovs, Sugar Babies,
Sogar Fubea, Nota, Raisins,
Canned Fruits, banana*, Oranges,
Apples, Cocoanota, Ac. A e.,
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOB ALL!
Fire Crackers, Sky Rockets,
Roman Candles and Fire W rh? generally,
in variety.
"LITTLE LIZZIE" SEGARS,
Pronounced the beat.
Call and buy your Christmas Fixings of
J.N. SPANN, Agent,
Nearly Opposite A. A, SOLOMONS.
Dec 26_
DR. A. CHINA,
Druggist and Apothecary,
SUMTER, S. C.
Ofter* a Fall Aeaortesent of PURE
DRUGS, 1 CHEMICALS,
AND
2\?L ? di o ines.
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
Patent Medicines,
Oils, Varnishes, Glass,
Putty, Paints, Dye Stuffs,
Garden Seed, etc.
Pure Wines and Liquors,
For Medicinal Purpose*.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
DISPENSING OF PRESCRIPTIONS.
A Selection of finest Freoeh Perfumery
recently receive!.
Dee 20
ISAAC A. M'KAGEN,
FRESH AND PURE
DRUGS* MEDICINES.
OflEMILACS. PERFUMERY
Ac. ko.
AL WATS ON BAND.
PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED WITH CARE
AT ALL HOUR'S.
Marchs-_..
B. B. NASH. P N. DULIN.
NASH S? O L L.IN.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IR
Manufactured Tobacco,
AND SEGARS.
SMOKING ANO CHEWING TOBACCO,
of different grados.
SUMTER, S. C.
Atoo KBBP A ?OOO aVPPtT OP
North Coroona Rye and Corn Whiskies,
AND PEACH AND APPLE BRANDIES.
ORO CE RI ES," Li Q I*ORS, Ac.
Teheoro ot wbolessle tarnished at Manufac?
turer's prices. Country Merchants Wffl do well
ta call aad exam in? oar yteett. All orders
promptly executed when accompanied with tho
.ash.
The custom of ?ty old friends, wboaa I have
famished br wagoe for ea nae! yenrs, hf i-poet
(all, solicited.
Moe 1 tai
JUST ARRIVED,
JUST ABETTED, at th? Stahlat apar fha
Railroad Depot,
Another let of Fine we^broken yoeng
HORSES Airt> MULES.
ELLIS * G BA HAM
npieei
HIDES.
M AOO poem? HOOD ?ar mst*
LIBERTY ST BEST, BUMTBB, 1. C
Marl tal
?. ?. Solomon?
ar -.-.TT " n w " " -'. v** ?
Desires to- cafl especial
tion to his large, complete and
.Jj , i^i.; ?JU? wivvu t<8 -u
carefully selected stock of
f.
bite D -Ln: :oi ..*?.''!
consisting of everything kept in
& first class house. Eving made
a second trip to New York,
purchased a second supply,
which has been
Just Received,
at very Low Figures. He is
now prepared to offer to his
- ^-l-^-^vtrnnni^
goods-ev?r offered in this, mark?
et, and at prices which
All that he asks is an examina?
tion of his stock before buying
elsewhere, and he feels satisfied
of being able to
A good supply of
Cora Shellers
.3. ?2tt?i * -'? ? jilt - ..:
on hand. The celebrated New
Style (all Iron) Corn Sheller,
For sale cheap. Apply to
A. A. SOLOMONS,
: ?' ' k 83A :.:
CORKER MAIN AK9 LIBERTY STS.
Nor 15
-_-.-? , , ,
Preserve Your Sight ?
TBS CELEBRATED
Schaff hausen Spectacles.
mmm/met? rt? at SckaffhauMH, S??urla?d.
Th? nperiority ofJhtoo Groat Es* fgftpti?t
MMfatsii?ilt flwM Mtlw-i?id A?aoA?ay
Ia lb? eoostroction of th? INM, beiog sniiu
faotarW of tb* Boat Whit? ilion G UM. tb* ??st
Sb*^*/4b?^c,?b?<*b^7?ltUUtiwr?D(
.nd farortagoT th? Sight, Dininest, ind ?il
th? oibor Tra?a of EriU pr*j?n< bj thaw* of
It?oricr f pooUoioa.
