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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 24 April 1883

"A!..-' '-TOSSTMY, APRIL 24. Mkr^?-^Pomt Office at Sumter, S. K Class Matter. H ijXAXmSL TOUK DATES. ^.Tfa'isqiiljtfl muh of oar subscribers to ex MM^wrtj\ts? o? bia^nper., aod partica ?*rlj toobier TC the da? open it. This date nows tb? time ap to which the paper has lees pend for. Many ti oar subscribers will |k^teet??? may hate paid io ad rance; m^there are many others who will discover mu they have noe. \Bj" L. k WeSs-Notary Public, k. C. IRBstooe Go., Charlotte, N. C. Borraj 4 Kurray-Dry Goods, Hats, Jan. B. Tindall, Guardian-Final Dis charge.. ? \ fie*. *- Williams & Soo-Charleston Iron m of toe elements dropped ont [morning. baptized by Ker. Mr. at Jlsyesv Hie on Sunday last. it is said, bas' been on the toe Concord neighborhood. River Baptist Union will con tte Oahrary Charco, is' Clarendon oct Friday next. of-our citizens attended the, sr in Charleston last week. The j is ?ry highly spoken of. .formerly a resident j ia town for the past few j Vii'uaw ? IhKI "is in progc...

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. — 24 April 1883

??8I0N,. MORAL&AND PHILOSOPHY? Rev. (X GL BROWN. Editor. **'TKa? whispered m.* morning: io Heaven How the ?it??e-chSd angel May, I? the shade of the great white portal Sat sorrowing night and dar ; How she said t o the stately warden * He of tile ko; sud bar- . ? angel? sweet angel, I pray you Set the beautiful gates ajar Ow; a littfe, f pray yon, Set the beautiful gates ajar. "I eau bearra.? soother weeping, She is lonely, she cannot see A glimmer of light ia the darkness : When the gates shot after me ; O t tor? me the key, sweet angel. The splendor will shine so far!' Bat the warden answered, 'I dare not' Set tb? bea o tifo 1 gates ajar ; Spoke low and answered the warden, 'I dare aol ' Set the beautiful gates ajar. ..The? op rose Mary, the blessed, Sweet Mary, the mother of Christ ; Her hand on the hand of the angel Sile Sud, and ber tonch sufficed. Turned was the key in the portal Fell ringing the golden bar, And Io X in the little child's fingers Stood the beantifal gates ...

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. — 24 April 1883

ftIUSI?Nj M?RALA ANO PHILOSOPHY. Rev. C. a BROWN. Editor. "'T-was whispered" we moro ing ia Heaven Bow the Httte-e&M angel May, I? the shad* of the great white portal Sat sorrowing sight and day ; Kow abe said: to the stately warden 1 Be of the key sad bar- . .Ol angeK sweet angel, I pray yon Settbe beautiful gates ajar Only a?ttie, ? pray yon, Set the beautiful gates ajar. **I CM hear my ?other weeping, Sbe ls looe?y, she cannot see A glimmer of light ie the darkness When- the gates shot after me ; O I-turarme the key, sweet angel. Tba splendor will shine so far I' Bat th?warden answered, 'I dare not Set the beautiful gates ajar ; Spoke K?w and answered the warden, 'I dare aol Set the beautiful gates ajar. "Thea op rose Mary, the blessed, Sweet Mary, the mother of Christ ; Ber h?nd on the hand of the angel She laid, and her touch sufficed. Turned was the key in the portal Fell ringing the golden bar, And io 1 in the little child's ?agers Stood the beautiful gates ajar. In the U...

