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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 10 April 1889

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10. Entered at the Post Office at Sumter, S. G. y as Second Class Matter. NSW ADVERTISEMENTS. " S. Scott Carson, Sheriff-Sales. Miss McEJhose-Attention Ladies. Kiogman & Co.-Note the Redaction. D. J. Winn-My Spring and Summer Stock. J. P. Richardson, Governor-Proclamation. Philadelphia Benevolent Association Notice. Simpson & Simpson-G lear Springs Min? eral Water. Personal. Ur. G. R. Harvin of Manning was in the City last Thursday. Miss Sudie Fnrman, of Privateer, is visit? ing friends in this city. Bliss Blanche Beckham, of Privateer, has returned from Columbia. Mr. Henry Whilden of Charleston is spend? ing some time with friends here. Mist Annie LaFar of Charleston is visiting the family of Capt. B. G Pierson. Mr. DovaU, representing the Cheraw Iroo Works, is in the city on business. Miss Carrie Duncan, of Union, is visiting tba family of Col. J. S. Richardson. Judge Fraser and Solicitor McDonald ar? rived in town on Saturdvy, and were at their posts on M...

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. — 10 April 1889

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10. T?e Biggest Acre of Corn. A. Bl. Porcher, of Berkeley County, writes as follows to the Xeics- and* Char? rier: I have been expecting to hear some one correct the statement circu? lated qaite fre<jaently in t-bc public prints that Dr. Parker's-crop of ?oro (raised on oue- acre), was- greater than ever raised on oue acre. On the fifth page of the January, ?876 number of the Southern Cultiva? tor, M*. W. 7u Joues, editor, refers specially to an acre of corn raised by Mr. ?. Turoley in 1875. It was measured by a committee of three, ap? pointed by Gravely Springs Grange, &>. 5^0, Graveley Springs, Lauderdale County, Alabama. The yield of the acre was 221 bushel's and 7 quart's. Mr. Jones refers te- the fact of t??e .yield exceeding that of Br. Parker's acre (Columbia, S. C ,) by twenty-oue bushels. Turoley planted three by three, three stalks left in a bill. Seed planted carefully selected nnd very pro? ductive. I happened myself to have seen Dr. Parker's.c...

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. — 17 April 1889

^^^^^ N ?P^- -:---:-;-.-=ss^-'--:-1-"" ~ :-"~ - ??-:-r*. i SUMTER WATCHMAN, Established April, 1850. "Be Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thou Aims't at, be thy Country's, thy God's asd Truth's " THE TKUK SOCTSROK, Kgt&is?iehed jun?, I8*J8 fe ?w?lin^a in?. 2. mif? SUMTER. S. G., "WEDNESDAY. APRIL ?7, 1889. New Serics-Yol. tilt No. 37. . Wfl?&ei 070T7 ?Tadaeaday, Br N. O. OSTEEN, Si?tiYER, S. C. TKRMS : Two Dollars per annum-in advance. ?DVSSTiStYlSTS. O&e jSqaare, 6rst ins?rtfoo..$1 0<i Every aesseqoent insertion.. 50 Ooo tracts for three months, or longer will be made at reduced rates. AH commnmicattons which subserve private 'fcterests wi il be charged for as"t3verl5sersents. * Obituaries and tributes of resect " will be Charged for. POWDER 'Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of parity, strength a rfd wbotes>o?eoess. More ^ccooottica] Tfeaa the ordinary kinds, and can 1 not be BOTd ia competition with the multitude .'of low test, short weight, ...

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. — 17 April 1889

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17. The Sumter Watchman was fonuded to 1850 and the Trve Southron in 1866. Th? Wa?chiftan aH& Southron now has tba combined circulation and influence ol both of the old papers, and is mani featly the best advertising; mediara in Sumter. ora SCHOOLS. Last week we published an Act of the General Assembly, making a separate 8ckov~- district of this city cf Sumter, ?ad providing for the levy, ender cer? tain conditions, of a special tas fer school purposes* We have something farther to say pa the subject of schools, ind hope it will be accepted as a fact . that the Watchman and Southron has BO unpleasant personalities to occupy the attention of its readers. ?t is sim? ply working for the public good. "The manser io which it is received shows that most persons recognize this fact, tat it desires the ill will of none and the stroog and willing support of every one in its efforts to build np oar eily ?nd county. Last year sn honest attempt was made io perfect a graded ...

