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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 4 December 1889

Cjji Mla?fijnunat? jbu?jr WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER The Sumter Watchman was foot in 1850 aod the 7Vwe Southron in li The (Fofefonatt and Southron now the combined circulation and infiu* of bota of the old papers, and is m featly the best advertising medium Sautter. "HARD SENSE"; "COMM SENSE"; BUT NO RETICENCE, "Civis" will not refuse the editor honorable denomination of "Civil did ho ask for a screening name, cause of the dissent here to be expr ed in regard to a few points in "Common Sense.*' appearing elsewl ia this issue. And first as to the s ries of our city officers : Men who could afford to do our w for nothing are the men we could afford to have even attempt it at ? price. We waut no retired states ni or banker, or millionaire, or Brigad in the office of Mayor. That dignit should be a risiog man. whose ambit would prompt him to strenuous exert ia every undertaking, and whose sal would be sufficient to allow bim time master the problems of oar city's w fare. The Clerk and Treasurer...

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. — 4 December 1889

Tte Touch of the Elbo^ Wnat tho Alliance of Knights Far?ietS Means A Mighty Anny that ran Control Politics of ike Country- Th*. Coi tion !'f thc Farmers ^lt St. Loi Bl oe ks q f Fa rm e rs a o a > u st 4 * B of Fiee"-Tuc IfnpurchasaUe of the Country. [Frons the New York Herald.] Sr. LOUIS, MO.. November 2 When Master Powderiy proudly ci cd that a note on his silver wt would summon over half a mi Knights there were many timid pt who- saw in such a vast, solid arr< one intered against the rest, dang the content and harmony of the ( snonweaiih Five hundred thousand is aa ? not to be despised. Gen. Grant o at one time headed so large a body. But this is as little Servia to great Russian Hear for eomparisc the immense army whose repress tives are to move on this city tn early days of December. Mr. I derly would wear all the silver c brand new whistle before he could t such a mighty host as will answer farmer's boru of Evan the Texan. Yes, it is only a convention of fi --. . ers-the...

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 December 1889

OP WHAT? Of Prices of Dress Goods, Cloaks, Jackets, Shawls, Blankets, and Flannels at An examination will convince buyers that the above -are offered at IW THE CITY. Yours, anxious to Please, JOH Kov. 6. - c. ? Of merchants, our town has had many Of fortune, of fame and renown, Bat never a combination Made up of a Brown and a Brown. The aforementioned rare combination has brought together a stock of pure, fresh and popular goods, staple and substantial, | good to eat and good to wear-all of which goods are enhanced I in value by the men who are putting them before the public, for it gives us pleasure to say . The fatn'ly of Brown reaches backwards, And is kio to the feing* of old time ; But the climax of fain?* is accomplished Io this year of our Lord, eighty-nine. The climax referred to is the low price at which our goods are being sold. In SHOKS we are running a line of specialties, and the open-eyed amazement that smites our customers as they behold our lay-out, is equal to a sev...

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. — 4 December 1889

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4. Entered at the Post Once at Sumter. S. G. y as Second Class Matter ~?EW "ADVERTISEMENTS. W. B. Murray-A Card. T. B. Curtis-Look Out. To Rent-Dr J. C. Spann. For Sale-J. R. Harvio, Agt. Plummer Johnson-Shoe M ?ker. To Rent or Least?-J- R- Harvin, Agt, Tax Returns-W. R. Delgar, Auditor. Be? and Honey-Thos. G. Newman & Son. Est. Jas. M. Nelson, dec'd-Final Discharge. Sumter Market Quotations-W. J. Dawsey, Butcher. Personal. iir. Arthur O'Neill, of Charleston, was in the city this week. Mrs. J. W. Airait and children are visiting relatives in the city. Mr J S. S\kes, of Ridgeway has mored his family to Sumter. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Duncan, of Union, are visiting Col. J. S. Richardson. Miss Annie Sykes, of Ridgeway, whc has been visiting friends in the city has gone to Texas. Mr. Israel Reifsnyd^r, of Philadelphia, one of the proprietors of the Sumter Planing Milla, is ia the city again looking after his mills. At the recent session of conference A.B. Stuckey Esq....