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. — 1 May 1883

bjjtr ? T*T_*? . .- _;_ B jW?pfK? WAtCa?A?, KitabrJahed April, 1850. feifeolidated Ans. 2. 1881.1 .Be Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thou Aim? at, be thy Conntrys, thy God's, and Truth's.", SUMTER, S. C., TUESDAY, APRIL 31, 1883. THE TRUE SOUTHRON, Established Jone, 18G6. New Series-Yoi. il. No. 38. 7 ~.-^-.TV - i]titry Tuosday, -mr TH* r a?u? Southron Publishing SUMTER, S. C. ?lim jlr tnnnm-in advance. A-.0 V a R T TS X MISTS . : insertion................,.$1 Od st insertion.................. 50 :three months, or longer will _ueatiens which subserve private j^Kbacbanred for as advertisements, and tribntes of respect will be * notices and notices of deaths pub or \j^worJc^ contracts for advertising It^Wmtdkmm arti Sov&ron. or ?.ooly at O?c^'w * .:.?>.'QSTESS, " v : ?ias:ne?8 Manager. . -COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA B. R. j CO&BEKSEI* SCH KD CLE. i TRAINS t? OING SO?XH. -?wv$,l?2 I Ne. 48, J F-Daily. I No. 40 Daily. 9 50 pm 1H? * I 05 am 150 - 43* " 0 40 f lt 10 pm 12 10 - 2 0...

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. — 1 May 1883

TUESDAY, MAY 1. The Sumter Watchman was founded tu-?S5C and the fr?? S&ic&ron in 1866- Tiie Fa/c??w? a?? Southron ?ow ba? Ufe combined circulation and influence of both of the old papers, and ia manifestly the best advertising led tam, io Snmter._ The New England Industrial Ex - bibition. The Board of Agriealtare of the State baring declined to take any steps towards providing & fand for an exhibit of South Carolina's resources at the Boston^ Exposition, aa efibrt is being pat OD foot to bring together the vari? eos Boards of Trade ia the State, with the vie* of securing the necessary weans. Gol. S. A. Pearce, President ?the Columbia Board of Trade, is at the tend cf the movement, and the probability ia that Commissioner Batter wi'l also ase bis inflaence in gathering and take control of them ipHi" We*re anxious for the success of the enterprise. We do not see why South Carolina should lag behind bereister States? and fail to show to the world that her resources are as g...

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. — 1 May 1883

TUESDAY, HAY 1. The Sumter Watchman was fouled ic 1850 and tile True Southron in 1866V The Watchman and Southron nov ba? tire eombiued circulation and influence of both of the old papers, and is manifestly the best advertising nar?iamin Sumter._ The New England Industrial Ex - hibition. The Board of Agriculture of the State having declined to take any steps towards providing'a fand for an exhibit of Sonia GaroHaaV resoorces at the Boston Exposition, an eSbrfc is being pat on foot to bring teether the vari? ons Boards of Trade ia the State, with iee view of senor i og the necessary seana. Col. S. A. Pearce, President of the Columbia. Board of Trade, is at the head of tho movement, and the probability is that Commissioner Batter wilt also ase bis infloenee in gathering exhibits, and take control of them during, tfee Exposition. We are anxious for the success of the enterprise. We do not see why South Carolina should lag behind ber sister states, mad fail to show to the world that her ...

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. — 1 May 1883

:e at Sumter, S. ?^ mSecMd Class Matter. i TOTO DATES. each of our subscribers to ex? fresa OB bis paper, and. partico the- date upon i t. This dat? time, up to which the paper bas for. Jinny of oar subscribers will that they have paid in advance; are many others, who will discover ? bave BOU 3UEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ?LT.* VQJB and Russell. Jteot-Stoie House hi ifaycsville. Hasler-Notice to Credit L. Kiaard-Clothing Emporium, ; OeterUsfant^r weeks off. ? bj'aa?mber ofjw eifere.-is. : TT? oamr-oi^yDalds min, io. Clarendon, m way after the rai? on Monday week. Mr. L. G. Pate hasbeen quite Ul for several (hat Mr. Danae is recovering [Oar tua a ia being disfigured by the etec Cttof unsightly one-room buildings on al oaVo?csy street. -Ber. ff: F. Chreitiberg bas been elected ; randWortbj'Chief Templar of toe Order of j Mr^ Ernst SnItmao is on a trip to Philaoel- j ^^iberetie expects to attend to some ' aa iii m and a' good deal of pleasure. ^Ttelfcwberry Herald aa noonee* the safe Sara to he...

