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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 2 August 1871

THINGS THAT NEVER DIB. The pure, the bright, tho beautiful, That stirred oar hearts in youth ; The impulse of a wurldless prayer, The dream of lore oad truth ; The longings after something lost ; The spirit's yearning cry ; The striving after better hopes; These things shall never die. The timid hand stretched forth to aid A bro"li'.T in his need j Tho kindly word in griefs dark hour That proves tba friend indeed ; The plea for tceroy softly breathed, When justice threatens nigh, The sorrows of a coi trite heart} These things shall never die. The memory of a dapping hand, The pressure of a kiss, The kindly word in griefs dark hoar That make up love's first bliss ; If with a firm, unchanging faith, And holy trust on bigb, These bands have clasped, these tips have met, These things shall never die. The cruel and the bitter word That wcunded as it fell, Tho chilling want of sympathy, We feel, but eannot tell ; The hard repulse that chills tne heart Whose hopes were bounding high ; In 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. — 9 August 1871

VOL. XXH ? - ? -:>:.,/^V- ffirMfi^AY MORNING ?fffflh>f$Wl ? \ ;.. NO. 15. ' Time o Da?aos fit ?ona Furente*.-Vire. DEVOTED TO LITER1TURE, MORALITY AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. ie Slimier Watchman {ESTABLISHED IN 1850.) If PCBLISH2D "KY WKDSESDAT MORNING T SUMTER, S. C., BY ELBERT & FLOWERS. Terms. [year.$3 00 ?ontbs......... 1 50 m""'**f rn"|i<pt '" .??..?. 1 00 JVERTISEMBNT8 inserted nt the rate |NB DOLLAR-AND FIFTY CENTS per for the first, ONE DOLLAR for the ld, and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent tion. for an r period less than three months HTUARIES, TRIBUTES OF RESPECT til CMntaunications which subserve private Its, will be paid for as advertisements. TO [anters and Merchants. XDEE BAGGING, TIES, BACON, FLOUR, For sale by [ISON & SELBY, Cotton Factors, EMISSION MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN ANTERS? SUPPLIES, Of Ecery Description. 17 LIGHT STREET, BALTIMORE, Md. ?ERAL ADVANCES made on Consignments. ~)ERS receive faithful and prompt attention. SDaTER REFERENCES. I J. Win...

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. — 9 August 1871

Our Charleston Correspondence. [PROM OUE OWN CORRESPONDENT] CHARLESTON, S. C., Angus* 5th, 1871. Our citj, which, as is well known far and wide, baa been suffering for several jearspast under the aad rule and ruin of Radicalism, is now rejoicing in her complete redemption. Her robes of mourning and despondency, have been laid aside for the glad garments of prosperity, progress and peace. Intelli? gence, worth, brain and honest govern? ment, will now assert their supremacy over ignorance, misrule, rowdyism and roguery. The pulse of the State will now beat healthily, nader the inspiration of the triumph of conservatism here, which will be echoed and reechoed by her press from every to every quarter of her proud domain. The anuoying and disgusting scenes, which have marked the popular election through which we have just past, having been confined to the Republican ranks, bave^ rolled up for our conservative ticket a majority as remarkable as it was un? expected. And how is this gloriou...

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. — 9 August 1871

pTEPNESDAY, AUGUSTO. M?MXT?F^" - BUSINESS MANAGER All Transient Advertiaamenta, and all ?b Work ujuii he paid for in cash. Thin will observed wi tb oat distinction. Subscriptions I also payable in advance. PST* Applications for Job Work will bo made, Ibe oftVe. to Tnos. E. FLOWERS. QM WATCHMAN books are in tho keeping of W. PATTON, who will receipt for monies duo and und to all matters connected with the Adver? an or Subscription departments. Our Advertising friend? aro requested to i in their favors not hiter than .Monday. 7J/ TER MAIL A li li A S G E M E-V T? CHANG s or SCHEDULE. CLOSES. OPENS. rthern, 10: A. M. 1 P. M Ithern, 11:30 A. M. ll A. M. inning on Mon f and Thursday, C:00 A. M. 5:00 P. 31. rh'ville on Mon fand Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M Ice Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to o' P. M. ?co opens Sunday from 12:: 0 to 1:30 I'. M. T. li. JOHNSON, P. M. fanuary 25th. 1S7I. {f .We are indebted to Capt. E. C. tEEN, now in New York, for late and jrtani New York papers. -4*?sss...

