President Davison Genral Dee.
At a meeting ©t Confederate soldiers j
and aailorylieid at Richmond last Week,
Hon. Jefferson Davis was present and
spoke. He is reported b/ tl» Dispatch,
as follows: •. ■ • '*
As Mr. Davis aroee to walk to the stand
every person in the house rose to his feet
and there followed such o «torm of ap-
planso as seeming to shake the very foun
dations of the building, while cheer upon
cheer was echoed from the throats of
veterans saluting one whom they delight
ed to honor.
Mr. Davis spoke at length, and with
his accustomed thrilling, moving .elo
quence- We shall not attempt, at the
la to hour at which wo write, to give a
full report of his address. • * •
Ho adeemed his heaters as “Sol hers
and Bailors of the "Confederacy, com
rades and friends: Assembled on this
sad occasion, with hearts oppressed with
the grief that follows the loss of him
who was our deader on many a bloody
battle-field, a pleasing though mebuicho-
ly spectacle is presented. Hitherto, and
in all times, men have been honored
w lieu successful, but hero is tho case of
one who, amid disaster, went down to
his grave, and those who were his com
panions in misfortune have assembled to
liouor liia memory. It is as much an
honor to you wbogive ns-. to him who
receives, for"iboVe thfi vulgar test of
merit you show yourselves competent to
discriminate between him who enjoys
and he who deserves success.
“Robert J3. Lee war j»y associate and
friend in tho military academy, ~ and we
were friends until tho hour of his death.
Wo wore associates and friends when he
was a soldier aud I was a Congressman ;
and associates and friends when ho led
the armies of the Confederacy and I pre
sided in the Cabinet Wo passed through
many sad scenes together, but I cannot
remember that-thcro was ever ought but
porfecV harmony between us. If ever
there was difference of opinion it was
arced, and I may add that I never in my
life saw in him tho slightest tendency to
seUseeing. It was not his to make a re
cord, it was not his to shift blame to oth
er shoulders; but it was his with an eyo
lixed upon tho welfare of his country,
nevor faltering, to follow the lino of duty
to the end. His was thoheart that brav
ed every difficulty; his was the mind that
wrought victory out of defeat
“Ho has been charged with ‘want of
dash.’ I wish to say that I never knew
Leo to falter to attempt anything ever
mun could dare. An attempt has also
been mode to throws cloud upon his
character because ho left the army of the
United States to join in the struggle for
the liberty of bis State. Without trench
ing at all upon politics, I deem it my
duty to say one word in reference to this
charge. Virginian born, descended from
a family illustrious in Virginia's annals,
given by Virginia to the servico of the
United States, ho represented her in the
Military Academy at West Point Ho
was not educated by the Federal Gov
ernment but by Virginia; for she paid
her fall share for tho support of that in
stitution, and was entitled to demand in
return the services of her sons. Enter
ing the army of the United States, he
represented Virginia there also and no
bly. On many a hard-fought field Lee
was conspicuous, battling for liis native
State ns much as for the Union. Ho
came from Mexico crowned with honors,
covered by brevets; and recognized,
young os he was, as ono of tbo ablest of
his country’s soldiers. And to prove
that he was estimated then as such, let
mo tell you that when Lee was a captain
of engineers, stationed in Baltimore, the
Cuban Junta in New York, elected him
to be their leader in the struggle for the
independence of their native country,
They were anxious to secure liis servi
ces, and offerod him every temptation
t hat ambition could desire. He thought
the matter over, And I remember, carno
to Washington to consult mo as to what
lie should do, and when I began to dis
cuss tho complications which might
arise from his acceptance of tho trust, he
gently rebuked me, saying that this was
not tho line upon which ho wished my
advise, the simple question wan, ‘Wheth
er it was right or not. ” Ho hud l»eeii
••(bleated by tho United States, and felt
wrong to accept place iu tbo army of a
foreign power. Such was his extreme
delicacy, such was the nice feuse of hon
or of the gallnutgentleman whoso death
we deplore. But when Virginia with
drew- - ihe State to whom lie owed Lis
first and last allegiance—tho same nice
sense of honor led him to draw liis sword
and throw it in the scale for good or for
evil. Pardon me for this brief defence
of my illustrious frieud.
When Virginia joined the Confederacy
Robert E. Lee, the highest officer in the
little army of Virginia, came to Rich
mond, and not pausing to enquire what
would bti his rank i,i the service of the
Ci.nfedemcy, went to Western V rginia
under the U lief that ho was still an offi
cer of tho State. Ho came buck, carry-
by the people whom ho ser
ved, for they could not know, ns I knew,
that if his plans and orders had licen
carried out tho result would havo been
victory rather than defeat. You did not
kuow, for I would not have known ii
hail he not breathed it in my ear only at
my yurnest request., and begging that
nothing be said about it. The clamor
which then arose followed him when Le
went to South Carolina, so that it be
came nrceesatv on his going to South
Carolina to write » letter to the Gover
nor of thufState, telling him what man
ner of man he was. Yet, through all
this, with a magnanimity rarely equalled
ho stood in silence, without defending
himself or allowing others to defend
him, for he was unwilling to offend any
one wh i was wearing a sword and strik
ing blows for the Confederacy.
