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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 4 September 1889

mi mil) Son?lirra. DAY, SEPTEMBER 4. UjktfPlost Office at Sumter, S. G., as Second Class Matter. HBW ADVERTISEMENTS. Richard Thompson-Notice. Altamont Moses-New Goods. Graded Schools-Public Notice, A. W. Boyd-Privateer Express. ?1 Altamont Hoses-Fire Insurance. 4 M. R.. Wilson-A Change of Base. R. T. felton-Real Estate for Sale. . Durant ? Be!?uer-Everything New and * Stylish R. Mi Cooper, Pres? Farmer's Alliance ' September 14. Personal. ^ -Hiss {lillian Hoyt has returned home. Jin. J. 58. Sykes, of. Ridgeway, is in the Wiss Lissie Benbow, of Manning, is visiting here. Misa AHce If oran, of Charleston, is visiting is Sumter. Mrs. W. H. Yates has reta med from the mountains. ? Er". Louis Darr has returued frost Rocky Biter Springs. 0 Mr. J. W. Wilder, bsa rem roed to Sumter from St. Stephens. Mrs. S H. Bolman oas gone to the moun? tains of North Carolina. Mc, Walter Harby and family are back '- from their Sommer o a ting, Mr. Charlie Yates has retorced to his post lo tho store of Mr...

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. — 4 September 1889

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. r A Very Serious Problem. Additional Points About President Barldey's New Road. ? 3^itb the view of obtaining something ?bf interest concerning the" scheme of .the projectors of the railroad from PregaalTs to the town of Walterboro, ; and the uki mate completion of the .^Robinson system of railroads from Portsmouth, Va., to some point io Aorida, ibo soo pe of which was revealed io the News and Coarier yesterday morning, a Reporter sought an inter? view with a prominent railroad official on the subject. "I don't wish to appear in the pa? pers," said he, "and yon most not publish this interview ander my name, ^ bat what was published in your paper Ulis morning was quite correct. There .'Wis one thing yon did not mention, and that was the donation of the old rails -of the Eataw ville Railroad to the build * ing of this new road from the turnout to Walterboro The new management of the Eutawviile Railroad have deter? mined to pat down sixty-pound steel rails inste...

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. — 11 September 1889

Consolidated Aug. 2V18S1.1. SUMTER, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ll, 1889._Nev Series-Yot IX. So. 6: , - - - - - -- --- - -T"-1-^-7T? N?isatA troy Vednesd?r BT N. Gr. OSTEE?if SUMTER S, ? _ Two Dollars per annum-in Advance. A 0 V S a T181 MI M T 8 "" O** Square, first insertion.$1 O?, Bv?ry subsequent insertion. 50 Contracts for three months, or longer will be sade at reduced rates. All commanications,which sabeerva private falaces to will be charged for as advertisements. Obituaries and tributes; of respect will be charged for. flOTAl Ililli . Ufate powder never varies. A marvel of ferity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and can ?et bf^>lC?cornpetition with the multi tute of low test, snort weight, al um or phosphate powders. Sold only in easts. ROi ALBAK HEAD.fc y^M l^^^gar^ Balm .'j* .G. r~ r - 5 ci Tk*?n?ep^ ttoe debilitated, wnein 3??rSae<ee*? of vor* of mind or J?alar?al R?gions, JSSStlve ever ottered thc suffering 1?T?1*<3~ #wo7 J&...

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. — 11 September 1889

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ll. The Sumter Watchman was founded in 1850 and the True Southron ia I860. Tba Watchman and Southron now has tee combined : circulation and influence of both of the old papers, and is manir fest^ tbs best advertising medium in Sumter. u agfag g 'a \ - THE CITY OF SUMTER. It seem? to be the' -general impres? sion both here and elsewhere in the Stale that Sumter is entering upon an importanrera of her history. With the completion of ihe Eetaw ville Hail way? the eity will spring forward with giant strides to meet the new conditions and advantages that wilt Surround and con? troller financial, commercial and social relations. Mach will be done for as in spite of ourselves, but much more re? mains for us to do. Ten years ago with ? population of over two thousand Sumter had no bank. AU the surplus money, either went into the banks of other cities and was circu? lated there, locked up at home, or still worse,'lent to the factors in Charleston, thus- ensbiing them wit...

