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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 9 November 1886

Ente?e&at the Post Office at Sumter, S. v(?r, as Second Glass Matter. EYAwTTKE YOIXB DATES. -o "We request each of our subscribers to ex? amine the Address ou hie paper, and partiea larly to observe the ??. ? I' upon, it. This date .hows the time up to which the paper has been paid for. Mau j of our subscribers will thus see that tbej have paid in advance : but there are many others who will discover that they have not. KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ? C. Bart k Co.-Fruit. K, Sanders, Sheriff-Sales. D. Winn-Winter Clothing. I. .0. Weston-Green Grocer. J. S. Richardson, Master-Sales. The Sumter Light in tant ry Fair. W. H. Bryan--Poland China Pigs. Michigan Oopr Plate Co.-Wanted. HajQsworth ? Cooper, Attorneys-Land for Sale. v . Personal. Mr. John B. Brown was quite iii last week, but is ?oniewhat better at present. Ht Bob. Montgomery, who has been an in? valid for a long while, was in town last week aa ready for a joke as ever. Mr. Robt./. Witherspoon, of the Fork, was la town to-day and g...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 9 November 1886

-=-^-:-=-, TUESDAY* NOVEMBER 9. *T?E ?AST.HYMI?. MARIASSE FARNISGHAM. i. The Sabbath day was ended in a Tillage by the sea. The ottered benediction touched the people tenderly ; And they rose to face the sunset io the glow* log lighted west, And theJipTiasteaed to their dwellings for God's blessed boon of rest. II. Bot they looked across toe waters, and a storm was raging there ; A fierce spirit mored about them-the wild spirit of the air-? And it lashed and shook and tore them-till they thundered, groaned and boomed, And alas I for any vessel in their yawning gulfs entombed. III. Very anxious were the people on that rocky coast of Wales, Lest the dawns of coming morrows should be telling a-wfal tales, When .the sea had spent its passion and 'should cast upon the shore Bits of wreck, and swollen victims, as it had done heretofore. ? ! - IV. ; With the rough winds blowing round her, a brave woman strained ber eyes, And she saw along the billows a large ves? sel fall aad rise, Oh 2 it...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 16 November 1886

mm ?T?TE? WATCHMA?r/ jBrtto^ed Apr^ 1SSO. Consol Mated Aug- 2, 1881.1 "Be Just and Fear not -Let aU the Ends thou Aims't at, be thy Country's, thy God's and Train's SUMTER, S. C., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1886, Kew Series-Yoi. VI. Se. 16. -1--i -- C|t lEattkiait m?^pljm PttbUt?wd 0T?T7 Tuesday, BY N. 0,. OSTEEN. KH8: T^ Jtoliars per annum-in Advance. iDTKtfTtKIIHTB. One. Square, first insertion..................$1 00 Every subsequent insertion.................. 50 Contracts for three months, or longer win to in?de*tr?^e4.:??ieK:^r2-T^: . Z~\ .All comnwnic?tfone which s?bee?r? privates' n teresti will be charged for ti ad Ter lise ra en ts. charged for. Hew Advertisements* ?jm Bm~?f? If ?on th^nk of expending jK^M^Jftfty or one hundred dollars, io ^^^^^^advertising send ?s a copy- of j jour edvertisemec ?, and we will tell yon (free of charge,) what will be the best io Test? aient for jon to T>?3e. Send/30 cents for oar ?70 paco pamphlet. Address . GEO. P. BOWELL k CO'S ; Newspaper A...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 16 November 1886

