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The Sumter Watchman.
?i. Y. PAXTON ? - BUSINESS MANAGER
% UM TE H HAIL A li ll A S G U 51E M TS
CHANGE OF SCUEDCLH.
l?ortbero, 3:15 P. M. 12:45 P. M.
loutbern, 11:30 P. ?I. 4:20 P. IL
Henning on Mon
by and Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M.
iUh'ville on Mon
lay and Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M.
?ffice Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M.
[aili close on Sundays at ll o'clock, A. M.
fice open from. 4:?U to 5:30 P. M.
T. B. JOHNSON, P. M.
January 25th, 1ST I- tf
tbW An article from "A Tax Payer,"
?rn Town affairs, is on file and will ap
fcear next week.
Lr .Tl BER.
The Lamber Yard of Messrs. REAMES
k Co., will be fourjd convenient for the
inpply of all necessities in this direc
iion, as will be seen from the advertise?
ment printed elsewhere
"OWN CLERK AND TREASURER.
Our old aad much esteemed fellow
?itizen, Maj JOHN F. BAYNSWORTH,
las been elected to and entered upon the
Euties of the office of Town Clerk and
THE COTTON PROSPECT.
A highly intel.igent Salem planter
(friend), in a private nore, says :
"Nolens vokne," "I think weare in for
a short crop of cotton. The ?>tand is
bad. Thc plant sickly."
in A M>N ic.
We regret exceedingly that previous
engagements prevent us from aceeptiug
the courteous and esteemed invitation
of Bishopville Lodge, A \ F.*. M.*. to
be present and addre-s the same, at the
Dext Si. Jobu'a Day Festival, on the
2 Uh of June.
?'OIR LABOR SYNTKTI ANO TUE
We have on file, from a valued con?
tributor, a manuscript, embracing ex?
tracts from and comments on, an article
bearing the above caption, iu the May
cumber of ??cribucrs Mouthlg, which we
shall print in our columns at. earliest
Ry the ladies of the Methodist Church,
will, thc present week.and hereafter, be
held on Thursday afternoon aud evening
at Mr. J. T. SOLOMONS' line new Hail
A piano, and music (vocal and in-:ru
metjtal. likely.) rn>r fut mal-hut infor?
mal, incidental or sociable, are expected ;
to irruee thc orc:i>:<.n.
Th? !adk- feel eli. eft J in fhrir Libur j
of love by the encouragement, they have ?
?received, and request us to return j
[thanks to Mr..J. T. SOLOMONS for bia j
lioerality a:.d kindness.
After two werk? i-f arduous lah.ir
the May Term of the Court <?f Sc. s>? >n?
and Common Pleas, for Sumter, closed |
Oa Saturday afternoon last.
Judge GREEN exhibited anim -uu( of I
patience (yet decide 1 readiness and ??:s
paten) impartiality and :.b:lity, which
ehow hts fiiuess for the benth.
The most important eas:;-a case that
largely occupied public attention and
consumed i.<ur ?-r five days-was t!?e
triai ol'Mr. J), a. ROBERTSON, under
indictment for perjury. E. \V. MOISE, j
iwj, with signal ability, managed
the case, mainly, for Solicitor ATKIN?
60N, on the [art of the State. Thc
accused was ably defended by (j n. !
J. H. KERSHAW and JAS. S G*
RICHARDSON and JOSEPH GAI-LACUAT, :
F.-<jrs The case involved a va-t amount
of crimination and r?crimination, a 1 I
of which, for thc sake of humanity, and
under the prculiar and delicate attend?
ant circumstances, we would lain Corer
beneath thc merciful inao'lc of ob?
The Jury-consisting of two white and
ten colored-wa-- greatly perplexed in
a satisfactory finding, and the result was
a mi-trial. Eleven (one white and 'en
colored; favored a verdict of not guilty,
and yet were not unwilling that it should
assume thc aspect which was thc result
of fiual disagreement.
PRIZE STORI K8-- $300.
The Proprietor of the "YonKVILLE
ENQUIRER" offers THREE H UNDI* ED
DOLLARS in prizes for the best ORI?
GINAL STORIES delivered to bin !.y
thc 15th of October, 1871. For further
L.M. GRIST. YorkviilcS C.
Physician? U*e them In their Prn-t-tier.
