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TUESDAY, AUGUST 2.
Tue Money Order Delivery is Open everyday
daring the week, from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.
Sootbern and Northern Mails close T.30 P.
M. Both Mails Open SA. M.
Sa nd ays-Bo th Mails close at 6 P. M. Gene?
ral Delivery Open from"18 to 9 Al M.
Arrivals and Departures of County Mails.
Bishop ville Mails arriveon Monday's Wednes?
days and Fridays, 12 M., andleave 1. P.
M. same days.
Smithville and Providence Mails arrive
n Mondays, Wednesday's and Fridays, at 12
'., a id leave 2 P. M. the same days.
JNO. A. WHITTEMORE, P. M.
LEONARD W. CORBETT, Assistant P. M.
Miss Susan Emma McQueen, the oldest
pJpM daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. McQueen,
died on Sunday night last, of galloping con
H sumption. She was of a sweet and modest
L disposition and was loved by all who knew
f her. May the more than afflicted parents con?
sole themselves when they realize that she is
fl^w adorning ;he existence she was original
. Mrs. M. A. Bogers, relict of the late Wm.
Bodega, of Bishop ville,, died of consumption
^o/rp&Uy night last, at the residence of ber
jriother, ?rs. Watson, in this place. The
fanerai services of the deceased will take place
at the Methodist Church to-morrow morning
at ten o'clock.
Mr. Stuart Chandler of Concord neighbor?
hood, died yesterday morning of consump?
Yesterday being Sale-day our streets bad a
few- more persons on them than is asnal for
this season of the year. Most of them seemed
to have little or no business other than to
hear or tell wofal accounts of this year's
The Sheriff disposed of the following tracts
of land : 80 acres sold to John T. Muldrow,
for Si00 ; 100 acres sold to Blaoding & Blen?
ding, for $25, and one horse sold to same
parties for $10 ; 1300 acres sold to Hayns?
worth & Cooper for $500 ; 402 acres (Marden)
sold to J. S. Sumter for $2,100-one-third
.cash and the balance on two years' time.
Heal Estate. Transfers
Filed in the office of Register of Mesne Con?
veyance for Sumter-County, from the 23d to
the 30th July, 1881:
^ Joseph B. Tindal to James H. McFaddin
deed to 1 lot in the town of Mayesville, on
the S. E. side of East Main street, $250.
^: J- The Normal Institute.
i The following named persons left yesterday
'morning to attend the State Normal School,
which opened to-day in Greenville, S. C. :
?' ' Mrs. L. E. Steinmeyer, Misses Ulrica Dinkins,
Mary Mason,-Adele Osteea. Bettie Raffield,
I ' "Hou Hudson, Lina McLeod, Alice Warren,
a %. Addie Chandler and Mr. Robert Hudson.
- Indictments against the following parties
^ /rare in the Sheriff's office'awaiting service:
. Harmon Harrin-assaulLand threats ; Peggy
|^ Fulmore-assault and battery ; Tom McFad?
din-breach of the peace ; John Sweats-as?
sault and battery and breach of the peace ;
Frank Dinkins-refusing to work the public
highway ; Lina Evans-assault and battery ;
L ^Ar**P Weeks-breach of the peace ; Eugenia
Harrison-breach of tbe peace.
' Base Ball.
The "Farmers" of Lynchburg, and the
""Athletics" of Mayesville, will cross bats on
*~ Tuesday next, August the 9tb, at three
o'clock on the grounds of the latter. A cor?
dial invitation is extended to all those who
would like to see an interning game played.
A glass ball shooting will occupy the re?
mainder, of. .the evening, after the game is
played. j^?? '.
We are informed by a correspondent,
writing from Shiloh, that a large alligator
was recently killed in the mill pond of Mr.
A. M. Woods. The beast had been for some
time a terror to those who frequented the pond
and the letter, (which we intended to publish,
but regret to say that it was misplaced, ) gave
a humorous account of a regatta between
friend Woods and the "gator," ia which the
former congratulated himself in barely get?
ting to land in time to save his bones, after a
hard paddle. We hope to hear from our
Shiloh correspondent soon again, and prom?
ise to be more careful of his letters. He com?
plains of dry weather aral short crops.
Honored and Blest.