-. ? : p? TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16. The Snntier Watchman was founded tiv?&50 and the True Southron in 1866V The lFaie??*a? a*? Southron now h? the, combined circulation and ?153 ?.. ? * ? >. v . * ?? * v i ?n%Kgfy?il tell if tlt* ftM pftr*r*' is v m aoi?estiy the heat . ad ver rising me&nm m SUTH ter. f m 'i jj - MDITQBIAL IT^MS. The Knights of Labor endeavored to organise a lodge at the Clifton cotton m His in Spartan burg County, but the Pressent promptly dismissed the prime mot?is, in the affair, and effectually choked the movement. Clifton is all riga* on the-K of Lw question. 11?/Cleveland took Boston by storm during the recent risk of the President and- hejfrelf *> that metr?polis of civ?i tatifj?. Her beauty as? gracious-de n?sset" woo tire " hearts alike of haughty dam^>nd'nQinire working giris. And wh$,a? t Th?7dower ?rfl beaaJty^>speX ciairy when coupled witt the gmo of a kind heart and considerate nature is a giff of ^rieeieas vaine, 'aw? s boo?d re? ceive...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 16 November 1886

TOTODAY, NOVKKBBR 16. Ent?rid oU tUBott^Office at Sumter, S. G., as Second Class Matter. . YOTJTBDATBS~ . --_-o We request each of our subscribers to ex amia5|th?a?dress on his paper, and particu? larly to observe Ute. date upon. it. This date shows.the time op to which the paper has been paid for. Many of oar subscribers will thus see that they have paid io advance; bat there are many others who will discover that they have not. TOW AJ>VBBT?SKMJSNTS. Zera Semon-Music Bal!. M. Sander*, Sheriff-Sales. Wm. Bogia-Toe Election is Over. J^O. AIsbrook, J. P. Clarendon Co-Sale of 2and. at Mayesville. Personal* Werecetved a call from Mr. Henry A. Mo lony of Chestonlast Saturday. Rev. Jl Howard Carp?oter, of Wioosboro, g? velour office a short call last week. Miss Nina Graban hag been quite sick for tba past week. She is improving. m& Maggie f?fce, of Sham's, is visiting relates to Samter. Hrs.. G. E. Stubbs is visiting friends in Summerton. Miss Bett? Scott, of Manning speat several ...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 16 November 1886

TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 16. F^oii tne railway train we met-r> She had the softest, bluest eyes, ?vA fae? voa sever could forget ~ "Sixteen,*' with ail that that implies. ! knew her once, a Rttle girl. And meeting now a mutual friend, Our thoughts and hearts got in a whir} t We talked for miles without much end. I tbr^toy*ri$ar?tf&d?he sea! # 1 | jfej ?? *e s?dewf js satl ?fer mel ting eyes ?net face to meet * (And no one wondered much at that.} For soon the station where she left Would on the sorrowing vision rise* And I at least sbotrfd ?fee* bereft j I thpogbt & tear stood ia nef eyes. : SbeJEKtjbui kith; not kin, of mice ^?yttfrs&td'passed since last w* met; ? whe n, r?* gong, I she d?d r n c? ? e Her face, 'twas nato ral to forget It seemed so like the child I knew; Ar?^DMo? neaVt??osetflr?sofbtu^ S^^ifc?&Stedrme-^ v?staiar?; .; / Sh^*^-^her e^or,;an? straigh ? way IRU : ^ W?trrnaming blushes," rosy "red j i should not be one-half a man .sis?is Atutitravdt d?fcf for...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 16 November 1886

SUPPLEMENT TO The Watchman and Southron. SUMTER, S. C., NOVEMBER 16, 1886, ANNUAL REPORT OF THE County Commissioner^ OF SUMTER COUNTY, For the Fiscal Year, Ending October Sid, 1886. APPROVED ACCOUNTS. The following Accounts have been -approved and audited, since October . 31st, 1885: Roads and Bridges. 1883. NOT. ST-B J Diek, hauling lumber and bridge work, i Nov. 10-O E Hodge, repair? ing bridges, Pocotaligo, Nov. 16-JE Atkins, lumber for bridges,, Nov. 19-Soule Mellett, repai? ring bridges, Pocotaligo,. < Nov. 80-Jno J Shaw, build . lng footway Broad Branch, Nov. 21-W G Wells, lumber for bridges. i Nov. 23-H w Bern bert, re? pairing bridges, Rytten tenberg's Mill, 4 Nov. 25-John B Carr, lumber for bridges, ? Nov. 30- j A Boykin, repair- . ing bridge, lamber, &c. on Black River, Nov. 30-Jos E Hodge, servi? ces on Surrey, new Road, across Pocotaligo Swamp, Nov. 30-Jos P .Richardson, services, survey new Road, across Pocotaligo Swamp, Nov, 30-W N Davis, services survey new Roa...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 16 November 1886

