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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 16 October 1889

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16. The American People Will Eater lato No Entangling Alliances. ft is- our privilege this morning to publish interviews with some of -the delegates to the Pau-American Con? gress.. These gentlemen have been taking a birdVeye view-ef the varions industries ofcNew England. They seem- to be greatly impressed by our monster woollen ana cotton mills, by the inge? nuity, skiihand enterprise of American manufacturers and by the general air cf contentment and prosperity which char? acterizes the people. We in tare hold the governments which they represeut in high regard, ?nd take no Utile pride ia tho fact that "the major part of this Western Hemis? phere is dedicated to democratic princi? ples and institutions-. in th* coarse of I a few generations rheir citizens will be <K>ne homogeneous, the right relations be ween contiguous republics will bs established; they will occupy a com- j maud in g position among the Powers of j the globe and lay foe foundations of a I...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 23 October 1889

KHK 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 and Truth's ?* THE TRUE SODTHKON, Established Jone, 1866 Consolidated Aus. 2. 1881.1 SUMTER, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1889. New Serie*-Yoi. IX. Ko. H. i|? plate jjmaii w? ^m?\xm Publish od dTOrr "STedaesiay, BT N. Gk OSTEEN, SUMTER, S. C. TKRMS: Two Dellars per annum-in advance. ID VIBT1SSXINT8. One Square, firs i insertion.$1 00 Every subsequent insertion. 50 Contracts for three mon bbs, or longer will be 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. TAX NOTICE. THE TREASURER OF SC.M TER COUN? TY gives notice that bis books will be . open from the FIFTEENTH DAV OF OC? TOBER, 1889, to the FIFTEENTH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1889, for the collection of Taxes for-tie Fiscal year commencing November 1st, 1888, in Sumter County. The following...

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. — 23 October 1889

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23. The Sumter Watchman was founded in 1850 and the True Southron in 1866. The Watchman and Southron now has the combined circulation and influence of both of the old papers, and is mani? festly the best advertising medium in Samt'r 0\7& MAYESVILIIS FBISSDS. Referring to our Mayesville corres? pondence on the subject of cotton prices, we have only to say that we cordially congratulate our friends in that wideawake town on their enterprise in paying mor? for au article than it is worth. The deficit is doubtless made up somehow, perhaps in the additional trade brought to the Mayesville mer chants who are also, in some cases, cotton buyers. The prices paid here on the days mentioned by oar Mayesville friend are as follows : 7th 9.70. 8th 9 80, 8th 9 80, 10th 9 83, 11th 9 84. 12;h 9.81, 14th 9 SO, 15;h 9.65, 16th 9.62*. A comparison will show that on several of the dates the prices were identical or varied only by a point, while on several others the variation was...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 23 October 1889

$k S^ifcbwan au? goutte?. o o * ,**r> yr. ?bu NESDAY, OCTOBER 23. & Flow of Cotton. ? i The Florence Messenger contains the following preamble aud resolution, ire seot ta that paper by the i ? ?a?ak?rs' Alliance for publica- I ..Whereas-,-The commissiez merchants j of Chttrt?ston have done alt rn their J power to defeat the farmers in their j fight with the jute trost, Be it .".Resolved, Th?t t?r? farmers will not ship a bale of cotton to Charleston, unless compelled to do so, and cati opon aU farmers in the State tc do j likewise: and that we endorse the.i fte?t?a.of the Sumter Alliance in re- j ference to a communication in the News and Coorie*, that the farmers are o ot j using cotton bagging fo any extent io this, the Fee l>ee section of the State. " .""Of coarse if the farmers conceive ?ift? ne to their interest, not to ship Cotton to Chariest on , it woo!d be uo reifboable to to ezpett them to do so, out it is to be regretted that the utter? ances of one indi vidual ...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 23 October 1889

Governor Hill in Atlanta. ALAXTJL, Oct. 16.-The gates of the Piedmont Exposition were opened to? day in welcome to Governor Hill, of New York. Escorted by Governor Gordon and staff, and many leading cit ^ixens of the Southern States, Governor Hill was met at the big building with hearty applause from ac immense crowd of people. He spoke of industrial pro? gress of the South and the good wishes -of the North in all that tended to pro? mote the harmony of the sections, and dwelt on the large industrial and me? chanical strides the South had made since the war. He did not preach poli? ties until be reached the close of his re? marks, when he said : " In the field of industrial enterprise you have great opportunities. Your re? sources are inexhaustable ; see that they - are not monopolized. You have a cen? tury of industrial progress in the North to study and profit by ; avoid our mis? takes. Discourage such legislation as tends to enrich the classes at the ex? pense of the masses. Dive...