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. — 9 August 1871

SPICE BOX. - The mao "who couldn't find his match" went to bed io the darle. - Strong-minded women don't eat eggs. They can't bear the yolk. - The waiter is an irresistible per? son; he carries- everything before him. - ? kiss is the alms which enriches htm who receives without impoverishing her who gires. - The epitaph of the double headed baby pronounced by the New York Mail is, "she are dead; they is gone." -Many a ehild sings a I want to be an angel, who would be more satisfao tory if he wanted to bea good boy. -Carlyle says : "Make yourself a good man, and then you may be sure that there is one rascal less in the world*" - What is now styled a "beautiful blonde," says some fellow, once went by the name of a "tow head." - Why should young ladies set good examples ? Because young men are so apt to follow them. - It will probably give rise lo a dif? ference of opinion, if we ask if any indi? vidual who has married a shrew can be considered a shrewd man. - A darkey who witnessed 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. — 16 August 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. !he Sumter Watchman {ESTABLISHED IN 1850.) 18 PUBLISHED rEKY WEDNESDAY MOKMV< AT SUMTER. S. C.? BY ?IL BE UT & FLOWERS, Terms. >ejear...** oc months. 1 *>0 DO months. 1 00 >VBRTISBMKNTS inserted at the rate R)NE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS pei ire for the first, ONE DOLLAR for the ?ad, and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent rtion, for any period less than three months OBITUARIES, TRIBUTES OF RESPECT all communications which subserve private rests, will be paid tor as advertisements. HITS HANDS. L This is not the story of a king, but of humble peasant girl; the sceoe is not id in a camp, but in a village at a time len Bonaparte's wars had not yet iven to the simple name of Beroadotte little Bernard) the historic glow which till surrounds it. A man and his wife had an only ighter, and they were so proud...

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. — 16 August 1871

Oar Charleston. Correspondence. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] CHARLESTON, S. C. August 12th, 1871. The spur given by the triumph of Conservatism over Radicalism in our late Municipal contest, seems to have infused new life,'spirit and energy into every one ?ho is at all alive to the in? terest of reform, decency aod progress, and to have placed al! departments, whether of industry, of trade and com? merce, of social and moral Mic, or of financial supply, on the broad road to prosperity, contentment and happiness. Every mail which now arrives in charles ton, comes freighted with letters and papers that are burthened with con? gratulations and rejoicings in honor of our signal victory. The press of our own State, that also throughout the entire South, and even that ot the North, embracing quite a number of Republican journals, applaud our overwhelming tiiumph, and write strongly, en? couragingly and inspiritingly concerning it. Ourstauech ship, "good government" is now swinging at anch...

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. — 16 August 1871

lie Silier Watcliman. Y. PAXTON - - BUSINEvSS MANAGER aaV* AU Transient Advertisements, and all ' Work matt be paid for in cash. This will ??erred without distinction. Subscription! Uso payable in advance. JP* Applications for Job Work will be oscde, ie office, to THOS. E. PLOWERS. ie WATCHMAN books are in the keeping of W. 'AXTON, who will receipt for monies due and id to all matters connected with the Adver g or Subscription departments. t'~ Our Advertising friends are requested to in their favors not later than Monday. ii TER MAH ARRANGEMENTS CBAROB 07 SCHEDULE. '* ?ai " ?Loses. OPENS, rthcrn, ', 1ft: ~h? M. 1 P. M tbern, . .. 11:10/A, H A. M. hning. on Mon < and ?bnrsday, 6.-9C A. M. 5:00 P. M. h'ville on Mon . and Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M ce Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M. M opens Sunday from 12:.".0 to 1:30 P. M. T. B. JOHNSON, P. M. anuary 25th, 1 Sri. tf Kal* It wiir be seen bj a notice of | k A. WHITNEY. SDDER, that Sons interested in thc cotton Tax, I far...