It is aiuj'j-t universally the ra*e that Physi?
cians condecen what are generally kv. ac
"Pao-nt Medicines." Although Pc. Ti TT'?
LIVER PILLS LS ?ot A PATENT Memcise. yet ?ti
composition (the remit of years of study) is
known only to him?elf, and so palp?le yr. 'heir
valuable curative properties, that very away of
tbe first Physician* in the South and We*t have
adopted them in their practico, and recommend
them lo their patient.*.
Rev. Tho*. 0. Summers, D. D . Editor
Of tbe Nashville Christian Advocate, in an article
OB Darby's Propbylaolio Fluid say.? : "It comes
searer taking tbe rank of a.Catholicon io our
family than anything else. It ooght to be Letter
known and more extensively und."
CBSMISTRT is furnishing us n-sw scents for fuel,
force, footf, and many other important aid* 3rer
tho?e wa oute po?.es*ed. Porte fro io which com?
merce waa drivea during tbe bc t coombs bj their
terrible fews are visited ?ll toe year with im?
punity now. Many loen Kt ?es in the South and
West kept tenantless by their d?biterions miasma
are now filling op with populations ander tb?
protection of Ayer*? Agaa Cudi. Their affi'xtiag
Chills and Fever are so effectually eared by this
remedy that th? disease CO tooker tarns emigra,
tion uide OT destroys tbs settler if he Tentaras
?poa itt icfeated districts. ["Queue," Inde
Cotton active, with an advance of i cent.
Sales pa?t week have ruled f.om 9 to 14 eta. ac
:<>rding to grade. Sale? 20 bales, market.closes
BACON-Sides, 12i@l3J; Shoulders, 10}?
Hi Hams. 25.
FLOUR-Per bbl. $7@$12.
COFFEi. -Luguavra, 30@00; Java, 40@0?J;
SUGAR-Brown, 12}@ 14; C., 15@16; A., 17
@?0 : C^u?hcd, 1 "fri. 18.
BATESVILLE SHIRTINGS-Per hale ?lc
YARN BY TilE BALE-$l,30c. Per bunch.
The theory that the virus cf disease can be
safely counteracted by doses of poison, is false
and dangerous. Within thc last twenty-five
years, not le.-s than a score of virulent poisons
have been added to the repo.-itory of the medical
profession. They aro given in small doses,
otherwise they would destroy life immediately ;
but even in minute quantities, they produce,
ultimately, very disastrous effects. It is unwise
and unphilosopbical to employ, as remedies,
powerful and insidious drugs, which, in subjuga?
ting one disease, sow the seeds of another still
moro unmanageable. None of these terrible
medicaments openito with as much directness
and certainty upon the causes of disease as
.Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, a tonic and correc
livc, vithuut a tingle delctrriom ingredient in it?
competition. Arsenic and quinia are given for
intermittents; bromide of potassium for nervous
disorders ; strychnine and prussic acid for gener?
al debility; mercury, ?n various forms, for liver
complaint : preparations of chloroform und opium
for sleeplessness : and yet these deadly drugs do
not compare, as specifics for the diseases abovo
enumerated, with that wbolesomo vcgetablo in
vigorant and alterative, while they aro all so
pernicious ?hut it is astonishing any physician
should take thc responsibility of prescribing
them. Let invalid.-, for their own sakes,, try the
Bitters before they resort to tho poisons. The
relief they ? iii experience from a course of thc
harmless specific, will render a recourse to tho
unsafe preparations referred to, quito unneces?
Ki-yt.tr S. v. OecemUr 31, 1S69.
Mr. H. F. Moist.
Ds.ia Sta: Idem it my duty and only an
act of justice to yourself, that I should make the
following statement, coming as it due? from one
who fur many year* had no faith in "Paten?
Medicine*," and I have persistently refused tc
Ure them for any purpose whatever, must say
that 1 have used your FEVER AND AGUE
PILLS in n y piactiee this tall, .md have never
in :l.e first iii*: ince f < lcd io relieve my patients.
