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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 6 March 1889

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6. Entered alike Post Office at Sumter, S. 0., as Second Class Matter. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. J. D. Craig-Furniture, &c. J. S. Richardson, Master-Sa'es. Ducker & Bultman-The Last Offer. Geo. P., Rowell & Co.-To Advertisers. The Simonds National Bank-Statement. The McMullen Co.-Woven Wire Fencing. - Rojal Baking Powder Co.-Comparative I Worth. . ? Personal. V Ur. A. A. Solomons has gone North for his Wf Spring goods. W Maj. H. H. Lesesne, Sheriff of Clarendon Co-anty ia in the city to-day. Hiss Lula White has returned from a long Tisit toffee City of Anderson. Miss Sallie Darr has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends in Darlington. Jir. William Pate, who has been ill for a F^^-?ocg while, bas returned to his business. ' Mrs. Andrew Simonds and Miss Sadie Simonds have been in the city during the past week. Miss Marie Calhoun of Abbeville is visiting thc family of Mr. W. Alston Pringle of th:s CttT. l?rs.R. A. Lapsley and children will leave to-Morr...

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. — 6 March 1889

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6. Higgins arid the Widow. One Sunda; Higgins came into my office and sat down without tv word, j For some minutes he sat siUfv watch- ! lag me inteutiy as if he was trying tc j mak^fjertrby the-souw? of my pen what ! I ?wa^writing. .SaMtre,' said ne si leDgth, 'did ? j ever tell you about my serape with thc ; widow H-orry, up here on the river:' j *Never did/ said I; laying down my j pen, 'lee's- hear it.' 'They're curious creatures, widow? i . IB,' said he in a meditative tone, 'and j tile more you study about 'em the more : you don't know about*'em. What was j this thing I've read about in Egypt, ; or some other country that nobody could unriddle T .The sphinx, probably,' I replied. 'YveH,' he continued that was a j widow as sure as you ever had a granny, j Everything else ia the earth has been j found out but them, and they're as much ; A'mystery to-day as the length of the ! Sorta Pole. You may road the his?o- i ry of the world from Genesis io Reve- j latious, ...

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. — 13 March 1889

tHi SUMTER WATCHMAN, Established April, 1S50. uBe Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thou Aims't at. be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's" T2E TRUE SOTTHROS, Established JUE*,* ?tftff Consolidated Aug. 2, 1881.1 SUMTER, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1889. . Sew Scries-Yol. VIII. So. 32. Publis?ie?L 07cry Wadneslay, BT .N. Gr. OSTEEN, SUMTJSK, S. C. TKRMS: Two Dollars per annual-in advance. J ADV S S TI S S ME ST8 - One Square, first insertion.$1 00 S very subsequent insertion. 50 Contracts for three months, or longer will bo made at reduced rates. AU communications which subserve private latereste will becharged for as advertisements. Obituaries and tributes of respect will be charged for. POWDE Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and can? not be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. ROYAL BAK? ING POWDER CO.. 106 ...

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. — 13 March 1889

- C|t tedman ait? jsGu? jam WEDNESDAY, HAItCH 13. . The Sumter Watchman was 'fonuded ia 1850 and the True Southron in 1866. Tba. Watchman and Southron DOW has tb? combined circulation and influence ol both of tbe old papers, and is mani? festly the beal advertising medium in Sumter CAPTAIN P. W. DAWSON. Io tbe death of this distinguished mao, "the pitiful account of which, taken principally from bis own paper, appears ia another column, our State sustains a loss, the extent of which cannot yet be appreciated. * An Englishman by birth, be identi? fied himself with oar people and their interests about twenty years ago. Since then he has fairly won the position of the shrewdest and most accomplished journalist in tbe South, and created a paper whose influence is as broad as oar country. He was, OD all occasion*, the repre? sentative par excellence of South Caro? lina ?broad, and there is none to take his Dlace. Death could not have laid ...? * his hand, within the limits of our State, ...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 13 March 1889