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. — 16 August 1871

[From tl) o Charleston Courier ] OUR SU.UTER CORRESPONDENCE* [Frum our Own Correspondent.] M." M TER, S. 0., August, 7. .Sumter is central and easy of ac cess, aud hence it is often selected by frVe various religious d?nominations in the State as the place of meeting for their annual Councils. The Baptists have reeet.tly held here a Sunday School Convention-, composed of delegates from all parrs of the State, presided over by Rev. W. D. Rice, of Society*Hill, which continued its sessions for nearly a week. The Methodists have just closed their anuual District Conference, prc sided over by Bishop Wightman, of Charleston, and in his absence by Rev. W. H. Fleming, the Elder in charge of this Conference District. Botl of these meetings were pleasant reunions to the ministers and lay delegates attending them, an i occasions of great interest to the resident population, who crowded the churches at almost every service. The Presbyterians look for ward tc the meeting of the Synod of South C...

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. — 23 August 1871

m_^^^mmmmtammmtttlmatMtta^ttttttttmMtttaattBatt^mtlmmmM^ . - 1 mmmm . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^'^^^^^^^^^ YOL. XXn WEDNESDAY MOBBING, AUGUST 23, 1871. " NOR _ Tlraeo Sanaos Et Dona. Ferentee.-YIrs;. " DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, MORALITF AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Le Sumter Watchman {ESTABLISHED IN 1S50.) I S PUBLISHED IY WEDNESDAY MORNING SUMTER. S. C.? BY .BEUT & FLOWERS? Terms. _.*3 00 ID tbs. 1 5? ^ntbs. 1 00 ?BRTISE.MENTS inserted at tb? rat? t DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per for tbe first, ONE DOLLAR for the , and FiFT? CENTS for each subsequent kn, for any period less than three months rUARIES, TRIBUTES OF RESPECT communications which subserve private s, will bs paid tor as advertisements. [For the Watchman.] PER DISTRICT CONFERENCE. tea Stater District Conference of C. Coaference of the 31. E rch, South, convened at Sumter, S. July 27th, 1871. In the absence of bishop, the Presiding Elder, Kev. Fleming took the Chair with the and dignity of one accust...

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. — 23 August 1871

Correspondence of the Watchmao CHEROKEE SPRINGS, Aog. 14; 181 MR. EDITOR: OOO of the most i terestiug objects io this Deighborho ii< Pucolet Uiver. This beautiful stret is crossed bj a rude bridge about a m and a half from the "Springs," on t I?utherfordton road. The river is qui rapid in its course, and flows over ma rocks, giving it the Found ota sm, cascade. The trees which line its ban present every hue and ?badeof gre that the eye could desire, and eve variety of foliage from the sharp lean willows to the shady oak. A splend swim ruay be enjoyed io the clear waie and thc place is so secluded that, ve little fear of passers by need be entei tained. About seven miles North East of th Uiver is the famous battle ground '.Cowj.ens." Were it not for the mont merit placed there in 1856, to mark tl spot, thc stranger would pass it withot knowing that it was holy ground. Thc '-Cowpeos" of the Camden stocl drovers presents now no trace of ii former use. A wild piece of wood with a lit...

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. — 23 August 1871

IXTON - - BUSINESS MANAGER Lil Transient Advertisements, and al ,s mutt be paid for in casb. This wil red without distinction. Subscription! payable in advance. ^ Applications for Job Work will be made; ice! to Titos. E. FLOWERS, [ATCHSAS b ->oks are in the keeping of W. jv. who will receipt for monies doe and all matters connected with the Adver Suascription departments. [our Advertising friends are requested to heir favors not later than Monday. \ER MAIL ARRANGEMENTS CHANGE Or SCHEDULE. CLOSES. OPENS. , 10: A. M. 1 P. M 11:30 A. M. 11 A. M. , on Mon I Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. X. le on Men Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M |onrs, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M. ens Sunday from 12:30 to 1:30 P. M. T. B. JOHNSON, P. M. ry 25th, 1871. tr If there is a stinking combioa ider the sun, it is poor whiskey ted OD?OOS. Whenever we scent lor, we involuntarily exclaim, "O IBBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID!" Pr. J. E. GODFREY, of Atlanta, is been spending a few days in our He represents the St. L...

