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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 21 June 1871

LITTLE FEET. In castle hs!!*, or cottage homes, Wherever guileless childhood roams, 0, there ia nothing half so sweet, As btisjr tread of little feet. The sighing breeie, the ocean's roar, Tbs purling rill, the organ's power All atir the sou!, bat none so deep, . As tiny tread of little feet. When we go forth at early mora, To meet the world sad brave its seora, Adowa the ?arden walk so neat, We sec the prints of little feet. At eve when homeward we repair, With a--l.iog lia.b? and brow of care, The voice* ring out clear nod sweet, Thea ct mes the rash of little feet. v The knives are lett, the dishes stray, The t<fbls are spirited away, And when we go the lost to seek, We take the trail of little feet. But when the angel Death bath come And called the flow'rets from our home, Oppressive silence reigns complete, We miss the souud ul little teet. Then tools are ssfe, no dishes stray, No door? going slumming all tbe day ; Dut 0, 'twould give us pleasure sweet, To hear pgaio those n...

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. — 28 June 1871

I ?k faite jfat?im _ YOL XXII WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1871._ NO. 6. DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, iSoRALITF AND GENERA ^INTELLIGENCE. [The Sumter Watchman. (ESTABLISHED IN 1353.) IS PUBLISHED ./KUY WEDNESDAY CORNING AT SUMTER. S. C., BY SILBERT & FLOWERS, j Terms. , jear.00 j month:'.~. 1 ?0 j ? Three mouths.> 1 00 j ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at tbe rate! [f ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per j quare for tho first, ONE DOLLAR lor tbe;' econJ, ?nd FIFTY CENTS for each jubeequent j fcsertiou, for any poriod less tban three months OBITUARIES, TRIBUTES OF RESPECT i ?nd ail co:mnunicntioii> which subrerve private I p teres ts, will bc paid lor ?is advertisements. I [From the Fredonia Censor, Jane 7.] ^Secretary Seward's Tour. Xjateresting Letter from Om-of the Ladles Accompanying Him-Reception of thc Party at PalteaUa. By our request Mr. H. A. Risley, 'nowa resident of this village, has per? mitted us to publish the following por? tion of a letter written him from India by his daught , ...

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. — 28 June 1871

?EWS OF THE WEEK. i-Nashville has a dark hoed vender of ice cream camed Snowball Frost. -Oo the 20th oi June Queen Victoria completed tho thirty-fourth year of der reign. ---English capitalists are finding their investments in East India cotton planting anything bat capital. -A Chinese Young Men's Chris? tian Association has been organized in San Francisco. It starts with a mem? bership of forty Celestials. .-The papers left by President Lincoln are to be published. Judge David Davis, of Illinois, is now revising them. -Among the Catholic Church choirs of England quite an excitement has been created by a mandate excluding female singers. -Count Moltke, it is understood, will visit England in order to be present at the great military gathering which is to take place on the Beeksbire Downs, next September. -In portions of Louisiana white laborers are said to be cultivating cotton and sugar with no sickness beyond the average among th? negroes. -A nove? illastrating the leading | chara...

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. — 28 June 1871

te Sumter Watchman. [EDS ESPA Y, J^A*f^28T PAXTON - - BUSINESS MANAGER All Tran K?eiit Advertise me nt?, and all Pork must be paid for in caifa. Tbis will erved without dubnetioa. Subscriptions io pajuble ia advance. Applications for Job Work will be made, office, to Taos. ti. FLOWERS. i WATCHMAN books are in the keeping of W. KXTOS. who will receipt for monies due and to all matters connected frith the Adver r Su>?criptiun departments. Our Advertising friends are requested to their favors nut later than Monday. TER HAIL ARRAN G Eil Eil TS. CHA.VGK OF iCHKDULE. CLOSES. OTENS. Ibero, 10: A M. 1 P. M them, 11:30 A. M. U.A. M. luing. on Mon ?nd Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M 'ville on Mun fand Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M Le Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. io 6 P. M. ee opens Sunday frutn 12:- 0 t? 1:30 P. M. T. B. JOHNSON, P. M. ian nary 25th, 1871. tf KEEP COOL ! 1}ar readers wil: not forget io these ?hering days, that they can enjoy a iglitfui luxury, and at thc saute time 'urtu ...

