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VOL. XXI
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1871.
Tl sato o> BnnaoB Bt Dona, Fcrensea.-Vifg.
NO. 38.
DEVOTED TO Ll TER 4 Tl RE, MORALITY AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.
The Sumter Watchman
{ESTABLISHED IN 1850.)
ll ?DU1IIII
BVISHV W E?>_\ KSOA V nOKMIKC
AT SUMTER, S C.? BY
GKLBEltT & FLOWERS
Terms.
.$3 00
?Sil Month?.......mm?.ill in. 1 50,
Ibrsd m'.ni'.is......... ............. ;r...........*. 1 00
Advertisements inserted st the nt? of ONE
DO JLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per square for
the first, ONE DOLLAR for tbe second, and
PIETY CENTS for each subsequent insertion,
ft - tty period less than three months.
Obituaries, Tributes of Respect and ali com?
munications which subserve private interests,
??11 be pai'-' for ns advertisementa.
Written for the Watcbmsn.
catntsrnAs EVT?.
Tbs lamps ara lit, and tba Christmas blase
Glows warm on tba spacious hearth;
While children bask in the cheering rajs,
Acd high swells tbe tide of mirth.
Tb? ?rraadtnotbor sics 'mid the marr/ group,
With a quiet ead per s i ve air.
And watehes tba pranks of the no's? troup,
Ai they pWy 'round b?r favorite chair,
And tbe granar.;'ber's face all beaming the w*bi'.e j
Ia the opposite corner jon see.
Bespeaking a heart as free from all gails
A? Baby's, who clings to his knee.
The red berries poop from their biding place,
It the leaves of tho bolly green,
And tbe mistlotoa bough with meaning grace
Bsnds smilingly over the scene.
Pass tba parlor door, aud there may be found
Three friends that in busy gloe,
New gather tho articles scattered abound,
Kow give them a place on tho tree.
Ti? a borne full of gladness, and free from all care |
As e'er in this world yon will see.
Bot still must the thought that Viola is there
Enhance all its brightness to me.
go bare I'll forsake its attractions awhile,
In the regions of fancy to rove;
Where joy. hopa aod pleasure my spirit beguile, j
With wuheador her that I lore.
I
Clear are tho skies that are shining above thee,
Joy bolds a holiday now in thy heart ;
All ?bo come near, bare no choice bot to lore thea, j
Gentle and loving'and pare as thoa art
XL
Fall to the brim is tby cop of pleasure.
Lore fills tby hand with his offerings sweet;
Si? I would bring though in simplest measure,
Some"ittlo heart gift to lay at thy feet.
UL
Dall clouds >f smoke may be truly revealing
Warm gio sing fires tbe eye cannot tee,
So may my verse faintly shadow the feeling
Friendship bas kindled, Viola, for thee.
IV
If I have failed in the earnest endesror
To please ono so blc?t as already thou art,
Oh pardon mc th-.n, end accept here and ever
The love of a true and affectionate heart.
SIVA.
APPOINTMENTS
OF THE SO. CA. CONFERENCE!
FOR THE YEAR 1873.
CHARME STOK DlST-W. P. MoCZOST. P. E.
Trinity and Cumberland-tl ll Wells.
Bethel-J T Wightman,
Spring Street-R D Smart
( Berkley Ct-A G Gantt.
I St Paul's Mi?;?-J C Brandon, Supply,
j Cypres? Ct-W Carson.
( St Paul'? Miss-G Smith, supply.
Lower St George's Cl-A R Dunner.
St ticorge's Ct-?V A Clarke.
Bamberg Ct-P F Kistler.
WaUcrboro Ct-B G Jones, II D Green.
Coileton Ct-Thomas Raysor.
Allendale Ct--X E Wannamaker.
Yemassee Ct-G II Pooser.
( Dla.-k Swamp Ct-M L Banks,
j lkrdeeville 31 is?, J R Coburn.
ORANCEBC?G DIST- II. A. C WALKKR, P. E.
Orauget'iirg Sta-F Auld.
Eastern Orange Ct-C Wilson.
Provi.lenee Ct-J il Zimmerman.
St Matthew's Ct-T J Clyde.
Bra ch ville Ct-D J Simmons.
Edisto Ct-J L Silly ; R B Tar-ant, Sup'y.
liraham s Ct-J W McKay.
W?li-f.R Ct, J li .MuMebeau.
Aiken Misti?n.-Q J Griffiths.
Ureoitevills Mission, L C Loyal.
Upper Orange Ct-J S beasley.
Upper St Matthew's Ct, J J Workman.
OLcaais DISTRICT-WM. MARTI.*, P. E.
Washington Street-O A Da-by.
f Manoa Street-W D Kirkland.
( City Mission-To be supplied.
Columbia Ct-S P II Elwell.
HLbland Folk Ct, J K McCain.
WjnnsboTo Ct-J S Connor, sup'y.
