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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 11 January 1871

The Sumter^t(?ii?a^ WEDiXISSDAY, JA?'RY ll. W. Y. PAXTgH ?, ? / BU$JNEj5S M/1WA6ER jElr All Transient Advertisements, and all Job Wv*k-*jajt bc t*?.l for-it? cash, ?bis wifl." b? ob?cK?a>~nrthouT .ti-tmcriun. Sr?itr?ptiofl* ?re alto parable in advance. ? Applications Tor Job .Work will be made, at the office, to Taos. K. FLOW Kits. Tbe WATCH i AX books ?re in tho keeping of W. V. PAXTON, wi ? will receipt for monies due and attend lo all matter? couaeeted w?b the Adver? ting or Sauscriptioa department** ? ;?W" Our Ad verti.-ing friends are requested to ?end in their favors Bot later than Monday. KKSPOSD PROMPTLY. Our busings tuauager is ma Ling rao effort to coliect the- amounts due the Watchman. rVe urgently ask parties to respond promptly. If personal ap plication be unpleasant, please call at the office and settle.. ? We intend, re? speetfully, to ask for what is due ns, and continue to ask for it uutil it it paid. aar* "Myrtle's New Year," on our finit page to. day, will be e...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 11 January 1871

?LACK tit HEAVEN. ST H. F. BT A KR. Bebrynge tbe Pilgrim, lifting np bis bead, Btw the I?ea(h Angel standing near his bed. And beard him say. in accents cairn and cold, "Thc ??raes that I write within my Bock of Geld, Are nau.es af those ?bose |>l.tce it? Heaven ie won; Te gata such plaeewh.it has thoa ever done?" Bchrynge ?Lc Pilgrim, struck' up?n his breast: "Ala? ! full many a law have I tran-rressed ! Yet al God's feet, for creatures He had made, Both mote ntid helpless, all my life I laid, A od pr*vcJ him daily that roy strength might ls Their fritbful safeguard, as He guarded me. The Duroli Beasts' catite I plead through all tb? land. And stayed tbe tortore of the oppressor's band; With righteous wraft I awed tbe creel mind, Or strove by kindness to make oren more kind; My life, my all, to the great work 1 gave Yet know I not if deeds like these can save/ The Anget vanished. \?ben at Heaven's gate, Bebrynge the Pilgrim sadly came to wait, Lo ! the pearl portals flew asunder...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 18 January 1871

DBM MWSW raman VOL. XXI WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1871. Tl sato o> BnnaoB Bt Dona, Fcrensea.-Vifg. NO. 38. DEVOTED TO Ll TER 4 Tl RE, MORALITY AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. The Sumter Watchman, {ESTABLISHED IN 1850.) 18 PUBLISHED J B7BRY WEDNESDAY MORNING' AT SUMTER, S. 0.? BY giLilER^^.&" PLOWERS. | Terme One jeer..........S3 00 I Six month?.... 1 ?0?j Three months.-. 1 00 ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rete' of ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per sqaare for tho first, ONE DOLLAR for the second, end FIFTY CENTS for emeb subsequent i neertion, for any period less than three months OBITUARIES, TRIBUTES OF KESPfiCT and al' communications whfeh sabserve private nwrests, will be paid for as advertisements. TURNING THE TABLES. THE WIFE'S STRATAGEM. "Marj, jour corn-bread is never done ! I wonder what is the reason everybody else bas things right, and ore always have things wrong?" "Why, Joe, I am ?are the corn-bread has never beeu in this state before ! You see, the fire 'hi.d a fit,'...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 18 January 1871

-PRUSSIAN WAR. ^fROPOSlTION FOR PEACE. BOMBARDMENT OF PARIS. BSA VT G BRM AS REINFORCEMENTS. France Invaded by a Million. PARIS BURNING. A TERRIBLE BATTLE. TUE FREN CU DEFEATED. Latest dispatches from Vienna say, that Austria will initiate peace, aud ?lat the peace proposals tn the Confer? ence are welcomed by Bernstoff. The pre i i ui inanes are that France shall sur? render one lort, twenty war ships, une thousand million I ha lera, a ?ti ip of lund tour miles broad on the left bank ot the Rhine, and destroy ali torts within tweuty miles of the Rhine. Prussia is to guarantee two tuiliiou rations to Puris dal Iv. Latest dispatches from Versailles say : Paris it? burning in several place?, the eoufla^tatious furnishing excellent narks fpr the German artillerists. The Gel mau butteries'each tar into I he doom cd city, aud a considerable portim of it ba? already been destroyed. The work of destruction among its splendid pala? ces is terrible BERLIN, January 14 -Two hundred thousand re...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 18 January 1871