C|t S??dcbm an m? ? o uiijroii WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. .?ntcred at the Post Office at Sumter, S. G., as Second Class Matter. ^JSTRW ADVERTISEMENTS. J. F. Gamble-Notice. B. Scott Carson, Sheriff-Sales. Scott Cai son-Lost or stolen. "v*-' #rs. N.'R. Witbe.spoon-Notice to tres? passers. . John T. Green? School Commissioner-Ex? amination of Teachers. Personal. Mr. Wright, of Macon, Ga., brother of Hrs. C. C. Brown is in the city, visiting his sister. Hus Lillie Pate returned last Thursday from Florence where she has been visiting for some time'. * Mr. CT. Mason has moved into the City and is now living at the corner of Graham sad Sumter Streets. ] Mr. A. D. Kicker, Jr., of Chattanooga, Ten? nessee, is visiting bis father, Mr. A. D. Kicker and family of this city. Mrs. T. T. Earle? of Greenville, and Miss Annie Cooler, of Anderson, are visiting the family of Cot. J. H. Earle. Miss Evelyn Benbow, of Summerton, has returned home. She bas been visiting the family of Mr. W. H. Epperson. Mr. Her...

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. — 13 March 1889

W?BD3S?JESDAY, MARCH 13. Danger ahead to Common Schools. Wilmington Ste*. The Star mentioner! that a bili had been introduced lato the Alabama Leg? islature to apply the taxes of the whites to teaching white children and the tases of the negroes tc teaching negro child? ren. It seem? that there is a similar Bili before the North Carolina Legis? lature. Thin bill will hardly pass, ?iiere is BO doubt of ?he fac?, that such a law wouid be ?ery popular in North Carolina if it can be constitutionally ? adopted. Any man can sweep the State upon that issue by an overwhelm? ing majority if the whites were to do Che voting1, lt ie to be regretted that such a law ess not be enacted, as the time is perhaps not very remote when t&e? iH wipe oat the eommon school system entirely. If the Northers en? emies of the Southern whites continue their war the result will be the destruc? tion of ali common schools. The whites nf tn? Sooth will not agree to be heav 7 taxed for negroes any longer who n?...

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. — 20 March 1889

SUMTER WATCHMAN, Established April, 1850. "Be Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thon Aims't at. be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's " -c ??trs?liaated Aus. 2, 1881.1 SUMTER, S. C., WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20, 1889. THE TRUE SOUT?r.O:;, Established June, 186^ New Series-Tel. VIII. No. 33. Publisis? every Wednesday, BY N. GK OSTEEN, SUMTER, S. C. I TERMS I Two Dollars per anoam-in advance. ? ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 Square, first insertion..!.*..$1 00 ivery subsequent insertion.50 Contracts for three mon tbs, or longer trill * made at red aced rates. AU commanications which subserve private ^erests will be charged for as advertisements. ^/Obituaries and tributes of respect will be ^?arg??-ftjr. POWDER ^Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of trity, strength and wholesomeness. More onomical than the ordinary kinds, and can >t be sold in competition with the multitude low test, .?hort weight, alum or phosphate >wders. Sold on% in tans. ROYALBAK . ?G POWDER CO., 106 WHll-at.,...

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. — 20 March 1889

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20. The Sumter Watchman was fonuded to 1850 and the True Southron ia 1866. The Watc/bnan and Southron now has tao co?biced circulation and infiuence ef both of the o]d papers, and is mani? festly the best advertising medium ia Sumter. ?D?TOEIAL ?TEMS" The Wisconsin W. C. T. ?. has gent a letter to Mrs. Harrison asking ber Influence to banish al! kinds of alco acHc liquors from the White House daring her residence as mistress. Thirty-four young men will be grad? uated tit the State University in Juse. Steven %( them will study law, four medicine, four will become farmers and eleven will follow other industrial occu? pations. Miss Mary Anderson has been oui te tick in Baltimore, and was one day re? ported insane. Bat she is now rapidly improving and will be able, it is thought, to 511 her engagement in th? monumental city. So many tributes to the memory of j Capt. Dawson and messages of sympa- j thy with his family have been received ? that the News and Courier has be...