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. — 23 October 1889

C|t SSi?ctau mia mi?ksm i WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23. Entered at the Post Ojice at Sumter, S. (?., as Second Class Matter. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. J R. Hamn-For Sale. I). A. Outlaw-To Rent." Schwerin & Co.-Big Grocery Store. Est. John Thomsou-Final Discharge. H. Harby-Hotses and Muirs to Arrive. J. Ry?tenberg & Sons-Special Bargain Sale. Personal. Capt'. E. C. Green is iu the city. Mr. B R. Nash is at home again. Miss Soe Corbett has gone on a visit to Columbia. Mrs. Henry Corbett has returned to her home in Alabama. Mr. H. Harby has returned from the west. See his new advt. Miss Annie Dry an has left the city for her North Corowa* home. Miss Annie Sllis of Fiorenze spen?a few days last week with Miss Jessie Mason. Mr. Wm M. Grahm returned a few days ago from the west, and has a lot of fine horses. John T. Green Esq. School Commissioner, has been called to Lancaster by the iliuess of ? relative. Miss Clem China bas gone to Florida for the winter. She went with her aunt, Mrs. Durant, ...

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. — 23 October 1889

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23. Mr. Chamberlain and the S. C. R. R? Hon. P. H. Chamberlain, receiver of the South Carolina Railway, ap? pointed ander the recent order of J ad ge Bond, of the United States Circuit Court, io the suit of Frederick W. Bond, arrived in the city yesterday morning, accompanied by Maj. W. H. Brawley, of this city, one of the directors of thc road. To a World reporter who called on him soon after his arrival, Mr. Chamberlain said that be had come down under the order to take charge of the affairs of the road, but would remain in the city only a few days. He proceeded immediately upon his arrival to the railway offices, where he met Colonel Peck, general manager, and Mr. Averill, the superintendent. He took formal possession of the ?nices, affairs and assets of the company, and issued the following notice to all the employees of the road, branch roads and connecting lines, and the same will be served on the railroads generally, with which the South Carolina Railway do...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 30 October 1889

* w ? '- -T ,? -I ?- " --~-' -- IHK SUMTER WATCHMAN, Established April, issy. "Be Just and Fear cot-Let all the Ends thoa Aims't at. be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's " THE TROTS SOCTHKOX, Established jone, is?e Consolidated Aug. 2, 1881.1 ?|e ^?i??|?ni:i??ai!^ou?|)roii Published, oircry Wednesday, BY ISL Gr. OSTEEN, SUMTER, S. C. TERMS : Two D?ftorrs per annum-in advance. AD V 2BT?S-EMBNT8 . Go? Square, first insertion..$1 00 Every subsequent insertion. 50 -Contracts for three raout-hs, or longer will be made at reduced rates. AU communications which subserve private interests will be charged for as advertisements. Obituaries and tributes cf respect v.-ill be charged for. "TAX" NOTICE. THE TREASURER OF SUMTER COUN? TY gives notice that his hooks will be open from the FIFTEENTH DAY OF OC? TOBER, 1839, to the FIFTEENTH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1839, for the collection of Taxes for the Fiscal year commencing November 1st, 1888, ia Sumter County. The following are the rates per centum of...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 30 October 1889