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. — 17 April 1889

Our Contemporaries. The Exodus and Immigration, Prosperity Press'. The statement that ?0.000 white aatids wasted tc- leave Illiuois for JSfortb Carolina is f>aiu to be strictly correct. ?t is further stated that the farmers are making openings for a great many of theta-, and that if the negro? eiodus continues ail negroes wril bte' replaced with white labor on the far ss. After awhile the negroes will foam io tbe schoo? of experience how well the whites can get along without them, and witt be constrained to acknowledge, possibly wheo too late to be of benefit, Cbtrt their best friend's are i& the So?&er? States. ?aite Democratic. Barnwell Sentinel. The action of the mistress of the White House io discharging all colored servants and supplying their places with white labor has throws consternation among colored people in every quarter and established Mrs. Harrison as a bet? ter democrat than can be found in many Southern towns. Tb?s course is not ap: to make. Mrs. Harrison...

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. — 17 April 1889

WEDNESDAY. APB?lTl7. SHE CONCEALED PAPER. "With a dull light thrown ia spreading rays, the peculiar light which gives to the Kirroiindiag objects a mysterious and tragic ?Sr by "sharpening shadows, thc yollowisb ?lara cf the bull's eye ianteru illuminates the Seena it was in th? office of the commis? saire cf police of one of the quarters'bordor mg the left bank of the Seinc_ The bull's eye, placed on bis desk, traces fe. outlines, like Chinese shadows, of a jfronp of men gathered about something in? visible and extended-a person or thing, j ?ne distinguishes the kepis of the sergents de j ville, a few fashionably cut coats, a blue j blouse, a hand clasping a sort of a barge? man's boogana" then, talking ^together at one side, the commissaire of police and a j young doctor of a neigh boring quarter. t t (jo- the command of the commissaire one of j tba sergents de ville lifts she bullseye, the group divides and the luminous arrow falls ; upon ? stretcher and a rigid form sharply de-,...

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. — 17 April 1889

Cjje Satinan anl^sal^roa WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17. Li Entered at the Post Ofice at Smiter, S. G., as Second Class Matter. JBTKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Ducker & Buhmao-T. John Reid-Still in the Lead. E. Cardarelli -?A New Enterprise. Ken? A. Carson-Final Discharge. I>r. T. W. Bookburt-Dental Surgeon, "fist, of AII*a Thompson-Citation Notice. Cotton Seed Oil Co.-Cotton Seed Meal. C. X. Hurst, Cik. and Treasurer-Annual Repe rt. E. E. Bryan-Pianos, Organs and Sewing Machines. A. White, Jr., and W. Alston Pringle, Jr. -Holiday Notice. Hrs. White and Miss Miller-Spring and Summer Millinery. Personal. Emmie LeGracd bas returned to her home in Camden. Mrs. Georg? F. Epperson is Tating ber parents in Columbia. Mr. W. V. Jennings oF the postal service was ia the city on Saturday. Miss Marnte Mulligan of Charleston is on a ??.it to ber cousin Mrs. R. P. Monaghan. Capuin C. A. Malloy, the popular and efficient deputy retenue collector was in the city last wat-k. Miss Ida C. Brogdon, who bas been spe...

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. — 17 April 1889

WEDNESDAY? APR??T^ Bees Like Men. The Anatomy and Physiology of Bees wa? the sobject of a lecture re? cently delivered by Mr. John As pin wall, at the Cooper Institute, New York. Tbe lecture was illustrated by stereopli can views. The Now York Times give.s this amusing acooaat of it: While ia its physical make-up the bee is ia many respects the opposite of maa ia its habits and tricks, yet it very much resembles the lord of creation, and were bees to be transformed Hito ?en, some would undoubtedly go into the police force, or in the board of al? dermen, while there woukt not be a few successors to Jake Sharp, and lo tbe inexperienced young toughs who get clubbed by the police, and are then sent up to the penitentiary for -?-shon esty and general "gass.'' Tfc> occupa? tions of walking delegate and dude mashers are also found in apiarian so? ciety. The little bee, that is, the worker, is a boroy-skioned child of toil. It is in? cased in rings and shields of smooth horn to shield 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. — 24 April 1889