I have now fri<|Uebl calls in my Drug Store for
y< :ir Fever an I Agoe | ;?:s. I always rocommend
them and with happiest results. I am averse
to giv itig large i^oantifics nt quinine, or continu
i: g i'- ose ! ng, and I c:iti safely say that
M<il.-K'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS fills its
piare ana leave- the f :.t no unpleasant symp*
:<?ms. I wish :i;??y? it may have the satisfaction
of knowing th::t your "j', cr and Ague Pills'!
have relieved many u:.'lcr my treatment when
' 'hermedictuv; th.1.: i bare triel have failed to
.:o. Your- respectfully,
J. S. BACKING TON, M. D.
HO * To ct nu IT.
At tho Commencement of the Diarrhoea which
always prc . les an attack of thc Cholera, take a
teaspoon fe ?( the Pain Killer in sugar att<": irater,
(hot, if <. .renient.) and thon ?aihe freely the
?tom ich a* i how.!- H it.'? the Pain Killer, clear.
Should the liarrho a or cramps continue, repeat
?be lose every ten or fifteen iniuutes emil the
patient ir relieved. In extremo cases, two or
mon' teasj onf?Is may Li: giren at a dose.
The Pa .. Killer, aa an internal remedy, has no
equal. In asea vf ? bolera.Summer Complaints,
Dyspepsia, L>y*c fery, Asthma, lt eurea in one
night. I.;, taking !t internally, and bathing with
it in ItsaMi-n is like magic, ahem extern
ally appl:ed to Old Sores, Burns, Scalds, and
Sprain*. For Sick Headache and Toothache,
don't fail to try i:. rn ?hort, it is a PUK KIL?
b r> rfi .ns accompany each bottle
Thc Pain Killer is ?old by all dealers in Medi?
Pri -cs, 25 cent?, 50 cents and $1 per bottle.
The Orear .
Is now offered hy the Proprietors as greatly im?
proved by the addition of a valuable foreign
AROMATIC- and INVIGORATING HEBB,
and PURE RYE WHISKEY,
Made expressiv for their Hitters.
I's INCREASING POPULARITY ANDSALES
I? the best proof of it? merit?.
HUNDREDS OF DOYENS SOLD NOW
wnere Tens were previously.
CURE S DYSPEPSIA.
PB ?VB V TS CHILLS AND PETER.
AIDS DI-rKSTION. "~
PBLIGBTFtL TO THE TASTK~
EXH1LIRATING TO THE BODY".
NO TONIC EQUAL TO IT.
ge? ott.? Sumter Bitters Almenan for 1871, to be
had gratis of Druggist? and Grocers everywhere.
HOWIE, MOISE At DAVIE, "
Importers snd WhcJettals
25 cents per pound.
45 cents per pound.
D. S- a?? Smoked
"? "" ~ 71" O
.. . :. ' .
At 12 i cents per pound.
Bran, 2 cents per pound.
Shorts, 21-2 cents per lb.
. JUST RECEIVED,
SUMTER, s. c.
May 3_, .
MONEY SAVED, IS MONEY \
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OP SAVINO
MONEY. AND AT THE SAME TIME IN?
VESTING IK SOMETHING DESI?
RABLE AND USEFUL, ARE
INVITED TO CALL AT
TUE STORE OF
A. A. SOLOMONS,
WHERE TU EY WILL FIND AN EXCEL?
LENT ASSORTMENT OF
All other Styles of
Which will bo dispeled of at VERY LOW
A Fine Assortment of
Tho tho TO Gooda bava boen recently par
chafed to low and felling EXCLUSIVELY FOR
CASH, I am enabled to offer great inducements
to CASll BUYERS.
Call and examine, and yon will noon be COU?
TI c ced that yon are Baring money by purchasing
of A. A. SOLOMONS.
The Grocery Department
ii replenished daily, aad at present well sup?
plied with erery thing ns>rful ai VERY LOW
A. A. SOLOMON
CORNER KAIN AND LIBERTY BTE.
Au Exc?p?rxt FertUiz&r.
It has beea tried in this Coaaty and gires sat?
is facti era.
J. W.UKA, fr.yct.ta. k. K. UcDosite k Co., Drujnrnu A
Gm. AfxVu, Ssa Francis?, Cal., md M Ommtre? strwt. N. T*
MILLIONS Bear Testimony to their
. Wonderful Curative Effecte.