Fairfield Ct-J T Kilgo. J A Chifl?n.
East Chester Ct-J M Boyd.
Chester Ct-J W Humbert.
Rock Hill Ct-J E Watson.
Yorkville Sta-A W Walker.
York Ct-L A Johnson, Sup'y.
Lexington Ct ?nd Misc-J C Miller,
f Leesville Ct-O W Gaflin.
( Upper Edisto Mis?.-To be supplied.
President Columbia Fema'e College, S B
Jones.
A^ent Colombia Female College, S U Browne
SI STER DISTRICT-W. H. FLEWSO, P. E.
Sumter Sta,-J M Carlisle.
Sumter Ct.-J A Porter, ooo to bo supplied.
Bisbopville Ct-S J Hill.
Camden Sta-R L Harper.
I Saetee Ct-Thomas Mitchell.
(Fulton Miss-C W Felder, ?upply.
Manning Ct-J B Platt.
Lynchburg Ct-L X Little, W A Bogers.
Timmonsrille Ct-L Wood.
Darlington Ct-J B Campbell,
f Cheraw Sta-A Coke Smith.
\ Westfield Crsek Miss-8 Jone?, M V Wood.
Chesterfield Ct- A .Ervin
Hanging Rock-Ct-T W Muunerlyo.
Zoar Cl sud Lynch'? Creek Miss-C A Piyor,
supply.
j Lancaster Sta~J R Little.
(Beile Air Ct-J F England.
MARMS Drawer-J. W Katir, P. E.
Marion Sta-W C P.iwer.
Marion Ct-W L Pegues.
Buck Swamp Ct-W W Jonas, D Tiller.
Little Kock Ct-J C Stull.
Bennettsrilie Ct-J A Mood, L M namer.
North Marlboro' Ct-E T Hodge?; R R
Pegues, sup'y.
Kingtree Ct- A Nettles.
Johnsonville Ct-J C Ransell.
I Liberty Chape] Ct-A J Stafford.
( Lynch'? Creek Ct-D W Seale.
Darlington Sta--A M Chreitsberg.
Georgetown Sta-A J Stokes,
f Bucksville and Conwayboro, C C Fi?bburno.
(Waecamaw Ct and Miss- W H Kirton.
Conwayooro Ct and Mia?,-R ?L Duffie, A C
Mann.
SPA STA ssa caa DIST-T. O. HSRBSRT. P. E
Spartanburg Sta-C H Pritchard.
Spartanburg Ct and Mu?-J C Crisp.
Cherokee Ct-To be ?applied.
Rieb HUI Ct-J F Smith, ?apply.
Paeolet Ct-J Lee Dixon.
Fair Foreet Ct-J B Wibma.
Uniooville Sta-S A Weber.
Goshen Hill Ct-N K Melton.
Belmont Ct-M A McKibben.
Clinton Ct-R 5 Wells.
Cane Creek Ct-T W Smith.
Laurens Ct-J B Tray wick.
President WoBord College-A M Skipp; Pro?
fessors, W Smith, A H Lester.
Editor Southern Christies Advocate-F M
Aeonedy.
Superintendent Carolina Orphan Home-R
C Oliver. Agent C O H, J H C McKinney.
CoMSBCRT DI?TRICT-H. M. Mood, P. E.
Cokesbury Sta-W W Mood.
Cokesbury Ct- J W Murray, H W Whitaker.
Abbeville Sta-W T Capers.
Abbeville Ct-R & DagoaTi.'
Lawndes ville Sta-A J Can then. C V Berm M.
?P y.
TostbliBg Shoals Ct-John Finger.
, "renwood Ct-Was Hotte : W H Lank?.
Bop y.
Sooth Abbev?ie Ct-G M Boyd.
Newberry Su-Manning Brown,
?enberry Ct-J L Seaford, D D Daotsler.
?Wi Selode Ct-G W M Creighton.
*?ge-?ld Ct-Wa> ?*oej??.
Cokesbery Sctool-G F tmmL fee*?,.
Oreen rill? gte-IJ Heyeardie.
?.?-Tille Oto-Jote A tu? ty,
Beena Vista arid Bates vii le-A B Stephana,
snp'y.
Koidviile Ci-TV Bowman.
Walhalla Ct-J W Dickson ; F M Morgan,
snp'y.
Pickeoirille Ct-O L Dorant
Will ia a o s tun,-R W Berber; J A Wood,
snp'y.
Seneca Ct and Misti-H Tyler, supply.
Brusby Creek, J Q Stockman, supply.
Anderson Sta-G T Hermon.
Anderson Ct ead Mis?,-D D Byan, W A
Hodges, inp'}.
Pendleton-DJ McMillan.
Choobee Ct and Mist-J C Deris
President Williamston Female College-S
Lander.
Transferred to Baltimore Conference, T A
Griffiths.