Jan. 18-Dr B J Serabert, post mortem examination ?c., 1( Jan. 18-Prince A James, consta? ble, summoning Coroner's Jil ry, ? Jan. 28-W F Rhame, Coroner, services, holding inquest, ?c., ft Jan. 23-W J Beard, Trial Jus? tice, affidavits in Lunacy \2J 2 Jan. 23-R P Smith, constable summoning Coroner's Jury, 2 Jan. 23-T V Walsh, Probate - Judge, proceedings in luna? cy, [23 e Jan. 15-W F Rbame, Coroner, services, holding inquest, 10 Feb. "2-W F Rbame, Coroner, services, examining cause of death, - 3 Feb. 5-W F Rhame, Coroner, services, examining cause of death, 3 Feb. 5-Dr E F Darby, post mor- . tem examination, ? c., 10 Feb. 5-M E McDonald, Trial Jus? tice, services holding inquest ?c., 8 Feb. 5-L A Wheeler, constable, summoning Coroner's Jury, 2 Feb. 12-Dr H Y DuBose, exami? nation in Junacy, ?c., 5 " Feb. 12-Dr W W. Fraser, exami? nation in lunacy, ftc, 5 Feb. 15-W J Beard, Trial Jus? tice, affidavit ia lunacy, 1 Feb. 15-T V Walsh, Probate Judge, proceeding in lunacy, 3 Feb. 18-Marion...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 23 November 1886

' * - 1 I "i \ J T? tttK S?StTER WATCHMAN? K?t?btlttt?d April, 1850* "Be Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thou Aims't at, be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's " THE TRUE SO?TBBtmf Established Jane;Mfr SUMTER, S. C., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1886. Sew Series-Tel, Tie Ko* Ht Publis?&d 976X7 Tuesday, ~* S * IP ? [ PB??t * -r< . * " ' - * ^k* al Q3TE?N, r TKRMS: .TSCfS9-? Two DolUc?~per annum-io advance. *** ^fv-rBarTBiMH**.- - Oo Square, first insertion -'.?$1 -00 ba made at reduced rates. AU communications which sobserve private nt?cety?iaP be c&axged. for as advertisements. Hew Adverti^?iite> : joar of el ment for jou to make. Send 30 cents for oo^7fcpee?pa*fij*lfe. -A^dtess > -T ^ T T^O^TR#V?JL?*|C? S| 5apefj Advertising -Bureau^ ? ^O^Sprbc?^atrwt, New York. EQR RENT: ACOMFORTABLE RESIDENCE^ OF .j six rooms with out-buildings, and a j farm attached of 40 acres of planting* land, situated one mile West of town oFSumter. j For terms apply to R/J.^IMCK, on premises, ...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 23 November 1886