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. — 1 May 1883

Blt ?^^^^^St?Jrm l^jtelfil^ M6RALSAMD PHILOSOPHY. Rev. G. (J. BROWN. Editor. ? ? gHB OU> MAN IK THE STYL g ^ r ; ?5H CHXJRCH. W?iJt wifev I*TC beet? to cburch to-day-been to? stylish one And* seem* 700 can't go from home, TU tell jo? what waa done z To? would have been surprised to see what I saw tuere to-day ; The ?sate? werefixed^ op so fine theyhardly : bowed to ?raj. ? luid cm t?test coarse clothes of mine-not >? ?aeii the worse for wear Bat fte?, they knew i wasn't one they call a swMvsoasre ? So they ftd the oi$ moe to s> seat away back 5y the door t Twas- bookless and uncashiocea*, s reserved " sea| for the poor. ?tet*y soot in came a stranger whit geW rin? astfcloikmg feie; . #Thay ?e# b?? le a cnahioned seat far fe? ad vsoceo? mine; I thongs* that wasn't exactly right, to seat y ViB spioaoAr, When ha waa yoong and I was old and very bard to bear. Bot then, there's no accoontin' for what some people do ; jgS; The ?sest c?otfciog nowadays oft gets the aw**?81*? .j Bo...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 8 May 1883

R WATCHMAN, JCstaMMied April, 1850. "Be Just and Fear aot--Let all the Ends thou Atms't at, be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's." THE TRUE SOUTHRON, Established Jane, 1866. Mated Ins. 2. 1881.1 SUMTER, S. C., TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1883. New Series-Toi. il. No. 39. p|?^Jh???tod maj ?a??ft7, - $a?:?' ?. * ' ' --?r ts* J|Sltefaiia?i and Sovthron Publishing rSUMTER, S. C. l?TIKtiaX?lHTS. ^??trS?t?c, first insertion.51 00 ?$v*Qr tgbmgiimi insertion. 50 1 Coatr&cts (br tb ree months, or longer viii %o mr?er?fednced rates. comnsnnications which subserve private JataiecU wiB be charged for as advertisements. Goitnanes and tributes of respect will be errees an<j notices of deaths pnb Jfer job work or contracts for advertising *??r^Ws*ekMOxa*d Southron, or apply at IpiSabta. N G. OSTEEN, * Bowness Manager. WIUfOiaTON,^COLUMBIA AND /AUGUSTA B. R. TRAHIS GOING SOUTH. TRAINS GOING K0RT3. No- 43, Daily. No. 47, Daily. < Tai* K?. 43 stops at all Starion?. ?ad 47 stops only st Brinkley'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. — 8 May 1883

SSa?rjnnan n? Sont??nm. TUESDAY* MAY 8. The Sumter Watchman was founded ?0 185$ ?od the True Southron in 1866\ The Watchman and Soutkr&n now ba? the combiued circulation and iafiaeuce of both of tbe old papers, and b manifestly the best advertising medium in Snniter._ English steamship owners are tak? ing steps toward raising capital to build another canal across the Isthmus ef Soe?, j Gen. Crook ra) bis command have crossed ??o Mexico in pursuit of the Apaches. . Mexican troops are coopera? ting with bia. Congressman Thompson, of Ky., has been indicted for murder in killing W. H. Daria, who debauched the wife of The Charlotte Journal ts of opinion that before the year 1900 the North will make a determined effort to get rid of negro swffrage, because it did net pan owl accosting to expectation Phil Thompson, if his wife tells the troth, killed aft innocent man. The amount of vice and wretchedness he disclosed by hm pistol shot cannot be Leland Stafford, the great Central Pacific...