Ir?ry ooo whoo? tight ll fofliag mi?tttJku??
Mffatoa. By bayiof liyoriat i|??to?hMyo?r
.ruaurW iii AWT wrftiidk nri irU*Vf
^ Job Work S
Neatly ??outed at this 0
Atme Old Stand !
WALSH
Would ask the attention of their numerous
Friends and Customers io their
s t
STOCK,
NOW^IN,AND" EMBRACING EVEKY THING IN THE DIFFERENT LINES?OP
if GOODSt ?CffiL^9
HARNESS, BOOTS & SHOES,
THESE GOODS HAVE . BEEN BOUGHT WITH CARE, IN A LOW MARKET, AND
WILL BE SOLD
T-j O W FOR CASHS
TRY US.
COTTON BOUGHT, OR SHIPPED ll CASH [MAME! MABU
WUttiJN, WAIiSH & CO.,
CORNER MAIN AND LIBERTY STREETS.
Oct 4
REMOVAL !
NEW BUSINESS!
H PW GOODS!
C. F. A B??LTMA?
?fr. INFORMS HIS CUSTOMERS AND
Wm\ the publie generally, that be baa re
mored to tbe Store lately .occupied bjr
Hoyt k Folsom-next to Maaoo's Jewelry Store,
where, io addition to continuing tbe
MANUFACTURE OF BOOTS AND SHOES
to order, he will heep a general
Assortait tf Ready Mad? Work
for gentlemen, ladies, roi.?ses and children. Bia
ttork baa been ?elected io pcraon, with o riew to
SUBSTANTIAL WORKMANSHIP ?od GOOD
MATERIAL, ia ?Imoat eotirely HAND MADE,
from tho boat manufacturera of Philadelphia ?ad
Baltimore.
-Will ?lao heep a Stock of
Leafier abd Shoe Findings
far the trade.
A superior quality of CALF SKINS AND
LEATHER on band, with ?hieb be ia prepared
to fill all order* by experienced workman.
TERMS STRICTLY CASU.
J/E.SU?RES,
SUMTER FURNITURE
-TAN?>
Chair Ware-Rooms.
TBE SUBSCRIBER INFORMS H?S j
? Friend? ?nd Cuatoaeri thai be boa relamed
from the.North, wheeo be baa mad*arrangetnonii
with th? beat Maaofaetortec, te Mpply bi? with
?hieb will facilitate bia to girt auch advanta?
ges nerer bef?te offered io quality ?ad prieea.
My ?t**h enibrc?sei ?wy au ?cl? ta th? Farol,
tare Lin?. Ia addition ?ill be found at my **
iablbbaaent,
Window Shad?*, Wall Poper.
Cbildren'a Carriage*, Locking Glaaaea,
MaUreeaee-MOM and Cotton,
Moobiinga for picture frame?, which we
nab? to order. A lao
Picture Cord and Taaaela.
My ?tock ia large and w?ll jtx**rto4 (tod it la
or intention to keepit alway* fa tbia condition.
U"<*1? carefully packed fur chipping and no
extra rbarge. Ju?t reeeired * larjre a?iortment
itt LAD! ES* TRATBLLRTO TR??NKS.
j E: SUAKES?
Main Street, next to C. T. Maaon'i Wotcb and
Jewelry Store.
WARE BOOMS UP STAIRS.
Octll [SJ _
TO TUE LAM?8.
Pall and Winter Opening.
Kisses J. & E. HcEUfftoe,
W3lW^^?Bn sh??
n*s be fceod ia a ?rat el?* MilliB?ry.I*4?ii*ah
LACK 8ET8. a?d ?rory eafioje hr t&t* tia?.
CHIGNONS, A?, A ae?eotod Maortaotot.
Ca^aarla aa4 a^aalao ff J^"?>
ma?a??i??aBr?j??,'^?M????T**a}?J?^^
^ ? A * ?Wer.S. C.
of^f^k* AW ?Mk^aotM afcaofcafPfllaofc ^Bo^Mfcw^afoV -a*>wB> oJIMeTetlaMo
TO THE PUBLIC.