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. — 4 December 1889

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4. Governor's Message. The Governor's message was read before the members of the Geoeral As? sembly Wednesday, and the following is a synopsis of the document, which covers thirty-one pages of a printed pamphlet : THE MESSAGE. "Gentlemen of the General Assembly : "In accordance with the require meos of the constitution. I have the honor to submit for your information and consideration my annual message.r TUE STATE DEBT, which is composed of stocks and bonds is given)"^if a lengthy and complete array of &?tiatic5, which may be sum? med in the following recapitulation : FirsvcUsa, now funda hie ?%t per cent. $441. 629 22. principal, $ 220.814 Cl Second class, blue bonds and stocks. 401,382 45 Third class cousol bonds and stocks. 5,973 226 9G Total. $?3.595.924 02 "The whole of the Brown consol stocks and bonds maturing on the 1st July. 1893, and constituting, as they do, fully twelve-thirteenths of the entire indebtedness of tbe State, renders it not only prude...

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 December 1889

rHE SUMTER WATCHMAN, Established April, IS50. "Bc Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thou Aims't at. be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's " Consolidated Aug. 2, 18S1.1 SUMTER, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ll, 1889. New Series-Yol. IX. No. IS. Published o?ery Wednesday, BT N. Gr. OSTJEEN, SUMTER, S. C. TKRMS: Two Dollars per annum - in advance. iDV(8T!8SMSST3. Joe Square, 6rs: insertion.$1 00 Bvery subsequent insertion. 50 : Contracts for three months, or longer will j be made at reduced rates. All communications which subserve private j interests will be charged for as advertisements. ,' Obituaries and tributes of respect wili be charged for. R. W. BRABHAM, Wheelwright and Blacksmith SUMTER. S. C. IAM PREPARED ^0 REPAIR AND Rebuild, as well ?2 io build outright, all kinds ot Vehicles. i HORSE-SBOSING A SPECIALTY. j Also repair all parts of broken Machinery. Keep on hand & stock of Check and Globe Valves and Fittings. Also keep Pumps on j band ?nd put th.-rn down. I handle the S...

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 December 1889

WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER ll The Sumter Watchman was founded io 1350 and the True Southron in 1866. The Watchman and Southron now has tbe combined circulation and influence of beth of the old papers, and is mani? festly the best advert?s"og medium in Sumter. JEFFERSON DAVIS. [I >n Jefferson Davis, the soldier, the statesman, the beloved chieftain of the meru >:able S ?u:bern Confederacy, was torn June 3 d. 1808, in that part of Christian county, Kentucky, which now forms Todd county. Soon a?ter his birth hts father removed to Mississippi, and settled near Woodville, Williamson county. Jefferson Davis received an academical education and was sent to Transylvania College, Kentucky, which he left in 182* having been appointed by President Monroe a cadet in the military academy at West Point, where he graduated in 1823- He remained iu the army seven years and served as a staff officer on tie northwestern frontier in the Black Hawk W3r of 1831 and '32 In 1833 he was made a lieutenant of ...

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. — 11 December 1889

COLOSSAL STATUES. SPECIMENS OF THE WORK OF ! SCULPTORS IN REMOTE AGES. Some of the G ?gantte Stone Figures Foun? i in the Old World -The Colossus of j Rhodes-A Music Making Granite Image. Barneses the Great. 1 Among the statues, images of heroes and the gods, and of symbolic figures that sculptors have fashioned of stone or metal from remote ages, some are dis? tinguished and attract special attention on account of their great size. Some are found in distant and almost inaccessible places, others are in cities and museums, while a few exist only in the pages of history. Under the successors of Alexander th? taste for colossal statues enjoyed a "boom." Colossus came into being in numerous places. The most famous was Apollo at Rhodes. This was by a pupil of Sysippus, and is ranked among the seven wonders of the world. Pliny writes that it was seventy cubits, or about one hundred and thirty-two feet tall. It ls said to have been placed on piers at the entrance of the port, as snown in ...