Mr. Davis then spoke of the straight*
to which the Confederacy was reduced,
and of the danger to which her capital
was exposed just after the battle of Seven
Pines, and told lum General Leo Lad
conceived and executed the desperate
plan to turn their flank and rear, which
lifter re yen days of bloody battle, was
crowned with the .protection of Rich
mond, while the enemy was driven far
from the city.
Tho speaker also referred to the cii
eumstancea attending General Lee'_
crossing the Potomac and the march into
Pennsylvania. He (Mr. Davie) assumed
the responsibility of the movement. The
enemy had long been concentrating his
forces, And it was evident that if they
continued their steady progress the Con
federacy would bo overwhelmed.
Gur only hope was to drive him to the
defence of their own capitid, we being
enabled in tho meantime to ro-inforce
imr shattered army. How well General
Lee camedoul that dangerous experiment
need not be told; Richmond was reliev
ed, tho Confederacy was relieved, and
time was obtained, if other things had
favored, to reinforce tho army
But, said Mr. Davis, I shall not at
tempt to review tho military career of
our fallen chieftain. Of tho man, how
shall I speak ? Ho was my friend, and
in that word is included all that l could
say of any man. His-qualities rose to
the height of his genius. Self-denying •
always intent upon the one idea o! duty;
a ware cf the straights to. which we were
reduced, ho said: “With my army in the
mountains of North Virginia I could canty
on. this war for twenty years longer.”—
His men exhausted aud his supplies fail
ing, ho was unable to carry out hi* plans.
An untoward event caused him to antici
pate the movement, and the army of
Northern Virginia was overwhelmed.
Bnt in tho surrender lio anticipated con
ditions that have not been fulfilled—he
expected his army to bo respected and his
paroled soldiers to be allowed the enjoy
ment of life and property. Whether
these conditions lwve In-en fulfilled, let
Here he now sleeps n the land be loved
60 well, and that Lind is not Virginia
only, for they do injustice" to Lee who
beliete he only fought for Virginia. He
wm ready to go anywhere, on any service
for the good of his country, aud his heart
WM at broad, as the fifteen States strug
gling for tho principles that our fore
fathers fought for in the Revolution of
1776. Ho is sleeping in tlie same soil
with the thousands who fought under the
earn© flag, but first offered up their lives.
Here tho living wo? assembled to honor
his memory, and.there tho skeleton sen
tinels keeps watch over liis grave. The
citizen ! the soldier ! this great general
this true patriot! left behind him th.
jCrownmg glory of a true Christian, His
Christianity enoblcd him in life, and af
fords us grounds for the belief that hois
beyond the grave.
"while wo mourn the loss of the
great and the true, drop we also tears of
n >athy witn her who was Lis helpmeet
o—the noble woman who, while her
bttsband was. in the field laiding the
Army of tho Confederacy, though an in
valid herself, passed her time in knitting
socks for tho marching soldiers! A
woman fit to bo tho mother of heroes—
and heroes arc descended from her.—
Mourning with her. we con only offer
the consolation of a Christian. Onr loss
is not his, bnt ho now enjoys tho rewards
of a lifo well spent and a-nover-wovering
trust in a rise a Saviour. This day we
unite our word*, of sorrow with those of
the good and great "throughout Christen
dom, for his fume is gono over the water
-—his deeds fill bo remembered; and
when the monument wo build shall havo
crumbled into dust, his virtues will still
live, n high model for tho imitation of
generations yet unborn.
Vegetable Heir Restorative-
■ Orv Hur t- a, *
Ut imdlU tl* KUr <“
12!!*“* i ‘“*''**
hi* Preparation turt-n&r? jiJI o’.
class *9 » Hair Itenctvct.
It <s thorough in 1 to no* Ion
llair and Us effort perwun.-n.
t pro tue-w bat en« rtiMlMct ■!»
_ other* leave the li*ir in nu.< t,«
It promotes growth nbra • ■
_ moist and cloa-r.
tt superior to uny eifcer
Mouey cannot buy itfor Sight
Another Great Lie.
Tho radical papers are howling over
the murder of the "Hon. Alfred Richard-
they stylo a froedtaan of this
conuty, who was elected at the bayonet
election of 18G8 ns a member of the
Georgia Legislaturo from this couuty.
