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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 20 July 1870

po t?t* i. OU? AHM. Ittngde^otto faded bloaeome of tbeOpriog, Wn eU-p tko MOM wit? regretful bend j Tk? Jay of Sen a er ia a vasUW tbtag I Lei U def**, s?4 lent? to u odor i Und Th? 4 ttl MM o? (MM eel to-tho A o lawn root, ?ho PMOO-cf human Jori UM lot??!and tho tort. Ah 1 I remember how lo wir . . : The prim*oM ond tho wi ld-flow?- grow beside My tangled foreat patho, vhooo detloae way? FnietTae with Joys of o TI urie* ualrled, A od torroa that waa mor* thon half delight, A ?d ??m*o of bn dd lng life, iud longing* lo flo I to And I remember bow, In Llf.'a hot noon, Arp-nd my beth t-h* Urith roaneshed Color ?nd fragrance, ond tba ?lr of Jon? ? Dreetaed rapture-now th UM Manner day; ax? Daye ot* ?wart peril, whtn tba Mipeotlay Lurking ot ovary turo of llfo'a enchanted way. Tho tight of Spring, th? bo a mer glow, axe o'er, ! And I rejoice In hnowlng that for na Tho wood bi oe and the rose? bloom no moro, Th*-tanner green ta gooe from told and tree; Brown berren aproya aland olear aga...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 27 July 1870

VOL. XXI NESBAlf MORNING; SUlit 27. DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, MORALITY AND GENERAL The Sunter Watchman {ESTABLISHED IN ISM.) ie rDiiiiiii VBBV W??WB??A.V K***IW?l AT flUMTIB, D, O.t ?x* GI li BB RT ?* FiiOWgRg* Term?. Bis meath?........~.?.**. } .? Throe monika.M*M.* " ADVBRTI8RMBNTS Inserted al Mg rate of ONS DOLLAR AW1> flW Of"*? J?? ?quer, for th. flu?, OM? IWLLAE -fer the .eeoad, ?a? FIFTY 0BNTS fer each> f?WaMI losertloa, fer ?07 period ^J^^^f^l end alli1 eo?B?eaIe??IOB? which subaarve private inureeu, will be geld lor as advertisements. [Fer the Sumter Watebma?.] , COLUMBIA DlirT?IOTOOrr STK?BNCK OF TUB M. B. CtiUBCR ?OHTH. MB. EDITOR:-By your permission I proposa briefly to sketch the doing? of this body, whioh convened io Camden OD th? 7th inst., after an introductory germon by Re?. J. W. Murray, de livered the previous evening. About fifteen minister? ?ad thirty laymen wore io attendance M members from the va? rious pastorate? in Riohlaod, Fairfield, Chester, Kershaw and...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 27 July 1870

of Sou tb? Reliait oit wt?fcm their wjblow* tr?]R' -Tili? coolest, it not gPt^fti* oTOoo|?lHit of place ?od ^jow^flRlt " a. ??ltet, first, to enable *n '^Hc^fe *l'Uf* orplo"derers to keep their^lW?on gainafr secondly, lo en able thsyj|fcr?taln thvlr places, that th?y#tnayconI^ic to f?b and pilfer the ^treasury and* the people ; and, thirdly, that they inayprevent the laws from being executed, tp/ihe end that they > may keep their jjiAeflsses ont of the penitentiary. [Trf?ienious oheeriog and som? ipfmup?rorjB.l I desire t?ose men immediately in front.of me to understand that they must either keep order or be pat out . of this meeting.. I am not here to be bo, I lied, and whatever thc results may be, I intend to speak aod be heard. .[Great applause and eries of "That's I? Let us for a moment examine th? condition of South Carolina when Gen? eral Scott assumod the control of the State. A devastating war had exhaus? ted the resources of ar, gallant a people " as ever bore arms. For ...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 27 July 1870