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. — 28 June 1871

BETWEEN THE EBB AND FLOW. The evening breeze is singing low A Inlirtby ?.oday, I have a question I would ask Before ir dies away. The pebbles on tbe bench are dry, The tide bas sunken low ; A little form is standing there Between the ebb and flow. A tangled mass of soft brown hair. Two ejes east meekly down, A little face the sun has kissed, Two ehetks a little brown ; Two Hille Hps that pout and save, .T do not think I know," Two little lips that tell a Qb, Between the ebb and flow. A little be?rt that longing walt? To know what next 'twill bear, A little face that shyly looks To see if still I'm near. Ab! little heart that whispered "Tes," Thongh pouting lips said "No," You thought that you'd be asked again, Between the ebb and flow. A little face balf frigbtened, when I turn to go away, Two little hand's that slyly reach As if to bid me rtay ; A little voice that softly says, I did not mean that "Nor A little pride that well was lost, Between the ebb and flow. [From tbe Paterson ...

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. — 12 July 1871

' .Wat ? BifSST VOL. XXII WEDNESDAY -VlplNlNG, JULY 13, 1871. NOIL i. .' Tiaaeo Daiaos ? Doti ft Fer? ates.-Vire. DEVOTED TO LITrilTURE, M?mlu?FAND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Sumter Watchman ( ES TA BL ISBED IN 1S50.) 18 PUBLISHED UV WEDNESDAY MORNING SUMTER. S. C., BY .BERT & FLOWERS. Terms. ir.S3 00 i UL*. 1 M) I joiitbs.-. 1 00 ?RTlsE.MENTS inserted at the rate DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per [for the first. OXE DOLLAR ?or the j mud FIFTY Cl?N fur each subs?quent in, foran] period less than three months NJARIES, TRIBUTES OF RESPECT communications which subcerTe private s, trill he paid lor ns advertisement*. Wife's Secret. le Lawreuces are going abroad," [Robert Dana to bis yoong wife one fing. "I met Tom to day, and he pie and Cany would sail on the 20th, the furniture be seid at auction." J)h, how we shall mis* them ! and a pity to have that handsome old jiture scattered among strangers ! (have had many happy times there, irt." fri*pg, Annie ; it was there I first saw [doyou remember...

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. — 12 July 1871

[From thc Capital.] THE BEAUTIFUL *10BDEBESS. Sketch of Laura Fair. The time is approaching very near for the execution of the sentence of death upon Mrs. Laura I). Fair; and un? less the Executive pardon be interposed, California will witness for the first time within its history the execution of a woman by hanging. Well might the victim exclaim : "ls it possible that a womal) of ai Y lace and form can ever he hung?" It must bc confessed it looks extremely like it; and it is safe to say, should i lie sentence be carried out that she will not be the only one that will be surprised. To one who lived in that community during the war and anterior to it, reali? zing thc almost unlimited immunity guaranteed tva female especially on? ?M< superlatively h:-:i?:il':i! :..?> wa.? Mrs Fair, it stems incredible ib:?i a jury could bi* found that rt-iiiij convict ?.er ut'murder in thc first degree, lt possibly can only be accounted tor because or lue defiau: attitude assumed b? her after th...

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. — 12 July 1871

ie Sumter Watchman. EDNESDAY, JULY 12. Y. PAXTON - . BUSINESS MANAGER AU Transient Advertisements, and all Work must be paid for in cush. This will ?bserved without distinction. Subscriptions [also payable in advance. Applications for Job Work will be made, Ehe office, to Taos. E. FLOWERS. the WATCHMAN books are in the keeping of W. [PAXTON, who will receipt for monies due and ?nd to all matters connected with the Adver ng or Subscription departments. Our Advertising friends aro requested to ld in their favors not later than Monday. WX TES MAIZ, ABRAS OB MEM TS. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. CLOSES. OPESS. brtbern, 10: A. M. 1 P. M iiuthern, 11:30 A. M. ll A. M. anning, on Mon? ly and Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M. Ish'ville on Mon? ty and Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M. Bee Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M. See opens Sunday from 12:30 to 1:30 P. M. T. B. JOHNSON, P. M. January 25tb. 1S71- tf E.TIPTY JAI1L. We learn that the jail of Sumter DOW jntains but a single, solitary, lone iris...