HUE S?M?KB WATCHMAN, established 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 TBK TRUE SODTHRON, Established June, 1863 Consolidated Aus. 2, 1SS1.1 SUMTER. S. C., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24, 1889. PaMiahtd every Wednesday, BT N. GK OSTEEN, SUMTER, S. C. TERMS: Two Dollars per annum-in advance. ADVXBTISXMKKTS . Ca? Square, first insertion.$1 00 ?Tecy subsequent insertion. 50 Contracts for three months, or longer will te made at reduced rates. All coramunicfttions which subserve private a-ic^rests Vril! be charged for as advertisements. * Obituaries and tributes of respect will be chare ed for. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of parity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and can? not be sold io'compet? tion with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in casu. ROYAL BAK? ING POWDER CO., 106 Wall-st., N Y*. CQIPM AN'S TONIC FOR THE B...

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. — 24 April 1889

WEDNESDAY, APRIL; 24. . Tb? Sumter Watchman was fonnded in 1850 and the True Southron in 1866. The Hraic?7itan end Soitthron now has tho combined circulation and in Sue nee of botl? of the old paper?, and is mani? festly tbs best advertising medium in 8am ter. EDlfOBlAL ITEMS. Prohibition was defeated in M?ssa chusetts on Monday by 40,000 majority, of whrct? Boston gave one half. The Charleston base ball team is get? ting a good thrashing as usual ; this time at tbe hands of New Orleans. Fire destroyed ?3,000.030 worth of property in New York Oh last Friday nigbu The fire was on the water front and the New ?ork Central railroad is the heaviest loser. News comes from Cincinnati that Marat Halstead is dangerously ill with some sort of rheumatic affection. Heart failure was at one time noticed, bot last reports say he is improving. The- town council of .Abbeville has been requested by a mass meeting of eitisen8 to order an election on the ques? tion of a $30,000 subscription to the Car...

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. — 24 April 1889

WEDNESDAY, APRIL; 24, The Big Oak, Mr. Editor: Everybody who- Ba? ?Ter visited' Bishopvtllo remembers the giant oak which stood- at the cross- roads in that town. Hearing of its destruc? tion, Mr. James R. ^fcCallam, now of Tennessee, wrote the verses hereto at? tached, and sent them to a friend here. They h&ve never been printed, and I hope you- will give them a place io your journal, as they will be interesting to many. Abtut two years agc most cf the limbs on the big oak fell off, leaving j . the old trunk, with only two of the large lower branches statrdiog. A- few weeks ago our town council had^this felled and the s&mp dug np. The history of this tree i's identified with that of Bishopviile since the latter ex? isted. Tt was in early times the ren? dezvous fer all p?btfc gatherings, its mammoth spreading branches have cov? ered the heads of many patriots-, and many a weary traveler has it sheltered from the imr?iftg su? or the driving ram. Captain J. W. Stackey says, wh...

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. — 24 April 1889

HB VbYJ?atcdf^ First Page. H:-}wo?dt?k% to feis^in??t ptessing creditors i-)'[[ ,iactedingi?ieipr?pnetor of his lodging* l::/'9md'X^esit on ?virig much as before; t "salve his conscience he .did" make som -j^piTfeg 'about work, but not in such ? manner as to secure practicable answer; *Ono subject possessed bis mind, and tba 'vas-Mrs. Tunstall. It was impossible f o At?nito Kv? with Iiis motlier while tba affair was going on. His infatuation wa ^.intensified by Sylvia's timidity andre .Jactance, A man's brains count fe ~ rntotkiag in such a matter. Percy h\c itt th? desire of the moment; he gave n ; thought to the inevitable consequence; If he might see her today, or to^niofrou Jno matter about the day after, and n 'Blatter that the meeting was fraugh . "with banger both tb'ker and to him. Th ? 'difference 'between-a good desire and a *evil ono generally is that the fermer i ;8an?and -the latter has more cr less o /insanity. - * - ^Syl viafe* heart Vas'n??rengaged^if sh could be sai...