TTJB8PAY,KOVEMBEB 23. The $w???r H^ftina* was founded in 1S50 and the 2Vwe Southron in 1866.. the IFatefcma* awi Soidhron now (aft the: combined circulation and influence of both of the old papers, end is manifestly the best advertising medie? iii Seater. - It??e rumored that the Great Powers bavoj all foally agreed that Bulgaria can .elect Prboe, ^cholas of M^relia, to hervvaeas* throne. That's clever in those crowned despots to allow Bulgaria to Save a ting . We have no doubt but that fteleeu profoundly thankful. A SUbustering expedition ts said to be orgttUieg in texas, which, in con? junction with seme Mexican r?volu tieutsts intend invading Mexico end overtarowjo? tao State Governments in three: o? the Northwestern States of Mexico. * If tho report is true we hope tbe? mey meet e speedy helter end early George H. Thoebe, Mr? Carlisle's op? ponent io the bte Congressional elec? tion, speaks of contesting Mr. Carlisle s seat. We think he had better not. Mr. Carlisle is not only p...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 23 November 1886

AY, ItQVSMBEB 83. Snteml tte the Pott Office at Sumter, & ' ~ t?. y gs Second ?fara Matter. BX AMTICK XOTJB DATS8. We request each of our subscribers to ex amine the address on bis paper, and parties larry to obset te the date upon tu This date shows the time upV to winch the paper has been paid for. Many of oar subscribers will th as see. that they have paid tn advance ; hut there are many others who will discover thaVtfcey hate not. 35IW APTKRTISEICKNTS. W., P.O. Box 120-Wanted. J: Ar 8c?wertn--Christmas Goods. Merchante of Sam ter-Holiday Notice. Sumter National Bank-Holiday Notice. Moises t Lee-Foreclosure ander Power of | Sale. v7- / vi. ?. C. iasiie, Qwrlestoa-Fish, Oysters, Gasne. >>-. ?? KtUta:oiKlisha.Spenccr-Notice to Debtors aod Creditors. M?sJ?olBe Piysioc ia visiting friends in Sam ter. I. , .. Col. ?. H* Bari? weat over to Columbia to-day. Oar Senator and Bepresentstives left for Colong to-dayvv <, Be*/?abe Kershaw, spent s part bit week Ia Dodington in ch...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 23 November 1886

Han dieth and wasteth away ; And where is he? Hark ! from the skies ! hear a voice aD^,e^D?^|a^^. r"|p^ i?u?t mingj| aga^rn^Cithnhe^l?? Bis soul, which in Heaven had birth, Retaros to the bosom of God. No terror bas death or ]JE*9T<?g! *W To those that belize ?Ml Lf J* ^ Who know the Redeemer can save, And lean on the faith of bis Word. While ashes to ashes and djttfa m ,im_M We give onto dust in our gloom, The light of salvation we trust, WhidM*MfT?:he Ifri The waters may mil from the sea, Bat never thy fountain-es* sn en . ? m 0 teach us thy witt to obey, And Braised be the nam<*of the lord." * .! eh^ s^^^l^ officer it a sew ooo and we bope that e?^ete*?* t^.Stale ?bo Jjas beeo erring oat "DOW deaf" is oe w satisfied. We thiok Uta! tbe ~ Democratic party - ia the ?sbteinvention hw, chosen well-; 6He res?yfo?eUve?of tbepeoplc'g rights *aa? they were wise ia selectiog ioec of all classes and professions. tag ia a proper sad becoming spait^ Tba rear ba? .been a hardrooe._ Disas...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 30 November 1886

ATC ME A X, Kat*btithe4 AprH> 1850* 'Be Just and roar not-Let all the En'dfc thou AinfiFt at, b? thy Country's;; thy God's and Truth's TBE TE?E ?W7nK9teta?&t?**&Jit*?. 1*4* SUMTER, S. C., TUESDAY,. NOVEMBEft 30, 1886. Myr Serle?-Vol.Wm Ko. IS. Mt^a c. TJCRM8: nlary jj^ annum-in advance. A O V K RT I8ISIRT8. Ona Sc;aW,nt8ritts*ction-?.....-.$1 00 firer j subsequent insertion.-......... 50 Contracts forjthreejnpntfis," or Tonger will be msda atrTedWced rates. All communications which subserve private ntsi^?^?r?itbec?jarged for as advertisements. '. . lli?st^f^pect wiU be Jew Advertisements. V JP* timk . of expending: jemand red douars in 'advertising send us a copy of your advertisement, and ve will tell yon (Free .of charge,) whmt *i2 be the best invest? ment for jon to make. Send 30 cents for twr Rjg pago pamphlet. Address GEO. P. ROWELLA CO'S Newspaper Advertising Burean, ! ., g. 10 Sprucest reet, New York. FOR RENT. -J^- COMFORTABLE RESIDENCE OF six, Teosas with out-bui...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 30 November 1886