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. — 12 July 1871

A PARENT'S GRIEF? Ob, ?bo can feel a pareat's wo?, Or who cnn tell their grief, When they behold their children'? pain, Bat cannot gire relief? To see their bright and sparkling eyes, That soon must close in death ) To bear their faint and feeble sighs. And unrk their strangling breath. To see that longing look of lote That seems to ask relief, Yet know their pain they cannot ewe, This is their greatest grief. And when the voice ia bashed in death. Of those loved ones, the chief, The solace of parental bern ts. Say, what can calm their grief? It ia the hope that Christ has given, (Although their slay was brief), They now are angels bright lo heaven This soothes the parent's g nef. Written for the Watchman. "OVER THE BAB,? Gentle reader, have jon erer tried the fun o? "fishing," some ten or fifteen miles from the city-beyond Fort Sum? ter-beyond the bar-out where the water is blue, and from five to ten fa? thoms deep? There are ia our city, as in all other cities lying upon the sea, ...

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. — 19 July 1871

JA^klfl JET ^T ' w sta i'v.nil iiai s WEDNESMY MORNING, JULY 19, 1371. NO. 12. Tipas* Duaon Et Oona Pereatea.-Vir?. DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, MORAL ITF IND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. !he Sinnier Watchman (ESTABLISHED IN 1850.) lt FTB?tT?Bi>? rBRY WEDNESDAY HORNIllG AT SUMT ER. S. C. ? BY ILBE??T Si FLOWERS. Terms. >aa jaar.-.*S ?0 ii* uwuilu. 1 50 fbita laoatbs.1 ?0 AOVBUTISKM ??NTS uwtrwd at the rate >f ONS DOLLA lt AND FIFTY CKNTS per l^aar* far tb? Gm. UNK DOLLAR lor tba ieeun-l, *nJ FIFTY CUNTS Tur eucb nubscqaent (usariioi. for atv? periud leaatbun' (brae months . O BIT U 4 lt I KS, TKIBUTKS OF. K KS PK CT ind all fO'.uinunicRtion> which s ulperre privat? [arrests, trill be paid lor nu advertisapeat*. JARVIS LEE'S SE li MON* 'Mariar! Mariar! where on airth are ye? Ain't ye nowhore? l*ui goin'to 'Old GrabbV sn' if he dju't give me my righrs, Til fix him.' Then a soft girlish voice spoke low io answer. 'Mother's in the woodhouse; shall I call her? And, father, you soot stop a...

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. — 19 July 1871

Bloody Riot at New York! THE OBAFTGEBBN PARADE ES? CORT RD BY TBE MILITARY. THEY ARE ASSAULTED BY THE MOR Tbe :*Hilary Pira Into Uv* Baa* oa tao Street With TerrlMe EATect. THE STREETS RVS WITH BLOOD i FIFTY KILLED AND ONE HUNDRED WOUNDED. The New York papers ooo tai a vi rid aud interesting descriptions of tbe terrible riot in that city on Wednesday: Observed, tbe point of attraction for all the multitude were tbe Orangemen themselves. At the rate in which the procession set out they were not more than a minute or two passing any given point' At their head road Marshal Johnson, a Ene specimen of tlie North? ern Irishman, a raw-boned, ereet martial loukiug mao, well dressed, with proud but quiet bearing; and he it was who received the vilest execrations of the crowd on the sidewalks. All the other < Orangemen were afoot, aud most of i them were plainly dressed, and some i shabbily dressed ; laboring looking I men ; some gray aod feeble, who ap I pcarcd to have passed their three ...

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. — 19 July 1871

?umter Watchman. ?NKSDAY, JULY~?9T CTON - - BUSINESS MAIMA6ER Transient Advertisements, and all aast be paid for in cash. This will without distinction. Subscriptions ayable in advance. Mentions for Job Work will be made, t, to Taos. E. FLOWERS. BITCH:: AS books are in tbe keeping of W. [cy, who will receipt for monies doe and Tall matters connected with the Adver [Sabscription departments. Layar Advertising friends sro requested to Their favors not Inter than Monday. V? HAIL ARRANGE HEM TS. CHANGS OF SCHEDULE. CL02E8. OPENS. 10: A. M. 1 P. M 11:30 A. M. ll A. M. on Mon? [Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M. on Mon* Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. Bf. ?urs, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M. ?ns Sunday from 12:->0 to 1:30 P. M. T. B. JOHNSON, P. M. 25th, 1871. tf Ice Cream, dec, by the ladies of | |ptist Church, this day as usual; the ladies of the Methodist OD Friday, beginning at ll We arc indebted to MB. A. A. IONS, now on a pleasuro tour [for New York papers, containing [counts of thc...