>VEPNEkPAlr, JtTJLY Tl. W. V. PAXTON -r - . BUSrN*88 MANAOER. T in---wpp ' ?' f-ri-ur -1 p9~ All Tramlent Advertisement*. ?nd nil JobWork mutt be paid for tn cmb. This will be observed withou? dl|tlrletU?n. ?abicristlous ?re also payable In adrauce. PB- Applloations for Job Work will be made, at the "fflce, to Taos. E. FLOWERS. . The WATCH* AW books af* lo the heaping of W. 7. pAZtov, who will receipt for moolee duo and attend to all matters connected with tb> Adver? tising,orSubscription department*. . . jraV* Ocr Advertising friends ara requested to ssnd in thelr-favorn not later than Monday. aajsr* Our readers will enjoy the re? view of D'isnAKLi's new book "Lothair,' bj 0. H. M., on our first pago to-day. gQT The reply of "Sumter" eenie to band after our columns were ocoupied for the prcBent week, and will appear io our next. S&r "Amicua" ia reminded that the absence of a responsible name ie an tfftctual bar to the appearance of any artiole in these columns. tt?r We be...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 27 July 1870

Children er? bot little people, yet they fo*m a very important part of speiet*, ex pood much of oar c?piu*i, employ a greater portion of our population' id th o ir service, and occupy half the literati of our day in labore for their instruction and. smusoraent. They oauae JUO?JB. trouble ?nd anaiety th ?a the national debt ; the loveliest of Woman J'n ber maturity of charm? breaks Bot aa macy ?lumber?, nor occasions 00 many sighs, aa ehe did in h?r eradle; ?nd 'the handsomest of men with .full grown mustaches, must not fatter himself that he ia half so muoh admired as he waa Wheo in petticoat?. Without any refer COW to their being Out* ? alare ate tea? men, philosophera and magistrates in miniature disguises, children form in their present state of pigmy existence. * must influential class of beings ; ana the arrival Of a bawling infant who cutt aoaroely open Us eyes, and only opt*ns ita mouth, like aa unfledged bird, fur food, 'will effect the moot extraordinary alter? ation io a w...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 3 August 1870

,, DEVOTED TO . LITER A TU RE, MOR A LITF AND GENERA L INTELLIGENCE. SH^^SS The Sumter Wato] (ESTABLISHED Iii ISM.) V BK V WB??*??AT M#B*UNC1 Terms. Oaoj?e*.....U~..H.M JJ 8iS mgaltis... .........-.JJ. Three montas...:....?....,....-<. 1 va OBITU?BI?8,rTHlBUT?B OF B1?P?C* .nd all eomi-unleattoo? ?hielt tafceorr? pfWaU laur?ats, will be paid lor as adr?rtlaaaa?at?. TUB ?BF*iIB? TO 'SU?TBSP APT ?WpitBJD.;/^;'. MESSRS. Kmt?u? :-j^fV^?r- reading thc turee articles io your la^^ae, in reply to our communication*,'^ we, were tempted to examine our fcfafcjrad, with tb o view of discovering hokna issuing therefrom, and we furtively glanced at our lower extremities, thinking that the traditional club loot viust be there We were such a bad fellow, (according to the articles mentioned ;) oar views were not reasonable, but t^e dictates of passion, (eeo article on Gen. ' Kershaw,) aud " Vindicator" was compelled to quote Latin at us. Now, remembering, that using a long spoon, and speaking "Lat...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 3 August 1870

Wff" ''i?*?**??Um^^ ft *B13 DMihi M, T0K? Eft K rORM fAllTt? RAN IMMENSE CROWD? K irEjeo^m^ir ? ?sw?, KBHURAW Pv Tho. largeat ?od moat enthusiastic K tu co tl og of tho - peop J? it has been oar W> to rt one 1 to attend for a long time, as ft aetubled on yesterday at thia piece, to R* bear the diet in gais h ed speakers ad mg-, vertiaed to address them in. behalf Of the Wff Union Heforoi Party of South Carolina:. \. The meeting was held in tho spacious & ?od magnificent building reeeotly erect? ed for the workshops of the Blue Ridge > Railroad, aud every arrangement had ?.? been * made to seat an extraordinary crowd. But th? admirable preparation . was not sufficient, and many stood in the ';? main aislo, while scores filled the win? E. dowe and doora bb every hand.. The number present has been estimated at f /rom. 12U0 to 1500 people, white and colored, and it is our candid opinion j that there were more colored pooplein . attendance than at the Radical mass y ? meetiug l...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 3 August 1870