Sopennnnated Preachers-N Tally, J W
Townsend, W C Patterson, D Derrick, K J Pen?
nington, L Scarboro. John Watts, A MoCorqo
dale, A P Arant, J W Crider.
To thc Public of Sumter and ali
the Adjacent Counties?
Important Information-United States
. Court Practice.
Haring thoroughly investigated the presen1
Bankmpl Laws of ti e United Stat. ? B?W in force'
I am prepared promptly, and Ob reasonable
terms, to attend to this branch of practice. Ibo
fellowing infjra.aiion can be relied on :
Under the Act of 1867, and he Amendments
approved IOtb Jane, 1572, the Bankrupt when
discharged is allowed te retain two thousand
dollars worth of property, to wit: One Thousand
Dollars of his real estate, and one thousand dol?
lars of bis personalty, and this, unlike the pre?
carious and restricted benefit of the Homestead,
becomes his absolute estate, to dispose of as he
chooses, either by sale, gi't. devise or otherwise,
all bit debts effectually, and finally wiped out,
and be and bis family free from embarrassment
and annoyance.
I The last amendments insure the extinguish?
ment of all debts contracted prior to January
1st, 1669,and require payment by the Assignee
of only 50 per cent of the individual (not secu?
rity) debts of the bankrupt, contracted since tho
1st of January, 1669, if assets will nut cover
those of same elass prior to that date.
Col. E. M. Seabrook is now Register in Bank
rnptcy, resident in Sumter, wbicb gives unusual
facilities for this business.
Any further information can be bad on appli?
cation, either in person or by letter to
JULIUS J- FLEMING,
Attorney ut Law.
OS ce Main St., Sumter. S. C.
THE WARNING HAS BE KN HEEDED.
Since the exposure of tho attempts made by
certain unscrupulous local dmicr?, to palm off
their course astringents, made from cheep and
impure muUriali, in the place of the great na?
tional tonic, Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, public
opinion has set stmugly ogaiust ^theso empirics
and their preparations. Their occupation is
gone, or soon will he. When the light is let
into deception it soon wilts down. Person* who
trifle wtth their own health, hy using unknown
preparations, with no guarantee to sustain them,
when an established specific, proven by twenty
years experience to be exactly what it is claimed
to he, is within thuir reach, are ?ure k* repent
their temerity. Many hare fiore so in this in
itar.ee. but it is hoped tb?t ti e truth plainly
?poken has arrested tho evil. In the meantime
the demand for the leading protective nod
restorative medicino of America *a- never so
grrat ns it has been this season. From the fever
and ague districts of the west, south wes', and
south, it is literally overwhelming, and it may
be sai l of tho advices f flu ?ti parts of tho coun?
try of ?he cures it i? effecting in dyspepsia, U?
iou? complaints, and chronic constipation, that
"their nam? is ltgion." trerj where the sick
and feeble seem to have realised tho importance
of "holding fast that whi.b is good," and of
avoiding what is spurious and d infero is.
The numerous "Hitters." un 1er various rrj me?,
which mercenary dealers endeavor to nubstitute
for Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, ?hould be avoid?
ed, fur their own sakes, by the sie* ?od the pub?
lic at large. Il os tetter's Bitter? are proeuable
ii. bottles only, und never sol?] in hulk.
FOUTZ'8
CELEBRATED
HO Ol Mit Poite
? -<3-y* Tt.lt prepararon, one and favorablf
(?B9%$!?&\. kt>oB'n, w'U Uioroi ^lily re-invigorate
ttlLM^M K ?*0,:rn d"-'*"11 a,,(l ' "-spirited l.or>cs,
Waifl '"J" slrenirUirnine ^nd cleansing: th?
fl ll stomach and ininti ics.
Jnjp. Il ii a sar- pr-vet : i re of all di<eii?<f
^nS?B*Jia?;3' iuciil nt to Uii? anil tal, such aa Ll'Xti
FEVER. OLAICnEHS. VKLI.oV
WATER HEAVES. COCCUS. DIS
TEMPER, FKV BKS, FOrXHER, IS&_
LOSS O?' APPETITE ANI) VITAL /ir^??^
ENERGY, ftc ?U DM improve i j4fi?fe'32fi)
Hf ??od, increases tb/ apatite-- vTrV^V
gives esmooth and ghxsy skin-am. J*/
transforms t*ie mi?.-rab!e sk?"letoi> -j??t*^^?
lutoa fine-looking and ?pl -itel liar.v; ??26c?*Stf^
To keepers of ^ow? this prrptra?
tion is inraluatlt. It it a ture pre?
ventive against itindsrpnst. Hollow
I Horn.etc. H. hst been proven by
[actual expcriniri t to increase the
' q ian y cf toitk *D4 C-'<!C twenty
^pcrcv-t. asd make U<e butter firm
and sweet, ta ?tt-.-rinr cattle, f
fives ttwra aa appetite, loosens tlx I tide, and mille?
them thrive much faster.