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. — 19 July 1871

WE SHOILD BUSK NOBB STOCK IM TBK ROUTH. One of the great defects of the farm In^ practice of the Som h it? want of .iteotiou to ?tock of all kinds. Ou mat j places well adapted to rire raising of cattle, sheep, hog?, and horses, the farm work is doa-a by mules obtained frunj ahu ad ; the laborers are M on pork: produced in the West, the butter used by the family cornea from the gro? cer, thc cattle and sheep are poor, ill fed and neglected, and the hogs few and un t h ri tty tu comparison with what they should be. Our tunnels should understand that the great reliance tor the improvement of the soil is opon tbe stock of the farm Without stock, a sufficient supply of domestic manures cannot be made and the iartit will inevitably decline in fer? tility until its cultivation ceases to be profitable. Moreover, the farmer who tries it, will find that it is more profita ole to turn hi? surplus grain and roots into beef, pork, mutton, butter and a copious supply ot valuable home made manure...

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. — 26 July 1871

I ?k faite jfat?im _ YOL XXII WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1871._ NO. 6. DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, iSoRALITF AND GENERA ^INTELLIGENCE. Le Sumter Watchman {ESTABLISHED IN 1S50.) IS PUBLISHED ?RY WEDNESDAY MORNING T SUMTER. S. O.? BY [LBERT & FLOWERS. Terms. Mrear.$i 0? [months. 1 M months. I 00 j ? VERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate |NS DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per . for the first. ONE DOLLAR lor the I td, nnd FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent ! (ion, for any period less than three months j HTUARIES, TRIBUTES OF RESPECT til communication* which subserre private tsts, will be paid lor as advertisements. ?rn Special Correspondence of the Boston Post.] HEATHEN NEV ENGLAND. {eothen Colony in Nero Ilamnshirc \Undcr the Eye of Massachusetts Cicili i'.ion. fern SEABROOK, X. II* Jury 6,1871. tt rather startled society to be told by Newburyport Herald, a short time ice, that there was a heathen settle? nt in New England; that in the very ure of our moral and social refinement ?rc was a depraved an...

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. — 26 July 1871

[From the Baltimore American.] BALTIMORE'S MURDERESS. Some of the Fact? tbat the Anthon ties have Gathered. Mrs. Wharton was indicted on Satur? day for poisoning Gen. W. Scott Ketchurn, and Tor attempting to poison her confidential business agent Mr. Eugene Van Ness. Gen Ketchurn ar rived at ber house from Washington on Saturday evening, June 24 He and Major Wharton had served together in j the Sixth United States Infantry, and j their respective families had always maintained the most friendly relations toward each other. Gen Ketcbum had lent $2,600 to Mrs. Wharton, for which sum he held her note, aDd before leaving Washington, he mentioned to several persons that the object of his visit was to collect the money. The note can nowhere be found among ?us papers, ind his ftiends therefore conclude that he took it with him. Portly after his arrival at Mrs. Wharton's he was taken ill, and was attended by Dr P. C. Wil liams, who suspected poison from the peculiar symptoms of the case, li...

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. — 26 July 1871

ie Sumter Watciiinan. EDNESDAY, JULY 26. Y.PAXTON BUSINESS MANAGER All Transient Advertisements, and ali Work must be paid for ir. cash. This will ibserved without distinction. Subscriptions [also payable in advance. Applications for Job Work will be mado, be office, to Tnos. E. FLOWERS. ^be WATCHMAN books are in the keeping of W. >AXT05. who will receipt for monies due ano ind to all matters connected with the Adver ag or Subscription departments. Onr Advertising frionds arc requested to ld in their favors not Inter than Monday. TM TE H 31 AIL A li ? AX U Eil EM TS. CHANGE 07 SCHEDULE. CL0SE8. 10: A H. 11:30 A. M. OPEX8. 1 P- M ll A. M. prtbera, puthera, inning on Mon? ly and Tbursda.-, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M sb'ville on Mun \y and Thursdsy, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M See Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M. See opens Sunday from I2:?0 to 1:30 P. M. T. B. JOHNSON, P. M. {January 25th, 1S7I. tf Ice Cream, &c, ty 'he ladies ol ie Baptist Church, this day as usual* pd by the ladies...