They er? not a Tile Fancy Drink, Made of Poor
Bam, Whisker, Proof Spirits sund Befaee
Xi i QR ora doctored, spiced and sweetened to piesse the
taste,called "Tonics," "Appetisers," " Restorers,'4 fcc.,
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and min, ant are
a tras Medicine, made from the Native Hoot? and Herbs
of California, free from alt Alcoholic Stimu?
lants. They ore the GREAT BLOOD PURI?
FIER and A LIFE GIVING PRINCIPLE,
a perfect Renovator and Invigorator of tbs System,
carrying off all poisonous matter and reste ring theblood
to a healthy condition. Ko person can take these Bit?
ters according to direction? and remain long unwell,
provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral
poison or otaer means, and the vital organs wasted
beyond the point of repair.
They ai? a Gentle Purgn tl ve aa well aa a
Tonic, ponaesaing, also, the peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflam
Station of Cte Liver, and all the Visceral Organs.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, in young or
old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood or at
tbs torn of lifo, these Tonio Bitters ha<-e no equal.
For Ind amma tory and Chronic Rheuma*
tiens and Goat, Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Billons, Remittent and.Intermittent Fo?
rera, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kid?
ney e and Bladder, these Bitters have baenmost
succeatfnL Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated
Blood, which is generally produced by derangement
of the Digestive Organs.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Head?
ache, Pain in the Shoulders, Couchs, Tightness of the
Chest, Diiziness, Soar eructations ot the Stomach,
Bad Taste In the Mouth. Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of
the Heart, Inflammation ot the Lungi., Pain in the re?
gions of tile Sidneys, and a hundred other painful Symp?
toms. ar? the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They invigorate tb? Stomach and stimulate the torpid
Liver sad Bowels, which render them of unequalled
efficacy li. cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and im?
parting new life and vigor to the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Ira pt! ons, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Puututes, Boils, Car?
buncle?, liing-Worms. Scald Head. Sore Byes, ?ry?lpe>
I?. Itch.?curfs. Discoloration* of the Skin. Humors ?nd
Diseases of the Skin, of wbatevtr name or nature, are
literally dur up and carried out of the system in a short
time by <hc use ot these Bitters. One botile in such,
cates will convince the most incredulous of ?heir cura?
tive effects. '
Cleanse the Vitisted Blood whenever yon find its im?
purities banting through the ekln in Pimples, Erup?
tions or Sores ; cleanse lt whan you find it obstructed
and sluggish In the veins ; cleanse it when it is foul,
and your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood
pore, and the health of the sv?tem will follow.
Pin, Tape, and other Worina, larking In the
sys tam of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed
and removed. Says a distinguished physiologist,
there is scarcely an individual upon the face of tbs
earth whose body is exempt from the presence of
worms. It is not upon the healthy elements of the
body that worms exist, but upon the diseased humors
and slimy deposits that breadthes* living monsters of
disease. No System of Medicine, no vermifuges, no
aathelmlntics wal free the system from worms like
J. WALKER, Proprietor. TL H. Mc DO N'A LD * CO,
Druggists sud (?en. Agents. San francisco. California,
and St and St Commerce St rv et. New York.
8?F*BOU> BX ALL DRUGGISTS AND DXALH&
.May 10 ly
HAVING REMOVED .MY OFFICE TO
3fes*rs. G II EEX & WALSHS Store,
I can be found at all times ready to attend to
any business in my line.
GEO. E. TAYLOR.
Feb 1 4m
Eastman's Business College
A southern Institution, located at
PATRONIZE A UvME INSTITUTION, AND
The recognized Hesd of all Commercial or I5u?i
ne?s Schools for the practical, Usefol Education
ol Young Men, training them for an Active Sae
cersfal Life. Students are admitted e'-cry week
Jay in the year. For further particulars of the
Coarse of Study, Term?, dc , addr st
A. It. EASTMAN. Principal.
FOR 1$ PEE LINE
\V e will ioscr: an advertisement
In Ten First Class
South Carolina Newspapers,
lucludiog One Daily.
We refer to the publisher of this paper, to
whom our re?pon?ibility is well known.
LIST SENT FREE.
Address GEO. P. ROWELLA CO.,
Nos, in A <1 Park Row, New York.