When a board of eminent physicians
and chemists announced the discovery that by
combining some well known valuable remedies
the most wonderful medicine was produced,
which would cure such a wide range of diseases
that most all other remedies could be dis?
pensed with, many were ?keptical ; but proof
of its merits by actual trial bas dispelled all
doubt, and to-day the discoverers ofthat great
medicine, Hop Bitters, are honored and blessed
by <U1 as benefactors.-Democrat.
We call the attention of oar readers, espe?
cially to the advertisement, ia to-day's paper,
of the Manning High School, and say, by
way of cornaient, that we know not of a
better preparatory School in this section of
country.. Parents, guardians and those un?
der whose special care the young are given,
will be consulting their own interests and the
future welfare of their wards by patronizing
this fine High School.
Judge Buchanan, Lawyer, Toledo, says:
"One of Prof. Guilmette's French Kidney
Pads cared me of lumbago and kidney disease
in three weeks time. My case had been given I
np by the best doctors as incurable. During !
all this time I suffered untold agony and paid j
out large sums of money
Crude Turpentine Booming.
The buyers of crude turpentine were
on their mettle this morning. The mar?
ket, after sales at ?2.65, was run up to
33.IO, with sales of 50 barrels at that
price; $2.65 was the first quotation, I
L which was bettered by a bid of ?2.75, I
?hen another buyer said he would give i
, .??-; - thea another offered ?3.05 ; |
then the ?3.00 bidder went a little bet- j
ter-and offered ?3 10 per barrel, at ;
which price 50 barrels were sold to him ; !
$3.10, was then offered by the same bid- j
dor'tor 1?0 or 500 barrels. The mar- !
feet seemed to be in quite a feverish
state and the competioo seemed to be j
between the city distillers and parties
who buy on Northern or foreign orders,
to ship.- Wilmington Review, July 30.
The Kershaw Gazette learns that
whiskey is being sold openly at Smith?
ville, just below the Sumter and Ker?
shaw line, in violation of law. The
County Commissioners of Sumter
County have refused to grant licenses
for nearly two years past, yet the law
is permitted to be violated.
We are sorry to see that Senator Hill,
of Georgia, has been so unfortunate as
to be obliged to have a surgical operation
performed upon his tongue, which was
eo diseased as to require the removal of
tue sublingual gland and a portion of
tie under surface of thc icft side of
B RIE FL E TS ,
The Sumter Advance made its appears
on Saturday last.
There are seventeen prisoners in our Cou
Jail ; thirteen males and four females.
In the past week five colored children b
died in this County.
Mrs. Jas. D. Blanding left this morning
Rev. A. Mciver Fraser preached at
Presbyterian Church on Sunday morn:
The usnal service at the Baptist Church <
be expected on Sunday next, as Rev. C.
Brown will be borne oe Friday morniog.
From the 15th of December last to the fi
of this month over two hundred Arrest W?
rants have been issued, and Sheriff Wilder 1
arrested three hundred and fifty persons.
The excavation for the foundation of I
Bellemonte Cotton Factory was begun t
morning. Mr. Davis, the contractor, is maki
every effort to have the building oomp'el
as soon as possible.
Over a hundred and twenty-five hands 1
Sumter yesterday afternoon, ad pedem. :
Foreston, where, under the direction of 3
M. H. McLaurin and others, they will co
menee work immediately upon the Soc
Carolina Central Railroad.
Ho, for Henderson ville I This morning 1
following parties left Sumter for Henderse
ville: Capt. J. D. McFaddin, Capt. T.
Dick and family, Miss E. P. McFaddin a
Mr. R. C. Blanding.
On Saturday Dight last, some unkno\
party of the Stotch free persuasion, enter
the premises of Mrs. Ann China, and reduc
the turkey family by taking and carrying
four of them. Mr. Albert Weeks has sin
re-captured three of the turkeys, which t
thief had sold to Mrs. Culp.
We greeted with much pleasure yesterd
evening our esteemed friend, Mr Arth
O'Neill, of Charleston, who is now in Sui
ter on a short visit to friends.
To get a warm shake of the hand from ;
old friend is a pleasure that only the hes
can tell of. This we experienced Saturd:
evening last on meeting Mr. B. R. Nash, w!
is home again for a few days.
Mrs. Dr. C. R- F. Baker ritnrned fro
Washington Sunday morning last, whitb
she bad been summoned to the bedside of h
dying brother, the late Col. John C. Burc
Secretary of the United States Senate. V
are sorry to learn that she arrived too late
find her brother alive.