TES UNDERSIGNED HAING ENLARGED
hia Wara Room, and baring lately pur?
chased a targa stock af
DESIRABLE FURNITURE,
would respectfully itirite bis friends and custo?
mers to pay bias . visit, and aaa ?hat ba ea? do
ia tba way of supplying them with such articles
as ooma ie bis line.
Be bas Bow oa hand a large ?apply ef various
styles of Peraltare.
-A tse
Window Shades, Pittare Frames,
Looking Glasses, ?U.r
ead is constantly receiving additions to bis stock.
Will order anytbiog which tray not be on head
to snit the wanta or taste of bis customers.
He continuas to manufacture any kinds of
Furniture ordered. All repairing done at short
notice, and will Re Caa? Chairs of all kinds ia
the bett manner.
Special attention given to all orders ia Uphol?
stering and Mattress Makiag as specialities ef
bis business.
UNDERTAKING,
Cofias af all kinds kept OD band, end prompt
personal attention given to orders for Funerals.
In all bis business transactions he will adhere
sti icily to the rule cf "Small profile far Cash."
ead hopes by bia atlen ?0:3 and prom; Incas to
receive a share of public panoosge.
Persons needing anything in bia line of busi?
ness, will do well to call end examine for them
aelvu before purchasing ekawbaee*
J. D. CRAIG,
Corner Main and Canal Streets,
Next above Clark's Hotel.
October 25_
Mrs, James P. Brennan,
Liberty Street.
RESPECTFULLY laroma ber friends and
customer* that she bee received and open?
ed a full and Complete Slock of
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, SHOES,
CROCKERY, TIN WARE, AC.
Aad a general assortment of Merehendise, for
fwiTtv ase.
She solkiits (be patronage of the peblic. feeling
asstsred that she eeo ofter ker Stock vf Goods et
very lo? pri?es fer cash.
Her stock was parchas nd ia tba Northers
Markets, ai
REDUCED PRICB3,
And those trading al her establishment, will bey
Cheap Goods, ead bo fairly dealt with.
Pet ll-_' _?rn
IsTO. .3
ps? m Jane,
TB I ONLY STRICTE?..;
Grocery and Liqnot Rox&e
IK TOWN"
ID, bega leave te
[ X ealtjh* atuatfaa ef hie Mead, aad eke
pa Wie gar-evally te bis
NSW AND WJ5LL SELECTED
STOCK ar
and Fancy ferries
eT^ktkbeeaVrs to? for CASA ONLY.
Al! articles ?rarraatsd as miaaaiaatd
jjar-^Pare Mm?cfctal Licjaers itft veastactty
*. B. ERSE UABT.
April lt t?
SUMTER
MARBLE YARD
rp HE mdersigned bering jost ree? ir ed ft fin
J. loi of
MARBLE,
8 PREFABED TO FURBISH
Monumental & Cemetery Work,
of ell kinds
ta a aseuer that ?ill compere favorably with
atty wor). io bu line. Having received a liberal
patronage heretofore, be continu?e to invita ail
who aay be deairoas of any thing ia his lina to
gire bia a cali.
He defis* eoropetttio? in price?.
?Sf Positively BO work deli re red io tb? future
an til paid for.
W. P. SMITH.
June 14-_
HOYT & FOLSOM,
WATCH MAKE ANO JEW ELERl,
MAIN STREET, SUMTER, S. C
WE, the undersigned, baring fffaeda ee
partaersuip. oe tba 5fh June, 1*71, ender
the eame ead ut) la of HOYT A FOLSOM. wwaM
respectfully announce V> the publie of Sumter,
aad the adjoining counties, that we are now pre?
pared to ex? cola all work entrusted to as with
promptness, ar .1 in a workmanlike mann. r.
OUR STOCK ?ill embrace the latest styles of
JEWELRY,
SILVERWARE,
SPECTACLES, kc
LADIES' AX? GENTLEMEN'S
WATCHES.
All cf whit h ?ill be sold at the lowest cash
prices.
OLIVER HOYT,
p. n. FOLSOM,
At Hort's Old Staud Main Street.
#9* Tbs gemeine DI AMOND SPECTACLES,
manufaetu-ed by J. E. SPENCER A CO., New
York, al atys ca bead.
CUTTUS, AC.
Fall and Winter Woe*.