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. — 8 May 1883

?-????- 1 TUESDAY, MAY 8. The Sumter Watchman was founded in 185$ ?od the True Southam in ;X866? The Watchman ami Southron now ba* the combiued circulation and Ufinence of both of the old papers, and ia manifestly the best advertising medium in Sumter._ English steamship owners are tak? ing steps toward raising capital to build another canal across the Isthmus of Gen. Crook and his command have crossed into Mexico ia pursuit of the Apaches. \ Mexican troops are coopera? ting with him. Congressman Thompson* of Ky., has hean indicted for & arder in killing W. H. Dat?, who debauched the wife of The Charlotte Journal is of opinion that before the year 1900 the North will mako a determined effort to get rid of negroswffrage, because it did not pan owl accenting to expectation. Phil Thompson, if his wife tells the troth, tilled an innocent man. The amount cf vice and wretchedness he disclosed hy his pistol shot cannot he Leland Stafford, the great Central Pacific magnate, isa! the poi...

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. — 8 May 1883

?J^rt^jR^^? Office at Sumter, S. . Second Class Matter. f KXAlCErTB YO?B PATES. feyiii^Wit ?ch of our subscribers to ex ^Slian, Ihirft^ir^irrr ea bis paper, aad partice ???^lHKrt? the date upoa: it. - Thie date ???r^lhe tinta, up ta which the paper has 'lme*peitf for. .Many of oar subscribers will ||Kjee that they have ' paid in advance ; Vettfcereare many others who will discover ?Jk-KWT ADVBBTISB?Lr?TS. V" r ^8?s^Ba|?y--F. J. ?'Coouo?. f^arf ?liHeiktG^ Iroa Works, Charles ., '-"fha ?ef?graps ?n? is nearly completed be ?Iweao Sumter ?ad Manning. ? ^Tl?f?Bwm^ Authorities have lately done ? ?MP?good work in putt) ag the streets and s-- ;ditebejLin wier, as? still the good work goes ? Ta?r>ief?f ?olice has the Town cart at *. week ?e-day Spatting Monamenta? Square Taayteytit/ gyc?jrhoat the County will ?g ta**ifa^?Ttb? i?tertisemeat of Captain D?gar, County; Auditor. - 9dwajy wa rather slimly attended : bat TTC think the Sheriff and .Vaster weat through their programme There was li...

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. — 8 May 1883

MORALS AND PHILOSOPHY. Ber. C C. BROWN. Editor. . . ... POSSESSIONS. ST W. W HOLLOWAY JR. We never CM entirely lose Waat we here once bed grace to ese Or what ere e'er bare held as all bar ova. lew ms ia beaten shines sparkling bright, ?md tatt it dimmed by shades of nigh' : B?t all t?? world ia richer tbat it shone. Thc sowers wave their sweet nerf?me, AM al! tpo toon they drop their bloom : Bat life is happier that they once bare grown. Witt? pleasant dreams we laugh in sleep, Then wake to toil, perchance to weep, Bat dreams will cheer though they hare town. - Tat friends whose pretence was so sweet, Depart ia death-BO more we meet : Tis rot as if their lore bad been unknown. Think this ?ben thoo dost monro tb j loss, The wares of lime m ay surge and toss, Bot they caa ner?r wrest from thee thine The Light on Little Graves. It is very hard to become reconciled to the death of little children eren if they are .ott your own. It seems so mach like the crashing and withering af bods o...

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. — 8 May 1883

rom mmmr MORALS AND PHILOSOPHY. Kev. a C. BROWN, Editor. V. : POSSESSIONS. ST W. W. HOLLOWAY JR. Wt new CM entirety los? What wehave oece had grate to ase Or wbftTvtVer fore betd as all oar own. The ta? io. beeres shines sparkling bright, 'And theo is dimmed by shades of nigh': Bat eli the world ? richer that it shone. Tb? towera ?tve their sweet perfume, Aaft ?8 too seo? they drop their bloom : Sss lil? is happier that they once hare grow?. WUk pleasant dreams we laugh in sleep, Thea wake to ton, perchance to weep, But dressa? will cheer though they bare Sown. The frieocs whose presence was so sweet, Depart ia death-so more we meet : Tis sot sa if their tare bad been unknown. Think this when thou dost mooro thy loss, Th? wares of t ime may sarge and toss, Bett they CSA never wrest from thee thine ow?! The Light on Little Graves. It ts very bard to become reconciled to thc death of little children eren if they aro not jour own. It seems so ajajch like the erssbiog and withering of b...