Tho Sumte:: Watctunan. WE PN figiJ;A .IQ J A g nt V 18. W. Y. PAXT?N - - BUSINESS MANA6EA /H?~ Ail Transient Advertiietiieiit?. und ni Job Work uuJtt bo paid tor io e;i-b 'J'o's will .. observed without .li.tmction Subi>cri|.tioJj* aro alio payable in advance. ?tW Application? liT Jub Work will be made, at the otite, to Taos. fi. FLOWJSRS. Tko WATcnyas books are in the keeping of W. f. FAXTO?, who will receipt for monie? due and attend to all melter? cvnneeted wi.h the Adver? tising or Sa:'?crij>iion de{>?riment?. fM" 0 jr Advertising friends ari- requested te ?.nd in their fu*<>r? not luter than M outlay. DESPOND PUCHPTI?Y. Oar bubiucss manager is making au effort to coJiect the amounts due the Watchman. We urgently ask parries to reapoud promptly. If personal ap plication be unpleasant, please call at the office and settle. We intend, re spectrally, to ask for what is due us. snJcyatiuuetoa.sk for it until it it paid. BB?? Messrs. ADRIAN A V?LLERS, of Wilmington, of...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 18 January 1871

SSE^._ THE T1IJBE& CH?1BS. Obey sat alone by the bright wood fire, The gray haired durne and aged rire, Ih-caruiiig of days gone by ; The tear-drops fulton each wrinkled cheek, They both bad ; h oughts they could not speak, AuuWach heart uttered a sigh For their sad and tearful eye ilcj-cried Three little chairs placed tide by side Against the stttin: -room wal! ; OM fashioned enough ns there they stood, Their Beat? of dag and their frames of wood. With their backs so straight and tail. Then tho sire shook bis silvery head, And with trembling voice he gently sold : .'Motlier, tl?e*e empty chairs! They bring ne such sad, sad thoughts to-nigb We'll put them forever out of sight lu the suiall dark room up stairs." But she answered : "Father, not yet; For I look at them and I forget That the children were away. " The boys come back, and our Mary, too, With her apron on, of checkered blue, And sit herc every day. "Johnny comes back from thc billows deep, Willie wakes from bis battle ...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 25 January 1871

-jj?MM?????-? 1 g---g-ga-a_^ VOL. XXL WED?iSD?Y IM?WING" JANUARY 25, 1S71. jjQjjj; "* Tlmeo Santos Et Oona Fereute?.~Virs. ~~ j^^K^^T^^^^ffiEin AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. The Sumter Watchman. (ESTABLISHED IN 1850.) Il PCPLISHED B 'SXT WBDP?ESDA?' .DORMMi AT 3?MTER, S. C., BY : lit LU t? KT & FL.O W ERS. Terms. On? * ear.$3 00 ' Mt launtos..... 1 ?0 lacee mon tba. 1 00 ADV?KTiSB.MKNTS inserted at th? rate .>f ONE DOLLAK AND FIFTY. CENTS per ?quire for the lirat, ONE DOLLAR ?or lae! ?eeoaJ, and FIFTY CENTS fur each ?ubset-ueiit ntertion, for an; period le.-? than three months OBITUARIES, TRIBUTES OF RESPECT aai all communication*, which subserve prirate ntireats, will be paid tor aa advertisement*. Special Message of the Governor RENEW OF THE CP COUNTRY TROUBLES. THE PEACE OF THE COUNTRY IS NOT THREATENED TO SUCH A DEGREE AS TO WARRANT THE CALLING UUT OF THE MILITIA. COLUMBIA, S. C., January 16 Governor SCOTT'S Message to ihe Legislature was read io both House.? to? day, creatin...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 25 January 1871

^.^mGTON LETTEl ^NVASHINGTO.N, D. C., Jan. 17, 187 -The bill ceding certain jurisdiction 'he Slate of Ohio iu regard to the N tioual Asylum for disabled volunte soldiers came up in the Senate yesterda Thc father of the bill, John Sherma should have named it "A bill to che Col. Le?, is J. Campbell out of his se io thc nest Congress, and for other pu poscscs." The other purposes being assist one John Sherman to be return* to thc U. S. Senate on the expiratit of bis present term, jaid-Sherman boil thc chairman of the finance committi and mouth piece of Boutwell, thc ec uomic. Sherman has not sufficiei ability .to be f?t? financial partner of grocery at a cross roads. Judge She; tuan, his colleague, ripped his fradulc device all to pieces. Messrs. Carpem and Williams, radicals, eould not j such a swindle and spoke against it, did Mr. Bayard of Delaware. Tl stench not only cf fraudbut ofmeanne about this bili was too lively for any 01 who has the least fairness to swallo Yet our moral an...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 25 January 1871