D. I* WON, Ageat,
No? has in Store and Careful?
ly selected Stock of
F?U s,nd Winter Goods
WHICH HE GUARANTEES A8 1KPRB
SSNTED, SUCH AS
CLOTHING-Fi oe, Mediata ?ad Cearaeu
Clothe aad Cassi m or?*,
Pia? Lit Tweeds,
Shirts,
Breveta,
Under vasts,. .
** Glcvee ead Crarets,
r* , a^ajsesaa) law,
? . ollara:
8**?,
: Hajsletchiefs, Ac,
wbicb be pledges liimfel* fosen ?ew f?r ea
Oat. 4.
JOB WORK
EVEEY DESCRIPTION
PROMPTLY EXECUTED AT TEE
OFFICE OF
Tire Sumter Watchman,
-IK" THE
Highest Style of the Art.
DONT LET THE
Golden Opportunity Slip !
POSITIVE DRAWING
JA St? A RY 8, 1S72
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND
Inmugrati?n Gift Concerts
will rake place
WIT I/O UT FAIL
OB tbe dav appel: ted.
SECIRE TOUR TI? RETS AT ORCE!
?&-A\l Orders Strictly Confidential.-**^
2405 Q?fte, amouatiag tc.......$?0i>,0?n
The diane.j are unusually good-one ticket
in every sixty two is sure to draw a prize.
Orders for Tickets received up to the 5th of
January, after which time no nore TicKets will
fc?aoid.
"SINCfLk TICKETS $5 BACH.
NO POSTPONEMENT!
COMMISSIONS*? AP? SITERT?SORS or DRAWXS? :
General A. R. WRIGHT, of Georgia.
General BI'.ADLEY T. JOHNSON, of/Virginia*
Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, of South Carolina.
Hoa. RODGER A. PRYOR, of New York.
Great inducement and reduction ia price of
Tickets to Club*.
Remittance? caa be made to as, and tba tickets
will be dent by return mail by
BUTLER, CHADWICK. GARY & CO,
Charleston, S. C.. or oar Agents.
General II. C. Bc ruta. Joan CaaftWics.
General iL W. ?aar.
Dec 1?- _ ttj
J. E. REAR
XE? GOODS! WU COOBS!
F?LL AND REGULAR
O ^ S KT X I* Ct.
Hering recently returned from New York, I
most respectfully announce that my store if
regularly oponed, WITH FULL LINES
-OF
New Goods,
ComprLiog io part :
RICH BLACK AND COLORED
SIL.BLS,
CLOAKS, SUITS ?nd SHAWLS,
Dress Goods,
WHITE GOODS,
USt\8, EMBROIDERIES
Laces and Lace Goods,
Gloves, Hosiery.
AGENT FOR BARRIS'
"Seamless" Sid Gloves.
RIBBONS.
Fancy Goods,
Black Buttons,
AND TRIMMINGS.
-.ALSO
men ?AV) BKA CTJFCL
My entire Stock of FALL AND WINTER
GOODS Is" NEW, psrehaaed late, on mott ad?
vantageous terms, rod will bo offered at tho
lowest prices.
J. R. READ.
Sb. 263 King. O/tpos?te Hotel Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Dee. 50 _ 3m
~C7~H. DeLOEME,
?tra
Furehgntt. Benedict &Co.
1 StS KIXG-S?., CHARLESTON. 8. C.
Importera and Pealen ia
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods?
C ooAe, SknmU, llvierjt. JFirft'wee ami ?fratvae.
-tu? 1
badics' and Gentlentou's Parais' lng Goods.
A Spacial D?partaient fte
\ Carpet?, lingi, Mat?, Oil Cloth, Matting.
a-AScnr.s ?r Scut.xe??.
Furebgott, Benedict A Co. Cor. Kiar aad Cal
bonn Street*. C aar Wa ts?. S G.
Fart-bgott, Benedict A Co., Nu. JJ White Street,
New York.
Forfw'Ott, B*na?H(-t A Co., J ?ck noa villa, Florida
Doa? Iv
- - * ? .
Julias J. Fleming
A TTOUNET^ A T LA Wy
PAW aa Maia Street next to tbe Saanef
Book *'u?r?.

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