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. — 11 September 1889

E. E. REMBERT P, F. GAILLARD, General Manager. DEALERS IN ;. ?; 'S i .et ? VT TO A? r Of Every Description CUTLERY, GUNS, Agricultural Implements, TINWARE, RISER Jil LEATHER BELTING, POTWARE, GRINDSTONES. PUMPS 9 BARB WIRE PRATT GOTT SSES, Hi PIPE FITTINGS, IRON, Hubs, Rims, Spokes, -i LS, PM, OILS, Stoves and Fixtures, ngines, A FULL LINE OF Buggies and Wagons, to, Oils of all kinds, also agents for the Celebrated Dupont's Gun Powder which we will sell in an; quantity. We also have the agency for the Best Turbine Water Wheel, made by Janies A. Dav] Our lines are complete in every particular and we would respectfully ask you to come ai examine our stock? GIVE US A CAUL.

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. — 11 September 1889

ORATORY AS A FINE ART. _______ - ELABORATE TRAINA OF A SPEAKER 6 . ^ v 1 . . . ..? i long Windell ness Cultivated as a Fino Art. j Tb? Decline Doe to toe Di-ffusion of Cheap literature-Gootl Speaking as Important Now as t'ver. I In antiquity the training of an orator the^^n notary held a large place, tm<M ^>hona?c-js, or voice driller, was " 9X11 K^sa?at accessory, not 'only of eHs]?Ss ??1 4?? oratory, but of many for^B^rato?aI:./0f the methods of the ' " ll-K3ffC^ ^ft ^ww iittie, but we Snd Hpt^la^BaB^the classical writers that, |Ke c?tl^^^rjiis professional brethren ?a more recent days, he was not disin? clined to magnify his office. Seneca, in cue of hts letters, warns his friend - against living, vocally speaking, in sub? jection to his phonascus, and implies that he might as well keep another artist to superintend his walking. In our own day the phonascus still sur ri res in pub l? 2c life, though perhaps more as a lux? ury than an acknowledged necessity. . SIX HOUR SPEEC...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 11 September 1889

Entered at the Poet Office at S?oter, S. 0.i a* Second Class Matter. NSW ADVERTISEMENTS. Bi G. Gibson-Cotton Buyer. John Bud-The Trust Broken. ?I. W. Ingram-Deere? of Divorce. Master's Sale-O'Connor Property. Brown 4 Chandler-Clothing, 4c K. E. Rem bert 4 Co-Hard ware, 4c O'Doone? 4^o~Faf?rf?' (J* la Da j. SooMorCbtt^llilIc-rK??co to Fara?, Ti 8B??8H^^>M f Rdti Announcement. Estate Addison S. Woodward-Administra? tion Notice. . -. T -r Personal. M??*Bt*9* Senden *? at home- again, Mrs'^ranW RVBcses''ia on "Sum-j ter. . Mr. s^M/s^T^.Seaffo are at home ?gain. Mr. T. M. MeCutcheu of Williamsburg warrin toe cit; last week. Miss, Minuie Beckham, of Privateer, is Tisiti6?'?toiT?inCoJoinb?a. f Miss Loo Davis, of Columbia, is risking the Misses Corbett, of thia city. Mr?. P. R. FowWt da?g?*? of Mr. C. H. Jonas is on a visit to her father. Mr. J. W. Weeks has returned to hw home from Ashville, N. C. i Bradley of Mavesville is visit? ing the finally ot Mr. A. G. Warren. Mr, W.?r Boafeam, b...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 11 September 1889

WEDNESDAY. gEggg^KEB ll. AM CONTENDS. .faro coo ten ted; tut te? my mothe? milter vtBsge, My sweetheart ic' the-cottage, tb pray for me'with folded banda" Thu aeWicrgdeatf; his mother aa* hts^eetbeast, ?ey'iAj for bim with- folded hands. <hejn?jgres grave ?BOD the bnstiefleJd, Aw ai! th? earth was- re* Wherein they laid him the sua beheld him- thu* aodaaJ?? "lam cectented-'* A?o> flowers ctestereci on his grave At? were contented there tb Noon* M?? when- tho wind would roar ?meng* she trees, ?be*rasfced the soldier ?rom-hfe-*rep, dsjfc gnxve* *vtas lt tho nag <hat tattere*r "ttajl" said tho whs*. **iey gallant hero, Kay; thou hast dt&d kr hattie, bot the flag Hath won the day. T?y comrades Save carried lt away fuQ happily. " ?heasr said the acfcSer frocn hi3 de^? dark grave* ? ^?BWContented.n ?nd then- be heartened to the war Sering $f herdraad shepherds, aatfhera&ked: ?.fe-?ati the din of battler "Nay!" they said; "nay, ra? g?ftai??feero< Tot thoo art dead; the'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 18 September 1889