Ck ^l?tyman Souita. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30. The Sumter Watchman was founded in lSdO and the True Southron ia 1866. The Watchman and Southron now has the combined circulation and influence of both of the old papers, and is mani? festly the oesfc advertising mediana io Sumter. .imam IBj._1_ EDITORIAL ITEMS. The original of that old and popnlar sdng, ''Old Black ?oe," ?red a few days ago at Mt. Holly, N. J. His name was Joseph Queen and he enjoyed the additional distinction of ?being the oldest man in the State, his age being 112 year?. Born in Virginia, a stave, io 17?7, at the age of 5,0 he ran away and ?tent to New Jersey where fee has since Hved. Since hs became aged and herpes,.Some of the "kindhearted towns? people have kept him in comparative comfort, and will, it is said, erect a monument to iris memory. Ke was very patriarchal ia appearance, and bis form was bett nearly douMe witu the . weight of years-. It is alleged tnat a ?nan sam ed 1*. H. Hail, of Aurora, Illinois, has inf...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 30 October 1889

WSDNSS2>?Y, OCTOBS2 SO ?n spite of ?ho rapid increase ia the nunber of milli ... - i.i the Onited States in recent years, the popular notion is that wealth is yet v-ry-much more ecealy distributed in this country thaa in E iglani. Mr. Thos. Shea: man, the weil kc'>wn X w Yrrk statis? tician, has bee? ag* s i for setae time in collect:::.: tacts to >i:-.;v tis precisely as possible the proportion ti..: wealth of toe cou-u?ry ?u.*.-. hy a iew rien *av.-:? and fa?:i:ic - ; ar.-3, he liais a fearer concentration of wealth h :e than i:: any other country, the ;< dis . f his incestigatien wi;3 ::: : c": i-: the Forum for Noceavber, f?oju advance >!.ee?s rt which the following facts are taken. Mr.- Shea* tuan makes the following pr;timora?!.'...? ? ? ; iWicis of n ore than $20,000,OvO each : ?15O.0O0.i )0 : J J Astor, Trinity Church. _$i?^,000.00?: C. Vanderbilt, W. K Vaaderh-itt, Jay Gould, Leland Stanfoi <i. .1. D'. II >eke's ; < r. $70.0:10,^-::^ : E-tate of A Pa...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 30 October 1889

Beneficiaries' Rights in Llx^ ?asuranoe. Owing to the clause now generally in? corporated in life insurance policies which renders them incontestable after a certain period, litigation in the set? tlement of policies is much less frequent than formerly. Cases, however, will arise that caunot bc avoided, and main? ly because the true status of the bene? ficiary was not thoroughly understood by the insurer at the star'. It is natural for the insured, who takes out the policy and pays the pre? miums ?hercoQ regularly, to suppose that he has perfect control thereof should he wish to surrender the same to the company for a paid-up policy or for cash ; this belief, however, he will find to be fallacious unless the policy stands absolutely in his own favor, or, in other words, payable to his es-tate iu the event of his death. The ruliogs of the courts iu regard to beneficiaries.' rights have been many and varied. One thing, however, seems to have been definitely settled, namelv. that a pol...

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. — 30 October 1889

Cl? l?a&te? ?l Son? Jjroii WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30. Entered at the Post O?ce at Sumter, S. G.* as Second Class Matter. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. J. E. Mayes-For Rent. O'Donnell k Co.-Cotton Bagging. Schwartz Bros.-The Unkindest Cuts of AH. J. Rettenberg & Sons-Gala Week Special Sale. Est. of Mrs S<rah G. Rembert-Applica? tion for Final Discharge. Est. of Mrs. Elisabeth J. Heriot-Applica? tion for Final Discharge. Personal. Mr. Lowry of the Manning Enterprise was i? towD last week. Mr. L. Burgess Jenkins has returned to Lake City, Florida. Mrs. W. Alston Pringle, Jr., has gone on a visit to relatives at A theos?, Ga. Tbs Rev. W. L. Waite filled the Metho? dist pulpit on Sunday night last. We had a pleasant visit from Maj. Theo. Dehon of the Charleston World, last Friday. We regret to learn that Rev. S. M. richard? son ?3 q' **.e sick at his home in firnmonsville. Mr. John t. Green now on the Areic* t d Courier staff spent last Frida}' in the city. He is looking well. Miss Lela Nas...