Wo have tuken pains to ascertain the
facts, as far as practicable. It appears
that, one night last week, a crowd of men
cawo into 'SYatkinsvillo-—nobody know
ing whom they were, or from whence
they came—and, after whipping om
more negroes, were attacked by a num
ber of negroes in Wat kinsvi lie. Both
parties fired a number of shots, and
the melee All. .Richardson was hit in the
leg, as wo learn, with shot. So far from
being murdered, he is not even danger
ously wounded. Tho negroes report
that they hit one or more of the “Ku
Klux,” as they call the unknown party—
having heard one say ho was shot and
found blood on the ground.
In common with all good citizens,
regret the occurrence; but are satisfied,
from all the various versions \re havo
beard of it, tliat tho citizens of Watkins-
ville had nothing to do with it.
Since the foregoing was written, wo
learn that tho freedman, Alfred Richard
son, acknowledges that ho fired tho first
This case serves to show tho avidity
with which tho Bullockites pci vert tho
truth.—Athens ((in.) Watchman.
W. L. Wadsworth & Co.,
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MONUMENTAL QtJEEN of the SOUTH, delta,
3,000 lbs. PURE WHITE LEAD,
Ten Tons Iron,
LOSE ED OIL,
GLASS AUD PUTTY.
G-lass Fruit Jars,
100 kgs. Nails,2 doz. Wheelbarrows,
200 prs. TracesJOdoz. Root HamesJO doz. Ames’
Shovels & Spades. Table & Pocket Cutlery,
Plated Castors, Forks & Spoons,
WftGOti $ BUCCY ftfffiBEflS,
Cheap for Cash.!
The Diamond Glasses
Manufactured by J. E. SPENCER, New York,
which are now offered to the public, are pro
nounced by all the celebrated opticians in the
world to be the most perfect natural, artificial
help to the human eye ever known. They are
uround under their own supervision, from luiu-
gto crystal pebbles, meited together, and derive
their name, “Diamond, B on account cf their
hardness aud brilliancy. Tho scientific principle
on which they are constructed brings tho core
or centre of the leas directly in from of the eye,
producing a clear aud distinct vision, as in the
natural healthy sight, and preventing all un
pleasant sensation, such as glimmering aud
ware-ring of eight, dizziness, Ac., peculiar to all
Others iu use. They are mounted in tho finest
manner, in frames of tho material- used for that
purpose. Their finish and durability can
excelled. Cautios—None genuine unless
ing their trade mark stampod ou
frame LEITNIT. .t PRICKER
Watchmakers md Jewelers, no'.o agents for
' " £&
Ths Great Medical Discovery!
Dr. -WilSEB-S OAUPOiralA.
nnndrcds or Thousand, £J
Boar tostiaony to their wonderful*! jj-*
Curatiro Effects. P? o
WHAT ABE THEY? If?
l»o obtain(xl. No peddlers etaployeiC J
3. P. BOONE
by liim last year—known as tho G. M. Hay
budding—is now manufacturing, and keeps
etantly on hand a lull supply of
Pino Fumltm- o.
Id Walnut and Mahogany;
With find without marble tops
Chairs, Btuketj, Brooms
WINDOW SHADES, WALL PAPER
METALLIC CASES AND COFFINS
Ayer’s Cathartic Pills,
For all the purpose* of a Laxative
Perhaps no one raedi-
TOOLS, HANDSAWS, PLANES, AUGERS, ETC..
Garden Tools, Builder’s Hardware, etc., etc
We also Manv/ucture TINWARE, arul do ROOFING & GUT
TERING, in the best style and WARRANT IT.
We make the assertion without fear of being accused of “blow
ing,” that we have the LARGEST and CHEAPEST stocked
goods in our lino EVER BEFORE OFFERED TO THE
CITIZENS OF THIS SECTION, all of which we pro
pose to Sell at Um LOWEST POSSIBLE LIVING RATE8,
*^F Q R CASH
Agents for CHAMPION MILLS FLOUR, at Wholesale only.
Come and satisfy yourselves.
EVERYBODY IS INVITED ! !
*elf-controlled to an extent that many
thought • him cold. - -HI* feeling* were
really warm, and hi* heart melted freely
at the aigMrof a wounded soldier, or the
atory of the Bufferings of tbo widow and
Daring the war ho wax ever conscious
of tho inequality Of the means at his
control; but it woa never his to complain
or attar a doubt—it was always hi* to do.