In all disease? of Swin?. such ai Cenjtis. ricers ia
the Luar?. Liver, ftc, this article act i
as a specific By putting from one
half a paper to a paper la a Harret o f I
swill the above di>ea?^s will b?r radi
eated or entirely preveo Od. If jrlveiv
In tine, a certain preventive awl
eure for toe Hog* Citolera.
DATIB E. IFOITTZ, Pioprieior,
liaLTIJK RE; 914.
Vor ?ale by Druggists and Storekeepers throughout
tba United States, Canadas tad South America.
<M AAA BEffABD
Ai lllllIror anT c?-e of Blind. Bleedinr,
Yl?VVVi,eh|nf 0P rjieeraled Pilte that D
BUG'S PILC BEHEST fails to rare. It is pre?
pared expressly t? care the Piles, end nothing
elsa. Sold by all Druggists, Price $100.
I. A. MeKAOEN, Agent, Sumter, t?. C.
Kev tj ly
W Ml de ii & Jones.
COTTON AND
PTA VAL STORES FACTORS
MARSHALL'S WHARF,
East End Calhoun Streev,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?tW Liberal ul reeces mads on ail consign
meats.
.mt ll fal
TEE REFEREE,
Best Advertising ?fediom Sot?t?t,
PUBLISHIB *mv0t $i A TSAX
F. I3U?IME ?UBBBC,
New Advertisements.
Agents Wanted for Cobbin'?
Childi Commentator
ON THE BIBLE, for tb? HOME CIRCLE.
1,200 paget. 250 Engravings. The best enterprise
of tbe year for agents. Every family wUl bare it.
Nothing like it now published. For circulars ed.
dreei H. S. Gool SP?ID A Co., 37 Park Bow,
New York._
BOOK AGENTS now nt work, or looking for
nomo nsw boot, should write nt once for
circular? of the 'cost selling books published.
Extraordinary inducements offered. Superb
premium* given away. Particulars free. Ad?
dress QUEEN CITY PUBLISHING CO., Cin?
cinnati. Ohio. _
DOORS, m\m, MM
Send for Illustrated Catalogne te
BRADLEY A CURRIER,
54 A 56 Dey St., New York.
TRICKS ANd TRAPS OF AMERICA.
Would you avoid being "bit" by Rogues, Swin?
dlers and Humbugs ! Read thc "Star Spangled
Baoner." A large, illustrated 40-column 8 page
paper, Ltdgtr sise. Splendid Stories, Sketches,
Tules, Pcems, Wit, Humor, Puzsles, Recipes,
Ac li th year. $1 a year, witb elegant Prang
Chromo, "Autumn Leaver," free to all. ONLY
$1. Try it orce. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Agents wanted. Outfit FREE. Specimens, Ac,
for s cents. Address "BANNER," Hinsdale,
N. H.
KEIDVILLE
FEMALE COLLIol.
$1 ?. fr Ono Hundred and Sixty-Five Dol
1 KJ't) lari will pay Board and Tuition io
this Institution for ten Calendar months. Ad
drees TIIOS. WARD WHITE, Reidville, Spar?
enburg District, S. C. Spring term opens
February ls
1873 JUBILEE 2 1871
Better than Pictures is the
New York Observer,
The Cit?t American Family Newspaper.
$3 a Year with the Jubilee Year Book.
SIDNEY E. MORSE A CO.,
37 Park Row, New York.
SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY.
THE WEEKLY SUN.
ONLY $1 A YEAR. 8 PAGE3.
The Best Family Psper.
The Bru Agricultural Piper.
The Best Political Paper.
The?Bt*t Story Paper.
Tne ??cst Fashion Report
Tbe Best Cattle Mark. ..epurts.
Th e Best General Market Reports.
Tho.'Bcet Paper Every Way
THE WEEKLY NFW YORK SUN. Eight
pages, 56 columns. $1 a year, or less than 2 j
cents a number. Sen 1 your dollar.
Address THE SUN,New York City.
$5 to $20
per day! Agents wanted!
All elasses of working peo
pie of either sex. young or old. make
more monov at work for os in their spare n o
menis, or nil the tim?, than at any thine else.
P?ri?colar? Tree. Address G. STINTON A CO.,
Portland. Maine
If Toarrsab =
-.CLABKE. M. ?.. MU Vernie. Ollie
BUILDING FELT
(No Tar u oj.i) for outside work and inside in
s'ead ef plaster. Felt carpeting, ?c. Send 2
stamps for circular and samples.
C. J. FAY. Camden. N. J.
?SIMMONS
This unrivalled Medicine ia wari anted not to
contain a single particle ol Ma-Rconr, or any
injurions mineral substance, but is
PURELY VEGETABLE.
For forty years it baa proved its great vain? in
all diseases of tb? Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
Thousands of tba good and great in all parts of j
tba country voseb for its wonderful and peculiar
power in purifying tba Blood, stimulating the
torpid Liver and Bowels, ana imparting new
Life and Vi cor to the whole system. SIMMONS'
LIVFR REGULATOR is acknowledged to have
no equal sen
LIVFR MEDICINE.