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. — 15 May 1883

WATCHMAN, strtahUebod April, 1850. Atar. 2: 1881.1 "Be Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thon Aims't at, be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's.' THE TRUE SOUTHRON, Established ?une, 1866. SUMTER, S. C., TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1883. New Series-Yoi. IL No. 40. |^?l^>?mT XttUdfty, '^?^jim\ }w??. Sottkro* Publishing :^5?IB^ S. C. ||?K? 'L>?9?f MIT*. [joijojfw**nfl9ss?te*A i nsertion. ?........ so ^ aS^^SSSy8 "j*****' <wr longer wfll BSjfa ?ami?i1 aurions which ?observe private $Amfe?wttft?cfeu??i for as advertisements, ^^k^nsi?l aa* tribute? of respect will be ^tS^^m?m ?ad notice? of deaths pnb> jg^^^'^ora: or,contracts for advertising ^^^^^?^^^oe<18 Manager ^ 8CMK1MJUB. ^.'l^^n?LWS OOINO SOUTH. ?BSE^ 7 I No. 43, t No. ? ^^^^^jrP^nan*wa?j? 0 40 ** ?im ?glt^^?%*SS OGINO- NORTH. ' .- ll?5pm U0>o r^^^^^??/^*?top? on IT at Brinkley's, i ~3^?fim$Jtm Ut Colombia and ?U points OD ".^*^JL,3t-r Cti A. R. R. Stators, ^lljjijhint fl i ?, aad all points beyond. ?boa!d P^KngOPpnaaB f...

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. — 15 May 1883

?e Sumter Wmickman waa founded 1$50 tad' the frm Southron tn Tho Watchman avd Sontkrm bat the combined, circulation- and both of the old. papers, and ia wjenifestly tba best advertising a*dfom.,ra Sumter. _^ The : ?tewrgetown Enquirer regards tba proposed railroad from M oust Plea nan* te little Rjver, Nv C., ss a vision -ary ?cheme, which will never be carried ?*. r/^?";^- ;- ' - ?railroad rumor is that the is to be extendedto ^SR^gft^t5 toronga ? ^?Jebd?d section of coon try ap d is ttke ' ly to I? hoik. . Crowoor Thompson bas appointed if Manning, to be County, atice to qualify. Agister says that the Vibe AgricoUn Memphis tamed Most of the eggs way, and the yoeng'Worms were of course smothered to d?ntn before&ey reached Cfo?outbia. TfcV second trial" of tbe ease of Mal? ky, of Edgefield, against tbe New York wald for damages for charging bim with incendiarism revolted in a verdict ** th* pfciuiiff in $2,500. On the first trial ti?? jory fixed damages at $20, .00. . - > Tke...

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. — 15 May 1883

MAY ?. _ J^t O?ce at Sumter, S. *C?ctS9 Matter. YOTBDATBS'. ?^o ' ' ' , > ;eaeh of our} subscribers fo ?x Ji ig paper, and partica e upon, it. thU ?ate taws up to which tbe paper , bas Baa; of oar subscribers will they, have paid in advance j NJfra many others who will discover* ADVEBTISE?tENTS. mK<??mmv<Kottcm Karalee of. Mrs. .Vannie pHtMud J?? M. Epperson. Ijp^^^gyr. Haje?, Dec'd^otice of H^?i?(.l^^?bt9 A. Co??r-Notice of jRjfSj?j^ bas- for some Kp^j?t jffi j^Mi?. fft1" ^"i11'111 Tbeo Bji^^3<^Mry *t Louisville, Ky., has been B???W^4^s^ltorate- of a church at Middle Ptruj.?^ysmt wa* ordained on last Sunday, ||?'J^?^?^'oiA* web kaowo tobac liuillOf Fojl^^^-. Charleston, wa3 io Ptew* Sii*r4?| ?ad yesterday, and told lots np^jf?&& Zerao w, one of the recent gradn Mjfe^^TfeoWic^ Seminary, at Colum Bgoi? tpwa for several dnys oast. K|tem$]BSOe:enter upon bia ministerial work. ^Boltnma bas rc tn med borne from Bpffilfj. ftrXljirMfci ?i i II. We regret to learn BSi^ti...