When in tho la^t campaign he was be-
leagured at - Petersburg and painfnDy
cine to to universally
—[ttlrcd by cvery-
cl~ THEY AR3 NOT
•f ■vlo cf Poor Rum. Whiskey. Froof Spir
its. find Rjfuso XUquor*. *i*>c ur.*h» 1 <>w>h
ts aplcr on l-M’.rutik.r.aoki i.-.A run. but aro atn: j
sLU.-in*, mill liw:n tu* Jf.»Uvr» Jinoti and
11 <1 i'j. .i,.rnl v,fi-co fpr.m allAlcnholia
Stimulants, ’feyn t iCEtnATBLOOD
PURI I'LEHun i Isll'i: GIVING PRITT-
CIPIiB. a !• rf.ct Is. isqatcr aud lavigwator
I ha*l7ooi 1
E.tttrs, accutdi&g to
- - nparaUi cam>, pro-
Vor l iftvr.m izr? md Chrouio Hhcu-
matisia. find Gi-t. IVS’^epaio. c.e Indi-
ec tio.i Till: ox:, Pemlttor.t. and Inter-
ir?, l>iT:anesofth» Blood,
' *" ’ ' ‘ -so Bit-
.-I by VitiatedBloi
... _ ierilly, proDiced
liyspepxia or Xndi*crrtton, JTc*il.ir!H»,
cTc»:. D fit«*aeVlto>i Tutsi*
Ihe Ma-KH, H:.turns AtHcks, ptUplt.itlon cf tl.o
Heart, Cvpiuw* Discimrgsj of L'unn, Pa!n i:»
tho regUnucf tho KUney*, and a handtad oilier
p»t-i!ul f yni;>toms vliwh f.ro t*: i oCiiirU»i» or
ty*iy*r*Aa.»ro^rtircd L]Tlhc»o T-rtter*. ^ ^
U-t imp-iritic* IaimU'XT t lireur’.i llmwq 11*. - -
ytrs. ErnptFin*, or d****> n > ‘onj '• _
urntrid C*eli bottle, piiiUed i.i lour laa-uiigun—
Eagiinh. (ienaati, 1'reacb.au l
J. WAbKEd.35 X 31 Canuam*J r lreet f h.Y.
rnTO'^r. iLH.jr. noxAi.ocra.
In.ic-r«Uauil CJOnoml Aren's.
.*■ rrswIiM. Cirifertirt, anil . J an .: . » .m*
300,000 Good Hard Brick
TJIOR SAI.E. nitlifa onc-half mile of tho dl
* of Americas.
»na dcairimr Brick unrk and Flantcria
or work kft i
Di-lve prompt a
R. E. COBR
dono will So well.
All order* for either Brick or work” kft
Cobb A AJlen’a Saloon wiU receive ‘
nor was ever any be-
foro so uDivcrsail;
adopted Into use, h_
•very cooatry and
this wild but efficient
purgative rut. The
obvious reason is,
that it is a more relia
ble and far more ef
fectual remedy than any other. Those who have
'~*~d it, know that it cured them: those who have
, know that it cures theimeighbors and friends;
tried it, know that it cured
not, know that it cures their—
and all know that what it docs once it does al
ways—that it never fails through any ffinlt orneg-
plect of iu composition. We have thousands upon
thousands of certificates of their remarkable eurce
of the following complaints, to* ‘
known in every neignboctMod,
publish them. Adapted to all ages and conditions
in all climates; containing neither calomel nor any
being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from
*heir use la any quantity.
They operate by their powerful influence
internal viscera to purity, the blood and stimulate
it into healthy action—remove the obstructions
of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of
Ihe body, restoring their irregular action tohealth,
and by correcting, wherever they exist, such do-
remems as aro the first origin of disease.
—irate directions aro givenla tho wrapper
the box, for the following complaints, whicn tin
PUU rapidly euro:—
*ch, and restore7u healthy- tone and action. -
For X4v«r Commtelmt and Us various symn-
uns, llillon* Headache, Sick Head,
che, JTanndice or Green Sickness, DU-
diseased action or remove the obstructions which
ose is generally
_ w Dhenmr** -
For Ureasy and. Dropsical Swell
they should toe taken in largo and frequent
toproduoe tbo effbei of a drastic purge.
For Ssppresilos a large dose shoal
taken as it produces the desired effect by sym
As a Thinner PUl, take one or two THU* to
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dooe stimulates the steesae
bowels into healthy aetkm, restores the appetite,
sod invigorate* the system. Hence it ie often ad
vantageous where no serioos derangement exists.
Ono who feels tolerably well, often finds that a
dose of these PiUa makes him feel decidedly bet
ter, from tbelr cleansing and renovating effect on
the digestive apparatus.
J>r. J. C. AY TUI A CO., PraetUnl Chemists,
LONTLIu ALAS*., V. S. A.
For Dysentery or Dlsrrkcra, but one
mUd dose is generally required.