It contains four medical elements, never united 1
in tbe same happy propoition in any other pre- I
paraMou, vit : a gentle Calkario, a wonderful
tooie,a3 unexceptionable Alterative and n cer?
tain Corrective of ali impurities oi tba body.
Such signal success has attended its use, that |
it is now regarded as lb?
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for Liver Complaint end th? painful offspring
thereof, to wit : Dyspepsie. Constipation, Jaun?
dice. Billious attacks, >kk Headache, Colic De
pression cf Spirits, _our Stomach, Heart Barn,
Ac, dc.
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS ANO FEVER.
SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR
Ia Manufactured only by
J. H. ZEILIN A CO.
Maeea, Gc, and Philadelphia.
Price $1 00 >er package; sent bj mail, poe?
tag? paid, $1 04. Prepared ready for nea $1 00
aad $1 50.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
J*"* Beware of ali Counterfeits and Imita?
tions.
.Dee ll_asa
ESTABLISH?D1868
[Danie! E Silcoz.
FURNITURE WAREROOM&
175, 177 ? 179 Kieg St.
t? CHARLESTON, g. c.
GOODS CAREFULLY
ISiA? i. TOGEN,
GENERAL
Merchandizing
TUE SUBSCRIBER WOULD RES?
PECTFULLY inform tb* noe, that he
ha* opened at the Store, on h.. IN STREET,
formerly occupied bj
CAPT. L P. LOBING AND NOW
BY MR. ELISHA ( ARSON,
A??IT ron mr
Wando Wining & Hanuiaclurinf Ce,
H. will conduct a general MERCHANDIZING
BUSINESS, and will keep on hand a fall sup?
ply of
DRY GOODS,
HARDWARE,
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
Beady Made Clothing,
aud every article adapted to
Plantation and Family Use.
Ail be dcalrea is an examination of bis Stock
and Prices.
COTTON.
Will bor Cotton or maka liberal' ad runes ea
all ictrnsled to bis care for Shipment
Y. ?. BUTLER,
MAIN STREET,
S;pt 25 #j Sumter, S. C.
PACIFIC WANO COMPANY'S
(CAPITAL $1,000,000)
S & L ? B L ? ?ACIf It GlAXO.
TI.IS GUANO i? now so wall known in all tba
Southern Sutes fur ita remarkable effects
a? an ag'-ncy fur increasing the products of la?
bor, na not to require special reccmiaicndation
from us. Ii. use for aeren years past has es
tablii bed ita cb ?rac-ter for eltabla excel ?er.ee.
Tbe ;?rg. fixed capital invested by tbe Company
in tb ..trade afford? tbe surest guarantee of tba
continued excellence ?>f thia Gonno.
Tba Seppliea put into market this season are,
as heretofore, prepared nader tb? personal super?
ing deaee of I'r. St. Julian Ravenel, Chemist
of ths Company, at Charleston, S. C., Lenee
plantera may rest assured that ita quality
and composition is precisely tba same aa that
heretofore sold.
J. N. ROBSON,
Seitiag Agent. Charlestoa 8. C.
JNO. S. BL? ESE A CO..
General Agents, Baltimore,
"enai- $48 cash; $53 time, without in?
tet ci t
To accommodate plantara they caa order now
and bava until tbe 1st of April lo decide as to
whe-her they will take at time or easb pries.
Whan delivered from the Factory bj the carload
on drayage will be jbarged.
Hov 27 _?m_
WILMINGTON
ii
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M ACHI IS E.SHOP,
No. 17 SOUTH FRONT Sr.,
WILMINGTON, ft. C.
DEAL5RS and Manufacturers et Steam En?
gines, Psaaat and "thar Machines, Gin
Gear ;ng. Grist and o thar Mills,
BROOK'S COTTON PRESSES,
TURPENTINE STILL8 ead ail hindi of
CASTINGS and MACHINERY,
?ada aad repaired. Alan
Packing and Belling, Gea, Steam and Water
Pipes, with Fix taros, and a? articles usually
fouud in a MACHINE ??UPPLY STOKE.
Aise, a great varier? ef Weed Mouldings,
Bracket*, Newell Posts, Stair Railing, Aa,,
af the Latest Pa ?erna.
We here a great variety af Patterns, which we
furnish Castings fr?ta free ef charge fur the
Patteraa.
PB? Ornamental Fencing and Ire? Railing
furnished to ardor. Jftf
HART A HAILEY.
Octl_im_
FURNITURE! FUBMITURE!
_____
te WHITE
No. ft BASEL BTRJOCT,
IS BOW BECKiTiSO A NEW SUPPLY Of
ALL KINDS OF
WAKEnEIJK' CLOSET,
n*OTl7 0W?hi(*daia. elsi*? to give satis.