The Sumter Watchman. WEDNESDAY. JAN'RY 25. W. Y. PAXTON - ? B?SiNESS MANASES S UM TER HAIL ARR AK G EM EM TS. CBAHQK OF SCHEDULE. CLOSES. OPXXS. Northern, 3:15 P. M. 12:?5 P. M. Southern, 11:30 P. M. 4:20 P. M. Manning, on Mon? ier and Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M. Biih'rille on Mon? day and Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M. Office Hours, from 0 o'clock, A. M. to 7 P. M. Mails close on Sundays at ll o'clock, A. M. Office open from 4.-.0 to 5:30 P. M. T. B. JOHNSON, P. M. January 25th, 1871. tf S@_ A liberal u?e of primers' iok is the best criterion of tbe success of any business mao. No one with large views can succeed without it. So say the best men of the age. TAXES. Attention is directed to the tax notice of Mr. T. J. COGHLAN, County Treas? urer, in our advertising columns. ETI WAN GUANOS. We beg to direct the attention of planters to the advertisement of Messrs Wm. C. BEE & Co., on auother column. MOLASSES. Buyers of molasses are directed to the advertisement of Messrs. O- ...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 25 January 1871

[Written for tbe Watchman.] IHK BUD AND THE SHEAF. -o BT CECIL GRAT. The flower? aro drooping one bj one, And Autumn sit? npoa the leaf. The Reaper, with a golden eheaf, Passed arrow-like an 3our agono. "0 ! pity," said I, as the flood (The old man stood upon its veTge), Resumed its momentary dirge, "Thy erriug scythe should lop a bud." For then I saw amid the grain, Like jewel undiscovered yet, That sheafs intrinsic amulet, And such as seldom shtaves contain"/ "0 ! shame, foi sooth, that Reaper old, And nature-l?vw.?g as appears Thy face-an index of the years Should bruise and break the opening gold '.For lt ft, it yet had chimed a birth To nobler scenes than yet it saw Nurtured by God and by his law, Made up the beautiful of earth." "Ah ! youth !" the old man said-a smile Lighting up his pale and Acs bte.? s cheek "N iture is truo. nor Jo I make A false or cruel stroke ::he while. "'Tis God's will that ftom future strife I lift the pri?s?cs? diadem. Aod ?mark ! I did not bruise th...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 1 February 1871

VOL. XXI ,7: ??,Jl..;:..'!TITPA?r M?RisrmGT^R??ltY 1, l^L N04?. Timeo Dames Et Dena Fereutc?.-VIrg. TM!V0TE? TO-LITERIT?RE. ^Oi??? ?T? AN?>^GENE5AL INTELLIGENCE. The Sumter Waterman, (ESTABLISHED IN 1850.) XS PUBLISHED . VS.V WEDNESDAY MORN IT Ti: MT ER. S. C. j BY & FLOWERS. Terms. l Ol) 1 ou "?' injerte J At thc r?ite : *TY CENTS per r. " ; , )LT.AR lor the ?. rech subsequent titree month* .: OF RESPECT !. -? Vnoree privet? . : llsententf. ? .':? ;iicU A D?niioel,Jju>. 22. /. sf?rs or. J-ec "J ?;/ tie ??c/ C 4 j?-Couver. . ?:c?5r- Be/ore - . - ' . Loyalty to - - .' listen - Touching ' seen - '-?wing to theiateucss of thc hour at h ?ch General William N. Pendleton : '-ooed his lecture on Lee last Friday : :ght, we were able to give it only a ry brief general notice. As the lee? ; re was a remarkable one and con? ! -ined many facts concerning General je and accounts of important con versa? inas with hint which have never been .blishcd, we devote a great deal of . *spacf* t...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 1 February 1871

OUR WASHINGTO?TLET' \??8?!NG?oK, D. C., Jan. 24, ^.r^'?he Radica] party io order to the people of the country to their ble waste of the public money and infam?os corruption and extrava? agreed to raise the cry of econ om j reform as their battle cry, sod it their shibboleth during the late tions. The Senate in the debal these questions show a queer sta affairs. There are those who are tic and wish to keep on throwing io the people's eyes by talking eco and reform, but who always vote f the money jobs of their party. 1 are others like Morton, Conkling, &c, who openly and boldly advocat most unblushing expenditure and down all attempts at reform, re? question of reform which arose e day during the discussion of Sci Trumbull's bill to "protect membei Congress from impunity," Mr. Cool got a set back from Mr. Trumbull ^ he declared that there was no abos the New York Custom House, by reply of Mr. Trumbull, that Sei Patterson, who is investigating abuses there now, would not s?y so. q...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 1 February 1871