__"?. -_-**?-------'----*-?-,---.-- r--:-r.-w ?tt ?mm WATCHBA!., *?.1>1HM A,m, 18SO. "Be Jast and F?ar not-Let All the Ends thon Alms't at. be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's"_^_TgK TBPE SOPTHHOS, B.t?bm,?d j^, 18ee Consolidated Aug. 2, 1881 f SUMTER. S. C., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1889. Sew Series-Yol. IX. No. 7. BX N. Gk OSTEEN, SUMTER, S. C. TCRMS: Two Doll?? per annum-ta advance. 1DTIST1SIXIMTS. OpC Satiate, first insertion...$1 00 Beary snbseqaent insertion.-. 50 Contracts for titree months, or tonger will hm ande At ted ?ced rates. AH communications which subserve private laaitesf will be charged for as advertisements. - - Obituaries and tributes of respect will be charged for. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder sever varies? A marvel of parity, strength nod wholesomeness. More aceaswaial than the ordinary kinds, and cau? se* be sold ia competition with the multitude mt low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only weans. 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. — 18 September 1889

Continued from First Page. glance at her. As she came down see was nur; entirely new picture, though ne?e less? charming, in ! v wraps. And-oh. bnss: 3he saw him ami'said: 44See mo to- th-s esn rtage. Phil, and then Sad papa for me," How tenderly he hand ; : r dc '*?a theeai*-? peted stone steps I He ha*.-. : pictures of wch scenes, and tried to co; . .a his poses with those ho recalled, .HJ :ed the car? riage door. Lacia stepped t-., hut her train could not follow of its own volition, so Phil ha<l the joy of lifting the rustling mass that had the honor of following the feet of divin? ity. Shea ce close?! the carriage door ro gretful?v, but a Ettie hand kindly* stole through the window, as Lucia said: "Good night. Don't, forget to send jKipa out."" '?ii wont," said PhiL Thc? ho looked hack quickly: the door of tho boase was closed, so he raised the little hand to his lips and kissed it several times in rapid succession. True, thehand was g!cve?;-feut Phil's fcnag?natioa^ was not*...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 18 September 1889

The Stateburg Barbecue. STATSBURG, September 9.-The Col? ored Farmers'' ?Miaree gave a barbecue at Stateb?rg OD Friday, September 6, and there moat haye been folly nine haodred mea and women present. Some members of the white Alliance were requested to be. present and one ^>or two were asked to address the colored people. The meeting was held in a lot ancter the spreadiog boughs of some j* 'old oak, trees. The prevailing senti? ment of this Alliance was shown by having a piece of cotton bagging spread across above the entrance for all to pass under and read on it, "The Colored Farmen' Alliance. A brass band of colored musicians from Sumter enliven? ed the occasion. The speakers address? ed the meeting from the piazza of an Y ? old house, in which sat most of the whites, the officers of the Alliance and \ ? the bind. After the meeting bad been called to order by Chairman K. M. Addison, with a short address, in wbioh he re? ferred most kindly to his white friends, and the good humo...

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. — 18 September 1889

gag- g I = .;.[. T&ef^m?er^ tfafc Asian was founded 9 1850 and the IVue SoiUhron in 1866. ^^Sbe JFo?c??wa a?a* SouiHron Sow has tbe oom bi oed circulation and influence of both of the old papers, and is mani? festly the best advertising.medium ia J* Sumter. - *M*s*V THS DEPORTATION OP THU NEGRO. The newspapers of the State are en? gaged in a discussion of the question whether it would be for the good of oar country and the negro to remove the latter from onr midst and colonize him io Hay ti, C'iba, or some such country to be provided by the government. This plan, as proposed by the advo? cates of the scheme i Deludes th? exper? iment of allowing the negroes full con . trot of tbe country to which they will be deported. Tuey are to make their own laws, and administer them. The only restraint will be the form of gov? ernment which, of conree, must be Re? publican. Some of the papers are dismissing thu scheme with all the seriousness and earnestness they could employ in crit? icisi...