The Purcell House was the head-quarte
for the Sumter boys while io Wilmingto
and they became so infatuated with its ma
agemen*. that some of them came very ne
over-staying their time. Tbe Purcell
every respect is a first class Hotel. See a
The Sumter District Conference of the M. ]
Church convened on Thursday last at Lai
caster, S. C. Rev. T. G. Hurbert, P. E., pr
sided. A more harmonious* and pro fi tab
meeting bas never been held. Prayers wei
offered by the Conference for the recovery i
the President, and his restoration to heall
and strength, if consistent with Divine will.
The readers of the Watchman who have b
come interested in Mr. Brown's account <
his trip to Canada, will have to wait unt
next week for "Ontario and the St. Lawren<
River," which came to hand too late for th
One of the chief attractions tbat oar Cap
tai has to offer to parties pa slog through
from different points is the rare treat an
pleasure of stopping at the Wright's Hote
Drummers on Saturdays often will pass man
of their business points in order that the
might make Columbia to spend Sunday-no
that they love Columbia-but the excellen
accommodations al this first-class House.
. **The Gods Help
those who help themselves/' and Nature invari
ablj helps those who take Warner's Safe Kid
ney and Liver Cure.
IT IS FOUND AT LAST.
SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN.-A new er
is dawning upon woman. Hitherto she ha
been called upon to suffer the ills of mankiui
and her own besides. The frequent and dis
tressing irregularities peculiar to her sex hav
long been to her the "direful spring of woe
unnumbered." In the mansion of the rich ant
hovel of poverty alike, woman bas been th
constant yet patient victim of a thousand ill
unknown to man-and without a remedy
"Oh Lord, how long!" in the agony of he
soul, hath .he cried. But now the hour of hei
redemption is come. She will suffer no more
for BFadfield's Female Regulator, "Woman':
Best Friend," is for sale by all druggists.
Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfield, . Atlanta
Ga. ; price, Si 50 per bottle.
COLUMBUS, GA7Aug. 24, 1877.
Da. C. J. MOFFTT-Dear Doctor-We gav?
your "Teetbina" (Teotbiug Powders) to our
little grandchild with the" happiest results
The effects were almost magical and certain?
ly more satisfactory than from anything wt
ever used. Yours very truly,
J.'SEPH S. KEY,
Pastor of St. Paul Church.
AOGCSTA, GA., Feb. 6, 1878.
I take pleasure in saying that I bav?
used Dr. Moffett's Teethinafor my infant with
entire satisfaction. It fully and pleasantly
accomplishes the purposes for which it is
recommended. CHAS. E. STAPLES.
July 26 4t
No DANGER IN TAKING MAY APPLE LIVER PILLS.
They are harmless to the most delicate person,
but so penetrating that they clear the system
of all impurities, and gently excite the liver to
healthy action. Price 15 cents per box.
Sold by all druggists. July 5-3m.
; Dr. A. R. Norton of Savannah, writes : i
assure you it affords me pleasure to give my
approval and certificate in favor of your Lung
Restorer, having given it a fair trial ia a num?
ber of cases where it proved a success in the
treatment of Bronchitis and Consumption.
Five years ago my wife was far gone in Con?
sumption, she had been confined to her bed thc
greater part of the time, for six months with
Hectic Fever every day, and I had but little
hopes of her recovery, but by pers?v?rance with
the blessings of God, ber Lungs are to-day per?
fectly sound. I gave her no other Luog .Medi?
cine than yours and a cough syrup I make. I
have generally given them together as 1 bave
strong faith in both. I succeeded in curing a
I number of hopeless cases, and regard Brewer's
Lung Restorer as a very valuable preparation.
Please send me per Express three dozen, as 1
am nearly out. Send bill of same and I will
remi t promptly. W ishing you good success, I
remain, Yours Respectfully,
A. R. NftRTON, M. D ,
Cor. West, Broad and Harris Sts., Savannah,
' Messrs. Lamar. Rankin & Lamar, Gentlemen
-One bottle of Brewer's Lung Restorer cured
I meof Bronchitis in a week's time. I will want a
j few more bottles soon ? intend keeping it in
I my house all the time, as I consider it a valua?
ble medicine. Yours Respectfully,
Sold by all druggists. July 5-3m.
--amm~ ??. -
SELMA, ALA., April 8, 1878.
j Mr. J. D. Goodwin, Agent-Dear Sir : I
f take pleasure in statiug that I have used your
j Medicated Stock Feed on a very poor cow, with
j great success. She looks very much better now,
I gives a great deal more milk, and is mu-ju su
j perior. I therefore recommeod this medicineto
i all who wish to improve their stock, cattle and
j horses, as it is truly what it is represented to
I be. Very Respectfully, A. KAYSER.