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. — 24 April 1889

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17. Entered at the Post Office at Sumter, S. (7., as Second Class Matter. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. . W. J. Dawsey- Notice. Ducker & Buitrean-T Talk. Bank of Sumter-Savings Department. Brad we!! & Dawsey-Dissolution Notice. . Simonds National Bank-SH ve vour Money. T. V. Walsh, Cik. Bd. Co. Com.-Work at Poor Hone. Personal. Rev. John Kershaw weat to Camden yes* terday. Ker. james McDowell, of Manning, was in the etty yesterday. Mrs. John E. Phillips is visiting ber daugh? ter ia Charleston, Miss Annie LaFar left for her borne in Charleston yesterday. Governor J. P. Richardson was in the city ?w some hours yesterday. Mrs. George D. Shore went to Florence on Monday, to spend a short time. Mr. L. L. Catlett of Baltimore, is visiting his sister, Mrs. C W. Kingman. Miss Minnie Rees, of Suteburg, is visiting the family of Rev. John Kershaw. Miss Annie McMahan will leave for ber home in Columbia on to-morrow morning. Miss Sallie Paxton, who has bet-? visiting hst sister ...

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. — 24 April 1889

WEDNESDAY, APRIL* 24. Miss Rabael Clock. Hete a little piece from the peo of ; some genius oe the steff of the News and (fattier, which pets to shame all other imitations of Gallah we have ever read. It will be observed that not OD ty is the dialect perfect, bat the artist has worked oat te the life, aa average nig? ger, traio of thought -So. Uncle Rafas S weet wine, of Teo-mile Hill, got off his male in front of a big jewelry store oa King street yesterday morning, fiuog the bridie over "Away? back'a" neck and terned the curious beast loose to graze. Awayback's ears were marked jost as they mark cows io the country. The left ear had a hole in the flap, and the right ear was split in so many places that it looked like a last summer's palmetto fan. Io the lao* gonge of the rural districts, 'dat mule was ootifj wid & ballet-hole eeo one yay end sebea shallow fork eeo de adda.' . To say that A wayback was old does sot begin to express it. Eifas said that A wayback 'ouse to-blong to...

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. — 1 May 1889

m SUMTER WATCHMAN. E?abU*h?l April, 1S50- "Be Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thoa Aitns't at, bs thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's "_Tas Tites SOCTITKON. K.-:abH?h?d ?ene. is<fi> iwAua*t^ 2. 1SR1.1 SUMTER, S, C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1889. New Series-Tol. YUL Ne. -39. -Published every ^odnes?ay, 3Y N. Gr. 'OSTEEN, SUMTER, S. C. * THUMS : i ?Ptro Dollars per ss mun-io advance. A D V 8 R T I S K M 5 N S . ^RpQe Square, ?rst insertion.$1 Od ^^Kvery subsequent insertion. 50 \Wm Contracts for three mon bbs, or longer will be made at red aced rates. AH communications which subserve private 'Interests will be charged for as advertisements. ^"Obituaries and tributes of respect will be charged for. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of parity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cac Tjot be sold in competition with the multitude .of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate ?powders. Sold only in cam. ROYAL BAK tNG POWDER...

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. — 1 May 1889

Ck Stakte? SRO jsoufbrea. ?a O <0 WEDNESDAY, MAY 1. The Sumter WatcJvnian was founded f? 2850 and the 2V?e Southron ia 1SS6. The WaicAman. and Southron now has the combined circulation and influence of both of the old papers, and is mani? festly the test advertising m?dium ia Sam ter. H?TT?&DSICKNESS. It is popularly supposed* that the city has a regularly constituted Board of Health, if so, it mast be composed of Tery modest material-aiHicied with a shrinking and retiring nature, which hesitates to bring itself before tho public eye. Seriously, if we are cor? rectly informed as to the composition of this Board, there can exist but one ob? jection to it. All the members have so much business of their own that they have no leisure to attend to the pubiie health. The General Statutes provide for the appointment of sab-boards of health consisting of two practising physicians and one layman, ard the duties of these sub-boards are laid dowe io Section 916 as follows : Sscr?oK916. ...