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. — 15 May 1883

ttUSiOH, OT8ALS AND PHIL9S0PHV. Be*. a & BROWN. Editor. XittTil?Qg aas Something. Tl? tna? abe Ses a little boase ; A soft warm skin has clothed toe noose; The rp&wew she bas feathers light ; Ti?? botts**? bas wings so bright ; Tb? ?gie ha? piabas strong ; Tb? fish has fina to swim along : The Kitti? plant bas flowers so fair ; Tb? ferner itselTbas peria me rare. AB* tel} ?e, efcild, what jon possess ? ..Sheas navel, and a nice wann dress ; Fa&wao? ?etber, and life and lore : Aaa all wet* gira by God aboye." Etiquette. < J Mr. Emerson intim?tes io one of bb asea vs, that the most conspirions faet ' ito att?er* history is the ?creation of t?? geartlema?. ?Chivalry is that/ be ttys; ?and loyalty is that, and tn English literature half the drama ./ awi ail the Botels? from Sir Philip to Sir Walter Soots? paint this figure. The word gentleman, which, like (he word Christian, mest hereafter char* fg aeterise tho present ead the . few pre ecedieg centuries, by the importanc...

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. — 22 May 1883

WATCHMAN, Established April, 1850. "Be Just and Fear not-Let ali the Ends thou Aims't at, be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's. THE TRUE SOUTHRON, Established June, 1866. ??Bso?idated Aug. 2, ISSI.] SUMTER, S. C., TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1883. New Series-Vol. II. No. 41. ^tiMteki? ?wry Tuesday, k$Mo? ?M* Southron PvMishinc Company, SUMTER, S. C. De?trsper annum-ia adranee. ASTllTISaXIXTI. -$1 oe ; insertion.~. 5C JSfcttaee moa As, or longer wit t a? reduced estes. which snbserve privat? " for as advertisements, of respect will tx and notices of deaths pcb i'sork or contracts for advertising " Southron, or apply ai N. G. OSTEEN, Bowness Manager. WTJJKK<m>N, COLUMBIA AND L ; AUGUSTA R. B. SCHEDULE. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. . 5, 1882 i Ko. 43, i I Dattr. j No. 40 Baily. TRUSS GOING NORTH. No. 43, Ba?y. No. 47, Daily. at ?Et Station*. 47 stops only at Brinkley's, Fwmiiiglon/ Fair Bluff, Marios, ?tts? So m ter, Camden Jane fmnjui for Colombia and* al? points on "?T?- 'O. HuCtaA. R. R. Stat...

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. — 22 May 1883

yu TUESDAY, MAY 22. The Sumter Watchman was founded ia 1850 and the True Southron in 1866. The Watchman and Southron now Jaas tie cotabined emulation and influence of beth of the old papers, and is manifestly the best advertising medium in Sumter.._ The cotton crop so far io. sight is $6,747,469 bales. Mr. Goblat. cf Moa ot Pleasant, bas the largest asparagus farm io the world", perhaps, ft is situated sear the village and contains 2&0 acres. ^TjwbTe tornadoes swept through Illinois, Wisconsin and' Minnesota last week. Villages were wreckedy farms destroyed and many person wese killed and wounded. ? cyclone strtiik the ciej of Racine, WiM-TVctbck Friday evening, deutor isbing about one honored and fifty booses aftd barns, kill*?g twenty per? sons and io j aring one band red others. The cyclones this year have taken a very wide sweep. "From Mississippi to Nebraska they have - done very great domage and many hundreds el people bsve been killed. $rtgham Young's grave is utterly neg...

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