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. — 30 October 1889

BAY, OCTOBER 30. WHEK BABY . SO?LS SAU. OUT. <JF^ n--, W?e? frtfcb our mortal vf??os rcvn ?e?B^.id^ons?ew8<> - ^^S^?Paue^se?? elysian. . And know what spirits know, X think of thoraxes tourists, In some sun gilded clime, *21ong happy- sights and dear delights We all sholl find ra. ti me 2 m - ? ? But when achild -OCR yonder, And leaves its mother here. Its little feet must wander. It seems to me, in fear. What paths of Eden beauty. '-- What scenes of peace and rest Can bring ?6&en% to babes that wei: Forth from a mother's breast? In palace gardens lonely, A child astray will moan. And weep for pleasures only Found in its h ure. bio homo. It is not won by splendor , ?? Sor bought by.cost?y toys; - To hide from harm m mother's arm Sakes al! its sum of joys. - ft must be when the baby . '-- 'Goes journeying off alone Some angel {Mary, maybe). Adopts it as her own. Yet when a child is taken Whose mother stays below. With creeping eyes through Paradise I seen* to see ii go. ...

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. — 6 November 1889

IEEE SUMTER WATCHMAN, Established April, IS50. Consolidated Aug. 2, 1881.1 'Be Just and Fear not-Let all th? Ends thou Aims't at, be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's " TBE TRUE SOUTHRON, ?rtabH?*e<f JWWT, I860 SUMTER, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1889. Sew Series-Vol. IX, No. 13. PublisliscL STOTT "SFedneslay, BT N. GK OSTEEN, SUMTER, S. C. TKRMS: " Two Dollars per annum-in advance ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square, first insertion.$1 Kvery subsequent insertion. Contracto for three months, or longer w be made at reduced rates. All communications which subserve priv* interests will oe charged for asad vertisemen Obituaries and tributes of respect will charged for. TAX g> OT?C? THE TREASURER OF SUMTER COU TY gives notice that his books will open from the FIFTEENTH DAY OF 0 TOBER, 1839, to the FIFTEENTH DAY C DECEMBER. ?8S9, for the collection of Tax for the Fiscal year commencing November ls 1888, in Sumter County, The following are the rates per centum the levy : 1. For State pnr...

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. — 6 November 1889

&\t ?itcpffi w? i out jpn. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. The Sumter Watchman was founded io 1850 aod the True Southron in 1866. The Watchman and SoiUhron now has the combined circulation and influence of both of the old papers, and is mani? festly the best advertising medium in Sumter. EDITORIAL ITEMS. The Independents nee Radicals of this State seem to be faring well at the hands of the present administration. The last recipient of a share of the loaves aod fishes is one Clayton, a quack physician and some sort of a preacher, who has been given the fat office of postmaster at Columbia. It is an open question with the old time Radicals whether it be not better to take on a little varnish and pose as inde? pendents. The ends of that kind of politics are always clearly defined office-but the means to the ends are sometimes rather risky and always mere expedints and not principle. President Harrison has proclaimed Thursday the 28th inst., as the National Thanksgiving Day. Weil, we have a ...

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. — 6 November 1889

^ %J5DKJBSDAY* NOVEMBER 6. H?w Dinkins Got Off. Thc following is the Manning Ticnes' report of the Dinkins trial : The case of B S. Dinkins, charged with housebreaking, was the Grst called. The following jury, all white, was - topannelled : D. R. Davis, foreman, J M Ber? wick, J. N. White, L. A. Graham, B. E. Herrington. R F. Fulton, James ' Plowden, T Leslie Bagnal, W. P Roberts, J. II. Johnson, C. B. Cobia, ^ Satn'l Sparks. > .. The State objected to J. J Mitcham, t and the defense to R. E Smith. K t? Felder;O L arris, R. M. Bradford, and G R. Jones. Sam Sparks was * pat on his voir dire by the defense, but he testified that he bad not formed or expressed any opinion. We desired to publish the testimony j io this case in full, acd carly Monday corning applied to Stenographer Par - rott to know if he would lumisb us the testimony. Ile told us that in case the judge or the attorneys in the case did not object, and if he could get the lime to make us a copy of thc testimony, * Jha...