EU FA ULA, ALA.. July, 1878.
I Mr. L. Shoenfeld : I used oue sack of your
j Stock Feed on ray cow, with very satisfactory
j results. She had recently dropped her calf.
1 and was in poor condition, and by the usc of
j your Stock Feed she was rapidly improved in
i flesh and milk. Very Respectfully,
GEO. H. DENT.
Sold by all druggets. July b-'Jm.
The condition of the President from
the latest dispatches seems to be satis?
factory to the attending surgeons. By
an ingenious contrivance of Prof. Bell,
in the way of an electrical apparatus
known as the induction balance, the
location of the ball has been found to be
in the front wall of the abdomen, im?
mediately above the groin, about five
inches below and to the right of the
navel. The following are tho latest
official bulletins :
EXECUTIVE MANSION, August I, 8.30 P. Sf.
-The President slept well during the night,
and this morning is cheerful, and expresses
himself as feeling better than at any time
since he was hurt. After the slight rise of
yesterday afternoon, his temperature became
again normal early in the evening, and so
continues. He appears stronger and has evi?
dently made good progress on the road towards
recovery during the last few days.- His pulse
is now 94, temperature 98.4, respiration 18.
EXECUTIVE MANSION, August 1, 12.30 P. M.
-The President's wound continues to do
well. At the morning dressing it was found
to be in all respects in a satisfactory condition.
After dressing was concluded his head and
shoulders were raised in the same manner as
yesterday, and he took solid food for break?
fast with more relish than he bas hitherto
shown. At present his pulse is 100, temper?
ature 98.4, respiration 19.
A competitive examination will be
held at the oflice of the State Surjerin
tendant of Education on the 6th of
September for applicants for Peabody
scholarships at Nashville, Tennessee.
The applicants must be not less than
17 years of age, and must give evidence
of such character, ability and health as
give promise that they will make useful
teachers. Each person holding a schol?
arship receives ?200 annually from the
Peabody fund and is entitled to free
tuition at the college. Those who desire
to apply for these scholarships should
write to the Superintendent of Educa?
tion who will furnish them with all nec?
essary information.-Col. Register.
Look out for Sadden Changes
of weather, and guard agaiost. them ly using
Warner's Safe Kidney nnd Liver Cure.
If you are troubled with fever and ague,
dumb ague, billious fever, jaundice, dyspepsia,
or any disease of the liver, blood and stomach,
and wish to get well try tbe new remedy. Prof.
Guilraettc's French Liver Pad. Ask your drug?
gist for it, and take no other, nnd if he hus not
got it send $1.50 in a letter to the French Pad
Co , Toledo, O., and receive ouc by return mail.
Agents and canvassers make from $25 to $50
per week selling goods for E. t?. Rideout & Co.,
10 Barclay street, New York. Send for their cat?
alogue a ad terms. aug 19 ly
This Mystery Explained.
QQO >^Is the patent name of an invaluable
&\j\)*J remedy for removing from the
human system pin and stomach worms. It was
the prescription of a celebrated physician, and
saved the life of tbe child it was dispensed for.
It has since been thc means of saving the lives
??f thousands of children by its timely use.
It is put up in the form of powders, ready for
use, and children take it readily, as it is a
pleasant medicine, ?old by dealers in medicine
at 25 cents.
PQn/: IS WHAT every mother needs for
**<*J\J*J her child, when it is troubled with
worms Sold by druggists.
ICAVE MY CHILD three duses of the
1'ateut Remedy-2905-and they brought
away a half pint worms. Sold by druggists.
DISSOLUTION OF CO?
TI!HE Co partnership heretofore existing
X under the name and style of
PENNINGTON <fc ROWLAND,
Dealers in General Merchandise, Magnolia,
Sumter County, S. C., is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. K. PENNINGTON,
J. J. ROWLAND,
W. W. ROWLAND.
Magnolia, S. C , July 6, ISSI.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS against
the late firm of PENNINGTON <fc ROW.
LAND, contracted on or before July 6th, 1881,
must present them to ibo undersigned for set?
All parties due the late firm must make paye?
ment to us, ns we alone are authorized to settle
the business. J. J. ROWLAND & BRO.,
July 6, ISSI. 22-4 Magnolia, S. C.