Rhenmutlam, Gont, Oravel, Pah
inis of sho Heart, Psln is tho
tow, they should be contfaH
action of the system. With si
Fever and Ague
T FOR BALE IN BRUNSWICK, G a., con-
«sting of JyUtoauit porcoaaeni.lUwiT ‘—
.—. - — — - corporate limit* re
cently Hurvcyod into lota and now for tho first
** T*. rod at ’ —
Titles are perfect. Dcscriptivo pampl&t* and
maps can be seen or proem od at tho office of ;
fifteen years, nu l ii still cUcad of all other
known reauklioo.' It doet not purpo, docs
not sicken the «tomac!;,/ii pdrfocily ea£a in
any dose and antler all. cirjutastancea, and
is the only Modldno that will
and permanently every iotxa of Fever
Ajne, bocauso it i« a perfect Antidoto to
TO LET. -
mWO (Woo Rooms in TVexelbcuoi** new LniM-
novSIw cor. Ortton At. laJ LbukSL
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th.ts Barlow House,
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9. Htohi; of. lit ; • •
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY, STERLING SILVER
AND l’LATER WARE. GENUINE “RODGERS" AND REST
AMERICAN CUTLERY, WALKING CANES, WORK BOXES,
WRITING DESKS, TOILET SETS AND FANCY GOODS
.Vi . GENERALLY.
IL l S-Ci
Onr frhauli* and tho public cvncrally ai e conliallv invin-il to call and i
prices before j>nirlia»iug eliHnvhere,- as wo are prepared to sell them as low i
lot in anv market. . Jlrere articld sold by *1 Warrantod a-i rt preseuted ; i!
trarv the money wiU, in in cmwq bj lifcraxoxnf.
AT Wo .iro Agouti; for tho following : The CVlobrate l Bore! A Courroiiier Watches, The Llg:u
and VuiN Stct^a Watch Comi*auy’M Watches.
Tlic American, Grover A Baler, Wheeler and Wilson PETVTNQ MACHINES.
Prof. Frank's, t!»o Diamond, ami Accommodating tUT^TACLEa
m-W ATCH W O R
watch, work. Partins ha*l*g Watches that havo been injured by in-
—vansi ah rttuito ah vv\V and WARRANTED.
, Aqiumunuu and Garnet Badges,
, iado to nr.ler. Jewelry i:umuu.u as neaujr as ““ * ‘
I'rgul jiotirfs—Sumter Co. ^tgal ^ales-Mctettr. Co
Sumter Sates for l)em»lier..
ot silo, Uk foBoVin* proportr. I"-* 11:
0»hoiM uid lot in tho ritr ot imonou,
knonnaatho r™id««.o! W. A ttdM. LeJ-
District, Q. XL, two in farer of W. C. Brown,
one in favor of Richard A. Beid, one in fa™* Pf
W. A. Young, one fa fkvor of Remley * Co.lone
in favor of kffini*] flladsi *nd one in favor of Al
ien Brothers aD tb. said Wilson. Levies made
ar.d returned to me by W. J. Boeworth* L. C. -
Also—One house and lot in the city of Ameri
cas whereon SI. B. Council now lives., Levie 3
mr~\ the property of M, b: Council fa satiety
HHm court fi fa. 7e91h District, G. M. ill flavor
of Green A Hawkins, for tho mo of S. B. Haw
kins vs M. B. Council. Levy made and returned
»me by W. J. Bosworth, I* C*
■ Also—One hom-e and lot in the city of Ameri-1
cus, known as the placo whereon ■
(col’ii) now lives. Levied on as the property of
said Reese to satiefy a fi fit issued from Justice
Court for tho 7K»tl» Diatriot, G. M , in favor of
r Calf and. select your BONNKT8 and
b . . . - . - .
Cheap for Cash!
S. O O HEN ,
ffTOULDrt’spectlully call tho attention of the
W citiroos of Amcncus and Burrouiuling coun
try to tho fact that hi\is prepared to.raaki
at tko shortest notice. Wo have
Two European Workmen
who will givo satisfaction to the trade. Owing
to the fact that he has had a good patronage for
fourteen years from the public, he feels able and
is willing to cut and make clothes at moderately
low prices, so as to save the ladies the trouble of
making them, as he can then better fufill his
above promise: No fit, no pay. .Repairing and
cleaning dono at short notice.
y5-ly South 8ido Lamar Street.
I1LACKSHEAR & LAUAHOKE’S
ART AND BEAUTY
Webster Slici ifl’s Sals for Dec’r
of Webetcr oouhty, in favor of Hawkina * Tack-
Court fortuoiKnunwnw, u.«, u
Hawkins and Greene, for the use of W. A.
Greene. Levy made and returned to mo. by W.
J. lluawortlj, Im C. ^ DAr.LEY, Hlioriff.
IT TUB 8AXB tlUB AXD FLACK WILL BE
SOLD : .
riand. No. 122, in tho 2Gth District of
county. Levied on as tho property of
“.Transferee vs Fiancfa K. Albritton; i«uod
from Sumter Superior Court. Property pointed
out bv phiutilT.