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. — 20 March 1889

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, "ed at the Post O?ice at Sumter, S. (?., as Second Class Matter. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Catarrh-Ely Bros. For Sale-T! M. Monaghan, Adm'r. Imperial Egg Food-Dr. A. J. China. Sumter Delicacies-Ducker k Buitrnan. Notice- Highways-T. V. Walsh, Clerk. Estate Mary S. McCutchen, Minor.-J. J. Shaw, Guardian. Personal. Mr. Aaron Suares returned on Friday from Birmingham. Mr. Willie Scaffe, who has been so ill is able to leave bis room again. Mrs. H. Harby and Mrs. A. C. Phelps hare gone to Columbia to visit friends. Judge Fraser got away from circuit work long enough to run home last week. Mr. Hazel Sanders has recovered sufficient? ly to resume his place at Ry t ten berg's. Mrs. C. E. Stubbs and two of her children bave gonecto Manning tor a short stay. Hon. H Frank Wilson has been sick for . some time, but has returned to business. Master Earnest Bultman is quite sick and is said to be threatened with typhoid fever. T5. C. Haynsworth, Esq., of Columbia, was in tb? city ye...

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. — 20 March 1889

%k fflj?fam aai> ?staibnt. > -~ ? -? - . - WBD?ESi AY. MABCH 20. The Words on the WaU. ; JV?? Light on Biblical Literature and History. Baltimore American. Until a few years 8go the region ?y?Bg between the rivers Euphrates and Tigris, with its rich store of historical and archaeological materials, was a mine which had not been opeaed by archaeologists. Like Egypt, its histo? ry is completely modern, and a few years ago nothing was known about the cuneiform inscriptions. This region is knowu in history as Mesopotamia, or the land between the rivers. Within this region is contained the beginnings of history, and year by year, as the ;- work of archaeologists goes on, new materials, are brought forth from the spot where they have Iain hidden for centuries, which throw light upon the history of mankind. One of the most teamed scholars in this country in As? syriology ? . Dr. Paul Haupt, of the John Hopkins University. Dr. Haupt is considered a phenomenon in langua? ges, having at...

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. — 27 March 1889

_,_* -. - ? -. - t i !-i II' ---^--- 1 ' - ' -^ar" ?BB SUMTER WATCHMAN, E.tabMWied Apur, 18S0. "Be Just and Fear not-Let all the Bad? thou Aims't at, be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's " TBE TKUESOUTHRON, KatabiUhci *rae, rs*?? Consolidated Aug. 2, 1881.1 SUMTER, S. C., WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27? 1889. Published every Wednesday, BY N. Gr. OSTEEN, SUMTER, S. C. TSRMS : Two Dollar? per annum-io advance. ADV S RT I S S M S 297S . 0*e Square, first insertion.$1 00 ?very subsequent insertion.50 Contracts for three months, or longer will bo made at reduced rates. All communications which subserve private interests will be charged for as advertisements. Obituaries and tributes of respect will be charged for. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Th?'?powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical tban the ordinary kinds, and can? not be sold in competition with the multitude Of low test,.short weight, alura or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. ROYAL BAK? ING POWD...

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. — 27 March 1889

WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27. The Sumter Watchman was fonud* # i? 1850 and the True Southron in 186 JLVj Watchman and Southron new b th* combined circulation and influe? of both of tbe 'o?d papers, and is ?ac featly tbe fees* advertising medium Sumter. EDITORIAL ITEMS. Justice Stanley Matthews of tl United States Supreme Court is dea< sod was buried is Cincinnati ott Tue day. He was a relict of the Hay administration which can be east spared from our museum of politic curiosities at Washington. He was bad mao, sod. while we cao not rejoit at the death of any man, we fee! tb; Mr. Matthews' removal acts as a di infectant of the Supreme Court. We know very little about jello fever in this country. Tbe inhabitant at Rio de Janeiro, the capital of Brazi ure dying off at the rate of 2,000 month in a city of 300,000, large! depleted by the Sight of every on able to take refoge in the highland.? The official return? of death from yel low fever from the commencement c the year sum up 15,000 victim...