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. — 18 September 1889

Mk ?it|man m? j? o ni ?jr AB. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. ADVERTISEMENTS. D. J. ^an-JKotbiog. T..3. Corlis-G roceries. Ra?. J. A. Harmon-Lost. Co.-Bargains. Schwartz Bros.-Fall Announcement. A. S k W. A. Brown-A Solid Color. J. By tteoberg *Sons-Cotton Bagging. P. P. Gaillard, Co. Treas.-Tax Notice. O'Donnell k Co.-Fall and Winter 1889. Kat. Miss Lydia H. Wells-Citation Notice. Docker k Bultman-Dry Goods and Gro? ceries. Joo. T. Green, Sch. Com.-Public School Examination. Personal. Mr. J. B. Harvin is in Sumter. Ker. D. X. LaFar, of Charleston is in the citr. Mr. J. T. Green has returned from Lan? caster. Col. J. D. Blabd?ng bas returned from his trip to Lexington, Ky. ^ Mr. S. F. Flowers has returne? to his home much^mpr^ed in^eal:h. of Manning, spent ser iys"?aWthe lasfcweek.' - Wa regret to lean that'Capt. L. L. Fraser, Sr., of M ?cha ni CST ii le, is very low. Mill M tao ic L?de^ of Clarendon, sp?n^^ j i Bey. M. Pi Matbeoy, of Dallas, Texas', of the Baptist communion, ia in the cit...

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. — 18 September 1889

FALL Goods IN ALL ITS ?LORY! Such a Gorgeons Array never before ^en i? ???.*er As before we inaugurate enables you to clearly see Sf I Our Cuts in Domestics. ! First of all remember we bring down the price of Coaters Spool Thread to 45c a dozen, 4c a spool. Fruit of the Loom 36 in, wide at 8 l-2e. 2 Cases Calicos, elegant dress styles, at 5c. 200 pieces Gingham, newest styles, at 8c, 26 pieces 10-4 Brown Sheeting at 17 l-2c. 20 pieces 10-4 Bleach Sheeting at 19a, full value at 25c. 100 White Honey Comb Quilts at 85c, reg? ular price $1. 100 doz. 1/oileys at 25c. dozen, aM Linen. 25 pieces Turkey Red Damask at 25c. yd. Our Towels you will truly have to see t appreciate these greax values. We offer i all 275 dozen at 7,9,12,15 and 19 cts. Yo will consider them good value at 10,12 1-; 15,20 and 25 cts. 25 pieces Canton Flannel at 7c. yard. And other numerous bargains space prevents mcntioni but a personal inspection of our stock will satisfy even thc m exacting. The ladies all know tha...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 18 September 1889

"GUESS." #^toeAl$a^rtair. Yanire^hraa| - > 2Let s?5?ow4iri.riese modern Jays It^almost'disappe.ared : It was the- usage years aso, But nowadays it's got - To be regarded coarse and low To answer %% guess not V* T?ie-height of fashion called the fink jfjjjfijf Why^^Mthe'idiours d^?lfcspeecfc For t^^??-?r?i w^Lidi n?btIorr.s Wach? Directiy to tho spot. And he who hears it always knows The worth-of "1-suess-not!" -Chicago News. THE RUNAWAYS. Tl>e sarao year that Lady Jar,c Magnas presented her beautiful daughter Adela. Lord Glencore was the match of the sea "v son. Just of age, of an old family, with vast possessions and a heavy rent roll, * swelled by.a long minority, the instant : tJte'bawk*like-eye of Lady Jane fell on tho young peer a thrill of joy assured her that there stood the husband Provi? dence had provided for Adela. ^ "You thmk it is all rjght, mother, do you?" Adela ventured ?prsa3T, growing a little uneasy when the epa* of the season . drew near, and Lord G??al?ore...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 18 September 1889

E. E. REMBERT. DEALERS Of Every F. P. GAILLARD, General Manager. CUTLERY, GUNS, Agricultural Implements, TINWARE, RH ll LEATHER POTWARE, GRINDSTONES, PUMPS, BARR WIRE PRATT COTTON GINS, IT PIPE FITTINGS, IRON, Hubs, Rims, Spokes, urns, PAMS, om mm Stoves and Fixtures, Engines, A FUEL EOE OF Buggies and Wagons, fe ?ils of all kinds, also agents for the Celebrated Dupont's Gun Powder which we will sell in any quantity? We also have the agency for the Best Turbine Water Wheel, made by James A. Davis? Our lines are complete in every particular and we would respectfully ask you to come and examine our stock. GITE ITS A CALL.