°Also—East lialf of lot of Land No. 03. fa tho
ter county, in favor of John H. Wallace, vs
Damt-1 G. Patterson. Property pointed out by
Plaintiff's attorney, „
5 tds W. BOSWORTH, Dep. 8hff
and four acres off of lot No. 173, audl50ac..„
or No. 172, containing 8G0 acres, more or W j..
tho 19th lusirict of Webster eouaty; known u-
the Fred Bell plantation, near Hardmoney. L v .
led on tho pjoperty of J. A. Bell to tatbfv tw,.
fifas in my bauds issued from the Superior
court of said county in favor of J. U. Parrot w
J. A. DeB and D. B. HarreU vs J. A. Cell. l>re,,;
erty pointed out by Joaiah HarreU, riiintm «
Attorney. W. H. MATHEWS,
BOV 8 tds Dtp. Sheriff.
and by virtue of a decree
v p«.or court of Sumter county, t
the April Term. 1870, of said Superior Court,
will bo sold on tho first Tuesday fa December
next, before the Court House in Americas, be
tween the legal hours of sale, tho
BEST COTTON PLANTATIONS
in tho couuty and offers a rare opportunity for
safe investment. The greater portion of the
land is River bottom, and on the place is a
splendid residence, an abandonee of good negro
houses and a fine gin house and screw, and the
place is fa fine repair and under good fence. The
place is sold for distribution among the heirs of
Term a : Ono-half cash, the balance 12 months
with mortgago on ihe placo.
For further particulars apply to or address
r.'rtxr. Honsfe | A4“ r '*-
Ex’rs J. E. J. Horne.
W ILL be sold at public outcry, before the
Court llouso in Americas, on tho first
Tuesday fa Docambcr next, the following reali
ty belonging to the estate of F. W. Forth, dec’d,
“ : Lot No. 54,10 acres of lot No. 75, south
* No. 74, and North half lot No. 4T
acth District of burster couuty. Also
118, and north half lot No. 119th fa the 17th
District of Sumter county. To be sold by order
of the Court of Ordinary,
f l Ter ms—half cash
months credit, with
f l Ter ms—half cash
.. —*»- itisfoctory security.
E. L. FORTH. Adm’x
oct 18 tcls F. W. Forth, dec'd.
Webster Mortgage Sales.
ILL be sold before tho Court house door,in
. _ the city of Preston, county of Webster, on
tbo first Tuesday fa January next, the follow,
fag property, to wit:
One sorted horse Halo, to satisfy a Mortgage
fi fa fa my bands issued from the Superior court
of said county, in favor of John Turner vs Join,
Beil. J. T. WHARTON.
r 3 tds.. Sheriff.
Postponed Administrator’s Sale.
O N tho first Tuesday in December next, before
tho Court House door in the town of Pre*-
tou muter County, will bo sold between tho
lgal hours of sale, the following described lands,
being a portion of the plantation of J. M. Saun-
ders UCceas&L whereupon he lived at tho time
ths lSth DUtricTor Buid
cuniy om cosier.
The sold laudB having been bid off at the pre-
inistrotrix to wit: The fir*t
lost, by Sampson Bell
— *- -~aply with th.-
Terms ot sale—cash. .
w* Whereas, J. P. p. HarreU, Adm'r de houi*
non. estate of J. P. HarreU, late of said county,
dec’d. applies tome fot totters of dismUion i«
administrator on said estate.
There are therefore to dfa and admonish, all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of boil
deceased, and aU persons concerned, to be ana
appear at my office within the time pescrlUd
by law, and show cause, if any they nave, oth
erwise letter* or disrahwian will be granted i u
terms of tho law.
Given under my hand and official signature,
this 25Ui day of October, 1870.
oc27«m4m G. W. Davenport, Onl’y
Sarah Ann Turner having applied to mo
jor exemption of Personalty and setting apart
and valuation of Homestead. I will pass upon
the same at my office, ou Saturday, the 2ikli
November, at 12 o'clock^M.
nov 4 3w Q. W. DAVENPORT, Only.
Elihu Stinsyn lias applied for exemption
or personalty and setting apart and valuation
of homestead, and I will pass upon tlio uuie
at 11 o’clock, tho 18tli day or November, 1870, at
nov 8 2w O. W. DAVENPORT. Ord-y.
|v|al |totkts-lvi Connta.
the estate of Joaepli , ,
ty deceased, applies for letters of dismission
from said estate.
These are therefore to cite and admonish, all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of said
deceased, and all persoua concerned, to be and
appear at my office within tho timo prescribed
by tow. and show cause if any they have, oth
erwise letters of dismission will be grauted in
terms of the law.
Given under my hand and official signature
this loth day of August, ’
Aug. 11 4m
lk F. BELL, Ord’y.
GEORGIA —Sumter County.
Favorite , Eesort of the Fash
ionable and Lovely.