IftO? "SE THE "VEGETABLE lim.
lOsOU Pulmonary Balsam." WlV
The old standard rruiedy for Congas. Cold-, Cou
yumpiion. '.'Sulking better." CcTLBB Enos. A
Cleans Kid Glover snd a'! kinds of Cloths and
Clo'bing; remores Paint, Greese, Ter, Ac,
imttmtly, without thc least injury to the fine?:
fabric. Sold by Druggists and Fancy Good*
Dealers. FRAGRANT SAPoLIENE Co., 33
Barclay St., New York,46 La >alle.S(.. Chicago.
??? S /h A Day for all with Stencil Tools Ad
V x \J dress A. E. Guan AJ?, Springfield, Yt.
<5?QOC A~MONTH Horse and Carriage
*$0& L/furniihed. Expenses paid II. Shaw,
Agents! Read This!
XV TB WILL PAY AGENTS A SAL AH Y
W of $30 pei week sn 1 expenses, or allow a
large communion, to sell our new anJ wonderful
inventions. Address M. WAGNER A Co., Mar?
WT THIS Ht!
And send Twenty-five Cents for a Ticket and
draw a Watch, Sewing Machine, Piano, or some
article of Value. No bli nks. Six for $1. Address
PACKARD A CO.. Cincinnati. Ohio._
D' ISTKICT COURT OF THK UNI?
TED STATBS-FOR TnE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.- IN BANKRUPTCY
IN THE MATTER OF TUOMAS BA S KINS,
BANKRUPT. To whom it may concern :-The
undersigned hereby, gives notice nf bis appoint,
mont ss Assignee of Thomas Badkins, of the
County of Sumter, snd State of South Carolina,
within said District, who has been adjudged a
Bankrupt upon bis own petition by the District
Court of said District, daud March 20tb, A.D.
D. J. WINN, Assign?e.
Application for final Discharge
Having made ny final return as Admin i ?tra tor
of the Estate of William W. MeCutcben, de?
ceased, r . ) is hereby given that on Tuesday,
fib day of June next, I will apply to Charles M.
Hurst, Probate Jsdge for Sumter County, for a
final discharge as saca Administrator.
H. C. HcCUTCHEN, Adm'r.
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
sad fat yew SPRING BONNETS AND HATS
tOF THE LATEST STYES.
Fancy Goods in Variety,
CHEAP AND PRETTY,
. NexA Door te J< ?. SOLOMON. ,
Bring the Cash
SAVE YOUR 1I1CS !
The undersigned begs leave
to return his . thanks for the
liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed upon him, and hopes
to merit a continuance of the
same. Will keep constantly on
which he will sell at a VERY
SMALL PROFIT FOR CASH.
He is compelled to make his
and hopes one and all will
SAVE THEIR FEELINGS
AXD NOT ASK FOR CREDIT.
DR. 4. J. CHINA,
A. ANDERSON & CO.,
SUMTER, S. C.
Jan 4, 1871. tf
ISAAC A. M'KAGEN,
FRESH AND PURE
DRUGS, M E DIC I XE S
A L WA YS OX HAND.
PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED WIT OAR E
AT ALL HOURS.
Ladies ! ! f
F. A. FOLSOM I
OFFERS YOU BARGAINS IN ?
Fancy Good*, and almost anything in <j>
your line. Keeps Cor?et?, (?love?, *
Hdkfs., Hosiery, Laces, Em- $
broidery. Trimmings, T
Hair Nets, HairPins X
Sewing Cotton, A
cte at 5c. V
Emb'dy Silks and Cotton, Ruffling?, Y
Chignons, Ribbons, White Good?, ?
Calicoes, Needles, Everything 2
AT REDUCED PRICES.
% My Confectionery,
^ The first established in Sumter, Y
Sis always supplied witb <p
CHOICE CANDIES. FRUITS, ?
X Nuts. Cakes, Crackers, Ac, Y
X and Toys, ia variety. i
4> TEA.-..fl 25. A
% (andy Reduced io 30 eis. per t
X lb. from Uris day. %
? Jan 4 F. A. FOLSOM. ?
D. J. WINN. Agent,
Now has io Store a Large and Careful?
ly selected Stock of
Spring and Summer Goods,
WHICH HE GUARANTEES AS REPRE?
SENTED, SUCH AS
CLOTHING-Fine, Median and Common,
Cloths and Cessimerea,
Fine Lot Tweeds,
Gloves and Cravats,
which bs pledges himself te seD lew for sash.