MmT- AU Tr??.l?ol A4rnU?*Moot$, and aft, Jo&VVork-ajut Wpaid <1K l?mi. Tkl#2jrfir b?-ob#?r-*d wtik^t dlrtlwaalca. Bnbsil Mi Ht wt ?too p?rabi*?o advaaoo. . /IT- A-Hrtl^loMferT-b WerkwUlb?jkVl., .I tho OSBOO, ia Tata. E. JT WM M. " - Too War?Bib*ti book* .*? >. ?a* kt^Bawrf UV f. P AXTO?. who will rwolpi for ? ooloo oflkapi ?Hood ?. Bi) ?UBIUr? ?oniiSOtad ?llfc Ul* Aov??. H?hi? orj^taorifCJoB dopatfwwwta. i /BT- Oar AdrottUloa; frUudf? aro rsaasTsjsA (o i*nd lo lb*lr faror* not lat*/ than Moajay? ' . N M AS S MEETING. JUDGE CARPENTER, Qty, M. p.: BUTLER, GEN. j. B, KERSHAW and probably other extinguish-, ed speakers will address the citizens of Sumter County, white and colored, at Sumter on Wed? nesday, Aug. 31st. The people, en masse, will no doubt turn out. THE SEASON* Have been generally good io this section, and the crops ?re generally promising. UKIMTMI'S QCKK5I1S DELIGHT. Our columns contain the advertise* ment of th it? popular remedy. Mr. HEINITSH bas long been enga...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 3 August 1870

The Sumter lt* w. y. PAxroft ? . tu^wMAftAfl^ft MW All Trau?l?nt AdrortUamco I?, ?nd ?1 JobWork ??jut ba p?ld for Iii ?.ib. Tbl? win beob??r?ed wi Ibo? t dt*tt notion. ?obicrl?on? nrw ?1*0 p?y?blt In advaao*. /?P- AppllcmioB- foTTob Work will bo?d?, .I (ho offloe, to Tilo?. E. Ft.ow?*?. Tb? WATCH?AM book* ?*. tiM koo]>1a?>of W. V. PAZioif. Who w/lll iwe?ipt for noalM dstyMsA ?tteod to ai) W?ttori iono?i?d with tho AfloiSBw tiling or 6qbs?rlpilon depirtmtat?. V ' v fetr Oar AdrsftUlo* friend* aro raqoWad to . end io tbolr favor? notlator than Monday. MASS MEETING. JUDGE CARPENTER, GEN. M. C. BUTLER, GEN. J. B, KERSHAW and probably other distinguish? ed speakers will address the citizens of Sumter County, white and colored, at Sumter on Wed? nesday, Aug. 81st. The people, en masse, will no doubt turn out. THE SEASONS Have been generally good io this section, aod the crops are generally promising. UBIN1TSI1*S QUEEN'S DELIGHT. Our columns contain (be advertise? ment of this popula...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 3 August 1870

- Allj^emiwHUfi?gros that Levo of v Reading Sa one of tba supremest plea?; v fa the only friend who ncr er changea. Take il up when you like, pat it aside wheo y ott cbooee, oherieh it or oegleet it'aoait ii Mill tbe saree ; always pre Mating a smiling faoo, and never re? teaching you for any fancied elight or - insult. Other friends may grow cold, or fall away, or.die, bot your .book is a fiiend that is always faithfu.1 Sod true; '' and bs who basa gonuioe lore of read /lng possesses a talisman to charm away I sorrow-a co m pan ion, a lawyer, a phy l eiflian, a philosoper, who never grows ? weary, asks no fee, demands no homage, resents no wrong, but is ever ? ready to instroot, to console and to de? light. . ;.... The Amusement of Reading, says Sir .- Edgerton Brydges, "is among the great est consolations o? lifo j it is tbs nurse of virtue, the upholder of adversity, the prop of independence, the support of a just pride, the strengthener or elevat? ed opinions; it is a shield aga...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 10 August 1870