Cjp IS?atcgmai m? S ont {jniv TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. The Sumter Watchman was founded I* 1850 and the True Southron* in ?866. The Fa*c?wo:n aw<? Sottthron . now has the combined circulation and influence of both of the -oM- papers, and i8**wdifcstlT tfcc""4)eaC advertising medium in Sumter. EDITORIAL ITEMS. ' Q'Doeovan Kerna, the mighty, has been deposed* as Executive of the Fenian Brotherhood. Of scorse be ia a good riddawee> but any organisation which Would put up with such a blatherskite as be is, for so many years, most be it* self a nuisance, and we have no doubt that Rossas successor will be aa great a fraud as that renowned fire-eater, j ' Charles Francia Adams, son of John Quincy Adams,. six th m President of th? United States, and grand soo of John Adams our ttoeod Pr?sidant, died at bit rttrideoce In Bootoo, Sunday 19th, tostact. Mr. Adams, life was foll of honore and though not riaiog to the elevated position held by bis father mod father's father, hit etefeloess to t...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 30 November 1886

0 a?t|teB^r? il vt 'f?t TUESDAY, NOVStfS-fcB SO. Smtered at the Pott Office at Sumter, S. 5 ; %&ras"Second (Hast Matter. . SXAHINK YOTJBDATKS. " ' * ' . o Wt r*que*teach of ewr tubncribers to ex .it?iae ibe addxesa^oa hit paper, and. partie* lairy tooeeerve 'the date upon it. Thia date ?hows tba time tip to walch the paper baa bcia wud for. Many of oar ?ubeeribers will co.?a see that they bava paid ia advance; but there ?ce man j o';bera who will discover U-it they bave not. KBW ADVEBTISBMK?TT3. ; ? . _ ?/V; kt}.:. . VJ ' . - i R. D. Lee-To Rent, r, H. Harby-For Sale. ' J. S-Dinkina-Fiv? Dollars Reward. W. R. Delgar, Auditor-Tax Retama. - A.% F.*. M.*.-Aauaai Commaekatioa. - H.Harby k Co.-Doora, Sashes, Blinds, kc. J. Ryttenberg ft Sons-Final Announce? ment. &ta> of Washington Cato-Citation Kotice. .>. - Personal. . Senator Moise %a? Representatives Motes and Wilson were home on Thanksgiving day. I#apt?X-8.-Atkin, the Majes?Re MHI King gave us a call this morning. Rev....

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 30 November 1886

?^t ??stomal m?t S wi jpn. TUESDAY, NaVEMBE? 30. - -> T?B CLLD HYM?f. To-day, wUh qewt heart, I beard The prayer, tte anthem and the psalm, Ase featly oo my spirit fell WS?^?i&m ot tbe Sanday calal. TiU, at the reading of the hymn, With-sudden tears my eyes were dim. That old, old hymn I It? sacred lines Had fallen oo my childish ears ; Hy life turned back, unhindered by Tacatretcb of io triming years ; Near ma my tittle daughter smiled . ;Aod yet I was again a ebild. Outside tb* winds were 6?ree aod ?vejb, ' The wiaw's calli was tn the air ; 8&t 1 could bear the bonny birds And humming insects everywhere; And feel, ia spite of frost and snow, A summer br?ete from long ago. To find the place I took the book, And bald it ia a woman's band, While all ay soul waa moved with thrills, Ko other soul could o aderstand ; And quite anteen, .with love divine, | My mother's^ngeretfolded mine. . AadJiotbetacae thematic rose > ? Rnrflin*iy theldosahread?, -Lett I should lose itt tw...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 7 December 1886