Oa ta ?WHITES? Ihr jpn ?f ?*J?iCU fe
tbs ward aO ort? the Stet?,
Blacksmith, Kg,
WHEEL .??GHT?S6,
B epa im g of Carriages,
BUGGIES, &C.
Tb? ?ubseriber woaldresp ectfully inform tho
citizens of Sam ter, sm! .tba adjoining Coontie?
that be is ap? located on Republican, near Malo
Street, where be !? fully prepared te ezecate all
woik entreated tc his care, with aeatnoea and
dispatch.
Ho will do th? work of
BLACKSMITHING
In all of its Varied Bl anches,
Horse Shoeing, &c.
Wheel Wrighting,
Fainting and trimming
of Carriages and Buggies
In the most Approved style
and finish.
HI? term? will be ?web aa to suit the times ?ad
satisfaction guaranteed in. every ease.
The improred R?bel!? Sab Foil wb'wh can be
attached to any Plough, will he manufactured at
bia ahop, and ordora left with bim will receive
prompt attention. W. C. bTANSILL.
Dec ll-3m _
GROCERIES,
Wines, Liquors,
Tobacco, Segars, &c.
FILANS F TIECHER,
Liberty, Near Hain Street,
Has received a fresh Sorely of GROCERIES,
and the best qual-ty LIQUORS, which will be
aold at reasonable price?.
He invites the publie to call and oxamine bis
Stock, and test the quality of bi* Wine. Whis?
key and Brandy, both domestic aod imported.
-AL30,
His choice Assortment of TOBACCO and
oKGAES.
CALL AT
FRANK F. TEICHEE'S
Liberty, Near Main Street.
Fresh Cincinnati Lager
Beer Always on hand.
Oet 2
TAKE NOTICE !
LOOK TO 10UR INTERESTS,
FAMILIES OF SUMTES !
HE Subscriber f?r th? ?penal areoniraoda.
X (ion ol the FAMILIES, a n? tbe public gea.
?rally, of bunter, bas taken a ?itali ia tb?
Market.
II? witt receive regular auppliea of
Fish, Fish Roes, Oysters,
SAUSAGKS, Ac.
ALSO
Apples, Oranges and every variety of\
Fruit, offered for cala ia the
Wilmington Market.
As ?J? rons on the train, bwtween thia place
and Wilmington, -every oiber doy, port?os or ?
femme* desiring any article purebared tn th*
Wilmington markst, eon entrust their order* to
bisa. U? guarantees promptness aad a reasona?
ble advance only on the original cost prices.
?&T Try ma and r?c<?rntn*3nd ?ne ss VOQ find
?e. EDWARD HOWELL,
Oct 20 Sumter Market.
TO THE PEOPLE
OF SUMTES COUNTY.
IAM ONE OP YOU. AND DkSIBB* TH AT
you may know that I bave received at my
?tor?, on MAIN STREET, my stock of
Fall aad Winter Goods.
I invito aitaation to my assortment of
Dry Goods,
Groceries,
Hats and Shoes, &c,
wlich will be ?cid at Reasonable Prices.
Jost come along with the cash aad I will do
ibo? good.
I bar? made arranoo ants to heap constantly
on band a ?apply of
IBISH POTATOES, CABBAGES, ONIONS,
and s fell supply of
FAMILY VEGETABLES.
Glee ?a? a eal! oaf yon will 1? well waited
?poa.
HENEY W. HACBSY..
Opposite J. T. Solomons,
Oe? Iff Rainier, R C.
PALL AND WINTEK
Millinery.
Misses X & ?. HcEUiose,
yf^e. SUMTER, 8. C,
?flBllWi Having reeeoriy reta mod frons tb?
H HHeeth ?feb a choice aeteetioa of
WSsf Millinery Goods,
jfff iavito tho attrattoeT of their Coe.
tossers to th? opaaiag of their
Fa?? as? Winter Stoek
Oar Stork of MLLINSRYaad Faaey Goods,
cabraees tho 1*1 wt aad taoet atshfeeabto
?J&* _
UA? BvNBSTi, BA SB RIBBON ABD
BTBBONSefeltwHtbi, C&lGSONS,
Bos?cc^^
rtnatT '?*^t?^^/^ '
I 0*1 lt 4k?K^aVC.
J. D. CRAIG,
SUMTER, S. C.
ESTABLISHED 1856.
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE UNDERPINNED HAVING ENLARG'B
hil WAT* Looms, to as to enable him to
keep on hand constantly, a full aad complete
assortment of
DESIRABLE FURNITURE
Would respectfully invite hit Iriends and cus?
tomers to visit his establishment and exe nine
his supply or raricus styles of FURNITURE,
received by recent arrivals.
He is confident that his stock is the labtest
end mest compl?te ever offered to the Sumter
trade, and embraces the most improved styles of
FURNITURE.