William P. Baskins, Dec'd.
IWILL apply to Judge of Probate of Sumter
County, on the 23d day of August, ISSI, for
a Final Discharge as Administratrix <>f afore?
said Estate, SARAH A. W. BASKINS.
July 22 4t* Administratrix.
Estate of Wm. J. Joyner
IWILL apply to the Judge of Probat? for
Sumter Lounty, on August 23d, IS8I, for
a Final Discharge as. Executor of aforesaid
Estate. JAMES A. KARVIN,
July 22-41* Executor.
PORTABLE HAND POWER
COTTON AND HAY PRESS.
THE MOST CONVENIENT and labor-sav?
ing press in use. One man can pack cot?
ton faster than it can be ginned in a sixty saw
Gin. Send for cut- and particulars to
CE LY BROTHERS,
July 22 ra* Greenville, S. C.
l_i O O K
Prime Rio Coffee, 6 lbs. for $1.00
Light < C" Sugar, ?0 lbs. for 1.00
"A" Sugar, 9 lbs. for 1.00
Granulated Sugar, 8 1-2 " 1.00
(Jut Loaf Sugar, 8 lbs. for 1.00 j
Green and Black Teas, 50e. to 1.00
Prime Charleston Rice per qt, 12 l-2o.
Best G ilt Edge Butter, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Baby Olives, (something new,)
per bottle, 15c.
Dessert Fruits, (something new,)
per can, 15c.
North of England Sauce, per bot. 15c.
Fresh Salmon, (Photograph Brand,)
per can, 20c.
Tomatoes, best, No. 3, per can, 15c.
Peaches, No. 3, per can 25e. j
Sardines, per box, 15e. ?
Pull assortment fresh Crackers,
per lb. 15c.
New Orleans Syrups,
per gallon, 60c. to 75c.
Sugar Cured Shoulders, per lb. 10c.
Sugar Cured Breasts, per lb. 12c.
Choice Cigars, 5c. apiece, or
by the box $4.00
Best Kerosene Oil, per gallon, 20c.
500 Bushels prime White CORN.
One Car Load prime Timothy HAY.
A large stock of Hams, Strips, Flo ul?
and other Groceries.
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, TINWARE,
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, i
For sala low, aud all goods warranted as rep- !
ALTAMONT MOSES, !
SUCCESSOR TO MARX E. COHEN, j
me tided btf the med?
nal ..profession, for
Debil Uv, Female Dis?
ease?, Want of Vital?
ity, Servons Vrostra
Hon, and Ctonvates
GENTLEMEN: I was suffering ?ro: general debility to each aa ertent that my. labor waa exceedingly bur?
densome to me. A vacation of a monta did not Rive me mach relief, but on the contrary, was followed by
increased prostration and sinkln? chills. At this time I began the use of your IRON* TONIC, from which I re?
alized almost immediate and wonderful results. Tbeold energy returned and I found that my natural force
was not permanently abated. I have used three bottles of the Tonic. Since uiiin? it I have done twice the la?
bor that I ever did in the same time during my illness, and with double the ease; With the tranquil nervo
and vicor of body, has come also a clearness of thought never before enjoyed. If the Tonic has not done the
work, I know not what. I give it thecredit. J. ??. WATSON. Pastor Christian Church, Troy.O.
('The Iron Tonie ls a\ \
preparation of JVo- \
toxide of If on. Fern- fl
v?an Bark, and Phos* I
photos, associated Q
icith the Vegetable
Aromatics. It serves
every purpose whereW j
a- Tonie ia neceaeary.f I_
?AROFACT?IEO BT THE DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO., NO. 213 MOUTH MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS'
D. J. WINN St CO.,
OF ALL GRADES,
Piece Goods. Cloths, Cassimeres, Cottonades, Jeans, &C.
IN GREAT VARIETY,
HATS, TIES AND SCARFS, SHIRTS, COLLARS.
HOSIERY, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS AND UNDERWEAR.
AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED,
WE SELL AT LOWEST PRICES.
THE IMPROVED WHEELER AND WILSON, IMPROVED WEED,
IMPROVED VICTOR, HOWE "B," AND NEW AVERY
The Celebrated Preston's Fertilizers.
PERSONS CONTEMPLATING BUYING
STEAM ?3 IST Gr I 3M ES.
Will save money by calling on us.
WE SELL A FIRST CLASS ENGINE AND BOILER,
Made by the New York Safety Ste?m Power Company.