mmm>mmmmi ' " "' J" "l"'ll<'1- ''H^H^lU^ ??.?' ?!? ?i^'iWM"..U **Bl^^ VOL, Xfe^;', . "^^ - ' " WEDNESDAY Jft^ AUGUST 10, 1370> DEVOTED TO ?SS?^SS^^MI?IT^ AND GENERAL INTELIV'tJENCE. The Blunter Watchman (ESTABLISHED IN 1850.) I fl ruiiimiD -< ? /K ? ? . V ERY WKDNEIDAT lIOttNINO AT S U MT ER, 8. O. ? BT -, GILBEKT Sb FLOWERS. Terni?. \ * Ono yo?r..m.??win.M 00 Si* month:.. ..... J ?J ?broo months... 4 vw ADVBRTI3BMBNTS Inserted at ?he rate ' of ONE DOLLAR ABD FIFTV OBNTB per "uurofor the flr.t, ONB DOLLAR for the "coiad, ?nd KI VT Y G BN TS for eaoh ?ubeeoaeat inwrtlon, for eur period len than thr.e mooth? OBIT?AR1BS, TRIBUTES OF RK8PB0X and ell communication? which subserve. prirtU interests, will be paid lor M advertisements. frjffl- STATJE, OJ^YAM. jBBKVILLE KNTHU8IA?TIO .FOB 'MUMU HKFOUM CAUSE. Tho Great Gathering on Saturday Wbat ?va? Said by Cothrau, Kershaw, Butler and Carpenter. [CorrespoDdeaee of the Charlastoa Newe.J ! ABBEVILLE, Saturday, July 80. At six o'clo...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 10 August 1870

. ^ . PMS1 J* . TWJ) Defecate Battles! TUM PRUSSIANS VlVTOMQUS ATI ... WKMSZXB?HO AND HAG ESAU. ?JH^ HEAVY ON BOTH SIDES. TU* French BatreaUn? to ?ne Mr??f> I THE ENEMY ON~FkENCUSOIL> PREPARATIONS TO DBWSD PARIS. S Apolber Gre?! Battle Immlneat. The Battle o? Uelesenbarg. ? V" PARIS, Augusto"-Neon. The Journal Official of this morning ?at? tit? French troops who, te tho - uut?ber of seven or eight thousand, wore engaged io the affair before Weissen? burg, bad to ?entend with two Prussian . araiy corps, i Deluding pic Wed troops of] the Prussian Quard. The Journal adds : *>Iri ?pit? of inferiority of their numbers, our regiments resisted the assaults of ] the enemy for several hours with ad mirUble heroism, when they were forced to give way. The loss of the enemy was so severe that he did not dare to Sursue, while at Saarbruck wo hero rokcu tho Prussian line, aud our ow ir j remains intact." La Liberte, this morning publishes a private dispatch sent at midnight last night i ...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 10 August 1870

The Somier Watelmt^p, VvK DMgHPAX^AUGyjgjf lg W. y. PAX fPli : ? tt8^lL^MANAg?Fl t?r All Transient A^rertlieaseatf, ead ?if job Work jo OM H paid br is cub. This ?Mil bs observed whbe?t dis ttn?tloa. SttbsetifHOM no also pe/?bl? In ad re nee. jar* Applieatlooe ferTeb Work ?Ul bf ?ade, at the office, io Tao?. B. Fte will. Tb? WATCHMAM book? are la tba keeping of W. ?. PAXTO*, waa wHI receipt tor sarnia* doe ?tad ?(tend to all natters eenoeeted with ' ?aa Ade ?r tuflog Ot Sob?crlptlon depart meoU. ? . ' send la their farer* ?ol later than ra ran* ?al atasldaj. MASS.MEETING. JUDOS CARPENTER, GHN. M. C. BUTLER, GEN. J. B, KZHSHAW and probably other distinguish ed speakers will [ address the citizens of Sumter County, white and colored, at Sumter on Wed? nesday, Aug. 81st. The people, en masse, will no doubt turn out. DEATH OF Ma. THOMAS MON A? . ?HAW. An un usual ly large assemblage of] our citizens, of every .olaae, faith, col? or and party, were assembled at the Catholic Chureh at thi...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 10 August 1870