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. — 1 May 1889

WEDNESDAY, MAY 1. Miss Wilson ia China. The following letter from Miss Essie Wilson is clipped from the Southern Presbyterian. HANG Cno?.r, GUISA, | February 19, 1889. j Mr DEAR YOUNG FRIENDS : It ssem? to me that by far the greater number of letters written by; missionaries are for growo people, at least I used to think so when I was a little girl. So I am going to write to the children, and I hope all of :ny little friends and scholars whoo I left in America, and many others besides will read this, for I am } sure you want to hear all you can about your tittle Chinese sisters. Now, when you read thia ? want you to .get your atlases and Sud China, then ?cofc carefully until you find Hang Chow. Well, that is where I am When I look out of my window, I get a lovely view of the mountains, and DOW they are particularly beautiful, fer they are covered with snow. Within the same enclosure as oar boase is the "Girls' Boardrag School/' There are forty-three in it at present, many of them br...

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. — 1 May 1889

7 f Continued from First Page. are here!" she said breathlessly, feared I should miss rou.** "Are you alone? How did you cc here?* returned be. He closed the d .ad led her Into the sitting room. "Judge Ketelle told us that you w staying with Mr. Martin. Is he"1 glanced about the room and hesitated **He has gone out," said Percy. "1 70U come to see him?" "I came to see you. Percy. I can une stand wiiy you kept away from us, bi wanted to tell you that I am your sis! 2 love you and believe in you, and wi erer happens you can trust nie, I>et do something for you!" She spoke w great emotion, though in a control Toioe, and he could perceive that a tres passed through her now and then as 1 stood before him. A feeling of strong brotherly tend nees and gratitude came over the you man; he put his arms round Pauline a kissed her. "I couldn't do that h wasn't innocent, my dear," he said. "Of course 1 know you are innocen she exclaimed indignantly. "What rm that woman accuse you? She knowi " ...

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. — 1 May 1889

Cbe IMbstan aiti>Soaibnm o o ?_ WEDNESDAY, MAY 1. Entered at the Post Ofice at Sumter, S. 0., as Second Class Matter. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Alomes Scholarship-Notice. <?eo. F. Epperson-To the Farmers. Est. Benj. F. Lawson-Citation Notice. Docker & Bultman-Judg? bj Past Expe? rience. Eat. C. T. Player-Notice to Debtors and -Creditors. Estates of M. F. Hewson and Mrs. Catherine Bowson-Notice to Debtors and Creditors. Personal. Dr. G Allen Hoggins was in the city this Tr eek. Mr. Frank Beckham spent a few days io "Beonettsville last week. Mr. J. W. Wilder will go to St. Stephens <oo next Sat ard*, j to spend some time with his mother. Mn. Brockington, of Williamsburg is in the city visiting her mother, Mrs. Paxton, who is ia ill health. Mr. Phillip Finn, representing the Charles? ton Iron Works, bas been in the city some days visiting Mr. A. W. Suder and family. Mrs. W. E. Zemp, of Camden, is in the city visiting her mother, Mrs. Brimson and ber ?lister Mrs. W. E. Dick. Miss...

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. — 1 May 1889

WEDNESDAY, MAY L ^. JIM* RILEY'S COME TO TOWN. Jto Riley's come io town, boys, he's now at Par? ker's place, Ks Hoosier versero read us, with its quaint and touching grace; He's billed at Tremont temple-oh, bow Brown? ing's stock goes dowe, As tis repeated on Ute street? "Jim Riley's come to town!" Bow dear bis homely- measure that is more than wordy art, Atti takes the very shortest cat to reach the hu? man heart. Tb? fashioners of tawdry verse upon his muse may frown; A Hg for~ ail their tinseled phrase- Jim Riley's come to town.' Sh? gold of human natura through bis verses glints and shines, &td haman heart beats are the stops that punc? tuate the lines; Jtooogh the screty'that's hts of well deserved re? nown; .Enough of jejrfcr-jsto know. Jim fclley's come to town. -Boston Budget MERS IN S?EPES. 6HOEMAK?NGJN THE Kft?GS COUNTY <N. Y.) PENITENTIARY. - hurtling 'Ont Three Thousand Pairs ot j Shoes *?Hl!y-Wonderful Machines Ero j $Hjcu - V*&s Lab?rt- tn tba tiaildiffg. j ...

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