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. — 27 March 1889

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27. Entered at the Post O?ce at Sumter, S. (7., as Second Class Matter. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. T. S. Joye-For Sale. Chipman'e Liver Pills. Jobo T. Green, Clk. Bd. Ex.-Notice. Schwarte Bros.-Grander than Ever. J. Rettenberg k Sons-Spring Announce? ment. Jone T. Green, Sch. Com.--Teacher,s As? sociation. Brown & Chandler-Spring and Summer Clothing. Personal. Miss Emmie LeGraod, of Camden, is visit? ing the family of Mr. George P. McKagen. Mrs. C. W. Hewitt of Darlington is spend? ing some time with the fancily of Capt. Brand. Ur. Knox .Corbett of Arizona ts in the city on a visit to bis father, Mr. J. N. Corbett, and ^family. Mr. E. G. Johns, representing the Chipman Medicine Company, of New York, called on ns last Friday. Miss Elma Yeadon, of Darlington, was here Saturday and Sunday visiting ber father and family. Miss Pauline Spain of Darlington, who has . been visiting her sister at the Female Institute, bas returned home. Miss Emma Corbett, who is going to school...

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. — 27 March 1889

WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27. UNLOVED AND ALONE. The sea dove some twin shadow has,? The lark has loves in seas of grass; The" wild benet tm-mpets back his vow, Th* squirrel krughe* along his bough ; Suffi I ara as lone, adas 1 Jta clouds that weep and drop and pass-. ? maiden, singing silver sweet, At cabin door, in fields? corn, Where woodbines twin* for thy retreat Sing sweet throughal> thy summer morn,. For love is landing af thy feet, Iii that fair isle in sees of corn, But I, I am unloved a-rtd lorn, As winter winds of wiatermoru. The ships, black bellied, climb the ses, The seamen seek their loves on land, And love as? lover, brand in hand, Go singing, g?*d as glad can b*?, But nevermore shall love seek rue^ By blowy sea or broken land, By bmken wil* or willo-w tFee. Bay, severcrete shaft love see me*. -Joaquin Miller. ?ta?- i ?gr ?Jost after the War. ? Tragedy of the SavannaJi River Pole Boat. Running pole boats on the Savannah ?tiver for many years before the civil war, and for z...

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. — 3 April 1889

tes STTl?TfeR WATCHMAN, Established April. 1850. Consolidated Ang. 2, 1SS?.1 1 ll ll i 1111 l l 1? ? kBe Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thou Aims't at, be thy Country's, thy Goa's and Truth's " T2JE SOUTHRON, Established Juhe, iWs SUMTER, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1889. New Scrips-Vol. Viii. No. 35. - Published sTcry "BTednes?ar, BY N. GK OSTEEN, S?MT?K, S. C. THUMS: ?S^ro Dollars per aiiuutn-in advance. ADVSRTISEMRNTS. Cae Sonare, first insertion.$1 00 fivefy suaseqceni ir.s?r?ion. 50 Contracts for three months, or tonger will "Be made at reduced rates. All comawnicatjons which subserve p'?vjtte interests will becharged for as advertiseruents. Obitcari-s and tributes of respect will be charged for. PO Absolutely Pure. *Tbis powder never varies. A marvel of *>urity, strength nnd wholesomeness. More .economical than the ordinary kinds, and can? not be'sold in compttiacn vviih the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. ROYAL BAK .JNG...

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. — 3 April 1889

WEDNESDAY. APRIL 3. The Stouter Watchman was foo oded ? 1850 and the ?Vwe Southron in iS&S. Ike ?F?*c?;wr? an? Soii?krm now bas Ike combined circulation and iof?nsoce c? both of the o?d papers, and is mani? festly the best advertising raed h sn ic Stater. WHY WE DIBI? Dr Talmage is a very great rca?, so great that the sound ef his name al m cst aves 08 ioto silence. Bat sometimes we become very brave sod, cn ?ach oc? casions, the Reverend Doctor mast take bb chances with the rest of the world. Not long since we experienced an acute attack of cowrage, and while loder ?ts influence, inveighed against the habit, lately contracted by many journals, of forcing the sermons of Dr. Talmage down all our throats once a week. Hauy of oar brethren being interested, tome took occasion to protest. Hence fe is io order for ns to tell why we did it. Some weeks ago Dr. Talmage opened bit sermon, at stated in the following clipping : Tb? subject of Dr. Talmage's recent sermon at the Brooklyn Tabe...