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. — 23 August 1871

THE BURIAL OF MOSES. [The following poem was first published in the Dublin University Magazine, several years ago, and has been republished many times in the rewspapers, but thc author hat. never been pub? licly known.] "And be buried bira in a valley in the land of Moab, over against Betbpeor, but co man know etb his sepulchre unto this da;." [DBUT, XXIV, 6. By Ntbo's lonely mountain, On this side Jordon's wave. In a vale in the land of Moab, There lies a lonely grave ; And no man dug that sepulchre, And no man saw it e'er ; For tho engel of God upturned the sod And iaid the dead man there. That was the grandest funeral Tbat ever passed on earth ; But no man beard the tramping Or saw the train go forth. Noiselessly as the daylight, Comes when tho night is done, And the crimson streak on tho ocean's cheek Grows into the {treat sun. Noiselessly as tho Spring time Her crown of verdure weaves, And all the trees on al! tbe hills Open their thou-and leaves. So, without sound of music. Or...

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. — 30 August 1871

VOL. XXII 'JCS Vt WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1871 NO. 18 Tlmeo Danae? Et Dona Fer?n?ea.-Vlrc. DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, MORALITF AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. ie Sumter Watchmai {ESTABLISHED IN 1850.) 18 PUBLISHED tY WKDJIESDAY MOBNIN? fT SUMTER. S. C> BY .BERT & FLOWERS. Terms. .$3 00 ?ntbs. . 1 50 ?OUthS. 1 00 JERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate lg DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per ?for the first. ONE DOLLAR for the ( and FIFTY CENTS for each ?ubsequent sn for any period less than three months TUARIES, TRIBUTES OF RESPECT communications which subserve private s.will be paid (or as advertisements. :HE SUPERFICIAL GIRL. [group o? girls were studying their as one evening in the study hall of female College in S-. The day leen hot and sultry, and we were ixious to finish our lessons, so as io the cool shade of the grove of io the grounds around the college, silence was broken suddenly by Graham exclaiming: "I declare I see any use in worrying over this lem any mure. I am just tired to of ma...

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. — 30 August 1871

THE HEALTH OF CHARLESTON. Action of the medical Society. At au extra meeting of the Medical Society of Sooth Carolina, held oo Aug. 25:1), the followiog paper was read, aod it ?as ordered that it be published ?D the daily papers : We, the Members of the Medical Society ol'So?!h Carolina, feeling that our interests are inseparably connected with the city of car residence aod the home of our selection, fully alive to the advantages of her growth, her general prosperity, and also to her character for honesty, in view of the general circula? tion of'reports a? to the pievaleuce of pestilential disease, and the manner io which soch reports have been dealt with by city officials, the board of health aod the press of the ci?), think it best to offer a plain statement of the facts con? nected with the present sanitajy con? dition of the city. Io doing so it is not our object to ar? raign the action of the coostituted au? thorities, to step between them aod their official duties, or to pass ...

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. — 30 August 1871

i The Siimter Watciunan WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3C VV. Y. PAXTON - - BUSINESS MANABER All Transient Advertisements, and al JorTwork must be paid for in cash. This wil be observed without distinction. Subscription! also payable in advance. , Applications for Job "Work will be made it the office, to Taos. E. FLO wans. The WATCBMAJI books are in tbe keeping of W E, PAXTON, who will receipt for monies due and ttend to all matters connected with the Adver? sing or Subscription departments. Oar Advertising friends are requited to tend in their favors not later than Monday. ^SUMTER MAIL ARRANGEMENTS CBS.NOB OF SCHEDULE. CLOSES. . OPENS. Northern, _ 10: A. M. 1 P. M Southern, 11:30 A. M. ll A. M. Manning on Moa? day and Thursday, 6:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M. Bish'ville on Moa? lay and Thursday, 1:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M Dffloe Hours, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M. ?ffice opens Sunday from 12.: 0 to 1:30 P. M. T. B. JOHNSON, P. M. January 25th, 1871._tf Religious. The Rev. Dr. HOWE, of Columbia, rill preac...