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 December 1889

Continued from First Page. slashing his boot logs witii a riclin? switch. "I think I understand the situation Perry, and there's no groat hana done Only, lot thc matter drop-so far as th doctor is concerned, I mean: I do no presume to obi rude a i vice upon you a to anything else."' And, though he had meditated a dif ferent course, and had fully intends hunting up Dana and sending him wit! a note to 2&i\ upon the doctor for a: '-'explanation.** ho was glad to have ? man of Srryker's standing cry hah. Al thc same he was sore incensed again51 Dr. Quin-mainly because of the jeal? ous pain he suffered at the knowledge oi his being so welcomed by Gladys Mait? land when he saw tit to visit the ranch and this pain gnawed all the more an? grily now at thought of the embar rassing-even suspicious-situation ir which that very man had found him or the previous evening. Pressing du tie; and hurried preparations kept him from brooding too much upon these sore pointy but the youngsters all ra...

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. — 11 December 1889

Ck ??tai m? ? ontkoii O ? FY WEDNESDAY, DECEMBFR ll. Entered at the Post Ojjice at Sumter. S. G., as Second Class Matter. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Wanted-Occupants for rooms. J. S. Richardson, Master-Sales. Ducker & Bultman- For Christmas. Kinsman k Co.-Our Slaughter Sale. Est. T. .M. Monaghan-Citati >n Noiice. Wm. J McLeod - Mortg.?ge Sale ot Realty. C. M. Hurst, Clerk & Treas.- Public Notice. J tines Gorden Bennet-The N. V. Wcek!y Herald. Personal. Mr. Fred. Lynch lost a daughter, about eight rears old, on yesterday. Mr. S A. Norris has been appointed RS U. S. Commissioner, and succeeds T. B. Fra? ser, Jr." Mr. E J. Hodge, a native of this County, but who has been living in Georgia for over 20 years is OD a visit to relatives in this vicinity. Miss Leila Nash, who has been quick sick at the Female College in Columbia was brought to her home here last evening by her mother. Policeman W. W. Commander was badly hurt last week by a falling lim*? from a tr-e which WHS being trimm...

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. — 11 December 1889

fte Auijs-tii ar? Jit?rca. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ll. Tne President's Messag? The annual message of President Harrison, which was seat to the two houses of the U. S. Congress last week is summarized by the National Demo? crat of Washington, D. C;, as follows : When the Republicans nominated Benjam?n Harrison for President iu 1888 they selected bim largely for the reason that iu the whole record of what he had said and done in public life there was almost nothing which was offensive to any member of the party-coothing that was likely to drive away Republi? can votes. The message which he sent to Congress on Tuesday is character? istic of the man who had such a safe record in 1888. It is the message of a timid, cautious, cunning politician, who follows his party r.od does not load it, and who hopes to stay in the White House for eight years by pursuing the same non assertive, non-committal coarse which bas served him so well in the past. Mr. Harrison's message is a message of skips and d...

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. — 18 December 1889

CHE S?MTEK WATCHMAN, K.tabii.hed April, issn. "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 SOITHKON, Etubiiabed june, itt? Consolidated Aug. 2, 1881.1 SUMTER, S. C., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1889. Sew Series-Vol. IX. No. 19 v.) Published e?er7 Wednesday, .sr N. Gr. OSTEEN, SUMTKK, S O TKR.MS : Two Doilars per aunum :n advance. A D V S S T I 8 5 X ! S T 8 . oe Square. ?vs< insertion.Si 00 $very subsequent inser? ion. 50 Go a trac ts for thr*^ t^ant-tis. or longer will ?e made at reduced ra'e? All communication- vh?vi .uoserve private nterests will be charge*? as advertisements Obituaries tributes o? respect wil; hf. barged for R. W. BRABHAM, Wheelwright and Blacksmith SUMTER. S C IAM PREPARED TO REPAIR AND Rebuild, MS weil as to build outright, ali kiuds ot Vehicle*. HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTV. Also repair al! parts of broken Machinery Keep on hxnd a stock of Check und Globe Valves ?nd Fittings. Also keep Pumps on hand ?nd p...