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 November 1889

ALE ACO?Tj'lVl'NOTIS-M. A POWER WHOSE MANIFESTATIONS ARE ALMOST INCREDIBLE. Practically the Same as Mesiae-risra-Value in the Treatment of l?isease - Capable of Injury When Al>?se<l-Application Should be Limite?] Uy Law. i Tiie tenn hypnotism is nearly synony? mous with mesmerism, animal magnet? ism, braidism ami syggignoscisia. Hyp? notism bs believe*] t<> have been practiced by religionist's many centuries ago, but little, however, is known of its history previous to the time of Mesmer (177$). Since then hypnotism has been much studied by many eminent mon in the professions of medicine, science, religion and tile arts. There carno a time when the interest in it flagged very greatly; but a few years ago a revival took pince in Pram:??, and since then it lias l>eon generally recognized as a.*therapeutic agent and employed by many physicians ail over the world. One of tho earliest uses of hypnotism was to produce as?ate cf insensibility, so that surgical opera? tions c...

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. — 6 November 1889

Ck S?Wi|?um a?& jMntJpii WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. Entered at the Post Office at Sumter, S. (?., as Second Class Matter. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Wants-See Sundry Ads. W. M. Graham-Arrived. Sewing Machines Repaired. R. D Lee- Money to Loan. John R?dd-Great Slaughter. J. S. Richardson, Master-Sales. T. B. Curtis-How, When, What. J Rvt?enberg k Sons-Fair Week Special Sales. Darker k Baltman-Dry Goods and Gro? ceries. Co-operative Sewing Machine Co.-$20 Fa rori te Singer. Personal. Mrs. Geo. W. Lewis, of Georgetown, is visiting ia the city. Mr Len Kennedy, of Charleston, spent last Tuesday "r. Snmter. Miss Lizzie Pringle bxs cone on a visit to relatives at Gainsvtlle, Fla. Mrs. S A. Moore and family of Manning have ?roved to Sumter and are occupying a house oo Warreu Street. Miss Annie McCown, who hus been visiting Hiss Lula Suder in this city returned to ber home in Florence county las: week. Mr. S. F. F-owers, bas resumed his place behind the counters of O'Donnell k Co , where he will re...

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. — 6 November 1889

IEEE SUMTER WATCHMAN, Established April, IS50. Consolidated Aug. 2, 1881.1 'Be Just and Fear not-Let all th? Ends thou Aims't at, be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's " TBE TRUE SOUTHRON, ?rtabH?*e<f JWWT, I860 SUMTER, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1889. Sew Series-Vol. IX, No. 13. Cotton Seed-A Suggestion to the Alliance. It is stated that the cotton seed oil mil! combination has become an incor? poration, aud tts capital stock has been increased to ?^2,000.000. A charter was obtained from the Legislature of New Jersey last winter, aud the legal requirements necessary to put the cor? poration into working order have just been complied with. The cotton seed oil combination is therefore a New Jersey corporation, abd the impression is that its purpose ts to carry on a much larger business than ever before. This corporation has mills in nearly all the Southern States, and the pur? pose of the incorporation-as was that of the previous combination-is to con? trol the price of oil, ...

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 November 1889

* w ? '- -T ,? -I ?- " --~-' -- IHK SUMTER WATCHMAN, Established April, issy. "Be Just and Fear cot-Let all the Ends thoa Aims't at. be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's " THE TROTS SOCTHKOX, Established jone, is?e Consolidated Aug. 2, 1881.1 Published ?irery Weiassday, BY N. GK OSTEEN, SUMTER, S. C. TKRM8 : j Two Dollars per annum-io advance. ADVERTISEMENTS. Cae Square, firs: insertion.$1 00 j Kvery subsequent insertion. 50 j Contracts for three moat-hs, or longer will : bo made at reduced rates. All communication? which subserve private interests will becharged fer as advertisements. Obituaries and tributes of respect will be charged for. , TAX 1SOT?CE. TUE TREASURER OF SUMTER COUN? TY gives notice that his books will be open from the FIFTEENTH DAY OF OC? TOBER, 1889, to the FIFTEENTH DAY OF DECEMBER. ?889, for the collection of Taxes for the Fisc-il year commencing November 1st, ? 1888, in Sumter County. The following are the rates per centena of the levy : t. For State purpos...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
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