Or any other kind of picture* of all sizes and
descriptfou slid in Ilia very best style and at
prices ait bin tl»o reach of all. We atin make
tho Slcresc^iic llctures something new and
0 Whereas, James Hancock, appliic* for I Al
ters of Administration on estate of John .Stew- 4
'art. colored, lato of said county, deceased.
These aro therefore to oite and admonish, all
and singular, tho kindred and creditors of said,
deceased, ana all persons concerned, to bo and
appear at my office within the tim&prescribed
by law, and file their objections, if any they
hkee, otherwiso letters of administration will be
Given under my hand and official signature,
this 28th of October, 1870.
oct 29 lia B. F. BELL, Ordinary.
GEORGIA. I Court of Ordinary of said
Sumter County. J County.
JAMES F. ROSS and others having petitioned
this Court for tho discontinuance of a Public
road leading from Peter Faust’s, iu tbo 17th
district of said county, by Davison’* Mills to the
place known as tip; Cutts’ plantation ; it is or
dered by the Court that aU persons having any
objection* to the discontinuance of the came lie
and appear at my office on the first Tuosdav
December next anil make known their obj
i, and that notico hereof bo pubtii
term* of the law.
By which tbo likeness of the same p rson ap
pears twice fa the ammo card in tho most incua
oulvably different positions.
Jn true sympathy with tho many ills to which
trail humanity to heir, they have for a long
timebscu endeavoring to ascertain some pro-
trinu inferior subjects,
this discovery, and are l
iu heralding the glad >
least uncomely in from o
ir.ltr. Jewelry BEPAll
k to order.
a be done m New Turk.
LEITMER & FRIGKER,
RKScopicil to Miniature 1
prepared to take fir them the most beautiful
and lettering pictures, at tho some time pro-
Portrait-aate, by such * skillful
as to reuder them even more natural thau.iife
*S- We aro also i rtpared to paint LIFE-
SIZE l’OUTUAITS in Oil, l'a.tel or Water Col-
Ar I in to ml <hmiging mjr feitoiilrss I fifri now offering my entire Block of
BOOTS & SHOES,
New "'STorlx, Cost!
Americu-s Ga., Oct 20Ui, lm
D. T. BYRD.
THOMAS M. EDEN
. . large .took of OUN8. IUFLBS. 1'ISTOLS,
tLAHSa, roUOIlEB, AUilUSmOS, FENO-
1XO 1-UIL.S ami JUSKa, and complete uoort-
fE ufT.r f.7^ Oil. W. j. niiieiioii'e Kta-
freren or eight out-
Jnfai to "first ot^vcrobCT.jFonr wleties of
IT'S tree*, the
Jnno to first
jjAyiNQ.on the first day of Juno last, sold
XL out my interest in the furniture tmamess.
to Mr. 8.P. Boone, the buaincaa heretofore
' ted by him utfaer ths firm name of 8. P-
Agent, win hereafter beta his own name
quested to call at.
Boone, and thore -
to present them at once to the
- oct. a 2m, ' -*«*.»
. last made
permitted to rcjoic.
Four weeks after dato application will be
made to the Court of Ordinary of aahl couuty,
for leave to sell all tho lands belonging to the
estate of Jackson W. Walker, deceased of said
JAMES P. WEST,) . , ,
. lm, PHILLIP WEST, \ AlUn
G eorgia—smiTER county.
William G. Clark having appliexl U
for exemption of itertuinalty and valuation and
setting apart of Homestead, I will pass upon the
same at my office on the 14th day of November,
1871k B. F. BELL, Only
x. Let all c
e and see for the
PLAGE HEAR A LAUAMOUE.
12 t. Photographers, Boone's cor.
Personalty aud setting apart and valuation of
homestead, and I will pass upon ihe same at my
office, at 10 o’clock, a. %. on the 12th dtyof Nr
her 1870. B. F. HELL,
>v 3 2w» - Ordinary.
WE WILL HELL
£tgal. |Jotia5--&rj!lc| (&o.
SCHLEY SHERIFF SALES FOR DECEMBER
W ILL be sold before the Court House door,
iu the town, of KllaviUo, ou the firat Tues
day in December next, within the legal hours
sale, tho following property, to-wit;
One Bay Mule, Lcned upon by a fifa,
freon tho supeior court ofHumter County. April
Term 1870, m favor of E. H. Baldwin vs W. B.
Atoo at the saino time tudplice will lie sold
The American Combination
BUTTON-IIOLE Jfc OVERSEAMING
which will do all that can be dono ou the Com
bination Machine, except the
Button Hole & Overseaming,
ON TIME !
Tho*. uuhion m»ke ths lock stitch, which
•like on hath sides, wd
Will not Rip!