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 25 September 1889

SHE SUMTER WATCHMAN, Established April, 1850. Consolidated Aug. 2, 1881-1 kBe Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thou Aims't at, be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's ?HE TRUE S?UTHROK, Established j***, SUMTER, S. C., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1889. Nev Series-Toi. IX. Ko. 8. V$ WMt {mian at? jloiii|r{B Published e*ory Wednesday, BT N. <3r. OSTEEN, SUMTER, S. C. TKRM5: Two Dollars per annum-in advance AD7IRTISS?1INT8. Ooe Square, first insertion^...?.$11 Every subsequent insertion. I Contracts for three months, cr longer w ---be made at reduced rates. All communications which subserve priva interests will becharged for as advertisement Obituaries and tributes of respect will I .barged for. TAX NOTICE. THE TREASURER OF SUMTER COU? TY gives notice that bis books will 1 open from the FIFTEENTH DAV OF 0( TOBER, 1889, to the FIFTEENTH DAY O DECEMBER, 1889, for the collection of Tax? for the Fiscal year commencing November ls 1888, in Sumter County. The following are the rates per ce...

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. — 25 September 1889

C?t tubman au? jsouijjrcsu WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25. Th?^Sumter Watchman was founded in lS50_aodthe True Southron^ln 1866. Tba Watchman and Southron now bas the "combined circulation and influence of both of- the old papers, and is mani? festly tao best advertising medium io 8am|e*. Ow iv EDITORIAL ITEMS. of the Neics and Courier watched a procession of drays loaded Witli cotton going along Meeting street a few; days ago. There were ele?en draysy each carrying four bales. Of the .^prty-four bales of uncompressed cotton, twenty-eight were covered iu the white,cotton bagging, four in dark jg brown pine fibre and the balance in second hand jute bagging. T&e famous Huff-Patterson difficulty Bas- taken qnite an unexpected and peaceful turo. Instead of shedding each, other's gore on the ensanguined field of honor, the controversy between them bas been referred to a board of ar? bitrators consisting of three ministers of toe Qospel for adjustment, upon the oonditions that that soe of th...

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. — 25 September 1889

WEDNESDAY, S S PTE 21 BER 25. A COMP Aril SON The Wilmington Messenger may not, as intimated by the Charleston World, be thoroughly conversant with the latest sensation in horse racing, but we eau forgive editor Kingsbury that igno? rance as*long as be caa collect ?nore important facts after the following style : The' people need no longer to be alarmed over the growing surplus. Ail wise statesmen have in our Republic deplored any large accumulation of a surplus in the U. S. Treasury. It was believed- to be a sourcn of corruption and a menace to honest government. Even England, wisest of monrr-l:i will not permit a surplus ofr.u'.-L size. ID our own country the s^iplus was large and growing rapidly, iio.7 to spend it exercises the brains of Con? gressmen. In using th is terni v?e aJ ways and correctly embrace both Homes. The people may rest* qpiet as to that dangerous, unwise, unjust surplus, which bas been wrung from the tax payers whee there was no need of one cent of it. Why dc w...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 25 September 1889

- BEFORE THE CAMERA. FAMOUS WOMEN WHO ARE PHO ? - - _ TOGRAPHED IN LONDON. A? lagenioos American Who Is Kept Busy ^T?? Drawing Boom Day-Ladies Who -J Want Handsome Fletares-An Interest ix*S Bit ot HUtory of the Artist. _ One finds S?> many world renowned ~<5clebrities p.is.-.ingdow"n Regent street on a pleasant afternoon that he keeps bob . bins from one O another and often loses all. "There goes. Lord Tennyson:*' ^o?ck? The Dukcr of Portland was in that carriage. I wonder if that was Miss Dallas-York with him!" "There goes a carriage with royal ar ins r "Oh, where? I did not see any of them;" and so on all the time, While I was trying to push to the front a grand carriage drove up to the sidewalk, then another and another; ^^ed carpet was laid down to the door; there wasa flash of jewels; some bundles <st millinery quickly sprang out. 1 glanced to the coachmen and footmen; they all had big posies and satin ribbons In their buttonholes. Then I knew the Teal reason of tl ie ...

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