Satisfaction Guaranteed in Every Purchase. Send far Circulars and Prices.
L'Earliest Flowers of Spring."
DESPORTES & EDMUNDS,
WRIGHT'S HOTEL BLOCK,
In Store : Beautiful Lawns at 6 1-4 cts.
Beautiful Cambrics at 8 h c.
Beautiful Prints at 6ic.
Large Towels at 10 c.
Large Linen Towels at 15 c.
Gents* Silk Handkerchiefs, (Beauties) 50 c.
Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs (Marvels) at 25 c.
Ladies' do do (Bargain) at 10 c.
Misses' Sun Hats at 25 c.
A beautiful line of Ladies', Gents' and Children's Hand-sewed
Shoes ; also the cheaper qualities.
Gents', Youths' and Boys' Hat*, Shirts, Hosiery, Neck-Wear, Gloves, Trunks, Valise*,
Steel Scissors and Needles.
DRESS GOODS in all the novelties of the season-a drive in Black Silks, Trimming Silks
and Cretorae Cloths and Lace Curtaius for Upholstering.
GENT'S CASISMERES, Cloths, Jeans. Ducks, Drills, from all the Celebrated factories of
We are prepared to sell Good Gooch as cheaply as any house in
the State. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Desportes & Edmunds,
Wright's Hotel Block,
March 15, 1881._COLUMBIA, S. C.
WILSON, CHILDS & CO
PHILADELPHIA WAGON WORKS,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
Plantation, Business, Express & Spring Wagons
Carts, Drays, Timber Wheels, Trucks and 7vTheelbarror/s.
April 10 ]y
SADDLERY AND HARNESS.
THE FINEST LEATHER ON HAND Read
to ba worked up at thc lowest livirij
HARNESS of the latest style and of m.
own workmanship, at my shop to sell.
I am prepared to do all kinds of Jobs ii
my line of business. All Orders receivei
will be promptly attended to, and with th
-A full line of
pertaining toa First-class Harness Shop.
OLD HARNESS made to look as good
COVERING and REPAIRING Old TRUNKS
All WORK in my line GUARANTEED
to give SATISFACTION.
T. 0. WROTEN,
Corner of Main and Dugan Streets
March lo. ISSI. ly.
THE AIMAR HOUSE,
COHN KR OF
Vanderhorst and King Sts.
HAVING BL'EN LEASED BY
(Formerly of 190 Meeting-St.,)
IS NOW OPEN for th? accommodation of
Boarders. Parties visiting Charleston will
find this House conveniently si mated ter busi?
ness, and directly "ii the linc <.('Street Railway.
Terms, per day. from $1 'lb io Si f?0.
*' month, from $25 CO io $'Au 00.
according to location of rooms-fir? extra.
THE PUKCELL HOUSE
Wilmington, IST. C.
UNDER NEW NANA QEMENT.
First Class Hotel.
Hoard $2 ?0 to S3 00 per day-Merchants $2 00
B. I,. PERKY
U (A lUcdicice, not a. i>r;uk.) [
i nors, nrc?ir, MA^DUAKE? I?
3 /iNr>rin:rt i::>T WP ?KSTMKPi^\i.QrALI- fe
H TIIX?V ALL o in Ki: lili i KI:.->. &
I xrxisv cuni: I
g All TMsreis?'*of t he R? omaru,."liowols; r-,">d, '
$IOOO IN COLD.
Will bis paid for a case they wJH nor. mre or^
liclp, or for anything Impure or injurious r
found in thera.. g
Ask your dru pd st for Hop IUttpr?an<ttrjr ft
them before you sleep. Take ?o Oilier? g
D Ii C. ls"an absolu 10awl Irresistible <.?:... for B
Drunkenness, use r?? ?pjSiii,;iob?':co auU M
????BIM SEND FOR Cn:c[-:..\r.. BBBSeSOfl
AU A?.ove ?oM hy?rtt-siMv. H
Hop Bilt<:r? Mfc. C>.. Koclitster, X. V.. .t Torrnto. Ont. K
Apt ai Commission Mercian,
SUMTER, S. C.
IS PREPARED TO TAKE RISKS
in a number of first-class Northern,
Southern and English Fire Insurance
Companies, among which are
North British and Mercantile of
Scottish Commercial of Glasgow,
JJome of New-York,
Georgia Home of Georgia, and Others,
aggregating ?50,000,000 of Assets.