Sumter Book Store.
LITTflR PAPER, lt cents, per qa Ir?.
Fools Cap paper, IA cents, per quire.
Blank Beeks and Diaries for 1871.
Alas i ti ss.
Writing Desks and Work Beans.
Hal? Brash?? and Tooth Brushes,
pesant and Faftsy Articles.
A large lo? af MisoaHsnaoas Books, .
nd Cheap N<rreU, atrwdaced rates.
failli A. WHITS A Cd.
THE FIRM OF
RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR
Friends and the public, that they tra constantly
Of the Beat Quilty, and all Articles
usually fouo?ia % Drug Store.
Tbe business of the House, comprising
Pharmacy and Prescription Stand,
will be under tho special charge of Major J. B
RUSSELL who brings to bis aldan experience of J
EIGHTEEN, YEARS ia tho chemical combina
tior; of 51odte?ne3.
Prompt and careful attention will be given to
Prescriptions, and Medicines for the saute can
be relied on as pure and of the best quality.
DRUG STORE, CORNER OF
Main and Republican Streets.
Feb 22 tr
Tiios, T, Upslwrs Store,
MAINA REPUBLICAN STREETS
SUMTER, S. Ca
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
announces to the public, that he has in
store, and will be constantly receiving, a large
and varied assortment of
Suitable for Plantation and Family use.
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
will bc allowed Merchants, and they arc specially
invited to call andexanrine bis Stock, anil they
will find that his businoss facilities enable him to
supply them with goods
AS CUBAP AS THEY CAN BUY THE?I\
in any Northern or Southern Market. Como and
see for yourselves, an ocular demonstration ii
Highest Market Price
paid for Cotton.
AND THREE FOURTHS OF THE VALUE
CASU, will be advanced, on all Cotton Shipped
to the Hoot<e ic Baltimore tor which be is agent,
and it will be held over if desired. He will make
a speciality of
Corn, Bacon and Flour,
which he is prepared to furnish in any quantity
%3S- Country Produce taken in exchange
THOS. P. UPSHUR, Ja.
SPRING km SUMMER
MISSES J. A R. McELHOSE,
SCMTSR, So. Ca.
Having recently returned from the
North, with a choice Selection of
invite the attention of their customers to the
opening of their
SPRIM, AND SCHIER STOCK.
Our assortment of MILLINERY AND FAN?
CY GOODS, embraces the latest and most
fashionable stvles of
HATS, SONNETS; FlQWEriS, CHI KONS, M.
^ap/* Orders solicited and prompt attention
MISSES J. A. R. McELnOSE,
MRS. M. J. ZERSOW.
April 12, 1871_
THE ONLY STRICTLY
Grocery and Liquor House
THE UNDERSIGNED, begs leave te
call tho attention of bis friends and the
public generally to his
NEW AND WELL SELECTED
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Which be offers low for CASH ONLY.
'^?U All articles warranted as reeoiamende
Pure Mod:etnal Liquors kept constan
J. H. EBERnART.
Would call special attention to the LARGEST
and BEST stock of
OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.
As Burners, Rim*., Wicks, Chimneys, Shade?
Ac, in great Variety alwaya on hand.
Kew Safety Burner.
Call and examine it.
CANDIES from 20 cents to $1 25 per pound.
FANCY GROCBRIES AND FAMILY SUP?
J. IT. SPANN, Agent,
AT DARGAN'S LATE STAND.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITOR TS EQUITY.
SUMTER, S. C.
Ma-be feand at the osace formerly oecnptod
by Metsra. F. J.* A M. MOSES, ?st Mir* Street
March U Ita?
Liverpool & London ? Globe
ASSETS IN GOLD.520.OCO.000.
ANNUAL INCOME IN (JOLI). *6,?UU,O?O
Ratee a? low at say Firet Clses Comoctrv.
BALTIMORE ANO WILMINGTON
i Co tc posed of tbe First Class Steamships
Sailing from BALTIMORE every SATURE AY
AFTERNOON, nt 4 o'clock. Arriving at Wilt
MlNGTON TUESDAY MORNING.
Sailing from WILMINGTON every FRIDAY
AFTERNOON or SATURDAY MORNING.