Window Stades, Picture Fraiaes,
Looking Glasses, ?c,
A large supply of the most improved pateros
received and for sale at reasonable prices. He
continues to manufacture any kind of Furnitur*
ordered. All repairing dine at short notice.
UPHOLSTERING AND MATTRESS
KAKING.
Special attention given to Upholstering and
Mattress Making
UNDERTAKING*
Coffins of all grades and styles, of bis own
make,, and from the best manufacturers always
on hand. Prompt personal attention given to
all ordi-rs for. fuserais, and every effort will be
made to give satisfaction to bis patrons.
J. D. CRAIG,
Corner Main and Canal Streets, j
Next above Clark's Hotel.
Oct. Itt-.?m._
J. E. SHARES'
FURNITURE
Ware Rooms.
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS BUILT
I A LARGE
FURNITURE STORE,
05 MAIN SEREET,
in connection with bis Upper Room, which bas
given bim great facilities for keeping a Large
Stock of
*bi?*h the publie generally are invited to call and
examine before purchasing, as they may find it
to their advantage.
His Stock ta cMreet fmra the Manufacturers,
and not second banded, and saving to bis casto
mers ono profit. His work ic made ot hard
wood and not soft pine, and the Chairs and other
Furniture are put op in bis shop, he eeo lhere
fore recommend bis Stuck of Furniture to his
customers
He also keeps
Window Shades, Wall Taper,
Picture Frame?, Looking Glass es,
Spring and other Mattresses,
Looking <i!a?s Plates refitted to frames.
Cabin?! work done. Furniture neatly and
carefully repaired.
J. E. SUARES,
Main Street, eaxt tu C. T. Mason's Watch and
Jewelry Store.
Nov fi_tf
FASHIONABLE MILLINER?
AND
PASSY GOODS,
DRESS MAKING, &o.
'pilE LADIES AND ALL PERSONS wilb?
la ia s to parchase
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
are invited to call and examine
MISS BRITTON'!?
Kew end varied Stock fur tba FALL and WIN?
TER, selected from both Dal ti ian re aad New
York Markets. Tba etyle? er? pretty and
becoming, thc High Crown being the noel pop?
ular aa4 faabi'ioable *4 lb? ?eason, having
thrown tb? Fast Dully Yardea of laat Summer
ia the shade.
Bridal Hats ead Bonne*?, ia variety and
quality, aiwaya aa bead fur sale. Price very
reasonable.
DRESS MAKING
orador ted aa heretofore. Style? aad Patterns
Krcd at Botterick's, vf Near Turk, the great
r ef Fashions for this coen try. Dresses
will be made te ceder ar fitted ?ad basted ts
persons may prefer with the aid of Stager's NX
1, Improved Machine, t? do the b*ao?ifel stitcb
iag oa yowr fine ?ilk ar worsted dreeves.
MISS BRITTON keep? e-mstactlj at work a
Fir?? Claas Milliner, wno ? ena Ired ber trad* ia
Liverpewl. ead baa worked ia maa j of th?
largest eitiee North. ^
mtm fpat C?UIGE
COLUMBIA, & C.
jm. WILL BK OPENED. JASUAR?
*?j3?| 1ST , WITH A FULL CORPS OJ
eJBjr EXPERIENCED TEACHERS,
Halts for UM?sttilur,
Half-yearly ia Advance: 4
B ard, including Washing. Lights and]
1W. together wit* Tait J.* ie Re*- .
alar Celles? Conran, par S?*wlast?e
Year of Klee leewb;;.,^-^.|3ti?M
y,^!tSl^^J0m Presides*,
Cen of ..Christie? Jtotise**
!foe.U,t/.~ Colatnhifc/P. ?
TJLAJI?f J005S on band aad ?M. te order
JJ rf^r**^|?e^?vn^
^*ktfc " tW, Op^te SiLtoU. lintel
Oat IO
DEY GOODS
BOOTH MD SHOES.
HATS AND CAPS.
3V<X? 11 i ri ?:r y
-t 2?D
Dress-Makihg,
All these new, fresh,
cheap, and np to the
highest possible stan?
dard.
dall and see how the
people appreciate our
efforts to serve the mu?
tual interests of bnyei
and seller.
E. C. SHIVER & CO.,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
November 20
REMOVAL.
B. R. NASH,
Wh?tesnle and hetail Dealer- in
Manufactured Tobacco,
SEGARS, AC,
SUMTER, S. C.
Har? removed lo ? heir New Store, tr. th? Market
Building, opposite tbe C ?ort ?louie,
where they will be pleeaed to rc? their friend*
and custotaera ar heretidnre. .
Always on bani
CUE wi NC; TOBACCO,
OP KVKRT GR-DB.
PRIPE OF DURHAM ?nd. other b'tnes
SMOKING TOBVCCC. 4?, A?.
Alco a pn.d ?upi ly ?f
Xorih Carolina Jiyr and Corn Whitk-ie*.