AGENT ALSO FOR
Wilson & Childs' Philadelphia Wagons.
McLear & Kendal's Carriage & Bug?
Wando Fertilizer and Acid Phosphate.
HART & COMPANY,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
WHEELER A MELICK COMPANY'S
THRESHERS, CLEANERS AND
THE ITH?KA HORSE RAKE,
^ALDWIN'S FEED CUTTERS.
BUFFALO STANDARD SCALES.
AMERICAN BARBED WIRE FENC?
L. T. GRANT'S PATENT
Schofield's Cotton Press.
THE CENTENNIAL COTTON
CONDENSERS and FEEDERS.
ALSO AGENTS FOR
The Brown Cotton Gin.
For Sale :
SUGAR CANE MILLS,
HUBS, SPOKES, RIMS,
AXLES AND SPRINGS.
A Full linc of Foreign and Domestic
HART & COMPANY,
Charleston, $. C.
May 31, ISSI. Jv.
THE UNDERSIGNED will commence busi?
ness on the FIRST GF JULY, next, as H
Commission Merchant at the
und will devote his entire attention to the busi?
ness. He will
BUY COTTON, ON ORDERS,
SELL FERTIL?RERS, also,
SELL GENERAL MERCHANDISE. GRO?
CERIES and PROVISIONS.
FURNITURE, STOVES, or any sort of
General Merchandise on Commission, and make
W. R. DELGAR.
JAS. D. BLASDISG, WM. D. BLAXDING.
BUNDING & BLAMING.
Attornevs at Law,
, .S?mt??s S. C.
June 21 tf.
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MOUNTED OR ON SILLS.
PORTABLE OE STATIONAEY.
Any Size from 2 to 60-Horse Power.
THESE ENGINES HAVE AN ESTAB
Iished record for simplicity, durability, ana
development of power per rated horse-power.
The boilers are provided with every improve?
ment looking to safety, and by a patented
device cannot explode under any circumstances.
We furnish with this engine the famous Geiser
Saw Mill, with independent and simultaneous;
Head Blocks, or complete Grain Milling, or
Cotton Ginning or Milling Machinery.
Having sold several outfits in Sumter County,'
we invite the attention of any one who contem?
plates buying machinery of any kind.
IMPROVED UNDER RUNNER, BEST French
Bohr Stones, either Stogie or Double Gear, and
any size from 20 to 36 inches.
We sell also a Vertical Bubr Stone Mill suita?
ble for Light Power Engines, with capacity of
from 5 to 15 bushels fine meal per hoar.
We also offer the famous Geiser Thresher and
Separator for auy description of work done by
Farmers' Friend Plows and Attachments.
Belting of any kind-Rubber, Leatber: of
All descriptions of Machinery sold by us at
NO. 41 MAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
SCHEVEN & BRIDGES,
.^9"* Correspondence solicited. . apl9-6m
"LAND OF THE SKY"
Chase's Globe Hotel.
Hendersonville, Nt C.
C. G.. CHASE, Prop
Altitude 2,252 Feet.
RE-OPENED, EE-MODELED, RENOVATED
-- AND RE-FITTED FOR
THE SEASON OF 1881
THE GLOBE is decidedly the best located,
most comfortable and convenient House
in the place. Opposite to Tost OiMce, and OSicc
of Weddin and Bailey's
STABLE LINE TO ASHEVILLE.
ROOMS CARPETED AND UN-CARPETED,
CLEAR ICE COLD WATER.
Verandas afford charming views of thc
Mountains and splendid Promenades, Croquette
Grounds, Good Music, Dancing, etc.
! STAGES and HACKS will call every morn?
ing for Passengers to Asheville, Casar's Head,
Buck Forest, Brevard and other poiuts. Start
j ing from their respective Agency Head-Quarters.
POLITE and ATTENTIVE SERVANTS,
BUS TO and FROM ALL TRAINS.
RATES, REASONABLE AND REGULAR.
TIT thc Globe.
C. C. CHASE, Prop'r
June 21, ISSI. tf
SPARTANBUliG, S. C.,
A. M. SPEIGHTS.Proprietor.
i\ EW, CLEAN,
AND A IRV.
BEST SUMMER HOUSE TN TUE STATE.
May :i, 1881.