JU saan walkt ?root, beari og upon his ?rontleta the. eignet of duly, himself, ia the noblest and meet comma ndi og, ad woman ia th? moat beautiful and attraot ire of being the terrestrial upireme. Ip all the ifirriog seines of fife, woman is th fi most nervously sensitive; when Joy. in vites, the first to smile ; when sorrow coules, tb? first to weep; and th? trite but true sating, that ?be was- last ak tho oross-?nd first at the sepulchre, is bot au exemplification of har charac? ter. Woman is the first to befriend, and the lasttofbrBake,euibellishing the path way of life bj her presence and irradi?t ing the darkness of the world, she ts the only real support and true consola? tion ot the rougher aex in the perplex? ing earea and onerous responsibilities' of existence. She is the soul of delicate sensibility, the embodiment of cultiv?t" ed grace, the essence of adivine char? ity ; grace in all her movements, Heaven in her eye, and all her geaturos dignity and love. Uer mission is ...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 17 August 1870

!=gs5BS3garife?g^^ .i,.-0kv??kW?kW$-I i ' iT' '1 mi.M. W? ???I??? m/?)/^^^^^^ - .-? . mm ' 1 1 1 V'1 . /? 1 ' ! ,Ylrr" VOL. XXI _ WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17. 1870. NO 17. <wl_ Xl -eo DIBIO? Kt Don? Fersatet.?Vir*, N DEVOTED TO LITERATURE. MORALITY AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Ll_ WU III I IS ll I The Sumter Watchman (ESTABLISHED IS 1850.) !? PUBLIOHBD VBRV WEDNESDAY HIOBNINO AT SUMTER, S. O. ? BY GILBE RT St FLOWERS* Terms. Ono year.,.$3 00 Sis mouth*. 1 ftO Three months.M. 1 00 AD V KUTI S UM KN TS inserted at th? rata of ONB DOLLAK AND FIFTY CBNTS par aquar? for th? Ant, ONE DOLLAR for th? BccoQ J, and FIFT? CENTS for each subsequent insertion, for any period lei? than three month? OBITUARIES, Till BUT KS OF RESPECT and all communication! whion subserve privat? a tor?? ts, will be paid for ai advertisement*. J. E. SU ARES, SUMTER FURNITURE -AND Chair Waro-Room.s HAS ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OP FUR? NITURE, for leta than can be obtained in any Southern markot, saving both freight an...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 17 August 1870

THE STATE CANVASS. I ? *?. - - - ' r 'T OHS KI! INO ACCOBlttl. TBE LKXlNCtTOrf WBTlTf?. Good Work Done. The correspondent of tbe Charleston / Courier gives an encouragiug account of the Lexington meeting. Threats and cajolery of the Ring kept many of the odored people anray, but still ? consid? erable number were present. The yeomanry wera ?out in lull force, and the meeting wat marked by groat en? thusiasm. Col. J. P. THOMAS made a telling speech. He said he did not regard it es ?neon? sisteot with the principles which he advocated in the past, that he now stood on the Union Reform platform. He considered the recognition of negro suffrage ? just and wise step. It was certainly an accomplished faot, and as honest and truthful men, the whole people should be prepared to deal with the question fairly and honestly, as an accomplished fact. There were but two patties in tho State, he said, and no hon cst man would for a moment hesitate to decide where his path of duty lies. Capital and ...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 17 August 1870