THROUGH BELLS OF LADING
Givea to all points on the W. C. A A. II. Road.
Cbcraw ? Darlington R. R. a&d their connec?
Insurance by this Line. 1-2 per ft
Rates Guaranteed as hie as ly auy
All Losses promptly paid.
A. D. CAZAUX, Agt.
Wilmington, N. C.
ANDREWS A Co., Agents,
73, Smiths ^'hnrf.
THE SUBSCRIBER INFORMS IIIS
? Frienflt and Customers that he has received
and will contiene to receive
NEW AND CHEAP FURNITURE,
TO SUIT THE TIMES.
His Stock consists of almost every artic!? in that
SOFAS, SIDE-BOARDS, BOOK-CASES
Wardrobe?. Extention Tables,
Sitting .ind Rocking Chair*, of every kind
Cribs, Cr.id'.e!1,Trundles Cottage Bedsteads
JUST REC FITED
Some more of those CHEAP COTTAGE SETS
'Meat Safes, Window Shades and Wal
Papering-all low for CASH.
J. E. Suares,
Main Street, opposite Express Office
Entrance front Stair Case on Miin Street to
Main-st. under Sumter Hotel.
L. P. LOBING,
Messrs. King ? Hnppman,
BALTIIORE, TI. D.
Would respectfully solicit the patronage of his
friends and the public.
HE DAS IN STORE A COMPLETE
Stock of Hardware and
embracing every article tn this lia? of Srjsir.es*;,
which he intends to ??:1! al the
LOWEST PUKES, FOI* CASH.
He wi'.l keep always in store, & compele assort?
Collin's *tes, Ames'She-els aid Spado,
Tra*e Chains. Hoe?,
Rakes. Pitch Fork?.
ti rain Cradles, Se v the Blades,
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Bra?? Preserving Kettles,
Tin Wat?, Winden ?Ila-?-all tires.
Persons in waut of thc most convenient and
economical Stoves, cnn be rapplird with the
latest improved patterns at pt ?eel which cannot
fail to give eotirc satisfaction.
SINGER'S SEW FAMILY
Stands unrivalled by aay other manufacturer ic
the wholo world.
The tales for last year 1870, 127,823, being
over forty four thousand moro t?:an any other
It will heir, fill, bind, gr.ther turk and in fact
do all that can possibly be done by machining in
tbe moat perfect manner.
A fall assortment of silk twist, colors ??zea,
needles for all the leading styles of machines and
a general stock of attachment! and sowing tr.a
?hines goods generally.
GEO. E. NEWELL.
Agent Singer Sawing Machins.
Nc 9 Sooth Front St
For Sale or Sent
ATB ACT OF LAND nea* Provldenee, fn
Somier County, containing 53Sseres, lately
owned by C C. Jackson, and perch ased by
kiss from Edward L. Murray and Wife, Teas
accommodating. Apply t? cUcaenLon A Sea, at
6cmter. S. C.
G. W. WITTE. (
Eek Ii- rf
r, S. C.
New York Life
ANN UAL IN CO li E.... Cd -
Rates as low as ai.y First ClaS? f\?n pan/.
Bja^^ataiajatagBaww*aawaaaMgaj^HBgt Aid ana:
Fire Insurance Coiispauy,
SAX FRANCISCO. CAHFORNiA.
ASSETS.Sl.rCOC 0 COLT?
Security- by Sia'.e Law....>:'j aub C1 j (?OLD.
Larges: Fir.-. ?assra&ca CoQp&nj in itncrlea.
Policies (saned payatle iu G'." i 'f <'ci:r*J.
Jan 13 "--r.:?r. S. C.
DFP?SI3S OF OSE bOLLA?i ASD IT
WA h OS li Lt FI VFL>.
Ir.lereit allowed at tLo rate of Seven par cent.
per ant;urn on Cer:if>st?
nf Depo?::, a:?d Six per cent, cn S VI NUS
COMPOUNDED EVERY SI/" SI0NT33.
WM. MARTIN rr^i.?er.t.
JOKN B. PL MER. ? V. P .,
JOHN P. THOMAS.}
A. ti. BRENIZER, O.-hier.
JOHN C. B. SMITH, A.-M?tant '"ashier.