COLUMBIA, S. C
CHAPMAN'S PERPETUAL EVAPORATOR
?hcse work.? were established in .l.;^7 hy
Messrs'. Geo. Sinclair and Janies Anderson and
purchased by t?e in the year lS5?, and from
that time iii? now carried on successfully by
myself. My friends and customers w;!l bea
witness of the large .md stupendous jobs exe?
cuted by :ne. It w.-is at ruy works where the
largest and almost only job of its class ever ex?
ecuted in this city was done, viz: the making
of me pipes for the City Water Works <a '-ho
year 1S5S. In thc branch of
I can say that I have made thc large.-t bel'.-:
ever cast in th* Stare, such as the bel! for the
2?ty Hall in Columbia.
My stock of patterns f?r
COLUMNS FOIL STORE FRONTS,
is large and various,.and in RAILINGS FOR
BALCONY, GARDENS ?ND CEMETE?
RIES I liavs the largest variety and most mod?
ern ^atternj!; many of these are patented and
I Lave purchased the right for this State.
In the machine line I can furnish my pat?
Steam Engines ?and Boilers
of any size and description. My
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS
have carried off the p~ize at every ~i-HeFair
held iu this city, and in their cons;: dion ?
bay? tullen pains to combine simplicity with
the most useful modern improvements, sin?! may
flatter myself that my CIRCULAR SAW
MILLS find favor with every sawyer who un?
derstands his busi:;??s.
The many orders 1 am steadily receiving for
Sugar Cane Mills,
prove that thc public appreciate the mills of my
make, and so it is with my
for HORSE POWERS. GIN WHEELS, GRIST
MILLS and other MACHINERY. .
I have the manufacturing right of many
PATENTS, such as castings for
Rock Cotton and Hay Press
and three or four FEED CUTTERS and other
I will he pleased to send my CIRCULARS to
:-n> applicant, together with price list or esti?
mate. My PRICES are moderate, and ? assuro
the,public that they are lower even than ihoss
of Northern manufacturers, and that my work
will compare favorably with that of ?ny other
COSCAREE IKON WORKS, COL?MB'A, S. C.
Jan. 20. ly..
OVER A MILLION
. Have already
been sold iu this
'and in France:
every one of
which bas. given
tion, and has per?
every time when
We now say to the afflicted and doubting ones
?hat we will pay the above? reward for ?
single case of
That the Pad fails to cure. This Great Reined v
will POSITIVELY and PERMANENTLY czef
Lumbago, Lame Back, Sciatica, Gravel. Diab??
te?, Drvpsy: Bright's Disease of the Kidneys,
Incontinence ?nd Retention of the Urin?, Infla
niation of the Kidneys, Catarrh of .the Bladder.
High Colored Urine, Pain in the Back, ?ide or
Loins, Nervous Weakness, and :n fact all disor?
ders of the bladder and Urinary Organs, wLethcr
contracted by private disease or otherwise,
LADIES, if you are suffering from Female
Weakness. Leucorrbo i. or any disease of tbs
Kidneys, Bladder, or Urinary Organs,
YOU CAS BK C?RED!
Without, swallowing nauseous medicine-1, by
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD.
WHICH CURES BY ABSORPTION.
Ask your druggist for PIOK. GUIU??KTTP/S
FRENCH KIDNEY PAP. and take no other. I? he
has not got it, send S2.00 and you will receive
the Pad by return maiL
PROF. GUILMETTE'S FRENCH LIVER PAD
Will positively cure Fever and Ague, Dumb
A<:ue, Ague Cake, Bilious Fever, Jaundice,
Dyspepsia., and all.diseases of the Liver. Stom?
ach and Blood. Price 31.50 by mail. Send for
Prof. Guilmette's Treatise on the Kidneys and
LivtT, free hv mail. Address
FRENCH PA? CO., Toledo, 6.
F?r sale in Sumter by Dr. China and uy Dr.
Auld. . May 2?
BEST GATE LATCH
In the World. Cheap, Sim?
ple, Durable. Works easily,
and is a perfect support to
the Gate. Ali Patent Rights
for .sale. Agents wanted for
Rights or Latches. For partic?
ulars address, E. M. MARTIN,
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T. L. BlSSfcXL, Charleston, S. O
July I (5m
i LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A viedm of youthful imprudence causing Premr.
: turc Decay, Nervous Debility. Lost Manh-" 1. ctr.,
having tried in vain every known remedy, nas di
covered a simule Bclfcure. ^hich he will send FKI ;?
to his fcllowtexiflercrs. 3ddresf J. H. REEVES
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