The Sumter Watchman. V'EPNEgDAY* AUGUST f? VV. V. PAXTON " -~ BUSINE88 MAWA8ER. f-tV All Transient AdvertnemcnU, and all Work mun be paid for io oa*h; Tali will be observed without dlittnotlon. Subscriptions ?re oleo payable io advance. pgr* ApplieatioDt for Job Work will I < made, et ibo office, to Taloa. E. FLOWBBS. The WATCH M AM booka are ia the keeping of ff. Y. PAXTON, who will receipt for moolee due and attend to all mattera connected with tba Adver? sing or Subscription departments. ?*r~ Our Advertising friends aro reauestod to lend in their favors notlater than Monday. 1TAS??E?T??Q; JUDGE CARPENTER, GEN. M. C. BUTLER, GEN. J. B, KERSHAW and probRbly other distinguish? ed speakers will address the citizens of Sumter County, white and colored, at Sumter on Wed? nesday, Aug. 31st. The people, en masse, will no doubt turn out. awBMfjaaHBBBBBaaaBHaaaaBhBaBBMrx DEATH OP A GOO!? CITIZEN. We are euro that we but utter tbe sentiment of our entire community, when we say, that in t...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 17 August 1870

TT BB 6OO0 IBltrHBtO. A giddy lassb OB* ?ft?rnoon, Had fro? Ibo fold departed ; Tba teodor shepherd mined it iooo, A od ?ought H heavy -he? rt?<L Not all th* dook that shared kia Io?* Could from tb* search ?lelajr him ? Nor ?loads of midnight darkness OOH, Nor fear of suffering ?lay bim. Bat Dight and day b* want bia way Ia.aorrow till b* found-it j And whoa h* saw lt fainting lay Ho duped his arms around it. And closely sheltered ia his breast, From ovary ill to sar* lt. He brought lt to bl* hom* of rest. And pitied aad forgave lt. Aad BO th* Saviour will recel?* Tho little oa*s who h ?ar him ; Their palaa remove, their atna forgtvo, Aad draw thom gently near him? B)*** while they live, aad when they die, And soul aaa body sever, . Conduct them to bis borne on high, To dwell with him for *v*r. [fikildrw't Fritnd. liETTKB FM? TWX AS, ~ BRKNUAM, TEXAS, July 25,1870. MB. EDITOR :-Tou will no doubt be surprised when you receive this letter, but the sinoere desire I have to see all m...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 24 August 1870

-1-1-wmtimiklfm . Wm$m amt r . v um - mi j -i 11 r I r m i: i tm I '"j i.tfi? miimk.M. '' ? ? . . . . i , -?cv? ??*>*li . . WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1870. The Blunter Watchman (ESTABLISHED IN 1890.) it rviiiiiio VBB? WBONWIAT HORNING AT SUMTER. B. C., BT GILBERT & FLOWERS. Terms. 0 no ysar.<"....$8 00 Six mooth!. 1 *0 Tb reo mon tb g. 1 00 ADVERTIS KM KN TH lnierted at th? rat* of ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per square for the first, ONE DOLLAR for the second, and FIFTY CENTS for efcoh subsequent iusertion, for any period less than three months OBITUARIES, TRIBUTES OF RESPECT and all eomuunieatlons which subserve private ntoreets, will be paid (or as advertisements. J. E. SUARES, SUMTER FURNITURE -,-AND Chair Ware-Room.s HAS ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF "FUR? NITURE, for tess than oan be obtained in any Southorn market, earing both freight and risk of broakago by Railroad. With ezperlenoe in this branoh of business in tho City of Charleston, for twenty-five years, and havi...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 24 August 1870

[From tb? Camden Journal.] TUB SUMTE? NEWS. The position assumed by tba Sumter News, iu relation to the principles and actojrs o? the Union Reform Party, is a subject upon which it would he well lor that paper to reflect. It professes to be a Democratic news? paper, yet we do not see it confining itself to the advocacy of. Democratic principles, but forgetting them, or giv? ing them only a secondary place, it aims ita weapons at the Union lieform Party and its candidates. It assails them and it with invectives of tho most in? sulting oharaoter, and strives' to cast odium upon those who aot in accord with the movement. , . It repudiates tho Union Reform Par? ty "because they havo adopted a radical platform, radical principles and a radical policy," at) it remarks. .Il calla the acknowledgment of "ac? complished facts" and "dead issues," "drjceptivc-atTd oowardly." Its tone hus been anything but ad? mirable or calculated to attain for itself a dignified name or respect of Ul oppo? nen...

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