•, and castor than any
areou i«aan“* w ~ " 11 —
t05 auk when Ihe ouid.in.it bought, bai-
unc. tn uetkly inslnkncnU tut* the
. machine it paid for.
hny My can, io a short tuns msko the mtchlne
Pay for Itself
Every Macliino Warranted.
B. F. HELL,
in the case of Hci
r Henry .
. L. Jordon garneshee
•W. 1‘arne Administrator
AS the first Tuesday iu December next, will be
U sold before tho Court House, door in the
town of Ellavilio, tichley county, agreeable tosn
order of the Ordinary said couuty. One house
and tot (No. «> hi-the town ot Eltovilto, North
east side of Public Square, know* as the Sellars
aud Edgo tot. Sold as tho property of John H.
Wsl!,. doce i sod, for tho benefit ot tho creditors
-• —d deceased. M. X. WAT.T,,
113 lm Adm’r.
Leo Postponed Sheriffs Sales for
TITILL bo sold before the Court House door in
*» tho town of gtarkville, Lee county, on
my haudM, and ono in favor of TLo^.
Cameron va Green It. Mayo and Thom** P.
Porter security. The other in favor of Officer*
8 (Jreen B. Mayo, also to eattofiy ii fa*
Leo Morlgage Sales for December.
W ILL lie sold before the Court House door,
in the town of SUrkvilto, Leo county, on
ie first Tuesday in December next, between the
siiftl hours of sole, the following property, to-
One Grey Mare. Sold to satisfy a mortgage
tl fo in favor ot J. V. Prico A 8om
sept 29 tils. Deputy Sheriff.
G EORGIA—Lkk -County, ,
Whereas, Mrs. E. A. Green applies to me fi >r
loiters of Administration, on the estate of Win.
H. Green, late of said county,deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish, all
aud singular, tho kindred and creditors of sail
deceased to be and appear at mv office within
the timo prescribed by law, and file their objec
tions, if any they havo, otherwiso letters of a<l-
minutiwtion will be granted Said applicant.
Given under my hand and official'signature,
this 19th day’of October, 1870.
‘ 18 lm J. W. WILKE RSON Ordinary.
J. H. GAVAN,
No. 11 Brood street,
is sole agent for the sole of tho celebrated
and other fino
Whiskies, Itrandics mid (jins,
Lich Lc sc^low for cask. ap2.H ly
I HAVE opened a now stable- on Cotton Aven
ue, where I will be glad to see my fricndij
and the public generally—feed tlicir stork ami
sell them what they may need in my hue-. 1
shall give my business my personal attention
and do my best to give satisfaction. I will also
keep a wagon yanl with roomy tots and shelter*
for man aud beast.
oct 13m J. W. JORDAN, Jr.
be stationed at some point ou the railroad, a
as I am in debt—having received but $12 fr"<»
the appointment to which 1 was sent by the
South Georgia Conference.'
lam now boarding with tho high minded
brethren of Americas and with the Good Tem
plars. J.T. JOHNSON,
nov 3. tf Junior Prereher Bethel Circuit.
December next, will be
kefiro the Court House door iu the
town of EUavilto, Bchtoy county, by order of the
Orifinanrot aaid county : Lota of land number
241, and half ot tot number 241, in the 80th dis-
tnrt, Bchtoy county ; also, eastlialf of lot No. 1
jot No. Si and northwest quarter of lot No. 33,
m tho 2fith district of Hi inter conhty, all com-
nrisingtho nlantatiou belonging to Wru. Boas,
„*W>-Wia bo ROkl in (lio town of Bncn. Voto,
Sjrton coirntT on the tot Tnerfejiu
«>TJ. of lot nranber 176, uj north
ns of lot No. 177, in tbo diet diatriot of Morion
Mt I T/3T‘ U ’ ” CU rif'r7cTtAvf?5uII, Ext.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors^
LAND FOR SALE.
A BARGAIN OFFERED
T WILL effor for calo till November hext. wJ
JL Plantattoo on Lancoliasse Creek, in M«l^
6 ter county, containing tliirfoeu or iouneeu huu-
dred acres or land, with the stock of mules, cat
tle aud hogs, corn and fodder on the farm. Tu<-
plantation w in- good repair, about half ole&reti,
with houses sufficient to comfortably accommo
date laborers, and all other. improvements m-
Ct 'l*b2rgain can be hod by eoriy application to
W»T. Felts on tho farm. J. W. Wheatley & to,
r myself, at Americas, Georgia,
sept. 3-2m JAMES P. WALKER
SIR JAMES. CLARKE’S
rnHE ouly reliable remedy nov offered to J"®
; A for the cure of those painful and dangefoM
diseases to which tho female constitatiou u *uu
jeefc, and which moderates oil excesses and
Removes all Obstructions!
from wbntoror esnae, is Sir June. Ortto’r
wiU fa a short time bring on the monthly ^
huftfol to the.constitutioiL In
von* and si