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. — 3 April 1889

* V? - _ , Cjjt |$$?|MI? at? Son?ijrea WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. Entered at the Post Ofice at Sumter, S. <?., as 'Second Class Matter. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. G S. Sealy-No?ice. Est. James A. Moree-Notice to F??rrs. Tbe Geo. \V. Stockell Co.-Road Carts Tbe Bank df Sumter-Quarterly State? ment. J. Ryttenberg -ft Sons-Importation of Spring Goods. SPsrs?ziai. Dr. S. C. C. Richardson, of Manning, was ;in the city on Monday. Solicitor John S. Wilson was in the city last Friday, on professional business. Mr. T. C. Morton, representing the Staun? ton Life Insurance Company is in the city. Mr. Rembert Harbin, after an absence of ?boot seven years in Texas, has returned .borne. Mrs. C. T. Mason, Jr., has been ca!Jed to tbe bedside of ber father, who is very ill in Baltimore. Mrs. C. S. Matthwison returned to her home in Charleston last Monday, accompanied bj ^liss Nita Auld. Mr. John K. Law, df'Caiifornra, broiher-in "iaw of the lau- Mrs. T. B. Fraser, is visiting the family of Judge Fraser. R. ?. ...

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. — 3 April 1889

~ r> o ** WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3. Experiment in Cotton Cul? ture. "J. M. G." contributes the follow? ing ta the Fairfield News and Herald AU such observations as are here ?-iven are valuable, and should be published for the general good : Having giveu my attention closely as to th? best mode of preparing land to -plac?; and cultivate a cotton crop, I made a discovery the past year, aod send it for publication Ito. January,. 1S"S5, ? planted ia tay garden eight young peach tree?, tu rows fifteen fci?t apart, and in March of last year planted lucerne ia drills jenaing parawel with the trees, com meacing far enc- off not to be in jared by ther had the ground heavily cuan*" bf green cotton seed, \<? phosphate ana manure, previous lo preparing to plant, and some of the eotton seed (Peterkin) was scattered suSciently far to fall between the trees Stalks of cotton came up ia April where there* li ad been no plowitg. I decided to select a stalk as near as I -couW be? tween the tr?es, and ...

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. — 10 April 1889

SSK SU3STER WATCHMAN, Established April, 1S50. "Be Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thou Aims't at, oe thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's " THE TE UK SOUTHRON, Established June, 18C* r.AnfiAliii?t.P?i Al??. 2. ISSI.! SUMTER, S. C., WEDNESDAY.. APRIL 10, 1889. Sew Series-Yoi. YUL Xo. 36. ? ? (J Publishes, QTsry TE'edaesday, sr N. O. OSTEEN, SU31 TER, S. C. Tr? RM s : Two Dollars per aunutu-in advance. ADVBRTI85MJC??TS. One Square, 5rs; insertion.$1 00 Every subs?quent insertion. 50 Contracts for three months, or longer will bf? made at reduced rates. AU commnnicaticn-? which subserve private interests will be charged for as advertisements. Obituaries and tributes of respect will be charged for. Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of parity, strength and wholesomeness. Mure ? economical than the ordinary kinds, and can Bot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cons. ROYAL 8 AK- j ING POWDER CO.,...

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. — 10 April 1889

WEDNESDAY. APRIL IO. The Swatter Watchman wa* fonuded im 18?0?a*dthe True Swttkrvn rn i866. Tbe ?Ftsfcfma? and Southron now bas ?ile comoined oirculatftm and influence of both of the oki papers, a?d is mani? festly the best advertising medium in Slater. A DAY OP DSdTKtFCTlON. Last Sstar?ay was s ?ark day for 8rs fnsurance companies, and stilt darker for ?MT who* eau jai r*o h surance. in the city el Savannah, Georgia, at feast $1,000,000 worth of property was destroyed by fire. The conflagration started in Hogan's dry goods store on Broughton Street, at 6 P. M., and ex? tended over fourteen blocks, bounded by Broughton, Bali, Hall sad Jefferson Streets. Tbe wind was blowing a gale and the Sasses were uncontrollable for seven hours. The largest single loss was that of the venerable Independent Presbyterian Church, which was com? pleted ic 1819 at a cost of f125,000, ?nd eau not be replaced for $200,000. It was the St. Michael's of Savannah. In Norfolk, Virginia, on the same day, fire...

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