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. — 30 August 1871

ALL. SORTS. -The poormaD's story-the garret. -A doctor's motto is supposed to be 'patients aud loog suffering.' -The womau question-how much is she worth ? -A new name for the Grecian bend is tue -'back stoop." - Love reposes at the bottom of pure souls like a drop of dew in the chalice of a fiVrer. - Why are birds melancholy in the morning-Because their little bills are all over dew. -Why are young ladies so partial to sunset and twilight-Because they are daughters of Jive. -What is the difference between an oyster aud a chicken ? One is best right out of the shell, and the other isn't. -Gttting in debt is like a mouse gettiug into a trap-very easygoing in, but extremely difficult getting out. - Hold on to your tongue when you are ready to swear, lie or speak harshly. -An old lady Irom one of the rural districts astonished a clerk io oue ofthe stores, a few days ago, by inquiring it he hud any "yaller developments sich as they did up letters iu." - A client remarked to his solicito...

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. — 6 September 1871

I S J * VOL. XXII WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1871. NO. 19. . : . Tlmeo Da?aos Et Dona ?ercates.-Vi7;. ~~~~ DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, MORALITY AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. ?The Sumter Watch] (ESTABLISHED I2f 1850.) 18 PUBLISHED Bk VE IC Y VVKDXK.SD.IY TOOK H AT SUMTER. S. C., ] KILBEKT & FLOWI Terms. Hie year. .? Wki months. [Kreu months. BfcDVBRTISEMENTS inserted at thc Hf OVE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENI Kare for the first, ONE DOLLAR f< ^Kon?, and FIFTY CENTS fur each-subs? ^?ertion, for any period leis than three ri ?OBITUARIES, TRIBUTES OF RES! Bpd all communications rrhich subserre p |Bsrests, will be paid lor as advertisement I CAIVI?LLA. ? Paul Smith was a poor old man. Bad a back room in the top of a t Bdgiug house, where he slept ni: Kid munched his meals of bread Bieese (or Bologna sausage, whe Bou ld afford it) and from whenci Kept, as harmless and unnoticed as i B>wu to the corner of the dingy s'.i B the little music shop of Carl Berm; BOerman settler somewhere io Soho...

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. — 6 September 1871

THE WATCHMAN WEDNESDAY, SEPT'S R 6 ?7?T GILBERT.EDITOR EDITOR! A I? CORRESPONDENCE* SOUTHERN HOTEL, NEW YORK CITT. Aug. 31,1871. Dear Watchman :-Pardon my seem ing neglect, io silence, for two weeks past. Amidst the whirl and twirl, the bustle and hustle, the roar aod pour, and everlasting Doise of this wonderful city, I hare found it difficult to keep still long enough to put on paper matter fer the public eye. The city, just now, is getting into the rush of the fall business. Broadway is a perfect jam from 8 o'clock iu the morning until 10 o'clock at night. 1 bad to wait fully ten minutes yesterday to cross a street running into that great thoroughfare-hack?, street-cars, dray; cabs, wagons, carriages and buggies, and men with hand-carts, all tangled, ap? parently in inextricable confusion, blockaded and at a stand still. After while the living stream finds veut, and moves on again in its rushing torrent. New York is something like a rail road engine and train in full run-however ...

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. — 6 September 1871

Sumter Watchman. ??ENDAY, SEPT'ER 6 tX?ON - - BUSINESS MANA6ER The ladies of the Baptist Church re another Ice Cream and Musi/ itertainiuent, at Fursteuburg'c HS da;, afternoon aod'-erening. We present to day, a variety ol >re, New York and other adver? bs, to which we invite the atteo our readers. All advertise )Biitted wilt receive their regular of insertions. uer Fire Kofftae Company. regular monthly meeting will lace at the usual hour, this even Seed Cotton* said the tr&ffio io this article 5n resumed, aud promisee to be ively. The planters' fields will se suffer, and some who plnut DO rill harvest the largest crops. Ber. Dr. Howe* venerable aod sifted minister red two admirable discourses io jresbyterian church ot this pince un last. He has given many Jorg ;ful years of his life to the duties )rofessorship io the Theological try at Columbia, and has contribu, small share io establishing oo ao fie basis the acknowledged reputa* that "School of the Prophets." )sfs of many ...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
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