Pea?-h and Xpple Brine ira,
Groeerie?, Liquors, ie.,
Tobacco whoUaalid at Man jfaetnrera Preea.
Bnyera will do well tn examine nor *!?ek be?
fore purchasing. Orders promptly attended to.
Aug 7_
CLOTHING,
CLOTHS, &C.
D. tl. WINS. Agent,
f VIT OU LD respectfully announce to hie olo
I ff enatoutera and the puMic in general, that
j ha now baa in atore, a Lage i ad carefully select
j nd stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
?hieb ha guarantees na re pre? bitted, ?eeh aa
Ready Made Clothing-Fino, Medium ? Com?
mon.
Cloth? and Cjaaimavna,
X Inn lot Tvewdea and N* C. Goans.
Shirt?,
I Collara,
Dm worn,
Undervaata
Seehs,
Snape? dara,
Glove* and Cravat?.
Hankerchiafa, Xe-,
H? ?ells for CASH, ?nd ?rith an esperones o!
?tor? th?? twenty year* in norina:, he will ?el
thew? good? l?w?r than can be purchased els?
whrre ra tbla market.
Sdt" Call and examine. .
Oct ld_tf
3,000Fruit Trees,
FOR SALK
PRACH, (fine) Apple*, Pioatba.
rear? .?ad Figs. Also a
Fe? Grapea.
1 Pri?e ?ft. 1*4 30 etat*. Vatrwnlea Home
-VUt he pleased tu rweeivj ?rdsm
W ft MELiRTT.
* **** Sunbury. 8 C.
'j!foj.Yoiir< Wriung Paper, kc
at thc Sttniter Book Store.
JOB WORK
-or'
EVERY DESCRIPTION
PROMPTLY EXECUTED AT TBS
OFFICE OF
The Sumter Watchman
JN TUE
Hilliest Style of the Art.
_____
Cheap CasbShoe Store
Has just Received the Largest
and most complete stock
-OF
BOOTS ANS SHOES
Ever Rrntt?ht to this Market.
BULTMAX & BROTHER,
MAIN STUFET, SUMTER, S. C.
WE OFFER FC? it SALE a superior ttoe
Gentle-en's Ladies' and Muses'
B?ou. i hoes and Gaiters, .
Manu arturod to ourorder, and which will h
sold FOR LK<S MONEY TIUN EVER Bl
FORE, FOR CAMI ONLY.
Al: ot which ne ruarantse, and will Repa
fie? of charge, if ihe work rip* within a rui?n
HOI* time.
--tao,
A nice'ttock ?I Children's and Infants'Shoes, and
Ladies' und Gentlemen's Robber Overshoes
We intend toseil at the lowest possible fig-ore.
and only for c isb. ?nd invite an examination at
nur goeds and pri?es1.
We ke- p alway, on band, Calf Skins, Leather
and F indira*, ?nd will manufacture Boots end
Shoes nt ?hort not ce, and in a superior manner.
Ocj- 2.
PBU.IT THEES.
ORNAMENTAL TBEES.
SHRUBS HOSES, BULBS
Eve;greeus,
Flowering Plants, &c.
Fruitlar.d Nurseries,
Augusta j Ga.,
P J EKRCKMANS, Proprietor.
ORDERS RECEIVED BY
J. W. DARGAN, Agent, Sumter, S.C
CU and gel descriptive catalogues and hand
in your orders ea ri j'.
fS!" There are no Peddlers connect
the above establishment, and we
public against par? baaing TREES
from any such persons.
?up. 28-tf.
STILL ZN THE RING.
Re-established at Lis old Stand. (Late Ex?
press Ofive.)
Choice Selectioo'of
?T____ "VV'_E_HiJr*. "_T,
and the rhoiee_t assortment of
Pocket Cutlery and Scissors,
in town, and fir sile at reasonable prices.
Agent for tb? HOWE SEWING MACHINS.
All w?rk done ic an honest and Workmanlike
manner.
F. II A LT OM FOLSOM,
WATCHMAKER A;.D JkWELER.
SU.\i TER, S C.
ptr The iN>lebrsited dinmond ?nd other styles
>f s;<eetnrl.-s s:?ur* va b ?nd
Marri. 39-1 m
O. Jp . HOYT,
WATCHMAKER AK9 JEWELER,
JUAY S SR ?'ET, SUMTER, S. t
'Elie u_dorst*ni'<i has now on hand and ta
.ouatant ty rtceivin_ a Large assort*
* ' m?;_t of
JEWELRY,
SILVERWARE.
SPECTACLES, fcc.
LA MK?* AND JBNTLKMKX'A THATCHES.
MloiwbWh ?ill he awid ?vt tbe. h, ?st eam_
irfraa.
' WeteWnnd T. *e'.ry i>e?fr?d with.-j.re and
it n vwrv l-w ra*?.
Aprils
Ff n S ^irs aw [ Tobacco
At Tit? &?e":ej| li;>o_ ?tor?

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