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 December 1889

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18 The Sumter Watchman was founded in 1850 and the True Southron in 18(56. The Watchman and Southron uow has the combined circulation and influence ol boin-of the old pape rp and is mani? festly the best advertising medium in Sauter. I*AIJ} TO REST. . Last Wednesday, a day that seemed to have been borrowed frooi May aud ' transferred to December for the occas? ion, all that was mortal of Jeffersou D.avis, the grand, superb, typical son of the Sooth" were laid to rest in the heart of the land be loved, by the people whose martyr he was, and he now sleeps be nea h the flowers that shed fragaoce o? his grave. Though the sod of New Orleans hides his noble form, yet throughout the Sunny South, in every city town and hamlet, at the self same hour when his remains were being coo signed to the earth, the sons and daughters of the South assembled, like children bereaved, to pay just and affectionate tribute to the memory of him who while passing into history still retains...

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. — 18 December 1889

JSPF2BS0N DAVIS MEMORIAL. Bematks Hade on Presenting and Seconding the Resolutions Adopt ?. ed by the Meeting Held in Sum- j ter on the 11th Dec. BET. JOHN KERSHAW. Mr. Chairman : As we gather here j this morning to pay our tribute of res- j peet to the illustrious deud, whose ob- ! seqoies are even aow being performed j iu a distant city, it is a thrilling j thought that all over this So at hern laud, io oity, towo, village and hauilet, the people are gathered, like os, to express their seo3e of veoeration for "the man without a country?" aud their conscious? ness of lossio his death. The taking '.off of co other mau could call forth such ^..universal expression of mingled emo? tions, ss that of Jefferson Davis Mem? ory, avjurofal for the most part, recalls the nation born amid tbe throes of im? pending civil coofiict, nurtured on the breast of grim visaged war, and dying j with the paems of victory from the ex? altant conqueror and the bitter wails of ! the vanquished, ringing in ...

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 December 1889

Continued from First Page. Bps were twitching and quivering, his hands, ordinarily held in the rigid pose of the English service-extended along the thigh-were clinching and working nervously, and something suspiciously like a tear waa creeping out from under the patch. Before Perry could recover from his surprise the sergeant suddenly regained his self control, hastily raised his hand in salute, saying something half articulate in reply, and turned sharply away, leaving his lieutenant gazing after him in much perplexity. That night, just after tattoo roll cali, when a little group of officers was gath? ered at the colonel's gate, they were sud? denly joined by Dr. Quin, who came from the direction of the stable where he kept his horse in rear of his own quar? ters. CoL Brainard greeted him warmly and inquired after his patient at Dun? raven. Every one noted how grave and subdued was the tone in which the doc? tor answered: **He is a very sick man, colonel, and it is hard to say what...

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 December 1889

Che l?tattoii ar? foulfertm WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IS. Entered at the Post Office at Sumter. S. (?.. tes Secand (??<is?.< Matter NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A. J. Smith-Wanted. VY. M. Graham- To An ive. E. Scott Carson. Sheliff-Sales Sumter Banks-Holiday Notice. Si monds National Bank-Statement. II \V. Moise-Extra Fiue Swamp Timbered Lauds for Sale. Sarah E. Corbett, Assignee- Sale Under Re?! Estate Mortgage. Personal. Mr. E. E. Bryan is in the etty. Nir Hazel Di? k is in the city on a visit. Mr. Henry Snares is here on a vis-it to his parent*. Mr. Hood, of Augusta, father of Mr. Rieh? ard Hood, is in Sumter. Dr. A C Dick of Charleston, has been in the city for several d-?ys. Representative H. Frank Wilson spent Monday night tn Sumter. Cadet Frank Winn is at horae for a few days on account of sickness. Colin C. Manning. E*q . of the firm of in? gram Manning, has gone to Washington, and will be ah?eut for Several months. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Snares will ce'ebrate their golden wedding to-nig...