J. W. DARGAN, .Wlsta:.: Cuabler a.: XJ;>T
Local F7uance Committee 'it Sumter
J. T. SOLOMONS, I J. S. R?CnRDSO N.
L- G. FATE. I I. li. F LS ER.
This .is a Hettie Institution sr.-* p> r::? tim
patron -no of ti.e |<??pJn cf tb? Stat? - st th?
rame tMne asa.fi? p'..'-e to Jef.?>*ii theirmoney.
which eau Lo withdrawn whenever needed.
A g<iBcni Pinking Business d ire. I?-.n,? ?a
Foreign Cheeki* Fought as,l
Sold. Old B*::k lillis. Dilapidated Cttrret.cy ?a
* Gul J purchased.
Revenue Stamps for S..>.
Banklu'i Hours from ?* o Vt' ? h. A M
to 3 P. .V., and cccry S'tturd<ij :/:*r
noon, from 5 to 7 o'cloac
16 ?OJO BUSHELS CORN.
S.Oi O Barrelli Flour,
150 lUrreh Pork,
M B< xe- D. S. at. ? I- SI so*.
3? linds. D. S. an 1 Smoked ? '.'*. ..
45*? Sack? bi-. T .e? an.i T.-i J ra ?'^C"a<
2ft ll'...* '.<::? t.'i anti P. t: .- T".
?C V<-'s. Refi?.? IS -all >.*?-*.
350 Hb?!-*. ? ti- . M
ii? ;.'-.!-. r?i i v ?.
134 Hh* SucaeH ns* Mola-?*?,
D?0 Cn - > .. i UvttrC M la .-?.
SM Ral - li v.
2,0->.? S - h.
I.S.) Bbl . an i V.-.x-.t Craclera.
15 Tn*.< 5tui:< r.
SCO lt. xe? S.af..
KO C;<-, Ly? and I* tx?".,
:S iV .-. and 1 '< tt rd.
7? l>'-if. ?ti.i K ts M&cWere*.
76 R-xea '!' ??teco?
*A B' \- - ia,
lit) K'.-jr- N
iii Bt?x*> '".??.'.ae,
T-t ?a'.e bx
" p. ir. CE: ca -r. :.
27. ?s tni 29 North W HM ? r.
May IO v> i!?a?nc S
PLANS AND ESTIMATES .
applieatioP. Will .it etd to any bi???:*?? r.?
tru?:e i : ? ?lat with are urn ey : r.. ? .
Refers f P?>ES OR FRI! Ni"1
Ad?ress.Rox 20. V:i-.<-b< -w. P .
ROBERT BROUN. I- S
COLUMBIA, s. C
THIS new ait'l EK-cantly Fari.i-5. -I E?r>b
ItshiBcnt. *rtii!.-1 in the ! ::. :.. .* 'n'.'ift ?! S
Car-lin %'? C.. t. :>u :.!> -e.t a:., t.. -f.
plaasacS acc-?na.<-!-tt-t.? B r etty.
WM. GORM * 1>. Pr*? i^:- *
J. D. Brpp;-; Ca?'..i.-r.
Mar io Of.
For Sale. * V1
TH E ptaea on .?:.'...? 1.?nv
TWO THOUSAND SEVEN H UN OKED
(2.7t C ; ..cres
My plintatirtn ?>n t'.e ? r, "\ . ' .?
enncaintnc TWO THOUSAND TWO i.
The trant of ?Weit ELEVEN RUNDSED
acres, ly inc par*!, iu Sun?:? r r. -.;%.\ rr i'l~r t
?lop, ar.d ten mi'e? Sovtfa ni > ter ,-> 1?. T.fa
tract :s Uaav?ly timbered a/ i ' *
Either ?.f thc ab^ve will VH> ?^l i ?. a w.- / -. ?r
dtrided, if cen ??nient, t\ nil pnrrhs^r
JNO. N FRIER>ON
Statatburc- S. C.
"-.9 - -
New Style Window Sbades. .
JUST II Ki Kl VE 'X k
AFINE s*">rtinrnt ..f \V.WT"C*w^W
SHADES, rhkh t r |K ? - . . **.
all other?. Pnr ?ai? a: <l: ' FM.- ra
Wara r.?*>eis. . _
?I E ?UARRS *?p?i