. im T9Lri ?C?TKR WATCHMAN, KstmbtttM* April. ISM* "Be Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thon Aitaa't at, be thy Country*, thy Ood's and Troth's TJ?? SO?THKON, ZeUitfiie? jun?, 8?<5? Consolidated Aug. 2, 1881.? SUMTER, S. C, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1886. New Series^-ToL VI. No. I?. 4. y - ? -; ?-j 1 NBUhoA every Xuet?Lay, BT * CK OSTEEN, S?MTER, S. C. tkrms: Two Dollars per an nom?in advance. 1dvirti8i?kst8. ?? Square, 6rst insertion.._....$1 OO Bverr subsequent insertion_. 50 Contracts for three months, or longer will ba atto e at reduced rates. All common ioation s which s abser re private ntaretta will be charged for as advertisements. Ofcitnaries end tributes of respect will be "for. CSTTSS UTTISt MATTE ?mgmxR ws spend almost half of our life should be made as comfort at' possible,and for the purpose of J , siding this food work,, aod making some ^eaower- Ve now offer the best COTTON BAT T!?G??ATTR?SSeTer put noon this market. Three (redes now made?$5.00, $6.00, $7.00. ?atopte ...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 7 December 1886

C|e ?tetem aiti) *oM|rWL TUESDAY, DECBMBEB 7.? The Sumter Watchmari'itas founded 185G ?ed the 2V?c Sorrow m 18.66. The ?P??cAma? an?2 Southron now has tbe combined circulation and influence of both of the old papers, and is mani festly tbe best advertising medium in xSemter. t.. .. . ,.?< ??.-? EDITOBIAI? ITEMS. Congress met yesterday, but no one, expects mach work till- after Christmas.: ?t is thought that the regular appropri ation bills wilt be* the first business at ' tended to, as indeed they should be. As the session will be short we would . suggest more work and less play. The enrollment of Confederate troops ' furnished by South Carolina daring the . war is almost complete. The . rolls of, 438 companies are complete?46 artil lery, 64 cavalry and 828 infantry. Fedone more rolls are in course of preparation, while seven companies have as yet no report. - The total number of companies furnished ? by the State amounted to four hundred and ninety six. Governor Gordon has pardo...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 7 December 1886

id ?iaU Matter. ?**????titB Y?fc* T>ATBS. ?f* r?^?,e*ch..pt,o?r^b^bers to ex nfefaWw*"^*"^ Otfail J^rr'f and. partic? latiy to\*o*iaerve tuedAt? opon iL This date thaw* tW ti me up to which the paper has **oil?IpSra for. Many of our subscribers will see.that, they have paid in advance; " o-.if there are roan y others who will discover te tt they have not ABVBBTISBMENTS. * |? B*3oHn?$250 Kewacd. -??*^:^nd?rs,'Sheriff?Sales... J. M. Spftrtn?For Sale o r Renk -ttad?kko&rep 4 Co.?Wide Awake. ^ ? Singleton iloore?-Notice to tresspas Estate of J. Red don Brnnson?Fina? l)is jC^^^Herst, gierig *^Treas.^5otice to Bethlehem Pres vtenan' Church?Applica Charter. '"Sarper 4 Bros.? Harper's Young People, Harper's afogapoe, Harper's Weekiy. . , if w2S* ki Lee is quit? ill. We are glad to. know that ilr. John E. "feown is m^ro^?rig. *"""'-.. ~ Mr?x>. H. Witherspoon, of the Clarendon ISm&s*, ??a* asi caKl*t wee*. > , . lim Ida Tindall, of Privateer, Sumter Co., ? the |iat at Mrs; W....

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 7 December 1886

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Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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