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 December 1889

'i\ ht ?frill *> fffcrvw itt}? ^fi?'thrrt?? WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IS. Tbe Farmers ia Politics. From accounts we get, the organized farmers of the J?tate are already gettiug into deep water io ?State politic* and redeveloping among themselves a fight. OD the some liues upon which the Dem? ocrats of the State have all aloog been divided. General Johusoo llagood is, we are told, being put foward by the conservative element while 15. ll Till? man is being backed by the more ag? gressive-and perhaps it is proper to say. progressive-eic.neut. The voters in the Alliance are divided exactly as the voters outside the Alliance ar?\ and it is right and proper that they should be. N> organizion eau or should bind the consciences and control the votes of free men or Limit freedom of j thought. Tu? inevitable result of these condi- ! tiona, unless they are changed, will be '.? fictions within the Alliance, tu be fol- j ?owed by iotrigU'S. disputes and dis- j satisfaction and the turning of th...

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. — 25 December 1889

^t-___"_-.-.-i-j-'-?-=-:-1-j-5-**?2k*iLs!???5?*? - '-T-TWf ?^?^A^H*AH. Established A?rtt. .SS?._"Be Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thou Aims't at. be thy Country,. thy God-s and Truth's .?_THK TKUK SOETHKOS, ?^^w Consolidated A?- 2 ISSU ~ SUMTER, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DE OE M BER 25, 1889^_ Xew Series-Vol. IX* Se.*hV Published 07617 Wednesday, BY N. GK OSTEEN, SUMTER, S. C. TERMS : Twp Dollars per annum-in advance. ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square, first insertion.$1 00 E??ry subsequent insertion. 50 Contracts for three months, or longer will be- amie at reduced rates. AH communications which subserve private Interests will be charged for as advertisements. Obituaries aod tributes of respect will be charted for. R. W. BR?DHAM, Wheelwright and Blacksmith SUMTER, S. C. IAM PREPARED TO REPAIR AND Rebuild, as well as to build outright, all kinda of Vehicles. HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY. Also repair all parts of broken Machinery. Keep on hand a 9tock of Check and Globe Valves and Fittings. Also ...

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. — 25 December 1889

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25. The Sumter Watchman WM founded ia 1850 ?od the True Southron in 1866. Th? Watchman, and SoOthron now bas th? combined circulation and influence of both ol tho old papers, and is mani fatly tho best advertising median in Swater. _ KEBBY CHRISTMAS. Joy, peace, good-will-all comprehended la the CM word, Christmas. This is the fete of feta*, the festival of festivals, AU over Christendom the day is OM of rejoicing, one * of gladness, one of "peace and good will towards mea." For more than fifteen hun? dred years the festival commemorative of the fcttth of Christ bas been kept by those "cali? las; themselves Christiane." Adoration to SJ? object of worship is instinctive. In those fee-away <Jajs Mere tbs light of Christianity bsd dispelled the superstitions of polytheism, lbs ancien ts lost no opportunity of offering Adoration to their gods and goddesses. Tba expression of this adoration usually ama the form of fasti vi ties. There WM a day .Sotted to each deity...

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 December 1889

|e S3lsttbna& uni) SOII%WL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25. Entered at the Pott Ofice at Sumter, S. (?., as Second Class Matter. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Banks-Holiday Notice. W. M. Graham-Arrived. H. Hallett k Co-Telescope Free. Stinson k Co-Gold Watch Free. A. B. Farquhar Co-Lumber is Advancing. Personal. Miss Elma Yeadon is at home for Xmas. Maj D. B. Ande.soo, is at home fur the holidav 8. Baylis H Earle is spending Christmas with his parents. Miss Lacy Barron of Manning was ia the Cit j last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. X. W. Edmonds, Jr. are in the city on a visit. Hr E. M. Browo is at home from the Uni? versity for Christmas. Mr. Priestly Conyers, of Forestoo, is in ' the city for the holidays. Mr. R. F. Mason, of Laurens, is speeding the holidays with relatives in (be city. Mr. S. H. Edmunds is at home from David? son College for the Christmas holidays. Misses Ethel and Elise Epps of Kiogsiree, are the guests of Mrs. Loo Brown uf this city. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mason, of Darlington, aro visitin...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
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