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. — 26 July 1871

LOVE LIGHTENS LABOR. A good wife rose from ber bed one morn, And thought with a nervous dread Of the piles of clothe? to be washed, and more Than a duzen mouths to bo fed. There are meals to be got for the men in the field, And tho children to fix away To school, and the milk to be skimmed and churned, And all to be done that day. It bad rained in the night, and all the wood Was wot as ii could be : And there was pudding and pies to bake, Besides a loaf of cake for tea. The day was hot, and her aching bead Throbbed nen ni j us she said "If maidens but knew what good wives know They would be ia no hurry to wed." "Jennie, what do you think I told Ben Brown V Called tho farmer frum the well ; And a flash crept up hix bronzed brow, And hi? eye half ba*hfully fell, "lt was tow," be said, and coming near, He smiled, and stooping down. Kissed uer cheek-"'twas this, that yo? were the ben And the dearest ici/e in town /*' Tb; farmer went back to the field, and the wife, In a smiling and abse...

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. — 2 August 1871

M fir o ! WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1871. NO. 14. DEVOTEfi TO LITERATURE, MORALITY AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Le Sumter Watchman 'ESTABLISHED IN 1850.) 18 PUBLISHED rE RY WEDNESDAY MORNING .T SUMTER. S. C., BY [LB EUT & FLOWERS. Tsrm6. I year.*3 0C [months. 1 50 ! months. 1 00 JVBRTISE.MENTS inserted at the rate \NE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per j re for the first, ONE DOLLAR tor the ld, ?nd FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent ! kiori, for any period less than three months I ?ITUARIES, TRIBUTES OF RESPECT ' fall communication.'- winch subserve private 1 est?, will be paid :<>r as advertisements. rom the Philadelphia Telegram, July 15.] ("af from the Private Life of Mrs. Wharton. tr Love for Dress-A Wedding and no Bridegroom-Runs Away to Avoid an Asylum-A Loving Wife-Is she Insane. For women this is certainly the age promise and prominence. We find ?rn on every hand leaving the hearth tn? and storming the intrenched posi? es of male humanity They have Tied the rostrum and pulpit...

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. — 2 August 1871

Our Charleston Correspondence. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] CHARLESTON, S. C., July 29th, 1871. -Agreeably to promise made a few days since, I DOW resume my correspon? dence for the columns of the Watchman, sud will giro its readers in this letter some general and special views concern? ing business and thc prospects of the trade in Dry Goods iu this city, follow? ing them in a second letter with remarks that will embrace an account of the condition and prospects for the coming season, of our Grocery trade. These views may bc relied on, as they are based on data furnished from source? entitled to the highest credit. The prospects of the Dry Goods trade for the coming fall arc fully fair, and such brighter than they were a year ago. To substantiate tbij assertion I would give several reasons-, which will, upon reflection, bc apparent to every observer who is able to appreciate them. Above all them, it is the rise in our main staple, Cotton, whieh will bring more "hard cash" and conse...

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. — 2 August 1871

pie Siimter Watchmag. [WEDNESDAY, AUGUST2. ^VTY. PAXTON - - BUSINESS MANAGER Z?&~ All Transient Advertisements, and all ^bWork must be paid for in cash. This will observed without distinction. Subscriptions ^e also payable in advance. apr? Applications for Job Work will be made, |t the office, to THOS. E. FLOWERS. ! The WATCHMAN books are in the keeping of W. PAXTON, who will receipt for monies due and ?;end to all matters connected with the Adver ing or Subscription departments. fcr* Our Advertising friends arc requested to fend in their favors not later iban Monday. f UM TE R HAIL ARRANGED ES TS CHANGS OF SCHEDULE. CLOSES. OPENS. lortberu, IC: A. M. 1 P. M cuthero, 11:30 A. M. ll A. M [anning, on Mou? sy and Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M luh'ville on Mon? ly and Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M ffice Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to C P. M >ffice opens Sunday from 12:b0 to 1:30 P. M. T. B. JOHNSON, P. M. January 25tb, 1S71. tf COTTON At New York, 31st. ult., was quiet 19J. L...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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