The Sumter Watdunau. WEDNESDAY* FEBR'Y t. W. Y. PAXTON - ? BUSINESS MANAS ER ,?&f AU Transient Advertisements, and all Job Work mast be paid for in oasb. This will be observed without distinction. Subscriptions are also payable in advance. pf Applications for Job Work will be made, st the office, to Taos. E. FLOWERS. The WxTCBMur books are in the keeping of W. T. PAITO?, who will receipt for monies doe end attend to all matters connected with the Adver? tising or Subscription departments. Oar Advertising friends are requested to send in their favors not later then Monday. SUMTER MAIL A R R ANG B Af BM TS. CH J. .TOS Or SCHEDULE. CLOSES. oran. Northern, 3:15 P. M. * l?:45 P. M. Southern, 11:30 P. M. 4:20 P. M. Manning, on Mon? day and Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 6:00 P. M. Bith'ville on ?Mon? day and Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M. Office Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 7 P. M. Mails close on Sundays at ll o'clock, A. M. Office open from 4:30 to 5:30 P. M. T. B. JOHNSON, P. M. January ...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 1 February 1871

_SPICE BOX? -How tu get rid o? a bore-Break an auger. - Iluusewive's motto-Whatever thou dust, dust it with all thy might. - When is a fowl's neck like a bell ? When it is wrung for dinner. -The individu.il who broke the ice with his fiifrt stump .?peech was drowned bv applause. - Why is the figure nine like a pea cock ? .'Jcc; use it's nothing without its tail* - Ii* a man's aim in this _ world be guod, the chances are that he will miss "tire iu the next. - the who can compuse a cross baby is greater thau she who composes books. -The school s^ir! who "fell into a reverie" last week, has been pronoun? ced ouc ol danger by her physician. - 'j be man who attempted tu whistle a bar ot soap hus injured bis voice by tryLg to ting a. stave off a molasses? Ca? k. - A Wisconsin r-per mentions a case whee burglars broke into a store, but the ?bv?s were mai ked so high that they wo; lu ?ot take auy away. "Well, my young gentleman, and ho-? would you like your hair cut?" '.Ob! iiko pupa's plea...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 8 February 1871

?k Mn?tt jflfltrhman. VOL. XXI_WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8. 1871._NO. 41 Itmeo Samaos Et Dona Ferentea.-Vire. DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, MORALITY AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE._ The Sumter Watchm??. (ESTABLISHED IN 1850.) Il PUBLISHED K ".rt Y WEDNESDAY ?IORMXC AT SUMTER. S. O., BY GILBERT & FLOWERS. Terma One year...i... Six months. 1 tiree months. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate ot ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per ...tiaro for the 6r?t. ONE DOLLAR for the second, and FIFTY CENTS for each mbaequent abortion, for any period less than three months OBITUARIES, TRIBUTES OF RESPECT an I all communications which subserre private a te res ts, will be paid .or as advertisements. ~1*??T TO DEATH. AN INCIDENTOFTHECAMPAIGN OF 'C3. BY FRANCIS WARRINGTON. D? CAMP. Thc army of Northern Virginia had fought through the second Maryland campaign. Gettysburg was lost. Vicks? burg had fallen. There was weeping abd lamentation in ten thousand South? ern hornes, and the hearts of our peo? ple were oppres...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 8 February 1871

OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. \\\\snix?To*,l\ C , Jan. .'il, 1871. -'] he lieuse Judiciary Committee ^^recenily agreed to report favorably ...!>:> bill introduced ID thc House bj ticner::! C'aik, dividing Texas into two judicial ..U^icK the effect of which is to legis !ate?h>cge Duval aad ether officers <.?{ tbv rutted States ('uart there oat of <ti\':t A lengthy primest againsJ tlie bib. ?.xK.i .Judge i'aschaii o? thai ?vate, \?as i-nd before :::e committee yesterday aaa .Mr. Eldredge, ot Wisconsin, coter ed a motion lo reconsider die vote by which it was agreed to report in its farer. Tee utoiiou to reconsider was postponed. Tue audacity and uuscru ?? i'otssuess of carpi I baggers ia genera: is only exceeded by the cheek ot' this P ca: rel- bac ??e.-Clarke ia particular. Ute vovbt.-ss with which he proposes to jl> necessary < I'.h-cs aod o l?*gt?iatc . Greata out of (.I!'.'.-'-. in the interest of himself and p::rt v friend?, is decided ?; refreshing and thc propc-ai...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 8 February 1871

The Sumter Watcliman. AV EDS ESP AY, FE?R'Y S. w. y. "PAXTON" - BUSINESS "MANAGER I 'j*- All Transient Advertisement?, and all j T" . Work inuit be paid tor in cash. This will j ?? reed without dii>tinetioo. Subscriptions arc also payable in advance. "Of Applications for Job Work will bc made, .(Tice-, to THOS. E. FLOWERS. T?e W?TCSKAH books are in tbe keeping of W.1 V. I' ? xTo5. rho will receipt for monies due and I to ail matters connected with tbe Adver ti<!i"' or Subscription departments. Our Advertising friends arc requited to ...l ::i their favors not later than Monday. v, M T rn ii ML A /; i: ANGEHEXT S. CHANGE Ol- SCHEDULE. C?-OSlfS. OPEXS. :,: ?rs, 3:15 P. M. 12:45 P. M. ? ii, 11:30 P. M. 4:20 P. M. M.. niag on Mon VM :.nd Thursday, 6:00 A. M. bM P. M. ;;>:. . i'lc on Mon I . .1 Cbursdsy, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M. <C Hours, from ?? o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M. .1, - ... .. on Sundays a? ll o'clock, A. SI.j i;-.- ..- from i: 0 ?.> 5:30 P. M. T. P. JOHNSON, P. M. i?...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 8 February 1871

[A D y sut TIS S?rs T. Fur I will give joua mouth of wisdom that .ll your adversaries shall Dot be able to gainsay nor reeif?-21se chap, of St. Luke and 15th verse. hi a. Ko ITO E :-?Atter along anil suspensive delny to learn from the Columbia Neighbor the narnu <>f the gentleman who be so invectively condemned iu Denominational Doggery, and to Bes an attempt to coa viet me of heresy, I bare nt length thought best to break sileneo and go in search of tbe Neighbor'* whereabouts (conclu? sions) for the satisfaction of tho numbers wbo, like myself, have waited anxiously to bear from him. Has be a friend that can give his secret (how ho ie to be justified) for I am at a lost to know into what bole be has ciept (excuse to recom aaend his present coursej unless be has conclu? ded to take shelter behind Mr. Biscuit Board, and try something else that he can manage better. For the last I beard of bim through Little John, ho was vomiting some of Mr. Bis? cuits Board's leaden bullet (ign...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 15 February 1871

# . Ihr ffiMnfer W?ikmm. YOL. XXI WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1371._ NO. 42. n^?JtnX^?^ TiBMO Da?aos Et Dona Fere ute?.-Virs. ^^J^^s^^^^s^^ DEV0T?D. TO LITERATURE, MORALITY AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. The Siimter watchman, {ESTABLISHED IN 1850.) It PUBLISHED EVI?ltY WEDNRSDAY MORN I Nt? AT SUMTER. S. C., BY GILBERT & FLOWERS. Terms. One year.*3 00 Sis utoiiili!). 1 ?0 iiireo mou; hs.??. 1 00 ADVERTISEMENTS ?i?erted al the rate ?r OXK DOLLA:; AM? MUY CENTS per square tor tho rir.M. ONL DOLLAR lor the secondhand k It'll CENTS -?r each .-ubsequent aseriiou, for;:u\ perixJ le?* than three month? OBITUARIES, i'?IliUTES OF RESPECT uni all communication* which subserve private wt>i r.sti, wiil im paid >or a.* advertisement*. ACTS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS I>a>r.ed t>> the Legislature- &ce*Ion 1370 and 1871. fOFFiClAL.] AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOU THE PUBLICA? TION Or'TUE ACTS, REPORTS, RESO? LUTIONS, JOURNALS AND OTHER PA PLKS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SECTION. 1. Bett ena...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 15 February 1871

I OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 7,1871. Iii the House on Saturday "ball and cbaic" Porter, of Va, wanted to intro? duce a resolution lookiug to the protec? tion of negro cadets at West Point, and on a vote to suspend the rule only 24 voted in the affirmative. The elephan tine negro which the Radicals have oe their hands ii nigh well "played out," and tis for West Point, the management ofthat institution under the presen: administration is villainous. The Sub-Committee wiitin vestigated ? the West Point outrage recommend that the three members of the fourth class, who were diiven from the institution, be restored, and that all of the first class, and others who were guilty of such gross behaviour, including Cadet Grant, Son of Ulysses, "ehip of the old block? head/' cadet Townseud, son of the Ad? jutant General Towcscnd, and cadet Farragut, son of Admiral Farragut, be expelled from West Point. These ca? dets, from the positions beld by their fathers, run the institut...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
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